Evelyn De Winn

Known Year(s):Mid-1600s
Place of Origin:Chapelvale
Appears in:Mnetioned in: Castaways of the Flying Dutchman

Evelyn De Winn was a resident of Chapelvale and the wife of Edmond De Winn, and mother of seven children. The children include one son Charles, named for the current monarch, and six daughters, four of which were named Eleanor, Winefride, Charity, and Gwendoline.

Evelyn's maiden name was Crowley. She was known to have been very handy in terms of needlework, and assisted her husband in hiding the family treasure, which consisted of the De Winn deeds to the village, an armpiece from a suit of armor, candlesticks, an altar chalice, and a cross, all having been classified as 10th century Byzantine.

Later descendants of Evelyn include Captain Rodney Winn and Jim Winn.

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