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Full text of "The Boyd family : including the allied families of Bell, Bracken, Culler, Cunningham, Finley, Gaut, Hoover, Hough, Markley, McGrew, Parrish, Perry, Pinkerton, Scholl, Speer, Warfel, Welday, Williams : with special reference to Mercelia Louise B"

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Including the Allied Families of 

BELL • BRACKEN • CULLAR • CUNNINGHAM • FINLEY 

GAUT • HOOVER • HOUGH • MARKLE • McGREW 

PARRISH • PERRY • PINKERTON • SCHOLL 

SPEER • WARFEL • WELDAY • WILLIAMS 

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MERCELIA LOUISE BOYD 



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To My Beloved Daughter 

MERCELIA LOUISE BOYD 

THE FOLLOWING PAGES 

ARE AFFECTIONATELY 

DEDICATED 



PREFACE 

In the Fall of 1933, just twenty-two years after this work was undertaken. Cora 
Cullar Boyd, sister of the compiler, spent several months in Missouri, Ohio. Penn- 
sylvania and Washington. D. C. for the particular purpose of making a personal 
survey for Boyd Family records among relatives, and in Court Houses, Cemeteries. 
Libraries, and Historical Societies. A great many of the records which appear in this 
volume are the result of her splendid work. 

Quite by chance, when in the Library of Congress in Washington. D. C, Cora 
became acquainted with a genealogist, Katherine Cox Gottschalk, of Pittsburgh. 
Pa., from whom she asked help in locating some Pennsylvania record books. After 
working with her for a few hours she was so impressed with her knowledge and 
experience that she suggested retaining Mrs. Gottschalk to complete the job of finding 
the Boyd immigrant. This arrangement was finally made. 

At this time only six generations had been definitely established, and an intensive 
search revealed the fact that this particular line had never been traced nor its 
records published. 

For many years the compiler had been following the wrong ancestor in his 
search for family records, he being under the impression that this ancestor was a 
Francis Boyd. He compiled a complete lineage of this Francis Boyd, but Mrs. 
Gottschalk produced conclusive evidence showing that he had no connection whatever 
with the family of the compiler. 

She picked up threads of information here and there, finding associates, neigh- 
bors and intermarriages; searching the census, tax and land records. locating farms 
and eliminating all those who did not fit into the picture. When all was put together, 
she had added two additional early generations to the six alreadv established, which 
led us to the immigrant. William' Boyd. 

We are all greatly indebted to Cora Boyd, to Mrs. Gottschalk, and to the many 
family members who have assisted so materially by furnishing records of their 
respective families. 

We have attempted to use in these records only facts which have been proved, 
where proof has been obtainable, and when information has been at variance, pref- 
erence has been given to those in better position to know the facts. In order to 
minimize errors all records were verified and brought up to date, where possible, just 
before going to press. 

SCOTT LEE BOYD 
October. 1935, 

Santa Barbara, Calif. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 
CONTENTS 

Origin and History of the name BOYD, and Coat of Arms 7 

Descent of the Old and Ancient Family of Boyds in Scotland 8 

History of the City of Kilmarnock, Scotland, and Dean Castle, the Home of the 

Ancient Boyds 14 

The Royal House of Stewart and the Stewart-Boyd Clan 16 

The Migrations of the Boyds from Scotland to Ireland with References 17 

Boyds in America 19 

Boyds in Pennsylvania 20 

History of the Marsh Creek Settlement and Manor of Maske 20 

Thomas^ Boyd, The Immigrant 21 

Old Sewickley Presbyterian Church •. 24 

Chart Showing the Paternal Ancestral Family Connections of Mercelia Louise 

Boyd 26 

The Boyd Lineage of Mercelia Louise Boyd 27 

The Boyd Genealogy 45 

Allied Families: 

The Bell Family 234 

The Bracken Family 239 

The Culler Family 241 

The Cunningham Family 243 

The Finley Family '. 245 

The Gaut Family 248 

The Hoover Family 252 

The Hough Family 254 

The Markle Family 266 

The McGrew Family 276 

The Parrish Family 285 

i-The Perry Family 287 

The Pinkerton Family 290 

The Scholl Family 294 

The Speer Family 298 

The Warfel Family 301 

The Welday Family 303 

The Williams Family 307 

Index of Families , 309 

Index of Names 311 



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 

Boyd Coat of Arms Frontispiece 

PACF. 

Section A facing 6 

1. Dean Castle, Home of the Ancient Boyds, Kilmarnock, Scotland. 

2. Old Sewickley and Dick Presbyterian Churches, near West Newton, Pa. 

3. Tombstones of Boyd Revolutionary Soldiers in Old Sewickley (now Dick) Church 

Cemetery. 

Section B facing 38 

1. John D. Boyd and Kerenhappuch (Parrjsh) Boyd. 

2. Nine children of John D. and Kerenhappuch (Panrish) Boyd. 

3. John Finley Boyd and Mary Jane (MoUie) (Cullar) Boyd. 

4. John Finley Boyd and wife, Mary Jane (MoUie) (Cullar) and daughter, Cora 

CuUar Boyd. 

5. Residence of Mr. and Mrs. John Finley Boyd, Butler, Mo. 

6. Six children of John Finley and Mary Jane (MoUie) (Cullar) Boyd (taken 1890). 

7. John Finley Boyd and children (taken 1910). 

8. Six children of John Finley and Mary Jane (MoUie) (CuUar) Boyd (taken 1935). 

Section C facing 62 

1. Edwin Everett Boyd and wife, Grace (Jones) and family. 

2. Scott Lee Boyd and wife, Mercelia Anna (Winslow) and daughter Mercelia 

Louise Boyd. 

3. Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lee Boyd, Santa Barbara, Calif. 

4. Mrs. Louise Massa (Tracy) Winslow. 

5. Clyde Hiram Boyd and wife, and Wallace Warfel Boyd and wife. 

6. Five children of Clyde Hiram and Martha Frances (Savage) Boyd. 

7. Francis Eugene Boyd and wife, Katherine Cutting (Stewart) and famfly. 

8. Grandchildren of Clyde Hiram and Martha Frances (Savage) Boyd. 

Section D /^;„g 287 

Littleton Jerome Perry, Nancy Jane (Perry) Cullar and John Wesley Cullar. 




RUINS OF DEAN CASTLE. KILMARNOCK. SCOTLAND 
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Benjamin Boyd, and Annie his wife. (Taken 1935.) (See pages 32-37, 41V), 49-50) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 7 

ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF THE NAME "BOYD" 
AND COAT OF ARMS 

The family name of Boyd is one of the ancient names in Scotland, and has been 
traced back to one named "Eochcudh." who was called Buidhe. meaning "the fair." 
The appellation of Buidhe was annexed to his name and he was known as "Eochcudh 
Buidhe," and from him descended the men known later as Boyd. From this early 
character all of the families named Boyd seem to trace their line of descent. 

"The Gaelic word 'Boidh,' which means fair or yellow-haired, was the origin 
of the names of numerous branches of the Boyd Family. 

"Rev. J. S. Boyd of Greenleaf, Minn., says his name originally was spelled 
'Buidh,' which' means 'yellow-haired,' and a little stream in Ireland was so named 
after their family. But they undoubtedly first came from Scotland." (Ref. Origin 
and Hist, of name "Boyd," American Publishers' Association publication, Chicago, 
III., 1905.) 

COAT OF ARMS— ORIGINAL 

"The arms of this family were described as . . . Az., a fess chequy arg. and gu., 
in cheif a trejoil. or; Crest, a dexter hand couped at the wrist erect, pointing upwards 
with the thumb and first two fingers ppr. hand charged with a trefoil, or; motto 
'CONFIDO.' Seat of this family was Ballymacool, Letterkenny. Donegal, Ireland." 

COAT OF ARMS— ENGLAND 

Arms: Az., Jesse indented chequy arg. and gu. between two lozenges of the second. 
Crest: Three ostrich feathers, sa. 
Motto: Confido, which means "I trust." 

COAT OF ARMS — SCOTLAND 

Arms: Az. a fess chequy ag. and gu. 

Crest: A dexter hand erect, issuing out of a wreath, pointing with the thumb and 

two fingers ppr. 
Motto: Confido, which means "I trust." 

COAT OF ARMS — IRELAND 

Crest: A dexter hand, couped at wrist, erect, third and fourth fingers turned 

down, ppr. 
Motto: Confido, which means "I trust." 

Arms and Crests used in America are the same as the Boyds of Scotland and 
Ireland, except when quartered or slightly changed. 



8 THE BOYD FAMILY 

DESCENT OF THE OLD AND ANCIENT FAMILY OF BOYDS 

IN SCOTLAND 

The following account has been copied and condensed from the "History of the 
Boyd Family and its Descendants" by William P. Boyd, 1912. with the permission 
of his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Emily L. Boyd of Genesco. New York, which information 
has not been verified by the compiler. 

THOME, a descendant of King Kennith III. 

FLEANCE, his son and successor. 

ALAN, his son and successor. 

Died in 1153. 

He was created First Lord High Stewart. 

MARRIED Margaret, daughter of Tergus ( or Fergus I . Earl of Galloway. 

FIVE CHILDREN: 

(1) No records. 

(2) Walter 

From whom the roval family of Stewarts descended. 

(3) SIMON, his successor. 

From whom the noble family of Bovds descended. 

(4) No records. 

(5) Adam 

He was mentioned in a charter given by David I. in the year 1139. 

SIMON, his son. 

He was created Second Lord High Stewart of Scotland. 

His name is found in the foundation charter of the Monastery of Paisley dated 
1161. and he is designated "Simon frater." "Walter filis," "Alan Lapiferi" and 
"Regis Sectiac." This Monastery is supposed to have been the first original house 
of the Boyds of Scotland. 1157, and supposed to have been in the possession of 
Walter Fitzalan, ancestor of the royal Stewarts. 

He had a number of children. ROBERT being the eldest. 

ROBERT BOYD (1st), his eldest son (Robert, the Fair). 
Died prior to 1240. 

Being of fair complexion he was named ""Boyt" or "Boyd"' taken from the Gaelic 
or Celtic word "Boidt"' or "Boider' and from this fact the first surname "Boyd" 
arose, and from him the families of the "Boyds" in the Old World descended. 

He is designated nephew of .Alan. First Lord High Stewart, and in a contract between 
Bryce de Eglinton and the village of Irvin in 1205, he is designated "Dominus 
Robertus Boyd" and at that time and since then, the Boyds have carried the 
armorial bearings of the Stewarts and prove their descent from that illustrious 
house. 

NOTE: ROBERT is designated here as the first in this Boyd line and his son, 
ROBERT as the second, etc. 

SIR ROBERT BOYD (2nd), son of Robert (Ist). 

Died about 1270. 

The first history we have of him is in a charter given Sir John Erskin in 1262. He 

was designated in the same as "Robertus de Boyd Miles" and he was also called 

Robert II of Scotland. 

SIR ROBERT BOYD (3rd), son of Sir Robert (2nd). 
Died about 1300. 



DESCENT OF THE BOYDS, IN SCOTLAND 9 

SIR ROBERT BOYD (4th), son of Sir Robert (3rd). 

Died about 1329. 

He was a supporter of Robert Bruce and continued so until the independence of 
Scotland was established, June 23, 1314. by the decisive Battle of Bannockburn, 
and for his loyal services he was rewarded by Bruce with gifts of land of Kilmar- 
nock, Bondington and Hertschaw. The lands of Kilbyrd and Ardnel. or Portin- 
cross, situated in the parish of west Kilbride, were conferred upon him about 1308, 
and from his younger son, Thomas, the Boyds of Portincross descend. These lands 
remained in that family until 1737. 

THREE SONS: 

(1) THOMAS BOYD, his successor. 

(2) Allen Boyd 

Died 1339. 

(3) James Boyd 

He was mentioned in charter of 1342. 

SIR THOMAS BOYD (5th), eon of Sir Robert (4th). 
THREE SONS: 

(1) THOMAS BOYD, his successor. 

(2) William Boyd 

He is an ancestor of the Boyds of Badenheath. 

(3) Robert de Boyd 

He MARRIED a lady named Grizel and was the ancestor of the Boyds of 
Portincross in Ayrshire. (1375-76.) 

SIR THOMAS BOYD (6th), son of Sir Thomas (5th). 
He was known and designated "Dominus de Kilmarnock." 

(The first Lord Boyd.) 
MARRIED a daughter of Sir John Gilford, Lord of Yester by whom he acquired 

a great fortune. 
His son, THOMAS, his successor. 

SIR THOMAS BOYD (7th), son of Sir Thomas (6th). 

Died July, 1432. 

He was the second Lord of Kilmarnock. 

He was active in the time of King James I of Scotland. 

MARRIED Johanna Montgomery of Androsson. 

TWO SONS: 

(1) THOMAS BOYD, his successor. 

(2) William Boyd 

He was Abbot of Kilwinning. 

SIR THOMAS BOYD (8th), son of Sir Thomas (7th). 

He was killed in battle July 9, 1439, by Alexander Stewart. 

FOUR CHILDREN: 

(1) ROBERT BOYD, his successor. 

(2) Alexander Boyd 

Lived at Duncan, Scotland, and was executed in 1469. 

(3) Janet Boyd 

MARRIED John Alexander Maxwell of Calderwood. 
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10 THE BOYD FAMILY 

SIR ROBERT BOYD (9th), son of Sir Thomas (8th). 

Died 1470. 

He was made Lord of Parliament in 1459 by King James II of Scotland. Later he 
was Lord Justiciary of Scotland, and also in 1464 and 1465 he was ambassador to 
England. 

MARRIED a daughter of Sir Robert Maxwell of Calderwood. 

SIR ROBERT BOYD l9th ) was accused, along with his brother, Alexander, of having 
carried the young King James III (then eight years of age) from Linlithgow to 
Edinburgh, "to enter upon the regal government, while he was yet in his minority." 
Parliament and King James II himself declared the Boyds were innocent of all 
crimes and such a decree was registered among Acts of Parliament. However, 
the many favors bestowed upon ROBERT by James II caused jealousies among 
the nobles who planned to overthrow him. This was finally accomplished, and 
ROBERT and Alexander, his brother, were sentenced to be executed and lands 
confiscated. Alexander was executed on Castle Hill in Edinburgh in 1469. 
ROBERT, who had fled to England when he learned of the intention to ruin him, 
was not executed but died in Alnwick, England, in 1470, of a broken heart over 
the fate of his family. 

FOUR CHILDREN: 

(1) THOMAS BOYD, his successor. 

(2) Alexander Boyd 

He carried on the lineal descent of the family after the death of his nephew. 

(3) Archibald Boyd 

He was an ancestor of the Boyds of Bousham of Scotland. 

(4) Elizabeth Boyd 

MARRIED Archibald, the fifth Earl of Angus. 

SIR THOIVL4S BOYD (10th), son of Sir Robert (9th). 

Died 1471. in Antwerp, Flanders, and a tomb to his memory bearing "honorable 

inscription" was erected by his friend, Charles. Duke of Burgundy. 
MARRIED Margaret (or Mary I Stewart. King James' eldest sister. By this union SIR 

THO.M.AS obtained considerable wealth, and was created the Earl of Arran. 
Margaret was to have been given by her mother in marriage to Edward, Prince of 

Wales. 
Apparently her marriage to THOMAS ( 10th I incurred the displeasure of her brother. 

King James, as he had her placed in confinement in Dean Castle during the life 

of her husband. Thomas ( 10th I . to whom she was devoted, and the marriage 

declared null and void. 
After the death of THOMAS (10th). his wife was released and she was married (it 

is thought by compulsion) to Lord Hamilton, to whom the Earldom of Arran was 

then given. 

[See page 15) 

TWO CHILDREN: 

(1) JAMES BOYD, his successor. 

(2) Margaret Boyd 

MARRIED first to Lord Forbes. MARRIED second to Earl Cassillis. 
There were no children. 

JAMES BOYD (Ilth), son of Sir Thomas (10th). 

He was slain in 14^4 in some petty feud while yet a young man and his possessions 

were returned to the Crown. 
Several years after death of his father the Lordship of Bovds was restored to him by 

a charter from King James III in 1483 and comprehended the lands of Kilmarnock, 

Daloy, Nodesdale, Monsford. Muir, Rawensdale, Ralson, Elate and other lands in 

the county of Ayr. 
He had no children. 



DESCENT OF THE BOYDS, IN SCOTLAND 11 

ALEXANDER BOYD (12th), son of Sir Robert (9th). 

As JAMES (11th) died leaving no descendants, ALEXANDER, his uncle, the brother 
of his father, being next in line of lineal descendants, the estate of JAMES (11th) 
was soon afterwards conferred upon him by King James IV, who became his friend. 

In 1505 he was constituted Baillie and Chamberlin of Kilmarnock. 

MARRIED the daughter of Sir Robert Colville of Ochiltree, Scotland. 

THREE SONS: 

(1) ROBERT BOYD, his successor. 

(2) Thomas Boyd 

He was an ancestor of the Boyds of Pitcon. 

(3) Adam Boyd 

He was an ancestor of the Boyds of Pentville and Flushing. 

ROBERT BOYD (13th), son of Alexander (12th). 

Died 1550. 

He had the estate and honors of Lord Boyd restored to him in 1536 by King James 
V, and for bravery shown in the Battle of Glasgow Field, which was fought about 
1543, he was awarded additional honors and was succeeding heir to James Boyd, 
son of the Earl of Arran in 1544. 

MARRIED to Helen Somerville, daughter of Sir John Somerville of Cornnathon. 

TWO CHILDREN: 

(1) ROBERT BOYD, his successor. 

(2) Margaret Boyd 

MARRIED to Neil Montgomery of Landsham. 

ROBERT BOYD (14th), son of Robert (13th). 

Born 1517. Died Jan. 3, 1589. 

An epitaph to his memory, engraved on a stone is still to be seen in the Low Church 
of Kilmarnock. 

He was known as the fourth Lord Boyd, and was an ardent supporter of Mary, 
Queen of Scots, who was beheaded Feb. 8., 1587, after nearly twenty years im- 
prisonment in England. 

His eldest son. THOMAS, his successor. 

THOMAS BOYD (15th), son of Robert (14th). 

Died 1619. 

He was known as the fifth Lord Boyd, and obtained a charter to many lands and 

baronies between 1595 and 1599. 
MARRIED Margaret, a daughter of Sir Matthew Campbell of Londoune, Scotland. 
SEVEN CHILDREN: 

(1) ROBERT MARTIN BOYD, his heir. 

(2) Sir Thomas Boyd of Bedbay. , 

(3) Adam Boyd 

MARRIED Margaret, sister of Robert Galbreath of Kilbraith. 

(4) Daughter (name unknown). 
MARRIED the Earl of Abercome. 

(5) Daughter (name unknown). 
MARRIED Blair of Blair. 

(6) Daughter (name unknown). 

MARRIED Elphington of Blaythswood. 

(7) John Boyd 

ROBERT MARTIN BOYD (16th), son of Thomas (15th). 

Died too young to succeed his father and become the sixth Lord Boyd. 
M ". ED to Jane, daughter of the Earl of Lothian. 
Son, nOBERT, succeeded Thomas (15th). 



12 THE BOYD FAMILY 

ROBERT BOYD (17th), son of Robert Martin (16th). 

He was the sixth Lord Boyd and in 1620 and 1626 he obtained a charter to several 

lands in Ayrshire. 
MARRIED first the daughter of the Master of Eglinton. 
There were no children. 
MARRIED second the daughter of the Earl of Addington who had great sympathy 

with the persecuted Presbyterians. 
FIVE CHILDREN: 

(1) JAMES BOYD, his successor 

(2) Daughter (name unknown) 
MARRIED Morrison of Preston Grange. 

(3) Daughter (name unknown) 

MARRIED Sinclair of Stevenson. 

(4) Daughter (name unknown) 

MARRIED Scott of Harden. 

(5) Daughter (name unknowTi) 

MARRIED Dundas of Armstrong. 

JAMES BOYD (18th), son of Robert (17th). 

He was the eighth Lord Boyd. 

He was fined £1500 by Cromwell, for supporting Charles. 

It was during the life of this Lord Boyd that the part of Dean Castle, on which the 
Kilmarnock Arms are sculptured, was erected. 

[See page 15) 
MARRIED to Catherine Craik (Crayk) who died in 1654. " 
One son, WILLIAM, his successor. 

WILLIAM BOYD (19th), son of James (18th). 

Died 1692. 

King Charles II created him First Earl of Kilmarnock on Aug. 7. 1661. 

In 1672, a second charter conferred upon him and the town further rights and 

privileges. 
His eldest son, WILLIAM, his successor. 

WILLIAM (20th), son of William (19th). 

He was created second Earl of Kilmarnock. 

TWO SONS: 

WILLIAM, the eldest son and his successor. 

WILLIAM BOYD (2l8t) son of WUliam (20th). 

Died 1717. 

He was the third Earl of Kilmarnock, becoming heir to his father in 1699. 

He was attached to the House of Hanover. When George I was proclaimed. Aug.. 
1714, he appeared with the Baillies and other gentlemen at the Council House 
ceremony. This was in the time of Rob Roy, and the reckless clan of the McGregors. 

His eldest son, WILLIAM, his successor. 

WILUAM BOYD (22nd) son of William (2l8t). 

Died Aug. 18. 1746. 

He was the fourth Earl of Kilmarnock. "WTien he succeeded to his father's estate it 
was very much reduced. 

MARRIED to Lady Annie Livingston, daughter and heiress of the Earl of Linlithgow 
and Callander. 

He was the last of the Boyds who lived at Dean Castle. 

In 1745, Prince Charles (known as the Young Pretender, the last of the Stewart 
dynasty to be recognized) planted his standard in Scotland and succeeded in gain- 



DESCENT OF THE BOYDS, IN SCOTLAND 13 

ing the attachment and support of many of the nobles and gentlemen of influence. 

William became one of Prince Charles' adherents. He was appointed colonel of the 

Hussars by Prince Charles and accompanied the insurgents to England. 
The Duke of Cumberland arrived from Scotland to suppress the Rebellion and on 

Apr. 16, 1746, at Drunimossie Moor, near Culloden House, a short distance from 

Inverness, vanquished the army of Prince Charles. 
William, the fourth Earl of Kilmarnock, among others, was taken prisoner to London 

Tower and brought to trial July 28, 1746, in Westminster Hall. 
The Lord High Stewart and one hundred thirty-six peers were present. 
William Boyd, who was a tall and slender person of dignity, stood up and pleaded 

guilty, and recommended himself to the mercy of the King. He was executed Aug. 

18, 1746, after all pleas and petitions in his behalf had been rejected. 
Interment was made at his own request close by the side of Marquis of TuUibardine 

in the Church of St. Peters, London. Inscription on his coffin: "Guilielmus, Comes 

de Kilmarnock, Decollatus, 18 Augusti 1746, Aelat Suae 42." 
His wife, Annie, died of grief Sept. 16. 1747, at Kilmarnock. 
THREE SONS: 

(1) Robert Boyd, the Earl of Errol. 

He was called Lord Boyd. 

By a trust deed dated 1732, and confirmed by the House of Peers, in 1752, he 
recovered the land of Kilmarnock, forfeited by his father, and this was 
sold afterwards to the Earl of Glencairn. LIpon the death of his great-aunt, 
the Countess of Errol in her own right, he succeeded to the title of Errol in 
1758. The sale of the title of his forefathers closed the last title of the 
Boyds of Scotland. This had been handed down from one generation to 
another for nearly eight hundred years. He then took up his residence at 
Slains Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, situated upon the sea coast. 

(2) Charles Boyd 

He took up the spirit of the rebellion with his father, and was also engaged 
in the same Battle of Drunimossie with his father. Soon after the fight he 
fled to the Island of Arran, the ancient property of the Boyds, where he 
concealed himself for a year. He then went to France and married a French 
lady and resided there for about twenty years, when a pardon was granted 
to all the rebels, and he returned again to his native- country and resided 
with his brother in Aberdeenshire. 

(3) William Boyd 

He was in the Royal Navy and was promoted in 1761 to a company of the 

Fourteenth Infantry. Being close to the time of the Revolutionary War he 

may have been sent to America with his regiment. Some Boyd families 

today connect their lineage to him. or to a Boyd of that name, who settled 

in the middle or eastern States. 

The present Earl of Errol, known as Hays, is the direct descendant of the Boyd 

family in the lineal line. In the Peerage of the United Kingdom, he is called 

Baron Kilmarnock of Kilmarnock. 



14 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HISTORY OF THE CITY OF KILMARNOCK, SCOTLAND, AND 
DEAN CASTLE, THE HOME OF THE ANCIENT BOYDS 

[From History of the Boyd Family and Descendants by William P. Boyd, 
published in 1912.) 

The city of Kilmarnock, the original home of the Boyd family in the Old World, 
is situated a few miles inland upon the western coast of the Highlands of the romantic 
country called "Scotland." The place today is one of the largest towns in the County 
of Ayr and rests upon the banks of two mossy streams called Irvin and Kilmarnock, 
some fifteen and one-half miles by rail northeast of Ayr and twenty-four miles 
southwest of Glasgow. 

Kilmarnock, for a long time after the death of "Marnock." a noted Irish minister 
or prophet, from whom its name is derived, must have been a mere hamlet, for we 
find no trace of it in history until the year 1591, when our noble family of Boyds 
became possessors of the land and made a burgh or barony of it. The earliest mention 
of it is by Barbour, in his life of Bruce, as one of the chance places through which 
the English knight. Sir Philip Mowbray, fled, after being defeated by Douglass, 
somewhere in the District of Cunningham, about the year 1306. 

The town books go no farther back than 1686 and throw no light on the general 
history of the place. The first entry of baptism was recorded for February 6, 1644. 

One of the first notices of any consequence which we have of Kilmarnock, is in a 
document giving the names of persons who voted on appointment of a Parish, or 
clerk of a Parish, in the year 1507. In the list, the Boyd name appears fifteen times, 
Smyth sixteen and Brown twenty times. 

Kilmarnock was created a burgh or barony in 1591, under the Boyds, and its 
charter was confirmed by Charles II, in 1672. 

