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History of Cass County Indiana : From its earliest settlement to the present time : with biographical sketches and reference to biographies previously compiled (Volume 2)

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History of Cass County Indiana : From its earliest settlement to the present time : with biographical sketches and reference to biographies previously compiled (Volume 2)

History of Cass County Indiana : From its earliest settlement to the present time : with biographical sketches and reference to biographies previously compiled (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

History of Cass County Indiana : From its earliest settlement to the present time : with biographical sketches and reference to biographies previously compiled (Volume 2)

History of Cass County Indiana : From its earliest settlement to the present time : with biographical sketches and reference to biographies previously compiled (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

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and is a son of John and Nancy (Coble ) Hynes.


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Mr. and Mrs. Hynes and their children are members of the Christian church at Pleasant Hill, where


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in section 11, Clinton township. Mr. Hynes was born on the farm which he now occupies, August 18, 1849, and


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John Hynes. The pioneers of Cass county have done their work, and the result of


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Mr. Hynes has devoted his entire life to agricultural pursuits, and at this time is


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in Clinton township, daughter of William and Ella (Hynes) Tyner. Two sons have been born to this union: William Abraham,