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Thomas BOYD3,206 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 5297.

Spouse: Alice PILES. Thomas BOYD and Alice PILES were married on 2 Nov 1897 in Ripley Co. MO.3,206 Reference Number:105222


Thomas BOYD3,1257 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 25372. Parents: John BOYD and Agnes COOPER.


Thomas BOYD2,3 died Between 1803-1804 in Middletown, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He is reference number 31040. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania Will Bk 1, p.191. FHL #858,898.

!Marriage to Mary __: (1)
Death: (1) Will dtd 11 Nov 1803, proved 20 Jun 1804, Allegheny Co., PA.

(1) 1803, 11 Nov: Thomas Boyd of Midle Town, Allegheny Co., PA, wrote his will.
Named wife Mary, daughters Martha, Catharine, Sarah and Mary; sons James,
Robert, Thomas and Joseph.

Spouse: Mary. Children were: Martha BOYD, Thomas BOYD, Robert BOYD, James BOYD, Sarah BOYD, Catharine BOYD, Joseph BOYD, Mary BOYD.


Thomas BOYD.3 Parents: Thomas BOYD and Mary.


Thomas BOYD2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 32514. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Marriage Records of Highland Co., Ohio (1805-1880)," comp. by David N.
McBride and Jane N. McBride (Southern OH Gen. Soc., 1981) p.24.

!Marriage to Anna Miller: (1) 1 Jan 1829, Highland Co., OH, by George Bell,
J.P.. Bride's father, unnamed, gives consent.

Spouse: Anna MILLER. Thomas BOYD and Anna MILLER were married on 1 Jan 1829 in , Highland Co., Ohio.2,3 Reference Number:612455


Thomas BOYD3,964 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 33719. Parents: George BOYD and Jane HEPBURN.


Thomas BOYD3,964 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 33732. He was in Blacksmith.3,964

Spouse: Janet KIDD. Thomas BOYD and Janet KIDD were married on 9 Nov 1771 in Whitekirk, East Lothian.3,964,1283 Reference Number:635432 Children were: Alexander BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,109 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 43497. Parents: Benjamin BOYD and Elenor Taylor WILLIAMS.


Thomas BOYD2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 44068. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Record of Wills in Lewis County, Kentucky 1805-1899," comp. by Annie Walker Burn, p.1 5-16.

! Birth: (1) s/o John BOYD.

(1) 1817, 28 Oct: John BOYD of Lewis Co., KY wrote his will. The residue of my real and per sonal estates to be divided equally amongst my four sons: John, Wilson, James, Thomas and Sam uel Gibson BOYD after deducting my wife Polly's third. Appoint John BOYD and James BOYD my ex ecutors with my wife Polly. Parents: John BOYD and Mary "Polly" GIBSON.


Thomas BOYD.3


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Thomas BOYD2,3 was born in , Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 44523. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Thomas Boyd 1692-1768 and his Descendants, From Lancaster to Lafayette," by Phyllis B oyd Laborde (1976) p.18. FHL 929.273 B692l.

! Birth: (1) s/o John BOYD.

(1) 1799, 4 Jan: (2) John BOYD of Drumore Twp. wrote his will. Named sons Stephen, Nicholas , John, Samuel, Cooper and Thomas. Parents: John BOYD and Agnes COOPER.


Thomas BOYD.3


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Thomas BOYD.3


Thomas BOYD.3


Thomas BOYD2,3 was also known as The Surveyor. He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 44932. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "A Family History, Boyds & Connected Families, Early Settlers, Central Savannah Rive r Area of Georgia and South Carolina," by John Wright Boyd, p.6. FHL book 929.273 B692bj.
(2) "Immigrants to New England, 1700-1775," by Ethel Stanwood Bolton, p.20-21. FHL book 974 .w2b. Cites: (a) Greene's Boothbay," p.504.

! Birth: (1,2) s/o Samuel BOYD of Bristol, ME. (2) Called "The Surveyor" to distinguish him. Parents: Samuel BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 44943. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "A Family History, Boyds & Connected Families, Early Settlers, Central Savannah Rive r Area of Georgia and South Carolina," by John Wright Boyd, p.6. FHL book 929.273 B692bj.

! Birth: (1) s/o James BOYD/Jean. Parents: James BOYD and Jean.


Thomas BOYD2,3 was born in , , Pennsylvania.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 45034. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "The Boyd Family...," by Scott Lee Boyd (Santa Barbara, CA, by author, 1935) p.49. FH L 929.273 B692bs.

! Birth: (1) s/o Robert BOYD/Elizabeth LARIMER. Parents: Robert BOYD and Elizabeth LARIMER.


Dr. Thomas BOYD.3

Spouse: Sarah GRAHAM. Children were: John Thomas BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3 died Between 1803-1804 in Middletown, Allegheny Co., PA.2,3 He is reference number 45918. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) Allegheny Co., PA Will Bk 1, p.191. FHL #858,898.

!Marriage to Mary __: (1)
Death: (1) Will dtd 11 Nov 1803, proved 20 Jun 1804, Allegheny Co., PA.

(1) 1803, 11 Nov: Thomas Boyd of Midle Town, Allegheny Co., PA, wrote his will.
Named wife Mary, daughters Martha, Catharine, Sarah and Mary; sons James,
Robert, Thomas and Joseph.

Spouse: Mary. Children were: Catharine BOYD, Joseph BOYD, Thomas BOYD, Robert BOYD, Sarah BOYD, James BOYD, Martha BOYD, Mary BOYD.


Thomas BOYD.3 Parents: Thomas BOYD and Mary.


