Publ & ed by Wendy L. Elliott, C.G. 4808 E.Gar1and St. Anaheim, CA 92807
|Volume VII, Number 2 Apr/May/June 1991
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Texas Land Office Records . ....... . . . 2
William Hill BOYETTE ....... . . . . . 2
Irwin BOYETT & Descendants . .............4
Wayne Co., NC Deed........................6
Elijah Walkup BOYETT .....................7
Phillip W. BOYETT . . ...................8
Forum Notice . . . . . ...............9
RAMSEY-BOYETT Family . . . . . ..........10
AIS 1860 Census Index - Texas ...........10
Pedigree Charts . . . ...................10
Treasy BOYETTE . . . . . . ............12
Homestead Papers-Lucy WHITTY . ...........12
Land Records Madison Co., FL . ...........13
Equity Court Case Wayne Co., NC...........14
Renewal Notice . . . . . . ............19
Ancestral File . . .......................20
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Texas General Land Office
The land grant index at the above repository of land grant records in Texas contains several BOYET/TT entries. Individuals may request research on land grants for each name, but a $2.00 search fee per given name is required. Write first and request the proper form to use in ordering the records. After you have returned the completed form and check for the appropriate amount, the staff will examine each file for that name and send you forms on the documents in each file with the information shown on each document with the photocopy fee for each. It is a time_consuming process, but well worth the wait.
To save further time, I have abstracted the BOYET/BOYETT names from the index. These follow:
C.N. BOYET Liberty County P_000415
Archives & Records Division
1700 North Congress
Austin, TX 78701
|Eve BOYET Milam County P_004675
|John H. BOYET Lamar County P_000107
|Calvin N. BOYETT Sabine County P_000100
|charity BOYETT Rusk County 3_000532
|H.A. BOYETT Houston County 3_000805 & 3_001165
|James C. BOYETT Liberty County 3_000225
|Jefferson BOYETT Rusk County 3_000543
|Nathan L. BOYETT Milam County S_000592
|Thomas BOYETT Bexar County P_000512
WILLIAM HILL BOYETTE FAMILY
Family information compiled from Huxford's Pioneers of WireGrass Georgia, U.S. Censuses, personal information of BOYETTE descendants, and Connell_Morris & Allied Families, pp. 921_2.
William Hill BOYETTE's oldest daughter, Sarah BOYETTE, was born 9 Dec 1860 in Berrien Co., GA. She m. 23 Sept 1880 to Manasseh HENDLEY who was b. 13 Aug 1865 in Berrien Co., GA. He the son of John D. and Catherine (GRIFFIN) and died Aug 1925.
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Their children are:
1.Malcolm HENDLEY b. 1889; m. Minnie SIRMONS
2.Minnie b. 1892
3.Annie b. 1895 m. George KNIGHT
4.Marcus b. 1897 m. Miss LUKE
5.Sarah b. 1899 unmd
6.Manasseh b. 1901
7.Webster H. b. 1903
8.Jesse b. 1905
10.Rhetta m. Charlie PITTMAN
11.Martie m. Ellis RICHARDSON
William Hill BOYETTE's son, Isaac was b. 20 April 1871 in Berrien Co., GA. He d. 21 Jan 1919 in Cook Co., GA and is bur. at Empire Church Cemetery in Berrien Co., GA. Isaac m. Martha "Mattie" Saline BOSTICK, daughter of John David and Rachel (KIRKLAND) BOSTICK. Mattie was b. 13 Jan 1871 in Berrien Co., GA; she d. 25 Apr 1960 and is bur. Wilkes Cem, Cook Co., GA.
Their children are:
1. stillborn girl b.& d. 17 Dec 1891 Adel, Berrien Co. GA.
2. Emma BOYETTE b. 15 Feb 1893 Adel; m. Leonard ROWAN; d. 20
3. Rhemer (m) b. 14 July 1895 Adel; d. 10 Oct 1918 (WWI)
4. Lillie b. 1 Aug 1897 Adel; m. Howard WALKER.
5. Noah b. 6 July 1900 Adel; m (1) Armetta JOHNSON; m (2)
Margaret DREW; he d. 6 Jan 1988.
6. Lonnie b. 7 Mar 1902 Adel; d. 20 Dec 1903.
7. Lossie (m) b. 14 Apr 1906 Adel; m. Estelle COPPAGE; d. 31
8. Vonnie (f) b. 24 Dec 1908 Adel; m. Bob GIBBS; d. 8 Apr
9. Connie (m) (twin) b. 27 June 1911 Adel; m. Lorene Fletcher;
d. 26 Feb 1944.
10. Onnie (f) (twin) b. 27 June 1911 Adel; m. Herman GLISSON;
d. 1 Jan 1944.
11. Hill (m) b. 28 July 1915 Adel; m. Wilma FUTCH; d. 22 May
William Hill BOYETTE's daughter, Annie, was born 7 July 1873 in Berrien Co., GA. She married Thomas J. CRUM who was b. 4 Sep 1870 and d. 9 Dec 1943. Annie d. 21 Jan 1950; they are bur. Beaverdam Cem, Ray City, Berrien Co., GA.
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Their children are:
1.Benjamin CRUM b. 1896
2.Mary b. 1901
3.Annie May b. 1903
4.John C. b. 1905
5.Lilla A. b. 1909
The above information was taken from Huxford's Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia, U.S. Censuses, persn knowl of Boyette descendants, and Connell_Morris & Allied Families, p. 921_2.
Following information submitted by Charles E. BOYETTE, Steens, MS:
IRWIN BOYETT: DESCENDANTS AND RELATED FAMILIES
Irwin BOYETT, probably a son of James BOYETT, m. 2 Feb 1823 in Monroe Co., GA to Julia Ann MUNDY, daughter of Reuben MUNDY of Jasper Co. GA; their marriage was also recorded in Jasper Co. for 28 Apr 1823. Irwin died relatively young about 1824 (at which time his brother, Edward was administrator of his estate in Screven Co., GA. Julia Ann m. (2) 9 Sep 1827 in Fayette Co., GA to Jeremiah PITTMAN. Julia's father, Reuben MUNDY, while living in Houston Co., GA drew land in Jasper Co. in the 1821 Georgia Lottery. [William W. BOYETT was also a resident of Jasper Co. GA as was a HEARD family. William W. drew land located in Monroe Co., GA, while he was a resident of Jasper Co. in the 1821 lottery. If there is a relationship to William W., it is unknown at this time. ]
Jeremiah PITTMAN witnessed a deed from James MAY to Reuben MUNDY on 12 Feb 1825 in Monroe Co., GA where William W. BOYETTE was the J.P. who recorded the deed.
Jeremiah PITTMAN was in Allen's District Henry Co., GA when he drew land during the 1832 Cherokee Land Lottery. Julia Ann and her second husband Jeremiah PITTMAN were in Fayette Co., GA when the 1830 U.S. Census was enumerated. From 1840 through 1860 they were in Butler Co., AL as appears in the federal censuses. Some of their children (probably not all) are as follows:
i. Hillery C. PITTMAN b. @1829 prob in Fayette Co., GA.
ii. James b. @ 1835 Fayette Co., GA.
iii. Amanda M. b. @ 1838 in GA; m. Samuel BROOKS 11 July 1860 in Butler Co., AL.
iv. William b. @ 1838 Butler Co., AL.
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v. Robert C. b. @ 1840 Butler Co., AL; m. Mrs. Martha DAVIS 8 Oct 1865 in Butler Co., AL.
vi. Mary b. @ 1845 Butler Co., AL.
vii. George b. @ 1847 Butler Co., AL.
viii. Walker/Walter b. @ 1849 Butler Co., AL.
