FAMILY GROUP RECORD OF
JOHN WYNNIATT AND
ELIZABETH NELDER



John Wynniatt was christened 3 August 1730 in Longborough, Gloucestershire, the son of Thomas Winnet and Anne Harris. John married first, Anne Robbinson 21 July 1755 in Bloxham, Oxfordshire, a parish about twenty miles from Longborough. Anne must have been under the age of 21, as the marriage record specifies that they marry "with consent of parents", which was required of couples under the age of 21.


John Winnet marriage

Marriage record for John Winnett and Anne Robbinson in Bloxham.


John and Anne had no children baptized in Bloxham. Anne must have died, and John married again. He married Elizabeth Cakebread, a widow, 12 March 1785 in Bloxham. John was shown as a widower at the marriage.


John Winnet marriage

Marriage record for John Winnett and Elizabeth Cakebread in Bloxham:
"John Winnett of this parish, widower and Elizabeth Cakebread of this parish were married in this church by banns
this 12th day of March in the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty five"


Elizabeth was born Elizabeth Nelder. She married Robert Cakebread 12 October 1775 in Bloxham.


Elizabeth Nelder marriage

Marriage record of Elizabeth Nelder and Robert Cakebread in Bloxham



John died and was buried 21 July 1789 in Bloxham.

John Winnett burial

Burial record for John Winnet in Bloxham:
"21.  John Winniate"


Elizabeth died and was buried 23 February 1795 in Bloxham.


Elizabeth Winnet burial

Burial register for Elizabeth Winnett in Bloxham:
"23. Elizabeth Winniatt, widow"



John and Elizabeth had the following children:


*1. Anne, christened 3 July 1785 in Bloxham; married William Hunt 27 August 1804 in Bloxham; buried 30 December 1846 in Cropredy.

Anne Winnet baptism

  Baptism record for Anne Winnet in Bloxham: "July 3 Anne dr. of John & Elizabeth Wynniatt"


2. Thomas, christened 31 December 1786 in Bloxham; married Jane Williams 1809 in Salford, Oxfordshire.


3. Maria, christened 28 June 1789 in Bloxham; buried 28 May 1790 in Bloxham.



SOURCES: Bloxham parish register; www.ancestry.co.uk.



FAMILY GROUP RECORD OF
THOMAS WINNET AND
ANNE HARRIS



Thomas Winnet was born in about 1700 of Snowshill, Gloucestershire. He married Anne Harris 6 November 1729 in Stow on the Wold. Both were listed as being "of Donington". Donnington is a hamlet in the parish of Stow on the Wold.


Thomas Winnet marriage

Marriage record of Thomas Winnet and Anne Harris in Stow on the Wold:
"Nov. 6th Thomas Winnet and Anne Harris both of Donington"



Thomas and Anne had the following children:


*1. John, christened 3 August 1730 in Longborough; married 1) Anne Robbinson 21 July 1755 in Bloxham, 2) Anne Nelder 12 March 1785 in Bloxham; buried 21 July 1789 in Bloxham.

John Winnet baptism

Baptism record for John Winnet in Longboroush: "John ye son of Thomas Winnet was baptised Aug 3 1730"


2. Elizabeth, christened 24 December 1732 in Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire.



3. Susanna, christened 23 May 1734 in Stow on the Wold.




SOURCES: Longborough parish register; Stow on the Wold parish register; Bloxham parish register; www.ancestry.co.uk.



FAMILY RECORD OF
JOHN WINNIATT AND
SUSANNA PAYNE



There are no earlier Winnetts in Stow on the Wold, but there are records for a Winniatt family in Snowshill, a parish about six miles away. There is no christening record for Thomas, but a gap about the time of his birth. This may be Thomas' family.

Winniatt is an unusual name. A Winniatt research explains: "This family appears in records from the earliest times in and around the villages of Dymock and Kempley. The Military Survey of Gloucestershire of 1522 mentions several examples, mostly spelt Wynnyet. The earliest mention in the parish registers is of a Thomas Wynnyett in 1538. The name is spelt in various forms: Wynniatt, Wynyat, Wynett, Wynyeyt, Wynniett, Wynneat, Winniet and Winett. However, by the 1700s the name is almost always spelt Winniatt. The name also appears in Woolhope, Herefordshire a few miles away. Wenman Wynniatt was Lord of the Manor of Dymock around 1650 and was granted land in Stanton by John Izod. This began the connection of the Wynniatt family with the Cotswold parishes of Stanton, Stanway and Snowshill. Two Reginald Wynniatts (father and son) were vicars and significant property owners in the area between 1771 and 1838. The earliest mention of the name in the Snowshill registers is the marriage of John Winniat and Susanna Payne in 1691." (http://www.winnettorigins.com/introduction)


John Winniatt was born in about 1670 of Snowshill, Gloucestershire. He married Susanna Payne 28 December 1691 in Snowshill. Susanna was christened 29 June 1664 in Snowshill, the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Payne.

John Winniatt marriage

Marriage record for John Winniat and Susanna Payne in Snowshill:
"Johannes Winniat, et Susanna Payne nupts - xxviij"


John died and was buried 20 January 1720 in Snowshill.


John Winniat burial

Burial record for John Winniat in Snowshill:
"Jan. Johannes Winiat sepultus - xx"

Susanna died and was buried 28 December 1732 in Snowshill.


Susanna Winniat burial

Burial record for Susanna Winniat in Snowshill:
"Decemb. Susannah Winniat vidua sepulta - xxviij"



John and Susanna had the following children:


1. John, christened 21 October 1694 in Snowshill.


2. John, christened 26 December 1696 in Snowshill.


3. William, christened 9 June 1701 in Snowshill; married 1) Ester, then 2)  Ann.


*4. Thomas, born in about 1703; married Anne Harris 6 November 1729 in Stow on the Wold.


5. Elizabeth, christened 2 March 1707 in Snowshill.



SOURCES: Snowshill parish register; Stow on the Wold parish register; www.ancestry.co.uk.