Thomas BOYD.3


Thomas BOYD2,3 died Between 1790-1791 in , Berkeley Co., Virginia.2,3 He is reference number 46458. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) Berkeley Co., WV Deeds. (a) Bk 8, p.46. FHL film 829,882. (b) Bk 9, p.213. FHL film 82 9,883. (c) Bk 10, p.73. FHL film 829,883. (d) Bk 10, p.99. FHL film 829,883. (e) Bk 10, p.256 . FHL film 829,883.

(1a) 1787, 16 Oct: William BOYD of Berkeley Co., VA deeds to Thomas BOYD, for 9 pounds, a q uarter of that lot of land known by #179, King Street, granted to James SMITH by Adam STEPHEN .
(1b) 1790, 16 Feb: John COONS and Catherine his wife of Berkeley Co., VA deed to Thomas BOY D of the same place, for 10 pounds, lot #13 in James Town on Winchester Street. Thomas BOY D of Berkeley Co., VA "am held and firmly bound unto" Joseph BOYD of the same place for 100 p ounds, 26 Aug 1788, for a lot of ground in Martinsburgh with a two storey log house. Wits. Ma rgaret BOYD, John SHOBER.
(1c) 1791, 19 Oct: Joseph BOYD heir by law of the estate of Thomas BOYD deceased of Berkele y Co., VA, deeds to John ROBINSON, for 40 pounds, one quarter of that lot of land known by #1 79 on Kings Street, gramted to James SMITH by Adam STEPHEN.
(1d) 1791, 20 Dec: Joseph BOYD heir at law of Thomas BOYD deceased of Berkeley Co., VA deed s to Robert DANIEL of the same place, for 12 pounds, Lot #13 on Winchester St., in James Town , Berkeley Co., VA.
(1e) 1792, 15 May: William BOYD of Berkeley Co., VA deeds to John MAN of the same place, fo r 28 pounds, on fourth of lot #179 in the town of Martinsburg on the west side of Queen Stree t, and on Back Street.

Children were: Joseph BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,281 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 52775.

Spouse: Jane HILLIS. Thomas BOYD and Jane HILLIS were married. Reference Number:915786 Children were: Robert BOYD, John BOYD, BOYD, William BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,281 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 52912. Parents: John BOYD and Rebecca Stuart ROGERS.


Thomas BOYD3,547 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 57331. Parents: Thomas Henry BOYD and Mary Ann ELLIS.


Thomas BOYD3,483 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 59156. [boyd-trees.ged]







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[Myged#1.ftw] Parents: John Montgomery BOYD and Louise L HOLM.


Thomas BOYD3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 60275.

Spouse: Sarah SHERLOCK. Thomas BOYD and Sarah SHERLOCK were married. Reference Number:425221 Children were: James BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,396 was born WFT Est 1849-1864.3,396 He died WFT Est 1854-1949.3,396 He is reference number 67572. Parents: Robert Jackson BOYD and Adiline MASON.


Thomas BOYD3,145 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 77585. Parents: William BOYD and Roxiena SMITH.


Thomas BOYD3,145 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 77644. Parents: James H. BOYD and Harriet L..


Thomas BOYD3,626 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 92036. Parents: Thomas BOYD and Mary Jane VINCENT.


Lord Thomas BOYD3,1203,1280 died in 1611 in Kilmarnock, Scotland.3,1203,1280 He is reference number 25614. Parents: Master Of Boyd Robert BOYD and Lady Jean KERR.

Children were: 9th Lord Boyd James BOYD.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He died in 1696.3 He was also known as Thomas Boyd.3,38 He was born in Of Dublin.3 He is reference number 1330.

Spouse: Mary LOFTUS. Thomas BOYD and Mary LOFTUS were married. Reference Number:30640 Children were: Letitia BOYD.

Spouse: Mary LOFTUS. Thomas BOYD and Mary LOFTUS were married in 1653 in Rathfarnham, Dublin, Ireland.3 Reference Number:30641 Children were: Thomas BOYDE, Adam BOYDE, Charles BOYDE, Anne BOYDE, Jane BOYDE, Letitia BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3 died on 12 Apr 1777 in Hempfield Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He is reference number 44528. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Thomas Boyd 1692-1768 and his Descendants, From Lancaster to Lafayette," by Phyllis B oyd Laborde (1976) p.17. FHL 929.273 B692l.
(2) Lancaster Co., PA Will Bk C, p.423. FHL film 21,355.

! Marriage to Jane __: (1) Named wife Jane in will.
Death: (1,2) 12 Apr 1777.

(1) Thomas BOYD of Hempfield Twp., Lancaster Co., PA left property to his wife Jane. Wits . Thomas WALLOW and John NEAL testified that Thomas BOYD did declare his wife and her childre n were to be left everything. Samuel WRIGHT was the witness present. (2) Thomas WALKER and Jo hn NEAL attended Thomas BOYD late of Hempfield Twp., Lancaster Co. in his last sickness befor e his death on 12 Apr 1777. He left it all to his wife Jane BOYD and her children.


Thomas BOYD2,3 died on 10 Mar 1800 in , Augusta Co., Virginia.2,3 He is reference number 44655. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) Augusta Co., VA Wills, Bk 1, p.244. FHL film 30,314.
(2) Augusta Co., VA Deeds. (a) Book 31 p.90. FHL film #30354.
(3) "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Extracted from the Original Cou rt Records of Augusta County 1745-1800," by Lyman Chalkley (1912; rpt. Genealogical Pub. Co. , Baltimore, 1966) Vol. 1, p.130, 428, 520; Vol. 2, p.27, 137, 254, 315, 354, 391; Vol. 3, p. 202, 214. Cites: (a) Order Bk XXIV. (b) Order Book X, p.130. (c) Circuit Court Records, Orde r Book XXIV. (d) Circuit Court Records, Section I, Judgements, O.S. 168, N.S. 59. (e) Circui t Court Records, Section I, Judgements, O.S. 375; N.S. 137. (f) Administrator's Bonds. (g) Wi ll Bk 7, p.81, 318.
(4) "First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia 1785-1813" (D.A.R., Augusta Co., VA , 1970) p.25.

