The surname of Frances, wife of Peter Wynne, has not been documented.The only references that I have for Peter Wynne are as follows:
NOTES FOR CAPT. PETER WYNNE:
March 11, 1727PETER WYNNE of Pr. Geo. Co. to Joshua Woodleif of same, 342 acres in Pr. Geo., on both sides on Nummisseen Rd. between Nicholas Overby and Buller Herbert.
Wit:Duglas IrbySigned:Peter Wynne
Francis EpesFrances Wynne
Recorded March 12, 1727
In 1715 Peter served as administrator of the estate of his father in Prince George Co. In Oct. 1716 he is shown on a deed for 355 acres on the Butterwood Swamp. There is a deed Mar. 1727 from Peter WYNNE and Frances his wife of Prince George Co. In 1731 Peter Wynne was granted 1000 acres on the north side of Butterwood Creek in Prince George Co., and in 1732 he assigned 100 acres of same to Henry [BO:WYATT:BO]. In 1736 he transfers another 150 acres on the north side of Butterwood Swamp.There is an indication in a sale of a slave devised to Mary Wynne from Edward HILL that perhaps Peter's first wife, and mother of Mary, was a daughter of this Edward Hill.When Peter died in 1738, Francis Eppes and William Start were appointed to settle his estate.(Gene Rooks)
Misc. recordings in my files
Prince George Co. Feb. 13, 1727 Henry WYATT and wife Mary made deed to John Carter of Charles City Co. for a slave left to Mary by Col. Edward HILL who d. 1722, deed wit. by Wm. Batte and Joshua Woodlief.(Mary is daughter of Peter WYNNE).
1731 - Peter WYNNE was granted 1000 acres on n. side of Butterwood Creek in Prince George Co.In 1732 he assigned 100 acres of this land to Henry WYATT(Source - Boddie)
Various deeds indicate Edward Hill, Henry Wyatt, Cocke, and Carter families were close line sharing neighbors.
p. 54Weisiger - Charles City Co. 1722 Accounts Current of Col. Edward Hill, dec'd.Credits:Mr. Archibald Blair, William Byrd, Esq., Mr. Hall.Legacy to Mrs. Anderson and her daugher Stith, Mrs. Anderson's three youngest daughters, Mrs. Susanna Hunt, Susanna Epes, Mr. John Giffard, Executors of Charles Goodrich, Mr. Lyonal Loyde of Bristol, Wm. Randolph, Mr. Cary, Col. John Carter for Thomas Bates's 2nd year wages, Capt. Hudson, Maj. John Bolling, Estate of Maj. John Epes, Capt. John Stith, Mr. William Royall, Mrs. Frances Anderson, John Peterson, Mrs. Greenhill.
Debits:William Randolph, Estate of Maj. John Epes, Mr. John Stituh, Mrs. Anderson, Littlebury Epes.
Examined and reported by Fran's Hardyman, Bowler Cocke, and John Bannister 29 Nov. 1725, Recorded 1 Dec. 1725.
(My note, I believe you will find the Mrs. Frances Anderson referred to above is the widow ofCharles Anderson, but none of the daughters were a Mary.It is interesting that Peter Wynne witnessed some of his estate papers)