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Sir Thomas BOYD3,38,303 was born in 1569 in Of Bedlay, Ayrshire N2.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,303 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,38 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 1207. He has Ancestral File Number 83VW-4K. [boyd-trees.ged]











Married Grizel Cunningham daughter of Alexander Cunningham on 22 Oct 1603, Scotland. Ulster patent dated 29 Aug 1610: Shean 1,500 acres, Strabane Barony, County Tyrone.
http://www.concentric.net/~Lboyd/d533.htm

THE BOYDS OF IRELAND

In the beginning of the seventeenth-century, when James VI of Scotland became James I of England, a concerted effort was made to settle the province of Ulster with Scots. While they were not aware of the fact, many of them were returning to the home of their ancestors. (see page 135 paragraph four) King James thought of this as one way to cure the Irish problem.

Most of the large estates from this time have long since passed into other hands. Some of the Undertakers (a man who undertook to plant the land with settlers) did not adhere to the conditions of the grants and, therefore, lost their estates. Others sold the land once they had obtained title. Many more estates were created by land grants between 1641 and 1703, after the 1641 rebellion. The Scottish Undertakers as part of their land grants undertook to plant the land with settlers (or undertenants) whom they brought over from Scotland. It was mainly these tennants who became the ancestors of the ethic group known today as Scotch-Irish, a term virtually unknown in Ireland where they are known as Ulster-Scots.

Very little documentation survives on the Undertenants, but the Undertakers are a different story. It must be remembered that, in those times land was considered more valuable than people. Because large tracts of land are involved there is far more information on the Undertakers. As the undertenants were brought to Ireland by the Undertakers it is obvious that many of them came from the same area in Scotland and were his near relatives. One such undertaker was:

Sir Thomas Boyd of Bedlay: second son of the sixth Lord Boyd of Kilmarnock, Scotland. He married Grizel Cunningham, the daughter of Alexander Cunningham on 22 October 1603. Ulster patent dated 29 August 1610: Shean 1,500 acres, Strabane
Barony, County Tyrone.

Marion, the sister of Thomas Boyd, married James Hamilton Earl of Abercorn and eventually acquired Sir Thomas Boyd's estate. It can be assumed that Thomas Boyd brought over many settlers by the name of Boyd since the surname is quite common in Northern Ireland. Many of the Boyd's in America are descended from these Ulster-Scots but tracing them down is another thing altogether. Many records have been destroyed during the centuries of civil strife in the country.

Richard G. Boyd
12137 Highland Avenue
Mt. Morris, MI 48458-1412=1A

N2 Sir Thomas Boyd, of Bedlay, b 15xx, d 16xx, living 1634, m 16xx (contract dated 22 October 1603), Grizel Cunningham, daughter of Jean Blair, Lady Montgrenan, both living in 1634 but had apparently no issue then living:-
[Lived: ]- He is mentioned 5 January 1600 as being a rebel, and having been put to the horn, and on 14 October 1608 he is denounced with others for not paying an annualrent of 250 merks 'for the term of Whitsunday 1605, and for all years resting owing,' ... . He had a charter form John Boyd of Bolinshaw, 12 February 1605, of the lands of Bolinshaw in fulfilment of his marriage-contract with Grizel Cunninghame, which lands he sold to David Cunningham of Auchenharvie, afterwards Baronet, 30 November 1633, having been knighted before 17 October 1623.

He was one of 50 "undertakers" who were planted in Ireland by James I of England and as such is probably the first Boyd in Ireland, arriving about 1610.

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"He was granted 1500 acres in the barony of Strabane, County Tyrone, centring around the townland of Seein. He was the sixth son of Lord Boyd of Kilmarnock. Sir Thomas married Marion, the sister of James Hamilton, Earl of Abercorn, who was number 4 of the nine chief undertakers, and whose property adjoined. He brought over with him some of the Boyd clan. As so often happened with the junior sons of the gentry their descendants became ordinary citizens. In 1755 John Boyd, for instance, was a chandler (a grocer) in Strabane town. Sir Thomas passed his lands to his brother-in-law, the Earl of Abercorn, in 1613 when around 100 Scots were settled there. By 1622 some 120 Irish families were tenants on similar terms as that of the Scots." (The Irish Link, December 1985)
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Arrived in Ireland as one of 50 "undertakers" planted by James VI and I
around 1610.In around 1612 he sold his land in Co Tyrone to his
brother-in-law the Earl of Abercorn.
Purchased the lands of Cornacogie, co Antrim in 1614
2nd son of 5th Lord Boyd
still living in 1634 Parents: 5th Lord Boyd Thomas BOYD and [Baroness Boyd] Margaret CAMPBELL.

Spouse: Grizel CUNNINGHAM. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,303,1755 They were married on 22 Oct 1603 in Sct.3 Reference Number:30259 Children were: Grizel BOYD, Lord Hugh BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,95 was born about 1583 in Of Pinkill, Ayrshire, Scotland.3 He died in 1673.3 He is reference number 54888. He has Ancestral File Number 83VR-PX. Parents: Adam BOYD.

Spouse: Elizabeth DICK. Thomas BOYD and Elizabeth DICK were married. Reference Number:948950

Spouse: Marion MUIR. Thomas BOYD and Marion MUIR were married about 1608 in Of Rowallan, Ayrshire, Scotland.3 Reference Number:948914 Children were: Thomas BOYD, Alexander BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,38 was born about 1587 in Of, Eaglesham, Renfrewshire, England.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He died after 1 Nov 1662.3 He was buried before 11 Apr 1665.3 He was also known as Minister Of Eaglesham. He was also known as Thomas Boyd [Minister Of Eaglesham].3,38 He is reference number 26974. Parents: Andrew BOYD and Elizabeth CONYNGHAM.

Spouse: Helen HAY. Thomas BOYD and Helen HAY were married on 8 May 1617 in Eaglesham, Fenfrewshire, England.3,38 Reference Number:120386 Children were: Robert BOYD, Jean BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD, Christina BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,95 was born about 1609 in Of Pinkill, Ayrshire, Scotland.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 54886. He has Ancestral File Number 83VR-ML. Parents: Thomas BOYD and Marion MUIR.

Spouse: Anne MELVILLE. Thomas BOYD and Anne MELVILLE were married about 1634.3 Reference Number:948894 Children were: Thomas BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,38 was born about 1614 in Scotland.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 27062. Parents: Thomas BOYD and Isabell GLEN.


Thomas BOYD3,95 was born about 1635 in Of Pinkill, Ayrshire, Scotland.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 54884. He has Ancestral File Number 83VR-K8. Parents: Thomas BOYD and Anne MELVILLE.

Spouse: Isabell LINDSAY. Thomas BOYD and Isabell LINDSAY were married about 1660 in Of Balcarres House, Fifeshire, Scotland.3 Reference Number:948882 Children were: Alexander BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,38 was born about 1660 in Of Dalry, Ayrshire, Scotland.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 27066. Parents: Bryce BOYD and Isabell HENDERSON.

Spouse: Agnes SCOTT. Thomas BOYD and Agnes SCOTT were married about 1685.3 Reference Number:517014 Children were: Jane Or Jean BOYD, Robert BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,1543 was born on 3 Sep 1689 in Edinburgh.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He died in Feb 1716 in Appears No Male Heirs.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3 He was also known as Robert Boyd.3,38 He was also known as Robert Boyd.3 He is reference number 1229. [boyd-trees.ged]











R2 Robert Boyd, b 13/9/1689 (Edinburgh) d February 1716, m 17xx, Eleanora Nicolson, daughter of co-heir of Sir Thomas Nicolson of Kemnay (first Baronet) by his wife Margaret, daughter and eventual co-heir of Sir Thomas Nicolson of Carnock (second Baronet), b 16xx, d 17xx, and had issue:-rem 17xx as 2nd wife of John Craufurd of Crufurdland who d (s.p. by her) at Newcastle 10/1/1773.
[Lived: ]- Robert was admitted a member of the Faculty of Advocates 30 December 1710, or 2 January 1711. Parents: 2nd Earl Of Kilmarnock William BOYD and Letitia BOYD.

Spouse: Eleanora NICOLSON. Thomas BOYD and Eleanora NICOLSON were married about 1710 in Of Kemnay, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.3 Reference Number:30801 Children were: Margaret BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3 was born about 1692.2,3 He died on 1 Sep 1768 in , Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He was buried Unknown in Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Drumore Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He is reference number 44836. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church," by Bill Bigham (http://getafix.mathcs.wilkes.edu /lancaster/gy/chestnut, 17 Apr 2000). Cemetery inscriptions.