! Birth: (1,3a,d) s/o Andrew BOYD. (3c) Related to the WHITEs of KY through his mother. (3d ) Eldest son.
Marriage to Elizabeth HUSTON: (3) Thomas BOYD, Bachelor, and James HOUSTON, surety, gave bo nd for marriage of Thomas BOYD and Elizabeth HUSTON, spinster, daughter of Mary HOUSTON, wh o gave consent. Teste: John BURK. (3,4) 5 Oct 1795, Augusta Co., VA, by Rev. Archibald SCOTT .
Death: (3a) 10 Mar 1800, intestate, without issue, Augusta Co., VA..

(1) 1749, 26 Feb: Andrew BOYD of Augusta Co., VA wrote his will. Names wife Rebecca, sons T homas and John, cousin John WHITE.
(3b) 1766, 18 Nov: Thomas BOYD and 248 acres added to titheables, Augusta Co., VA.
(3g) 1788, 20 Aug: Thomas FULTON, Thomas BOYD and William VERNUM witness the will of Rober t CAMPBELL, hatter, Augusta Co., VA.
(3a) 1792, 13 Feb: Thomas BOYD was one of the jurors who found Alex. SPROUL guilty of unlaw fully making a forcible entry into the house and possession of George ALMARODE, with arms, an d does continue to keep out the said ALMARODE, to his hurt and damage, Augusta Co., VA.
(3g) 1793, Dec: Thomas FULTON and Thomas BOYD prove will of Robert CAMPBELL, Augusta Co., V A.
(3g) 1798, 13 Jan: Robert SHAW, John HALL and Thomas BOYD witness the will of John DAVIDSON , Augusta Co., VA.
(3g) 1798, 16 Oct: Robert SHAW and Thomas BOYD prove will of John DAVIDSON, Augusta Co., VA .
(3f) 1800, 28 Apr: George REED, administrator of Thomas BOYD's estate, Augusta Co., VA. (3 a) Thomas BOYD, son of Andrew BOYD, died intestate, 10 Mar 1800, without issue, and his heir s were the heirs of John WHITE, nephew of Andrew BOYD.
(2a) 1800, 27 Jun: James WHITE of Jessamin Co., KY for himself & Joseph McFARLAND & Margare t his wife, William McFARLAND & Rebeckah his wife, Robert SNODGRASS & Mary his wife, John WHI TE, Nathaniel WHITE, Easther WHITE, David GREENLEE & Jinney his wife all of the state of Kent ucky except David GREENLEE & Jinny his wife who are of VA, by James WHITE their attorney in f act, deed to Philip SINK of Augusta Co., VA. Whereas Thomas BOYD dec'd., late of Augusta Co. , did in his lifetime sell to SINK and in his lifetime did not make any conveyance, the abov e grantees, heirs of Thomas BOYD, confirm the sale of 25 acres, 3 rods, for 51 pounds, 10 shi llings, corner to George CAMPBELL, bounded by land which Thomas BOYD dec'd died seized of whi ch this is a part.
(3d) 1808, Jun: WHITE vs. MOORE, Augusta Co., VA Circuit Court. Bill, June, 1808. Complaina nts are, viz: John, Nathaniel, James, William WHITE, Margaret (WHITE), wife of James McFARLAN D, Rebecca (WHITE), wife of William McFARLAND, Mary (WHITE), wife of Robert SNODGRASS, Davi d GREENLEE and his children (infants), heir of their mother Jane, who was Jane WHITE, all bei ng heirs and legal representatives of John WHITE, who was only heir-at-law and legal represen tative of Thomas BOYD, who was son of Andrew BOYD, who died many years ago, leaving a tract i n Augusta County, 240 acres. Andrew died testate in Augusta, devising to his wife and sons, T homas and John. Andrew's widow died intestate and her part descended to Thomas, the eldest so n. After Andrew's death, a patent issued in Andrew's name for an entry of his for 115 acres , but some one struck out Andrew and inserted John. John died testate, without issue, devisin g his lands to his wife, Elizabeth, for her life, with reversion to her son, John VARNUM. The n Thomas BOYD died intestate, leaving complainants his heirs. But Elizabeth BOYD and Willia m MOORE, who bought claim of VARNUM, set up an adverse claim. Answer says Andrew BOYD died 17 50. A patent for the 115 acres issued in 1759 in name of John, when he was not more than 12 o r 15 years old. Andrew BOYD's will dated 26th February, 1749, proved in Augusta 22d May, 1750 , to cousin, John WHITE, if he came here to live. Wife, Rebecca.
(3c) 1816, Sep: Timothy HARTIGAN vs. Thomas BOYD's adminsitrator, Augusta Co., VA Circuit C ourt. Bond between plaintiff and defendant, dated 1797. Writ endorses. T. BOYD is dead; sui t wished in name of his administrator. George REED is administrator of BOYD, who died intesta te. People of name of WHITE, in Kentucky, are his heirs. BOYD was related to the WHITEs throu gh his mother.
(3e) VERNUM vs. VERNUM, Augusta Co., VA Circuit Court. Bill by William VERNUM, that on 29t h August, 1797, John VERNUM, orator's brother, contracted with orator to build a house for or ator on a lot in Greensville, but John shortly after removed to Kentucky, but before removin g John sold to William MOORE, of Rockbridge, all his interest in land in Augusta devised to h im by John BOYD. John died in Kentucky, and administration was granted to John HAWKINS and El izabeth VERNUM, now Elizabeth FOSTER. Patented 1759 to John BOYD, 115 acres in Augusta, corne r Thos. BOYD. Patented 1743 to Andrew BOYD, 240 acres in Orange, on the west side of Blue Rid ge, on branch of Stony Creek, Mr. BURDEN's road. Parents: Andrew BOYD and Rebecca.