There is the following interesting document found among the archives of 
Scotland today, which is the charter of King James VI to Thomas Boyd and Son, 
erecting the town of Kilmarnock into a burgh or barony and reads thus: 

"Charter and Infertnum by James VI. In favor of Thomas Lord Boyd in Life 

sent and Robert Master of Boyds in Fee, dated 12 January. 1591." 

"In witness whereof, etc., witnesses, etc., at Holyrood House, the twelfth day of 

the month of January, in the year of our Lord MDXCI and of our reign XXV." 

(Signed) James VI. 
(Space does not permit quoting the lengthy document.) 

In the village of Kilmarnock the Boyds erected at this time what was called 
' Gallows Knowe" for punishment of those who failed to do as they were requested, 
or were enemies to the will of the Boyds. The structure stood until 1861, when it 
was torn down. Authority was given, as seen in the above charter, to Lord Thomas 
Boyd to establish this "Gallows Knowe" in his barony. Dr. Johnson, an able writer 
on Scottish history, says: "The name so called was in consequence of being the 
place of execution in the days of feudalism. The Boyds had at one time the right of 
pit and gallows, a privilege conferred on all Barons according to our old laws of 
having on his grounds a pit for drowning women and gallows for hanging men 
convicted of theft." 

On May 22. 1668, the town of Kilmarnock was wholly destroyed by fire. Another 
large fire visited the place on Saturday. April 26. 1800. 

In Burns' time. Kilmarnock enjoyed the reputation of being the most irregularly 
built town in the west of Scotland. 

The Parish of Kilmarnock contains some interesting memorials and relics of 
trandeur of bygone days. One of these is the very heavy grown ruins of Dean 
la-tl'v ihe home of the Boyd family for nearly eight hundred years, which was 
d. 1 by fire in 1735. 

• n Castle stands at a distance of nearly a mile northeast of the present ' 
of the ' ity of Kilmarnock. This city now rests upon lands once owned bv the nt 



HISTORY OF KILMARNOCK 15 

Family of Boyd, in the County of Ayrshire on tlie western coast of Scotland. Its 
situation, in country redolent of history, though not, perhaps, the most romantic, can 
scarcely fail to delight the admirer of the magnificent in nature. 

According to Dr. Janiieson, a noted historian, the name "dean" signifies a small 
valley or hollow where the ground slopes on both sides. Not far from the castle 
the scene is enlivened by two little mossy streams locally called the "Borland and 
Crawfordland." 

Francis Grose, one of Scotland's able writers, visited the castle about the year 
1789, and made a drawing of its ruins for his "Antiquities of Scotland." from which 
we quote: 

"This is one of the ancient seats of the Boyds. Earls of Kilmarnock, for some 
time the favourites of King James III. It was forfeited in the year 1745, after- 
wards sold to the Earl of Glencairn. and in 17."9. when this drawing was made, 
belonged to Miss Scott. 

"It lies a small distance from the main road leading from Kilmarnock to 
Stewarton, and consists of a large vaulted square tower, which seems to have 
been built about the beginning of the fifteenth century: this is surrounded by 
a court and other buildings, apparently more modern. Upon the tower under a 
defaced coat of arms, there is this inscription : 

James Lord of 

Kilmarnock 

Dame Katherine Creyk 

Lady Boyd 

(See pap.c 12) 

"The Lord James, here conmiemorated. according to Douglas, died in 1654. He 
was a firm adherent to the royal cause, for which he was by Oliver Cromwell 
exempted from pardon, and fined fifteen hundred pounds sterling. He was the 
eighth Lord Boyd. 

"In this castle, it is said. Lady Margaret (Douglas calls her Mary I sister to 
King James III, was confined during the life of her husband, Thomas Boyd, 
Earl of Arran, from whom she was divorced, notwithstanding she had borne 
him two children. The pretext for this divorce was some legal impediment at 
the time of marriage." 

[See page 10) 
The walls of the high tower are about ten feet thick. As a place of strength, as 

well as a manor-house, the "Dean" appears to have been superior to many of the 

strongholds of our Scottish barons of the older times. 

After the burning of Dean Castle. William Boyd, Earl of Kilmarnock, lived at 

the Marnock house, which is still in existence and is used as an industrial building. 



16 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE ROYAL HOUSE OF STEWART AND 
THE STEWART-BOYD CLAN 

The clan system took its origin largely from the mountainous nature of the 
country, each family or tribe living in its own glen, the head being the chief. Combi- 
nations of clans who were related were formed, the chief of the strongest clan becom- 
ing head of the whole clan. The branches were called "Septs." Hence we find that 
through relationship the Boyds were members of the Royal Clan of the Stewarts. 
The tartan of the Bovds is the same as that of Royal Stewarts. 

Reference: Highland Clans of Scotland, by Todd. 2 vols. Vol. 2, p. 492-3 Clan of 
Stewart, as one of the branches of this house, or Sept. Of the Royal House of 
Stewart is listed the Clan of Boyd, p. 497. 
Highland Clans of Scotland (Todd) p. 497. 
House of the Royal Stewarts. 
Septs: — 

Boyd Garrow France 

Menteith Lennox Monleith 
Clan of Stewart (p. 492 I Badge. Thistle. (Royal) 

Oak. (Clan) 
Slogan: "Creag-an-Sgairbh" 
Pibroch: "Earrach an aigh's a' ghleann," and 
"Creag-an-Sgairbh" 



THE ROYD FAMIIT 17 

THE MIGRATIOINS OF THE BOYDS FROM SCOTLAND TO 
IRELAND WITH REFERENCES 

The Boyds oine lieltl llic di'stiiiics of Scdlland in llieir liaiuls. accoidina; to a 
writer on the subject of Siollaiul in the Encyclopaedia Hritannica. 

The main faniii\ In liie name of Rovd in Scotland has been seated in Ayrshire 
and the most prominent Inancli «as the Lords or Earls of Kilmarnock. 

From Scotland the\ migrated to tlie north of Ireland, and man\ of the Bo>d 
progenitors Ijecame known as Scotch-Irish. 

The reason for this migration was because King .lames 1 of England, who 
ascended the throne in 160;^. offered the Scotch s))ecial inducements to settle in 
Ulster. Ireland, where he owned two million acres comprising si.v counties. A com- 
pany was formed to colonize Ireland, and the Icrritors was divided into small farms 
and sold to the Scotch, among whom llie Monlgomcrxs. Hanultons and Boyds were 
the leaders. The men who undertook to seat large grants of these lands, were called 
undertakers: among these undertakers were listed Sir Thomas Boyd. Knt.. .Tames 
Hamilton. Earl of Aberdeen. George Hamilton, gent., and Sir George Hamilton. Knt. 
Their lands fell in ihe precinct of Sirabane. Counlv of Tyrone. ( Ref. The Scotch-Irish 
by Charles A. Hanna. 1902. Vol. 2. pages 511-12.) 

April 16. ICO.S. one of the greatest da\s in historv. marked the dav of the Great 
Charter and the Plantation of Ulster. It was a bright and sunny day in middle May. 
1605, which marked the landing of llic lirsi settlers from Scotland to restore the 
Provinces of Ulster, and to establish the type of men we now call the "Scotch-Irish." 

"These families carried in their veins the strains of the blood of the Briton, the 
Norman, the Saxon, the Dane and added to these the Scotchmen who had come from 
Scotia Major or Ireland. They are enrolled on countless battlefields in both Europe 
and America." (The Cumberland \alle\ Hist., bv Dr. Geo. P. Donchoo. 1<)()(). Vol. 1. 
page 31.) 

In forming new ties in their homes in northern Ireland, they did not mix or 
mingle with the native Irish families, but kept to themselves in their social life, in 
their intermarriages, and in their faith. Thus they preserved their true Scotch blood, 
though resident for generations in Ireland, and proudly clung to the appellation 
which designated them as of Scotch blood and traditions. The Irish Catholics rebelled 
against these Protestant Scotch and on Oct. 23. 1611. occurred the Irish Massacre. 

In 1704 their trials became \cr\ great in Ireland. They were burdened with 
lawsuits, forbidden to educate their children in tlicir own faith, and suffered so many 
other persecutions tlial a steady stream of migration set in. to the extent that the 
counties of Down. Antrim. Armagh and Derry weie literally emptied of these cour- 
ageous folk, who were the Protestant inhabitants of this part of Ireland. From these 
counties came a constant stream of settlers to the Colonies in America. Most of them 
entered by way of Pcnns\ Ivania. and many of them made their homes there. Some 
went down the valley of Virginia and on into North Carolina, and some entered at 
Charleston. S. C and other jiorts. It is a common ihing to fiiid these immigrants 
joining friends and relatives ulm liiid pi-cccded llicni in coming |o the new world. 
Scottish Family Histor\. b\ Margaret .Stuart and Sii James Balfour Paul, published 
in London, 1930. p. 101. gives these references for Boyd Family of Scotland: 

Boyd of Badinheath, Patterson's H'st. of A\ i . \ ol. 2. p. 420. 

Lord Boyd. Earl of Kilmarnock, selection from Papers of the l!o\d Family of 
Kilmarnock. 1468-],S9(). Ediled In J. Maidnient. Abbotsford Club. Edinburgh. 
1837. 

The Scottish Antiquar\. li'193. \ ol. 7. p. i.io-IOl. w illi a cliarl pedigree. 

Patterson's Hist, of A>r. I.';.52. Vol. 2. p. 171i;i2. and p. .t1I-.'5].5. 

The Scot's Peerage, Vol. V .. p. 136-182. 

Family Papers in Archaeological and Hisloiiial (\)llection of A\ r and nl 

Wigton. 1882. Vol. 3. p. 122-211. 



18 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Boyd of Bonshaw. Ayrshire Families, by G. Robertson, p. 187. Also in Font's 

Cunningham edition by Dobie, 1876, p. 103. 
Boyd of Carlung. Ayrshire, Ayrshire Families. Vol. 1, p. 124-128. Also in 

Patterson's Hist, of Ayr, Vol. 2. p. 144, and Patterson's Hist, of Ayr and 

Wigton, Vol. 3. p. 327. 
Boyd of Cherrytrees. Annals of the Border Clans, by G. Tancred, p. 73. 
Boyd of Dykebiad. Font's Cunningham, p. 313. 

Boyd of Govan and Rysk. Crafurd's Shire of Renfrew. 1818. p. 79-80. 
Boyd of Inverness-shire, Scottish Notes and Queries. 2nd Series, Vol. 1, p. 188. 
Boyd of Kipps, The Monros of Auchenbowie. by J. A. Inglis, p. 194-206. 
Boyds of Merton Hall. Burke's Landed Gentry. 1848-1886. 
Boyd of Orchard. Ayrshire Families, Vol. 1. p. 126. 
Boyd of Penkill and Throchrig. Patterson's Hist, of Ayr. Vol. L p. 394-5. Vol. 

2, p. 79-80. Also Patterson's^Hist. of Ayr and Wigton, Vol. 2, p. 234-238, and 
p. 255-261. and Hist, of Kilmarnock by McKay, 1864, p. 37. 

Boyds of Penkill and Throchrig, by Major Seymour Clarke, 42 illus. 51pp., 4 

charts, Edinburgh, 1919. 
Scots Peerage. Vol. 5. p. 151-152. 
Boyds of Pitcon and Potconnell. Ayrshire Families. Vol. 1, p. 121-124. Also 

Putman's Ayr, Vol. 1. p. 420-422, and Patterson's Ayr and Wigton, Vol. 3, 

p. 186-189. 
Boyd of Partincross. Ayrshire Families, Vol. 1. p. 112-116. Also Patterson's 

Hist, of Ayr, Vol. 2, p. 135-137; Patterson's Hist, of Ayr and Wigton, Vol. 

3, p. 317-319, and Font's Cunningham, ed. Dobie. 1876, p. 357-359. 
Boyd of Temple, The Monros of Auchenbowie. p. 207-210. 

Boyd of Townsend. Patterson's Hist, of Ayr and Wigton, Vol. 1. p. 748. 
Other References: 

Boyd Lineage. Burke's Landed Gentry of Great Britain. 1906, p. 180. 

Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland. 1904, p. 58. 

Burke's Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. 1846. p. 130. Also Boyds 

of Ballymacool. Letterkenny, County of Donegal, Ireland, traced from Boyds 

of Kilmarnock, 1846, p. 131. 
The Scotch-Irish, by Charles A. Hanna. 1902. 2 Vols. p. 328-519. 

(In which many Hamilton and Boyd Families are mentioned.) 
O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees. 1888, Vol. 2, p. 510, et. seq. 
History of the Boyd Family and Descendants, by William P. Boyd, 1912. 

NOTE: The last three named publications were used extensively in compiling 
the history given here. 

In all of the references which we have been able to follow, the families trace 
back to the common origin as given of Eochcudh Buidhe and the seat of the family 
in Scotland as mainly in Ayrshire; the most prominent branch being the Earls of 
Kilmarnock. In all of the history of the Boyds in Ayrshire and in Renfrew, the 
family of Hamilton is very closely associated and these associations follow in the 
migration to Ireland and later in the migrations to Pennsylvania. 

It is also to be noticed that in the Boyd Family in Scotland and the branches 
removed to Ireland, the same names used in the Pennsylvania families are repeated 
over and over, the preference being given to the name Robert. The names William. 
John, Thomas. Archibald and even Andrew and Adam are also repeatedly used. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 19 

BOYDS IN AMERICA 

Among the constant stream of migration, which included the Boyds, to the 
border settlements of Pennsylvania and Virginia, were soldiers, border raiders, 
dreamers, thinkers and theologians. In their veins ran the blood of Vikings, Gaels, 
Britons, Normans and Danes, giving them the courage and initiative to cope with 
their many needs, and strengthening their desire to retain culture and learning, and 
above all to keep alive their Protestant faith. 

(There are two distinct groups of Boyds who migrated to America, the Quaker 
Boyds and the Presbyterian Boyds. As this book is concerned only with the latter, 
the records of the Quaker families have been omitted. ) 

A large majority of these early settlers were Presbyterians and they were very 
strong in their religious faith. 

In no family was this more apparent than in those by the name of Boyd, who 
settled in Pennsylvania. Among men of this name there were, in early Pennsylvania 
history, many strong adherents to the old Covenanters' faith of the Presbyterians. 
In these families, as well as in those who came over much later, we find many 
ministers of the Presbyterian Church named Boyd. 

The descendants of some of the sons of William' Boyd, of the Manor of Maske. 
may have been among these, as not all of the Boyds of the succeeding generations 
have been placed in our research, and it is very probable that some of these unplaced 
Boyds are descendants of William' Boyd, the immigrant. 

As soldiers in the new country, the name of Boyd was always prominent in 
response to all demands made by war or for border protection. As citizens they have 
assumed all their duties with integrity. 

The Boyds with which this book deals came from the north of Ireland with one 
hundred and forty other families, under the leadership of Hance Hamilton, landing 
at New Castle, Delaware, August 24. 1729. The other families included the McPher- 
son. McKeen. McElwee. McClean, Morrison, Gilkerson, Simonton, Black. Moses 
McCarley, Henry McDonough. Duncan Evans, John Craig and many other friends 
and kinsmen. (Ref. Presbyterian Records, Historical Library, Belfast, Ireland, "List 
of Protestant Householders, 1700-29.") 

Upon their arrival in America, whether at New Castle, Delaware, or Philadel- 
phia, these newcomers usually joined friends or relatives, taking some time to inves- 
tigate before investing in farms and settling in groups of families which were closely 
allied. 

The migrations became heavier after 1730, reaching the greatest peak about 1755. 

"In 1727 a recommendation was sent to have settlers come over to help hold 
the land which Maryland claimed in Pennsylvania. A colony of one hundred and 
forty families from Ulster, led by Capt. Hance Hamilton, landed in New Castle, 
Delaware, August 24, 1729, and located first on Sir Wm. Keith's tract called New- 
berry, in Newberry Township, York County, Pa. This tract extended in 1732 from 
Conewago Creek, York and Adams Counties, Pa., to Yellow Breeches Creek. York 
County, Pa. The land was close to Wrightsville. York County. Pa., on the Susque- 
hanna River. 

"Hance Hamilton. Jr., was born 1721 and came with his father to Pennsylvania 
in 1729. The date of landing was written on the flyleaf of the Bible of John Hamilton, 
n»nV>ew of Colonel Hance Hamilton. 

These settlers moved before 1736 to Marsh Creek, Adams County, Pa." (Ref. 
r, Hanna, Scott. Hamilton Genealogy, 1729-1929, p. 174. Chapter 8, by Eliza- 
rctU 'ilmor, Wooster, Ohio, published in 1932.) 



20 THE RO^D FAMILY 

BOYDS IN PENNSYLVANIA 

HISTORY OF THE MARSH CREEK SETTLEMENT AND 
MANOR OF MASKE 

From the general records of the migrations to Penns) Ivania. we find our family 
of l3o)ds. so long associated with the Hamiltons in Scotland, following under Hamil- 
ton leadership into the northern ( ounties of Ireland, and still later into Pennsylvania. 
Many of the families who came with Hance Hamilton in 1729 settled on Marsh 
Creek, Lancaster County, Pa. (which was later ""l ork. and now Adams County, Pa., 
near Gettysburg), in what was called "The Marsh Creek Settlement of Scotch-Irish 
(Covenanters" in 1734-38. 

Extracts from the Histor\ of Cumherland and Adams County, Pa., by Warren, 
Part 2. Adams County. Pa. 

The Scotch-Irish came to Adams Count\ about 1734. under the leadership of 
Hance Hamilton, and settled along the branches of Marsh Creek (p. 12). The 
Scotch-Irish of the settlement of Marsh Creek came from the hills of Counties 
Tyrone, Derry, Cavan and Sligo in Ireland lo the foothills of Old South Moun- 
tains in Pennsylvania I p. 238 1 . 

The Manor of Maske was established by an act of the Proprietors of the Colony 
of Pennsylvania in 1710. but could not be laid out then owing to the resistance 
to this by the settlers, who had established their homes there. To the south of 
the Manor of Maske (Marsh Creek Settlements), lay the territory where the 
claims between the William Pemi and Lord Baltimore grants overlapped. This 
land was in dispute and was settled under Maryland claims and grants, known 
as '"Digge's Choice" and the "Carroll Tract." Settlers in this strip had so much 
trouble with land titles, fees and taxes, that they moved over into the Manor of 
Maske (p. 111. The Carroll Tract was just south of the Marsh Creek Settlement, 
and was a Manor laid out by Charles Carroll. 

The order for the sur\e\ of the Man(u of Maske called for 30.00U acres and was 
dated June 18, 1711. some time after lhi> conception of this land project bv the 
proprietors in 1740. 

Warrants were issued for the Manor of Maske. 176.5-75 (Kef. Dept. of Internal 
Affairs, Harrisburg, Pa.j. 

The lines were not actuall) run until Jan.. 1766, and a return made Apr. 17, 
1768. The southern line was about a half mile north of the present Mason and 
Dixon line, or boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland, and it included 
all of Cumberland Township, and the southeast corner of Franklin Township 
(Kef. Days Annals] . « 

The persons on this land along the branches of Marsh Creek were: Hugh 
McClean. Henry McDonough. Hugh Logan, Hance Hamilton. William Boyd, 
Thomas Boyd and others. 

NOTE: Formalioii oj Counties and iheii Com Is in Pennsylvania: Chester, an 
original county jornied in 1682. From Chester was jonned Lancaster in 1729. 
From Lancaster iias formed York in 1749, and Cumberland in 1750. From 
York was formed Adams in 1800. 

When William Pcnn laid out the Manor of Maske in 1740-41, he found these 
families on improved lands along the rugged frontier outpost of civilization, and 
they would not be disturl)ed. Their resistance to the surveyors, their difficulties with 
land titles in conflicting claims between proprietors of the Pennsylvania Colony and 
the grants of Lord Baltimore, their thrifty habits and newly acquired wealth, all 
bespeak the trusty, persevering character of these men and their wives. 

It was 1765 before the Penns were actualK able to survey these lands 
fast b> the strong heart.-d Scotch-Irish. «ho were then allowed to take out gr; 



BOYDS IN PENNSYLVANIA 21 

the lands upon which they had aheady settled. 

The history of this settlement follows the traditions of the blood inherited by 
these Scotch-Irish from the long line of descent depicted in the narratives of their 
ancestors. 



Three men named "Boyd"' came together from Ireland in 1729, and, with their 
families, settled on Marsh Creek, in what is now Adams County, Pennsylvania. These 
men were Thomas' Boyd, William' Boyd and John'- Boyd. It is presumed that 
Thomas and William were brothers, and that John was a son of William. 



THOMAS' BOYD, The Immigrant. 

Born in Ireland about 1710. 

Died intestate before 1757 (or in 1760). 

Buried in Old Black Cemetery, Presbyterian Church yard, near Gettysburg, Pa. 

This was also known as Upper Marsh Creek Church. 
Letters of Administration given to Rebecca Boyd, the widow of Thomas Boyd. 

deceased, on his estate. Oct. 16. 1760 (Ref. Will Book A. p. 221). 

Book C. p. 108, Sept. 7. 1777. York County. Pa. 

Samuel Edie Esq., High Sheriff of York, in answer to an order for a partition 
of the estate of Thomas Boyd deceased ... 317 acres located in Cumberland 
Township values it at £630 and William Boyd the eldest son and heir at law 
agrees to retain these lands intact 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. 
The estate of Thomas Boyd was not fully settled until 1778. 

MARRIED to Rebecca. 

(She MARRIED second after 1760 to Thomas Stevenson.) 

She died before Feb. 10. 1776. 

His occupation : Tanner and farmer. The tan yards he began were continued by 
his son William-, who took over the small farm and the tan yard, and gave 
bond in court to protect the interests of tlie four other children, who were not 
of age when their father died. 

It is presumed that Thomas' Boyd was the brother of William' Boyd, who with 
his wife Margaret came at the same time to the Marsh Creek settlements. 

Thomas' Boyd, together with his friends and relatives, removed from their homes 
in Ireland, and after reaching Pennsylvania, under the leadership of Hance 
Hamilton moved to. the unimproved and wild lands along Mar.sh Creek. 

Orphan's Court Records. Book B. p. 27, Dec. 1, 1763, York County, Pa.: Came 
into this court . . . Rebecca, the wife of Thomas Stevenson, of York Co., 
yeoman, she being the late Rebecca Boyd, widow and administratrix of Thomas 
Boyd, late deceased of Marsh Creek, tamier . . . William Boyd her eldest son 
. . . She is to pay to him and to Elizabeth, Jane, Rebecca, and ^ndrew, the 
minor children of the said Thomas Boyd, deceased . . . their share in their 
father's estate. 

Orphan's Court Records, Book C. p. 176, Sept. 7, 1774, York County. Pa.: Par- 
tition to sell 317 acres of real estate of Thomas Boyd. 

Thomas Boyd, early settler in the Manor Maske. \ ork County, Pa. Book B. p. 
27, Orphan's Court. Dec. 1, 1763, York County, Pa.: Rebecca (Boyd) now the 
wife of Thomas Stevenson of York County, but late the widow and admx. of 
the estate of Thomas Boyd, deceased of Marsh Creek, tanner, who died intestate, 
shnwa that there remains in her hands £709 18s. Yz pence subject to division 
'!M!!f, .lis heirs . . . that of this sum the widow's share is £236 12s. lOp. 1 

• farthiri' • to William Boyd, the eldest son or his guardians, is due £157 15s. 



22 THE BOYD FAMILY 

3p.: to the minor children. Elizabeth. Jane. Rebecca, and Andrew is due each 
£73 17s. 7p. 

The widow asks that guardians be appointed for the children. Robert MePher- 
son and Samuel Edie are appointed. These two are officers in the county. 
Land Transfer ( Ref. Book A. p. 397. June 30. 17591. 

Thomas Boyd of Manchester Township. York County. Pa. to George Stephenson 
". . . sells land in Mt. Pleasant Township, adj. Michael Will's lands located 
on the Conewago Cr. 100 acres, which were granted to the said Thomas Boyd 
on June 18. 1759. Witnesses: Phil Stewbart and John Boyd. Recorded Mar. 15, 
1760. by the within named parties. . . . 

FIVE CHILDREN of Thomas' and Rebecca Boyd: 
(1) William^ Boyd 

Not of age in 1757. 

MARRIED about 1774 to Elizabeth 

(She was the widow of Andrew Emmach. I 

His occupation: Tanner and farmer. 

He was of age in 1774. as he assumed full responsibility for his brothers 
and sisters, then under age. On Feb. 10. 1776, he made over to his 
younger brother, Andrew, his share in the 317 acre farm. Andrew was 
of age in 1776. 

Land Transfer |Ref. Book G. p. 192, Feb. 10, 1776, York County. Pa.) 
\^"illiam Boyd of Cumberland Township. York County, Pa., and Eliza- 
beth, his wife. William Boyd designated as a tanner. 
to 

Andrew Boyd of the same place, also a tanner. 

"... whereas Thomas Boyd. late of Cumberland Twp.. deed, father 
of the said William Boyd died seized of a tract of 317 a. of land in 
Cumberland Twp. said land adj. Robert McPherson, Wm. Breadon. 
JAMES BOYD, and David Moore . . . and the said Thomas died intestate 
leaving a widow. Rebecca, who is since also dec'd . . . and lawful 
issue: — viz, the said William Boyd, eldest son and heir at law, Elizabeth, 
Jean. Rebecca, and Andrew Boyd . . . and that through the Orphan's 
Ct. of said County, dated Sep 7, 1774, a division was agreed and these 
lands valued at £630 and the said William was allowed to hold and 
to enjoy the said lands giving security therefor and agreeing to pay to 
the other children when of age . . . their shares . . . now sells to the 
said Andrew Boyd his brother, his share . . ." 

They left CHILDREN, names untraced. 

(2) Elizabeth' Boyd 
Not of age in 1757. 

(3) Jean- Boyd 

Not of age in 1757. 

(4) Rebecca- Boyd 

Died in 1781. 

She was not of age in 1757. 

MARRIED to Richard Parker. 

He was born in 1753; died in 1778. 

HIS PARENTS: James and Mary (or Eleanor) (Boyd) Parker. 

(He was born in 1731; died about the close of Revolutionary War.) 
(Ref. "Parkers in America.") 