! Birth: (1) Age 76 at death in 1768 [b. 1692].
Death: (1) 1 Sep 1768.
Burial: (1) Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church, 1068 Chestnut Level Road, Quarryville, Drum ore Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.

Children were: Dometri BOYD, John BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,237,648 was born on 24 Nov 1700.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 53154. Parents: Robert BOYD and Elizabeth AIRD.


Thomas BOYD3,237 was born about 1700.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 106013.

Spouse: Mary MILLER. Thomas BOYD and Mary MILLER were married on 3 Aug 1721 in Kilmarnock, Scotland.3 Reference Number:1658160 Children were: Robert BOYD, Agnes BOYD, John BOYD, Margaret BOYD, Mary BOYD, Jean BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD, Thomas BOYD, William BOYD, Hugh BOYD, Mary BOYD, Anna BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3,288,686,866 was born about 1700 in Armagh, Ireland.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He immigrated in 1732 to Armagh, Ireland.3,866 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,288 He died in 1782 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,686 He is reference number 5455. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Of Allen (Alin?) township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania.
Wjill 2-4-1782. executed 6-19-1782, Alexander
Boyd, and James Boyd were executors. Witness to will, Thomas
Wilson, and Robert Hays. In 1743, this was still part of Bucks,
county, untill 1752[boydtrees.GED]

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! (1) "Notes and Queries, Historical and Genealogical, Chiefly Relating to Interior Pennsylv ania," ed. William Henry Egle, Annual Vol. 1896, XXXVII, p.203.
(2) "History of Chester County, Pennsylvania," by J. Smith Futhey and Gilbert Cope (Philade lphia: J.B. Lippencott & Co., 1881) p.485. FHL film 20,995.

! Birth: (1) Brother of William BOYD. Armagh, Ireland. (2) Brother of William BOYD, Mrs. DO BBINS and Mrs. CURRY.
Death: (1) ca. 1782, PA. (2) 1782, Philadelphia, PA.

(1,2) 1732: (1) Brothers William and Thomas BOYD came from Armagh, Ireland in 1732 to PA. ( 2) William and Thomas BOYD came from Co. Armagh, Ireland, with two unmarried sisters, one o f whom married a Mr. DOBBINS and the other a Mr. CURRY, all of Philadelphia. They also left o ne married sister in Ireland, who with her husband afterwards emigrated to Philadelphia.
(2) Settled on the forks of the Delaware.
(2) Removed to Philadelphia.
(1) Had 4 sons, Alexander, James, Thomas and Andrew. Either Andrew or Alexander had two son s, Andrew and John. Andrew m. Sarah BAIRD. (2) Left 4 sons and one daughter. Parents: BOYD.

Spouse: ELIZABETH. Thomas BOYD and ELIZABETH were married about 1738.3,288 Reference Number:12552 Children were: BOYD, Andrew BOYD, Maj. Alexander BOYD, Thomas BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD, Mary BOYD, Major James BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3 was born about 1710 in , , Ireland.2,3 He died Between 1759-1760 in Cumberland Twp., York Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He was buried Unknown in Old Black Cemetery, Upper Marsh Creek Presbyterian Churchyard, Adams Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He is reference number 44554. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) York Co., PA Deeds. (a) Book G, p.192. FHL film #22099. (b) Bk A, p.397. FHL film 22,0 96.
(2) "A Family History, Boyds & Connected Families, Early Settlers, Central Savannah River A rea of Georgia and South Carolina," by John Wright Boyd, p.5. FHL book 929.273 B692bj.
(3) "The Boyd Family...," by Scott Lee Boyd (Santa Barbara, CA, by author, 1935) p.19-22. F HL 929.273 B692bs. Cites: (a) Presbyterian Records, Historical Library, Belfast, Ireland, "Li st of Protestant Householders, 1700-29." (b) "Gilmor, Hanna, Scott, Hamilton Genealogy, 1729 -1929," by Elizabeth Gilmore (Wooster, OH: 1932) p.174, citing the Bible of John Hamilton. (c ) "History of Cumberland and Adams Counties, PA," by Warren. (d) Will Bk A, p.221. (e) York C o., PA Bk C, p.108. (f) York Co., PA Orphan's Court Records, Book B, p.27. (g) York Co., PA O rphan's Court Records, Bk C, p.176.

! Birth: (2,3) 1710, Ireland. (3) Thomas, William and John BOYD came together from Ireland i n 1729 and settled on Marsh Creek in what is now Adams Co., PA. It is presumed that Thomas an d William were brothers and that John was the son of William.
Marriage to Rebecca __: (1a,2,3)
Death: (1a) Before 7 Sep 1774, Cumberland Twp., York Co., PA. (1b) Sold land 30 Jun 1759. ( 3) Intestate before 1757 or in 1760. (3d) Letters of administration dtd 16 Oct 1760, York Co. , PA.
Burial: (3) Old Black Cemetery, Upper Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church yard, near Gettysburg , PA.

(3a,b) 1729, Aug 24: Came from the borth of Ireland with 140 other families under the lead ership of Hance HAMILTON, landing at New Castle, DE on Aug. 24, 1729. (2) Came to America i n early manhood and settled in York Co., PA. (3a) The other families included the McPHERSONs , McKEENs, McELWEEs, McCLEANs, MORRISONs, GILKERSONs, SIMONTONs, BLACKs, Moses McCARLEY, Henr y McDONOUGH, Duncan EVANS, John CRAIG. (3b) In 1727 a recommendation was sent to have settler s come over to help hold the land which MD clained in PA. A colony of 140 families from Ulste r, led by Capt. Hance HAMILTON, landed in New Castle, DE, and located first on Sir Wm. KEITH' s tract called Newberry, in Newberry Twp., York Co., PA. This tract extended in 1732 from Con ewago Creek, York and Adams Counties, PA, to Yellow Breeches Creek, York Co., PA. The land wa s close to Wrightsville, York Co., PA, on the Susquehanna River.
(3c) ca. 1734: The Scotch-Irish came to Adams Co., PA about 1734 under the leadership of Ha nce HAMILTON and settled along the branches of Marsh Creek. They came from the hills of Count ies Tyrone, Derry, Cavan and Sligo in Ireland. (3b) The settlers moved before 1736 to Marsh C reek, Adams Co., PA.
(3c) The Manor of Maske was established by an act of the Proprietors of the Colony of PA i n 1740, but could not be laid out then owing to the resistance by the settlers, who had estab lished their homes there. To the south of the Manor of Maske (Marsh Creek Settlements) lay th e territory where the claims between William PENN and Lord Baltimore grants overlapped. Thi s land was in dispute and was settled under MD claims and grants known as "Digge's Choice" an d the "Carroll Tract." Settlers in this strip had so much trouble with land titles, fees an d taxes that they moved over into the Manor of Maske. The Carroll Tract was just south of th e Marsh Creek Settlement. The order for the survey of the Manor of Maske called for 30,000 ac res, dated 18 Jun 1741. Warrants were issued for the Manor 1765-1775. The lines were not actu ally run until Jan 1766 and a return made 17 Apr 1768. The southern line was about 1/2 mile n orth of the present Mason and Dixon line, or boundary between PA and MD, and included all o f Cumberland Twp. and the southeast corner of Franklin Twp. The persons on this land along t he branches of Marsh Creek were Hugh McCLEAN, Henry McDONOUGH, Hugh LOGAN, Hance HAMILTON, Wi lliam BOYD, Thomas BOYD, and others.
(1b) 1759, 30 Jun: Thomas BOYD of Manchester Twp., York Co., PA, for 15 pounds 10 shillings , deeds to George STEVENSON of York Co., Esq., land situate in Mount Pleasant Twp., York Co. , adjoining Michael WILL on the west side of Little Conewago Creek, containing 100 acres, bei ng the same which was granted to me by Warrant bearing date at Philadelphia 18 Jun instant. W its. Phil SHEWBART, John BOYD. Recorded 15 Mar 1760.
(3d) 1760, 16 Oct: Letters of Administration granted to Rebecca BOYD, widow of Thomas BOYD , deceased, on his estate.
(3f) 1763, 1 Dec: Rebecca, the wife of Thomas STEVENSON of York Co., yeoman, she being th e late Rebecca BOYD, widow and administratrix of Thomas BOYD, late deceased of Marsh Creek, t anner, who died intestate, shows that there remains in her hands 709.18.1/2 subject to divisi on among his heris... that of this sum the widow's share is 236.12.10 & 1 farthing; to Willia m BOYD the eldest son or his guardians, is due 157.15.3; to Elizabeth, Jane, Rebecca and And rew, the minor children of the said Thomas BOYD deceased, is due 73.17.7. The widow asks tha t guardians be appointed for the children. Robert McPHERSON and Samuel EDIE are appointed.
(3g) 1774, 7 Sep: Petition to sell 317 acres of real estate of Thomas BOYD, Orphan's Court , York Co., PA.
(1a) 1776, 10 Feb: William BOYD of the Township of Cumberland in the County of York and Pro vince of Pennsylvania, Tanner, and Elizabeth his wife deed to Andrew BOYD of Cumberland Count y in the Province aforesaid, Tanner, of the other part. Whereas Thomas BOYD late of Cumberlan d Township aforesaid, deceaased, Father of the said William BOYD was seized of a Tract of Lan d containing 317 acres Situate in Cumberland Township aforesaid, adjoining land of Robert McP HERSON Esquire, William BREADEN, James BOYD and David MMOORE, and the said Thomas BOYD died I ntestate leaving a Widow named Rebecca, since deceased, and lawful Issue to survive him, name ly the said William BOYD his Eldest Son and Heir at Law, Elizabeth BOYD, Jean BOYD, Rebecca B OYD and Andrew BOYD. Orphans Court held at York for the county of York 7 Sep 1774 ruled lan d would not admit of a division to and amongst the children. For 630 pounds, William BOYD pay ing unto the other Children of the said Intestate, sold unto Andrew BOYD 317 acres. Wit: Rich ard BROWN, Samuel EDIE.
(3e) 1777, 7 Sep: Samuel EDIE, Esq., High Sheriff of York, in answer to an order for a part ition of the estate of Thomas BOYD, dec'd... 317 acres located in Cumberland Twp. values it a t 630 pounds and William BOYD the eldest son and heir at law agrees to retain these lands int act and in trust and to pay the younger children their shares and to keep a home for them.. . the other children are named as Elizabeth BOYD, Jean BOYD, Rebecca BOYD and Andrew BOYD.
(3) 1778: The estate of Thomas BOYD was not fully settled until 1778. Parents: BOYD.