Thomas BOYD2,3 died before 3 Mar 1804 in , Loudoun Co., Virginia.2,3 He is reference number 45081. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) Loudon Co., VA Deeds. (a) Bk 2E, p.11-19. FHL film 32,311. (b) Bk 2E, p.51-55. FHL fil m 32,311.
(2) "Loudoun County, Virginia Will Book B," p.96. FHL book 975.528 P2sp, V2-3. Cites: (a) p .364.
(3) "Loudoun County, Virginia Deed Book K 1774-1775," p.5. FHL book 975.528 R2sV6. Cites : (a) p.35-39.
(4) "Loudoun County, Virginia Deeds, 1787-1788," p.80. FHL book 975.528 R2s V.13. Cites: ( a) p.192-194.

! Birth: (1a) Brother of James BOYD, Nancy KEMP, William BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD, John BOYD, an d Jane BOYD. (2a) s/o William BOYD. (3a) 5th s/o William BOYD.
Death: (1a) Intestate before 3 Mar 1804, Loudoun Co., VA.

(3a) 1773, 21 Dec: Thomas Ludwell LEE demise and let to farm to William BOYD Senr. all tha t tenement lying in Loudoun Co., VA containing 300 acres during the natural life of William B OYD third son, James BOYD fourth son and Thomas BOYD fifth son of him the said William BOYD S enr.
(2a) 1780, 21 Nov: William BOYD of Loudoun Co., VA made his will. Gives to loving wife Jan e BOYD her spinning wheels, her checkReal, 1 bed & furniture formerly called her Bed, one Ha ckle, at her own disposal. Also one third part of my estate during her natural life and at he r decease half of the said thirds to John BOYD my son and the residue to be divided among m y five chilren William, Betty, Nancy, James and Thomas & no more and as a full and ample comp ensation of my whole estate and for all services done by them.
(4a) 1787, 27 Aug: Thomas BOYD witnessed deed of Mary MONKHOUSE, widow, and William ANSLE Y & Ann his wife of Loudoun Co., VA to Matthew WEATHERBY of Loundon Co., proved same day at L oudoun Co., VA court.
(1a) 1804, 3 Mar: We James BOYD, John KEMP and Nancy his wife late Nancy BOYD, John BOYD, W illiam BOYD and John BOYD as guardian of Elizabeth BOYD, which John, William and Elizabeth ar e children of William BOYD, dec'd , William WATSON and Polly his wife late Polly BOYD, a daug hter of Elizabeth BOYD, and George ROSE and Jane his wife late Jane BOYD, daughter and repres entative of John BOYD deceased, and the said persons for and on behalf of William BELL, son o f Jane BOYD deceased who are the legal distributees of the estate of Thomas BOYD deceased, d o hereby authorize and appoint Charles BINNS of the county of Loudon for us and in our name s to advertise and make sale of the land late the property of the said Thomas BOYD deceased a nd to perform all writings necessary towards affecting the same... Signed James BOYD, John K EMP, John BOYD, William WATSON, Geo. ROSE, John BOYD guard. of Elizabeth, William BOYD. Wits . Jas. HAMILTON, Josiah MOFFETT Junr., George HAMMAT. Acknowledged 10 Apr 1804, Loudon Co., V A.
(1b) 1804, 29 Mar: Wilson Cary SELDON and Nelly his wife of Loudoun Co., VA, deed to Jame s BOYD, John KEMP and Nancy his wife, John BOYD, William BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD, William WATSO N and Polly his wife, Geo. ROSE and Jane his wife, and William BELL, who are the legal repres entatives of Thomas BOYD deceased, for $620, all that piece or parcel of land situate in Loud oun Co., beginning at a corner of Thomas BOYD's former purchase from the said Wilson C. SELDO N, to W. Thomas SWANN's line near the center of the road leading from Leesburg to Noland's fe rry, with W. SWANN's lines to W. SWANN's corner in BALL's line, with BALL's line to a corne r of BOYD's former purchase; with same to the beginning, containing 31 acres. Wits. C. BINNS , Alex. COOPER Jr., Wm. COLLOR.
(1a) 1804, 30 Mar: James BOYD, John KEMP, John BOYD, William BOYD, William WATSON, Georg e ROSE and John BOYD as guardian of Elizabeth BOYD and for and on behalf of William BELL wh o are all the legal representatives of Thomas BOYD deceased do hereby agree that the Negroe w oman called Anne late the property of the said Thomas BOYD deceased who is an incumbrance sha ll be put up and sold to the lowest bidder that is to the person among us who will take the l east sum and maintain her during her life which we agree shall be added to his proportion o f the estate of the said Thomas BOYD deceased. Signed James BOYD, John KEMP, John BOYD, Willi am BOYD, Wm. WATSON, Geo. ROSE. Which said Negro was accordingly sold and James BOYD became t he purchaser at 5 pounds currency. Acknowledged 10 Apr 1804, Loudon Co., VA.
(1a) 1804, 10 Apr: James BOYD and Sinah his wife, John KEMP and Nancy his wife, John BOYD , William BOYD, William WATSON and Polly his wife, George ROSE and Jane his wife of Loudon Co ., VA deed to Presley CORDELL of the same place, for $2,300, all those two tracts or parcel s of land situate, lying and being in the county aforesiad and bounded as follows, to wit: Be ginning for the first tract conveyed by Wilson C. SELDON and Nelley his wife to Thomas BOYD d eceased to whom they are the legal representatives by deed bearing date 5 Oct 1797 and duly r ecorded in the Court of the said county, at several small black oak bushes in the dividing li ne between the said Wilson Cary SELDON and Burges BALL, thence with the line of the lot latel y sold by the said Wilson Cary SELDON to the said Burges BALL... containing 100 acres 2 rood s 34 1/2 perches; the other tract conveyed to the representatives of the said Thomas BOYD dec eased by the said Wilson C. SELDON and Nelly his wife bearing date 29 of this month in the pr esent year, beginning at a corner of Thomas BOYD's former purchase from the said Wilson C. SE LDON, to W. SWANN's line near the center of the road leading from Leesburg to Noland's Ferry , to a W. SWANN's corner in BALL's line, to a corner of the said BOYD's former purchase, cont aining 31 acres. Signed James BOYD, Sinah (her mark) BOYD, John KEMP, Nancy (her mark) KEMP , John BOYD, William BOYD, William WATSON, Polly (her mark) WATSON, Geo. ROSE, Jane (her mark ) ROSE. Acknowledged same date.
(1a) 1804, 10 Apr: James BOYD, John KEMP, John BOYD, William BOYD, William WATSON and Georg e ROSE are held firmly bound unto Presley CORDELL for $4,600. Whereas Thomas BOYD of Loudon C o., VA, hath lately departed this life intestate, leaving real property in the said county o f Loudon containing 131 acres, 2 roods, 24 1/2 poles, and James BOYD his brother, John KEMP w ho intermarried with Nancy BOYD, a sister of the said Thomas BOYD deceased, John BOYD, Willia m BOYD and BOYD, which John, William and Elizabeth are children of William BOYD deceased, ano ther brother of the said Thomas BOYD deceased, William WATSON who intermarried with Polly BOY D a daughter of Elizabeth BOYD another sister of the said Thomas BOYD deceased, George ROSE w ho intermarried with Jane BOYD a daughter of John BOYD deceased another brother of the said T homas BOYD deceased, and William BELL alias BOYD a son of Jane BOYD deceased another of the s isters of the said Thomas BOYD deceased, his legal representatives and heirs at law, and wher eas the said John BOYD, John KEMP and Nancy his wife, John BOYD, William BOYD, William WATSO N and Polly his wife, George ROSE and Jane his wife have made a sale and executed a deed of c onveyance for the said real property to the above bound Presley CORDELL which said deed bear s date in this 10 Apr in the present year and whereas one of the said representatives to wi t Elizabeth BOYD was at the time of executing the conveyance aforesaid and still is an infan t under the age of 21 years, therefore incapable in law of joining in that conveyance of th e said land and William BELL the son of Jane BOYD another of the representatives of the sai d Thomas BOYD deceased is now absent and has not been heard of by any of the other representa tives for 7 years last past. Now the condition of the above obligation is such that if the sa id Elizabeth BOYD do and shall after attaining the age of 21 years or whenever thereafter req uired by the above named Presley CORDELL his heirs or assigns by a good and sufficient deed o f conveyance convey to the said Presley CORDELL his heirs or assigns all her right title an d interest in the land mentioned and described in the deed above mentioned and further shoul d the said William BELL be in existance and the said William BELL being thereunto afterward s required by the above named Presley CORDELL his heirs or assigns by a good and sufficient d eed of conveyance convey to the said Presley CORDELL his heirs or assigns all his right titl e and interest in the land mentioned and described in the deed above mentioned, then the abov e obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force, power & virtue. Signed James BOYD , John BOYD, John BOYD, William BOYD, Wm. (his mark) WATSON, Geo. ROSE. Acknowledged same dat e, Loudon Co., VA.
(1a) 1804, 10 Apr: James BOYD, John KEMP, John BOYD, William BOYD, William WATSON and Georg e ROSE of Loudoun Co., for $453 paid by James BOYD, we do hereby acknowledge have this day ex posed Negro James alias Jim at public sale and the said James BOYD became the purchaser.. Sig ned James BOYD, John BOYD, William BOYD, William WATSON, Geo. ROSE. Parents: William BOYD and Jane.


