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Samuel K. BOYD2,3,38,577,1662 was born on 9 Jun 1794 in Madison Co., Kentucky.3,1662,1733,1734 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,142,629,928,929,930 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,577 He lived in Williamsburg, Wayne, IN after 1817.3,142,930 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]3,577 He died on 22 Oct 1888.3,38,1662 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,577 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,142,358,928,929 On 22 Oct 1888 he was in Farmer, Wayne, IN.3,142,358 He was also known as Samuel K Boyd.3,142 He was buried Unknown in Zion Cem, Wmsburg, Indiana.3,38 He is reference number 76470. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]3,142,928,929 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Anecdote]3,142,930 [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Autobiography and Sermons of Elder Elijah Martindale: Also Pioneer History of the Boy d Family," by Belle Stanford (Indianapolis: Carlon & Hollenbeck, 1892). FHL film 182,356.
(2) "History of Wayne County, Indiana" (1871) p.238-239 (GenealogyLibrary.com, 2000).

! Birth: (1) s/o Samuel BOYD/Isabella. 29 Jun 1794, KY. (2) s/o Samuel BOYD/Isabella HIGGINS .
Marriage to Martha LEWIS: (1)
Marriage to Bethany LADD: (1)

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widowed
Samuel K & Martha are buried at Williamsburg or Mt Zion
Cemetery, Green Twp, Wayne, IN - stone at both locations
Children of Samuel, Martha & Bethany
Samuel had by his wife Martha five daughters:
1. Priscilla, married 19 January 1837 to James Clemens, and
resided at Linnville, Randolph County.
2. Narcissa, died 10 December 1869 (50-4-3) Zion,
Williamsburg; married 21 April 1839 to John Chamness, of
Williamsburg.
3. Sarah Ann, married 29 February 1844 to Joseph Lomax, a
lawyer at Kalamazoo, Michigan.
4. Evelina, born 1823, died 1896 Earlham; married 16 June 1842
to William A. Peella, born 1819, died 1902, buried Earlham.
5. Martha, married 13 March 1845 to Pleasant Harris, and
resided at Somerset, Wabash County.
6. James, died 25 December 1833 (4-1-17), buried Zion,
Williamsburg.
Samuel and Bethany's children were:
7. Isabella, married 25 October 1857 to Thomas Fagan, of
Williamsburg.
8. William L., married to Rebecca Martin; resided at Chester.
9. Catherine (Kate), married 20 December 1856 to William
Goodrich, and resided at Dunkirk, Jay County.
10. Mary, died 10 June 1861 (22-3-1) Zion, Williamsburg;
married 9 January 1858 to John Keever, of New Garden, where she
died in 1861.
11. Bethany, born 1846, died 1929, Crown Hill, Centerville;
married 28 November 1888 to John Lashley, born 27 August 1845,
died 1931, Crown Hill.
12. Samuel K. Jr., died 23 July 1872 (23-8-0) Zion,
Williamsburg. Unmarried.
13. John C., died 19 September 1848 (11-8-12) Mt. Zion,
Williamsburg.
14. Amanda, died young.
15. Joseph L., died 14 December 1865 (24-7-15) Mt. Zion,
Williamsburg.
16. Hannah, died 14 February 1851 (7-2-4) Mt. Zion,
Williamsburg.
Of the other four, James, John, and Amanda died young; and
Joseph L., in 1865, the day of his discharge from the United
States Army, in Texas.


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Samuel K. Boyd, 4th son of Samuel Boyd, the Revolutionary War Soldier,
was bo rn in KY. He married #1, Martha Lewis and they had one son James,
who died i n childhood, and five daughters.
#2 spouse Bethany Ladd by whom he had ten chi ldren, five sons and five
daughters. His youngest daughter Bethany, took car e of her father until
his death which was on 23 October 1888. Parents: Rev. Samuel BOYD and Isabella HIGGINS.

Spouse: Martha LEWIS. Samuel K. BOYD and Martha LEWIS were married on 10 Apr 1817 in Wayne, IN.3,142,629,928,929,930,931 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,38,1662 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,577 Reference Number:1254979
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Martha and Samuel marriage record found in Book ZZ; page 61. Children were: Priscilla BOYD, Martha BOYD, Narcissa BOYD, Sarah Ann BOYD, Evelina BOYD.

Spouse: Bethany LADD. Samuel K. BOYD and Bethany LADD were married on 29 Jan 1829 in Wayne, IN.3,142,629,928,929,931 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,577 Reference Number:796309
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Two different marriage dates: 2 Feb 1829 in Wayne County, IN (Book A,
p-210) , and 29 Jan 1829 in Wayne Co., IN. Children were: Amanda BOYD, John BOYD, James BOYD, Isabella BOYD, William L. BOYD, Catherine BOYD, Mary BOYD, Joseph L. BOYD, Hannah A. BOYD, Bethany BOYD, Samuel K. BOYD Jr..


Samuel K. BOYD Jr.3,577 was born about 1848.3,577 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 106150. Parents: Samuel K. BOYD and Bethany LADD.


Samuel L. BOYD2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 44024. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Record of Wills in Lewis County, Kentucky 1805-1899," comp. by Annie Walker Brun, p.8 1-82.
(2) Mason Co., KY Tax Records. FHL film 8,140.
(3) "Mason County, Kentcuky Taxpayers, 1790-1799." FHL book 976.9323 R48t.

! Birth: (1) s/o Archibald BOYD/Margaret.

