- 1983, Frederick George Emmison, Elizabethan Wills of South-West Essex, page 24,
- To Agnes Fullam my daughter-in-law 1 calf or wennel to be weaned and brought up at Easter next come 12 months until it be profitable and then to have it to her own use.
- 2010, J. A. Noble, The Lime Walk: A Story of Norfolk Family Life in the Regency Era, page 147,
- His white-locked head shaking from side to side, the man was moaning: “They ploughed up the common and me wennel Bu′′ercup died. An so me chile died and then me ′ooman died. They all on ′em died cos they ploughed up the common... ”