Thomas BOYD3,38,405,1203,1280 was born about 1320 in Of, Kilmarnock, Renfrewshire, Scotland.3,405 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,1203,1280 He died WFT Est 1363-1412.3,405 He is reference number 98192. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3 [boyd-trees.ged]











E1 Sir Thomas Boyd, second Feudal Baron of Kilmarnock, b 13xx, d after Oct
1346, m 13xx, wife unknown, and had issue:-
[Lived: ]- He flourished in the reign of David Bruce. He had a grant from King David II (1329-1371) of the forfeiture of William Carpentar. Afterwards accompanied David to the Battle of Neville's Cross, near Durham, 17 October 1346 where he was taken prisoner.

E1 Sir Thomas Boyd, second Feudal Baron of Kilmarnock, b 12xx, d 13xx, living 17/10/1346. Parents: Robert BOYD.

Children were: Sir Thomas BOYD, William BOYD, Robert BOYD.


Sir Thomas BOYD3,38,405,1203,1280 was born about 1360 in Kilmarnock, Renfrew, Scotland.3,38,405 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,1543 He died in 1410.3,1203,1280 He is reference number 25608. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,405 [boyd-trees.ged]











Probably built keep of Dean Castle
Captured by English at Battle of Neville's Cross 1346
F1 Sir Thomas Boyd, third Feudal Baron of Kilmarnock, b 13xx d 14xx, living 1409, m 13xx, Lady Alice Gifford, 2nd daughter and co-heir of Hugh Gifford ] of Yester, and had issue:-
[Lived: ]- Designated Dominus de Kilmarnock, had been guilty of the slaughter of Neilson of Dalrymple in feud, for which he obtained a remission from Robert, Duke of Albany, who was Governor of Scotland 1409. He married the daughter and co-heiress of Sir John Gifford, Lord of Yester, and by her had a great accession of fortune. Sir Thomas De Haya, of Locherworth, Sheriff of Peebles, living c1357, married Joanna, eldest daughter and co-heir of Hugh Gifford, of Yester, and with her acquired a part of the lands of Yester. The Marquess of Tweeddale's (David Hay) eldest son is called Earl of Gifford. While in the second of the Arms of the Marquess are the Arms of Gifford of Yester. I understand it was common at this time when a family had no surviving sons that the father's Arms were incorporated into the husband of the eldest daughter.

