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Re: Pyne origin
Posted by: Brian Walsh Date: February 21, 2002 at 15:26:51
In Reply to: Pyne origin by Katy O'Grady-Pyne of 324

Pyne was an influential name in the county of Devon, England. The Pynes were among those who were Protestant settlers who were granted lands previously owned by Catholic Irish several centuries ago...Dublin and Co. Cork being areas which they settled.


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