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Re: What is the Indian connection to the Goynes family?
Posted by: Judy Guynes-Lairson (ID *****2101) Date: May 03, 2008 at 18:17:26
In Reply to: Re: What is the Indian connection to the Goynes family? by Casey Stafford of 366

..... The Guynes Family... as I have researched since 1991...... started over in France.. using Goyne... as a spelling of the last name.... they were ( with hundreds of other families...) run out of France in 1685 during the Revocation of The Edict of Nantes.... for religious and political differences from the King...... They went to Ireland, Scotland, Germany, and England... Cornwall, England is where my line...( same as yours..) starting July 5 1776... if you will privately sent me your snail mail address I will copy all that I have and send it to you..
Judy Guynes Lairson

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