F1 Sir Thomas Boyd, third Feudal Baron of Kilmarnock, b 13xx, d 14xx, living 1409. Parents: Thomas BOYD.

Spouse: Alice GIFFORD. Sir Thomas BOYD and Alice GIFFORD were married about 1384 in Of Yester, Peebles, Scot..3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,405 Reference Number:29614 Children were: Sir Thomas BOYD.


Sir Thomas BOYD3,38,405 was born about 1385 in Kilmarnock, Renfrew, Scotland.3,38,405 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,1203,1280 He died on 7 Jul 1432.3,38,405 He was also known as Thomas Boyd.3,38,1203,1280 He was buried Unknown in Kilmarnock, Renfrew, Scot..3,38 He is reference number 1183. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Comment 1]3,1543 [boyd-trees.ged]











Dnus de Kylmornowe died 7 Jul 1432 Scotland. Acted as hostage for King James I, who had been held prisoner for 19 years. Thomas was held in England from 1424-1426. The King was released on the promise of the Scots to pay a ransom of 40,000 pounds. The payment was never made. The King wasted the money raised for the hostage release. http://www.concentric.net/~Lboyd/d539.htm

G1 Sir Thomas Boyd, fourth Feudal Baron of Kilmarnock, b 13xx (Kilmarnock), d 7/7/1432, bu Kilmarnock, m 14xx, Joanna Montgomery, said to be daughter of Sir John Montogomery of Ardrossan by his 2nd wife Margaret Maxwell who was dau of Robert Maxwell of Caerlaverock, b 13xx (Ardrossan), d 14xx, bu Kilmarnock, and had issue:-
[Lived: ]- He was a man of distinguished abilities, who made a great figure during the reign of King James I.He was a hostage for the ransom of King James I in 1423 along with Sir John Montgomerie of Eaglesham and Eglinton (usually designed "of Ardrossan"). His revenue at this time was estimated at 500 merks. He was confined in Dover Castle, being sent there from Fotheringay and later exchanged at York Castle 16 June 1425.

G1 Sir Thomas Boyd, fourth Feudal Baron of Kilmarnock, b 13xx, d 7/7/1432. Parents: Sir Thomas BOYD and Alice GIFFORD.

Spouse: Joanna MONTGOMERY. Sir Thomas BOYD and Joanna MONTGOMERY were married about 1404 in Of Ardrossan, Ayr., Scot..3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,405 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,1203,1280 Reference Number:29596 Children were: Sir Thomas BOYD, Abbot Of Kilwinning William BOYD.


Sir Thomas BOYD3,38,405,1203,1280 was born about 1405 in Of, Kilmarnock, Renfrewshire, Scotland.3,38,405 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Comment 1]3,1543 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Comment 2]3,1543 He died on 9 Jul 1439.3,1203,1280 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,38,405 He is reference number 25607. [boyd-trees.ged]











Killed Sir Alan Stewart at Falkirk 1439
Himself killed in revenge by Alexander Stewart at Battle of Graignaught Hill, Renfrewshire 1439

born Scotland. died 9 Jul 1439 Scotland. In 1439 he killed Sir Alan Stuart at Polmaise Thorn, between Falkirk and Lenlithgow. In revenge, Thomas was killed 9 Jul 1439 by Alexander Stuart at Craighaught, Renfrewshire. http://www.concentric.net/~Lboyd/d538.htm

H1 Sir Thomas Boyd, fifth Feudal Baron of Kilmarnock, b 14xx, k 9/7/1439, m 14xx, Lady Isobel, and had issue:-
[Lived: ]- One of the first acts of King James I. on his return to Scotland was to order the arrest of Sir Walter Stewart, eldest son of the Regent, Malcom Fleming of Cumbernauld, and Thomas Boyd, younger of Kilmarnock, 13 May 1424, on the charge of having wasted the Crown rents. Boyd was confined at
Dalkeith, and shortly afterwards released on paying certain fines to the royal Exchequer. He occurs as Baille of Duchael 16 July 1437.

He killed Sir Alan Stewart of Gartullie at Falkirk in 1439. He himself was killed in revenge by Sir Alexander Stewart at Craignaught Hill, Renfrewshire 9 July 1439. It would appear that many on both sides died (can a list of those killed be obtained?). It would appear that their was a feud between the Boyds and the Stewarts (Is it known what it was about?)

H1 Sir Thomas Boyd, fifth Feudal Baron of Kilmarnock, b 14xx, k 9/7/1439. Parents: Sir Thomas BOYD and Joanna MONTGOMERY.

Spouse: Lady ISABEL. Sir Thomas BOYD and Lady ISABEL were married about 1424 in Of Kilmarnock, Renfrew, Scotland.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,405 Reference Number:29654 Children were: Margaret BOYD, 1st Lord Boyd Robert BOYD, Alexander BOYD, Marion Janet BOYD.


Earl Of Arran Thomas BOYD3,38,565 was born in 1446 in Of, Kilmarnock, Renfrewshire, Scotland.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,565 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,565 He died about 1473 in , Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3 He was also known as Thomas Boyd.3,38 He is reference number 5867. [boyd-trees.ged]











Made Earl of Arran and married Mary, sister of James III, 1467.
Fled to Europe after being accused of treason 1469.

