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Sir Watkin Williams Wynns Hunt









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About This Hunt

Hunt Country The country lies in Denbigh and Flint (Clwyd), Cheshire and Shropshire, and occupies a large area west of the Cheshire and North Shropshire, which adjoins it respectively on the north east and south east. Best centre: Malpas. Other adjoining Hunts are the South Shropshire and Tanatside to the south; the Nantcol Valley to the south west; and the Flint and Denbigh to the north.

Hunt History The first Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn was killed when out hunting in 1749, but there exists no information concerning a family pack at this time. In 1788 the then baronet established at Wynnstay a pack which was broken up after a time; it was re-established in 1793. These packs hunted hare and occasionally fox. The existing pack was started in the year 1843. See History of Foxhounds in the Wynnstay Country, by T.H.G. Puleston, privately printed.

Secretary: Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Anson



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Clwyd /
Denbighshire /
Gwynedd /
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