(3) 1795: Samuel BOYD taxed, Mason Co., KY.
(3) 1796: Samuel BOYD taxed, Mason Co., KY.
(2) 1799: Samuel BOYD taxed for 50 acres on Cabin Creek, Mason Co., KY, district of Commiss ioner Anthony CUMMINGS. One male in household over 21, one male 16-21. (3) Samuel BOYD taxed , Mason Co., KY.
(2) 1800: Samuel BOYD taxed for 50 acres on Cabin Creek entered, surveyed and patented to E benezer BROOKS, Mason Co., KY, district of Commissioner George FARIS Esq. One male in househo ld over 21.
(2) 1801, 17 May: Samuel BOYD taxed for 100 acres on Cabin Creek entered, surveyed and pate nted to BROOKS, Mason Co., KY, district of Commissioner George FARIS. One male in household o ver 21.
(2) 1802, 26 Mar: Samuel BOYD taxed for 50 acres on Cabin Creek entered, surveyed and paten ted to BROOKS, Mason Co., KY, district of Commissioner George FARIS. One male in household ov er 21.
(2) 1803, 7 May: Samuel BOYD taxed for 100 acres on Cabin Creek entered, surveyed and paten ted to E. BROOKS, Mason Co., KY, district of Commissioner George FARIS. One male in househol d over 21.
(2) 1804, 30 Mar: Samuel BOYD taxed for 100 acres on Cabin Creek entered, surveyed and pate nted to BROOKS, Mason Co., KY, district of Commissioner Winslow PARKER Jr. One male in househ old over 21.
(1) 1827, 16 May: Archibald BOYD of Lewis Co., KY wrote his will. "With respect to my son W illiam BOYD, John BOYD, Samuel L. BOYD and Archibald BOYD it being well known to them all tha t in pursuance of a resolution I made at an early period of my life I have given them all an d each of them a trade that each of them has got equivalent to an equal division of my estate . It is therefore now my will that each of them be content with what I have already done fo r them, it being all I could or can do under existing circumstances." Parents: Archibald BOYD and Margaret THOMSON.


Samuel L. BOYD2,3 was born on 16 Oct 1777 in , Co. Antrim, Ireland.2,3 He died Unknown in , Randolph Co., Illinois.2,3 He was buried Unknown in Boyd Cemetery, Randolph Co., Illinois.2,3 He is reference number 45703. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Randolph County, Illinois Commemerative Edition, Bicentennial 1795-1995," by the Ran dolph County Genealogical Society (1995) p.187-188.

! Birth: (1) s/o William BOYD/Margaret LYONS. 16 Oct 1777, Co. Antrim, Ireland.
Marriage to Agnes "Nancy" VERNOR: (1)
Marriage to Margaret SKELLY: (1) [NOTE: Source 1 also says that his first wife outlived him , dying 17 Jul 1855. Either death dates are wrong, or this marriage was to another Samuel.I t is likely that the first wife's death date is wrong. See notes under Agnes.]
Death: (1) 24 Feb 1855. [NOTE: See notes under marriage.]
Burial: (1) Boyd Cemetery, Randolph Co., IL, located Twp. 4 South, Range 5 West.

(1) 1827, Aug: John and wife Isabella wrote a letter to bis borther Samuel and sister Marga ret, who were living in Randolph Co., IL. Parents: William BOYD and Margaret LYONS.

Spouse: Agnes VERNOR. Samuel L. BOYD and Agnes VERNOR were married. Reference Number:804674 Children were: Margaret BOYD, Eliza BOYD, Agnes BOYD, Jane BOYD, Sarah BOYD, Mary V. BOYD, Samuel Lyons BOYD, Abigail BOYD, Rebecca BOYD.

Spouse: Margaret SKELLY. Samuel L. BOYD and Margaret SKELLY were married. Reference Number:804676 Children were: Sarah BOYD, William Vernor BOYD, Rachel BOYD, John Skelly BOYD, Margaret Lyons BOYD, James BOYD.


Samuel Lyons BOYD2,3 was born on 8 Aug 1817.2,3 He died on 5 Mar 1877.2,3 He is reference number 45716. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Randolph County, Illinois Commemerative Edition, Bicentennial 1795-1995," by the Ran dolph County Genealogical Society (1995) p.187-188.

! Birth: (1) s/o Samuel BOYD/Agnes VERNOR. 8 Aug 1817.
Marriage to Jane GIBSON: (1)
Marriage to Mary GIBSON: (1) Sister of his 1st wife.
Death: (1) 5 Mar 1877. Parents: Samuel L. BOYD and Agnes VERNOR.

Spouse: Jane GIBSON. Samuel Lyons BOYD and Jane GIBSON were married. Reference Number:804917 Children were: Robert BOYD.

Spouse: Mary GIBSON. Samuel Lyons BOYD and Mary GIBSON were married. Reference Number:804918


Samuel M BOYD3,206 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 5281.

Spouse: Mary ELY. Samuel M BOYD and Mary ELY were married on 9 Mar 1837 in Ralls Co. MO.3,206 Reference Number:105004


Samuel M. BOYD3,87 was born in Sep 1844 in , Ste Genevieve Co, MO.3,87 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He died after 1900 in Maybe, Johnson Co, TX.3,87 He was also known as Samuel Boyd.3,38 He is reference number 46647. He has Ancestral File Number 1W2F-40K. [boyd-trees.ged]







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!CENSUS:30 Sep 1850 Federal Census; Saline Twp Ste Genevieve Co MO; page
487\241; D & F 530\537; NOTE: Samuel BOYD age 6, m, w, b MO, attends
school.

!CENSUS: 15 Aug 1860 Fed Census Avon PO Ste Genevieve Co MO LDS# 0803645 pg 309 145\982\984 I n household with Elijah and family ....Samuel BOYD age 15, m, w, b MO, attends school.

!MARRIAGE: Ste Genevieve Co MO Marriage Book "A" page (192) 57; NOTE: 3 Dec
1865, Samuel BOYD - Louisiana DAULTON; by Edmund BOWLING, JP.

!MILITARY: from Betty CATHCART; Co K 47th MO Infantry, enlisted 30 Aug 1864, discharged 28 Ma r 1866; Description: 21 years, 5ft 8in., light hair, hazel eyes, fair complexion, single, far mer.

!CENSUS: Index to 1890 Special Census of Veterans, for TX; page 12; NOTE:
Samuel M BOYD, Parker Co TX, no page #, Pct #2; 1890 Special Census of Veterans; SD #7, ED #8 4, no page #, Line #4, House # 154, Family # 153; NOTE: Samuel M BOYD, no rank listed, Co. K , 47th Reg. MO, enlisted 30 Aug 1864, discharged 29th of March 1866, served 6 months, P.O. Sp ringtown, (Parker Co) TX.

!CENSUS: from Betty CATHCART; 1900 Federal Census, Pct #4, ED #60, Johnson Co, TX,(joins Park er Co @ SE corner), Samuel was a farmer, he and Lucy had been married 36 years, had 12 childr en, 8 of which were living in 1900. 4 children were living with them, all born in TX. Parents: Elijah Fletcher BOYD and Elizabeth Matilda REYNOLDS.