Reuben BOYETT b. @ 1824 GA (probably the son of Irwin and Julia Ann (MUNDY) BOYETT) drew land in the 1832 Cherokee Land Lottery in GA as an "orphan" while living in Allen's District, Henry Co., GA. Reuben m. his first cousin, Louisa Amanda HEARD, 18 Nov 1849, Troup Co., GA; Louisa was the daughter of Amanda "Mandy" Malvina MUNDY, (b. 9 May 1806 [another daughter of Reuben MUNDY); she d. 29 July 1873) and John Jasper HEARD, (b. 16 Mar 1798; d. 4 July 1867.
Reuben BOYETT was killed in a cotton press explosion in Chambers Co., AL in Oct 1858. His widow, Louisa Amanda (HEARD) BOYETT married secondly, Reuben's half_brother, James "Jim" M. PITTMAN, who probably was the son of Jeremiah PITTMAN and Julia Ann (MUNDY) BOYETT.
Louisa Amanda (HEARD) BOYETT/BOYAT d. of typhoid fever on 1 July 1862 in Hogansville, GA. Her second husband, James M. PITTMAN, then m. (2) Louisa's first cousin, Mrs. Susan Elizabeth (HEARD) COCKRELL, daughter of George Washington HEARD, brother of John
D Jasper HEARD. [George and John and families moved to MS abt 1867; John's settled Chickasaw & Clay counties. Both George and John d. near West Point, Palo Alto, MS in July 1867.3 Susan had one son by her previous marriage [see below).
Reuben and Louisa Amanda (HEARD) BOYETT's children:
1. John Jasper BOYETT b 18 Jan 1853 Chambers Co. ,AL; d. 1862.
2. Erwin Newton b. 19 Nov 1854; d. Mar 1930/1.
3. George Washington b.28 Nov 1856; d. 21 May 1945.
4. Reuben Charles b. 30 Oct 1858; d. infancy.
James M. and Louisa Amanda (HEARD) BOYETT PITTMAN's child:
1. Lucinda Ellamae PITTMAN, b. 1 May 1861 in Hogansville, GA; She and parents moved to Lafayette Co., MS about 1867. She was listed in the 180 and 1880 Lafayette Co., MS U.S. Censuses; in 1870 in home of James M. & Susan, and in 1880 with her husband James and two children. She m. James Robert BOSWELL on 23 Nov 1876 in Lafayette Co., MS.
Lucinda Ellamae (PITTMAN) and James Robert BOSWELL's children are:
i. George BOSWELL b. @ 1877.
ii. Amanda E.[Effie?3 b. 1878/9.
Susan Elizabeth HEARD and Mr. COCKRELL's son:
1. William Samuel "Sam" Barton COCKRELL. He was foreman of the Huntington Ranch which later were moved from the site
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of the present-day Huntington Museum/Library in San Marino, CA. Had at least one child: Catherine who m. Mr. OLSON and had a son Richard OLSON.
James M., Susan Elizabeth, Rose Dell, Sam Cockrell, and family and possibly Lucinda Ellamae (PITTMAN) BOSWELL moved to San Marino, CA in the late 1800s or early 1900s. Jim and Susan are bur. in Pomona, CA. He was a railroader in Hogansville, GA in 1860.
[Editor's note: Please see query concerning these families.]
WAYNE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
DEED BOOK 7, PAGE 10
To all to whom these presents shall come I Sarah BOYTE of the county of Wayne send greeting know ye that I the sid Sarah BOYTE for and in consideration of the natural Love and Affection which I have and bear unto my beloved Son Joseph Ballard BOYTE of the county of Wayne and for divers other good causes and considerations me hereunto moving have given and granted and by these presents do give and grant unto the said Joseph Ballard BOYTE all and singular my goods and chattels following here mention the goods to have hold and Enjoy all and singular the goods chattels and personal Estate aforesaid unto the said Joseph Ballard BOYTE his Exers. Admrs. & assigns forever and I the sid Sarah BOYTE all and singular the aforesaid goods chattels and premises to the said Joseph Ballard BOYTE his Execurs. Admrs. & assigns against all others whatsoever shall and will warrant and for ever defend by these presents in witness to wit One Mare 1 Horse colt 5 head of Cattle 1 Bed & furniture 1 Pot 1 Pan 1 Dish 2 Plates 1 Hackle 1 flax wheel 1 Ax. 1 Weeding hoe 1 Cutter 1 flook hoe 1 Chest 1 Pail 1 Diggin one keeler 1 Cann 2 Basons and all my whole & sole Estate for ever seald signed in presence of us
[written immediately below) her
after her decease Sarah X BOYTE (seal)
this 14 day of January 1799 mark
Jacob B. BOYTE +
Then was the within Deed of Gift from Sarah BOYTE to Joseph B. BOYTE provd by the Oath of Jacob BOYTE a subscribing witness thereto and ordered to be registered
Test Jas. Sasser C.C.
|John Thompson Wayne County January term 1799
[Editor's Note: Joseph Ballard BOYTE and Jacob Ballard BOYTE were the illegitimate sons of Sarah BOYTE and John BALLARD.]
ELIJAH WALKUP BOYETT
From Luteen Carroll, Gainesville, TX:
Elijah Walkup BOYETT, son of Eli and Sarah (JERNIGAN) BOYETT, was b. 29 Dec 1838 in Gibson Co., TN. (see Newsletter Vol VI, No. 1 and From Boyt to Boyette, p. 49 & 71). He m. Susan Alabama MITCHELL 25 Dec 1859 Gibson Co., TN. Susan was b. July 1841 probably in Gibson Co., TN, daughter of William N. and Margaret, both natives of Tennessee. Elijah states that he enlisted in the Confederate Army 25 Dec 1861, in Gibson Co. ,TN, but the records show that the date was actually 3 Dec 1861. He was in Co. H, 47th Tenn. Infantry__a unit which was organized in and consisted mostly of men from Gibson County and surrounding areas. He served from "Dec 1861 to the close of the War.. .1 was paroled in April 1865." Official records show that he was listed as "present" on the company roll for Jan and Feb 1864 which is the last roll on file. During the War Between the States, Elijah lost his right eye and part of his nose. In his pension application he notes his disabilities as "loss of right Eye, Right Inguinal Hernia, and Senility." This is verified by Edward J. Hamilton, county physician.
His application includes a statement that "I have been a bona fide citizen of the State of Texas Ever since 1870" and other records agree. He and family were in Stephens County when the 1880 U.S. Census was enumerated:
|Elijah W. BOYETT 41 yrs. b. TN
In 1900 Elijah (b. Dec 1838 TN) and Susan (b. July 1841 TX), and their youngest child, Charles (b. Sept 1882, TX) were living in Aransas Co., TX. In Elijah's pension application he states that he has "a claim on a House and 2 Lots and 4 3/4 achors (sic) of Land in Aransas and Sanpatricio Countys, but I Cant get aney thing for it one Hundred Dollars wod be a big Price for the Property. No Personal property." He answers to a question concerning his wife's property, "I have no wife." Susan d.1901 near Corpus Christi, TX.
In Elijah's application for pension from Texas is an undated deposition made by Elijah's first cousin, James E. BOYETT. James states, "I am 69 yrs old I reside at Chico, (Wise Co.] Texas.. .I personally knew E.W. BOYETT...have know E.W. BOYETT 60 yrs. Knew
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him first in Gibson Co., Tenn about 1846." This states that they both joined at Trenton, TN (county seat of Gibson Co.) in the same company "and served to the close of the war... I served with him all through the war."
A second deposition to Elijah's war service was made by J. G. REED, a farmer whose address was R.F.D. No. 1, Alvord, Wise Co., TX (about ten miles from Chico). He states that he "knew E. W. BOYETT from about 1855 until about 1875...first knew him in Gibson Co., Tenn." J.G. REED was living with Elijah's deceased Uncle Elijah BOYETT's family when the 1870 U.S. Census was taken. J.G. states that he was with Elijah when they enlisted and served in the same company. He adds, "He (Elijah) had an eye shot out and his arm broken at Atlanta Ga in 1863. I do not think he is able to earn a living...."
The application also states that Elijah lived in and owned property in Aransas and San Patrico counties, TX. Elijah applied for his pension in Houston, Harris Co., TX where he was living 15 Aug 1906. His address was 915 Taylor St. at that time, and he states that he has lived in Houston for eight months.