BOYDS IN PENNSYLVANIA 23 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Sister (name unknown), husband. John Forbes. 
Andrew Parker, wife. Margaret Williams. 

CHILD of Rebecca- (Boyd) and Richard Parker: 
James Parker 

(5) Andrew- Boyd 

Died before 1808. 

He was of age in 1776. 

MARRIED to Mary and removed to Baltimore. Md. They were living 
there Mar. 27, 1794. 

Land Transfer (Ref. Book 2-1 p. 557, Mar. 27, 17941. 

Andrew Boyd of Baltimore, Md.. sells his share in this land to William 
Moore of Cumberland Township, York County, Pa. 

In 1808 Andrew Boyd is deceased and his wife, Mary, clears the title and 
shows the full title to this land. 

Deed Book 2-1 p. 557. Mar. 27, 1794. 

Andrew Boyd of Baltimore, Md.. to Wm. Moore of Cumberland Town- 
ship. York County, Pa., land conveyed by Andrew Boyd and by William 
Boyd and Elizabeth Boyd, his wife. 



24 THE BOYD FAMILY 

OLD SEWICKLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Located near West Newton, Westmoreland County, Pa.) 
(164th year of service. April, 1772-1935) 

Because of its historical interest, and because the lives of the early Presbyterian 
settlers in Westmoreland County, Pa., were so closely interwoven with that of the 
Old Sewickley Church, it seems very fitting and appropriate to give some record of 
it here. 

The following accounts were taken from an address delivered by Rev. J. H. 
Stevenson, Sept. 15. 1876. 

Rev. James Power was born in Chester Count), Pa., educated at Princeton, and 
licensed by the Presbytery of New Castle in 1772. On his first missionary tour in 
1774 he visited this district in Westmoreland County. Pa., near the present town of 
West Newton. He came by way of Mt. Pleasant or Tyrone. 

Here he found, living on the south side of the Sewickley Creek, the Markles. 
McClintocks, Fultons, Lambs, Carnahans. Robertsons and Hannas. (The Boyds came 
a few years later, about 1790.1 

On the north side he found the Caldwells, Guffeys, Hamiltons, Milligans. Henrys, 
Briggs and (perhaps) the Ritcheys, Carolhers and Mitchells. All of these were of 
strong Presbvterian attachments. 

Mr. Andrew Finley, Esq., was present and heard the first sermon preached by Dr. 
Power within the bounds of Sewicklev. and he often spoke of it to his daughter. Mrs. 
Mary (Finley) Bell. 

This was the first neighborhood west of tlie Allegheny Mountains to hear the 
Gospel preached. 

The meeting was in the woods, where Col. Israel Painter now resides. The home 
then belonged to Mr. Carnahan. The men stood with rifles in hand guarding against 
a surprise attack by the Indians. 

Dr. McMillan's first visit was in 1775. In November, 1776, Dr. Power removed 
his family from Chester Counlv. Pa., to the western part of the province. Thev made 
this journey on horseback. 

For a few years he resided at Dunlap's Creek, where he served as a sort of 
"Missionary Pastor." He organized a inmiber of churches, among which were 
Dunlap's Creek. Laurel Hill, Unity, Tyrone, Mt. Pleasant, Sewickley and Cross 
Creek. In the spring of 1779 he removed to Mt. Pleasant and became the regular 
pastor of that church and of Sewickle\ . 

Dr. Power's pastorate at Mt. Pleasant lasted thirty-eight years, and Dr. McMil- 
lan's at Chartiers lasted fifty-five years (1778-1833). 

The first house of worship stood aliout one and one-half miles north of the 
present Sewickley Church, on the road leading from Markle's Mill towards Pitts- 
burgh, about half way between the Big and Little Sewickleys (Ref. Old Redstone, 
p. 238). 

There are no records stating when it was erected, nor how long it was used, 
hut the records dated "Rehoboth 1786 April 18" show that the question of building 
another house was brought to the attention of the Presbytery. This first house was 
very primitive and constructed entirely with the ax. No saw, plane, or even hammer 
was used, for nails or iron in any shape were not employed. The side walls were 
logs and the roof was clapboards, kept in place by logs laid upon them. Doors were 
of the same kmd. fastened together with wooden pins and hung on wooden hinges. 
Ihe wmdows were small openings cut in the logs and glazed with paper or white 
Imen. oiled with lard or bear's grease. The seats were split logs, raised on blocks 
or wooden pegs upon the earthen floor. 

The congregation became divided concerning a new location for the church, 
and as an agreement was impossible, the Sewickley congregation was dissolved by 



OLD SFWICKLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 25 

the Presbytery and Dr. Power dismissed as their pastor. Aii<r. 21. 1 7!!7. 

The southern part of the congregation, and those on the north side of the creek 
who were of the same mind, proceeded to build the second Meeting House on the 
site of the present church, about 1788. 

Ground for this church and graveyard was secured from the Huey or Huoy farm. 

Glass was put in the windows, and an elaborately carved walnut pulpit with 
canopy was installed. The seats were private property and built of split logs. Some 
had a bar as a support for the back, but Mr. Oliver Bovard scouted at such effemi- 
nacy and sat erect in the strength of conscious u[)rightness. 

Twenty years later the congregation voted lo install stoves for iical. This was 
opposed h\ the virtuous minority as a device of the devil, and Ijecause these stoves 
smoked intoleralily they saw "'manifest token " of Di\ ine displeasure. 

General Markle, Mr. Riclie\. Da\id Hunter UitiicN and Mr. Joim Carothers had 
pews in this church. 

In 1832 the United Presbyterians, under Ur. Mungo Dick, pioneer U.P. Mission- 
ary, located or took oxer the Old Sewickley Church, on the original site between the 
Sewickley Creeks, and erected a new brick building. In 1856 this was completely 
remodeled. The walls were papered, the floor carpeted and the yard fenced. After 
1876 the building was again remodeled. This brick church has always been called 
the Dick United Presbyterian Church, and the present pastor is Re\-. F. G. Wright, 
Irwin, Pa., R.F.D. fl. Rev. Willis was formerly pastor. 

It is in the graveyard of this Dick Church that the bodies of the four old 
Revolutionary soldiers lie buried, William'', Benjamiir'. John' and Robert* Boyd, 
and many others whose records appear in this book. 

In this same year, 1832, the Sewickley Presbyterian church erected a stone build- 
ing about a mile and a half away from the original site, on the south side of 
Sewickley Creek. This congregation dates from April 1772, when it is recorded in 
Minutes of Donegal Presb)tery, "Applications in behalf of Ligonier, Sewickley, 
Jacobs Creek . . . Round Hill, etc. ..." | Ref. Journal of Dept. of History of the 
Presbyterian Church. Vol. 16, #4, p. l.il. Dec. 1934.1 The present pastor of this 
church is Rev. Charles W. Maus, D.D.. Irwin. Pa.. R.F.D. Jfl. 

It is thought that the Union Meeting House must have been used to designate 
the Church between the Sewickleys from the time of the dissolution of the pastoral 
relation between Mr. Power and the Sewickley congregation in 1787, until the coming 
of Mungo Dick in 1832, and the gathering of the families between the Sewickleys 
into a United Presbyterian congregation. 



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THE BOYD FAMILY 27 

THE BOYD LINEAGE OF MERCELIA LOUISE BOYD 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. WILLIAM' BOYD, The Immigrant. 

Born about 1700-1710 in the northern part of Ireland. 

Died Sept., 1767, in Cumberland Township, York County (now Adams County). 
Pa. 

Buried in Old Black Cemetery, also known as the Presbyterian Church Yard of 
Upper Marsh Creek Church. (Ref. History of Cumberland and Adams 
County.) It was located about three miles northwest of Gettysburg, Adams 
County, Pa. His stone, an old fiat gra\e marker, is still there (1935). 

His will was dated Sept. 8. 1767. probated Oct. 1, 1767, York County (now 
Adams County). Pa. (Ref. Will Book B. page 133, York County Court 
House.) 
Bequests: To wife, Margaret. 

To sons, John, James. James Carley, Moses. William, Samuel and 

Robert Boyd. 
To daughters. Isabella and Margaret. 
To nephew. James Gilkerson. 
Executors: Wife, Margaret, and son. Moses. 
Witnesses: Joseph Morrison and Robert Long. 

Moses and William each received half of his plantation, and they were to give 
bonds for it until Samuel and Robert were of age. Bonds were to be lodged 
with Mr. Samuel Edie. If Samuel and Robert were stubborn or disobedient 
they were to be bound out. 

MARRIED in 1726 to Margaret in Ireland. 

She was born 1706-10 in Ireland. 

She died after 1767. Buried in Old Black Cemetery, beside her husband. 

His occupation: Blacksmith and farmer. A blacksmith in the early days was one 
of the most honored men of the commonwealth, for he did the manufacturing 
of all tools, implements and other articles of iron produced in the forges, as 
well as the shoeing of horses. In the operation of forges and tanneries (also 
one of the most important industries), young men were constantly apprenticed 
to the owners and operators to learn a trade for themselves. Thus it would 
seem that William* Boyd carried on a very profitable business, located as he 
was, on the border of settlements and on the trails, which developed, after his 
coming there, into main thoroughfares westward and northward. 

As this family accumulated wealth by their thrift in their new homeland, they 
seemed to have developed a trait for land investment. This is still more ap- 
parent in the next generation, and constantly led them into new territory, where 
they seemed to have speculated in land investments, had cash to loan on real 
estate, and while they usually owned and lived on good farms, they had other 
enterprises as outlets for their capital. 

William' Boyd was a Presbyterian and he is thought to have been a brother to 
Thomas' Boyd, the tanner, who settled on lands near William'. 

They had a family of sons and daughters when they came to York County (now 
Adams County), Pa., about 1734-1736. and at least two sons were born after 
they settled there. 

When William' Boyd and family landed, with his countrymen, at New Castle, 

Delaware, Aug. 24, 1729. he evidently brought along sufficient funds with 

which to make a start in the new world, for we find him taking out a grant of 

200 acres of land in the Manor of Maske, Lancaster County, Pa. (now known 

Cumberland Township, Adams County, Pa.). Warrants were issued in 1740, 

3ugh the family had cleared, occupied and farmed this land long before this 



28 THE BOYD FAMILY 

date. Half of this farm exentually went to his son. Willianr Boyd, and was 
held h> heirs of Archibald^ and James' Boyd. The other half went to Moses^ 
Boyd, and was sold bv his heirs. IRef. William Boyd. 200 acres in Manor of 
Maske. survey filed in the warrant. May 15, 1765. — Pa. Arch.. 3rd Series, Vol. 
3. p. 259-60. Proprietary Rights. I 

An indenture between Hance Hamilton. Esq.. High Sheriff of York County. Pa., 
to William Bovd. Nichnlas Wyerman. Derick Mummert. Valentine Eyler. Jacob 
Parr. Michael Keiselman. Philip Emigii. freeholders of the said county who 
declare the election of two assemblymen. Signed by William Boyd (seal) . 
(Ref. Pa. Arch.. 6th Series. Vol. 11. p. 415. Oct. 1, 1756.) 

Neighbors of William' Boyd: Joseph Morrison of York County, tanner, to Robert 
McPherson. York Countv. mortgage on land in Cumberland Township, lands 
adjoining lands of David Porter. Margaret Buchanan, John Beard, William 
Boyd and Samuel Moore. (Ref. Book B. p. 438. 1764. York County, Pa.. 
Court House.) 

William' Bovd's wife was named Margaret. She may liave been a McClean. a 
McCarlev. or a McPherson. as all of these families seem so closely allied to 
William Boyd's family. Aim. who was the wife first of a Mr. Gilkeson. and 
secondly of Archibald Simontoii. was a sister of Margaret, the wife of William 
Boyd. In her will this Ann left her property under the management of Wil- 
liam Boyd. William Boyd mentions his nephew. James Gilkeson. in his will. 

BROTHERS AND SISTERS of Margaret: 
Ann 1st husband, Mr. Gilkeson. 

(Son James, b. about 1736. mentioned in will 
of William' Boyd.) 
2nd husband. Archibald Simonton. 
(She and her children accompanied the Bovd Family to America. She was 
a widow when she died. lpa\ ing children by both husbands. I 
Jane (Jean) . husband. ^Ir. Scrogan (Suraganl. or Morrison. 

(She remained in Ireland. I 

NOTE: 

Will of Ann Simonton. sister of Margaret Boyd, of Marsh Creek. Dated Oct. 14, 
1749. probated Oct. 30. 1749. (Ref. Book A. p. 4. Oct. 14. 1749, York 
County, Pa.) 

Bequests: To son. James Gilkeson. one-half of my estate. 

To daughter. Marv Gilkeson ) , , ,, , 

T J I. 1, , c- } other half of my estate. 

1 o daughter. Margaret bimonton I it.' 

To sister. Margaret Boyd, clothes. 

To Jean Suragan. clothes and cradle. 
Executors: William Boyd and William McGaughrey. 
Witness: John Black. 

Orphans Court Records. I Ref. Book A. p. 10. Aug. 24. 1750. York County 
Court House.) 

". . . Came into Court William Boyd, the surviving Executor of the icill of 
Ann Simonton and prayed the court that Mary Gilkeson. daughter of the said 
Ann Simonton, who is now of 7 years of age about April 1. mar be bound out 
as an apprentice to John Addy of Cumberland Twp.. York County, and 
Jane Addy his wife, until the said Mary Gilkeson comes to the age of 18 years, 
and that she be taught to read and write, knit, sew, spin, and that she he given 
meat, drink, clothes, washing and lodging until she is aged 18 years, and that 
at that time she be given 2 suits of apparel (1 new), a heifer of 3 years with 
calf, a new spinning wheel, £5 in money and a bed valued at £5." 
Book A., p. 11. Margaret Simonton, minor and orphan of Ann Simonton. 
deceased, aged 2 years on 1st of Oct. last, is bound out to John Craig of Cum- 



BOYD LINEAGE OF MERCELIA LOUISE BOYD 



29 



berland Twp., York Coiinly. In and nilh the consent oj Willium Boyd (Aug. 
24, 1750). 

Book A., p. 171. "... Came If iiliani Boyd into this Court in regard to Mar- 
garet Simonton, daughter oj Ann Simonton, deceased, and of Archibald Simon- 
ton, deceased . . . said Margaret uas aged 13 years on the 1 1th of Oct. last . . . 
She is now bound out to Samuel Eddy Esq.'' 

TWO CHILDREN oj Ann and Mr. Gilkeson: 

(1) Jaiiu's Gilkeson 

(Named in William' Boyd's Will. 1767.) 
He MARRIED Jean, a cousin of Janet Morrison and a relative oj Sarah 
Buchanan ami Catherine Boyd. Jean iras probably a Buchanan. 

(2) Mary Gilkeson 
Born Apr. 1. 1743. 

ONE CHILD oj Ann and Arrhibnld Simonton: 
Margaret Simonton 
Born Oct. 1 (or Oct. 11). 1748. 

NINE CHILDREN of William' and Margaret Boyd (probably not in right order) : 



(1) John= Boytl 

(2) Moses- Boyd 

(3) WILLIAM^ BOYD (No. 2) 
(See Second Generation, pag6 29) 

(4) James- Boyd 



(5) James Carley- Boyd 

(6) Isabella- Boyd 

(7) Margaret- Boyd 

(8) Samuel- Boyd 

(9) Robert- Boyd 



[For their records, see page 4.5-47) 



SECOND GENERATION 

WILLIAM- BOYD (William) 

Born about 1726 in the northern part of Ireland. 

Died 1785 in Cumberland Township. York Count) (now Adams), Pa. 

Buried in Old Black Cemetery, near Gettysburg. Pa. 

His will was dated Aug. 13, 178.5, probated Dec. 2. 1785. York County. Pa. 
(Ref. Will Book G. p. 61. York County, Pa., Court House.) 
Bequests: To wife. Catherine. £50 . . . best bed, etc.. and 1 '3rd rents on Sink- 
hole Valley. Bedford County, lands, or £7 a year. . . . 
To son. William, lands that lie between Gillihan's line and Carrel's 

tract, which Moses McClean detains from me and £30 and a debt 

of £12. 
To son, John, half of laiul whereon he now li\es. adjoining Means 

Survey. Also his debts and £70. 
To sons. Robert. Archibald and Benjamin, lands whereon I now live, 

and to pay their mother the said £7 a year ... if they wish to 

separate and leave the land ... it is to be sold and they are to 

be given their shares. 
To daughter, Rosanna, deceased, who married Kennedy ... to each 

of her children, when of age. £5. 
To daughter. Mary, who intermarried with John Cavan. £45 and to 

their son, Wm. Cavan £5. 
To daughters. Jannett and Elizabeth, each £100 and beds, etc. '. . . 
To grandson. William, son of William. £10. 
". . . the Juniata lands to be divided with respect to both water and 

meadow lands ..." 



30 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Executors: Wife. Catherine, son Archibald and trusty friend, James Maxwell, 
son of John. 

Witnesses: Win. Russell. Sr., Wni. Russell. Jr.. and Robert Morrison. 
(He left several grandchildren at his death in 1785.) 
MARRIED 1744-48 to Catherine^ McGrew in York County (now Adams), Pa. 

(See McGrew Family, page 280) 
She was born 1724 in County Tyrone, Ireland. 
She died Oct. 26 (or Apr. 26), 1828, aged 104 years. 
Buried in Westmoreland County. Pa. 
She was about two years old when her parents brought her to America from 

Ireland. 
His occupation : Farmer and investor in real estate. 
He was about eight or ten years of age when his father brought the family to the 

Marsh Creek settlement about 1734 to 1736. and he was raised on his father's 

200-acre farm near the present town of Gettysburg, Pa. This land was in Cum- 
berland Township. Lancaster County. Pa., until 1749, and then in the newlv 

created York County until 1800. when it fell into Adams Countv. which is the 

present name and location. 

William^ Boyd and his family resided on this farm, which he and his brother 
Moses- inherited from their father. William' Bovd. 
William^ Boyd lived in Cumberland Township. York Countv. Pa., during the 

Revolutionary War, as shown by the tax list of that County. 

Tax List. Cumberland Twp.. York Countv. Pa. 

(Pa. Arch.. 3rd Series. Vol. 21.) 

William= Boyd. 1779-80. 200 acres: 1780. 150 acres; 1783. 200 acres. 

He had seven inhabitants in his household in 1783, as found in the tax list of 
that year. York County. Pa. 
William^ Boyd and others are summoned about an election held on Oct. 13, 1778, 

summoned Jan. 21, 1779. (Ref. Pa. Arch.. 6th Series. Vol. 11. p. 431.) 
William- Boyd, like his father and brothers, was of very strong Presbyterian 

stock, and they attended the old Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church. 
His sons were all long lived, strong, hardy men and were employed on his farms 

and in his business enterprises. 
The four sons, William, John. Robert and Benjamin, mentioned in his will, are 

the four old soldiers, whose graves are still in the Old Dick Cemetery, near 

West Newton. Pa. 
The neighbors of the Boyds were the Blacks. Haniiltons. McPherson. Morrisons 

and others. They often had to appeal to the Assembly in Philadelphia for 

assistance, as the Indians were always a menace to their homes. 
William^ Boyd, with his brothers. Archibald. Robert and Benjamin, followed in 

his father's footsteps on the two-hundred-acre farm in the Manor of Maske. He 

also invested in lead and iron-bearing lands in Sinking Valley. These mines 

were worked by the early settlers, and furnished lead for the Revolutionary 

War. 

Sinking Valley lay in the northwestern section of Huntington Countv (Tyrone. 

Barree and Morris Townships), Pa. This was Bedford County until' 1788. 

In 1846 it fell into Blair County. Today the lands are near the town of 

Laurelville. Frankstown Township. Blair County, Pa. 
The Proprietors of Pennsylvania held the Sinking Valley lands under a leasing 

system whereby an agreement for the warrant was given by them, subject to 

the making of certain improvements. 

William^ Boyd was given such a warrant for 251 acres of these lands and he 

m turn rented them to John Morton for £7 per year. The rents, by the terms 

ot his will, were to go to his widow, Catherine. 

Tax list of 1788 of Tyrone Township, Huntington Count\ . Pa., show 300 acres 

assessed to John Morton for widow Bovd. 



BOYD LINEAGE OF MERCELIA LOUISE BOYD 31 

This land was transferred to Thoma;; Low. or Law. who in 1797 conveyed it to 
Philip Roller, son of Jacob Roller, of Sinking; Valley, and it became the an- 
cestral home of this well-known family. Later it fell to Roller descendants 
named Wilson. Llpon the death of Philip Roller, the lands went to Jesse Moore 
of Franklin Township. Perry Moore was living on this farm in 1883. 
John Penn. Jr., and John Penn. Esq.. late Proprietors of Pennsylvania, by their 
attorney, deeded to Philip Roller of Tyrone Township. Huntington County. Pa., 
lands in the Manor of Sinking Valley, Lot 51. by Canoe Mountain, on Little 
Juniata, containing 136 acres. 106 perches. 

This was conveyed by special purposes, dated Apr. 29. 178!). recorded in Letter 
of Attorney Books. #2, p. 368. (Ref. Book C. p. 510. Mar. 5, 1794. Hunting- 
ton County, Pa.) 

NOTE: ''500 acres . . . Board of Property Rights . . . adjoining Sinking 
Valley Manor, Apr.. }763. and came before the Board Jul. 24. 1777." (Pa. 
Arch. 3-3-277.) 

From Huntington and Blair County Histories: 

Page 323. "In the Tussey neighborhood in Morris Twp. (cut from Baree or 
Tyrone Twps.) lies the Philip Roller place. It lies in the Manor Tract which 
was conveyed to William Boyd, etc. . . .'' 

Page 404 West Twp. (cut from Barree Twj). t. "Barnard Borst resided in this 
place from 1790 to 1815." 

William- Boyd also had farm lands in ihe Juniata country, which was Bedford. 
Somerset or Fulton Counties, and in the Carroll Tract. 

He held lands in North Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa., ad- 
joining Means Survey, which he gav(> to his son. John', in 178.5, who resided 
there. 

PARENTS of Catherine' McGrew: John'-' and Elizabeth McGrew of County Ty- 
rone, Ireland. 

{See McGrew Family, page 277-278) 

BROTHERS AND SISTERS of Catherine' McGrew: 
James'' McGrew, wife, Catherine 

Isabella^ McGrew. husband. John Maxwell. 
Mary' McGrew, husband, Mr. Dodds. 

Margaret' McGrew, husband. Mr. Mitchell. 
Archibald-^ McGrew. wife. Vlartha Bracken. 

William' McGrew. wife. Margaret Bracken. 

(See Bracken Family, page 239-240) 

{See McGrew Family, page 277-278) 

NINE CHILDREN of William^ and Catherine' (McGrew) Bo\d (probably not in 
right order) : 

(1) WILLIAM' BOYD (No. 3) (5) Janet (Jannelt) Boyd 

{See Third Generation, page 32) (6) Elizabeth' Boyd 

(2) Rosanna Boyd (7) Robert Boyd 

(3) Mary' Boyd (8) Benjamin' Boyd 
y(4) John' Boyd (9) Archibald Boyd 

[For their records, see page 47-51) 



32 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. WILLIAM^ BOYD (William , William) 

Born 1751 or 1752 on his grandfather's farm in Cumberland Township. York 

County (now Adams County). Pa. 
Died May 10, 1846, in his 95th year, on his farm in Huntingdon Township. West- 
moreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley I now Old Dick I Church Cemetery, near West Newton. 

Pa. (In early days it was also called "Union Meeting House.") 
His will was dated Jan. 29, 1845. probated June 18, 1846. (Ref. Will Book 3, 
p. 164. Westmoreland County. Pa.. Court House.) 

Bequests: To wife. Martha (his second wife). 1 bed and bedding. 1 cow, 1 
chest, Vo of the kitchen furniture, together with the use of the clock 
and bureau, as long as she lives or stays in the house that she now 
lives in, together with the comforts and necessities of life that 
John Boyd has bound himself in an article to furnish her with. 
To son. William. $25.00 and the deed to a piece of land situated in 
the County of Stark, in the State of Ohio, being a part of Tract J6, 
Range JflO. Twp. Jll. containing 17 acres. 114 rods. 
To son. Archibald. SI 0.00. 
To daughter. Mary. S4 15.00 together with a part of a bed, which is 

to be divided between Mary and Catherine. 
To daughter. Catherine, $415 together with a part of a bed, which 
is to be divided between Mary and Catherine, and the clock and 
bureau at the appraisement after my wife's death. 
To children of daughter Jane, deceased. S197 to be divided as fol- 
lows: to eldest son William. $200. to second son Loyd. $47. To 
the other children total of $250. to be divided equallv. 
To grandson, William, son of Archibald, $20.00. 
To grandson. William, son of Robert, deceased, $10.00. 
To granddaughter. Martha, daughter of Robert, deceased, $3.00. 
Requests that his body be interred in the burial ground of the Union Meeting 

House yard. 
Executors: William Ross and Elijah Newlon. who renounced same and Archi- 
bald Boyd, son. was appointed. 
Witnesses: John Blackburn and William Ross. 
William' Boyd MARRIED in 1778 to Margaret in York County (now 

Adams County), Pa. 
She was born June 26, 1757. 

She died Nov. 14, 1814. aged 57 years, on their farm in Westmoreland County, 
Pa. Buried in Old Sewickley (now Old Dick) Church Cemetery, near West 
Newton, Pa., of which they were members. 

She signed deeds witii her hu.sband in 1812 in Alleghaney County, Pa., and earlier 
in Huntington County. Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer and farm land operator, buying and selling and taking 
mortgages on farm lands. 

He moved to Huntington County. Pa., and about 1793-94 to Westmoreland 

County. Pa., where he joined his brothers. John. Benjamin and Robert Boyd. 
Revolutionary War Service of William' Boyd: 

William' Boyd resided in Cumberland Township. York County. Pa., during 
liie Revolutionary War. His place was about four miles from Gettysburg in 
what is now Adams County. Pa. Adams Countv was formed from York County 
m 1800. The faxes show him there as William Boyd. Jr. 
At the beginning of the War recruiting agents were sent out to enlist men. amon- 
these were Captain Matthew Scott: Captain Joseph Finley of Marsh Creek, York 



BOYD LINEAGE OF MERCELIA LOUISE BOYD 33 

County; and Lt. Jolin Gregg of Maisli Creek. ^ ork County, who were under 
CoL Walter Stewart. William' Boyd, and nian\ of his neighhors. were under 
the <onnuand of Captain Matthew Scott, whose Coni|)an\ was formed largely 
of men from Cmnberland Township. ^ ork Count\. Pa. 

