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From: Bernard Morgan <>
Subject: Re: [R-M222] Coyne families
Date: Sun, 13 Dec 2009 03:04:42 +0000
References: <000801ca74ec$30b93b30$e9cc464a@terry>,<SNT128-W104F1DED6039BC5B24572BBB920@phx.gbl>,<000901ca75a5$8bd29d90$e9cc464a@terry>,<9d89b8bd0912050849r48cf5a11i22fcd320d2fed6ec@mail.gmail.com>,<001401ca79a2$014914f0$e9cc464a@terry>,<9d89b8bd0912101423m4b200723l1a993518c4ca33e9@mail.gmail.com>
In-Reply-To: <9d89b8bd0912101423m4b200723l1a993518c4ca33e9@mail.gmail.com>

> " Partraige , or Partry, was an area in County Mayo, roughly west and north
> of Lough Mask, around the barony of Carra and containing the Partry
> Mountains. Septs said to originate in this area includeƓ Cadhain (O'Coyne),

I found a Coyne from Tuam, Galway on http://www.smgf.org/ he happen to be close distance from an O'Moran from Roscommon. Neither where close to the M222 haplotype.

Is it safe to assume that the Partraige population are non-M222?

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