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Q: Town of Hine and Hynes ( Answered,   1 Comment )
Subject: Town of Hine and Hynes
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: yeoldescribe-ga
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Posted: 06 Aug 2002 12:18 PDT
Expires: 05 Sep 2002 12:18 PDT
Question ID: 51355
Looking for all the States that have the town of Hynes and Hines
Subject: Re: Town of Hine and Hynes
Answered By: wengland-ga on 06 Aug 2002 12:45 PDT

According to the US Census of 1990, there are zero towns with the name
of Hine and one named Hines in Oregon, with a population of 1,452. 
There is also a Hines Township in Michigan, with a population of 556.

There are zero towns with the name of Hynes.

Thus, there are zero states with either a town of Hine or Hynes and
zero states with both.

This is from the Tiger list of place names, available at

Caution - over 3.2 megabyte download.  

This information can also be searched at the US Gazetter from the US

Now, if you look world wide (not guaranteed to be accurate) we search
at the Geographic Names Database at:

for all populated places.  

Hine comes up 3 times at these latitude and longitude coordinates:
33 20' 49" N 035 56' 33" E
09 17' 00" N 038 06' 00" E
09 08' 00" N 038 25' 00" E

However, Hynes did not come up on any search.  This database only
covers about 2,880,532 place names, so it may not have all of them.

I hope this has answered your question -- if you require further
information, please ask for a clarification before rating this answer.
 One note - this data is from 1990, so places established in the 1990s
will not appear.

Google Search Terms:
census map place

world map place name database

Further Resources:

Gazetteers and Place Name Locators at
Subject: Re: Town of Hine and Hynes
From: mwalcoff-ga on 06 Aug 2002 14:04 PDT
The US Geological Survey says there is a populated place called Hine
in St. Louis County, Mo. It is located in the city of Chesterfield,
Mo. It appears on a Mapquest map at

Hynes is a populated place in Minidoka County, Idaho, according to the
USGS. It appears on the map at

To search the USGS records, go to

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