Elijah was a farmer, but in his application he states that he is "unable to do much work" because of his physical condition which he states is caused by "over work, strain and old age."
He died in Hopkins Co., TX and is buried in the Shirley Cemetery in Hopkins Co., TX. His son_in_law, J. C. FRONEBERGER applied for reimbursement for Elijah's burial costs. Elijah d. 24 June 1918 near Sulphur Springs, Hopkins Co., TX. His oldest daughter, Sarah E., had married Joshua FRONEBERGER; [they were residents of Hopkins Co., TX.) Sarah was born 1862 [in Gibson Co., TN and d. 1937 probably in Hopkins Co., TX;) Joshua b. 1852, d. 1924. In his application for reimbursement for Elijah's burial costs, Joshua gives his own address on 12 July 1918 as RFD #6. Sulphur Springs, TX.
PHILLIP W. BOYETT
Phillip W. BOYETT, son of James Thomas and Mary "Polly" (SALLIER),
BOYETT b 3 Apr 1846 in Union Parish, LA; m. 19 Dec 1867 in Bradley
Co., AR; d. 20 Jan 1904 Sabine Co., TX; bur. Gravel Hill Cem.,
Sabine Co., TX. Phillip m. Sarah An Catherine BOYET, daughter of
William BOYET, b. 22 Oct 1850 Union Parish, LA; d. 12 Nov 1919 in
Sabine Co., TX; bur. Gravel Hill Cem, Sabine Co., TX.
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Children of Phillip W. and Sarah BOYETT, all born in Sabine Co.,TX:
1. Mary A. BOYETT, b. 28 Dec 1868; d. 31 Dec 1868.
2. Sarah An Catherine "Sally" b. 1 Apr 1870; m. 20 Oct 1887 Sabine Co., TX to Banjamin R. GUTHRIE; d. 6 May 1891 Sabine Co., TX; bur. Gravel Hill Cem, Sabine Co., TX.
3. Noah Washington b. 19 May 1872; m. 28 Aug 1893 Sabine Co.,TX to Mattie E. HENDERSON; he d. 16 Aug 1907 Sabine Co., TX; bur Gravel Hill Cem, Sabine Co., TX.
4. William Wesley b. 11 Mar 1874; m. 14 June 1896 Sabine Co., TX to Rebecca Louise WELCH; he d. 14 May 1947 in TX; bur. Griffen Cem, Saline Co., TX.
5. Nathan Daniel b. 17 July 1876; m. (1) 19 July 1??? Ester Ella MAYSHAW m. (2) 17 Mar 1901 Minnie Lee CONN; d. 26 May 1945 Saline Co., TX; bur. Gravel Hill Cem, Sabine Co., TX.
6. Emma Argent b. 8 June 1879; m. 20 Sept 1896 Sabine Co., TX to Joseph K. BOYETT; d. 5 Apr 1961 Panola Co., TX; bur. Beckville, Panola Co., TX.
7. Elias Mathew b. 9 June 1881; m. 30 Nov 1905 Sabine Co., TX to Olla FULLER; d. 11 Sept 1935 in San Augustine Co., TX; bur. Rosevine Cem, Sabine Co., TX.
8. Columbus Simon b. 5 June 1884; m. (1) 23 Dec 1906 Sabine Co., TX Emma CURL, m. (2) in or aft 1928 Minnie WRIGHT; d. 20 May 1962 Sabine Co., TX; bur. Gravel Hill Cem, Sabine Co., TX.
9. Della Luella b. 31 Dec 1886; m. 7 May 1904 Sabine Co., TX to Robert V. WINKLE; d. 2 Sept 1910 Keville, AR; bur. Keville, AR.
10. Thomas F. b. 10 Apr 1889; unmd; d. 16 Apr 1889, Sabine Co., TX; bur. Gravel Hill Cem, Sabine Co., TX.
11. Leah C. b. 28 Nov 1890; m. Chariton "Jack" EDDINGS; d. 1950; bur. Rosevine Cem. Sabine Co., TX.
12. Ernest Edward b. 26 Oct 1893; m. (1) 10 Nov 1915 Sabine Co.,
TX to Tera Phenada GRAY, m. (2) 15 Aug 1927 Bradley Co. ,AR to
Gertie HOLLINGSWORTH; d. 21 Nov 1963 Bradley Co., AR; bur.
Gravelridge Cem, Bradley Co., AR. He changed his surname from
BOYETT to BOYETTE when he moved to Arkansas.
Sources of Information: Marriages from family Bible as recorded in courthouse in Warren, Bradley Co., AR; census records; persn knowl of Gertie BOYETTE, William C. DICKEY, Jr.; Mike BOYETT; gravestones; some marr rec from courthouse and other fam Bible rec.
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Taken from Civil War Census Arkansas about 1911:
THOMAS WALTER RAMSEY AND ANN ELIZA BOYETT
Thomas Walter RAMSEY of Hamburg, AR, b. 23 Dec 1829 at Florence,
Stewart Co., GA, son of Wright Evans and Martha Ann (MILLER)
RAMSEY. Thomas was educated in Union Co., AR; he was treasurer of
Ashley Co. from 31 Oct 1905 to 31 Oct 1910. In 1911 he was county
and probate judge; he was a Democrat, Methodist, and Mason. He
served as a private in Co. B., 3rd Ark. Regt of Inf. from 9 June
1861 through May 1865. He was Commander of James Morris Camp No.
1309 in Hamburg. Thomas m. Ann Eliza BOYETT, daughter of Jackson
and Jane BOYETT of Hamburg, AR. They were m. 19 July 1863 in Union
Children of Thomas and Ann Eliza:
1. Arthur RAMSEY m. Daisy WHITE.
2. Kate m. Feilin BRADFORD
3. Paul m. Effie LACY
The above information was certified by W. J. GRANTHAM, Assessor of
Ashley Co., AR on 17 Jan. 1912.
Accelerated Indexing System's 1860 Census Index for Texas:
|BOYET, Elzy Nacogodch 185 Linn Flat P. TX
|BOYETER, John Falls Co. 152 Carolina P. TX
|BOYETT, C. H. Burleson 143 Evergreen P. TX
|BOYETT, Frances Burleson 123 Brazos Botto TX
|BOYETT, G. W. Nacogdoch 162 Linn Flat P. TX
|BOYETT, James C. Brazos 060 Boonville P. TX
|BOYETT, John Rusk 241 Mount Enterp TX
|BOYETT, N. Burleson 122 Brazos Botto TX
|BOYETT, Thomas Nacogdoch 162 Linn Flat P. TX
|BOYT, John Smith 057 Mount Carmel TX
|BOYT, Lenord A. Henderson 052 Sciance Hill TX
|BOYT, Luraney L. Henderson 052 Sciance Hill TX
Pedigree Chart of Joseph WILLIAMS, Austin, TX includes the following:
James BUCKLEY, son of Butler and Elizabeth (STORY) BUCKLEY, b. 1750
in VA; d. 1865 ?; James m. Temperance BOYETT, who was b. 16 Jan
1787 in SC or GA near Augusta, Richmond Co., GA; she d. 5 June
1860 in Monticello, Lawrence Co. (MS).
Their son, James BUCKLEY, b. 11 May 1804 in Barnwell Dist. SC; m. 14 Jan 1830 to Elizabeth PARKMAN; he d. 28 Dec 1883 in Lawrence
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Co., MS; Elizabeth b. 7 July 1812 in SC; d. 1863 Lawrence Co., MS.
Their son, James Marion BUCKLEY was b. 10 Oct 1830 in MS; James
Marion m. 1856 to Bethany CRAFT b. 27 Feb 1837 in Pike Co., MS;
James Marion d. 28 Dec 1885 in Lawrence Co., MS and Bethany d. Apr
1901 in Jackson, Hinds Co., MS.