In the year ] 77i5. ahout August. William' Rovd was promoted to Sergeant for a 
short time. After he finished this tinir of enlistment he prohalily returned home 
and later joined Captain Paxton's Ranging Company to protect the frontiers, 
and later, with liis hrother. Rohert' Bovd. joined the \ew Levies to jiroteet the 
frontiers again. 

He served first as a private under Capl. Matthew Scott, before Scott was pro- 
moted to his captaincy. In 177!! Willianv' Boyd was promoted to the rank of 
sergeant through vacancies in higher offices. He was recruited from York 
County, Pa., but transferred to Scott's Company. 

He was one of the men in the regular militia companies of his own township in 
the division of the County battalions (Ref. Pa. Arch. 6th Ser.. Vol. 2. p. 469. 
Cumberland Tup.. York County. Pa.. Apr.. 1778). These men were between 
the ages of 16 and 60 years, who had not at that time enlisted, but were re- 
quired to answer the call and were deemed fit to serve if necessary. 

After his removal to Huntington ('ountx. Pa., abdul 1790. he wa.s a member of the 
County Militia. 

Records and references for Revolutionary War service of William-' Boyd: 

First enlistment. 

Pa. Arch. 2nd Ser. Vol. 10. p. 220-221. 

Capt. Wm. Peebles Compan\ . 

Lt. Matthew Scott. Appointed March l.itli. 1 77(). jjromoted to Captain upon the 

death of Capt. Peebles, who died Aug. 27, 1776. 

p. 221. Private. WILLIAM BOYD. Robert Cample. William Carson. William 

Cavan. 
Pa. Arch. 6th Ser. Vol. 1. p. 357. 
WILLIAM BOYD, private. Capt. William Peebles. Col, Samuel Miles: Perm. 

Rifle Regiment. 1776. 
Pa. Arch. 6th Ser. Vol. 1. p. 360. 

WILLIAM BOYD, private. Capt. William Peebles. Col. Daniel Brodhead. en- 
camped near Kingsbridge. Sept. 1st. 1776. Pa. Arch. 6th Ser. Vol. 1, p. 363. 

same fact, date Sept. 4th. 1776. Pa. Arch. 6th Ser. \ ol. 1. p. 366. same fact. 

dated Sept. 30tb. 1776. 
Pa. Arch. 2nd Ser. Vol. 10. p. 266. 

Capt. Matthew Scott's Company. March 1. 1777 to May I. 1777. 
Sergeant. WILLIAM BOYD. Prixaic. William Cavan. 
Matthew Scott was takeii prisoner \ng. 27. 1776. 
Pa. Arch. .Sth Ser. Vol. 2. p. .^2!!. 
Capt. Matthew Scott's Company. April. 1777. 

Maj. Lewis Farmer. Lt. Joseph Browiilee. Lt. Wm. McCrackcn. Ensign Robert 

Gregg. Sergeant WILLIAM BO^I D. Palton Vinev. Thos. Wallace etc. 

List as this Company stood on Max I!. 1777 at Fnrt l-Jaud. New > ork. Col. W alter 

Stewart's Regiment. 13th Pa. Regiment. 
Westmoreland County History, p. I3(). 

"WILLIAM BOYD. Sergeant. 1777. Capt. Matthew Scott's Company." 

"WILLIAM BOYD. Sergeant. 177.".. Col. Waller Stewart's Regiment, command- 
ing 13th. Pa." 
Pa. Arch. 6th Ser. Vol. 2. p. 169. 1st Company, Cumberland Twp.. York Co.. Pa.. 

John Paxton. Capt. Apr. .i. 1 778. Robert McPherson. Col. 66 men. 



34 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Pa. Arch. 5tli Ser. Vol. 4. p. 761. New Levies. 

Robert Boyd, WILLIAM BOYD. 

Capt. Joseph Finley and Lt. John Gregg were recruiting agents sent to York 

County, Pa. They were from Marsh Creek, and together with Capt. Matthew 

Scott of Shippensburg. were officers with Col. Walter Stewart's Regiment. 
Pa. Arch. 6th Ser. Vol. 3. p. 39. Militia of Bedford Co.. Quenahoning Twp., 

WILLIAM BOYD, 1789. 
Pa. Arch. 6th Ser. Vol. 6. p. 35. Militia of Huntington County, Pa. 

WILLIAM BOYD. Ensign, 1792. 
Pa. Arch. 6th Ser. Vol. 4. p. 282. Militia of Huntington County, Pa. 

WILLIAM BOYD. Lieutenant, 1793. 

NOTE: Huntington County icas formed from Bedford County, Sept. 27, 1787. 

William^ Boyd seems to have marched first up towards Fort Washington, N. Y.. 

and then back to New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Later he seems to have served 

in Pennsylvania. 
As he knew the blacksmithing business, he may have been assigned to some special 

duties. The mines in Sinking Valley were being worked for war material. 

NOTE: His grave has been marked with a Revolutionary War Veteran emblem, 
and the following is his War service, as shown in the records of the Old Dick 
Church Cemetery: 

WILLIAM BOYD. 1751-1846: Private Capt. George Enslows Company, Bed- 
ford County Militia. 1778-1783. 3-23-235. 

This is believed to be in error, as it is not borne out by the War service records, 
which are here presented, and which have been prepared after exhaustive 
research. 

Katherine Cox Gollschalk. Genealogist, has placed in the Library of the 
D.A.R. in Washington, D. C, the results of her searches and classifications of 
the Revolutionary soldiers by the name of William Boyd of Pennsylvania. 

After the War William-* Boyd removed to Sinking Valley, Huntington County. Pa. 
to the lands owned in that County by his father, William- Boyd. Later he re- 
moved to Westmoreland County, Pa., joining his brothers, who had gone there 
prior to 1800. 

Tax List, York County. Pa., Cumberland Twp.. 1779. 

William^ Boyd, Jr.— acres 1-2-2 (no land, five inhabitants in his household. 3 
males, 2 females). 

LAND TRANSACTIONS OF WILLI AM'' BOYD: 

William^ Boyd and his first wife, Margaret, purchased from John Cadwallader, 
Esq., of Huntington County, Pa., who was agent for James Cresswell, a tract of 
land called "Reserve" containing 124 acres. 29 perches for £126:9:0. This 
tract was located on Shaver's Creek. Barree Twp., Huntington County, Pa. 
Patented Dec. 23, 1793 (Ref. Patent Book 20, p. 175). 

Recorded Dec. 24, 1793 (Ref. Book C. p. 507. June 16. 1794, Huntington 
County, Pa.) 

This land was sold by William' Boyd and Margaret, his wife, to Barnabas 
(Barnhart) Borst of East Pensboro Twp., Cumberland County, Pa., for 
£310:8:4. (Ref. Book H. p. 269, Nov. 12, 1794.) 
It was sold on terms, as receipts are dated May 15, 1800, and recorded Aug. 
7th, 1801. 

Barnabas Borst later sold this land to the Wilson heirs. (Ref. Book N, p. 174.) 

From Huntington and Clair County Histories: Page 404 West Twp. (cut from 

Barree Twp.), "Barnard Borst resided in this place from 1790 to 1815." 

William^ Boyd purchased, Apr. 11, 1797, from Thomas McDaniel and Susan his 

wife, of Mifflin Twp., AUeghaney County, Pa., a ten acre tract of land called 



BOYD LINEAGE OF MERCELIA LOUISE BOYD 35 

"Donaldson," located on Peter's Creek. Alleghaney County. Pa. ( Ref. Deed 

Book 47, p. 458. Alleghanev County. Pa., Court House. Recorded Jan. 17, 

1835.) 

This tract was left to Thomas McDaniel jjy the will of his father, ,Iohn, by 

whom the tract was patented. 
This land ("Donaldson") was sold by William' Boyd and his wife Margaret, 

of North Huntingdon Tvvp.. Westmoreland County, Pa.. May 29, 1800, to 

James Duncan of Mifflin Tup., Alleghaney County, Pa. (Ref. Book 9. p. 474, 

Alleghaney County. Pa.) The deed was not recorded until 1835. 
William' Boyd of Westmoreland County. Pa. purchased for £322 from James 
Miller and Mary, his wife, of Mifflin Twp.. Alleghaney County, Pa., a tract of 
land called "Mansfield," located on Peter's Creek, Alleghaney County, Pa., 
containing 171 acres, 1*23 perches. (Ref. Book 47. p. 93, Apr. 27. 1798.) 
James Miller held warrant for this land, dated Sept. 26. 1785. which was 

patented Mar. 3. 1797, 420 acres. 
This land ("Mansfield") was sold by William' Boyd and Margaret, his wife, to 

James Duncan of Mifflin Twp., Alleghaney County, Pa. (Ref. Book 9. p. 

473-4, May 29, 1800.) 

William' Boyd and Margaret, his wife, of South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland 
County. Pa., purchased from the heirs of Michael Helnian. Apr. 2, 1811, a tract 
of land called "Partnership," containing 319% acres, located in what was then 
Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County, Pa., but now lies in Versailles Twp.. 
Alleghaney County, Pa. This land was patented Sept. 24, 1787. by Michael 
Helman and Conrad Ludwick. (Ref. Book 12, p. 456.1 Ludwick and his wife. 
Mary, on May 3. 1793, convey their part to Michael Helman. 
' This land ("Partnership") was sold by William^ Boyd and Margaret, his wife, 

Mar. 5, 1812. to Thomas Serven of Versailles Twp.. Alleghaney County, Pa. 

Recorded Mar. 28, 1812. (Ref. Book 31. p. 106.) 

William'^ Boyd purchased land in Westmoreland County, Pa., from Christopher 
Neaff, Feb. 27, 1811 (Ref. Book 10, p. 29). 

William^ Boyd purchased land in Westmoreland County. Pa., from Robert^ Boyd, 
Sept. 1. 1812. (Robert' had bought it from his brother, Archibald' Boyd.) This 
was the home of William' Boyd in Westmoreland County. Pa. (Ref. Book 11. 
p. 75.) 
He then sold this land Apr. 21, 1814. to Alexander Robertson (same ref.). 

William' Boyd purchased land in Westmoreland County. Pa., from James Lodge, 
Apr. 25, 1814. (Ref. Book 10, p. 563.) This land was sold in 1816 to Levi 
Zimmerman. 

The 300 acre farm in East Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa., upon 
which William' Boyd was living when Margaret died, was sold after her death, 
Aug. 8, 1815. for $9000.00. (Ref. Book 11, p. 487.) 
Mortgages were given by the purchasers. Samuel Zimmerman, et al. (Ref. Book 

13, p. 10 and 17.) 
Apr. 18, 1818. Levi Zimmerman took over all of the interests of the previous 

owners of this land, and made a new mortgage to William' Boyd. ( Ref. Book 

13, p. 17.) 
This land was called "Good Lodging" and was bought from the heirs of 

Benjamin Lodge. (Ref. Book 11, p. 349.) 

William' Boyd purchased another farm of 304 acres (surveyed 296 acres, 10 
perches), for $7500.00 in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa., 
from John Richey and Jennie his wife, of Westmoreland County. Pa., Apr. 6. 
1816. (Ref. Patent Book 51, p. 399. Also Book 17. p. 196.) 

Deed was recorded May 10, 1828. Land was adjacent to Handel Ross, William 
Reynolds and James Hamilton. 



36 THE BOYD FAMILY 

It was to this farm lie lnou^lit liis second wife. Martlia. lo reside in 1824. and 
this was hi? last home and where lie was living in liSlC. when his will was 

made. 
In 1837 William ■ and his second wife. .Martha, made over this land to his son. 

John^ Boyd, for .S7325.00. 296 acres iRef. Book 23. p. 365. Nov. 17. 1837). 

under agreement to have this son provide for them. 
Vi'illiam ■ Bovd was then of South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
William' Bo\d held lands in Stark County. 0. Tract No. 6, Range 10. Twp. 11, 

17 acres, 114 rods, wliidi he willed to his son. William* Bovd. 
He also held other lands, which were not recorded. 

NOTE: Early Pennsylvania men nere lax in recording deeds. About 1830 a 
large number of deeds nere often recorded on one, piece oj land. When lands 
nere inherited from one generation to another there teas no recording. Thus 
the original Boyd farm in Adams County. Pa., came down to .Archibald' Boyd. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of William^ and Margaret Boyd: 

(1) WILLI.4M* BOYD (No. 4) (4) Catherine* Boyd 
\ See Fourth Generation, page 37 \ (5) .Archibald* Bovd 

(2) John* Boyd (6) Mary* Bovd 

(3) Robert* Boyd (7) Jane* Boyd 

[For their records, see page 51-53) 

William^ Boyd MARRIED second Apr. 1. 1824. to Martha Bales (Bails I of Penn- 
sylvania, in Cadiz. O.. by Joseph Fry. J. P. ( Ref . Marriage Record. Book A. 
p. 265. Harrison County. 0., Court House. I She survived liim. 

She is buried in the Old Cemeterv at Cadiz. 0. 

CHILDREN: None. 

The following article was prepared In kaliierine Cox Gottschalk. the genealogist 
on these records: 

"This William' Bo)d was born on liie old farm which his grandfather had taken 
up when he first came from Ireland in 1734-36 — the same home that he so 
stoutly protected in his resistance lo the survevors sent out bv the Proprietors 
of the Colony to lay out this and the adjacent lands into the "Manor of 
Maske.' Tills farm is on a branch of Marsh Creek not far from Gettysburg. 
William' Boyd did not stay so" closely at home as his father and uncles had 
done. Probably the stories he heard from the travelers around the tavern 
inspired him to try new fields. His father had already invested in new lands 
some distance from his home, near Gettysburg. Pa. These lands were all 
located in Bedford County. Pa., but are now in Bedford and Huntington 
County. Pa. The lands in Huntington County. Pa., evidentlv held the pros- 
pects of some mining development, but the "Juniata Lands" were farm lands. 
The rents from the 'Sinking \'alley' I Huntington Count)') lands were to pro- 
vide some support for Catherine, the widow of Willianr Bovd, the mother 
of William' Boyd. William" Boyd, after the death of his father, went up to 
Huntington County, and lived on and looked after these "Sinking ^■alley■ lands. 
He bought and sold some land there, and started on a career of land invest- 
ment, which he continued to follow when he moved to Westmoreland County. 
Pa., from Huntington County. Pa. In Westmoreland Countv, we find him 
buying farms, and selling them, lending money for their purchase, and col- 
lecting these notes, and from these records we would call him a farmer, 
and also a real estate man. He also bought land in Ohio, considered a land of 
great promise, as did so many Pennsylvanians. who bought for investment. 

•"This William^ Bovd married first Margaret whose last name is not known. 

After her death, and when an old man. he married a second time, when on a 
trip or a visit to Ohio, a Miss Martha Bales, who was of the Quaker faith. 



BOYD LINEAGE OF MERCELIA LOUISE BOYD 37 

and biouplil her back to I'eniisylvania to a farm lliat lio ovviied and had let 
out on terms to his son. John^ Boyd. Here he and Martha lived, and he died 
at the advanced age of 95 years. In his will he requested that he he buried 
in the old United Presbyterian Churcli yard. 

"From this simple request written into this old document, much of the char- 
acter of William" Boyd is shown. He was still a staunch follower of the 
faith of his forefathers, who had carried their faith into new iiomes in 
Ireland and again across the seas into the hills of Pennsylvania. He wanted 
to rest near his first wife and his brothers, who were buried in this old 
burying ground, but how tactful not to stress that point. So it would seem 
that he was a very considerate old fellow even at the age of ninety-five. He 
was laid to rest beside his first wife Margaret, and their graves are marked. 

"After his death, his widow, Martha, who was considerably younger, went back 
to Ohio among friends and relatives, where she died. 

"Some of the children of William' Boyd continued to live in Westmoreland 
County, Pa., where their descendants still live today. 

"Others of his family removed to Ohio, and went on further west in the next 
generation. 

"All of the brothers of William' Boyd left Adams County, Pa., with the excep- 
tion of Archibald', who died in Adams Count\. and is buried there in the 
Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church vard. 

"All of these four brothers, John', William'. Robert'. Benjamin', are buried 
and have markers in the Old Sewickley (now Old Dick) Church yard, near 
West Newton, Pa." 

FOURTH GENERATION 

WILLIAM^ BOYD (William, William-, William) 

Born June 26. 1782. in Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Feb. 12, 1854, in Cadiz, 0., aged 71 years. 7 months, 16 days. 
Buried in Old Cemetery at Cadiz. 0., beside his first wife. Elizabeth Kelly. 
His will was dated Sept. 15, 1853, probated Feb. 22. 185J. ( Ref . Will Book C, 
page 46, Cadiz, Harrison County Court House. 0.) 

Bequests: To wife, Rebeekah (Rebecca) Reynolds; about three acres of land 
with house, where they lived, six acres adjoining the lands of 
Robert Braden, Casper Develbis. Charles Warfel and Robert Max- 
well. All stock, except the mare. All household and kitchen furni- 
ture, and also all the money due and coming to me from Thomas 
and John Coles. 
To daughter, Malinda Braden, seventeen acres of land more or less 

lying in Tuscarawas County, 0. 
To daughter, Nancy Johnston, all moneys coming to me from John 

Degnan and Phillip Lydel in Wayne County, 0. 
To children. John Boyd, Nancy Johnson, Mariah Warfel, Elizabeth 
Welda. Martha Ferguson, Malinda Braden, all the balance of my 
property not heretofore mentioned, equally and share alike. 
Executor: Charles Warfel, son-in-law. 
Witnesses: Nancy A. Reynolds and Thomas Lee. 
MARRIED Aug. 23, 1803. to Elizabeth Kelly in South Huntingdon or Mt. Pleasant 
Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa., by Rev. James Power, Presbyterian Minister 
of Mt. Pleasant Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa. (Ref. Pennsylvania Genea- 
logical Society Magazine, Vol. 10. page 294. 1 
His occupation: Farmer. 
They removed to Wayne County, 0., Apr. 28. 1820. and to Cadiz. 0.. in 1831. 



38 THE BOYD FAMILY 

She was born I\ov. 15. 1782. in Westmoreland County, Pa., of Irish parents. 
She died May 7. 1844. in Cadiz. 0.. aged 61 years, 5 months. 22 days. 
Buried in Old Cemeterv at Cadiz. 0.. heside her husband. 
HER PARENTS: 

(Immigrated to Allegheny County. Pa., before 1800.1 

NINE CHILDREN of William^ and Elizabeth (Kelly) Boyd: 

(1) Margaret Boyd (5) William^ Boyd 

(2) JOHN D. BOYD (No. 5) (6) Elizabeth Boyd 
{See Fijth Generation, page 38-39 \ (7) Martha"' Boyd 

(3) Nancy Agnes Boyd (8) Malinda Kelly' Boyd 

(4) Mary Maria^ Boyd (9) Hiram Bails Boyd 

(For their records, see page 54-57) 

William* Boyd MARRIED second, after the death of his first wife in 1844, to Mrs. 

Rebecca Reynolds, a widow, aged 45 years. 
She was born about 1805 in Pennsylvania. 

Census Records. Harrison County. 0.. 1850. page 245 (888) Dist. 71, Short 
Creek Twp.. Oct. 5, 1850. 1656-1686. shows that William* Boyd and his second 
wife Rebecca lived between Thomas and Robert Maxwell, and the next place 
beyond Thomas Maxwell was occupied by Charles Viarfel and his family of 
six children in 1850. 

CHILDREN: None. 

TWO CHILDREN of Rebecca Rexnolds by her first marriage: 

Elizabeth (born about 1829 in Pennsylvania, and McConnell Rey- 
nolds (born about 1842 in Pennsylvania). 



FIFTH GENERATION 

JOHN D. BOYD (William*, Wllliam% William^, William) 

Born May 19. 1806, in Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Died Feb. 26, 1889. in Butler. Bates County. Mo. 

Buried in the Boyd Cemetery Lot, Butler. Mo. 

MARRIED June 30. 1835, to Kerenhappuch'^ Parrish in Cadiz, 0., bv William 

Taggart. Minister. I Ref. Marriage Record Book C. page 221. Harrison County 

Court House.) 

(See Parrish Family, page 286) 
( See "The Parrish Family" published by Scott Lee Boyd, 1935) 

His occupation: Fur buyer, stock raiser and farmer. 

Resided in Uhrichsville. Tuscarawas County, O., until 1856. when thev removed 
to McLean County, 111., and purchased a farm near Bloomington. 

Removed to Bates County, Mo., near Butler, in 1866, where he established the 
Boyd farm. This trip was made in covered wagons by several families coming 
m one party; the Boyds, Brooks, Mains, Way lands. Whipples and Speers. The 
Jollowmg pages tell of the marriages among this group of pioneers after 
setthng m the vicinity of Butler and Pleasant Gap. Bates County. Mo. 

Extracts from a letter dated at Uhrichsville, 0.. Oct. 25, 1851, from John D.-' 
Boyd to his brother-in-law. Joshua-^ Parrish. in California, where he had gone 
in the days of the gold rush, gives a good picture of their activities at that 
time, as follows: 

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(taken 18,2) H. ram Uydp Boyd, Catherine Mary (Boyd) Brooks, Charles' Wilson Bovd. Mariah 
Kmrna (Boyd) Speer, and Ida May (Boyd) Mains. (See pages 57-61) ' 




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esidence of Mr. and Mrs. John Finley Boyd, Butler. Mo., built about 1882. Reading from left to right: Cora CuUar, 
)hn Finley. Edwin Everett. Scott Lee, John D., Mary Jane (Mollie) ( miliar and Clyde Hiram Boyd. I Taken 1884.) 

(See pages 39-41 ) 




Standi,.,: Clyde Hiram Sco« Lee Cora Cullar, Edwin Everett; Sitting: Francis Eugene and 
Wallace Warfel Boyd. (Taken 1890.) (See naires f,9.M\ 



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BOYD LINEAGE OF MERCELIA LOUISE BOYD 39 

"I was ill Iowa last winter Iniying furs. I liave lieen buying sheep and wool 
this summer. Wool was from 30 to 62 cents per pound. Shee]) from .Sl.OO 
to $L50. Wheat is worth 5U cents per bushel now." 
"We are still living in Uhrichsville. the town is improving ver\ much and 
times are lively as the engineers are here locating the railroad wiiiih will be 
running cars in two years from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh. Steubenville, 
Uhrichsville. Coshocton. Columbus. Cincinnati, and on to St. Louis. . . . We 
have a charter for a bank here and the stock is all taken." 
"John Parrish and family are all well and still live in Moorfield (Ohiol." 
"We have a new daughter since you left, which ue call. 'Mariah Amily,' she is 
about eighteen months old." (This is Mariah Emma Bo\d. who married 
Henry Speer.) 
Extracts from a letter dated at Moorfield. 0., .lune 5. lo.S."?. from John" Parrish to 
Joshua'^ Parrish in California: 

"John Boyd's family is well. I saw them a few days ago as I was in Waterford. 
Boyd has a contract on the railroad which runs from Uhrichsville to Newark, 0." 
Kerenhappuch" Parrish was born Oct. 27. lulO. in Baltimore County. Md. 
She died Mar. 3L 18.S8. in McLean County. 111. 
Buried in the Boyd Cemetery Lot, Butler. Mo., after being removed from the first 

burial place in McLean County, 111. 
HER PARENTS: Benjamin"' and Catharine (Tenner) Parrish. 

(5ee Parrish Familv, page 286) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

John'' Parrish. wife. Sarah Anderson. 

Charles Albert" Parrish, wife, Mary Jane' Clokey. 

Joshua" Parrish, wife, ^arcissa Dell. 

Mary R." Parrish. husband, William W. Wilson. 

Rachel'* Parrish. husband. James Craig. 

Elizabeth J.'' Parrish, Died in infancy. 

Susanna" Parrish, husband, John Sawyer- Clokey. 

{See Parrish Family, page 286) 
{See Parrish Family, published by Scott Lee Boyd, 1935) 

TEN CHILDREN of John D.'' and Kerenhappuch" (Parrish) Boyd: 

(1) Albert Canady" Boyd (6) Hiram Clyde" Boyd 

(2) Hannah Jane" Boyd (7) Catherine Mary" Boyd 

(3) Benjamin Parrish" Boyd (8) Charles Wilson" Boyd 

(4) William Martin" Boyd (9) Mariah Emma Boyd 

(5) JOHN FINLEY" BOYD (No. 6) (10) Ida May" Boyd 
{See Sixth Generation, page 39-41 ) 

{For their records, see page 57-61 ) 

SIXTH GENERATION 

. JOHN FINLEY'^ BOYD (John D.% Williani% William% William-, Wil- 
liam') 

Born May 10, 1842. in Uhrichsville, Tuscarawas County. 0. 
Died July 21. 1910. in Monrovia, Calif. 
Buried in the Boyd Cemetery Lot. Butler, Mo. 

MARRIED Nov. 13. 1872. to Mary (MoUie) Jane Cullar^ in Butler, Mo. 
{See Cullar Family, page 242) 
{See Cullar Family, published by Scott Lee Boyd) 
His occupation: Lumberman. Founder and President, J. F. Boyd Lumber Co. 



40 THE BOYD FAMILY 

In 1856 he moved with his parents in covered wagons to McLean County. Ill- 
near Bloomington. where they lived on a wheat farm until the Civil War broke 
out. His brothers. Albert and Hiram, enlisted, and John, not being able to 
obtain his father's consent, decided to run away and join the army. He was 
intercepted, however, and persuaded to return to the farm, where his help was 
needed. 

In 1864 he left the farm, taking a position as clerk in a mercantile store in Cen- 
tralia. III., and in 1865. after the war was over, he worked his way to Georgia. 

In 1869 he joined his father's family, which was now established on the Boyd 
farm, a few miles northeast of Butler. Bates County, Mo. 
!»^ In 1870 John moved into Butler, and went to work in the general store of John 
Weslev Cullar. whose daughter Mary I Mollie I Jane, he married in 1872. 

