I think that I can help you. If you send me a sample of your hops after you dry and vac. seal them I will brew a few beers with them and be able to make a better detirmination of what you have. For this study I will require around 8 oz. of dried hops.
Seriously, firguring out hop variety is very very hard from pictures alone. It looks like you have a very bountiful crop at your new place. Hopefully they are a usable variety. Most of the wild plants that I find around my area aren't. When I find a new plant I harvest as much as I can, dry, and brew with them. I make a smash (single malt and single hop) with eight-ten pounds of base grain and four additions of the unknown hop. I use a neutral yeast and ferment in the low 60's(F). This has worked wonderfully for me. I've found one plant that I'll use again, and two others that I'll just marvel at as they grown throughout the summer. But I've drank every beer that I've made with them, so it's a win-win.
The other not so fun method would be to take some to a local commercial brewer. He/she may be able to help you out. Hope my advice helps!