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The Tower.
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Procession of Wingfield & St.George (heraldsí) Banners.
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Lee Preston (WFS President & Lord of the Manor of Wingfield, 2003) & Henry Paston-Bedingfield, York Herald, in 1999.
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Alfred Pryse-Hawkins (since deceased) & the John Wingfield, York Herald Banner
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6. LONDON, St. Beneítís Paulís Wharf. Here in the St. Benedictís church (just south of St. Paulís Cathedral) here prior to the Great Fire of 1666, built in 1111, Thomas Wingfield, a son of John Wingfield, York Herald, was christened on March 29, 1664. (Bishop Benedict aka Benet of Northumbria, England, visited Rome several times, lived c. 628-c.690). Thomas Wingfield was later (1680) described as ďof York River, VirginiaĒ. Wrenís post-Fire church was built in the 1670s. It is now the College of Arms church and that of the Welsh community in London.  In 1988 by the Wingfield Family Society presented a banner here in memory of John Wingfield, York Herald 1663-74.