Spouse: Lucy Ann DALTON. Samuel M. BOYD and Lucy Ann DALTON were married on 3 Dec 1865 in , Ste. Genevieve Co., MO.3,87 Reference Number:820029


Samuel Mcclurkin BOYD3,403 was born on 21 Jun 1790 in Ireland.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,403 He was naturalized on 12 Nov 1810.3 He died in 1861 in Laurens Co., SC.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,403 He was buried Unknown in Popular Springs Baptist Cemetery? Ck.3 He is reference number 106376. [boyd-trees.ged]



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Samuel McClurkin Boyd was born on 21 June 1790 in Scotland. Immigrated to Virginia, then to Laurens District, SC. 1850 Census would indicate he was born in 1785. He died in 1861 in Laurens co., SC. Estate administered 10 Jan., 1862. He was buried in 1861 in Laurens Co., SC He resided in Boyd's Mill, Laurens Co., SC. He was a member of Poplar Springs Baptist church. He was a Miller in Boyd's Mill, Laurens Co., SC

He was married to Nancy Henry (daughter of John Henry and Jemina Pinson) about 1812. 1850 census: Elizabeth Martin was living in Samuel's home, as were Isabella and her husband Joseph Waldrop. In the 1860 census, Samuel was living next door to Bradford and Sanford Boyd.

Notes from Diary of Della Boyd Culbertson - Samuel Boyd

Samuel and Nancy bought land on Reedy River eleven (11) miles west of the Court House in Laurens County, SC. He had splendid water power there and built a mill, grinding corn and wheat.
The Boyd home was on the east side of Reedy River about one fourth of a mile from the mill. Here they reared a family of eight children, five boys and three girls. he also had a cabinet shop for making furniture. He invented a clock with all the inside fixtures, wheels, pegs were made of wood.

All of his boys except one followed the same trade. he handed down his profession as miller and wood workman to at least four more generations, sons, grandsons, great and great-great grandsons. One of his grandsons, Stewart Boyd, son of Sanford, invented a number of things.
Samuel seemed to have been rather odd or peculiar in some ways, but was kind father and husband, and a good neighbor, except for one thing he was a drunkard. We all have some bad traits---that was his. His wife was a great woman.
After he was left alone, he sold his business to his sons, David, Bradford and Sanford, and a son in law, John Puckett. He lived alone in a house joining the yard of the Sawyer's house (a Grandson) at Boyd's Mill, and was cared for by his family. He preferred to live that way.
His son Sanford bought his home and rebuilt the house and lived there all of his life except for a few years. He reared a family of nine children there.
Samuel's sons did a big business at Boyd's Mill. They built a two and a half grist mill, and did a tremendous business. They had a saw mill, furniture factory, and carding and spinning plant, in a small way, they ran thirty spindles. They made all sorts of furniture. David's three sons, Nathan, Bradford and John all worked there. They had a large machine, turned by hand, to card rolls for spinning.
In 1845, "the dry year", as we were taught to call it, nearly all the mills in the whole country could grind scarcely any at all because of scarcity of water. When the water in old Reedy was low, they found a spring just below the dam. They prepared a race and ran all the water on the mill wheel. They ground corn and wheat day and night, and a few Sundays. Men came from miles to get grinding done. Sometimes they would have to wait for days to get their grinding, so many would be waiting. Sanford was the miller at that time, but the others helped with it.
Samuel Boyd and children were all members of Poplar Springs Baptist Church - many of them buried there. Robert, the youngest son of Samuel and Nancy Henry Boyd, was buried in the family cemetery in front of his home. The son of Isabell Waldrop was buried there. Samuel has no marked grave there. "he must have been buried in the family cemetery."
From the minutes of the Poplar Springs Church - "Brother Samuel was excluded from the church several times for the sin of drunkenness. He would be received back into the church by recantation and then several months later would be up before the church again."

Nancy Henry was born in 1790 in Ireland. based on Census. She died in 1850/51 in Laurens co., SC. the estate settlement is in Laurens Co. records. She was a member of the Baptist church. nancy Henry was a sister to john Henry, husband of Jane Boyd. Samuel McClurkin Boyd and Nancy Henry had the following children:

David Boyd
Catherine "Katie" Boyd
Nancy Sarah Boyd
John H. Boyd
J. Bradford Boyd
Sanford Boyd
Elizabeth Boyd
Isabella M. Boyd
William Harrison Boyd
Robert Boyd was born after 1831. He died in Laurens Dist., SC. Died young. "Robert, the
youngest son of Samuel and Nancy Henry Boyd, was buried in the family cemetery in front of his home."
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Quote from The Tree Climber (Laurens Co. Genealogy Society) Laurens Co., SC Vol.II, No2. Pg. 39

LAURENS ADVERTISER: (Newspaper I assume) July 22, 1937

Cross Hill, July 5*** Partly from written records & partly from information received from older people living at the time, we learned that during two decades, 1850 to 1870, there was a great desire among the people of this county, especially in the Boyd's Mill Ekom section, to go west. The motive was to seek fresher lands, more room and better homes. Alexander Culbertson, s/o "Grand Sire Bobby" of Revolutionary fame, after the death of his first wife, Mahala Sprewell, married Elizabeth Johnson and settled below Boyds Mill near Reedy River, in which home reared nine children, two of whom, John & Mary, died early in life. 3 sons: Butler, Robert & George W. married Polly Lander, Nancy Henderson and Ann Godfrey, respectively and settled in the county. However Robert had a son, Young, who went to GA and Geo.W's son, W.L.went to Alabama. in 1885 and entered the ministry. Mr. & Mrs. Alex Culbertson then with one son and three daughters, moved to GA in 1851 and at a later date to Gadsden, Alabama. Their son, Henry, became a Baptist preacher and two daughters, Mahala and Malinda, married Geo. Weldon and W. A. Shirley. Martha married Squire Baker and moved to TX.

SAMUEL BOYD, s/o. William Boyd who came from Scotland to Va. and then to Laurens Co., more than 100 years ago, married Nancy Henry & settled in this section (Cross Hill) where they reared 8 children:

BRADFORD, a miller on the Saluda River, married Pamela Forgy: JOHN married Betsy Hudgens and farmed near Union Church: HARRISON married Syntha Brooks, and went to AR: SANFORD married Elizabeth Downey & later married Barbara Godfrey Boyd, widow of his nephew Nathan Boyd, killed in the Confederate war: DAVID married Tabiatha Waldrop & farmed at Poplar Springs: Katy married John Puckett: Nancy married Scina Smith: and Isabella married Joe Waldrop and moved to AR.