Spouse: Rebecca. Thomas BOYD and Rebecca were married. Reference Number:789592 Children were: William BOYD, Andrew BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD, Jane BOYD, Rebecca BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3 was born about 1731.2,3 He died after 4 Feb 1785 in Allen Twp., Northampton Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He is reference number 44419. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Will Abstracts of Northampton County, Pennsylvania, 1752-1802," comp. by John Eyerma n (1897; rpt. 1982) p.6. FHL book 974.822 P2e.
(2) Northampton Co., PA Tax Records. FHL film 1,027,055.
(3) Northampton Co., PAWills, Vol 1. P.302 FHL film #946457.

! Birth: (1) s/o William BOYD. Under age at time of father's will, 30 Jan 1752 [b. 1731 or l ater].
! Death: (3) Will dtd 4 Feb 1785, Allen Twp., Northampton Co., PA.

(1) 1752, 30 Jan: William BOYD of Allen Twp., Bucks Co., PA wrote his will. Named childre n Robert and Thomas. George GRAV guardian for Robert and Thomas.
(1) 1755, 16 Dec: Thomas BOYD and George SHARPE witnessed the will of Robert GREGG of Allen town, Northampton Co., PA.
(1) 1763, 1 Mar: James KENEDY of Lehigh Town, Northampton Co., PA, yeoman and mason, wrot e his will. Named executors John HAYS and Thomas BOYD.
(1) 1765, 9 Jan: James YOUNG of Allen Twp., Northampton Co., PA, yeoman, wrote his will. Na med sister Elizabeth BOYD and her children. Executors, brother Robert YOUNG and Thomas BOYD.
(2) 1772: Thomas BOYD, farmer, taxed in Allen Twp., Northumberland Co., PA, for 60 acres o f cultivated land,
240 acres of uncultivated land, 2 horses.
(1) 1783, 9 Apr: John HAYS of Allentown, Northampton Co., PA wrote his will. Mentions Thoma s BOYD.
(3) 1785, 4 Feb: In the Name of God Amin, I Thomas BOYD Senior of Alin Township County of N orthampton and State of Pennsylvania yeoman. Being in a Bad State of health But in Perfect Mi nd and Memory Blessed be God Do make this my Last will and Testament as followith first I com mit my Soul to God who Gave at My Body to the Earth to be ...as it has pleased God to Bless m e with a Small Estate I Do Despose of it in the following Manner after paying all my just an d Lawfull Depts of Leave and Bequeath to my Eldest Son Alexander One Hundred and fifty Pounds , I Leave and Bequeath to my son James one Hundred Pounds I Leave and Bequeath to my Daughte r Elizabeth One Hundred Pounds I Leave and Bequeath to my Son Thomas One Hundred Pounds, I Le ave and Bequeath to my Son Andrew One Hundred Pounds. My Son Thomas is to keep the Plantatio n till the Expiration of Four Years then and at that time to pay Alexander One Hundred and fi fty pounds the year following my Son James One Hundred pounds the Next Year following my Daug hter Elisabeth One Hundred pounds the Next year following my Son Thomas One Hundred pounds th e Next year following my Son Andrew On Hundred pounds if my Son Thomas Be not able to dischar g the Dept to the Legates at Expiration of Six years to enable my Exec. To pay of the Legatee s then to Despose of the ... as they please____I Do hereby Constitute and appoint my Oldest S on Alexander BOYD and James BOYD my Second Son to be my Execturos of this my Last will and te stament in witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and ...this Fourth Day of February on e Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Five. Thomas BOYD. Witness: Thomas WILSON, Robert HAYS. Parents: William BOYD and Joan.

Children were: Alexander BOYD, James BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD, Andrew BOYD, Thomas BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3,309 was born in 1732 in Dunt Parish, Bufoot, Co. Antrim, Ireland.2,3 He died Unknown in Boothbay, Lincoln Co., Maine.2,3 He is reference number 44933. [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.21. FHL book 974.w2 b. Cites: (a) Greene's Boothbay," p.504.

! Birth: (1,2) Brother of George and Samuel BOYD. (1) Probably had brother James. (2) Paris h of Dunt, town of Bu-foot, Co. Antrim, Ireland, 1732.
Marriage to __ __: (2) 1758.

(1,2) 1750: Settled at Boothbay, ME. (2) Came from Ireland. Parents: BOYD.

Children were: Adam BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,1149,1262 was born on 28 Dec 1732 in Antrim, Ireland.3 He died on 27 Aug 1792 in Boothbay, Maine.3 He is reference number 63711. Parents: .

Spouse: MOLLY. Thomas BOYD and MOLLY were married in 1758.3 Reference Number:1071950 Children were: Adam BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,237 was born on 3 Oct 1733.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 105752. Parents: Thomas BOYD and Mary MILLER.


Thomas BOYD2,3,109 was born on 14 Sep 1734 in Queen Anne's Parish (Prince George's) MD.3,109 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died Between 1796-1797.2,3 He is reference number 43431. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Married second Miss Lansdale. Not sure which children belong to which mother.

!(1) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.

!Birth: (1) 14 Sep 1734.
Marriage to Charity Duckett: (1)
Marriage to __ Landsdale: (1)
Death: (1) 1796/7.

(1) Lt., MD, Rev. War.

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! (1) "Maryland Calendar of Wills," Vol. 12, 1759-1764, p.118. (FTM CD 206).
(2) "Colonial Families of Maryland, Colonial Families of Anne Arundel County, Maryland," p. 84-87 (rpt. The Learning Co. CD 184). Cites: (a) "Boyds of Maryland and Virginia," by Leroy S tafford Boyd, "Boyd Family Journal, No. 1, Mar 1925, p.10-17. (b) PGQA.
(3) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.
(4) "Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book." (a) Vol. 72, p.180. Lineage of Mrs . Caroline Sanks Hull 71499.
(5) "The Family of Andrew Boyd, Frederick, Maryland," by Carroll H. Hendrickson (http://hom epages.rootsweb.com/~clanboyd, Jul 2000). Cites: (a) Markell Papers, Frederick Historical Soc ., Frederick, MD, citing Prince George Co., MD, Bk K, p.1405.
(6) "Side-Lights on Maryland History, with Sketches of Early Maryland Families," by Heste r Dorsey Richardson (1903; rpt. Tidewater Publishers, Cambridge, Maryland, 1967) Vol. 2, pp.2 67-276. Cites: (a) MS. Revolutionary Muster Rolls of Prince George's Co., MD.