A letter from Joseph Williams to Frances BOYET PARKINSON, Hazlehurst, MS was forwarded to me for the Newsletter:
"...Temperance BOYETT who married James BUCKLEY and died in Lawrence Co. MS 6-5-1860.. .1 would appreciate very much any info you can supply me about this Temperance BOYETT.
In the old Monticello (MS) Cemetery I understand there is a marker thus: 'Temperance, wife of Jas. Buckley, born in S.C. 1-16-1787 died 6-5-1860'. On the other hand, we have a letter dated 6-14-1895 from Wilson BUCKLEY Harrison, MS to his nephew Ben C. BUCKLEY, Jackson City, MS in which he writes 'My Mother's Father was named BOYETT.' She was born in Augusta, Georgia."
Editor's note: Anyone having any information concerning Temperance, please contact Joseph R. Williams, 1605 Watchhill Rd., Austin, TX 78703.
Taken from the Pedigree Chart of Anne Trevarthen, 121 Underwood Dr., Williamsburg, VA 23185. Anne would appreciate hearing from anyone with additional information on any of these lines.
[presented in annentafel form with those pertaining to BOYETTE lineage; editor's notes are added in brackets):
1. Daisy Mae BOYETTE b. 11 Nov 1919, Wayne Co., NC; m. 19 Aug 1936 to Norman CREECH; d. 9 Jan 1978 in Johnston Co., NC.
2. Anderson BOYETTE b. 30 Mar 1891/2 VA; d. 29 May 1971 Wilson Co. NC. Anderson had brothers: Condary who m. Elise WATSON and Clyde who m. Julie LANGLEY. Anderson m. Lillie Viola DAVIS.
3. Lillie Viola DAVIS b. @ 1896, daughter of Steven DAVIS and Lugenia BALLANCE.
5. Sarah C. WIGGS, b. 20 Dec 1869; d. 29 Nov 1951 Johnston Co. NC?, bur. Upper Black Creek?
|4. William H. BOYETTE (a railroad man), b. 5 June 1863; d. 16 July 1896; bur. Polly WATSON'S Crossroads Cem.
6. Steven DAVIS b. 18 Dec 1865; m. 25 June 1885 Johnston Co., NC; m. (2) Eliza LANGSTON; d. 20 May 1947.
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|7. Lugenia BALLANCE d. 17 May 1912.
|Children of Steven and Lugenia (BALLANCE) DAVIS were: Eddie, William Henry, Milie, Willie, Anderson, Lillie, Bynam, Mary, Persie, Steven, Bessie, and Zeddy.
|8. Amos BOYETTE b. @ 1829 [of Johnston Co.NC ]; m. Sally FERRELL
|12. Bynam DAVIS, b. 22 Nov 1832; d. 22 July 1924 bur Davis Fam Cem
|13. Millie BOYETTE b. 11 Nov 1836 Johnston Co., NC; she is a sister of #8 Amos above; d. 1 Jan 1902 bur Davis Fam Cem
|14. Alvin Ballance d. 10 Sept 1899.
|15. Sally BOYETTE b. @ 1840 Johnston Co., NC; sister of #8 d. 3 Feb 1903.
|16. George BOYETTE b. @ 1808 [of Johnston Co. NC); m. 25 Dec 1827 in Johnston Co., NC Cuzzy, Causia, or Carisa WATSON.
|17. Carisa or Cuzzy WATSON b. @ 1810 NC [probably related to Durham JONES, son of America TOLER, wife of Dickson TOLER/TOLAR who were devisees in James JONES' will dated Dec 1825 Wayne Co., NC; heard in Equity Court.)
|(George BOYETTE b. 1808 is reported to be the son of Joseph BOYETT and Sally LANGLEY. Joseph is recorded as a son of George BOYETT/BOYETTE and Tamsey O'NEAL. (Vol.11, No.4). George b. 1808 and Cuzzy's children were Amos, Joseph, Enos, Melinda, Milley, Nancy,
|Sally, Martha, Stephen, Cally, and George.)
|L.C. McCall of Hiawassee, GA, a descendant of Treasy BOYETT writes:
|Treasy BOYETTE was b. 1834 in Duplin Co., NC; she m. John BOSTICK also of Duplin Co., NC. In 1808 Jesse BOYETTE m. Keziah SMITH on 10 Aug 1808 in Duplin Co., NC. In Huxford's Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia, Jessee BOYETTE is listed as the parent of Treasy BOYETTE. Huxford's work shows: Treasy BOYETTE, b. 1816, and her half-brother William Hill BOYETTE, b.
1834 moved to Berrien Co., GA about 1850. So William Hill BOYETTE's mother was not Keziah SMITH. Huxford has an incomplete sketch on William Hill (see pp. 2 & 3 of this Newsletter).
Submitted by John Mercer, St. Paul, MN:
Homestead Certificate No.6620, Application #7700 (handwritten data noted with boldface type; (surnames in all capitals added)
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"Whereas There has been deposited in the General Land Office of the United States a Certificate of the Register of the Land Office at Gainesville, Florida, whereby it appears that pursuant to the Act of Congress approved 20th May 1862 To secure Homesteads to actual Settlers on the Public Domain," and the acts supplemental thereto, the claim of Lucy WHITTY has been established and duly consummated, in conformity to law, for the East half of the North East quarter of section twelve in Township one South of Range ten East of Tallahassee Meridian in Florida containing seventy nine acres and eighty five hundredths of an acre---- according to the Official
Plat of the survey of the saidLand, returned to the General Land Office by the Surveyor General: Now know ye, That there is, therfore, granted by the UNITED STATES unto the said Lucy WHITTY--the trct of Land above described TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said trct of Land, with the appurtenances thereof, unto the said Lucy J. WHITTY-- and to her heirs and assigns forever.
(signed by Benjamin Harrison and dated 29 April 1890)
Homestead Certificate No.11282 Application # 19077 ...Land Office at Gainesville Florida... of John E. WHITTY.. West half of the South East quarter of Section twelve in Township one Southof Range ten East of Tallahassee Meridian in Florida containing seventy nine acres and eighty four hundredths of an acre... John E. WHITTY...[signed by Grover Cleveland and datd 14 Feb 1895]
(cover reads: United States To John E. WHITTY----Filed for Record Jany 10" 1898 Recorded in Deed book Q, page 340 [lower half of page] Thos Z. Martin
Clerk $1.00 Paid Fred P. Shaffer D.C.
Madison County) Be it remembered That I Thos Z. Martin Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for said County, do hereby certify that the foregoing Deed have been duly recorded in the public records of said county. witness my hand and seal this the 10" day of January A.D. 1898
|Another section shows: State of Florida)
THIS INDENTURE, Made this day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Eighty Nine, Between R. H. WHITY and Emily E. WHITY his wife and William C. JOHNSON and Sarah A. JOHNSON his wife of the County of Madison and State of Fla of the first part and John E. WHITTY of Same Place of the second part:
|WITNESSETH, That the said part of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of one Dollars, lawful money of the United States of America, to them in hand paid by the said party of the second part, at or before the ensealing and delivery of these
presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, has
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Granted.. and by these presents Do Grant...unto the said party of the second part and his heirs and assigns, forever, all that parcel or tract of Land situate, lying and being in the county of madison and State of Florida described as follows: the East half of the [writing obliterated] North East quarter of Section twelve Township one South of Range ten containing eighty Acres more or Less...[signed) R. H. WHITY (seal), William C. "X" JOHNSON (seal), Sarah A. "X" JOHNSON. [Witnessed by J. A. BETHEN? W. M. FRIES and
G. B. HAVEN
[followed by wives' depositions]:
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS That we Sarah A. JOHNSON and Emily
E. WHITTY wives of the above named B. H. WHITTY and William C. JOHNSON do by these presents, made and executed by our separate and aparat from my said husband, and in the presence of G. B. Haven a conveyance, for the purpose of Relinquishing our Dower and Right of Dower... [dated) 8th November...(l8)89.
