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I'd appreciate being able to get the information you have regarding Long Island Pines that fought in the Revolution and more about the Devonshire group and land charter. I have traced my part of the family tree back to England through that James Pine that first landed in Conn. before moving to Long Island. I wonder about the name Joshua as there are subsequent Joshuas in succeeding generations. The 1684 Will of that James Pine Sr. still exists. There is mention of acreage at Reynerneck, Newfield, Haybridge, and Rockaway. Children mentioned in the will were John, James, Nathaniel, Johathan, Samuel, William, Benjamin, Lea, Agnes, Sarah, and Susan (with a notation from a 20th c. transcriber that ther was no mention of two children born in England named Edward and Elizabeth). Any more background I can find would help. Please get in touch with me at my home via firstname.lastname@example.org.