! Birth: (1,2a,b,6) s/o Benjamin BOYD. Eldest son. (2a,b,3) 14 Sep 1734. (4a) 1734, Queen A nne Co., MD.
Marriage to Charity DUCKETT: (2a,3,6) (4a) His 1st wife. (5a) 24 Mar 1757.
Marriage to __ LANDSDALE: (2a) Married twice. (3) (6) Miss LANDSDALE.
Death: (3) 1796/7.

(6) 1756, 30 Jan: Benjamin BOYD of Prince George's Co., MD, for natural love and affection , gives to his son Thomas BOYD a tract of land containing 100 acres, being part of "Amphill G range" and that part whereon John BOYD my father, deceased, dwelt.
(1) 1762, 12 Apr: Benjamin BOYD of Prince George's Co., MD, planter, wrote his will. Give s to eldest son Thomas BOYD the plantation whereon I now dwell, called "Sway and Frys Choice, " in this county. Executors, sons Thomas and Abraham.
(6a) 1778: Ensign, Battalion of Prince George's Co., MD.
(4a) 1779: (2a,4a) First Lt., 5th MD Regiment, Revolutionary War. (3) Lt., MD, Rev. War. (6 ) Lt. and Adjutant in the MD line.
(4a) 1783: Retired.
(2a) Original member of the Society of the Cincinnati. (6) Charter member of the Maryland S ociety of the Cincinnati. Parents: Benjamin BOYD and Elizabeth HARWOOD.

Spouse: LANDSDALE. Thomas BOYD and LANDSDALE were married. Reference Number:615220

Spouse: Charity DUCKETT. Thomas BOYD and Charity DUCKETT were married on 24 Mar 1757.3,109 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:615201 Children were: Richard Duckett BOYD, Benjamin BOYD, Thomas Duckett BOYD, Richard Duckett BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD, Eleanor BOYD, Sarah BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3,686 was born on 23 Jul 1734 in , , Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,686 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died on 22 Sep 1778 in Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,686 He was buried Unknown in Upper Octorara Graveyard, Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He is reference number 44258. He served in the military in Staff Officer, Colonial Army.3 He was in Upper Octorara Presbyterian Church Cemetery.3 [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) Chester Co., PA Deeds. (a) Bk B-2, p.470. FHL film 20,863. Hard to read. (b) Bk C-4, p .491. FHL film 556,720.
(2) "Adam Boyd's Genealogy," by Clan Boyd International (http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cla nboyd/, 2000). Cites: (a) Records of the Upper Octoraro Presbyterian Church, Sadsbury Twp., C hester Co., PA.
(3) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.
(4) "Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834" (FTM CD 209).
(5) "Gilbert Cope Collection - Family Data," BOYD, From Tombstones in Upper Octorara Gravey ard. FHL Film 517,008.

! Birth: (1a,b,2) s/o Adam BOYD/Jane. (3) 23 Sep 1734. (5) Age 45 at death in 1778 [b. 1733] .
Marriage to Catherine WALLACE: (3)
Death: (2a,3,5) 22 Sep 1778.
Burial: (5) Upper Octorara Graveyard, Cheste rCo., PA.

(1b) 1760, 11 Sep: Rev. Adam BOYD of Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., PA and Jean his wife dee d to Thomas BOYD of the same place, yeoman, and one of the sons of the said Adam BOYD. John P ENN, Thomas PENN and Richard PENN by patent 18 Sep 1736 granted unto the said Adam BOYD a cer tain tract situate in Sadsbury Twp., bounded by the corner of the said Adam BOYD's other land , Calbe PUSEY's land, vacant land, 194.5 acres, for one half penny sterling for every acre, s aid patent recorded in Paten Bk A, Vol. 8, p.63, and 5 pounds. Wits. Andrew BOYD, John MILLER .
(4) 1768, 12 Feb: Adam BOYD of Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., PA wrote his will. To sons Thoma s, John and Adam 5 shillings each. Executors: Sons Thomas and Andrew.
(3) QM., PA, Rev. War.
(1a) 1787, 5 Apr: Adam BOYD of York Co., PA, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife and Michael Wal lace BOYD of Sadsbury Twp., Chester Co., PA, carpenter, of the other part. Whereas John PENN , Thomas PENN and Richard PENN Esquires grant 18 Sep 173(?) unto Adam BOYD, grandfather of th e above named Adam BOYD, a certain tract of land in Sadsbury Twp., bounded at a corner of An drew BOYD's land, patent recorded at Philadelphia, Patent Bk A, Vol. 8, p.346. Whereas the sa id Adam BOYD gradfather and Jane his wife by indenture 11 Sep 1760 did grant unto his son Tho mas BOYD... Thomas BOYD died intestate, leaving a widow and issue two sons the above named Ad am and Michael Wallace, and two daughters to survive him. Adam BOYD is the eldest son...

!(1) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.

!Birth: (1) 23 Sep 1734.
Marriage to Catherine Wallace: (1)
Death: (1) 22 Sep 1778.

(1) QM., PA, Rev. War. Parents: ,Rev. Adam BOYD and Jane CRAIGHEAD.

Spouse: Catherine WALLACE. Thomas BOYD and Catherine WALLACE were married on 12 Feb 1760.3,686 Reference Number:615325 Children were: Sarah BOYD, Adam BOYD, Michael Wallace BOYD, Elizabeth H. BOYD, Jane BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3,288,686 was born after 1738.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,866 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 5411. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Notes and Queries, Historical and Genealogical, Chiefly Relating to Interior Pennsylv ania," ed. William Henry Egle, Annual Vol. 1896, XXXVII, p.203.
(2) "History of Chester County, Pennsylvania," by J. Smith Futhey and Gilbert Cope (Philade lphia: J.B. Lippencott & Co., 1881) p.485. FHL film 20,995.

! Birth: (1,2) s/o Thomas BOYD.

(1) Brothers William and Thomas BOYD came from Armagh, Ireland in 1732 to PA.Thomas d. ca . 1782, had 4 sons, Alexander, James, Thomas and Andrew. Either Andrew or Alexander had two s ons, Andrew and John. Andrew m. Sarah BAIRD.
(2) An officer in the Revolutionary Army. Served through the war.
(2) Moved to Kittaning with his brother James. [NOTE: Kittinaning is in Armstrong Co., PA , on Allegheny River 37 mi. N.E. of Pittsburgh. Armstrong Co. was created in 1800 from Lycomi ng and Westmoreland Cos. Lycoming Co. was created 1795 from Northumberland Co., and Westmorel and Co. was created 1773 from Bedford Co.] Parents: Thomas BOYD and ELIZABETH.


Thomas BOYD3,1157 was born before 1740.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 1705.

Spouse: Mary Ann HOLMES. Thomas BOYD and Mary Ann HOLMES were married. Reference Number:39178 Children were: Thomas BOYD, Alexander BOYD, Robert BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD, Margaret BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,38,95 was born in 1740 in , , , England Or MD.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,38 He died on 27 Jun 1817 in Union Village, Turtle Creek Twp, Warren Co., Ohio.3,38 He was also known as Thomas Boyd.3,38 He was buried Unknown in Old Shaker Cem., Turtle Creek Twp, Warren Co., Ohio.3,38 He is reference number 16400. He has Ancestral File Number LHVK-LR. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3

Spouse: Katherine SNIDER. Thomas BOYD and Katherine SNIDER were married about 1774 in , , , Prob. MD.3,38 Reference Number:353344 Children were: William BOYD, Daniel BOYD, Susannah BOYD, Catherine BOYD, John BOYD, Thomas BOYD, Andrew BOYD, Mary BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,95,218 was born in 1745 in , , Chester, PA.3,95,218 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 110692. He has Ancestral File Number 12XP-K13. Parents: George BOYD and Mary DOUGLASS.


Thomas BOYD3,1282 was born on 10 Mar 1746.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 43039. Parents: John BOYD and Jean CALDWELL.


Thomas BOYD2,3,1262 was born on 28 Jan 1748 in Ireland.2,3 He died on 9 Jun 1803.2,3 He is reference number 32663. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.

!Birth: (1) 28 Jan 1748.
Marriage to Catherine Wylie: (1)
Death: (1) 9 Jun 1803.

(1) PS, ME, Rev. War.

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! (1) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.

! Birth: (1) 28 Jan 1748.
Marriage to Catherine Wylie: (1)
Death: (1) 9 Jun 1803.

(1) PS, ME, Rev. War. Parents: Samuel BOYD.

Spouse: Catherine WYLIE. Thomas BOYD and Catherine WYLIE were married on 8 Mar 1770 in Boothbay, Maine.3 Reference Number:498002 Children were: Martha BOYD, Jane BOYD, Esther BOYD, Katherine BOYD, Alexander BOYD, Sarah BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD, Charlotte BOYD, Andrew BOYD, Thomas BOYD, Samuel BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3 was born between 1750 and 1800.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 44695. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) Lancaster Co., PA Will Book J, p.18. FHL film 21,358.