[more not copied here] Warranty Deed from William C. JOHNSON & R.H. WHITTY to J. E. WHITTY Filed... Madison Co., FL 1 Jan 1890 Recoded in Book "0" pp 33_35.
Submitted by M. E. H. Jackson, Canadian, TX.
From Ye Olde Dobbs Trail Vol. 6, No. 1, July 1990:
State of North Carolina: Wayne County In Equity
To the Honorable the Judge of the Court of Equity of the
County of Wayne:
|The Bill of Complaint of Stephen BOYT, Amos BOYT, Micajah BOYT, Dempsy BOYT, and of Elisha BOYT, Louisa BOYT, Ollen BOYT, Alice BOYT, John Ashley BOYT, and the said Elisha Louisa, Ollen, Alice and John his Infants and sue in this behalf by Polly BOYT their mother and next friend, the said Polly BOYT administratrix of Moses BOYT, and Thomas WISE, all of Wayne County and of America TOLER and Eliza TOLER, Elizabeth TOLAR and Durham JONES of Johnston County, the said Eliza, Elizabeth and Durham are Infants and sue in this behalf by the said America TOLER their mother and next friend, humbly Therwith That James JONES late of Wayne County, on or about the twentyeth day of December in the year One thousand eight hundred and twenty five being of sound and disposing mind and memory, duly made and published his last will and testament in writing, with the solemnity required by law for the disposition by will of real and personal estate, and in or about the [blank space] day of January following
the execution of said will departed this life without having revoked, cancelled or in any way altered the said will. (blank space]
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Your Orators further shew unto your Honor that of this said will your Orator Stephen BOYT and William THOMPSON were appointed Executors: and although the said will was seen by several persons after the decease of the said James JONES, It has been subsequently taken away from the place where it was deposited, and the said executors have not been able to find the same, so that the said will cannot be obtained to be proved in regular form of law in the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Wayne County, and your Orators verily believe that it has been lost or destroyed. Your Orators further shew unto your Honor that the said last will, thus made, published and declared contained the following devises and bequests, and no other, and was they believe (faded] __pref__d in the terms and to the effect following, that is to say.
I James Jones do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following__ (end of page)
|(next page, unnumbered on this copy] I leave Sixty acres of land lying on the West side of the road that leads from Arthur Jones' to Hillary Hooks' to be sold at my death The balance of my land over the road I give to Elisha BOYT, called the son of Moses BOYT, to him and his heirs forever. I lend to my wife Mary JONES all my land, except the fifty acres to be sold, and all my negroes and other property during her life. I give to said Elisha BOYT son of Moses BOYT a negro Boy, called Coalman to him and his heirs forever. I give to Moses BOYT a piece of land on the other side of said road begining at the road at a stake toward Arthur JONES' and runs with Arthur JONES' lines to a Stump James JONES' Willy JONES, and Arthur JONES' corner; then across from the Stump, through or by the Shop field so called, to a burnt pine; then to an Oak near the cart path, called Coors Cart path, to apine his, and Kennedys and Howells Corner then to the road with Kennedys line. then to the begining. I give to Moses BOYT two negroes named Rose and her infant to him and his heirs, forever. I leave to Thomas WISE a negro boy named Nathan, and if the said WISE should die without an heir of his body the said negro shall come back to Stephen BOYT. I leave to the said Moses BOYT two mules Jack and Gin and all my hogs at the wild_cat pen to him and his heirs. I leave to America TOLER (sic), widow of Dickson TOLAR (sic) deceased two cows and calves, and to her
three children fifty dollars each for three years for schooling said children. I give to Stephen BOYT seven negroes named Bill, Silva, Charles, Sampson, Lucy and her two infants;-all the land that has not been willed away; all the stock except that has been willed away:-all the household and kitchen furniture, and all
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of the property thats not given away, except five pounds which I give to my heirs at law.
I leave to Amos BOYT, Micajah BOYT, and Demspy BOYT the debt John McKINNE owes me.
I appoint William THOMPSON and Stephen BOYT my (end of page] [beginning of next unnumbered page) executors_which said will your Orators charge was signed by the mark of the said James JONES, thus "James his mark Jones" _ and acknowledge to be his last will in the presence of John C. PENDER and Hamilton HOWELL, who in his presence and in presence of each other signed their names as Witnesses. thereto.
And your Orators further shew unto your Honor that the said James JONES left a widow Molly JONES who resides in Wayne county, and one brother; Arthur JONES, and one sister Betsey GARNER the wife of Willis GARNER; all of whom reside in Wayne County. And the following descendants of deceased brothers and sisters _ that is to say___
Thomas WISE, only child of Edith WISE.
and Henry JONES, Theophilus JONES, charity JONES, Mary HEDGEPETH, Bryan(?) JONES, Percy (JONES crossed out) wife of Ephraim THOMPSON, Edith JONES, Charlotte JONES, Dorcas GREEN wife of James GREEN, the children of Willis JONES deceased. and Barden TOLAR, Enos TOLAR, Betsey STRICKLAND wife of Benjamin STRICKLAND, children of Grace__Tolar, who was the wife of Myar(?) TOLAR.
and Robert JONES, John JONES, William JONES, Penny JONES, and Hardy JONES, children of Hardy JONES.
and David HOWELL, Edmund HOWELL, Theophilus HOWELL, James HOWELL, Ozborn HOWELL, Molly WALLER wife of Elijah WALLER, Nelly HOWELL, Sally HOWELL, Joshua HOWELL, and Lewis HOWELL, children of Jemima HOWELL, who was the wife of Ozborn HOWELL.---
To which said living brother and sister, and to the said
|descendants of the deceased brothers and sisters of the said James JONES (subject to the dower of his widow) would have
descended as his heirs at law all the real estate of the said James JONES and among the said widow & brother and sister and children of deceased brothers & sisters, as next of kin, would have been disi[faded]ted all the personal estate of said deceased [end of page)
[beginning of next unnumbered page) had the said deceased died without will or testament.
Your Orators Eliza & Elizabeth TOLER, and Durham JONES are the children of America TOLER mentioned in the said will. Moses BOYT survived the said James JONES and has since died, leaving your Orators Elisha BOYT, Louisa BOYT, Ollen BOYT, Alice BOYT &, John Ashley BOYT his children and heirs at law----
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Administration on the estate of said Moses BOYT has been granted to your Oratrix Polly BOYT.
Your Orators further shew unto your Honor that Molly JONES widow of said James JONES disclaims all benefit under the said will, insists on and prefers the dower and distributive share given to widows who dipart (sic) from their husbands will__Your Orators further shew unto your Honor that they are in danger of loosing the benefit of the devises and bequests to them, by reason that the said will has been lost or destroyed before being proved: And that the persons herein named as heirs at law and next of kin of the deceased James JONES claim to take by descent and by distribution the real and personal estate of the deceased as though he had died intestate: And your Orators are unable either to prove the due execution of said will, to make out a copy of its contents, or to establish its loss, without the aid of a discovery from the said heirs at law and next of kin, and are without the means of any competent and effectual remedy for the assertion of their rights, except through the interposition of this Honorable Court.
The said Arthur JONES, Willis GARNER and Betsy his wife and Thomas WISE, Mary HEDGEPETH, Borden TOLAR, Enos TOLER, Benjamin STRICKLAND & Betsey his wife, reside in Wayne county. Bryan JONES, Ephraim THOMPSON & Percy his wife, Edith JONES, Charlotte JONES, James GREEN and Dorcas his wife, and David HOWELL and [written above] Ozborn HOWELL reside in Johnston county.
[Reference number (?North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC) is shown as 103 (Wayne County).508.19.]
From the above Equity Court case your editor has identified and grouped the following families:
Children of [?Theophilus?) JONES of Wayne Co., NC:
(correct birth order is unknown]
1. Edith m. WISE; d. bef Dec 1825.
2. Willis/Willy JONES, d. bef Dec 1825 Wayne Co., NC.
3. Grace m. Myar? TOLAR; d. bef Dec 1825.
4. Hardy d. bef Dec 1825.
5. Jemima m. Ozborn HOWELL; d. bef Dec 1825.
7. Arthur lived Wayne Co., NC in Dec 1825; d. aft Dec 1825.
|6. James m. Mary "Molly;" he d. Jan 1826 Wayne Co., NC. They had no issue.
