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Re: Pynes' in Ireland
Posted by: Frederick W. Pyne Date: July 06, 2000 at 21:52:19
In Reply to: Re: Pynes' in Ireland by edith (pyne)dischinger of 324


The most definitve work on the Pyne's in Ireland is probably the work of Dr. Henry F. Morris. he wrote a series of Aretilces for "The Irish Genealogist". Try the 1986-1987 isssues of this wonderful resource. It can be found in many good genealogical Libraries.
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