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Re: Henry Austin Pineo - 1850 Boston, MA Census
Posted by: Richard Souther (ID *****6089) Date: June 03, 2005 at 10:01:50
In Reply to: Re: Henry Austin Pineo - 1850 Boston, MA Census by Andrew Pineo of 445

Andrew,

Thank you for the confirmation on Olive.

I noticed you called Henry Austin Pineo - "Austin Perigreen Pineo". I've always heard that name also, but where did it originate, do you know? Was one used in Nova Scotia and the other in the U.S.?

Do you know what the middle initial "I" stands for Olive's name?

The four children I have listed for the Henry Austin Pineo and Jemima Porter marriage are:

George J. Pineo, b. 1832, Boston, Massachusetts
a child Pineo, b. circa 1840 probably Boston
Susan Elizabeth Pineo, b. 22 Feb 1842, Boston
Abby LaHavre Pineo, b. 16 Jul 1844, Boston

The child may have died you - I find no further info.

I will send you an e-mail with the census image for you to look at to confirm that you agree that it is an "I" and not some other letter.

Richard
rsouther@aloha.com


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