Eldest son, named as a beneficiary in the Will of his maternal granduncle Griffith Evans of Cwmyrafon, Esq. (written 1789).
In 1802 Robert Wynne was a witness at the marriage of his brother John Evans Wynn to Lowry Williams.
In 1814 Robert Wynne was a witness at the marriage of his brother Humphrey Evans to Lowry Evans.
Named as a beneficiary in his father's Will (1829)
In 1841 Robert Wynne, aged about 60, farmer, and wife Anne, aged about 60, were living in Cefn Cymera, Llanbedr, Merioneth. Present were children: Jane (25), Grace (20), Catherine (15)
Robert Wynne of Cefn cymmerau died aged 73 years (burial record).
Abstract of the Will of Robert Wynne of Cefn Cymera in the Parish of Llanbedr in the County of Merioneth, Gentleman, written 8 Jan 1851, inventory taken 20 Jun 1851, proved 3 Jul 1852, probate granted 30 Jul 1852.
Gives and bequeaths to his wife Anne Wynne all his farming stock, quick and dead horses, horned-cattle, sheep, swine, poultry, implements of husbandry, house-furniture, money or security for money and all his personal property for her sole use and benefit during the term of her natural life.
After his wife's decease, he gives and bequeaths the same to his daughters Jane Wynne, Grace Wynne, and Catherine Wynne, in equal share.
Constitutes, nominates and appoints his said wife Anne Wynne sole executrix of his last will and testament, during the term of her natural life, after which he nominates & appoints his abovenamed daughters co-executrices of the same.
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