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Re: Origins of "Fennessey" & it's varied spellings
Posted by: Robert Burditt (ID *****7999) Date: April 28, 2007 at 11:39:27
In Reply to: Re: Origins of "Fennessey" & it's varied spellings by Ed Pyeatt of 107

Ed, my wife is the granddaughter of Mollie Phinazee of Monroe County, Georgia, also a descendant of John Phinazee. Do you have documentation that John came with his father? (I had input from somewhere that he came alone.) Do you have a ship identification? Do you have confirmation that he actually came from Cork, as contrasted to taking ship in Cork?

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