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Re: John Maginn County Tyrone b. 1814
Posted by: Jack Mc Monagle Date: February 16, 2002 at 06:40:10
In Reply to: Re: John Maginn County Tyrone b. 1814 by Jennie B of 50

Jennie: Go to the website---Maginn Family Toledo, Ohio---Click on and scroll a long way to Maginns. I too am searching the name. A John Sr. and Jr. married into my family circa: 1860-1870. But there is no trace of them any more in Ohio. It's like they vanished completely. Maginn is a phoenetic spelling of McGinn and if they used their original spelling, you now have a needle in a hay stack. E mail me if any of those names strike a chord. Jack Mc Monagle

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