SANFORD who was a miller at Boyd's Mill, had a son Richard who went to MS. In 1855 all of David's family except two, Nathan (killed in Civil War) & Elizabeth who married Willis Washington, moved to TX.
These included Mr. & Mrs. Boyd, 3 sons, David, Jr., John Henry and Bradford & wife Jane Godfrey and one daughter, Tabie, remaining (Comments: nine of the Boyd offspring and 8 of the Culbertsons went West. Four of the Boyds & two of the Culbertsons married into the Ansel Godfrey family. Two of the Culbertson descent became Baptist preachers. Richard Boyd made coffins for the dead.
(Note: Sanford is buried at Poplar Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Laurens County, SC. I do not believe he moved .

HENRY was sheriff of Johnson Co., TX and R. D. a legislator of this county. The descendants of Alexander and Samuel are now scattered over states from the Atlantic to the Pacific Coast. Parents: William Blanton BOYD Sr. and Catherine MCCLURKIN.


Samuel Millspaugh BOYD3,95 was born on 16 Nov 1841 in Hempstead, , NY.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 54169. He has Ancestral File Number 1T32-ZPN. Parents: John Newton BOYD and Mary Jane MILLSPAUGH.

Spouse: Mary C. IRWIN. Samuel Millspaugh BOYD and Mary C. IRWIN were married in Middletown, , NY.3 Reference Number:939481 Children were: Irwin Horton BOYD, Frederick N. BOYD.


Samuel Mitchel BOYD3,577 was born in 1815.3,577 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 106168. Parents: James BOYD and Margaret MITCHELL.


Samuel Munroe BOYD3,206,802 was born on 1 May 1818.3,38,206,802 He died in 1891.3,38,206,802 He was also known as Samuel Monroe Boyd.3,38 He is reference number 831. Parents: Col. James BOYD and Elizabeth MCILVAINE.


Samuel Newton BOYD3,1477 was born on 24 Nov 1818 in Hall Co., GA.3,1477 He died on 20 Aug 1909 in Ozark, Christian Co. MO.3,1477 He is reference number 2039. Parents: William R. BOYD and Elizabeth BURTON.

Spouse: Priscilla WOOD. Samuel Newton BOYD and Priscilla WOOD were married on 8 May 1842 in Forsyth Co., GA.3,1477 Reference Number:44903 Children were: William Riley BOYD.


Samuel Newton BOYD3,1284 was born in Feb 1865.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 37235. Parents: Robertson BOYD and Susannah HAGAN.

Spouse: Ida WILLIAMS. Samuel Newton BOYD and Ida WILLIAMS were married on 12 Mar 1891.3 Reference Number:689008 Children were: Essie Ellen BOYD.


Samuel P. BOYD2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 45555. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book." (a) Vol. 62, p.249. Lineage of Mr s. Mar E. W. Boyd Risodorf 61720.

! Birth: (1a) s/o Gilbert W. BOYD/Abigail CHAMBERLAIN.
Marriage to Abbie H. BISSELL: (1a) Parents: Gilbert W. BOYD and Abigail CHAMBERLAIN.

Spouse: Abbie H. BISSELL. Samuel P. BOYD and Abbie H. BISSELL were married. Reference Number:802614 Children were: Mary E. W. BOYD.


Samuel P. BOYD3,468 was born in 1821 in SC.3,468 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 49645. [boyd-trees.ged]







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This family was in Calhoun Co, MS, in 1860. Parents: Samuel BOYD and Mary Ann THOMPSON.

Spouse: Rebecca Ann CAIN. Samuel P. BOYD and Rebecca Ann CAIN were married on 6 Mar 1845 in Monroe Co, MS.3,468 Reference Number:872556


Samuel Parker BOYD3,38 was born on 15 Nov 1812 in , New Madrid, Missouri.3 He died on 10 Feb 1868.3 He is reference number 24333. Parents: Andrew BOYD and Sarah ANDREWS.


Samuel Patterson BOYD3 was born after 1873.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 6470. Parents: Albert Darlington BOYD Sr and Ann Elizabeth PATTERSON.


Samuel Perry BOYD3,1233 was born on 15 Sep 1875 in Cooke Co., TX.3,1233,1735 He died on 3 Aug 1934 in Sweetwater, Nolan Co., TX.3,1233,1370,1735 He was buried Unknown in Sweetwater Cemetery, Nolan Co., TX.3,1233,1370 He is reference number 56900. [boyd-trees.ged]







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1. 1880 Cooke Co., TX Federal Census

Boyd, W.H. 31 M Farmer MO
Ellen 27 F Housekeeper AK
Henry 6 M TX
Perry 4 M TX
Mary 2 F TX

Letter from grandmother Hughes
Basin Springs, Tex, July 19, 97
Dear Grandson,
I received your letter and was more than glad to hear from you,and so proud that yo u are hearty and well. Our family are all tolerablewell, and all the connection as far a s I know.
We have had a five weeks drouth and corn will almost be a failure. Ourdrouth was broken b y a heavy rain saturday. Everyone was proud to seethe rain. It will help the cotton and al l vegetation that was not burntup.
Did Lue go to Sweetwater to attend the ?ormal. I'm glad she is such apretty and smart girl . I sent her a package (it started on the third ofJuly, and I have not heard anything from i t. I am very anxious to hearif she has received it. The package consisted of two nice quilt s, andwas valued at the express office at ten dollars. Tell her to writeimme--(diately--thi s part is missing but am assuming that is what itsays-vg) and let me know if she has receive d it.
I do hope you can come to see me and would be so glad if you could bringLue, for if you do no t come soon I will never het to see you I amgetting very old and feeble.
Jim and Emmett are not living at home this year. Charley is making acrop by himself, he wil l plow hia cotton over now since the rain.
Tell your Pa and Ma (this is the step-mother Martha Jane-vg) I would beglad to hear from them , and tell Charley to write.
When you write to Jesse tell him Grandma sends love to him and he must bea good boy. With mu ch love and good wishes to you all I am youraffectionate

(there is no clear and legiblesignature bu t under themagnifing glass it looks like M.A.Hu ghes-Hughes being the most legible--vg)


