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Re: Pyne's of County Cork
Posted by: David Williams (ID *****1045) Date: December 01, 2005 at 09:18:46
In Reply to: Re: Pyne's of County Cork by Ann of 324

Hi Ann

The William Pyne you refer to I think is the brother of my wife's great grandfather James Pyne from Baltydaniel, Doneraile, County Cork, Ireland. Wiliam's grave in Milford says he died in 1869 at the age of 45 which would put his birth at 1824 the date the parish priest in Doneraile gave me as our James' brother William's birth date.William's wife's name was Margaret Neagle. The children's names on his grave stone are Honorah, James D., Virginia, Mary, and Ellen. We are talking about the same William!

Joe Pyne of Hopkinton is researching your Pyne's. I refer to those Pynes as the Hopkinton Pynes and my wife's as the Milford Pyne's. Joe's e-mail address is JPyne2280@aol.com.

Ann we are talking about the same Pyne clan. Where are you and your neice located? Joe lives in Hopkinton and I live in Southborough the next town to Hopkinton. Some one has done some research as shown by the dates you gave to me.

We need to talk more about these Pyne's.

Dave Williams
Southborough, MA


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