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Re: Lynams, 1830's, Iowa
Posted by: Pat Lynam Date: March 29, 1999 at 06:03:51
In Reply to: Lynams, 1830's, Iowa by Neil Willer of 386

The name Lynam comes from the Gaelic translation Leinster man.I my self live in a small village in Co Laois,Ireland.And in the past had relations travel to America.If I can help in any enquiries email me at
PatLynam@hotmail.com


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