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Alan de Wyntoun MP (1275 - d.)

The Scottish Wyntoun's/Winton's derive their name from the lands of Wyntoun/Winton in Pencaitland, the Parish of East Lothian. Early examples of the name recording include Alan de Wyntoun of Soltre, ...

Alan de Wyntoun of Seton MP (1291 - 1347)

Alan de Wyntoun of Seton Birth: 1291 Winton, East Lothian, Scotland Death: 1347 (56) the Holy Land Parents: Alan Winton & Margaret Murray Married: Margaret de Seton, heiress of Seton Childr...

de Wyntoun (WINTON) (deceased)

Alan de Wyntoun, of Soltre (deceased)

Source= The Scottish Wintons derive their name from the lands of Winton in the parish of Pencaitland, East Lothian. Early examples of the name recording include Alan de Wintoun of Soltre, Scotland in...

Alan de Wyntoun (deceased)

The Scottish Wintons derive their name from the lands of Winton in the parish of Pencaitland, East Lothian. Early examples of the name recording include Alan de Wintoun of Soltre, Scotland in 1214, O...

Andrew Winton (de Wyntoun) (c.1350 - 1423)

One of Scotlands 1st famous writers and historian's Source= Page-245 In the next century, standing by the old cross, Winton, the famous " cronikler," may have enriched his knowledge of his chosen sub...

Henry de Wyntoun (Winton) (c.1359 - d.)

Henry de Wincester Henry De Wyntoun, of Wrychhouses (Wrighthouses) - Kept his fathers Surname of WINTON *NOTE* Later Chronicler of Scotland..... Andrew Wyntoun possibly Henry's Grandson! Information ...

Jean de Wyntoun of Seton (Halyburton) (deceased)

Alan de Winton assumed his wife's name, and died in the Holy Land, leaving besides a daughter Christian de Seton who became Countess of Dunbar and March, three sons: 1st Sir William Seton, his succ...

Unknown de Wyntoun (deceased)

Unknown de Wyntoun (deceased)