In 1871 he took a position as clerk in the lumber yard of H. C. Wyatt, and in 
1874 he was taken in as a partner, and the firm name was changed to Wyatt & 
Bovd. This firm continued until about 1893. 

In 1879 he moved his family to Appleton City. Mo., where the M.K.&T. Railway 
was putting through a railroad, and he established a lumber yard there, with 
John's brother. Hiram Clyde Boyd, in charge. This firm also started the first 
lumber business in Rich Hill, Mo., when the city was in its infancy. 

In 1880 he moved back to Butler. Mo., where lie built his large family home and 
where the last four of his cliildren were born. The compiler of these records. 
Scott Lee Boyd, was the first child born in this home. This was maintained as 
the familv home until his removal to California in 1899. 

In 1888 he moved his family temporarily to Clinton. Mo., where he had previously 
established a lumber business. 

In 1889 he moved back to the family home in Butler. Mo. 

In 1890 John's wife died very suddenly in Butler. Mo., where she was staying with 
the vounger children while he was on a tri]) to the Colorado Mountains with 
Cora and Ed, the two older children. 

In 1891 he moved to Appleton City. Mo., to look after his lumber business there. 

In 1893 he moved back to Butler. Mo., where he sold his interests in Wyatt & Boyd 
and established May 1. 1893. a new corporation called the J. F. Boyd Lumber 
Company, of which he was President and General Manager. His associates in 
this business were a group of friends and prominent men of Bates, and the 
adjoining counties of St. Clair. •Cedar. Cass, Vernon and Henry. These men 
were as follows: Judge J. N. Ballard of Montrose. Judge S. S. Cowan of Shell 
City. Samuel Cotton of Appleton City, and J. P. Edwards and I. N. Mains of 
of Butler, Mo. 

The headquarters of this new firm was at Butler, Mo., and they established a line 
of retail lumber yards in Rich Hill. Butler. Oceola. Collins, Foster. Clinton, 
Harwood, Shell City, Appleton City. Lowery City. Eldorado Springs. Nine 
Wonders, Walker, Montrose. Passaic, Rockville, and others, all in Missouri. 

Butler and Rich Hill being on the Missouri Pacific Ry. served as distributing 
points, from which places lumber was hauled overland to many other towns 
where they had yards. 

In 1899 John consolidated his lumber business with that of the Logan-Moore 
Lumber Company, and formed the Logan-Moore-Boyd Lumber Company. He 
retired from active management in May 1899, and moved his family to 
California. 

In 1900 (Jan.) he purchased an 80-acre orange ranch, north of Redlands, Calif., 
which he sold in 1904. 

In 1902 he sold his interests in the Logan-Moore-Boyd Lumber Companv in 
Missouri. 

In 1902 the Imperial \ alley was just beginning to attract attention, and on Dec. 1st 
of that year, he established the J. F. Boyd Lumber Company in Holtville. Calif. 
The following year he established a second yard in Imperial, Calif. 



BOYD LINEAGE OF MEKCELIA LOUISE BOYD 



41 



In these enterprises his sons, Ed and Scott, were iiis assoiialcs. He operated 
these yards until about 1905 or 1906. when tlip\ were sold. 
In 1907 John moved his family from Redlands to Monrovia. Galif.. wlieie his son 
Scott had established a new lumber business, called The Bovd Lumber Company. 
Here he lived until his death, July 21. 1910. 
Mary iMolliel Jane Cullar was horn Aug. ?>. Jll.iO. in Abingdon. Washington 

County, Va. 
She died July 3. 1^90. in Butler, Mo. 
Buried in the Boyd Cemetery Lot. Butler. Mo. 
HER PARENTS: John Wesley and Nancx Jane I Perry I Cullar. 
(See Perry Family, page 288) 
{See Perry Family, published h\ SrotI Lee Boyd) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Littleton King Haskel Cullar. wife. Julia Adelaide Smith. 

Unmarried. 
Samuel Barnick Shaw. 
James E. Gillespie. 
Amanda Luella Lyon. 
John Charles Light. 
Died in infancy. 
I See Cullar Family, page 288) 
(See Cullar Family, published by Scott Lee Boyd) 
SIX CHILDREN of John Finley" and Mary (Mollie) Jane (Cullar) Boyd: 

(1) Cora Cullar' Boyd (4) Clyde Hiram' Boyd 

(2) Edwin Everett" Boyd (5) Wallace WarfeP Bovd 

(3) SCOTT LEE' BOYD (No. 7) (6) Francis Eugene" Boyd 
[See Seventh Generation, page 41 ) 

(For their records, see page 62-69) 



Ellen Delitha 


Cullar. 




Amanda Elizabeth 


Cullar, 


1st husband 
2nd husband 


James L. 


Cullar, 


wife. 


Laura Alice 


Cullar, 


husband. 


Ira 


Cullar. 





SFJEM'H GENERA TlOX 

SCOTT LEE" BOYD (John Finley , John D. , William\ Williams Wil- 
liam', William") 

He was named after General Winfield Scott of Mexican War fame, and the family 
doctor. Dr. W. D. Lee. His name appears in the family Bible as "Lee Scott." 
but it was changed. 

Born Feb. .5, 1882. in Butler. Bates County. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara. Calif. (2401 Garden St. I 

MARRIED June 3. 1909. to Mercelia Anna Winslow in Monrovia, Calif. 
(See Tracy-Wiiislow Family, published by Scolt Lee Boyd. 1933) 

He was educated in the schools of Butler, Mo. 

His occupation: Lumberman, President Boyd Lumiier & Mill Co., Santa Barbara, 
Calif. 

He moved from Butler and Ne\ada. Mo., to Redlands. Calif., in July, 1901, to 
Monrovia, Calif.. Oct. 1. 1905. and to Santa Barbara. Calif.. Jan. 1. 1911. 

During his boyhood and school days he engaged in many enterprises. When seven 
or eight years of age he developed a mania for conducting soda pop. lemonade 
and milk-shake stands, and for several years, every circus day. 4th of July, and 
during school vacations, he was found operating one of them. 
His enthusiasm for this was enhanced by reason of the fact that his dad was 
taking out an uncollectible account in soda pop. which was turned over to 
Scott without cost, thereby making his sales '"all profit.' 

This was all going on in the 'nineties, when big business mergers and expan- 
sions were the order of the day. Not to be outdone, Scott conceived the idea of 



42 THE BOYD FAMILY 

a "branch stand," while living in Appleton City, Mo. This was promptly 

started and put in charge of a boy playmate in a different part of the town. 

Upon a visit to the '"branch" the amazing discovery was made that during 

the first few days of operation the manager "drank up" the soda pop and 

filled the bottles with water. The branch was closed and this feature was never 

again attempted. 
At the age of ten years he became such an ardent collector of postage stamps that 

he launched out into being a regular stamp dealer, advertising and selling his 

wares over the United States. 
He also owned and operated a hand printing press, on which he printed and sold 

name cards. 
Other activities included raising hogs (in which his father furnished the corn 

and Scott reaped the profits I . clerking in grocery stores and in his father's 

lumber yards, and driving the lumber delivery wagon, for which he received 50c 

per day. 
The main idea back of it all. in addition to his unquenchable desire to have a 

business of his own in later years, was to save up sufficient money for a trip 

to California, to visit his oldest brother. Ed. who had gone there in December. 

1895, and settled on a fruit ranch in Hemet. Calif., adjoining his uncle, Hiram 

Clyde Boyd's ranch. Scott succeeded in this undertaking. 
In July 1897 he made this long journev alone, returning in time for school in the 

Fall. 
In 1899, after his family had all moved to California, Scott went to Nevada, Mo., 

where he took a position as clerk during summer school vacation, with the 

Logan-Moore-Boyd Lumber Co., where his uncle. John Charles Light, was the 

manager. His salary was S15.00 per month. He returned to the High School 

in Butler, Mo.,. in the Fall. 
In 1900 he accepted the position of bookkeeper at S30.00 per month, in the office 

of Logan-Moore-Boyd Lumber Co.. in Nevada, where Mr. Geo. E. Logan was 

then manager. 

In July. 1901. Scott obtained a leave of absence for a trip to visit his family in 
Redlands. Calif., after which he never returned to his native State. 

While looking for a position in the lumber business, which he had chosen as his 
career, he served as bookkeeper in the grocery store of J. R. Newbury & Co.. 
in Redlands. Calif. 

In April. 1902. he moved to San Pedro. Calif., for a position in the wholesale 

lumber office of the San Pedro Lumber Co.. which had been offered him by the 

General Manager, Mr. L. W. Blinn. 
In June, 1903, he moved to Riverside, Calif., where he accepted a position as 

bookkeeper for the Pacific Lumber Co., and purchased a small amount of stock 

in that firm. 

In January. 1905, he sold his interest in this firm and went to Los Angeles in the 
wholesale lumber office of Nofziger Bros. Lumber Co., which was merged into 
the Consolidated Lumber Co.. and Scott was assistant to the manager. Mr. 
Frank L. Bortells. 

On October 1st, 1905 (precisely thirty years ago to the day that this is being 
written), he moved to Monrovia, Calif., where he became President and manager 
of his newly-organized Boyd Lumber Co., with Frank L. Bortells as Vice- 
President. This was the opportunity which he had sought for so long "to get 
into a lumber business of his own." 

It was in Monrovia the following year he met Mercelia Anna Winslow, to whom 
he was married in 1909. 

In November, 1907, he established a lumber yard in Glendora, Calif., under the 
name of Boyd Lumber Co. of Glendora, with Frank L. Bortells and H. S. Riser 



BOYD LINEAGE OF MERCELIA LOUISE BOYD 43 

as associates. Mr. Riser was the manager, and he later purchased the entire 
business. 

In 1911 his first attempt was made to gatlier family records, of which this book 

is the final culmination. 
On January 1st. 1914, he moved to Santa Barbara. Calif., where he organized and 

became President of the Boyd Lumber & Mill Co., a new corporation, with 

Clyde Hiram Boyd as Vice-President, and a new lumber and mill business was 

established in Santa Barbara. Calif. 

This has continued to the present day. The Monrovia busines was sold to Mr. 

Bortells, and the Valley Lumber Co. of Glendale was sold by Clyde H. Boyd. 

In December, 1921, Scott and Francis Boyd purchased the interest of Clyde H. 

Boyd in the Boyd Lumber & Mill Co., of Santa Barbara. 
On November 5, 1924. the City Building & Loan Association opened for business 

in Santa Barbara. This new corporation was organized by Scott L. Boyd, 

among a group of local business men. consisting of Seth A. Keeney, Pres., 

Scott L. Boyd. Vice-Pres.. S. B. Schauei. Sec'y. with Francis E. Boyd. John A. 

Parma, J. I. Eisenberg, C. A. Ott, Fred H. Schauer and J. M. Williamson as 

directors. Upon the retirement in 1930 of Seth A. Keeney, Scott L. Boyd became 

President, and has continued in this capacity. 
He was a Charter Member of the following Santa Barbara organizations: 

La Cumbre Golf and Country Club (1915). 

Merchants Credit Association (1917). served as President 1918-19. 

Rotary Club (1917), serve as President 1917-18. 

Valley Club of Montecito (1930). 
He served as President of the Commercial Club in 1918, and is now an active 

member of the Santa Barbara University Club, the Santa Barbara Club, and the 

Valley Club. 
His principal recreations have always consisted of golfing and traveling. In 

recent years he has revived his old stamp collecting inclinations. In 1933 he 

compiled and published the genealogies of his wife's families, the Tracy Family 

— Winslow Family. He is now compiling and publishing, in additon to this 

Boyd volume, genealogies on his grandparents, the Parrish. Perry and Cullar 

Families. 
Mercelia Anna Winslow was born July 17, 1884, in Aurora. 111. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara, Calif. (2401 Garden St.) 
She attended schools and college as follows: 

Albuquerque. N. M.. Los Angeles, Calif., Mansfield. 0. (Grades). 

Mansfield, 0., Oakland, Calif.. Pasadena. Calif. (High schools). 

Graduated from latter in 1902. 

Graduated from Stanford University in 1907. 
HER PARENTS: Dr. Charles Edward and Louise Massa (Tracy I Winslow. 

(See Tracy-Winslow Family, published by Scott Lee Boyd. 1933) 
HER BROTHER (no sisters) : 

Waldo Winslow. died in infancy. 

ONE CHILD of Scott Lee" and Mercelia Anna (Winslow) Boyd: 
MERCELIA LOUISE^ BOYD 

(See Eighth Generation, page 44) 



44 THE BO\D FAMILY 

EIGHTH GENERATION 
8. MERCELIA LOUISE*^ BOYD (Scott Lee". John Finley". John D.\ Wil- 
liamS William', William% William') 

Born July 2L 1921. in Santa Barbara. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara, Calif. (24U1 Garden St. I 

Baptized Feb. 5. 1922. by Dr. A. Grant Evans, in the Parish Housh of the Pres- 
byterian Church in Montecito. Calif. 

Attended Douglas Camp for Girls at Pebble Beach. Calif., the summers of 1930 
and 1931. and the Huntington Camp for Girls near Fresno. Calif., in 1935. 

Attending Santa Barbara Girls School. Santa Barbara. Calif. 

NOTE: Mercelia Louise" Boyd, as these records indicate, is the only daughter 
of the compiler. Scoll Lee Boyd, and it is to her that all the family genealogies, 
which he has compiled and published, are dedicated. 

For Iter Maternal Ancestry, see Tracy-Winslow Family, published by Scott Lee 
Boyd, 1933. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 45 

NINE CHILDREN OF WILLIAM' BOYD AND MARGARET BOYD 

{See First Generation, iiane 27-20) 

1. JOHN^ BOYD (William) 

Boni about 1720 in Ireland. Died about 1771. 

It is thought that this is the John- Boyd, the inmiigiaiit. wlio came to Pennsyl- 
vania with his father. William' Boyd, and his uncle Thomas' Boyd in 1729. 
When he arrived at the ape of 21. he took up a piece of land adjoining his 
father's in his own right. This land grant was dated Mar.. 1741, and further con- 
firmed on Oct. 7, 1765. for 120 acres, when the survey by the proprietors of the 
colony was actually made. The land lay in Cumberland Twp.. Adams County, 
Pa. (Ref. Pa. Arch. 3rd series. Vol. 3. p.' 259-260. Proprietary Rights.) 
MARRIED in 1742 to Jean McPherson in Adams County. Pa. 
She was born about 1725; died in 1767. in York County (now Adams), Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Robert, the Immigrant, and Janet (McElwee) McPherson. 
(Came from Scotland with Hance Hamilton and others and settled on Marsh 
Creek. He died Dec. 25, 1749, in York County (now Adams), Pa. She died 
Sept. 23. 1767. Buried in Black Cemetery, near Gettysburg, Pa. 
Her will was dated Aug. 2t. 1761. probated Oct. 21. 1768. York Countv. Pa. 
Will Book B. p. 169.) ' 

Bequests: to sister. Margaret Starrard alias McElwee of Ireland and leaves her 
£10. To son. Robert McPherson and his children, viz: Janet. Margaret, William 
and Robert. To daughter. Frances, wife of Hugh Davis (or Davies) and her 
children, viz: Janet. Hugh. Agnes. James. Rosanna and an unnamed child. To 
grandchildren, Janet and Margaret Boyd, children of John Boyd. Extr. son 
Robert McPherson and friend James Ferguson. Wit. James McGinley, Samuel 
Edie, Wm. Ferguson. '^ 
HER BROTHERS AND SIFTERS: 

Robert McPherson. wife. \ Agnes Miller. 

He was born June 10. 1730. in Ireland; died Sept. 12. 1802. She was born 
Apr. 16. 1732. Married June 11. 1751, and resided in Cumberland Twp.. 
York County (now Adams). Pa. 
Frances McPherson, husband, Hugh Davis. 

She was born in 1728. They resided in Augusta County. Va. They moved 
from Pennsylvania to Rockbridge Counlv, Va.. where his will was pro- 
bated, and which gives names of all his children. 

(Ref. Egles Notes & Queries. Vol. 5. p. 99. under Davis Family. Vol. 16. p. 
295.) 

TWO CHILDREN of John- and Jean (McPherson) Boyd: 

(1) Janet' Boyd 

Born before 1767 in ^ Ork Counl\ I now Adams). Pa. 

(2) Margaret^ Boyd 

Born before 1767 in Vnk (>ount\ mow Adams). Pa. 

2. MOSES= BOYD (William') 

Born about 1724 in Ireland. 

Died 1777 (or 1778) in Cumberland Twp.. "^ ork Countv (now .Adams), Pa. 
His will dated Dec. 29. 1777. probated Jan. 10. 1778.' Will Book D, page 69. 
Cumberland Twp., York County (now Adams). Pa. 
Bequests: To wife, Catherine, one-sixth of estate. 

To son, Andrew, one-third of estate, and he is to be ''learned to be 

a good Englisii scollar." 
To daughters. Margaret and Jane, each one-sixth of estate. 
Executors: Capt. William McClean of Hamilton Ban Twp.. York County, Pa. 
James Black of Cumberland Twp.. York County. Pa. 



46 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Witnesses: Andrew Brandwood, James Gilkerson and James Spear. 

NOTE: The McCleans iiere closely allied iiith the Boyd Family throughout 
all the records and the Blacks lived adjacent to the Boyds. The old Marsh 
Creek Cemetery is sometimes called Black's Cemetery. 

He left several children under age at his death. 

He was the eldest son and was co-executor with his mother of the estate of his 

father in 1767. 
MARRIED to Catharine Buchanan. 
Tax list. Pa. Arch. 3rd Ser. Vol. 21 : 
1780 Cumberland Twp., York County, Pa. Widow Boyd (Widow- of Moses Boyd), 

100 acres (1779-80-81). Her name appears as Catherine in 1781. 
1783 Cumberland Twp.. Catherine, widow of Moses Boyd. 100 acres. 5 inhabitants 

in her household. 
They resided in Cumberland Twp., York County I now Adams). Pa., where he 

came with his parents about 1740. 
He and his brother William- inherited the home place in Cumberland Twp., \ork 

County (now Adams), Pa., from their father. His heirs sold this property to 

Samuel Byers Mar. 23. 1786. (Ref. Book 2d. p. 62. Cumberland Twp.. York 

County, Pa. I 
She was taxed as a widow. 
HER PARENTS: Andrew Buchanan 

(Ref. Orphans Court. Book C. page 20-21, 1771) 
THREE CHILDREN of Moses^ and Catharine (Buchanan) Boyd: 

(1) Andrew^ Boyd 
Born after 1757. 

Living in 1783. 

(2) Margaret^ Boyd 
Born after 1757. 

(3) Jane^ Boyd 

(None of these children was of age in 1777.) 

3. WILLIAM^ BOYD (WiUiam') 

I See Second Generation, page 29-31) 

4. J.4MES- BOYD (William') 

Born in Ireland. 

MARRIED about 1759 (or 1760) to Margaret McDonough. widow of Henry Mc- 
Donough. 

They were living in Cumberland Twp.. ^ ork Countv (now .\dams). Pa.. Mar. 29. 
1772, and also in 1778. 

Margaret MARRIED first to Henry McDonough of Cumberland Twp.. York 

County, Pa. 

(The McDonoughs came over from Ireland with the Boyds.) 
He died in 1758. 
His will was dated May 10. 1758, and probated the same year. Leaving wife, 

Margaret and seven minor children: John. Elizabeth. Marv. Joseph. Henry, 

Ann and Jean McDonough. His wife, Margaret, executrix. 
In 1773 and 1778, James Boyd and his wife, Margaret, settled the McDonough 

Estate in Orphan's Court, and sold the McDonough lands. 

(Ref. Book A. page 138. Mar. 29, 1778. Orphan's Court.) 
The children were probably of age by this time. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 47 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Margaret and Henry McDonough. 

(1) John McDonough (5) Henry McDonoiifjIi 

(2) Elizabeth McDonough (6) Ann McDonough 

(3) Mary McDonough (7) Jean McDonough 

(4) Joseph McDonough 

5. JAMES CARLEY= BOYD (William) 

He is mentioned in the will of William' Bo)id as a son and ua< leil £10. It is 
possible he may have been a son-in-law. 

6. ISABELLA^ BOYD (William) 

7. MARGARET- BOYD (William) 

^ 8. SAMUEL^ BOYD (William') 

Born about 1746-50. 

(No record appears after 1767. ) 

, 9. ROBERT^ BOYD (William) 

Born after 1746. 

(No record appears after 1767.1 



NINE CHILDREN OF WILLIAM^ BOYD AND 
CATHERINE (McGREW) BOYD 

(See Second Generation, pa^e 29-31) 

1. WILLIAM^ BOYD (Willianr, William) 

(See Third Generation, pa^e 32-37) 

2. ROSANNA' BOYD (William-, William) 

Died before 1785. 

MARRIED to John Kennedy. 

Left children, but they have not been traced. 

3. MARY BOYD (William^, William') 

MARRIED to John Cavan. 

ONE CHILD of Mary'- (Boxdl and John Ca\an: 
William Cavan 

Born before 1785. 

4. JOHN^ BOYD (William% William) 

Born in 1761. Died Feb. 12. 1815. aged 51 \ears. in Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Buried in Old Sewickley I now Old' Dick) PrcshMcrian Church Yard, near West 
Newton, Pa. 

MARRIED before 1785 to Ruth^ McGrew. 

iSee McGren Family, page 281) 

Resided on lands his father gave him. or iielped him purchase in 1785. adjoining 
Means Survey, in North Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. He was 
the first of the four brothers to settle in Westmoreland County. Pa. He also 
invested in lands in Ohio which his heirs held after his death. 



48 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Revolutionary War Service: 

Pa. Arch. 2nd Series. Vol. 14, p. 668. 

Capt. John Paxton's Ranging Company. Bedford County. 

JOHN BOYD 

William Boyd 

Called undesignated Militia, 1782. 

NOTE: His grave has been marked iiith a Revolutionary War Veteran 

emblem, and the following is his War service, as shown in the records of 

the Old Dick Cluirch Cemetery: 

JOHN BOYD. 1761-1815: Capt. Co. of Bedford Co. Rangers, Feb. 1783. 

3-23-241 . 

This is believed to be in error, as it is not borne out by the War Service 

record which is here presented, and which has been prepared after 

exhaustive research. 

He was guardian to Alexander McGrew"s children in Westmoreland County. Pa., 

and resigned this position Mar. 10, 1800. 
Ruth'' McGrew was living in 1825. and in 1832 was of South Huntingdon Twp., 

Westmoreland County. Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Archibald^ and Martlia' (Bracken) McGrew. 
{See Bracken Family, page 240) 
{See McGrew Family, page 280-281) 
SIX CHILDREN of John' and Ruth^ (McGrew) Boyd: 

(1) Esther Hettie' Boyd 

MARRIED to Josiah Crawford. 
Removed to Jefferson County, O. 

(2) William M.* Boyd 

Born about 1794. 

He became of age about six months after his father died, or was of age. as 
he acted as executor of his father's estate in 1815. 

MARRIED about 1833-35 to Sarah and removed to Wayne Twp., 

Jefferson County. 0. 

(3) Catherine* Boyd 

MARRIED to Samuel Porter of Butler County. Pa., and they removed to 
Butler County, Pa. 

(4) John* Boyd 

He was not of age in 1815, but of age and married in 1819. 
MARRIED before 1819 to Anne 

Removed to Wavne Countv. 0., in 1817. and records give him living there 
in 1819 and in 1826. 

(5) Isabella* Boyd 

MARRIED to John Sample. 

(6) Margaret' Boyd 

Removed to Ohio. 

5. J.4NET' (JANNETT) BOYD (William , William) 
Not married in 1785. 

6. ELIZABETH^ BOYD (William% William) 

Not married in 1785. 



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THE BO^ D FAMILY 49 

7. ROBERT BOYD (William . William) 

Born 1762 in Ciimherland Tup.. ^ oik (;()iiiil\ limu Adams I. Pa., on tlic old home 
place ])atented h\ his niaiidfallicr. William' li(>\d. 

Died before Feb. 19. lol9. aped <!7 \eais. in Soiilli Hiintiiigdoii Tup.. Westmore- 
land County, Pa. 

Buried in Old Sewicklev I now Old Dick I I'ri'shv Icrlaii Church Yard, near West 
Newton, Pa. 

MARRIED 179U or 1792 to Eli/abelh Larimer ol Chester County, Pa. ^ 

(See page 269) / 

Remained in York County mow Adams I. Pa., until about 1796. when with hi'- 
wife's brothers and sisters and their families, he removed to Sewickley Twp.. 
Westmoreland County. Pa. In 1799. he was in North Huntingdon Twp., and 
in 1814 moved to South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa., where 
he bought 360 acres of land. ( Ref. Biog. Hislor), Westmoreland County of Pa.. 
p. 570 or p. 70). 

Member of the United Presbyterian Chunh. 

Revolutionary War Service: 

Pa. Arch. 5th Series, Vol. 14. p. 761 New Levies. 

ROBERT BOYD 
William Boyd 

NOTE: His grave has been niarhed with a Revolutionary War Veteran 
emblem, and the following is his War service, as shown in the records oj the 
Old Dick Church Cemetery: 

ROBERT BOYD. SR.. 1762-184'J: Private Capt. Andrew Hood's Co.. Wash- 
ington Co. Rangers. 1778-1783. 3-23-204. 

This is believed to be in error, as it is not borne out by the War service record 
which is here presented, and which has been prepared after exhaustive 
research. 

She was born 1769; died Mar. 22. liiSO. aged i51 >ears. 

HER PARENTS: Thomas Larimer Of Vlonnfjov Twj).. York County (now 

Adams) . Pa. 

(They were a very prominent family in Eastern Pennsylvania.) 

