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History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois

History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois

Source : Internet Archive

History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois

History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois

Source : Internet Archive

Results : HYNES


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time of its formation, Rev. Thomas W. Hynes, in his address, July 4, 1876, says :


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Educational Department" was conducted by Thomas W. Hynes, who still continues a warm friend and occasional contributor to the Advocatt


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Mr. Mace sold out to Samuel B. Hynes. under whose proprietorship, his father.


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From Mr. Hynes the Advocate was purchased by George M. Tatham, the present proprietor and editor.


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power to overcome. The Rev. Thomas W. Hynes, in a historical address on Bond County, delivered July 4, , says


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Hynes, Thomas W., Presbyterian minister, Old Ripley, and Superintendent of Public Instruction.


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Thomas W. Hynes were the stated supply ,


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regular pastor was the Rev. Thomas W. Hynes. He served two months, from June to August, 1838, and was succeeded


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& Wafer, John Reid, Samuel B. Hynes, E.


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shop, led by the Rev. Thomas Hynes. H, G. Jandt kept the first post office in the rear end of


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and nine having been dismissed. Mr. Hynes' name appears upon the records as Moderator of sessions up to August 3,


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Cameron Allen and Rev. Thomas H. Hynes, who preached at stated intervals till the year


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1815, was the son of William R. and Barbara (Chenault) Hynes. William R. was born in Washington County Md. ,


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Charles and Walter Mr. Hynes was County Superintendent of Schools in Bond County for nearly twenty years. He


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REV. THOMAS W. HYNES, farmer and preacher, Old Ripley, was born at Bardstown, Nelson Co., Ky.,