Date unknown

APRIL FOOL

Mr. Pat Boyd

I will write you a few lines of love I will commence by telling you howpretty you are to m y notion you are the handsomest feller I ever saw &the sweetest As sure as the grape grows o n the vine I'll be yours if youwill be mine. I know that you do not love me though if I thou ght thatyou loved me I would feel just as happy as a big sunflower as she wsvesand bends in t he breeze and my heart would be as light as the wind thatblows the leaves from off the trees.
I would surely be happy of you love me as I love you No knife couldn'tcut love intwo
as sure as the vine grows round the stump you are my darling sugar lump
Roses red violets blue sugar is sweet and so are you My pencil is badmy writing is worse Go d bless the one that reads this verse Roses maywither friends may die friends forsake you b ut never will I. Flowerslove sunshine earth loves dew Stars love heaven and I love you
From one who loves you
I will close with as much love as ever if not more
I will leave you to guess who



August 5, 1905

Mrs Ethel Boyd

Dear wife we are still on the road I told you I would write you atBallinger but we got th ere last night and left this morng and didn't havetime to write and haven't much time now i t is 5 oclock and we want to goto the Kickapoo to night we haven't strck ?? ?? yet they pas t throughhere about 3 hours ago well sweet heart I don't know where to tell ou towrite to ye t we are going from here to Rock Springs but I don't know whenwe will get there or where we w ill go from there well sweet heart I shurewould like to see you be shure and take care of you r self we nooned onthe Concho to day it is shure dry down here
well the boys are cussing so I will have to close
I will write again soon with love and kisses I will say goodby

Pat




SWEETWATER DAILY REPORTER
Sweetwater, Texas Friday Evening, August 3, 1934

UNCLE PAT BOYD IS DEATH VICTIM

Lake Sweetwater Resident Came To This Section 54 Years Ago

S.P. (Pat) Boyd, long-time resident of Nolan County and a member of oneof the oldest pionee r families in this section, died at his home in theLake Sweetwater community at 6:45 Friday m orning. He had been in illhealth for several months, but became seriously ill last Sunday.
Mr. Boyd was born in Cooke County Sept. 15, 1875. He came to NolanCounty while but five year s old, his father, "Uncle Henry" Boyd of theLake Sweetwater community being one of the firs t settlers in this part ofthe country.
The death Friday morning, incidentally, marks the first in the family inhalf a century.

Known as "Uncle Pat"

Death took one of the most familiar characters of the Lake Sweetwatercommunity and he affecti onately was know by his many friends as "UnclePat".
Survivors include his widow, six children and a grandson, who are VivianBoyd and Mrs. Boyd, I ona, Jessie Lee, Melva, J.P., Bobbie and Billy BoydBriggs.

His Father Survives

Other survivors are his father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Boyd.Brothers include Charl ey Boyd, George Boyd, Bill Boyd of Sweetwater; JessBoyd of Petersburg, Tex.; John Boyd of Mer tzon; Joe Boyd of Alma, Kan.;and Bud Coffee of San Angelo. Sisters are Mrs Lou Brown, Mrs. M .D.Chitwood, Mrs.. Nick Williams, Mrs. Gerald Witt, Mrs. C.H. Rasberry ofSweetwater and Mrs . D. Rounsville of Kemp, Tex.
Funeral services are to be conducted at 3:00 p.m. Saturday from theSweetwater Church of Chris t. Arrangements are in charge of Johnston'sFuneral Home. Burial is to be in charge of Mason s at the Sweetwatercemetery.



FUNERAL NOTICE


MR. S.P. BOYD
Age 59 years


Funeral services will be held at the Church of Christ at 3:00today, Saturday afternoon , conducted by Batsel Baxter of AbileneChristian College assisted by Frank L. Cox, Pastor.

Interment will follow in the City Cemetery

Friends and aquaintances are invited to attend.

Sweetwater, Texas
August 4, 1934




IT'S PEOPLE THAT MAKE NOLAN COUNTY GREAT

It's people that make the Nolan County story great....here is one suchstory.


Samuel Perry Boyd came to Nolan County with his parents about 1880. Hebought Bitter Creek la nd in 1905 and that same year married Ethel DuncanParks.
Samuel P. farmed and ranched and drilled water wells. He worked on theold Abilene highwasy w ith a team of mules and wagon, hauling gravel.A.J. Roy was his foreman. He was paid $3.1 1 a day for hiself and 3.00 aday for his team and wagon. Son Vivian worked as water boy fo r $1.00 aday. That protion of the road was built about 1917.
S.P. Boyd's cattle brand , Rafter 3 was registered in 1902. This samebrand was registered t o grandson Bill Boyd Briggs in 1974. The land Mr.Boyd bought in 1900 is still owned by his c hildren. Mr. Boyd died in1934.

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1. 1880 Cooke Co., TX Federal Census

Boyd, W.H. 31 M Farmer MO
Ellen 27 F Housekeeper AK
Henry 6 M TX
Perry 4 M TX
Mary 2 F TX

Letter from grandmother Hughes
Basin Springs, Tex, July 19, 97
Dear Grandson,
I received your letter and was more than glad to hear from you,and so proud that yo u are hearty and well. Our family are all tolerablewell, and all the connection as far a s I know.
We have had a five weeks drouth and corn will almost be a failure. Ourdrouth was broken b y a heavy rain saturday. Everyone was proud to seethe rain. It will help the cotton and al l vegetation that was not burntup.
Did Lue go to Sweetwater to attend the ?ormal. I'm glad she is such apretty and smart girl . I sent her a package (it started on the third ofJuly, and I have not heard anything from i t. I am very anxious to hearif she has received it. The package consisted of two nice quilt s, andwas valued at the express office at ten dollars. Tell her to writeimme--(diately--thi s part is missing but am assuming that is what itsays-vg) and let me know if she has receive d it.
I do hope you can come to see me and would be so glad if you could bringLue, for if you do no t come soon I will never het to see you I amgetting very old and feeble.
Jim and Emmett are not living at home this year. Charley is making acrop by himself, he wil l plow hia cotton over now since the rain.
Tell your Pa and Ma (this is the step-mother Martha Jane-vg) I would beglad to hear from them , and tell Charley to write.
When you write to Jesse tell him Grandma sends love to him and he must bea good boy. With mu ch love and good wishes to you all I am youraffectionate