(His will is recorded in Adams County. Pa. I 
HER GRANDPARENTS: William Larimer of ^ ork County I now Adams I , Pa. 
NINE CHILDREN of Robert and Elizabeth (Larimer) Boyd: 

(1) Catherine' Boyd (6) Thomas' Boyd 

(2) Margaret' Boyd (7) James' Boyd 

(3) William' Boyd (8) Rohert Larimer' Boyd 

(4) Archibald' Boy<l (9) John' Boyd 

(5) Mary' Boyd 

I For their records, see jnige 80-82] 

, 8. BENJAMIN BOYD (William, William ) 

Born 1756 or 1757 in Cumberland Twp.. "^ ork Coimly (now Adams). Pa., on the 

old home place patented by his grandfather. William' Boyd in 1710. 
Died in lo2k aged 67 years, according lo record on tombstone. 
Buried in Old Sewirklcx I now 01. 1 Dl.k) I'resbx lerian Church Yard, near West 

Newton, Pa. 
His will was dated Feb. 25. 1821. piol.alc<l Jimc 2'). l;!2l. Westm..relaiKl Count). 

Pa., Court House. (Ref. Will Book 2. page 112.1 

Bequests: To wife. Annie, land where he now lives. 

To daughters. Catherine. Matilda. Jean. Ann. Elizabeth and Harriet. 
To sons, Benjamin, Alexander and Vi'illiam. 



50 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Executors: Wife, Annie and son. Benjamin. 
Witnesses: Robert Banter and William Boyd. 

NOTE: His will mentions land in Franklin Twp.. Adams County, Pa., to be 
sold if necessary. George Marsh lives on this land. 

MARRIED (May have been to a daughter of Alex McGrew, Sr.. who died before 
1813). 

He owned land in Franklin Twp.. Adams County, Pa., where he resided. Moved 
to Westmoreland County, Pa., after 1799. 

He remained at home with his brother Archibald, until he moved to North Hunt- 
ingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Revolutionary War Service : 

NOTE: His grave has been marked with a Revolutionary War Veteran emblem. 

The following is his War service, as shown in the records of the Old Dick 

Church Cemetery : 

BENJAMIN BOYD, Sr., 1756-1824; Ct. Mil. Man, Capt. Patrick Hay's Co., 

Lancaster Co. Militia, 5th Co.. 6th Batt. Col. John Rogers, 1777. 

This is believed to be in error, but the correct War Service of this Benjamin" 

Boyd has not been traced. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Benjamin^ Boyd and first wife: 

(1) Catherine^ Boyd (3) Alexander* Boyd 

(2) Benjamin' Boyd (4) William* Boyd 

(For their records, see page 83) 
Benjamin'' Boyd MARRIED second to Annie White of North Huntingdon Twp., 

Westmoreland County, Pa. 
She was born in 1778; died May 30, 1856. aged 78 years. 
Buried in Old Sewickley (now Old Dick) Presbyterian Church Yard, near West 

Newton. Pa., with her husband. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Benjamin" and Annie (White) Boyd: 

Matilda*, Jean*, Ann*, Elizabeth* and Harriet* Boyd. 

NOTE: They were all under age at their father's death in 1824. 

9. ARCHIBALD^ BOYD (William% William) 

Born about 1765. Died Apr. 21. 1825, aged 60 years. 

Buried in Lower Marsh Creek Cemetery, Cumberland Twp.. York County (now 
Adams County), Pa. 

NOTE: Records of this cemetery have been copied and placed on file in the York 
County Historical Society. 

His will was dated Mar. 15. 1825, probated Apr. 25, 1825. Cumberland Twp., 
Adams County, Pa. (Ref. Book C. p. 407, papers $1251.) 

Bequests: To wife, Isabella. 
To son, James. 

To my six daughters, land in Hamilton Ban Twp. 
To my two granddaughters. Sarah and Isabella Cross (their father, 
John Cross) . 

MARRIED before 1805 to Isabella Maxwell. 

They resided permanently in Franklin Twp., York County (now Adams County), 
Pa. 

He served in the Pennsylvania Militia through the troubles after the Revolutionary 
War, 1790-92. (Ref. Pa. Archives. 6th series. Vol. 5, p. 673.) 



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THE BOYD FAMILY 51 

She was born about 1771. She died July 11. 1837, aged 66 years. 

Buried in Lower Marsh Creek Cemetery. Cumberland Twp., York County, Pa.. 

with her husband. 
HER PARENTS: James Maxwell. (He resided in Tyrone Twp.. Adams County, 

Pa.) 
HER GREAT GRANDFATHER was Lord James Maxwell of Scotland. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

John Maxwell, wife, Ruth. 

Robert Maxwell, 

Margaret Maxwell, husband, Abner Hatton. 

Mary Maxwell, husband, John McNeel. 

Jane Maxwell, Unmarried. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Archibald^ and Isabella (Maxwell) Boyd: 

(1) James* Boyd 

(2) Daughter* (name unknown) 

MARRIED to John Cross. 
TWO CHILDREN: 

Sarah and Isabella Cross. 

NOTE: There ivere six other daughters, names unknown. They were all 
unmarried in 1825. and lived with their mother on the home place. 

SEVEN CHILDREN OF WILLIAM' BOYD AND MARGARET BOYD 

(See Third Generation, page 32-37) 

1. WILLIAM* BOYD (William, Willianr, William) 

(See Fourth Generation, page 37-38) 

2. JOHN* BOYD (William% Willianv, William') 

(Twin to Robert,) 

Born in 1784. Died about 1868. 

His will was dated Oct. 21, 1867. probated Jan., 1868. He asks to be buried in the 
United Presbyterian Church at West Newton, beside his first wife. In case his 
child (Margaret) dies before she becomes of age, or marries, he leaves his 
property to a list of nieces and nephews, whom he names. He estimates his 
estate at $30,000. ^ 

MARRIED before Apr. 18, 1818, to Elizabeth Jervis (Jarvis). ..^ (jy 



O ?^ 



They resided in West Newton, Pa.' ■ .,^ qC 

She died before Apr. 18, 1818. -j X 
HER PARENTS: Joseph and Margaret Jervis (Jarvis) of Fayette County, Pa. 

Land transfer: Margaret Jervis, widow and relict of Joseph Jervis, of Fayette CO ^ 

County, Pa., deceased; Joseph Jervis of Westmoreland County, one of the heirs 7-^ ^ 

of the said Joseph Jervis. deceased, and Mary his wife; Thomas Brookins of .jj ^ 

Fayette County, and Jane his wife; Samuel Lippincott of Westmoreland County ~~^ >T 

and Margaret his wife; John Boyd of Westmoreland County and Elizabeth his ^ ^ 

wife; . . . "the said Jane, Margaret and Elizabeth being daughters and heirs of 1 

the said Joseph Jervis, deceased, sell to Jacob Finkman .... land of the said . S Ul 

Joseph Jervis ..." (Ref. Fayette County Court House, Uniontown, Pa.. Book CC t 

N, page 203. Recorded Nov. 26, 1823. sale of lands of Joseph Jervis to Jacob . 3 ^ 

Finkman, Apr. 18. 1818.) - S "^ 

NOTE: The above corroborates statements contained in a family record book -' yj q 

dated 1879, compiled by Mary Jane Warfel of Cadiz, 0. — 31 

•J ^ 

(See page 93) 13 l-»- 

0001403 " O 



52 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Joseph Jeivis. wife. Mary, 

jane Jeivis, hushancl. Tlioinas Blockings, 

Margaret Jervis. husband. Sanuiel Lippincntt. 

CHn.DRF.\: -\one. 

John^ Bovd MARRIED second to Jane lor Jennie I. 
(She married second to Mr. Fowler. I 

ONE CHILD of John^ and Jane lor Jennie I Boyd: 

Margaret Boyd 

She was three \ears old in loO'J. 
Mentioned in her father's will. 

3. ROBERT^ BOYD (Willianv, William-, William^ 

(Twin to John. I 
Born in 1784. 

MARRIED to Elizabeth Ro.-^s in Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Moved to Wayne County. 0. 

He was niuidered and robbed on a trip tn the West. 

TWO CHILDREN of Koberl' and Kli/abclh I Ross I Bovd: 

(1) William Boyd 

I Twin to Patty ( Martha 1 . 1 

(2) Patty (Martha) Boyd 

I Twin to William. I 

4. CATHERINE^ BOYD (William , William-. William') 

Born 1786. 

MARRIED to Jacob Milb-i ,,l l'cnns>hania. 

5. ARCHIBALD' BOYD (William . William \ William) 

Born 1789 in Ireland. 

Died SejH. 23. 1809. aged 80 years. 6 nio.. 27 da\s. on his farm near Mendon, Pa. 

Buried in HofTman Cemeter) . near Smithton. Pa. 

Moved West with ])ack horses, settling in South Huntingdon Tw p.. \^'estTnoreland 

County, Pa. 
His will was dated 2 July. 1860. probated \o\. 9. 1869. 

(Ref. Will Book .S. page 284. Westmoreland Count\ Court House. I 
Bequests: To sons. William. John and Archibald. 

To daughters. Elizabeth, wife of William Nicolas. Margaret, wife of 
David Hunter. Mar\ I unmarried I . The house and lot then occu- 
pied by her father. 
To daughter, Susanna, wife of Samuel Bell. 
To granddaughter. Maggie Hunter. 
Sole Executor: O. P. Fulton, neighbor. 
MARRIED to Mary Waltz. 
She was born Jan. 20, 1789. 

She died Feb. 23. 1866, aged 77 years. 1 mo.. 3 days. Buried in Hoffman Cem- 
etery, near Smithton. Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Daniel and Elizabeth Waltz of South Huntingdon Township, 
Westmoreland County, Pa. 

(He was born about 1741: died Jan. 29. 1822. aged 81 years. 
She was born about 1750; died Sept. 28, 1832. aged 82 years. 
They were buried in Hoffman Cemetery, near Smithton. Pa. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 53 

Will of Daniel Waltz was dated Jan. 1, 1817, probated Feb. 22. 1822 (codicil 
1822). (Ref. Book 2. p. 57, Westmoreland County. Pa.) 
Bequests: To wife. Elizabetii Waltz. 

To daughter. Mary, wife of Artiiibald Boyd. 200 acres home 
plantation, and to pay the heirs for it, and to take care of my 
wife. Elizabeth Waltz. 
To children of said Marv Boyd. 1 7th of my real and personal 

estate. 
To son, Jacob, l/7th of estate. 
To daughter, Rebecca, wife of Christ'r Hysler and her children 

l/7th. 
To daughter. Betsy, wife of John Hill and her children l/7th. 
To daughter. Polly, wife of Joseph Hough and her children, 

l/7th. 
To daughter. Esther, wife of Michael Moyers and her children 

l/7th. 
To daughter, Susannah, wife of Henry Suter and her children 
l/7th. 
Executors: Son. Jacob, and son-in-law. Archibald Boyd. 
Witnesses: Andrew Finley and Randall Ross. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Jacob Waltz, 

(Daughter Catherine married Abraham" Hough.) 
(See Hough Family, page 258) 
Rebecca Waltz, husband, Christopher Hysler. 

Betsy Waltz, husband, John Hill. 

Magdalena (Polly) Waltz, husband, Joseph'' Hough. 

(See Hough Family, page 256) 
Esther Waltz, husband, Michael Moyers. 

Susannah Waltz, husband, Henry Suter. 

(Ref. Will of Daniel Waltz, dated Jan. 1. 1817, probated Feb.' 22, 1822, Will 
Book 2, page 57. Westmoreland County. Pa. I 

EIGHT CHILDREN of ArchibakP and Mary (Waltz) Boyd: 

(1) William' Boyd (5) Archibald Waltz Boyd 

(2) Elizabeth Mary^^ Boyd (6) Josiah' Boyd 

(3) Margaret Ann' Boyd (7) Susannah' Boyd 

(4) Mary Polly" Boyd (8) John Boyd 

(For their records, see page 84-86) 

6. MARY* BOYD (William , William, William) 

MARRIED to Joseph Sloan of Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Moved to Cincinnati, 0. 

7. JANE* BOYD (William% William', William') 

MARRIED to Samuel Rogers. 
Resided in Wayne County, 0. 
He was a witness in 1834 to will of Joseph Bentley. a relative. 

THREE CHILDREN of Jane* (Boyd) and Samuel Rogers: 

(1) William-' Rogers 

MARRIED to Miss Volney of Wayne County. 0. 

(2) Lloyd^ Rogers 

(3) Anne Jane'' Rogers 



54 THE BOYD FAMILY 

NINE CHILDREN OF WILLIAM' BOYD AND 
ELIZABETH (KELLY) BOYD 

(His first marriage) 

iSee Fourth Generation, page 37-38) 

1/ MARGARET BOYD (WiUiaiii% William, William% William) 

Born May 27, 1804, in Westmoreland County. Pa. 

MARRIED Mar. 13. 1822. to George S. Fisher of Wayne County. 0.. in Washing- 
ton County. Pa. 
He was the first teacher in Paint Township. \\ ayne County, 0. 
HIS PARENTS: Solomon Fisher 
(He was born 1765 in Virginia. 

He died May 2.5. 1849. in Paint Township. Wayne County. 0. 
Married twice. 

Lived in Westmoreland County. Pa., in 1771. Removed to Jefferson County, 
0.. where he lived for ten years. Moved to Wayne County in 1814.) 
(Ref. Wavne Countv. Ohio. Historv. Paint Twp.. page 581.) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Hiram Fisher, wife. Mary E. Fleming. 

(He was born Sept. 12. 1829. They had ten children.) 
(Twelve brothers and sisters, names unknown.) 
THREE CHILDREN of Margaret"' (Boydi and George S. Fisher: 

(1) Betsy Ann Fisher 

MARRIED to Mr. Bidler. 

(2) Solomon Fisher 

MARRIED. 

Resided in Wayne County, 0. 

(3) Sarah Elizabeth Fisher 

Born 1852 in Bloomfield, Jefferson Countv, 0. 

2. JOHN D. BOYD (William% William , William-, William^) 

{See Fifth Generation, page 38-39) 

3. NANCY AGNES^ BOYD (William', William, William% William^ 

Born Oct. 3. 1808, in Westmoreland County. Pa. Died Sept. 9. 1896, in Dayton. 0. 
MARRIED Nov. 6. 1828. to Andrew W. Johnston of Stark County. 0.. in Harrison 

County. 0. 
Lived in Wayne County, 0. 

He was born Dec. 5, 1804. He died Oct. 25, 1846. 
NINE CHILDREN of Nancy Agnes' (Boyd I and Andrew W. Johnston: 

(1) Elizabeth Jane Johnston 

(2) Margaret Lavina Johnston 

(3) William M. Johnston 

(4) Josiah Work Johnston , 

(5) Silas Boyd Johnston 

(6) Mariab Johnston 

(7) Andrew Wandless Johnston 

(8) Nancy Jalina Johnston 

(9) Arminda (Minnie) Emmeline Johnston 

(For their records, see page 86-92) 

4. MARY MARIA BOYD (William, William, Willianr, William') 

Born June 28, 1811. in Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Apr. 6. 1879. in Cadiz, 0. Buried there. 



THE BOYD FAMILY . 55 

MARRIED May 7. 1833. lo Charles' Warfel in Harrison County. 0.. I)V Rev. 
Thomas Hanna. 

(5ee W'arjel Family, page 301-302) 

His occupation: Owned flour mills and furniture store and took contracts for 

building flour mills, which were run by water power. 
Other activities of Charles'^ Warfel were as follows: 

He was elected Lieutenant of 1st Rifle Co.. Second Brigade, 11th Division in 

State Militia, Nov. 29, 1828. 
He was elected Captain of 1st Rifle Co.. 2n(l Brigade, 14th Division, State 

Militia. Nov. 3. 1836. 
He was elected Brigadier General of 2nd Brigade, 1 1th Division. July 26. 1839. 
He was elected Justice of the Peace of Shortcreek Township. Harrison County. 

0..-Apr. 10, 1854. 
He was elected to the State Senate for two terms from Harrison County, 0.. 

1856-57. 
He was Elder and Choir Director of United Presbyterian Church for years in 

Cadiz, 0. 
They resided in Cadiz, Harrison County, 0. 

He was born Oct. 18. 1807. in Harrison County. 0. 
He died Feb. 3. 1871. in Cadiz, 0. Buried there. 
HIS PARENTS: George^ and Mary (Rowe) Warfel. 

(5ee Warfel Family, pai^e 301) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(5ee Warjel Family, page 301} 
SEVEN CHILDREN of Mary Maria' (Boyd) and Charles-^ Warfel: 

(1) Amanda Elizabeth' Warfel (5) Malinda (Linda) Louise^ Warfel 

(2) Mary Jane^ Warfel (6) Maria Adaline^ Warfel 

(3) Martha Ellen' Warfel (7) Alvin Boyd* Warfel 

(4) Harriet Lavina* Warfel 

(For their records, see page 92-94) 

(Ref. Census Records Harrison County. 0.. 1850, (page 889) or 245 old marking. 
1658-1688, Dist. 71, Shortcreek Twp.. Oct. 5. 1850. Shows Charles Warfel 
and wife, Maria, and their seven children living next place beyond Thomas 
Maxwell, with William Boyd and his second wife, Mrs. Rebecca Reynolds, and 
her two children by former marriage, living between Thomas and Robert 
Maxwell.) 

5. WILLIAM BOYD (William', William, William, William') 

Born Feb. 3, 1814. 

Died in Mclntyre. O. Buried in Piney Fork, 0.. where his tombstone was found 

in 1933. with all dates obliterated. 
UNMARRIED. 

6. ELIZABETH BOYD (William% William, WiUianv, William') 

Born Mar. 15, 1817, near Cadiz, 0. 
Died Jan. 27, 1901. in Unionport, 0. Buried there. 
MARRIED in 1842 to John Smith' Welday in Jefferson County, 0. 
[See Welday Family, page 304) 
(See page 98) 

His occupation: Carpenter and farmer. 
They resided in Unionport. 0. 

He was born Apr. 15. 1821. in Jefferson County. 0. 

He died Jan. 27, 1901, in Unionport. 0. Buried there. (He and his wife both 
died on the same day, of pneumonia.) 



56 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HIS PARENTS: David Howard- and Hannah (Smith) Welday. 
(5ee Welday Familr. page 303-304) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Jacob Snlith^ Henry Smith% Samuel Smith'. Elizabeth Smith^ David Smith^ 
Samuel Smith\ Alexander Smith' Mary Smith', Nancy Smith^ Oliver Smith^ 
Hannah Smith', William Smith'' and Joseph Smith' Welday. 

(See page 98-99) 
[See Welday Family, page 303-304) 
EIGHT CHILDREN of Elizabeth' (Boydl and John Smith' Welday: 

(1) Baxter* Welday (5) David* Welday 

(2) Martha Ann* Welday (6) Hannah Mary* Welday 

(3) Madison* Welday (7) Nancy Elizabeth* Welday 

(4) William Boyd* Welday (8) Laura Malinda* Welday 

(For their records, see page 94-98) 

7. MARTHA BOYD (William*, Willianr , William% William ) 

Born Mar. 15. 1820. in Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died May 5, 1892, near Reeds Mill, Jefferson County, 0. Buried in Bloomfield, 0. 

MARRIED Dec. 17, 1840, to Samuel Ferguson of Wayne County, 0., in Piney 

Fork. Jefferson County. 0.. by Rev. Buchanan. 
His occupation: Farmer. 

Resided on Ferguson farm in Jefferson County, 0. 

He was born Aug. 6. 1815. on farm near Bloomfield. Jefferson County, 0. 
He died Feb. 19, 1905, on farm near Bloomfield, O. Buried there. 
HIS PARENTS: William and Margaret (Carrell) Ferguson. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

James Ferguson, wife, Sarah Woods. 

Robert Ferguson, 

Rachel Ferguson, husband. Da\ id Dunlevy. 

Elizabetli Ferguson, husband, William Moorehead. 

Mary Ferguson, husband, Archibald Simeral. 

Margaret Ferguson, husband, William Miller. 

NINE CHILDREN of Martha' (Boyd) and Samuel Ferguson: 
(All born on Ferguson farm. Jefferson County. 0.1 

(1) Margaret Bethia Ferguson (6) Samuel Thomas Ferguson 

(2) Robert John Ferguson (7) George Hercules Ferguson 

(3) William Boyd Ferguson (8) Albert Ambrose Ferguson 

(4) James Madison Ferguson (9) Elmer Ellsworth Ferguson 

(5) Sarah Elizabeth Ferguson 

(For their records, see page 98-101) 

8. MALINDA KELLY BOYD (William*, W iUianv. William:, William^ 

Born Jan. 9. 1823, in Cadiz, 0. 

Died Feb. 13. 1911, in Seymour, la., at the home of Albert Ambrose Ferguson. 

She cared for her father until he remarried late in life. 

MARRIED Oct. 10 (or 11 ), 1850. to Robert Braden of Shortcreek Twp., Harrison 

County, 0., by Samuel McArthur. in Washington County, la. 
His occupation: Farmer. 

In 1855 they moved to their farm near Crawfordsville. la. Later removed to 

Washington County, la. Resided there. 
He was born Apr. 12. 1822. in Cadiz. 0. 
He died Aug. 15, 1904. in Washington. la. 
He was an Elder in United Presbyterian Church at Crawfordsville, la. 



THE B0\1J FAMILY 57 

HIS PARENTS: Robert and Catlieii.ie I Hay I Braden. 

Hp was born 177'^ in Pennsylvania: died li"..17 in Shnilcreek 1 u p., Harrison 

County, 0. 
She was born abont 1773; died in ifJ^.S. 
He married first to Miss Finney in Pennsylvania. She was a daugblei of James 

Finney wiio settled in Shortcreek T«]).. in IlifKI. 'l'li.>\ bad Iwo cliildreii. 

names unknown. 
He was of Irish deseenl. 

His paternal firandfather was a native of PtMinsylvania. 
Removed in loOO lo Shortcreek Tvvp.. Harrison C.ounlv, (). 
He married second in 1315. 

(Ref. Historical Collections of Harrison Connlv. In flajnia. 1000.1 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

.John. David. Anna. William, Elizabelh and Marv Jane Braden. 

ONE CHILD of Malinda Kelly ■ I Bovd ) an<l Robert Braden: 
Williain Bra<len 

Born 1856 in Crawfordsv ille. la. 

Died Dec. 15 (or 25). 1864. in Crav\ fordsv ille. la. 

Buried with his parents. 

9. HIRAM BAILS BOYD (William. William , William% William) 

Died at the aae of six months. 



TEN CHILDREN OF JOHN D. BOYD AND 
KERENHAPPUCH (PARRISH) BOYD 

iSee Fifth Generntion. page 38-39) 

1. ALBERT CANADY BOYD (John D. , William', William , Wi!liam% 

William' ) 

Born Apr. 16, 1836. in LJhriclreville, Tuscarawas County, O. 
Died Oct. 10. 1869, in Prescott. Ariz., in army service. 

His occupation: Farmer, and later he served for three years in the Quartermas- 
ter's Department of U. S. Army at Fort \S hippie. Ariz., where he died. 
UNMARRIED. 

2. HANNAH JANE BOYD (John D. , William', William , William, Wil- 

liam') 

Born July 22. 1837, in Lluichsville. Tuscarawas County, 0. 

Died Sept. 29. 1901, in Butler, Bates Countv, Mo. 

Buried there in Boyd Cemetery Lot. 

MARRIED Dec. 9, 1861, to Lieut. A. Jack Taylor in McLean County. 111. 

His occupation: Farmer and painter. 

They resided in Bloomington. 111., before removing to Butler, Mo. 

HIS PARENTS: Unknown. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: Unknown. 

CHILDREN: None. 

3. BENJAMIN PARRISH BOYD (John D.\ William'. William', Willianv, 

William') 

Born Aug. 25. 1838, in Uhrichsville. Tuscarawas County, 0. 

Died Oct. 7. 1920, in Butler, Bates County. Mo. 

Buried there in the Boyd Cemetery Lot. 

MARRIED about 1870-1871 to Nannie Betty Wayland in Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

His occupation : Farmer. 



58 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Removed to McLean County, 111., on farm, in 1856; to Bates County, Mo., in 

1866, on Boyd farm: to Granada, Colo., after the death of his wife, and then 

back to Butler. Mo. 
She was born Feb. 16, 1849, in Albemarle County, Va. 
She died July 30, 1878, near Pleasant Gap, Mo., in country home. 
Buried in Rogers Cemetery. Pleasant Gap. Mo. 
HER PARENTS: William Henry and Mary Catherine (Crank) Wayland. 

(He was born Dec. 25, 1820, in Albemarle County, Va. 

He died Oct. 3, 1892. in Pleasant Gap, Mo. 

Buried in Rogers Cemetery, Pleasant Gap, Mo. 

She was born May 22, 1821, in Albemarle County, Va. 

She died Apr. 26. 1901. in Pleasant Gap, Mo. 

Buried in Rogers Cemetery, Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

They both came from Virginia.) 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Wayland, wife, Nora Nelson. 

Herbert A. Wayland, 1st wife, Nettie Henry. 

2nd wife, Lorraine Newlon. 
Nora Gaines Wayland, husband, John F. Howard. 

Amanda Malvina Wayland, husband, Dr. N. L. Whipple. 
Texanna 0. Wayland, husband, William Mayes. 

Mary Polk Wayland, husband, Lawson Turner. 

TWO CHILDREN of Benjamin Parrish" and Nannie Betty (Wayland) Boyd: 
(1) Derwood' Boyd (2) Karen" Boyd 

(For their records, see page 101-102) 

4. WILLIAM MARTIN'^ BOYD (John D. , William*, William, William% 

William') 

Born Nov. 13, 1840, in Uhrichsville, 0. Died Dee. 1, 1841. in Uhrichsville, 0. 

5. JOHN FINLEY" BOYD (John D.\ William, William% William% Wil- 

Ham') 

{See Sixth Generation, page 39-41 ) 

6. HIRAM CLYDE BOYD (John D.\ William, William, WiUiam% WU- 

Ham') 

Born Jan. 31, 1844, in Uhrichsville, 0. 

Died Nov. 22, 1915. in Corona, Calif. Buried there. 

MARRIED to Evaline" Parrish. (She was his cousin.) 

{See Parrish Family, published by Scott Lee Boyd, 1935.) 

His occupation: Lumberman and nurseryman. 

