Wintle, Thomas a learned English divine, was born at Gloucester, April 28, 1737; received the rudiments of learning in his native city; became scholar, fellow, and tutor of Pembroke College, Oxford, where he graduated M.A. in 1759; was appointed rector of Wittrisham, in Kent, and domestic chaplain to archbishop Seeker in 1767, obtained the living of St. Peter's in Wallingford; became rector of Brightwell, in Berkshire, in 1774, where he remained until his death, July 29, 1814. He published, Daniel, an Improved Version Attempted, etc. (1792): — The Expediency, Prediction, and Accomplishment of the Christian Redemption, Illustrated in Eight Sermons (Bampton lecture, Oxford, 1794): — Letter to the Lord Bishop of Worcester. — Dissertation on the Vision Contained in the Second Chapter of Zechariah (1797):Christian Ethics, or Discourses on the Beatitudes, etc. (1812).