BOYD, GA, Will, 1832

Family Group Record

Husband: James BOYD Birth: 1739/4, County Tyrone, Knockavaddy Rock, Northern Ireland
Immigration: Mar 1795 Charleston, South Carolina
Moved.: abt 1800, Laurens Co., South Carolina
USC: 15 Nov 1808, Laurens Co., South Carolina
Death: 1845, Lumpkin Co., Georgia
Burial:
Marriage: abt 1765, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland
Father: Samuel BOYD (b abt 1718)
Mother:

Wife: Nancy WIER
Birth: abt 1745, County Tyrone, Belnagilla, Parish of Lys, Ireland
Death: 1843, Lumpkin Co., Georgia
Burial:
Father: Thomas WIER (b 1708)
Mother: Elizabeth FAULKNER

Child: 1 M Thomas BOYD
Birth: abt 1780 Knockavaddy Rock, Northern Ireland
Death:
Burial:
Spouse: UNKNOWN

Child: 2 M Samuel BOYD
Birth: abt 1783, Knockavaddy Rock, Northern Ireland
Death: South Carolina
Burial:
Marriage:

Child: 3 M William R. BOYD
Birth: abt 1785, Knockavaddy Rock, County Tyrone, Ireland
Immigration: Mar 1795, Charleston, Charleston County, South Car
Death: Jul 1855, Lumpkin County, Georgia
Burial:
Spouse: Elizabeth BURTON (m abt 1816)
Spouse: UNKNOWN (m 1828)

Child: 4 F Mary Ann BOYD
Birth: abt 1790, Knockavaddy Rock, Northern Ireland
Death: South Carolina
Burial:
Spouse: Thomas NORRIS

Child: 5 F Margaret BOYD
Birth: 1795, Charleston, South Carolina
Death: 1871, Lee County, Alabama
Burial:
Spouse: Robert FOSTER (m 1817)

Prepared 24 Jul 1998 by:
Lawrence Gardner Boyd
2143 Westchester Circle, Apt 7
Memphis, Tennessee 38134
901-385-7181
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FAMILY NOTES

HUSBAND NOTES: James BOYD
Immigration: James and Nancy and family landed in Charleston, South Carolina on St. Patricks Day in March of 1795 on the ship named the Volunteer. Margarete was born aboard ship USC(1).

WIFE NOTES: Nancy WIER

CHILD NOTES: Thomas BOYD

CHILD NOTES: Samuel BOYD
General: Never married.

CHILD NOTES: William R. BOYD

CHILD NOTES: Mary Ann BOYD

CHILD NOTES: Margaret BOYD
Birth: She was born aboard the ship "Volunteer" on the passage over to Ameraica.
General: The information on Margaret Boyds' marriage, death and family came from James Golden who is a great grandson of hers.
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Will of James Boyd (Margaret's father)
Gwinnett County, Georgia

To all people to whom these present shall come I James Boyd of the County & State aforesaid send greeting Know ye that I James Boyd for and & in consideration of the love and good will that I bear towards my Daughter Margaret Foster wife of Robert Foster of Tolbard County & State aforesaid have given & granted and by these present do peaceably & clearly & absolutely give & grant ...

... unto my Daughter Margaret Foster on Negro woman named Dice & all the Increase she hereafter has also one negro boy child by the name of Lewis son of Dice with every forfit and benefit that come from the above named negroes unto the said Margaret Foster and the lawful heirs of her body forever against me my heirs & assigns & against all & every other person or persons claiming the same or any part thereof as

Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal July 23 Anne Donini 1832 & in the fifty Seventh year of the American Independence.

Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of:
Elisha Vindon
H.A.B. Lunnelley J P.

his, James X Boyd, mark

Recorded the 7th day of August 1832 S.C. Leech Clk S.C
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SOURCES

Brent H. Holcomb. South Carolina Naturalizations 1783-1850.
Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1985. Page #199, Roll # 25.

Contributed by: Larry Boyd" l boyd@concentric.net
By way of: "Donna Boyd" momdsb@summit.net


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