He lived in Butler, Mo., and Appleton City, Mo. In 1893 he moved to Hemet, 

Calif., where he established a fruit ranch and nursery. In 1905 he moved to 

Corona, Calif., where also he established a nursery. 
He enlisted in the Civil War in the 39th Illinois Volunteers, and was wounded in 

the hip, which left him a cripple for life. 
She was born May 20, 1850 (or 1852). in Cadiz, O. 
She died Jan. 26, 1922, in Corona, Calif. Buried there. 
HER PARENTS: John" and Sarah (Anderson) Parrish. 

{See Parrish Family, published by Scott Lee Boyd, 1935.) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 59 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Teletha' Parrish, 

Eliza Jane' Parrish, 

Bazel Josephus' Parrish, wife, Julia Amelia Shurtleff. 

Thomas Benjamin" Parrish, 

Mary Emma' Parrish, husband, George Washington Wirt. 

Susanna' Parrish, 

William Anderson' Parrish, wife, Sarah Ellen Kelly. 

Walter Craig' Parrish. wife. Phoebe Ann McLaughlin. 

(5ee Parrish Family, published by ScoU Lee Boyd, 1935.) 
CHILDREN: None. 

CATHERINE MARY" BOYD (John D.\ Williani% William , Wiiliam% 

WiUiamO 

Born Apr. 24, 1846. in Uhrichsville, 0. 

Died Sept. 17, 1921. in Butler. Mo. Buried there in the Boyd Cemetery Lot. 

MARRIED May 18. 1882. to Ira Wilson Brooks in Pleasant Gap, Mo. 

She moved to McLean County. 111., in 1856. to Bates County. Mo., in 1866. and 

to Butler, Mo., in 1895. 
His occupation: Farmer and general merchandise store. Pleasant Gap, Mo. 
He was born July 3. 1840, in Coldwater, Mich. 

He died Apr. 8. 1894. in Pleasant Gap. Mo. Buried in Coldwater. Mich. 
He enlisted in the Civil War Aug.. 1861. Company B. 44th Illinois Volunteer 

Infantry. 
He moved to Nashville. Tenn.. about 1865, to Coldwater, Mich., in 1866, and to 

Pleasant Gap, Bates County. Mo., in 1869. 
HIS PARENTS: Samuel and Effie (or Effa) (Cooley) Brooks. 

(They were married May 9. 1837.) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Sally Adaline Brooks, husband. John Roberts. 

Samuel Jay Brooks, wife. Evalyn Amanda Sweezy. 

Harriette Ellen Brooks. 

TWO CHILDREN of Catherine Mary" (Boyd) and Ira Wilson Brooks: 

(1) Rolland Boyd Brooks 

Born Dec. 15, 1885, in Pleasant Gap, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Butler, Mo. 

MARRIED Feb. 22. 1911, to Adelia Hall in Butler, Mo. 

His occupation: Traveling salesman. 

She was born Sept. 17, 1879, in Minnaville. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Butler, Mo. 

HER PARENTS: James Harvev and Sarah Anna (McMahan) Hall. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Flora Hall, husband. Alva John Deerwester. 

Anna Hall, husband, Omer Elliott. 

Virginia Belle Hall, husband. Lemuel Luther Burnhart. 

Telia Hall, husband. Claud E. Parker. 

CHILDREN: None. 

(2) Lloyd Wilson Brooks 

Born Sept. 22, 1888, in Pleasant Gap, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Butler, Mo. 

MARRIED Sept. 11. 1923, to Fanye Luella Garrett in Butler, Mo. 

His occupation: Postal clerk. Butler, Mo. 

She was born Dec. 23, 1887. in Urbana. 111. 

Living 1935 in Butler, Mo. 



60 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HER PARENTS: George McMulliii and Frances Ellen (Cover) Garrett. 

(They are living 1935 in Butler. Mo.) 
HER BROTHERS A.\D SISTERS: 

James Franklin Garrett, wife. Julia Cliloe Harmon. 

Harvey Clay Garrett. L nmarried. 

Harry Olin Garrett, wife. Amy Jane Herrell. 

John Cover Garrett, wife. Helen Burgle Hurt. 

CHILDREN: None. 
Ira Wilson Brooks MARRIED first Apr. 10. 1867. to Minerva A. Talmadge. 
She was born in 1842 in Saratoga, N. Y. 
She died Aug. 28. 1877. in Pleasant Gap, Mo. 
HER PARENTS: Lewis and Elizabeth Talmadge. 
FOUR CHILDREN of Ira Wilson and Miner\a A. I Talmadge I Brooks: 

(1) Willie Brooks 

Born Nov. 23. 1868. Died Nov. 21. 1868. 

(2) Lizzie Brooks 

Born May 2. 1871. 

Living 193.5 in Roselle Park. N. J. 
MARRIED to John Deyo. 

(3) Jay N. Brooks 

Born July 27. 1873. in Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Jackson. Mich. 

MARRIED Julv 4. 1897. to Miss Russell in Nevada. Mo. 
HER PARENTS: William Russell of Papinsville, Mo. 
TWO CHILDREN of Jay N. and Miss (Russell) Brooks: 

Ira (born Julv .3. 1898) and loTa Brooks (born Nov. 28, 
1900) 

(4) Minnie Brooks 

Born Oct. 14 (or Jth). 1875. 

Living 1935 in Jackson. Mich. 
MARRIED to Thomas Haughton. 

8. CHARLES WILSON BOYD (John D.\ W illiani\ William, William% 

William') 

Born Nov. 23. 1848. in L hrichsville. 0. Died Nov. 22. 1873. in Colorado. 

9. MARIAH EMMA' BOYD (John D.\ William. W illiam', WilHam% Wil- 

liam') 

Born July 20. 1850. in I hrichsville. 0. 

Died .Apr. 19. 1925. in Butler. Mo. Buried there in Speer Cemetery Lot. 

She moved to McLean Connt\. Hi., in 1856: to Bates County in 1866, and to 

Butler. Mo., in 1891. 
MARRIED Jul) 1. 1869. to Henry Pearson= Speer in Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

(See Speer Family, page 299) 
His occupation: Farmer and nurser\man. 
He was born Sept. 5. 1841. in Shelby County. 0. 

He died Jan. 28. 1899. in Butler. Mo. Buried there in Speer Cemetery Lot. 
He enlisted in the Civil War in 1861 in Company F. Benton Cadets. Volunteer 

Infantry. Also served in Company B, Fiftieth Ohio Volunteer Infantry. 
He moved from Shelby County. 0.. to Pleasant Gap. Bates County. Mo., in 1866. 

where he established the Speer Farm, east of Butler. Mo. Later he moved into 

Butler, where he established a nursery business. 
HIS PARENTS: John' and Nancy' (Richardson) Speer. 
(See Speer Family, page 298) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 61 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See Speer Family, page 298) 
THREE CHILDREN of Maiiah Emma'' (Boyd) and Henry Pearson^ Speer: 

(1) John Boyd' Speer 

(2) Minnie Maude' Speer 

(3) William Percy' Speer 

{For their records, sre pa^e 102-104) 

lO.IDA MAY' BOYD (John D.% William', William% William% William) 

Born Sept. 11. 1853. in Uhrichsville, O. Died Dec. 12. 1876, in Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

MARRIED Apr. 19, 1876. to Isaac Newton Mains in Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

His occupation: Farmer and nierrliaiit. Partnr'r in Deacon Brothers Implement 

Store in Butler, Mo. 
He was born June 15. 1848. in Utica. N. ">". 
He died 1901 in Butler. Mo. Buried in Coldwater, Mich. 
Moved in 1854 with the family to Coldwater. Mich., where he engaged in the 

drug business for two years. 
HIS PARENTS: Isaac and Catherine (Wellman) Mains. 

(He was born in Ireland. Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, Mich. 

She was born in Connecticut. I 
CHILDREN: None. 
Isaac Newton Mains MARRIED second Oil. 7. 1879, to Alice Lillias Rose in 

Coldwater. Mich. 
She was born in New York. 

Living 1935 in Butler, Mo. 
HER PARENTS: A. G. Rose. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Isaac Newton and Alice Lillias (Rose) Mains: 

(1) Katherine Verna Mains 

Born May 4, 1881, in Pleasant Gap, Mo. 

Died 1895 in Coldwater. Mich. Buried there in Oak Grove Cemetery. 

(2) Irene Augusta Mains 

Living 1935 in San Leandro. Calif. 

(3) Benjamin Gardner Mains 

Born 1883 in Coldwater, Midi. 

Living 1935 in Wichita. Kan. 

MARRIED to Fay 

CHILDREN of Benjamin Gardner and Fay Mains: 

Benjamin Gardner, Wealth Rose and Margie Mains. 

(4) Charley Mains 

Living 1935 in Berkelex. Calif. 
MARRIED to Eula 



62 THE BOYD FAMILY 

SIX CHILDREN OF JOHN FINLEY' BOYD AND 
MARY (MOLLIE) JANE' (CULLAR) BOYD 

(See Sixth Generation, page 39-41) 

1. CORA CULLAR" BOYD (John Finley . John D.% William*, William% 

William-, William) 

Born Oct. 3, 1873, in Butler, Bates County, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara. Calif. (2731 Puesta Del Sol. Mission Canyon). 

She was educated in the schools of Butler. Mo., and the Butler Academy. 

The mother of this family died when the youngest child, Francis Eugene' Boyd, 
was but six months of age. Cora, being the only daughter and the oldest child, 
became the "active niothei" in assisting the father in bringing up this large 
household of boys, whose appreciation knows no bounds for her devotion and 
unselfish efforts in this task. 

She moved with the family in 1899 to Hemel. Calif.: in 1904 to the City of Red- 
lands; in 1907 to Monrovia, Calif., where she made her home for a number 
of years. In 1921 she moved to Empire. Calif., and later in the same year to 
Modesto. Calif. In August, 1921, she moved to Ivanhoe. Calif., and in 1923 to 
Santa Barbara, Calif. In January, 1929. she moved into her own home in 
Mission Canvon. Santa Barbara. Calif., where she continues to reside. 

UNMARRIED.' 

2. EDWIN (ED) EVERETT^ BOYD (John Finlev', John D.% William% 

William% William% William^ 

Born Apr. 23, 1875. in Butler. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Jacumba, Calif. 

MARRIED Dec. 19. 1911. to Grace Jones in El Centro. Calif. 

He was educated in the schools of Butler. Mo., and in the Butler Academy. 

His occupation : Operator in real estate and ranch lands. 

In 1895 he moved from his home in Butler. Mo., to Hemet. Calif., where he pur- 
chased and set out a five-acre fruit ranch, adjoining his uncle. Hiram Clyde 
Boyd's, ranch and nursery. 

In 1899 he sold the Hemet ranch and went to Roswell, N. M., to purchase a cattle 
ranch for J. P. Edwards of Butler, Mo. 

In 1900 he moved to Redlands. Calif., to assist his father on his orange ranch. 

In 1901 he was in Imperial Valley. Calif. 

In 1902 he was in Oregon and Washington. 

In 1903 he moved to Holtville. Calif., and assisted his father in establishing tsvo 
lumber yards in the Imperial Valley of California. 

In 1905 he established a real estate business in Imperial Valley, in its boom 
days, specializing in large tracts of lands and ranches. He did a thriving busi- 
ness while it lasted. Some of these transactions left him with several pieces 
of business property in Los Angeles, where he spent some time operating them. 

In 1910 he was elected County Supervisor of Imperial County for four years, 
during which time he originated the plan and completed the job of building a 
"plank highway" over the sands of the desert from Imperial Valley to Yuma. 
Calif. About this time 1 1911 I he married Grace Jones at El Centro, Calif. 

In 1915 he moved his family to Los Angeles and later to San Diego, Calif., where 
they resided for several years, and from there he continued to operate his ranch 
land business, mostly in Imperial \alley and Arizona. 

In 1922 (Dec.) he moved his family to a fruit ranch near Yuma. Ariz. 

In 1925 (May 28 J he moved his family to Jacumba, San Diego County. CaliL 

In 1927 (Oct. 14), while Ed was still operating his real estate business, his wife. 
Grace, purchased the Red Cross Pharmacy in Jacumba. which she continues to 
operate, and where they have made their home for the past ten years. 




jaiif. .Iiiliii Hiiley, Grace Helen: Lower: Grace (Jones), Betty and Edwin Everett Boyd. (Taken 1935.) 

(See pages 62-63) 





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Mrs. Louise Massa (Tracy) Winslow. maternal grandmother of 
Mercelia Louise Boyd. (Taken 1935.) (See page 43) 




Clyde Hiram and wife, Martha Frances (Savape) Boyd. 
(Taken 1935) (See pages 63-64) 




Wallace Warfel and wife, Elzora Mae (Julius) 
Boyd. (Taken 1935) (See pages 64-67) 




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THE BOYD FAMILY 63 

Grace Jones was born Mar. 22, lOTl. in Tienlon. .\ebr. 

Living 1935 in Jacumba. Calif. 

Her occupation: Proprietor. Red Cross; PliarniacN. Jacumba. Calif. 

HER PARENTS: William S. and Enuna Jane (Cochran) Jones. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Sarah Nelle Jones, L nniarried. 

Elsie Florence Jones, husband. Leslie Robert Saunders. 

George Sidney Theopholes Jones, wife. Marie Chamberlain. 

Will David Jones, wife, Albina Georgia Bejar. 

Clarence Mark Jones, wife, Gladyce Welterlen. 

HER HALF-BROTHER: 

Lee E. Webb. wife. Olga Brickmaini. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Edwin Everett' and Grace (Jones I Boyd: 

(1) John Finley" Boy«l 

Born May 17. 191.'!. in San Diego, Calif. 

Living 1935 in Jacumba, Calif. 

Graduated from Pine Valley High School. June. 1932. 

His occupation: Student. Radio School. ^ .M.C.A.. Los Angeles. Calif. 

UNMARRIED. 

(2) Grace Helen*" Boyd 

Born Mar. H. 1916. in San Diego. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Jacumba, Calif. 

Graduated from Mountain Empire High School. San Diego County, 1933. 

(3) Jane' Boyd 

Born Dec. 19. 1919. in Los Angeles. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Jacumba. Calif. 

(4) Betty' Boyd 

Born Oct. 28. 1921. in Los Angeles. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Jacumba. ("alif. 

3. SCOTT LEE' BOYD (John Finley , John D.\ William', William, Wil- 

liam", William') 

(See Seventh Ceneratinn. page 41-43) 

4. CLYDE HIRAM' BOYD (John Finl.y . John D. . William\ William". 

Willianr, William) 

(He was named after his uncle. Hiram Clyde Boyd.) 
Born June 23, 1884, in Butler, Bates County, Mo, 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara, Calif. (251 I Hollister Avenue I. 

MARRIED June 19, 1907. to Martha Frances Savage in San Pedro. Calif. 

He was educated in the schools of Butler, Mo., and graduated from Redlands. 

Calif.. High School. 
His occupation : Lumberman. 
In 1899 he moved with his father's famiK to Redlands. Calif., where he assisted 

on the 80-acre orange ranch of his father, and attended school. 
In 1903, after graduating from Redlands High School, he took a position in the 

wholesale lumber office of the San Pedro Lumber Co., at San Pedro, Calif. 
In 1906 he was the Founder and President of the ''Valley Lumber Co.. Glendale. 

Calif., his associate being Frank L. Bortells. 



64 THE BOYD FAMILY 

In 1914 he was associated with his brother, Scott Lee Boyd, in establishing a new 
corporation, the Boyd Lumber & Mill Co.. Santa Barbara. Calif., of which he 
was Vice-President and Manager until Dec. 1921. when he sold his interests 
to his brothers, Scott Lee and Francis Eugene Boyd. 

In 1921 he. with a number of associates, purchased the Santa Barbara Lumber 
Co., an old-established lumber concern in Santa Barbara. He was President 
and Manager of this business until it was sold in June. 1933. Since then he 
has not engaged in active business. 

Martha Frances Savage was born June 12, 1879. in Wilmington. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara, Calif. (2514 Hollister Avenue I . 
HER PARENTS : William Henry and Mary Agnes (Wliite) Savage. 
(He came from Limerick. Ireland, and she from London. England.) 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ellen Gertrude Savage, husband. Alfred William Martin. 

Katherine Agnes Savage, husband. John Fletcher Dodson. 

Mary Josephine Savage. Unmarried. 

Margaret Cecelia Savage, husband. John Francis Dever. 

Clara Genevieve Savage, husband, George Henry Nicholson. 

Robert Howard Savage, wife. Mary Agnes Miller. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Clyde Hiranr and Martha Frances (Savage) Boyd: 

(1) Gerald Joseph* Boyd (4) Teresa Corinne" Boyd 

(2) Mary Josephine* Boyd (5) Barbara Jane' Bovd 

(3) Kathleen Rita* Boyd 

[For their records, see page 104-105) 

5. W.4LLACE WARFEL BOYD (John Finley . John D.% William% Wil- 
liam\ William-, William') 

(He was named after his father's aunt. Mary Maria (Bovd) Warfel. wife of 
Charles Warfel.) 
Born Nov. 19. ISiSfi. in Butler. Bales County, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Parlier. Calif. 

MARRIED Dec. 21. 1923. to Elzora Mae Julius in Fresno. Calif. • 

His occupation: Manager. Parlier Lumber Co.. Parlier. Calif. 

In 1899 he moved with his father's family to Redlands. CaliL. where he attended 

school while living on the orange ranch of his father. 
In 1903 (June) he graduated from Lagonia Grammar School in Redlands. Calif. 

From 1903 to 1907 he attended the Redlands Union High School. 
In 1907 (March) he moved to Monrovia. Calif., where he accepted a position with 

The Boyd Lumber Company. 
In 1909 (July) to April. 1913. he was employed in the office of the Pacific Door 

& Sash Co.. in Los Angeles, Calif. 
In 1913 (June) to Mav, 1917. he was with the Terra Bella Lumber Co.. at Terra 

Bella, Calif. 

World War Service of Wallace Warfel Boyd: 

While living in Terra Bella. Calif.. Wallace enlisted June 2nd. 1917. at Fort 
McDowell. Angel Island, Calif., for overseas service during the World War con- 
flict. He was assigned to the Engineer Corps, but a few days later was transferred 
to the Artillery Division and sent to Camp Stewart, Fort Bliss, near El Paso. 
Texas, and placed in Battery E. 4th Division. 13th Field Artillerv. arriving there 
June 21st. 1917 (his number was 564240) . 

He had no regular assignment until Sept. 10th. when he was assigned to special 
duty as bookkeeper with the Supply Company. The latter part of November he 
was made a first-class private, and officially transferred to the Supplv Companv. 



THK BOVl) FAMILY 65 

On Dec. 13tli. 1017. lln\ I'liliaiiicd lor ('.;iiii|) (Ikmji. \. ('... aiiixiii'; llicre Dec. 
20th in a snowstorm. 

On April l.Slli. 19111. Wallare was nuulc a (!i.i|i()ral of .Sui)|)]\ Company. I3tli 
Field Artillery. Illi Division. Camp Green. Charlotte. N. C. 

On May 13th, l<J]<i. they were sent to Camp Merritt. l\. .1.. ami on May 20tli 
sailed on the "Great Northern' from Hohokeii. \. .1.. accompanied by a sister 
ship, the "Northern Pacific." Fach slii|) had six thousand men. and they were 
seven days in crossing. Tlie\ landed al Brest. France, on May 80tli. and camped 
about six miles from llicrc. at Poiitiiicz IJarracks. uliicli had liccii liuilt l>y 
Napoleon. 

On June 6lh lhe\ were sent on a ihree-huruhcd-iiiilc train tii|> to Camp De 
Souge (France I. ariivinf; there June lOlh. where they went into intensive train- 
ing, preparatory to heinf; sent to the front lines. This Camp was about fifteen 
miles from Bordeaux. On August Isl. ]')]','. Walhue went with the 13th Field 
Artillery to Cliateau-Thierrv. aTid their hallcrics wiMit into position on August 4th 
at Belleau Woods, alioul six miles avva\. 

This position was aiKaiued vcr\ soon lo near Muriel en Dole. Actual lighting 
began on August 9th. and on the I6tli ihey marched back seventeen miles for a 
few days' rest at Tareneaux. Their infanlrx had liccn on the front lines for close 
to three months. 

On August 20lh al 9:'M) I'.M. they started on a Iwcnl) four-mile inarch, arriving 
at Ancelot al 7:30 A.M.. where they imloaded. They then traveled to Chantrains 
for a lew da\s. ihcn back lo Ancelot for a few more days, and then started on a 
night march to the St. Miliiel sector. The (irsi day ihey camped in the woods, 
second day near Joinville. and the third da\ in woods near a private park, along 
a canal, where orders were given lo spend the nighl. 

Wallace and his lent mate ])itchcd ihcir pup lenls together. They were not 
awakened when a sudden midnight ortler to move on was given, and when they 
awoke at 6:00 A.M. found themselves cntireh alone, and detached from their 
outfit. Wallace, knowing that he was within twenty miles of Eclaron. where his 
brother Francis was stationed, allempled lo pa\ him a visit. 

They walked for three or four hours and got as far as St. Di/.ier. where they 
were picked up and escorted lo the reporting station, and after explanations were 
sent to Bar le Due and from there b\ truck lo join their Division at Prelz. 

(The two brothers never once saw each other while overseas, though at times 
were within eight miles of each other. They both returned home uninjured. I 

A few days later they moved into the woods at liupt near Rattentoul. in the 
St. Mihiel sector, which up to this time had remained very quiet. Going into 
full action here was a sur])rise lo llie Germans, and it was the first battle fought 
entirely under the command of General John 1. Pershing. In this battle appeared 
the entire 4th and 26th Divisions, and several regiments of French, supported by 
the 16th and 77th Field Arlillerv. The l.ai rage was opened at 1 :00 A.M.. and 
at daylight, when lliev went o\er llic lop. the Germans offered verv little resist- 
ance. 

About Sept. l.Slh. I'JIi!. ihey were ordered lo move to the Mcuse Argonnc. 
where they camjjed the following morning in the woods, staying for a few days. 
This was near Aisne and Cuisy. and Dead Man s Hill. 

On Sept. 20th they were al Ancemonl. leaving on Sept. 23rd for Blercourt 
through Vaubecourt. where their batterv wciil into position just out of Esnes on 
Hill No. 304 and Dead Man's Hill. 

On Sept. 26th. 191f!. llie\ slarlcd ulial dcvclopcil inlo the largest barrage , of 
the war. lasting for ten hours, ajid in uliicli they advanced six miles, captured 
over two thousand prisoners. Iwcnl y-hvc German 77 M.M. howitzers, many ma- 
chine guns and thousands of rounds of annnunition. By Sept. 29tli the Germans 
had been pushed back bevond Cuisv lo ihe lianks of ihe Meuse River, where thev 
made a desperate fight. 



66 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Wallace was in charge of four wagons hauling ammunition to the batteries, 
when on Sept. 30th. a six-inch shell made a direct hit on the rear wagon, killing 
the driver, helper, and five horses. 

On Oct. 12th the 4th Division was tlie first Division to gain their objective, and 
they had to hold their ground while the .5th gained theirs, and the French theirs. 
This wedge driven into the German lines was about a mile wide at its base and 
one-half mile deep. 

On Oct. 22nd about two hundred allied planes, in squads of eight, passed over 
them on a bombing expedition. Only four planes were lost, and they entirely 
broke up enemy resistance, making it possible for the 5th Division, and the 
French, to go over the top, and bring their front lines up even with the lines 
previously attained by the 4th Division. 

On Oct. 25tli all these Divisions laid down a concentrated barrage, driving the 
enemy across the Meuse. 

On Oct. 27th the 4th Division was relieved and thev went back through Esnes 
to Montzevillp. On Oct. 29th ihey were again called to the front for barrage 
duty. 

On Oct. 30th they had newspapers mentioning that Austria wanted peace. At 
this time they had driven the Germans back through Anchorville and were hard 
on their heels when the order came at 11:00 A.M. on Nov. 11. 1918. to "Cease 
firing," and the World War was over. 

After the Armistice was signed on Nov. 11th, the 4th Division was ordered into 
Germany, and they were about two days behind the German Armv on this march. 
They left Anchorville on Nov. 12th. as occupation troops, and camped the first 
night at Avoncourt. and then on to Senoncourt. Longehaugh. and Pont-Sur-Meuse. 
where they stopped for a week to get new equipment. These places are all in 
France. 

They then moved on to Essey. France, passing through a beautiful agricultural 
and mining region to Gromovern. and on to Florchingen in Alsace-Lorraine, ar- 
riving there on Nov. 22nd, 1918. 

This Army of Occupation was stationed at Biichel. Ulmen. and Walporzhiem 
(about sixty miles south of Coblenzl, Germany. 

The Supply Company had its office in the St. Peter's Inn, at Walporzhiem, 
on the River Ahr. This inn was built two hundred vears ago. and the wine 
cellar underneath seven hundred years ago. and they are still both in use. 

Wallace was stationed with this Army of Occupation until about July 1st, 1919, 
when they were sent home aboard the "Zelandia." sailing from Brest, France. 
They were twelve days in crossing, and landed at Hoboken, N. J. Marched to 
Camp Merritt, where they stayed about four days, and then entrained on Northern 
Pacific Railway for San Francisco. Calif. 

He was discharged August 11. 1919, at the Presidio, San Francisco, Calif. 
Commanding Officer. Major Thomas Brass. U.S.A. (Ref. Cir. 106. W.D., Dec. 3, 
1918.) On the back of his official discharge, over the signature of Chester R. 
Hunt, Capt. Engineers, appears the following record of battles and engagements 
in which Wallace took part: 

Aisne-Maine offensive. Aug. 3rd to Aug. 6th, 1918. 

Vesle Sector. Aug. 7th to Aug. 17th. 1918. 

Toulon Sector, Sept. 6th to Sept. 12th, 1918. 

St. Mihiel offensive. Sept. 12th to Sept. 17th, 1918. 

Meuse-Argonne, Sept. 26th to Nov. 11th, 1918. 

Wounds received in service: None. 

Character: Excellent. 