(there is no clear and legiblesignature bu t under themagnifing glass it looks like M.A.Hu ghes-Hughes being the most legible--vg)


Date unknown

APRIL FOOL

Mr. Pat Boyd

I will write you a few lines of love I will commence by telling you howpretty you are to m y notion you are the handsomest feller I ever saw &the sweetest As sure as the grape grows o n the vine I'll be yours if youwill be mine. I know that you do not love me though if I thou ght thatyou loved me I would feel just as happy as a big sunflower as she wsvesand bends in t he breeze and my heart would be as light as the wind thatblows the leaves from off the trees.
I would surely be happy of you love me as I love you No knife couldn'tcut love intwo
as sure as the vine grows round the stump you are my darling sugar lump
Roses red violets blue sugar is sweet and so are you My pencil is badmy writing is worse Go d bless the one that reads this verse Roses maywither friends may die friends forsake you b ut never will I. Flowerslove sunshine earth loves dew Stars love heaven and I love you
From one who loves you
I will close with as much love as ever if not more
I will leave you to guess who



August 5, 1905

Mrs Ethel Boyd

Dear wife we are still on the road I told you I would write you atBallinger but we got th ere last night and left this morng and didn't havetime to write and haven't much time now i t is 5 oclock and we want to goto the Kickapoo to night we haven't strck ?? ?? yet they pas t throughhere about 3 hours ago well sweet heart I don't know where to tell ou towrite to ye t we are going from here to Rock Springs but I don't know whenwe will get there or where we w ill go from there well sweet heart I shurewould like to see you be shure and take care of you r self we nooned onthe Concho to day it is shure dry down here
well the boys are cussing so I will have to close
I will write again soon with love and kisses I will say goodby

Pat




SWEETWATER DAILY REPORTER
Sweetwater, Texas Friday Evening, August 3, 1934

UNCLE PAT BOYD IS DEATH VICTIM

Lake Sweetwater Resident Came To This Section 54 Years Ago

S.P. (Pat) Boyd, long-time resident of Nolan County and a member of oneof the oldest pionee r families in this section, died at his home in theLake Sweetwater community at 6:45 Friday m orning. He had been in illhealth for several months, but became seriously ill last Sunday.
Mr. Boyd was born in Cooke County Sept. 15, 1875. He came to NolanCounty while but five year s old, his father, "Uncle Henry" Boyd of theLake Sweetwater community being one of the firs t settlers in this part ofthe country.
The death Friday morning, incidentally, marks the first in the family inhalf a century.

Known as "Uncle Pat"

Death took one of the most familiar characters of the Lake Sweetwatercommunity and he affecti onately was know by his many friends as "UnclePat".
Survivors include his widow, six children and a grandson, who are VivianBoyd and Mrs. Boyd, I ona, Jessie Lee, Melva, J.P., Bobbie and Billy BoydBriggs.

His Father Survives

Other survivors are his father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Boyd.Brothers include Charl ey Boyd, George Boyd, Bill Boyd of Sweetwater; JessBoyd of Petersburg, Tex.; John Boyd of Mer tzon; Joe Boyd of Alma, Kan.;and Bud Coffee of San Angelo. Sisters are Mrs Lou Brown, Mrs. M .D.Chitwood, Mrs.. Nick Williams, Mrs. Gerald Witt, Mrs. C.H. Rasberry ofSweetwater and Mrs . D. Rounsville of Kemp, Tex.
Funeral services are to be conducted at 3:00 p.m. Saturday from theSweetwater Church of Chris t. Arrangements are in charge of Johnston'sFuneral Home. Burial is to be in charge of Mason s at the Sweetwatercemetery.



FUNERAL NOTICE


MR. S.P. BOYD
Age 59 years


Funeral services will be held at the Church of Christ at 3:00today, Saturday afternoon , conducted by Batsel Baxter of AbileneChristian College assisted by Frank L. Cox, Pastor.

Interment will follow in the City Cemetery

Friends and aquaintances are invited to attend.

Sweetwater, Texas
August 4, 1934




IT'S PEOPLE THAT MAKE NOLAN COUNTY GREAT

It's people that make the Nolan County story great....here is one suchstory.


Samuel Perry Boyd came to Nolan County with his parents about 1880. Hebought Bitter Creek la nd in 1905 and that same year married Ethel DuncanParks.
Samuel P. farmed and ranched and drilled water wells. He worked on theold Abilene highwasy w ith a team of mules and wagon, hauling gravel.A.J. Roy was his foreman. He was paid $3.1 1 a day for hiself and 3.00 aday for his team and wagon. Son Vivian worked as water boy fo r $1.00 aday. That protion of the road was built about 1917.
S.P. Boyd's cattle brand , Rafter 3 was registered in 1902. This samebrand was registered t o grandson Bill Boyd Briggs in 1974. The land Mr.Boyd bought in 1900 is still owned by his c hildren. Mr. Boyd died in1934.

Contributed by Cate-Spencer Funeral Home Quiad Richburg Parents: William Henry BOYD and Melissa Ellen HUGHES.

Spouse: Ethel Duncan PARKS. Samuel Perry BOYD and Ethel Duncan PARKS were married on 11 Jan 1905 in Sweetwater, Nolan Co., Texas.3,1233 Reference Number:978843 Children were: Vivian BOYD, Jessie Lee BOYD, James Patrick BOYD.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,584 He was born on 10 May 1837 in Pike County, Missouri.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,583 He died Unknown in Hannibal, MO..3,584 He is reference number 1467. Parents: Abner BOYD and Isabella FULLERTON.

Spouse: Adelia Ruhamah GLASSCOCK. Samuel Porter BOYD and Adelia Ruhamah GLASSCOCK were married. Reference Number:34654 Children were: Ida May BOYD, Robert Lee BOYD.


Samuel R. BOYD2,3 was born in 1813.2,3 He died in 1859.2,3 He is reference number 45588. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book." (a) Vol. 85, p.175. Lineage of Mr s. Hallie Mount Butler 84451.

! Birth: (1a) 1813.
Marriage to Rebecca Jane NISBET: (1a) 1840.
Death: (1a) 1859.


Samuel R. BOYD3,281,475 was born on 25 Oct 1859.3,475 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,281,474 He was also known as Sanuel R. Boyd.3,474 He died Unknown in Y.3,281 He is reference number 75062. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Family Record, Descendants of John and Mary-Fulton-Boyd, Mo nograph, prepared by M. Hillis Boyd, Freeport, PA. Parents: Robert H. BOYD and Rebecca MCCONNELL.