8. Betsy m. Willis GARNER; lived in Wayne Co., NC; she d. aft Dec
Mary "Polly STEVENS m. Moses BOYET (b. @ 1780 son of Amos) on 28 Feb 1810 in Johnston Co., NC. Moses was a devisee in James JONES'
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will and it noted by the Orators that Moses died after Dec 1825. Moses' will was probated in Wayne Co. in March 1826. They resided in Wayne Co. Moses' children were also named as petitioners in the equity court case concerning the administration of James' will; they were under legal age, thus termed "infants" in the above cited Equity case and under guardianship of their mother.
i. Elisha BOYT b. @ 1808 Wayne Co., NC.
ii.Louisa b. @ 1810 Wayne Co., NC.
iii. Ollen/Allen M. b. @ 1812 Wayne Co., NC.
iv. Alice E. b. @18l4 Wayne Co., NC.
v. John Ashley b. 18l6 Wayne Co., NC.
The other BOYTS mentioned in James JONES' probate were Stephen, Dempsey, Amos, and Micajah. These were brothers of Moses BOYET and sons of Amos BOYET Sr. of Wayne Co., NC. Amos had eight children, including six sons__John is not mentioned in James' probate. Micajah was b. @ 1778; Dempsey b. @ 1781, Amos [Jr.) b. @ 1784, Stephen b. @ 1792, and John b. @ 1795; all in Wayne Co., NC.
America m. Dickson TOLAR/TOLER. James' will does not specifically state any relationship, but it is possible that her son, Durham JONES was James' son. In his will her children are named as:
i. Durham JONES
ii. Eliza TOLER
iii. Elizabeth TOLER
Edith and her husband, Mr. WISE had only one living son in 1825:
i. Thomas WISE of Wayne Co., NC.
Willis JONES was the father of the following:
i. Henry JONES
iv. Mary m. Mr. HEDGEPETH.
vi. Percy m. Ephraim THOMPSON
ix. Dorcas m. James GREEN
Grace and Myar? TOLAR/TOLER were the parents of:
i. Borden TOLAR
iii. Betsey m. Benjamin STRICKLAND
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Hardy JONES was the father of:
i. Robert JONES
Jemima JONES m. Ozborn HOWELL; they were parents of:
i. David HOWELL
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Name Name Place Date Relative
|BOYSTER, Susan Estelle MO 1892 Fa:William Issac Ja*
|BOYSTER, Wallace Gilbert MO 1896 Fa:William Issac Ja*
|BOYSTER, William Issac Jacob MO 1859 Fa:Danie1 BOSTER (B*
|BOYSTON, DR JOHNSON SALISAW. Sarah* NameOnlv ABT1871 Sp:Tom STUMP
|BOYSTON, William...................................... ......................... NameOnly ABT1875 Sp:Lee CORUM
|BOYT, Bessie Mae TX 1866 Fa:Thomas P. BOYT
|BOYTE OR BOYT OR BOYETT, Celia Or* NC 1786 Fa:Thomas BOYTE OR *
|BOYT, David NameOnly ABT1856 Sp:Emilv Jane TROUT
BOYT, Elezebeth 1861 Fa: Hugh BOYTS
|BOYT, Ed 1885? Fa:Felix Allen BOYT
|BOYT, Elizabeth NameOnly PRE1871 Sp:Thomas May PEAK
|BOYT, Eva Ann IL 1886 Fa:Felix Allen BOYT
|BOYT. Felix Allen IL 1842 Sp:Sarah Ann DUNN
|BOYT. Frank NameOnly ABT188O Sp:Jessica Maude BA*
|BOYT, Georgia Ann FL 1863 Fa:John T.BOYT
|BOYT, John T. GA 1834 Fa.Kindred BOYT
|BOYT, Jordon NameOnly ABT1845 Sp:Mary Ann NETTLES
|BOYT, Kindred NameOnly PRE1834 Sp:Susannah JARRETT
|BOYT, Kindred B. NameOnly PRE1844 Sp:Susannah JERROLD
|BOYT, Mable IL 1883 Fa:FelixAl1en BOYT
|BOYT, Mary E FL 1862 Fa:John T. BOYT
|BOYT, Mary Elizabeth GA 1844 Fa:Kindred B. BOYT
|BOYT, Myrtle IL 1881 Fa:Felix Allen BOYT
|BOYT, O. Rufus NameOnly ABT1888 Sp:Betty Mabel BIRD
|BOYT, Susan Elizabeth MS 1831 Fa:Mr. WALLIS
|BOYTE OR BOYET OR BOYT, Thomas 1760? Sp:Elizabeth LANGST*
|BOYTE\BOYET\BOYT, Thomas 1760? So:Elizabeth LANGST*
|BOYT,. Thomas P. 1860? Sp:Molly (DONALDSON*
|BOYTE 1529? Sp:Mary CULLUM
|BOYTE, Archie NameOnlv LIVING Sp:Carrie Percilla*
|B'OYTE,Barra Lyndon NameOnly LIVING Sp:Opal HANSEN
|BOYTE OR BOYT OR BOYETT. Celia Or* NC 1786 Fa:Thomas BOYTE OR*
|BOYTE, Estelle NameOnly ABTl871 Sp:Albert Franklin*
|BOYTE, George NameOnly ABT1891 Sp:Lillian SMITH
|BOYTE, Otto NameOnly ABT1892 Sp:Lona PETERMAN
|BOYTE, Roger 1525? Sp:Sibley CULLUM
|BOYTE OR BOYET OR BOYT. Thomas 1760? Sp:Elizabeth LANGST*
BOYET LIVING Fa:Benjamin BOYET
|BOYTE\BOYET\BOYT. Thomas 1760? Sp:Elizabeth LANGST*
|BOYET, Aaron NameOnly ABT1816 Sp:Harriet DURHAM
|BOYET, Benjamin Romania 1866? Sp:Mollie BOYET
BOYET. Elizabeth NameOnly PRE1857 Sp:David F. JONES
|BOYET, Eliz. 'Bettie 1804? Sp:Moses HEADDEN
BOYTE OR BOYET OR BOYT, Thomas 1760? Sp:Elizabeth LANGST*
|BOYET. Mollie 1888? Sp:Benjamin BOYET
BOYTE\BOYET\BOYT, Thomas 1760? Sp:Elizabeth LANGST*
|BOYETT NameOnly ABT1877S Sp:Mattie Elizabeth*
BOYETT 1882? Fa:William Thomas B*
|BOYETT 1880? Fa:William Thomas B*
BOYETT, A. D. F. 1859 Fa:William A. BOYET*
Name Place Date Relative
|BOYETT, Addie 1875 Fa:Jefferson B. BOY*
|BOYETT, Ailsey NameOnly PRE1852 Sp:James Briscoe BR*
|BOYETT, Amos J. 1845 Fa:William A. BOYET*
|BOYETT, Annie NameOnlv ABT187O Sp:Thomas Jackson C*
|BOYETT, Annie GA 1873 Fa:William Hill BOY*
|BOYETT, Annie May TX 1903 Fa:Macdonald BOYETT
|BOYETT, Arrilla GA 1883 Fa:William Hill BOY*
|BOYETT, Belvia TX l893 Fa:Macdonald BOYETT
|BOYETT, Bill 1874 Fa:John BOYETT
|BOYETT, Bob NameOnly ABT1891 Sp:Nelia BERRY (TW*
|BOYETT, Caleb TX 1898 Fa:Macdonald BOYETT
|BOYETT, Cebron TX 1888 Fa:Macdonald BOYETT
|BOYTE OR BOYT OR BOYETT, Celia Or* NC 1786 Fa:Thomas BOYTE OR *