J1 Thomas Boyd, Earl of Arran (created on 26/4/1467), b 14xx, d Antwerp, likely before 1474.

Robert's son, Thomas Master of Boyd and Earl of Arran, is conjectured to have died before 1474. He having excepted capture at Edinburgh fled to Denmark. While Robert probably died almost certainly before 14 October 1482 when the title and estates were restored to his grandson, James. (p 145)

J1 Thomas Boyd, Master of Boyd, created Earl of Arran in 1467, b 14xx, d 147x, the date of his death is unknown but is conjectured to have occurred before 1474. It is said he died in Antwerp, where a magnificant monument was erected to his memory. m before 26 April 1467, the Lady Mary Stewart, eldest sister of King James III (then a minor) bc 1450 dc 1488, (her marriage to Thomas was declared null and void after his death, and she was compelled to marry 1474, James, 1st Lord Hamilton, whose descendants later became Duke's of Abercorn - see Burke's Peerage, 1970 ed.) and had issue by both men.
[Lived: ]- First mentioned in 1467 when married to the Lady Mary, eldest sister of the reigning King (then a minor), James III. and created Earl of Arran by charter dated 26 April 1467. Four charters being simultaneous granted, 26 April 1467, to Thomas, Master of Boyd, the designed Earl, and Mary, his wife. The FIRST of these conveyed the isle of Arran, within the sheriffdom of Bute; the SECOND the lands of Stewartoun, Tarrinzean, Turnbery, and Risedalemure, in Ayrshire, and Meikle Cumrey, in Bute; the THIRD Cavertoun, in Roxburghshire, Teling in Forfarshire, Polgavy, in Perthshire, and the LAST Kilmarnock, Dalry, Kilbride, Nodesdale, Monfodd and Flat, in Ayrshire, and Naristoun, in Lanarkshire, on the resignation of his father.

In 1468 was one of the Commissioners appointed to visit foreign courts to select a wife for the King - James III. A marriage treaty having been arranged with the Princess Margaret of Denmark, he proceeded with a noble train to escort her to Scotland. Returning July 1469, his wife advised him of the downfall of this family. He immediately sailed back to Denmark, on a Dannish ship, with his wife, where he met with a noble reception suitable to his high birth and real merit. He was attainted along with his father and uncle 22 November 1469. The Earl of Arran, though absent, and that on the King's and public business of great importance, was, without a hearing, declared a public enemy, and all his estates confiscated.

"He travelled thence through Germany into France; where he prevailed on Louis XI to attempt his reconciliation with his Royal brother-in-law, but without success. He then left the French Court, and went to Charles, Duke of Burgundy, who received him graciously, and accepted his services in the war he was then waging with his rebellious subjects. Finding him a brave and wise man, he honoured and supported him and Lady Mary in a manner becoming their rank;- whereupon King James wrote over to Flanders, and recalled his sister." This same source goes on to add that during his residence in the Court of Duke of Burgundy, the Lady Mary bore him a son and a daughter before returning to Scotland.

"The Earl, borne down by the weight of his misfortunes, died soon after at Antwerp, where he was honourably interred, at the expense of the Duke of Burgundy, in 1474. The Duke also erected a superb monument to his memory, with an inscription suitable to the great character he left behind him."
Can this monument or inscription be found in Antwerp?

"He was contracted, 20 January 1465, to Marion, youngest daughter of Gilbert, first Lord Kennedy, but this marriage does not appear to have taken place, and he married, as already stated, before 26 April 1467, the Lady Mary, eldest daughter of King James II." (The Scots Peerage, vol v, p 148) This does not explain why the marriage with Marion did not take place but it could explain the attitude of the Kennedy's towards the Boyds downfall in 1469. From the limited material I have read it suggests it was the Kennedys who were responsible for it. Parents: 1st Lord Boyd Robert BOYD and Mariota Janet MAXWELL. Parents: Lord Of Kilmarnock Robert Lord BOYD.

Spouse: Lady Hamilton Mary STEWART. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,565 They were married on 26 Apr 1467 in Of, Stirling, Stirling, Scotland.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,38 Reference Number:31042 Children were: Grizel Margaret BOYD, James BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,800 was born in 1446 in Kilmarnock, Renfrewshire, Scotland.3,800 He died about 1473 in Antwerp, Belgium.3,800 He is reference number 75186. Parents: .


Thomas BOYD3,38,307 was born about 1492 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.3,38,307 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He died in 1547.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3 He was also known as Thomas Boyd.3,38 He was buried Unknown in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.3,38,307 He is reference number 5806. [boyd-trees.ged]











K2 Thomas Boyd, of Pitcon, b 150x, d 1547, buried in the family burial ground at Kilmarnock m 15xx, Marion Fairlie (Fernlye), daughter of John Fairlie of that Ilk, b 15xx, d 15xx, living 11 October 1580 and had issue and she married, as second wife of Sir James Steward of Bute, by whom she was ancestress of the Marquesses of Bute, and had issue:-
[Lived: ]- Ancestor of the Boyds of Pitcon, Potconnell. Ayrshire Families, 121-124; Paterson's Ayr, i, 420-422 Patersons's Ayr and Wigton, iii 186-189 (see Chapter 15) and the Boyd's of Crosspatrick (see Chapter 32)
He had a charter of the lands of Linn, a property in the parish of Dalry, Ayrshire. Parents: [Baron Boyd] Alexander BOYD and Janet COLVILLE.