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

(1) 1805, 12 Mar: John BOYD of Martick Twp., Lancaster Co., PA, farmer, wrote his will. Gav e to sons Thomas and David land I bought of Jacob BYERS and Robert STEEN upon waters of Tickq uann Run, land adjoining James BLACK's. Parents: John BOYD and Mary BIGHAM.


Lt. Thomas BOYD2,3,206 was born in 1752 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.3,206 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died on 12 Sep 1779.2,3 He is reference number 5002. [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 John BOYD/Sarah De VANE. Lancaster Co., PA.

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! (1) "History of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania," edited by Herbert C. Bell (1891) p.5 19. FHL film #1000567, Item 4.

! Birth: (1) Brother of Capt. John BOYD.
Death: (1) Killed 12 Sep 1779 by Indians in SULLIVAN's campaign. Parents: John BOYD and Sarah DE VANE.


Thomas BOYD2,3 was born about 1754 in Allen Twp., Northampton Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died on 14 Nov 1814 in , Knox Co., Tennessee.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 44775. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) Northampton Co., PA Wills, Vol 1. P.302 FHL film #946457.
(2) Northampton Co., PA Tax Records. FHL film 1,027,055.
(3) Northampton Co., PA Deeds. (a) Book H2 p. 425,426. FHL film #953691.
(4) IGI, FHL. (http://www.familysearch.org, 2000).
(5) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.
(6) "The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution," Vol. 33, p.138. (a ) Lineage of Mrs. Lua Vaughn Nixon 32404.

! Birth: (1) s/o Thomas BOYD. (5,6a) 1754. Northampton Co., PA.
Marriage to Ann MARTIN: (3a) Wife named Ann in 1789 deed. (4) 1778, Northampton Co., PA.[NO TE: The date cannot be correct, since he was single in 1781.] (5)
Death: (5) 14 Nov 1814. (6a) 1814. Knox Co., TN.

(6a) 1776: Appointed 3rd Lt., PA Rifle Regiment. (5) Lt., PA, Rev. War.
(2) 1781: Thomas BOYD, single freeman, taxed in Allen Twp., Northampton Co., PA.
(1) 1785, 4 Feb: Thomas BOYD Senior of Alin Township County of Northampton and State of Pen nsylvania yeoman wrote his will. Bequeaths to my Eldest Son Alexander One Hundred and fifty P ounds, I Leave and Bequeath to my son James one Hundred Pounds I Leave and Bequeath to my Dau ghter Elizabeth One Hundred Pounds I Leave and Bequeath to my Son Thomas One Hundred Pounds , I Leave and Bequeath to my Son Andrew One Hundred Pounds. My Son Thomas is to keep the Plan tation till the Expiration of Four Years then and at that time to pay Alexander One Hundred a nd fifty pounds the year following my Son James One Hundred pounds the Next Year following m y Daughter Elisabeth One Hundred pounds the Next year following my Son Thomas One Hundred pou nds the Next year following my Son Andrew On Hundred pounds if my Son Thomas Be not able to d ischarg the Dept to the Legates at Expiration of Six years to enable my Exec. To pay of the L egatees then to Despose of the ... as they please____.
(3a) 1789, 26 May: Alexander BOYD of the City of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania , Gentleman, and James BOYD of Allen Township in the county of Northampton aforesaid, Farmer , and Thomas BOYD of Cumberland county in the State aforesaid, Yeoman, and Ann his wife, of t he one part deed to John LERCH of Allen township in the county of Northampton aforesaid, Farm er. of the other part, in consideration of the Terms of Five hundred and two pounds Eightee n shillings and four pence Lawful Money of Pennsylvania in Gold and Silver as the same is no w current in the State of Pennsylvania, Certain Tract or piece of Land Situate in Allen towns hip aforesaid respectively bounded and described as followeth Viz. Beginning at a Spanish Oa k on the West Branch of the River Delaware thence extending North twenty Degrees East by Lan d of the so called Indian Tract One Hundred and Eleven perches to a post thence extending Sou th twenty Degrees East by Land intended to be granted to William HAYS One Hundred and fourtee n perches to a post thence extending West by Said lately granted to John STENTON seventy si x perches to the Place of Beginning, containing Twenty four acres and One hundred and twent y perches, which said Tract of Land a part of a certain Eighteen hundred acre Tract of Land w hich William ALLEN of the City of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania Esq. and Joseph T URNER of the same Place Esq. by their Deed dated the 29th Day of Jun 1772 did grant and confi rm unto Thomas BOYD late of Allen township aforesaid Yeoman Deceased , who by his Last Will a nd testament did impower his Eldest son the Alexander BOYD and his second Eldest the said Jam es BOYD his Executors and his third son the said Thomas BOYD and Ann his wife to sell the sai d Tract of piece of Land as they please, Together also with all and singular the Buildings Im provements Woods underwoods timbers trees Ways Water Water courses Rights Liberties Privilege s _____and appurtenances what so ever there unto belonging or is any wise appertaining...



!(1) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.

!Birth: (1) 1754.
Marriage to Ann Martin: (1)
Death: (1) 14 Nov 1814.

(1) Lt., PA, Rev. War. Parents: Thomas BOYD.

Spouse: Mary Ann MARTIN. Thomas BOYD and Mary Ann MARTIN were married. Reference Number:792293 Children were: Joseph BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,816,1157 was born in 1757.3,1157 He died on 29 Feb 1808.3,1157 He is reference number 1703. Parents: Thomas BOYD and Mary Ann HOLMES.

Spouse: Margaret DARRAH. Thomas BOYD and Margaret DARRAH were married. Reference Number:39152 Children were: Mary BOYD, Robert W. BOYD.


Gentleman Thomas BOYD2,3,38,42,95 was born in 1758 in , , Lunenberg, VA.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He died Unknown in Pittsylvania Co. VA.3,42 He is reference number 16258. He has Ancestral File Number 195W-XBR. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) Lancaster Co., PA Deeds. (a) Bk 5B, p.21. FHL film 21,430. (b) Bk B5, p.324-326. FHL f ilm 21,430. Transcript.
(2) "The Boyds of Boyds Tank, Chambers County, Alabama," by Frank Ewell Boyd and William Ta ylor Boyd (1970) p.21. FHL book 929.273 B692 bf. Cites: (a) Granville Co., NC wills, Bk 1, p. 331.

! Birth: (1a) Cousin of Isabella BOYD of Salisbury Twp., Lancaster Co., PA. (2a) s/o Rober t BOYD.

