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A modern history of New Haven and eastern New Haven County

A modern history of New Haven and eastern New Haven County

Source : Internet Archive

A modern history of New Haven and eastern New Haven County

A modern history of New Haven and eastern New Haven County

Source : Internet Archive

Results : HYNES


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of Massachusetts, a son of John Hynes. The founder of tlie American branch of tlie family was of Irish birth


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part of the seventeenth century. Mathew H. Hynes has devoted his life to the banking business and is still a


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H. HYNES, M. D. Dr. Frederic H. Hynes, who is engaged in the practice of medicine and surgery in New


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of English descent. Mr. and Mrs. Hynes became the parents of three children: Frederic H., Mabel F., and Madeline.


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Comstock was married to Miss Marian E. Hynes, a native of Boston and a daughter of Louis Hynes, now deceased.


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Boston and a daughter of Louis Hynes, now deceased.


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THOMAS VINCENT HYNES, M. D. Dr. Thomas Vincent Hynes, one of the best known physicians and


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Dr. and Mrs. Hynes are of the Roman Catholic faith and the former belongs to the Knights