|BOYETT. Charles Hopton NameOnly PRE1857 Sp: Lucretia FLOWERS
|BOYETT, Clarence Everett MO 1903 Fa:Thomas BOYETT
|BOYETT, Clarinda 1876'? Fa William Thomas B*
|BOYETT, Claudia 1895 Fa:Hyram Monroe BOY*
|BOYETT, Columbus C. Ala 1896 Fa:Hyram Monroe BOY*
|BOYETT, Cora .L 1886 Fa:Hyram Monroe BOY*
|BOYETT, Deely 1866? Sp:James HALL
|BOYETT, Delilah GA 1869 Fa:William Hill BOY*
|BOYETT, Dunham Josiah NameOnly PREl875 Sp:Missouri GEORGE
|BOYETT, Dunham Josiah NameOnly PRE1875 Sp:Missouri GEORGE
|BOYETT, Eli NameOnly PRE1835 Sp:Sarah A. JERNIGAN
|BOYETT, Eliza. NameOnly ABT1853 Sp:John M. LEONARD
|BOYETT, Eliza 1865 Sp;John M. LEONARD
|BOYETT, Eliza TX 1891 Fa:Macdonald BOYETT
|BOYETT, Eliza Elizabeth MO 1860 Fa:John BOYETT
|BOYETT, Ella 1881 Fa:Jefferson B. BOY*
|BOYETT, Elsie TX 1696 Fa:Macdonald BOYETT
|BOYETT, Emma 1862? Fa:Millard F. BOYETT
|BOYETT, Emmert Rear MO 1898 Fa:Thomas BOYETT
|BOYETT, Floyd Chester MO 1909 Fa:Thomas BOYETT
|BOYETT, Frances C Ala 1657 Fa:Henry.BOYETT
|BOYETT, George MO 1873? Fa:John BOYETT
|BOYETT, Gertrude TX 1867 Fa:Macdonald BOYETT
|BOYETT, Harriett NameOnly PRE1856 Sp:Wiley WATSON
|BOYETT, Hattie FL 1895 Fa:Millard F. BOYETT
|BOYETT, Hazel NameOnly ABTI9OO Sp:.John Henry WILSON
|BOYETT, Henry NameOnly ABT1845 Sp:Celia CORLEY
|BOYETT, Henry 1860 Fa:Jefferson B. BOY*
|BOYETT, Henry 1884? Fa:Millard F. BOYETT
|BOYETT, Henry NC 1815 Sp:Alley
|BOYETT, Henry C. 1921 Fa:John Henry BOYETT
|BOYETT, Houston 1901 Fa:Hyram Monroe BOY*
|BOYETT, Huey NameOnly ABT184O Sp:Jane SERMONS
|BOYETT, Hyram Monroe AL 1861 Fa:Henry BOYETT
|BOYETT, Issac GA 1871 Fa:William Hill BOY*
|BOYETT, James Henrv NameOnly LIVING Sp:Susette June WRI*
|BOYETT, James Herbert Cuba Gr* 1905 Fa:Robert Emmett BO*
|BOYETT, James Hoarce 1886? Fa:Millard F. BOYETT
|BOYETT, James Riley LA 1848 Fa:Ethelred BOYETTE
|BOYETT, Jefferson B. AL 1835 Sp:Mary Ann VAUGHT
|BOYETT, Jemima GA 1877 Fa:William Hill BOY*
|BOYETT, Jessie NameOnly PRE1816 Sp:
|BOYETT, Jessie NameOnly PRE1834 Sp:
|BOYETT, Jessie 1847 Fa:William A. BOYET*
|BOYETT, Jessie GA 1881 Fa:William Hill BOY*
|BOYETT, Jessie E MO 1885 Fa:William Thomas B*
|BOYETT, Jessie, Thomas NameOnlv ABT1882 SP:Leonia CRUM
BOYETT, Jim AL 1850? Fa:Henry BOYETT
BOYETT, Joe 1876? Fa:John BOYETT
BOYETT, John 1847?. Sp:
BOYETT, John GA 1865 Fa:William Hill BOY*
BOYETT, John H. Ala 1855 Fa:Henry BOYETT
BOYETT, John Henry 1894 Fa:Hyram Monroe BOY*
BOYETT, John Jefferson TX 1870 Fa: Jefferson B. BOY*
BOYETT, Josiah NameOnly ABTl868 Sp:Elizabeth Clemen*
BOYETT, Josiah S. (TWIN) TN 1864 Fa: William H. Or J.*'
BOYETT, Judy Faye LIVING Fa:Raymond Jack BOY*
BOYETT, Julia NameOnly ABT1845 So: John R. MORGAN
BOYETT, Julia 1850 Fa:William A. BOYET*
BOYETT, Lacy Curtis LA 1892 Fa:.James Riley BOYE*
BOYETT, Lacy Curtiss NameOnly LIVING Sp:Argon WALLACE
BOYETT, Laura NameOnly ABT189O Sp:Harry Ula GREEN
BOYETT, Laura 1892? Sp:Harry Ula GREEN
BOYETT, Laura LIVING Fa:Macdonald BOYETT
BOYETT, Lela NameOnly ABT1872: Sp:Tommie THOMPSON
BOYETT, Lettie 1844? Sp:James M. STEELMAN
BOYETT, Levi Allen 1873 Fa:Jefferson B. BOY*
BOYETT, Lewis Fillmore 1888? Fa:Millard F. BOYETT
BOYETT, Linda Lona NameOnly ABT1875 Sp:Willie Barton GU*
BOYETT, Linden Ray MO 1902 Fa:Thomas BOYETT
BOYETT, Lucinda NameOnly PRE1838 Sp:James B. HENDERS*
BOYETT, Lurancy NameOnly PRE1844 Sp:
BOYETT, Macdonald 'TX 1857 Fa:Charles Hopton B*
BOYETT, Malcolm TX 1869 Fa:Macdonald BOYETT
BOYETT, Marion 1856? Sp:Susan RUCKER
BOYETT, Martha Ann NameOnly ABT186O Sp:William Sanders*
BOYETT, Mary 1852 Fa:William A. BOYET*
BOYETT, Mary NameOnly ABT1861 Sp:Alfred Sidney CR*
| BOYETT, Mary GA1875 Fa:William Hill BOY*
| BOYETT, Mary Adella 1862 Fa:Jefferson B. BOY*
| BOYETT, Mary Carolyn NameOnly ABT1843 Sp:W. Randall JAMES
| BOYETT, Mary Elda GA 1869 Fa:William J. BOYETT
| BOYETT, Mary Etta TX 1695 Fa:John Jefferson B*
| BOYETT, Mary Lecy MO 1862 Fa:William H. Or J.*
| BOYETT, Matthew Mason MO 1870 Fa:John BOYETT
| BOYETT, Mil1ard F. FL 1863? Sp:Ruth SHIVER
| BOYETT, Nancy NameOnly ABT1780 Sp:John HOWELL
| BOYETT, Nancy A.(Nannie) 1857 Fa:Jefferson B. BOY*
| BOYETT, Nancy Evaline TN 1864 Fa:William H. Or J.*
| BOYETT, Nancy J. AL 1853 Fa:Henry BOYETT
| BOYETT, Nona Elizabeth MO 1874 Fa:William Thomas B*
| BOYETT, Nora Lee FL 1890 Fa:Millard F. BOYETT
| BOYETT, Otis Jasper 1898 Fa:Hyram Monroe BOY*
| BOYETT, Pearl Mae 1882 Fa:Hyram Monroe BOY*
| BOYETT, Pharro Braxton 1886 Fa:Hyram Monroe BOY*
| BOYETT, Rachel TX 1895 Fa:Macdonald BOYETT
| BOYETT, Raymond Jack LIVING Fa:Lacy Curtiss BOY*
| BOYETT. Raymond Jack JR LIVING Fa;Raymond Jack BOY*
| BOYETT, Richard August MO 1905 Fa:Thomas BOYETT
| BOYETT, Robert NameOnly PRE1833 Sp:Hulda CRAMIE
| BOYETT, Robert Emmett KY 1873 Sp:Agnes LouiseKES*
| BOYETT, Rosa Lee NameOnly ABT1877 Sp:William Franklin*
| BOYETT, Samantha Jane GA 1867 Fa:William Hill BOY*
| BOYETT, Sammy A TX. 1878 Fa:Jefferson B. BOY*
| BOYETT, Sara 1872? Fa:John BOYETT
| BOYETT, Sarah GA 1860 Fa:William Hill BOY*
| BOYETT, Sarah Ann Lanora GA 1875 Fa:Dunham Josiah B0*
|BOYETT, Sarah E. AL 1859 Fa:Henry BOYETT