(1a) 1823, 13 Dec: Issabella BOYD of Salisbury Twp., Lancaster Co., PA, single woman, deed s to Alston BOYD of Greenville District, SC and Thomas BOYD of Hallifax Co., VA, Gentleman, c ousins of the said Isabella BOYD, for $1, two tracts which were of John BOYD, late of the sai d Salisbury Twp., yeoman, deceased, situate in sais Salisbury Twp., one of the tracts bounde d by land of Samuel IRVIN, David HENDERSON, William HENDERSON Esq., James BOYD deceased, an d Robert McILVAINE and others containing about 300 acres; the other tract commonly called "Tu rkey Hill', bounded by lands of Moses BRINTON, Joseph DICKINSON, Daniel BUCKLEY and Robert Mc ILVAIN, containing about 180 acres, it being the same lands said John BOYD died intestate lea ving neither wife nor issue, but brothers and sisters, said Isabella being one of the sisters ... recorded in Patent Book A, Vol. 10, p.416 &c., 4 Jun 1742, Patent of "Turkey Hill" tract , and Patent Book AA, Vol. 8, p.374, a deed of David WHITEHILL and Rachel his wife to the sai d John BOYD for 50 acres and allowance part of said "Turkey Hill" tract, bearing date 21 Ma y 1792, recorded in Book II, p.550, &c. Wits. James CLEMSON, Joseph DICKINSON.
(1b) 1824, 18 Jun: Thomas GROSS and Margaret his wife late Margaret BOYD, Rachel CANNON wid ow of James CANNON late Rachel BOYD, Robert BOYD and Constant BOYD, by their attorney in fac t Alston BOYD, the said Margaret GROSS, Rachel CANNON, Robert BOYD and Constant BOYD bein g 4 of the 8 children of Robert BOYD late of Granville Co., NC, deceased, one of the devisee s named in the last will of James BOYD late of Lancaster Co., PA, deceased, and Francis BOYD , James BOYD, Samuel BOYD, William BOYD and Sarah FROST, widow and relict of James FROST, al l of the state of TN by their attorney in fact the said Alston BOYD, the said Francis, James , Samuel, William and Sarah being the five children of Samuel BOYD deceased who was one of th e three children of James BOYD deceased late of Granville Co., NC, one of the devisees of Jam es BOYD late of Lancaster Co., deceased. And William SUTTON and Susan his wife late Susan WES T, Thomas CASTELLO and Ruth his wife late Ruth WEST, Mary DANEGAN widow of Isaac DANEGAN lat e Mary WEST, Alexander WEST, Isaac WEST and Solomon WEST by their attorney in fact the said A lston BOYD, the said Susan, Ruth, Mary, Alexander, Isaac and Solomon being six of the nine ch ildren of Isabella BOYD late Isabella WEST who was one of the three children of James BOYD la te of Granville Co., NC aforesaid deceased, one of the devisees named in the last will of th e said James BOYD late of Lancaster Co., PA, deceased, and Emichael WILSON, James WILSON an d Samuel WILSON by their attorney in fact the said Alston BOYD, the said Emichael, James an d Samuel being the three children of Margaret BOYD late Margaret WILSON who was one of the th ree children of James BOYD late of Granville Co., NC, deceased, one of the devisees named i n the last will and testament of the said James BOYD late of Lancaster Co., deceased, send gr eeting: Whereas the said James BOYD late of Lancaster Co., deceased, was in his life time law fully seized in fee of and in sundry plantations, tracts or parcels of land in the counties o f Chester and Lancaster in the state of Pennsylvania, and by his last will and testament an d codicils did devise unto Isabella BOYD and Mary BOYD certain parts or parcels of the real e state therein mentioned, namely the farm whereon they then lived as also the farm on the moun tain containing 200 acres, bounded by lands of Robert M'ILVAIN, Moses BRINTON, Daniel BUCKLE Y and others, for and during their natural lives and the natural life of the survivor of them , and at their decease to be sold by his executors and the monies arising thereof to be distr ibuted and equally divided between his four uncles residing in Carolina, viz: John BOYD, Patr ick BOYD, Robert BOYD and James BOYD if then living or if dead then to and among their heirs. ..the above named by their attorney Alston BOYD in consideration of $1,500 paid to their atto rney in fact by Thomas BOYD of Halifax Co., VA, convey to Thomas BOYD all their right, titl e and interest to any share or interest under the will of James BOYD late of Lancaster Co., d eceased. And the said Alston BOYD for himself and his heirs convenants with the said Thomas B OYD for the consideration aforesaid that his constituents shown named are heirs and legal rep resentatives of Robert BOYD and James BOYD, two of the devisees... Wits. T.R. DAVIS, Nath. LI GHTNER. Acknowleged by Alston BOYD at Lancaster, Lancaster Co., PA, 18 Jun 1824. Parents: Robert BOYD and Lucretia OMARY.


Thomas BOYD2,3,42 was born in 1758.3,42 He died Between 1789-1790 in Salisbury Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He is reference number 23113. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834" (FTM CD 209).
(2) Chester Co., PA Deeds. (a) Bk L-2, p.30. FHL film 20,867. (b) Bk L-2, p.37. FHL film 20 ,867. (c) Bk T-2, p.248. FHL film 20,870.
(3) Lancaster Co., PA Deeds. (a) Bk 12, p.258. FHL film 21,423.
(4) "The Boyds of Boyds Tank, Chambers County, Alabama," by Frank Ewell Boyd and William Ta ylor Boyd (1970) p.16. FHL book 929.273 B692 bf.
(5) "Abstract of Lancaster County Wills," p.83. FHL 974.815 p2a.

! Birth: (3a) s/o George BOYD. (4) s/o George BOYD/Mary DOUGLASS.
Death: (1,5) Will dtd 13 May 1789, proved 15 May 1790, Lancaster Co., PA.

(1,5) 1789, 13 May: Thomas BOYD of Salisbury Twp., Lancaster Co., PA wrote his will. Name d brothers John, James and George, sister Isabella BOYD. Executors: John and James BOYD.
(1) 1790, 15 May: Will proved.
(2a) 1790, 12 Aug: John BOYD and George BOYD both of Salisbury Twp., Lancaster Co., PA dee d to John WHITEHILL of the same place, Esq. Whereas the late Proprietaries of PA by their pa tent of 15 Jun 1737 recorded at Philadelphia in patent Bk A, Vol. 15, p.318, did grant unto T homas CLARK a tract of land situate in West Caln Twp., Chester Co., PA, containing 200 acres , and Thomas CLARK and Ann his wife on 15 May 1761 granted unto their son Joseph CLARK 2 lot s or pieces of land adjoining each other with other land, being part of the tract above menti oned, bounded by land late of John MILLER, to a post at the great Road, containing 1 acre, an d the other containing 1 acre, and the said Thomas CLARK afterwards died, leaving his last wi ll and testament dated 4 Jul 1767, nominating his sons John and Joseph CLARK and his friend J ames THOMPSON to be the executors, and by their indenture dated 15 Jun 1771 did grant unto Ro bert YOUNG one certain lot containing 2 acres with other land, part of the above mentioned tr act of land, and Robert YOUNG and Susannah his wife by their indenture dated 17 Jun 1771 gran ted the said lot with other land unto the above named Joseph CLARK, and Joseph CLARK and Marg ery his wife by their indenture dated 6 Apr 1785 conveyed unto John BOYD, George BOYD and Tho mas BOYD the said above described 2 lots or pieces of land, and also the said above mentione d lot of 2 acres, with sundry other lots. The said Thomas BOYD being so seized of one thir d part of the said lots died, having first made and published his last will and testament dat ed 13 May 1789, bequeathing all his share of the said land to his brother John BOYD; for 25 0 pounds in gold or silver, convey 2 acres, bounded by a post in John WAGGONER's line, a pos t at the Great road, and 3 lots of land containing 3 acres. Wits. Joseph WHITEHILL, Samuel C OCHRAN.
(2b) 1793, 26 Feb: John BOYD and George BOYD of Salisbury Twp., Lancaster Co., PA, deed t o John WHITEHILL of Salisbury Twp., Esq. Whereas land patented 26 Oct 1765 to Joseph CLARK i n West Caln, Chester Co., PA, containing 98 acres, recored in Patent Book AA, Vol.. 8, p.12 & c., and Joseph CLARK and Margery his wife on 6 Apr 1785 deeded to John BOYD, George BOYD an d Thomas BOYD, brothers, the aforesaid tract as tenants in common. Thomas BOYD died and by h is will of 13 May 1789 his share of the said land was bequeathed to his brother John BOYD. F or 21 pounds, convey land in West Clan Twp. bounded by land held by John WILSON, other land o f the said John BOYD and George BOYD, and by the said John WHITEHILL's other land, containin g 7 acres, part of a larger tract of 98 acres. Wits. Geo. FISHER, Robert COLEMAN.
(3a) 1795, 1 May: John BOYD of Salisbury Twp., Lancaster Co., PA, yeoman, deeds to George L EECH of the same place, yeoman. Whereas George BOYD by patent from the late Proprietors of P A of 28 Jan 1760 stands lawfully seized his demense of land situate in Salisbury Twp., Lancas ter Co., PA, containing 184 acres and 69 perches, and died intestate leaving issue eight chil dren, viz: John, the eldest son, James, Isabella, George, Archibald, Margaret, Thomas and Mar y, John receiving a double share of his estate by the Orphans Court held at Lancaster for th e County of Lancaster on the first Tuesday in Mar 1764 upon the petition of John BOYD eldes t son, for 139 pounds 14 shillings and 10 pence paid by the said George LEECH, conveys the re mainder of the aforesaid 184 acres, bounded by lands of DUFFIELD's and HASTINGS, by land of J ohn ANDERSON, by lands of Isaac TAYLOR, Moses BRINTON's land, containing 46 acres and 93 perc hes. Wits. Amos SLAYMAKER, Moses BRINTON.
(2c) 1801, 30 Mar: Colonel John BOYD of Salisbury Twp., Lancaster Co., PA, Gentleman, execu tor to his brother Thomas BOYD and George BOYD late of the same place, deceased, deeds to Geo rge FILSON of West Caln Twp., Chester Co., PA, land bounded by James GRIER's land, by land pu rchased for the use of the poor of Salisbury Twp. in Lancaster Co., by other lands late of th e said George BOYD deceased, by Samuel BUCKLEY Esq.'s land, John HOPKIN's land, Joseph COX' s land, containing 102 acres, it being a part of that same tract of land which late Proprieto rs by warrant 16 Aug 1708 did grant unto Richard COX and the above named Thomas BOYD and Geor ge BOYD bought in partnership with Rights of the said warrant from the said Richard COX, 19 J un 1782, who did grant and confirm unto the said Thomas BOYD and George BOYD, recorded in Pat ent Book 1, p.202; the said Thomas BOYD made his last will and testament dated 30 May 1789, i n which he did will and bequeath to his brother the said George BOYD his shares of that sam e plantation that they bought in partnership from Richard COX. George BOYD made his last wil l and testament on the 8th of the 4th month April 1799, in which he did will that the Plantat ions that he had be sold, and appointed his brother the said John BOYD executor. Wits. Samue l FUTHEY, William STRINGER. Wits. present at signing James GRIER, Susanna GIBBS. Parents: George BOYD and Mary DOUGLASS.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,38 He was born on 10 Mar 1761 in York Co., Pennsylvania.3,1233 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3,583 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,38 He lived in Callaway County, Missouri in 1827.3 He died on 24 Nov 1846 in Callaway Co., Missouri.3,1233 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3,583 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 56915. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: DAR]3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.

