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Re: Pyne's in Co. Cork
Posted by: Bill Pine Date: January 06, 2000 at 20:54:39
In Reply to: Pyne's in Co. Cork by Brian Walsh of 324

The copy of the Irish Genealogist has 45 pages and covers the period from the 16th. century with the arrival of Henry Pyne who it was thought to have immigrated from Devon, to the 19th. century. It covers the Pyne's of Mogeely and Ballyneglass (Waterpark). The actual title is, "The Pynes of Cork" by H.F. Morris. I know of one Pyne in America that was able to make a connection back to Ireland due to this article. It cost about $20. to get a copy from the New England Historical Society but it was well worth it.


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