|BOYETT, Susan TN 1923 Sp:Andrew MASSEY
|BOYETT, Susan Mary TN 1833 Fa:Robert BOYETT
|BOYETT, Susan R. Ala 1848 Fa:Henry BOYETT
|BOYETT, Teresa Diane LIVING Fa:Raymond Jack BOY*
|BOYETT, Theodore Roosevelt LIVING Fa:LIVING
|BOYETT, Thomas Ala 1850 Fa:Henry BOYETT
|BOYETT, Thomas MO 1873 Fa:John BOYETT
|BOYETT, Thomas Jefferson NameOnly ABT 1889 Sp:Mary SUTTON
|BOYETT, Treacy NC 1816 Fa:Jessie BOYETT
|BOYETT, Walter Herbert MO 1900 Fa:Thomas BOYETT
|BOYETT, Will NameOnly ABT1870 Sp:Rebecca Lincen Z*
|BOYETT, Will NameOnly ABT1880 Sp:Mattie Ola HIGDON
|BOYETT OR BOYETTE, William A. NC 1823 Sp:Mary A. or Pollie*
|BOYETT, William H. or J. TN 1835 Fa:Eli BOYETT
|BOYETT, William Hill NC 1834 Fa:Jessie BOYETT
|BOYETT, William J. GA 1862 Fa:William Hill BOY*
|BOYETT, William Mcelder (Mac) 1867 Fa:Jefferson B. BOY*
|BOYETT, William 1878? Fa:William Thomas B*
|BOYETT, William Thomas TN 1853 Sp:Mary Jane Molly*
|BOYETT, Winifred 1853 Fa:William A. BOYET*
|BOYETT, Winnifred NameOnly PRE1787 Sp:Henry DYESS R. S.
|BOYETT, Zella MO 1862? Fa:John BOYETT
|BOYETTE, Carl NameOnly ABT1886 Sp:Addie Winnifred *
|BOYETTE, Cullen NameOnly ABT1823 Sp:Delila WATTS
|BOYETTE, Daniel Of Nc 1775 Sp:Elizabeth BOYER
|BOYETTE, Eliza Margurett AR 1867 Fa:Lafayette B. BOY*
|BOYETTE, Ethelred AL 1800 Sp:Nancy PORTER
|BOYETTE, Jimmie NameOnly ABT1851 Sp:Martha BOYKIN
|BOYETTE, John NameOnly PRE1899 Sp:Josephine Collin*
|BOYETTE, Lafayette B. NameOnly PRE1867 Sp:Tabitha C. JONE*
|BOYETTE, Luraney NameOnly PRE1854 Sp:Harbird CORBITT
|BOYETTE, Mary NameOnly ABT1925 Sp:Lauren Morris ST*
|BOYETTE, Mary Elizabeth 1857 Sp:Issiac Newton BA*
|BOYETTE, Minnie Ann NameOnly ABT1886 Sp:Thomas Henry KENT
|BOYETTE, Minnie E. 1886? Sp:William Perry HU*
|BOYETTE, My Cajah NameOnly ABT1899 Sp:Mary Elizabeth S*
|BOYETTE, My Cajah NC 1899 Fa:John BOYETTE
|BOYETTE, Nancy NameOnly PRE1820 Sp:Isaac STROUD
|BOYETTE, Nancy NC 1800 Fa:Daniel BOYETTE
|BOYETTE, Nancy North C* 1807 Sp:Benajah HARPER
|BOYETTE, Ola Inez NameOnly ABT1904 Sp:Thomas Esper BRY*
|BOYETTE, Feany Elizabeth NC 1857 Fa:William A. BOYET*
|BOYETTE, Pennie NameOnly ABT1850 Sp:Sanders A. PEEDIN
|BOYETTE, Ranson NameOnly ABT1841 Sp:Patience BOYKIN
|BOYETTE, Ranson NameOnly ABT1847 Sp:Sarah BOYKIN
|BOYETTE, Thelma Allie Velma Lee NameOnly ABT1910 Sp:Forest Leon KNOX
|BOYETTE, Vera NameOnly ABT1892 Sp:Ira Grissom HARP*
|BOYETT OR BOYETTE, William A. NC 1823 Sp:Mary A Or Pollie*
|BOYETTE, William NameOnly ABT1882 Sp:Estelle SNOWDEN
|BOYETTE, William Jack NameOnly ABT1867 Sp:Charlotte COOK
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ATTEMPTING TO PROVE THAT:
1. Reuben Boyett was son of Irvin Boyett & Julia Ann Mundy.
2. Reuben Boyett was grandson of & named after Reuben Mundy.
3. Julia Ann Boyett who married Jeremiah Pittman Sept. 9, 1827 was mother of Reuben Boyett.
4. Reuben Boyett was half brother to children of Jeremiah Pittman and Julia Ann.
5. Reuben Boyett & James M. Pittman were half brothers & both married Louisa Amanda Heard, Reuben Boyett first.
6. Irvin Boyett who married Julia Ann Mundy Feb. 2, 1823 in Monroe Co. Ga., recorded in Jasper Co. Ca., was son of James Boyett of Screven Co. Ca.
1. If Irvin Boyett, who married Julia Ann Mundy Feb. 2, 1823 in Monroe Co. Ca. was same as Irvin, son of James, why was his estate administered back in Screven Co. Ca. in 1824 by his brother, Edward & why was there no reference to his wife & son
2. How did Irvin Boyett die and where? Natural causes, Illness, accident, murder, hanging, Indian wars or what?
3. Was Irvin living with William W. Boyett in Jasper Co. Ga. or Monroe Co. Ga. before Irvins' marriage to Julia Ann Mundy Feb. 2, 1823, or possibly with other kin Wm. W. Boyett was living in Jasper Co. Ca. in 1821 when he drew land in Monroe Co. Arthur, Seth and James Boyett also drew land in Monroe Co. Ca. in the 1821 Ca. Land Lottery. ****
1. Reuben Boyett (Orphan) and Jeremiah Pittman, both of Allens District in Henry Co. Ga., and William A. Pittman of Fayette Co. Ca. and brother of Jeremiah Pittman all drew land in the 1832 Cherokee Land Lottery.
2. The latest records I found in the Butler Co. Ala. Court House that concern the Jeremiah Pittman family are marriage records of two who appear to be children of Jeremiah & Julia Ann Pittman:
a. Amanda M. Pittman (probably named after Amanda Malvina Mundy, sister of Julia Ann Mundy) married to Samuel Brooks on July 11, 1860.
b. Robert C. Pittman to Mrs. Martha Davis, October 8, 1865.
4. Did the Jeremiah & Julia Ann Pittman family move away from Butler Co. Ala. after the Civil War?
5. Did Samuel Brooks (who married Amanda M.Pittman) remain in Butler Co. Ala or vicinity after the Civil War?
6. Did Jeremiah Pittman sell the land around Georgiana/Avant community which he bought in 1860?
7. Is there a Jeremiah Pittman Family Bible and who owns it/address?
8. Where are Jeremiah Pittman & Julia Ann (Mundy) (Boyett) Pittman & family member buried?
9. Where is James Boyett of Screven Co. Ga. buried?
10. Where is Irvin Boyett (son of James Boyett of Screven Co. Ga.) buried?
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