!Birth: (1) 10 Mar 1761.
Marriage to Grezelda Allen: (1)
Death: (1) 12 Oct 1847.

(1) Pvt., NC, Rev. War.

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! (1) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.
(2) "Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book." (a) Vol. 63, p.84. Lineage of Mis s Grace Boyd 62254.

! Birth: (1) 10 Mar 1761. (2a) 1761. York Co., PA.
Marriage to Grezelda ALLEN: (1,2a)
Death: (1) 12 Oct 1847. (2a) 1847. Callaway Co., MO.

(2a) 1776: Enlisted in Capt. James MORRISON's Co., Col. Charles McDOWELL's Regiment, NC Mil itia. (1) Pvt., NC, Rev. War.
(2a) 1833: Was placed on the pension roll, Callaway Co., MO. Parents: Robert BOYD and Eleanor MCCULLOUCH.

Spouse: Grezelda ALLEN. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,38 They were married on 10 Mar 1787.3,38 Reference Number:426485 Children were: John BOYD, Eleanor BOYD, Robert BOYD, Jane BOYD, Col John BOYD, Joseph BOYD, Thomas BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3 was born on 18 Aug 1761.2,3 He died on 19 Aug 1851.2,3 He is reference number 32665. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.

!Birth: (1) 18 Aug 1761.
Marriage to Margaret Huggins: (1)
Death: (1) 19 Aug 1851.

(1) Pvt., NY, Rev. War.

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! (1) D.A.R. Patriot Index (1966) p.77.

! Birth: (1) 18 Aug 1761.
Marriage to Margaret Huggins: (1)
Death: (1) 19 Aug 1851.

(1) Pvt., NY, Rev. War.

Spouse: Margaret HUGGINS. Thomas BOYD and Margaret HUGGINS were married. Reference Number:615272


Thomas BOYD3,38 was born about 1763 in , Montgomery, Virginia.3,38 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 21783.

Children were: Andrew BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3 was born in 1764.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,1457 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He was in 1794 in Rocky Spring Church, Cumberland, Pennsylvania.3,1756 He died in 1795 in Letterkenny Twp., Franklin Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3 He is reference number 30933. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County, Pennsylvania," comp.
by Virginia Shannon Fendrick (Franklin Co. DAR, Chambersburg, PA) p.22. FHL
#974.844 M2d. Cites: (a) PA Archives 5th Ser. Vol. 6, p.149,151,281,292,296.

!Birth: (1) s/o John BOYD.
Death: (1) Will of Thomas BOYD of Letterkenny Twp., Franklin Co., Pennsylvania dtd Jan
1795, probated Feb 1795.

(1) 1769: John BOYD of Letterkenny Twp., Franklin Co., PA, names six sons
James, Robert, William, Samuel, John and Thomas, each to have 1/6 share of his
estate.
(1a) 1781: Thomas BOYDE was in service, some undated rolls, under Capts.
Charles MACLAY and Patrick JACK, from Franklin Co., PA.
(1a) Thomas BOYD occupied Pew 24 in the Old Log Church at Rocky Spring. With
him were William ARCHIBALD, Elizabeth THOMPSON and Jas. NICKLAS.
(1) 1795, Jan: Thomas BOYD of Letterkenny, Franklin Co., PA, wrote his will.
Gave to son John, when he comes of age, 2/3 of my estate. Gave to daughter
Margaret 1/3 of his estate, she to be educated and to have her mother's
clothing. Executors were friends John BOYD of Berkeley Co., VA and John
BROTHERTON of Letterkenny Twp. Wits. Isaac PARKER, John BOYD.

! (1) "American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County, Pennsylvania," comp. by Virgini a Shannon Fendrick (Franklin Co. DAR, Chambersburg, PA) p.22. FHL #974.844 M2d. Cites: (a) P A Archives 5th Ser. Vol. 6, p.149,151,281,292,296.
(2) "Notes and Queries, Historical and Genealogical, Chiefly Relating to Interior Pennsylva nia," ed. William Henry Egle, Third Series, Vol. III, p.434.

! Birth: (1) s/o John BOYD. (2) s/o John BOYD/Mary. 1764.
Death: (1) Will of Thomas BOYD of Letterkenny Twp., Franklin Co., PA dtd Jan 1795, probate d Feb 1795.

(1) 1769: John BOYD of Letterkenny Twp., Franklin Co., PA, names six sons James, Robert, Wi lliam, Samuel, John and Thomas, each to have 1/6 share of his estate.
(1a) 1781: Thomas BOYDE was in service, some undated rolls, under Capts. Charles MACLAY an d Patrick JACK, from Franklin Co., PA.
(1a) Thomas BOYD occupied Pew 24 in the Old Log Church at Rocky Spring. With him were Willi am ARCHIBALD, Elizabeth THOMPSON and Jas. NICKLAS.
(1) 1795, Jan: Thomas BOYD of Letterkenny, Franklin Co., PA, wrote his will. Gave to son Jo hn, when he comes of age, 2/3 of my estate. Gave to daughter Margaret 1/3 of his estate, sh e to be educated and to have her mother's clothing. Executors were friends John BOYD of Berke ley Co., VA and John BROTHERTON of Letterkenny Twp. Wits. Isaac PARKER, John BOYD. Parents: John BOYD and MARY.

Spouse: MARGARET. Thomas BOYD and MARGARET were married. Reference Number:14505 Children were: John BOYD, Margaret BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3 was born after 1765.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 44928. [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. FHL book 974.w2 b. Cites: (a) Greene's Boothbay," p.504.

! Birth: (1,2) s/o George BOYD/Margaret. Parents: George BOYD and Margaret.


Thomas BOYD3,1149,1262 was born on 16 Nov 1766.3 He died in 1814 in Plattsburgh Bay.3 He is reference number 63653. Parents: George BOYD and MARGARET.

Spouse: Eleanor MCGLATHERY. Thomas BOYD and Eleanor MCGLATHERY were married in 1790 in Bristol, Maine.3 Reference Number:1072013 Children were: Alexander BOYD, Adam BOYD, Robert BOYD, William BOYD, Sally BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3 was born before 1768.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 252. Parents: Adam BOYD and JANE.


Thomas BOYD2,3,473,632,1203,1239 was born about 1771 in Shelburne, Massachusetts.3,632 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,473 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,1203,1239 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,473 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,1203,1239 He died on 24 Jan 1856 in York, New York.3,632 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 1096. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Descendants of John Boyd who Married Margaret Long, Boston, Massachussetts, 11 Apri l 1731," by Richard G. Boyd (Mt. Morris, MI, 1993; http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~c onfido). Cites: (a) Hardwick VRs. (b) Shelburne VRs.

! Birth: (1) s/o John BOYD. 1771.
Marriage to Susannah SMITH: (1)
Marriage to Mary COLLINS: (1) 12 May 1816. Hardwick.
Marriage to Miriam ALLIS: (1) 9 Jan 1823.
Death: (1) 24 Jan 1856. Livingston Co., NY.

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Removed to N.Y. in 1828 where he died; Livingston, County. Parents: Jr. John BOYD and Mary WARREN.

Spouse: Susanna SMITH. Thomas BOYD and Susanna SMITH were married. Reference Number:28014 Children were: Pliney BOYD, Baxter BOYD, Sukey BOYD, Sukey BOYD, Suky BOYD, Louisa BOYD, Caroline BOYD, Thomas Parsons BOYD, Philena BOYD, Mary Bulah BOYD, Samantha BOYD, Cemantha BOYD.