Spouse: Marion FAIRLIE. Thomas BOYD and Marion FAIRLIE were married about 1514 in Of Fairlie, Ayrshire, Scotland.3,38,307 Reference Number:30979 Children were: Thomas BOYD, 5th Lord Boyd Robert BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,38 was born about 1515 in Of Dalry, Ayrshire, Scotland.3,38 He was also known as Thomas Boyd.3,38 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 1236. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [boyd-trees.ged]











L1 Thomas Boyd, of Pitcon, b 15xx, d 15xx, living 1571, m 15xx, wife unknown and had issue:-
[Lived: ]- He fought for Queen Mary at Langside, for which they obtained remission 8 September 1571. He was of Pitcon in valley of Dalry, a property which was held by his male descendants until 1770 when Robert Boyd eighth of Pitcon, sold it to George Macrae merchant in Ayr. Boyd had issue, but the male line as far as is known is extinct (Paterson's History of Ayr, 1847, i 421) Parents: Thomas BOYD and Marion FAIRLIE.

Children were: Thomas BOYD, Adam BOYD, John BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,38 was born about 1541 in Of Dalry, Ayrshire, Scotland.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He died in May 1617.3 He is reference number 27060. Parents: Thomas BOYD.

Spouse: Isabell GLEN. Thomas BOYD and Isabell GLEN were married. Reference Number:516821 Children were: Annabell BOYD, Thomas BOYD, Robert BOYD.


5Th Lord Boyd Thomas BOYD3,38,303,307,405 was born in 1544 in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.3,405 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,307 He died in Jun 1611.3,38,307,405 He is reference number 96268. He has Ancestral File Number 83VW-5Q. He was in 5th Lord Boyd.3,303 [boyd-trees.ged]











Died Jun 1611 Scotland. Founded Burgh of Kilmarnock 1591 http://www.concentric.net/~Lboyd/d533.htm

M2 Thomas Boyd, sixth Lord Boyd, b 15xx, d June 1611.

M2 Thomas Boyd, sixth Lord Boyd, b 15xx, before 1568, d June 1611, m 15xx,
Margaret Campbell, second daughter of Sir Matthew Campbell of Loudoun , b 15xx, d 15xx, living 1568 and had issue:- He would appear to have two other wives; m secondly 15xx, Jane Stockdale, youngest daughter of William Stockdale of Green Hamerton (living 1586) and m thirdly 15xx, Elizabeth Wallace who was living in 1622
Lived: ]- He joined with his father in the association on behalf of Queen Mary at Hamilton 8 May 1568, and fought on her behalf at Langside 13 May 1568. In 1579 he had leave to travel in France, Flanders, Wall of the Spa etc for 3 years, due to his health and again in 1583. He was with his father in the Raid of Ruthven, and after the counter revolution was at Stirling with other of the rebel Lords, which place he was called upon to deliver up, and to enter into ward at Aberdeen, on pain of being charged with high treason, 10 May 1584. Which he did. One of the Commissioners for putting in force the laws against the Jesuits 6 March 1589-90. The following year he was again in rebellion, being put to the horn and denounced as a rebel in August, and charged to keep the peace and find caution in ten thousand merks 22 December 1591. He had sasine of the lands of Knockindon and Hairschaw 1590, and a charter from Robert Cunningham of Netherton of the lands of Overtoun, and on 17 December 1591 he resigned his whole estate into the hands of the King, from whom, on 12 January 1591-92 he obtained a new charter thereof, 'erecting the same into a free lordship and barony, to be called the lordship and barony of Kilmarnock,' to himself for life and his son in fee, with a long remainder to heirs-male to the exclusion of heirs-general, whereby he not improbably became LORD BOYD OF KILMARNOCK. By the same charter, the town of Kilmarnock was erected into a free burgh of barony with a weekly market. He had previously, 8 March 1595-96, had a charter under the Great Seal of the lands of Bedlay. He was a Privy Councillor before 11 July 1592. He disposed the five-pound land of Corsbie to Mr William Wallace, Minister of Failfuird, upon a back bond for 1720 merks 18 August 1597. In 1599 he had a charter of Auchans, and by a contract dated at Edinburgh 12 July 1603 the lands of Bogside were wadsett to him by James Mowat of Busbie, redeemable on payment of eight hundred pounds. He was arbiter in the feud between the Earl of Mar and Alexander Colquhoun of Luss, 23 June 1607, and a J. P. for Ayrshire and the bailieries of Kyle, Carrick, and Cunningham 6 November 1610. He appears to have been subject to ill-health, as three more passes are recorded for him. Parents: 4th Lord Boyd Robert BOYD and Margaret COLQUHOUN.

Spouse: Jane STOCKDALE. 5Th Lord Boyd Thomas BOYD and Jane STOCKDALE were married WFT Est 1561-1592.3,405 Reference Number:1539008

Spouse: Elizabeth WALLACE. 5Th Lord Boyd Thomas BOYD and Elizabeth WALLACE were married WFT Est 1561-1592.3,405 Reference Number:1539013

Spouse: [Baroness Boyd] Margaret CAMPBELL. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3 They were married WFT Est 1563-1592.3,405 Reference Number:30280
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IGI Record to check: Thomas BOYD Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: Margaret CAMPBELL Marriage: ABT 1562 Loudoun, Ayr, ScotlandSource Information: Film Number: 1985602
Thomas BOYD Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: Margaret CAMPBELL Marriage: ABT 1568 <kilmarnock>, Ayr, Scotland Film Number: 2034562 Children were: BOYD, Master Of Boyd Robert BOYD, Andrew BOYD, Sir Thomas BOYD, Adam BOYD, John BOYD, Agnes BOYD, Lady Isabel BOYD, James BOYD, Marion BOYD.


6Th Lord Boyd Thomas BOYD3,38,307 was born in 1550 in Glens, , Scotland.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,307 He died in 1589.3,38,307 He was also known as Thomas 6Th Lord Boyd.3,38 He is reference number 5851. Parents: 4th Lord Boyd Robert BOYD and Margaret COLQUHOUN.

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