Samuel Ramsey BOYD2,3,1297 was born on 19 Dec 1795.2,3,1297 He died on 9 Mar 1859 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was buried Unknown in Boyd Cemetry, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.3 He is reference number 22. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) Boyd Cemetery inscriptions. Mss. typed by Marie Malark (Southern Lancaster Co. Histori cal Soc., http://getafix.mathcs.wilkes.edu/lancaster/gy/farm/boyd, 17 Apr 2000). [NOTE: Locat ion of cemetery not given.]

! Birth: (1) 19 Dec 1795.
Marriage to Mary E. PATTERSON: (1)
Death: (1) 9 Mar 1859, age 63.
Burial: (1) Boyd Cemetery, Lancaster Co., PA. Parents: Samuel BOYD and Isabella RAMSEY.

Spouse: Mary E. PATTERSON. Samuel Ramsey BOYD and Mary E. PATTERSON were married. Reference Number:10305 Children were: Samuel BOYD, William Ramsey BOYD, Lucinda BOYD, Mary Katherine BOYD, Joseph S. BOYD.


Samuel Reifus BOYD3,38 was born in 1858 in <, Tuscarawas, Ohio>.3,38 He died Unknown.3,38 He is reference number 23722. He has Ancestral File Number 16KP-QC5. Parents: Armstrong E. BOYD and Elizabeth THOMPSON.


Samuel Robert BOYD3,88 was born on 13 Jul 1867 in Huntingdon, Carroll Co., Tennessee.3,88 He died on 26 Jan 1937 in Rector, Clay Co., Arkansas.3,88 He is reference number 69036. Parents: Robert Stanhope BOYD and Martha Granville JONES.

Spouse: Drucilla C. FRENCH. Samuel Robert BOYD and Drucilla C. FRENCH were married on 19 Sep 1888 in Carroll Co., Tennessee.3,88 Reference Number:1142347 Children were: Nora M. BOYD, Claude L. BOYD, John William BOYD.


Samuel Rutherford BOYD3,206,1275 was born on 22 Jul 1902 in Pennsylvania.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 37251. Parents: David BOYD and Lorena Agnes COPELAND.


Samuel S. BOYD3,399 was born on 15 Sep 1837 in Franklin Co., VA.3,399 He died on 22 Jun 1920.3,399 He was also known as L.. He is reference number 13124. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 2]3,399 Parents: John Jackson BOYD and Letha MOORE.

Spouse: Nancy Ann CONNER. Samuel S. BOYD and Nancy Ann CONNER were married on 31 Jan 1867 in Patrick Co. VA.3,399 Reference Number:320706 Children were: Nancy E. BOYD, Arabella BOYD, Martha A. BOYD, Josephine Elizabeth BOYD, Satatira Texas BOYD, Daniel Isaac BOYD, M. A. BOYD, Oney R. BOYD, Mattie Maud BOYD.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,218 He was born in 1843.3,316 He was also known as Samuel Stell Boyd.3,218,1271 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 26501. Parents: Roland BOYD and Mary YOUNGBLOOD.


Samuel Saxon BOYD3,840 was born on 15 Jul 1880 in Binnsville, Kemper, MS.3,840,1504 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,483 He died in 1950 in Martinez, Contra Costa, CA.3,840,1736 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,483 He was also known as Samuel Saxon Boyd.3,483 He is reference number 22827. Parents: Hugh Lodd BOYD and Missouri Jane PAYNE.

Spouse: Tillie COATS. Samuel Saxon BOYD and Tillie COATS were married on 27 Mar 1907.3,840 Reference Number:455925


M.D. Samuel Scott BOYD3,577,1410 was born on 31 Mar 1820.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,577 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Educated]3 He died on 15 Apr 1888.3,577 He is reference number 32545. [boyd-trees.ged]



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Education, March 1849, Ohio Medical College. Parents: John Campbell BOYD and Susan SCOTT.

Spouse: Monimia BUNNELL. M.D. Samuel Scott BOYD and Monimia BUNNELL were married on 14 Oct 1844 in Wayne Co., IN.3,577 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3 Reference Number:612892
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Monimia Bunnell and Samuel Boyd were married in Wayne Co., IN (Book D;
p-336)

Spouse: Louisa E. VICKROY. M.D. Samuel Scott BOYD and Louisa E. VICKROY were married on 5 Sep 1865 in Dublin, Ohio.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,577 Reference Number:486294 Children were: Sarah A. BOYD, Nelson BOYD, Cynthia BOYD, William A. BOYD, Eliza J. BOYD, John F. BOYD, James W. BOYD, Joseph L. BOYD, Oliver C. BOYD, Mary BOYD, Martha BOYD, Susan BOYD.


Samuel Stillman BOYD3,1349 was born on 27 Mar 1807.3 He died on 21 May 1869.3 He is reference number 75753. Parents: Joseph Coffin BOYD and Isabella SOUTHGATE.

Spouse: Catherine Charlotte WILKINS. Samuel Stillman BOYD and Catherine Charlotte WILKINS were married on 14 Nov 1838 in Natchez, Mississippi.3 Reference Number:1245543


Samuel T. W. BOYD3,474,475 was born on 8 Jun 1848.3,474,475 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,281 He was also known as Samuel T.W. Boyd.3,281 He died Unknown in Y.3,281 He is reference number 47511. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Family Record, Descendants of John and Mary-Fulton-Boyd, Mo nograph, prepared by M. Hillis Boyd, Freeport, PA. Parents: James BOYD and Sarah BOYD.

Spouse: Mary WOODSIDE. Samuel T. W. BOYD and Mary WOODSIDE were married on 26 Feb 1880.3,281,474 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,475 Reference Number:840956


Samuel Thompson BOYD3,1115 was born on 22 Mar 1866 in Newton County, Georgia.3,1115 He died in 1962 in Blair, Oklahoma.3,1115 He is reference number 22077. Parents: James Thomson BOYD and Susannah THOMPSON.

Spouse: Lula Edna ESTES. Samuel Thompson BOYD and Lula Edna ESTES were married on 2 Jan 1901 in Newton County, Georgia.3,1115 Reference Number:442811 Children were: Living BOYD, Living BOYD, Living BOYD, Living BOYD, Living BOYD, James Boyce BOYD, Ernest Thompson BOYD.


