From A Biographical History of Central Kansas, Vol. II, p. 1177
published by The Lewis Publishing Co, Chicago & New York, 1902


   C D Wynn is the owner of a desirable farm in Victoria township, Rice county, the greater part of which is comprised in arable fields, which yield to the owner a golden tribute in return for the care which he bestows upon them.  He was born in Northumberland county, Pennsylvania, in 1856, a son of Albert Wynn, whose life record will be found on another page of this volume.  Our subject accompanied his parents on their removal to Peoria, Illinois, where he was reared to manhood and received his education.  Being of a mechanical turn of mind he worked at different occupations in Peoria for some time.  In 1873 he came to Rice county, Kansas, where he has since made his home, and he is now the owner of a farm of two hundred and twenty acres on section 32, Victoria township, where he is extensively engaged in agricultural pursuits.  His place is improved with all modern equipments, including a good residence, a large barn, windmills, feedlots, and many other improvements.  His is one of the model farms of the township.  In addition to the cultivation of the cereals best adapted to this soil and climate he is also engaged in the raising of horses, cattle and hogs, and in both branches of his business is meeting with well deserved success.

   In the year 1883 Mr Wynn was united in marriage with Miss Ella F Sapp, a lady of intelligence, culture and refinement.  She was born in Peoria, Illinois, where she was also reared and received her education.  She is a daughter of Edgar Sapp, a well known citizen of Lyons.  He is the father of two children, and the son, Oliver Sapp, is a prominent farmer of Rice county.  The union of our subject and his wife has been blessed with three children:  Pearl A, Laura A, and Charles Leslie.  Mr Wynn affiliates with the Republican party, and in his social relations is connected with the Modern Woodmen of the World.  Mrs Wynn is a member of the Congregational church.  Mr Wynn has the respect of all with whom he comes in contact, and his friends are many, for his life has ever been honorable and upright, true to every manly principle.