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Re: FYI- 1900's Chicago Hyland's
Posted by: Nora Lee Tarney Date: July 29, 2001 at 18:12:25
In Reply to: FYI- 1900's Chicago Hyland's by michele hyland of 578


Michele,

I am working on the Hyland genealogy of my family at this point in
time. I have a George Hyland, b.c. 1838; his parents were James Hyland
and Mary Farrel, who came from Co. Laoise (used to be Co. Queens),
Ireland, around 1843, via New York, to Milwaukee, WI. Could there be
any connections here?

Let me know if you think it is worth persuing.

Nora Lee Tarney



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