Spouse: Mary COLLINS. Thomas BOYD and Mary COLLINS were married on 12 May 1816 in Hardwick, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.2,3 Reference Number:28063 Children were: Jacob BOYD, Jason BOYD.

Spouse: Miriam ALLIS. Thomas BOYD and Miriam ALLIS were married on 9 Jan 1823.2,3 Reference Number:28070


Thomas BOYD3,800 was born about 1773.3,800 He died WFT Est 1792-1864.3,800 He is reference number 75130. Parents: Robert BOYD and Jane SMITH.


Thomas BOYD2,3,38,95 was born on 19 Sep 1774 in James R. Ferry, Botetourt Co., VA.3,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 54716. He has Ancestral File Number 1S7S-S5V. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Early Marriages, Wills, and Some Revolutonary War Records, Botetourt
County, Virginia," comp. by Anne Lowry Worrell (Hillsville, VA, 1958: reprint
Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1976) p.58.

!Birth: (1) s/o Andrew Kincaid.

(1) 1820, Jun: Will of Andrew Boyd proved Botetourt Co., VA. Names children
John, Thomas, Sarah, Ann Buchanan, Margaret, Pricilla "my unfortunate
daughter," Alexander. The heirs of a deceased child, Mary and James.

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! (1) "Early Marriages, Wills, and Some Revolutonary War Records, Botetourt County, Virginia ," comp. by Anne Lowry Worrell (Hillsville, VA, 1958: reprint Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimor e, 1976) p.58.
(2) "Buchanan, Virginia: Gateway to the Southwest," by Harry Fulwiler, Jr. (1980) p.30-40 . FHL book 975.583/B1 H2f.

! Birth: (1) s/o Andrew BOYD. (2) s/o Andrew BOYD/Mary BUCHANAN.

(2) 1820, 6 Mar: Andrew BOYD wrote his will. States he has instituted suites against estate s of Col. James PATTON and Col. John BUCHANAN; the profits from these suits to go equally t o children: John, Thomas, the heirs of son James, Sarah Ann BUCHANAN, the heirs of daughter J ane, and Ann Margaret. In addition each of these to receive $1.00, and nothing more of the es tate.
(1) 1820, Jun: Will of Andrew BOYD proved Botetourt Co., VA. Names children John, Thomas, S arah, Ann Buchanan, Margaret, Pricilla "my unfortunate daughter," Alexander. The heirs o f a deceased child, Mary and James.



!(1) "First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia 1785-1813" (D.A.R.,
Augusta Co., VA, 1970) p.25.

!Marriage to Elizabeth Huston: (1) 5 Oct 1795, Augusta Co., VA, by Rev.
Archibald Scott. Parents: Andrew BOYD and Mary Burke BUCHANAN.

Spouse: Elizabeth HUSTON. Thomas BOYD and Elizabeth HUSTON were married on 5 Oct 1795 in , Augusta, Virginia.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:617617


Thomas BOYD3,288 was born on 23 Mar 1775 in Centre Co., Pennsylvania.3,288 He died on 27 Nov 1847 in Seneca Co., Ohio.3,288 He is reference number 5425. Parents: Major James BOYD and Nancy BROWN.

Spouse: Elizabeth HUGHES. Thomas BOYD and Elizabeth HUGHES were married. Reference Number:106756 Children were: James BOYD, Nancy B. BOYD, Mary BOYD, Thomas Jefferson BOYD, Samuel BOYD, Jesse BOYD, Anne Elizabeth BOYD.

Spouse: MARIA. Thomas BOYD and MARIA were married. Reference Number:106919


Thomas BOYD3,95,371,1249 was born about 1777 in Prince Georges, MD.3,371 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He died Unknown.3,371 He is reference number 56969. He has Ancestral File Number MRT3-PT. [boyd-trees.ged]







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REFN: 1603 Parents: Joseph BOYD and ELEANOR.


Thomas BOYD3,281 was born on 8 Apr 1777 in Near Winchester, Frederick, Virginia.3,281 He died on 8 Feb 1856 in Fayette, Pennsylvania.3,281 He is reference number 52777. Parents: William BOYD and Ann JACK.

Spouse: Nancy RICE. Thomas BOYD and Nancy RICE were married. Reference Number:688928 Children were: Eliza BOYD, William BOYD, John BOYD, Thomas BOYD, Caroline BOYD, Ann BOYD, Randolph BOYD, Rice BOYD, Richard BOYD.

Spouse: Ann HERSTEIN. Thomas BOYD and Ann HERSTEIN were married. Reference Number:915812


Thomas BOYD3,550 was born on 23 Oct 1778 in Northumberland Co., Pennsylvania.3,550 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 603. Parents: William BOYD and Sarah JOHNSON.


Thomas BOYD2,3 was born in 1779.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 45316. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution," Vol. 35, p.257. (a ) Lineage of Mrs. Helen Boyd Denfield 34736.

! Birth: (1a) s/o samuel BOYD/Frances FLETCHER. 1779.
Marriage to Cathrene LIGHT: (1a) Parents: Samuel BOYD and Frances FLETCHER.

Spouse: Cathrene LIGHT. Thomas BOYD and Cathrene LIGHT were married. Reference Number:798882 Children were: Alpheus P. BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,1074 was born about 1781 in , , Pennsylvania.3,1074 He was buried in Oct 1824 in Sharon Old Cem., Noble, Ohio.3,1074 He died on 24 Oct 1824 in Sharon, Noble, Ohio.3,1074 He is reference number 1375. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! This information is from Lois Blake, death date from Mabel Lowe Carpenter.
Was a native of PA., came to Ohio when a boy, after marriage, settled near the
present town of Sharon. (1822) He was of Irish descent. Owned land in
Richland Township, Belmont Co., in 1805. Land grant Vol., L. page 141, Morgan
co., on 11 Dec 1815, and of the Independence of the United of America, the
40th, Thomas Boyd acquired the SW 1/4 of Section 17 in Township 6, range 9
Signed James Madison, President, and recorded 20 Oct 1818.
Land Grant #2. United States to Thomas and William Boyd of Belmont Co., Ohio,
at the Zanesville Land Office the NW 1/4 of Sec. 8, range 9, containing 155.50
acres. Signed, 5 Nov 1819, James Monroe President.

Spouse: Agnes WILEY. Thomas BOYD and Agnes WILEY were married in , Belmont, Ohio.3,1074 Reference Number:32085 Children were: Mary BOYD, Rebecca BOYD, Thomas M. BOYD, Margaret D. BOYD, Nancy BOYD, Ann BOYD, John BOYD, Wiley BOYD, Robert BOYD.


Thomas BOYD2,3,38,712 was born after 1783 in , Cumberland, PA.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died Unknown in Hayesville, , OH.3 He is reference number 32579. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Commemorative Biographical Record of Washington County, Pennsylvania"
(Chicago: J.H. Beers & Co., 1893) p.902-903. DCGS Lib., Lawrence, KS.

!Birth: (1) s/o David Boyd/Elizabeth Henderson.

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! (1) "Commemorative Biographical Record of Washington County, Pennsylvania" (Chicago: J.H . Beers & Co., 1893) p.902-903. DCGS Lib., Lawrence, KS.
(2) "The Story of David Boyd, 1743-1831, and his Captivity by the Indians as told by Heste r Boyd Jones," by Joseph Waugh (1893; rpt. http://homepages.roootsweb.com/~clanboyd, 2000).

! Birth: (1,2) s/o David BOYD/Elizabeth HENDERSON. (2) Cumberland Co., PA.
Marriage to Ruth SCOTT: (2)

(2) Inherited his father's homestead.
(2) Late in life settled in Hayesville, OH. Parents: David BOYD and Elizabeth HENDERSON.

Spouse: Ruth SCOTT. Thomas BOYD and Ruth SCOTT were married. Reference Number:482858


Thomas BOYD3,1117 was christened on 28 Apr 1783 in Carstairs, Lanark, Scotland.3,1117 He was born in 1783.3,1117 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,1117 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,1117 He died on 12 Aug 1861 in Carstairs, Lanark, Scotland.3,1117,1602 He is reference number 105847. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,1117 Parents: John BOYD and Janet GEDDESS.

Spouse: Margaret CORE. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,1117 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,1117 They were married on 5 Mar 1811 in Covington And Thankerton, Lanark, Scotland.3,1117,1425 Reference Number:34282 Children were: Margaret BOYD, John BOYD, Thomas BOYD, Isabella BOYD, Janet BOYD.


Thomas BOYD3,38 was born about 1785 in <, Wyth, VA>.3,38 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 21657. Parents: Andrew BOYD.

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