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Elizabeth Nelan

(nee:Pickens,Baynes)

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Pickens Origin : Scottish, Irish

Spelling variations include: Pickon, Pickin, Picken, Pickins, and Pickens.

First found in Ayrshire, Scotland where the family name was found since the early Middle Ages.

Elizabeth's Family Tree roots in America, on her fathers side, is traced to: William Henry Pickens born in Ireland in 1660, and who arrived with his family in Bucks County, PA in 1715. Her roots have also been traced back to 1594, in Ireland; Scotland & France.

Baynes Origin : English

The lineage of the name Baynes begins with the Anglo-Saxon tribes in Britain. It is a result of when they lived in the village of Bainton, in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

One of the first settlers of this name in the New World was: Alice Baynes, who sailed to Barbados in 1680, and, Andrew Baynes who arrived in Virgina in 1711.

Elizabeth's Family Tree roots in America, on her mothers side, is traced to: John Baynes of North Carolina, who married Nancy Yancy of Hanover Co, Virgina in 1755.

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Patrick Nelan

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Nelan Origin : Irish

The Nelan surname originally appeared in Gaelic as O'Niallain, which means descendant of "King" Niall.

Spelling variations include: O'Neilan, Neilan, Nelan, and O'Nelan.

Found in county Clare, Ireland in the 1600's. And then in Causeway, county Kerry in the mid 1700's

Some of the first settlers of this name were: Humphry Nelan, who arrived in America in 1743; and. a Grand Uncle, Philip Nelan, who arrived in New York City, in April, 1885.

Patrick's Family Tree roots in America, on his fathers side, occurred when his father: Patrick Nelan Sr. of Causeway, Ireland, arrived in New York (763 Amsterdam Av), on Sept. 6, 1926. His patriarch roots were also traced to John Nelan, in Ireland, circa 1699.

Shine Origin : Irish

The Shine surname originally appeared in Gaelic as O Sionnaigh, which is derived from "sionnach," which means "fox."

First found in county Mayo where they were anciently seated. This most ancient Irish surname is derived from Sionnach, the Fox, an epithet used by the Chief of the Irish Cathernaigh Clann or, in English, the Kearney or Carney Clann a branch of the northern Ui Fiachrach.

Some of the first settlers of this name were: L. Shine who settled in Philadelphia Pa. in 1754; followed by John A. Shine in 1868; and a Grand Aunt, Mary Shine (aka, Auntie) of Cuny, Ireland, who was settled in Jersey City, NJ in 1880

Patrick's Family Tree roots in America, on his mothers side, occurred when his mother: Catherine Shine of Athlone, Ireland, arrived in Jersey City (360 2nd St), on Oct. 17, 1927.. His roots are also traced to Laurence Shine of Cuny, Ireland in 1821

 

 

 

 

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