Samuel Tildan BOYD3,483 was born on 12 Feb 1885.3,483 He died in 1963.3,483 He is reference number 59209. Parents: John Jefferson BOYD and Virginia GODFREY.

Spouse: Mamie ADAMS. Samuel Tildan BOYD and Mamie ADAMS were married on 20 Dec 1908.3,483 Reference Number:1008438 Children were: Living BOYD, Living BOYD.


Samuel V. BOYD3,399 was born on 16 Mar 1879 in Patrick Co. VA.3,399 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 13157. Parents: Hiram Howard BOYD and Elizabeth BOYD.


Samuel W. BOYD3,1269 was born on 17 May 1824.3 He died between 1825 and 1914.3 He is reference number 309. Parents: James BOYD and Margaret LEWIS.


Samuel W. BOYD3,474 was born on 25 Mar 1841.3,281,474,475 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,1038 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,1038 He died on 4 Aug 1842.3,281,474 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,475 He was also known as Samuel W Boyd.3,475 He was also known as Samuel W. Boyd.3,281 He was also known as Samuel Wallace Boyd.3,1038 He is reference number 47476. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Family Record, Descendants of John and Mary-Fulton-Boyd, Mo nograph, prepared by M. Hillis Boyd, Freeport, PA. Parents: John BOYD and Nancy MORRISON.


Samuel W. BOYD3,397 was born in Oct 1869 in Sanford Co., Alabama.3,397 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 62817. Parents: Wiley H. BOYD and Ann Elizabeth MCINTYRE.


Samuel Wolfe BOYD3,38 was born in 1867 in St. Elmo, Mobile, Alabama.3 He died in 1908 in New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, Charity Hospital.3 He was buried Unknown in New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana.3 He is reference number 24632. Parents: Alexander Hamilton BOYD and Cerena STACK.


Samuel Work BOYD3,38,237 was born on 16 Aug 1807.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,281 He died on 12 Dec 1886.3,281 He was also known as Samuel Work Boyd.3,281 He is reference number 20997. [boyd-trees.ged]







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the 1850 Census, shows son Samuel Work Boyd married to wif e Sarah with several children listed.
Sheriff of Fayette Co. PA Nov 1856-1859 & 1865-1868. Parents: Robert BOYD and Rebekah WORK.

Spouse: Elizabeth Jane POWER. Samuel Work BOYD and Elizabeth Jane POWER were married on 18 Mar 1834 in Berkeley, Virginia.3,281 Reference Number:421724
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Married by Rev. James Guthrie

Spouse: Eliza Jane POWER. Samuel Work BOYD and Eliza Jane POWER were married on 18 Apr 1834 in Of, Fayette, Pennsylvania.3,38 Reference Number:421734

Spouse: Sarah PATTON. Samuel Work BOYD and Sarah PATTON were married on 12 Sep 1837.3,281 Reference Number:421741
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Married by Rev. Noah H. Gillette Children were: James BOYD, Eliza Jane BOYD, Thomas Patton BOYD, Harriet Ann BOYD.


Samuel Works BOYD3,1359,1360 was born on 29 May 1857 in Washington Court House, Fayette County, Ohio.3 He died on 19 May 1929 in Lamoine Township, Mcdonough County, Illinois.3 He is reference number 23051. Parents: Benjamin BOYD and Mary LOWDERMAN.

Spouse: Eveline S. WHITE. Samuel Works BOYD and Eveline S. WHITE were married on 23 Jul 1879.3 Reference Number:459081 Children were: Ona Pearl BOYD, Mary Iona BOYD, Elizabeth Ellen BOYD.


Samujel BOYD3,1284 was born about 1808.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 37229. Parents: Alexander BOYD and SARAH.


Sandra BOYD.3 Parents: Aden BOYD and Jane PAVKO.


Sanford BOYD3,38 was born on 11 Apr 1852 in <, Guernsey, Ohio>.3,38 He died on 30 Aug 1931 in , Henry, Iowa.3,38 He was buried Unknown in , Henry, Iowa.3,38 He is reference number 22023. Parents: Thomas BOYD and Elizabeth ABLES.


Sanford Cleo BOYD3,38 was born in Feb 1880 in Iowa.3,38 He was also known as Sanford Boyd.3,449 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 20232. He has Ancestral File Number 1Q7K-PLX. Parents: John D. BOYD and Sarah Jane WRIGHT.


Sara BOYD3,178 was born after 1860.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 43136. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Ethnicity/Relig.]3 Parents: Hillard BOYD and Amanda WOODS.


Sara Adline BOYD3,345,460 was born on 28 Mar 1869.3,345,460 She died Unknown.3,460 She is reference number 77178. Parents: James Smith BOYD and Martha Locke POPLIN.


Sara Alice BOYD3,396,487 was born on 16 Mar 1865.3,396,487 She died on 16 May 1936.3,396,487 She is reference number 36187. Parents: Elias Butler BOYD and Mary Margaret CALLIHAN.

Spouse: John Wade RITTER. John Wade RITTER and Sara Alice BOYD were married WFT Est 1881-1910.3,396 Reference Number:677098 Children were: Twin RITTER, Frances Elizabeth Susan RITTER, Margaret Naomi RITTER, Pear Rose RITTER, Helen Eunice RITTER.


Sara Amelia BOYD3,483 was born on 17 Jul 1883.3,483 She died on 19 Oct 1950.3,483 She is reference number 59310. Parents: Robert Jefferson BOYD and Susan E. DAVIS.

Spouse: Horace KERR. Horace KERR and Sara Amelia BOYD were married. Reference Number:993782


Sara Elizabeth BOYD3,95 was born on 18 Jul 1885 in .3 She died on 18 Sep 1886.3 She is reference number 54765. She has Ancestral File Number 1GLM-56K. Parents: Andrew Jackson BOYD and Martha THOMPSON.


Sara Jeanette BOYD2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 45338. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution," Vol. 37, p.205. (a ) Lineage of Mrs. Sarah Billings Smith Seydel 37573.

! Birth: (1a) d/o Edward BOYD/Sarah Billings POND.
Marriage to Isaac Chauncey SMITH: (1a) Parents: Edward BOYD and Sarah Billings POND.

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