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Re: Pynes based in Cork, Ireland
Posted by: jeremy pyne (ID *****3090) Date: August 24, 2004 at 12:19:21
In Reply to: Pynes based in Cork, Ireland by Rodney Pyne of 324

You will probably be familiar with the family based in Ballyvolane. Any idea of the parentage of Sir Richard Pyne,(Lord Chief Justice) baptised I think around 1664? I've seen somewhere that he used the arms of the Devon (Upton Pyne ) family and it would be good to link these two strings up. I guess you might have other descendants of this group.
Also any further info on Henry Pyne of Mogelly would be good, trading in the late 16th century, believe he was born in England. I have a later reference to a Nicholas Pyne of Mogelly, bc1677, father of a Richard b1709.


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