Reason of Honorable Discharge: Expiration of term of service. 
In 1919 (Dec.) to Sept.. 1920. he was with the Deacon Lumber Co.. in their yards 

at San Joaquin. Calif., at Stratford, Calif., and at Empire, Calif. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 67 

In 1921 (Aug.) to April. 1927. he was witli tin- W. B. March Lumber Co., at 

Ivanhoe, Calif. 
In 1927 (April) to April. I92u. he was «itli the D. M. Holsinger Lumber Co., at 

Yucaipa, Calif. 
In 1928 (Aug.) he purchased an interest in. and became actively associated with. 

the Parlier Lumber Co.. at Fariier. Calif., which position he has continued to 

this date. 
Elzora Mae Julius was ])orn Oct. 3. 188 1. in Dallas, la. 

Living 1935 in Parlier, Calif. 

She enlisted in the World War June. 1918, in San Francisco, Calif. Reported for 

service at Mare Island. General Hospital. Aug. 26. 1918. for professional service 

as Red Cross Nurse. (Her number: C-471929. 1 
She was discharged Apr. 6, 1919. from Mare Island, San Francisco, Calif. 
HER PARENTS: Aaron and Salina Ann (Fry) Julius. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Irvin Emery Julius, wife, Mae Hobbs. 

Oliver Wesley Julius, wife. Clara Fortney. 

Ora Dorance Julius, wife. Myrtle Mary Holsinger. 

Laura Elizabeth Julius, husband, Wendell Philip Kent. 

Sara Ann Julius, husband. Sylvaiiias Ellis. 

Florence Edna Julius, husband, Simeon Charles Davis. 
CHILDREN: None. 

6. FRANCIS EUGENE" BOYD (John Finley% John D.% Winiani% Wil- 
Iiam% William% William) 

(He was named after Rev. Francis, a much-beloved Methodist Minister of 
Butler. Mo.) 
Born Dec. 22, 1889, in Butler. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara, Calif. (20 East Junipero Street). 

MARRIED July 16, 1919, to Katherine Cutting Stewart in Stockton, Calif. 

His occupation: Vice-President and Manager. Boyd Lumber & Mill Co., Santa 

Barbara, Calif. 
In 1899 he moved with his father's family to Redlands. Calif., where he attended 

school while living on the orange ranch of his father 
In 1908 he moved with his father's family to Monrovia, Calif., where he attended 

and graduated from Monrovia High School. June, 1911. 
In 1911 he went to work in the saw mill of Port Blakeley Mill Co., Port Blakeley, 

Wash., to "learn the lumber business from the stump up." 
In 1913 he became Manager of the Builders Lumber Co., of Gustine. Calif., where 

he remained until the World War broke out. 
In 1917 (Sept. 27) he enlisted for service in the World War. 

World War Service of Francis Eugene Boyd: 

While living in Gustine, Calif.. Francis enlisted (Sept. 27, 1917) at Fort Mc- 
Dowell, Angel Island. Calif., for overseas service during the World War conflict, 
and was assigned to the 5th Company, 20th Engineers (his number: 172446). 

After a month's training at the barracks on the American University Campus, 
Washington, D. C, they sailed on the old German transport, "Madawaska," which 
was originally "Koenig Willielm II." with 1700 men aboard. After a fourteen- 
day trip they landed at St. Nazaire, France, on Thanksgiving Day. Nov. 28. 1917. 
Francis was made ranking Sergeant at this time. 

They were in barracks close by until Dec. 19. when they went by train to 
Eclaron, France, arriving Dec. 22, 1917. They made permanent camp about 
three miles from this place, where a saw mill and logging operations were estab- 



68 THE BOYD FAMILY 

lished. and they \vert' soon producing 100 M. I'l of lunilier per 20-hour day, for 
use in trenches, bridges, and docks. This place was i)onibed several times, but 
no one was hurt in camp. 

In July. 1918. Francis was appointed First Sergeant. 

Francis served in this location until the Armistice was signed, and in Feb., 1919, 
they left Eclaron. France, and embarked for honie from Bordeaux. France, in 
April on the ship "Rufinohe" and were ele\en days on the Atlantic. They landed 
at Hoboken. iN. J., and were sent to Camp Upton the latter part of April, 1919. 
They arrived in Camp Kearney. Calif., near San Diego, May 6, 1919, and he was 
discharged there May 8. 1919. (Ref. Cir. 106. W.D.. 1918.) Commanding Of- 
ficer, Major Will Kellv. L .S.l. Since then he has made his home in Santa Bar- 
bara, Calif. 

He was appointed Second Lieutenanl of Oiricers Reserve Corps of U.S.A.. 
April 16. 1924. 

In 1919 he became associated with ihc Boyd Lumber & Mill Co., in Santa Bar- 
bara. Calif., as bookkeeper. 

In 1921 he became Vice-President and General Manager of this firm, upon the 
retirement of Clvde Hiram Bovd. This is his present occupation in 1935. 

In 1929-30 he served twn terms as President of the Y.M.C.A. of Santa Barbara, 

Calif. 
In 1930-31 he ser\ed as Presidciil i>f liie La Cunibre Golf & Country Club of 

Santa Barbara. Calif. 

In 1935 he is an active member of the L niversit) Club, Rotarv Club, and the 
La Cumbre Golf & Country Club, all of Santa Barbara, Calif. 

He is a Director of the California Retail Lumbermen's Association, in which ca- 
pacity he has ser\ed for the past twelve vears. 

From his childhood da\s Francis not only took an active interest in athletics 
and sports, but he has in his home several cases filled with trophies, testifying 
to his victories in the field of tennis and golf, which are worthv of mention: 

1913 Pacific Northwest I Singles I Tennis Championship. 

1923 Santa Barbara City ( Singles ) Tennis Championship. 

1924 California State American Legion (Doubles) Tennis Championship. 

1925 Santa Barbara City I Doubles I Tennis Championship. 

1925 Southern California Lumbermen's Golf Championship. 

1926 La Cumbre Golf & Country Club Championship. 
1926 Santa Barbara-\ entura Counties Golf Championship. 

1926 State of California American Legion Golf Championship. 

1927 La Cumbre Golf & Country Club Championship. 
1927 Southern California Golf Championship. Rotary. 

1929 Montecito Golf & Country Club Invitational Golf Championship. 

1930 La Cumbre Golf Championship. 

1931 Santa Barbara- Ventura Counties Golf Championship. 
1932-1933 La Cumbre Golf & Country Club Championship. 

1934 Southern California Mixed Scotch Golf Championship with Mrs. Kenneth 

Carter. 
1934 California Building & Loan Golf Championship. 
Katherine Cutting Stewart was born Nov. 9. 1895. in Stockton. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara. Calif. I 20 East Junipero Street). 

HER PARENTS: Frank Alexander and Grace Julia (Cutting) Stewart of Stock- 
ton. Calif. 

(See page 71 1 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: None. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 69 

TWO CHILDREN of Francis Eugene" and Katlierine Cutting (Stewart) Boyd: 
(1) Jean Catherine'* Boyd 

Born Apr. 17, 1927. in Santa Barbara, Calif. 

Living 193.5 in Santa Barbara. Calif. (20 East Junipero Street I . 
Attending tbe Santa Barbara Girls' School. 



(2) Francis Eugene* Boyd, Jr. 

Born May 23. 1933. in Santa Barbara. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara. Calif. (20 East Junipero Street). 

NOTE: For Maternal Ancestry of these two children, see pages 70-79. 



70 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE MATERNAL ANCESTRY OF 
JEAN CATHERINE BOYD AND FRANCIS EUGENE BOYD, JR. 

I See page 69 I 

Covering the Families of 
Cutting. Morrison, Howlanil. Harris, Stewart and Warren 

THE CUTTING FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. RICHARD' CUTTING, The Immigrant. 

Born in 1623. 

At the age of 11 years he embarked in the "Elizabeth" for New England, April 
1634, with his brother, William Cutting, who was then 26 years old. William 
was born in 1608. 
He settled in Watertown. Mass. 
CHILD of Richard' Cutting: 
JOHN- CUTTING 

(See Second Generation, pai^e 70) 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. JOHN- CUTTING (Richard) 

Born and died in Massachusetts. 

MARRIED to Cynthia" Warren (grand-niece of Gen. Joseph Warren). 
(See Warren Family, page 79) 

NINE CHILDREN of John= and Cynthia^ (Warren) Cutting: 

John', Daniel, LEWIS^ (See Third Generation, page 70), Rich- 
ard '■, Gilbert ', Abi •, Cynthia •, Amelia • and MarshalF' Cutting. 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. LEWIS CUTTING (John, Richard) 

Born Aug. 29, 1804. in Weston. Mass. 

Died Aug. 26. 1889, in San Francisco, Calif. 

MARRIED in 1830 to Susan Julia' Morrison in Lowell, Mass. 

( See Morrison Family, page 72) 
CHILD of Lewis' and Susan Julia' (Morrison I Cutting: 

LEWIS MORRISON' CUTTING 

{See Fourth Generation, page 70-71) 
Lewis-' Cutting MARRIED second Sept. 15, 1833. to Jane Page of Lowell, Mass.. 

in Deerfield. N. H. 
She was born May 19, 1809. in Deerfield. N. H. 

TWO CHILDREN of Lewis^ and Jane (Page) Cutting: 

Franci8% MARRIED to Frances Isabell Frost, and Jennie Page' 
Cutting, MARRIED to Charles G. Jackson. 

Lewis"' Cutting MARRIED third Oct. 14, 1869, to Mrs. Sarah (Knight) Snow in 

Lancaster, N. H. 
She died Oct. 8. 1899, in San Francisco, Calif. 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4. LEWIS MORRISON^ CUTTING (Lewi8% John-, Richard) 

Born Sept. 1, 1831. in Lowell. Mass. 
Died Oct. 9. 1924, in Stockton. Calif. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 71 

MARRIED July 1. 1857. to Catherine Sophia" Howl and in San Francisco. Calif. 
(See Hoicland Fainiiy. page 74) 

FOUR CHILDREN of Lewis Morrison^ and Catherine Sophia' I How land) Cut- 
ting: 

Lewis HoM'land\ GRACE JULIA' (See Fifth Generation, page 
71), Frances' and Maria Snow Cutting. 

FIFTH GENERATlOiS 

GRACE JULIA^ CUTTING (Lewis Morrison', Lewis , John . Riehard) 

Born Jan. 4. 1863, in Stockton. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Stockton, Calif. (1045 N. Center St.) 

MARRIED Oct. 26. 1892. to Frank Alexander Stewart in Stockton. Calif. 

He was born Jan. 22. 1851. in Galatin, Tenn. 

He died Feb. 11. 1931, in Galatin. Tenn. 

HIS PARENTS: William Marion and Mary Jane" (Harris) Slewarl. 

[See Harris FamH\. page 76-77) 
CHILD of Grace Julia' (Cutting) and Frank Alexander Stewart: 
KATHERINE CUTTING STEWART 

[See Sixth Generation, page 71 ) 

SIXTH GENERATION 

KATHERINE CUTTING STEWART 

Born Nov. 9, 1895. in Stockton. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara, Calif. (20 E. Junipero St. I 

MARRIED July 16. 1919. to Francis Eugene Boyd in Stockton. Calif. 

{See page 67-69) 

TWO CHILDREN of Katherine Cutting (Stewart) and Francis Eugene Boyd: 

JEAN CATHERINE and FRANCIS EUGENE BOYD, JR. 

(See Seventh Generation, page 71) 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

JEAN CATHERINE BOYD 

Born Apr. 17. 1927, in Santa Barbara. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara. Calif. (20 E. Junipero St.) 
Attending the Santa Barbara Girls School. 

FRANCIS EUGENE BOYD, JR. 

Born May 23, 1933. in Santa Barbara. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara, Calif. (20 E. Junipero St.) 



72 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE MORRISO^ FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. JOHN' MORRISON, The Immigrant. 

Born 1628 in Aberdeen. Scotland. 

Died Feb. 16, 1736. in Londonderry. X. H. 

He went to Ireland from Scotland in 1720. and came to America in 1723. 

MARRIED to Mary Wallace in Ireland. 

FOUR CHILDREN of John' and Mary (Wallace) Morrison: 
James-, John-, Halhert- and Martha' Morrison. 

John' Morrison MARRIED second to Jane Steele, and came to America with her. 

FOUR CHILDREN of John' and Jane ( Steele I Morrison: 

Samuel-, Hannah% Mary- and JOSEPH- MORRISON (See Second 
Generation, page 72). 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. JOSEPH^ MORRISON (John') 

Born about 1720 on passage to America. 

Died Feb. 17. 1806, (or 18071 in Londonderry. N. H. 

MARRIED to Mary Holmes. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Joseph- and Mary I Holmes I Morrison: 

Joseph', Abraham', Ann , James', JOHN" (See Third Generation, 
page 72), Mary', Hannah*, and Jonathin* Morrison. 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. JOHN^ MORRISON (Joseph-, John) 

Born Feb. 28. 1749. 

Died Apr. 21. 1830, in Derry N. H. 

MARRIED to Annie Gray. 

She was born Aug. 24, 1751. 

She died Feb. 27. 1825. in Derry. N. H. 

He served in the Revolutionary War. enlisted in 1775. 

FIVE CHILDREN of John' and Annie ( Gray I Morrison: 

JOHN* (See Fourth Generation, page 72), Su8annah% Joseph*, 
James* and Samuel* Morrison. 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4. JOHN* MORRISON (John , Joseph-, John') 

Born Oct.. 1779. Died Jan. 25. 1836. 

MARRIED in 1799 to Jennett (JennetteJ Paul of Salem, Mass. 

She was bom Mar. 15, 1779. in Salem, Mass. 

FIVE CHILDREN of John* and Jennett (Paul) Morrison: 

SUSAN JULIA (See Fifth Generation, page 72), John% Mary 
Ann% Nancy Emily and Samuel Morrison. 

FIFTH GENERATION 

5. SUSAN JULIA^ MORRISON (John*, John', Joseph% John') 

Born June 2, 1807, in Derry. N. H. 
Died Sept. 25. 1831. in Derry, N. H. 
MARRIED in 1830 to Lewis^ Cutting in Lowell. Mass. 
(See Cutting Family, page 70) 



THE 1J0\1) ^AMIL^ 73 

THE ROWLAND FAMILY 

FIRST GEN ER AT ION 

1. JOHN' HOWLAND, Tin- linmigrant. 

He was a Pilgrim, and cariie to America on tlir \ia\flowci. His home in Massa- 
chusetts still stands. 

CHILD of John' Howland: 

JOHN^ HOWLAND 

(.See Second Geiicrnlion. [kii^c 73) 

SECOND GENER iTIO\ 

2. JOHN= HOWLAND (John') 

Born Feb. 24, 1627. in Plym])ton. Mass. 

CHILD of John- Howland: 
JOHN HOWLAND 

(See Third Geiifialioii. page 73) 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. JOHN HOWLAND (John, John') 

Born Dec. 31, 1674, in Massachusetts. 

CHILD of John' Howland: 

REV, JOHN^ HOWLAND 

(See Fourth Generation, pfii^e 73) 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4. REV. JOHN HOWLAND (John , John% John) 

Born Feb. 13. 1721, in Barnstable, Mass. 

Died Nov. 4, 1804, in Carver. Mass. 

MARRIED 1748 to Miss Lewis (daughler of Rev. Lewis) in Pembroke, Mass. 

ELEVEN CHILDREN of Rev. John' and Miss (Lewis). Howland: 

Daniel, John , Elizal>eth , William , Mary\ JAMES (See Fifth 
Generation, page 73), Calvin\ Charles, Sarah', Sophia' and 
another child (name unknown), Howland. 

FIFTH GENERATION . 

5. JAMES^ HOWLAND (Rev. John', John , John=, John') 

Born July 18, 1760, in Carver, Mass. 

Died Oct. 10. 1850, in Woodstock, Vt. 

MARRIED Feb. 25, 1795, to Sarah Mason in Watertown. Mass. 

She was born 1767 in Watertown, Mass. 

She died May 5. 1863, in Woodstock. Vt. 

TWO CHILDREN of James' and Sarah (Mason I Howland: 

James' and JOHN'' HOWLAND (See Sixth Generation, page 74). 



74 THE BOYD FAMILY 

SIXTH GENERATION 

6. JOHN" ROWLAND (James, Rev. John% John% John% John') 

Born Sept. 19, 1795, in Walpole. Vt. 

Died Nov. 20, 1871. in Woodstock, Vt. 

MARRIED Mar. 1. 1824. to Maria Snow in Woodstock. Vt. 

She was born July 25. 1804, in JafFery. X. H. 

She died May 16^ 1878, in Woodstock. Vt. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of John" and Maria (Snow) Howland: 

Sarah Mason", Helen", CATHERINE SOPHLA^ (See Seventh Gen- 
eration, page 74), Juliette", John", James" and Joseph' How- 
land. 



SEVENTH GENERATION 

7. CATHERINE SOPHIA" HOWLAND (John% James, Rev. John*, John% 

John-, John') 

Born Oct. 17. 1830. in Woodstock. \ t. 
Died Oct. 12, 1911. in Stockton. Calif. 
MARRIED July 1. 1857. to Lewis Morrison* Cutting in San Francisco, CaliL 

(See Cutting Family, page 71) 

FOL R CHILDREN of Catherine Sophia' ( Howland I and Lewis Morrison* Cut- 
ting: 

Lews Howland', Francis', GR.4CE JULLA^ (See Eighth Genera- 
tion, page 74), and Maria Snow^ Cutting. 

EIGHTH GENERATION . 

8. GRACE JULIA' CUTTING 

(5ee Cutting Family, page 71) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 75 

THE HARRIS FAMILY 

Ancestors of this family from Glamorganshire. Wales, went to France, then to 
England during the reign of Charles II, where they remained until their removal to 
America, probably near the middle of the seventeenth century, settling in the Colony 
of Virginia, the stock being Anglo-Welsh. 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. ROBERT' HARRIS, The Immigrant. 

Born 1630 in Wales. Died 1721 in Virginia (1701). 
MARRIED in 1651 to Mrs. Mary (Claiborne) Rice. 
They settled on the James River, Va. 

CHILD of Robert' and Mrs. Mary (Claiborne I (Rice) Harris: 
WILLIAM^ HARRIS 

(See Second Generation, page 75) 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. WILLIAM^ HARRIS (Robert') 

Born 1652 in Virginia. 

Died Mar. 8, 1687. Buried at Old Colonial Church, James River. Va. 

MARRIED Dec. 24, 1670, to Temperance Overton of Glen Cairn. Hanover County, 

Va. 
THREE CHILDREN of William- and Temperance (Overton) Harris: 

Christopher, MAJOR ROBERT^ (See Third Generation, page 
75), and Overton^ Harris. 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. MAJOR ROBERT^ HARRIS (William-, Robert) 

Born 1686 in Hanover County, Va. Died 1765 in Virginia. 
MARRIED Jan. 13. 1720, to Mourning Glenn. 
She was born in 1702; died in 1770. 

ELEVEN CHILDREN of Major Robert' and Mourning (Glenn) Harris: 

Annie% Tyree% Christopher', Mary% William% Mourning Glenn*, 
Lucy% Sarah% ROBERT' (See Fourth Generation, page 75), 
Rachel* and Frances Elizabeth' Harris. 

Note: Female descendants of Major Robert Harris are eligible to 
membership in U.S.S. of Colonial Dames for services as members 
of the House of Burgesses. 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4. CAPTAIN ROBERT* HARRIS (Major Robert, WiUianv, Robert') 

Born Mar. 8, 1741. in Virginia. Died 1809 in North Carolina. 
MARRIED in 1762 to Lucretia Brown. 
She was born in 1746. 

ELEVEN CHILDREN of Captain Robert* and Lucretia (Brown) Harris: 

Elizah, TYREE RODES (See Fifth Generation, page 76), Beza- 
leel% Brown, Bernice', Lucretia, Mourning% Nancy', Lucy', 
Patsy-' and Sarah' Harris. 



76 THE BOYD FAMILY 

FIFTH GENERATION 

5. HON. TYREE RODES HARRIS (Captain Roberl% Major Robert, Wil- 

liam-, Robert') 

Born Mar. 15. 1765. Died 1841 in Garard County. Ky. 
MARRIED to Sophia Herd. 

SIX CHILDREN of Hon. Tyree Rodes' and Sophia (Herd) Harris: 

John'', Elijah", Susan", Brightberry", Annie" and Bettie" Harris. 

Hon. Tyree Rodes' Harris MARRIED seeond in 1806 to Mrs. John Branham 

(nee Rachel Brown I in Kentucky. 
She was born in 1780. 

SIX CHILDREN of Hon. Tyree Rodes' and Mrs. John (Branham) Harris: 

CRANBERRY" (GREENBURY) (See Sixth Generation, page 
76), Arabia J.", Russel Anderson", Josephine C", CHerton Dab- 
ney'' and Martha Tyree" Harris. 

SIXTH GENERATION 

6. GRANBERRY" (GREENBURY) HARRIS (Hon. Tyree Rode8% Captain 

Robert% Major Robert, William% Robert') 

Born Dec. 13. 1807, near Lancaster, Ky. Died in Tennessee. 
MARRIED to Mary Gillespie Brvson in Tennessee. 
She was born and died in Tennessee. 

NINE CHILDREN of Granbury" and Mary Gillespie (Bryson) Harris: 

James Overton', Tyree Bryson', MARY JANE' (See Seventh Gen- 
eration, page 76). Rachel Malvina', Emily Lenore', George 
Gillespie Bryson". John Branham', Elizabeth Green" and Rus- 
sel G." Harris. 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

i. MARY JANE' HARRIS (Granberry , Hon. Tyree Rodes, Captain Rob- 
ert', Major Robert', William^ Robert') 

Born Jan. 21. 1833, in Sumner County. Tenn. 

Died Jan. 24, 1868. in Sunnier County. Tenn. Buried there. 

MARRIED Feb. 21. 1854. to William Marion Stewart in Sumner County, Tenn. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Dec. 21. 1821, in Macon County. Tenn. 

He died Dec. 14, 1906. in Sumner County, Tenn. Buried there. 

HIS PARENTS: Alexander and Mary (Carr) Stewart. 

^He was born in Scotland. Died in Macon County. Tenn. Buried in Tenn.) 
(She was born Aug. 24, 1801. in Macon County, Tenn. Died Sept. 30, 1882, in 
Sumner County, Tenn. Buried there. They were married in Macon County. 
Tenn. His occupation: Farmer.) 

HIS BROTHER AND SISTER: ' 

Frank Alexander Stewart, wife. Rellv Pa\ne. 

(Died in Stockton, Calif.) 
Elizabeth Stewart, husband. Mr. Wvnn. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 77 

FOUR CHILDREN of Mary Jane' (Harris) and William Marion Stewart: 

(1) FRANK ALEXANDER STEWART 
{See Eighth Generation, pnge 77 ) 

(2) Mary Isabel Stewart 
MARRIED to Waller Chenault. 

(3) William Green Stewart 
MARRIED to Anne Miller. 

(4) Anna Sue Stewart 
MARRIED to Charles F. Pond. 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

8. FRANK ALEXANDER STEWART 

Born Jan. 22. 1854, in Galatin, Tenn. 
Died Feb. 11. 1931. in Galatin, Tenn. 
MARRIED Oct. 26. 1892, to Grace Julia ' Cutting in Stockton, Calif. 

(See Cutting Family, page 71) 
ONE CHILD of Frank Alexander and Grace Julia" (Cutting) Stewart: 
KATHERINE CUTTING STEWART 

{See Ninth Generation, page 77) 

NINTH GENERATION 

9. KATHERINE CUTTING STEWART 

Born Nov. 9, 1895, in Stockton, Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara. Calif. (20 East Junipero St.) 
MARRIED July 16. 1919. to Francis Eugene" Boyd in Stockton. Calif. 

(See page 67-69) 
TWO CHILDREN of Katherine Cutting (Stewart) and Francis Eugene" Boyd: 

JEAN CATHERINE and FRANCIS EUGENE BOYD, JR. (See 
Tenth Generation, page 77). 

TENTH GENERATION 

lO.JEAN CATHERINE BOYD 

(For her record, see page 69) 

lO.FRANCIS EUGENE BOYD, JR. 

(For his record, see page 69) 



78 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE WARREN FAMILY 

The name is of Norman-French origin and is derived from Garenne or Gareme, 
a small river in JNormandy. 

Three members of the \^ arren Family. Richard, John and Jonathan, crossed 
the seas and landed on Plymouth's shores. The northerly portion of Weston. Mass.. 
was originally owned and occupied by John Morrison, one of the Pilgrims. Richard 
signed the first Charter, and ten years later John settled near Mt. Auburn, and from 
there moved to Weston. Mass. They came on the Mayflower. 

Richard Warren came on the first trip of the Mayflower and signed the Compact 
with forty other passengers. 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. JOHN^ WARREN, The Immigrant, 

Born in England. 

Died at the age of 82 years in Weston. Mass. 

He was a Pilgrim. 

CHILD of John' Warren: 
JOHN= WARREN 

{See Second Generation, page 78) 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. JOHN= WARREN (John ) 

Born and died in Massachusetts. 
CHILD of John= Warren: 
JOHN' WARREN 

[See Third Generation, page 78) 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. JOHN WARREN (John , John) 

CHILD of John= Warren: 
JOHN* WARREN 

{See Fourth Generation, page 78) 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4. JOHN* WARREN (John% John, John) 

He was a Deacon of the rhun h. 
CHILD of John* Warren : 
JOHN' WARREN 

(See Fifth Generation, page 78) 

FIFTH GENERATION 

5. JOHN WARREN (John*, John% John% John) 

Born and died in Massachusetts. 

SEVENTEEN CHILDREN of John \^ arren (part only) : 

General Joseph, General Fitz Henry% Rev. Silas', JOHN"^ WAR- 
REN (See Sixth Generation, page 79) and thirteen other chil- 
dren, names unknown. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 79 

SIXTH GENERATION 

6. JOHN WARREN (John , John', John , John% John) 

Boni in Massachusetts. Died lc!06 iti Massacliiisetts. 

MARRIED to Mrs. Wright. 

THREE CHILDREN of John" and Mrs. (Wright I Warren: 

CYNTHIA" WARREN (See Seventh Generation, page 79) and 
two other daughters, names unknown. 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

7. CYNTHIA- WARREN (John', John\ John', John , John, John) 

MARRIED to John- Cutting. 

{See Cutting Faiin'h. page 70) 



80 THE BOYD FAMILY 

NINE CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND ELIZABETH (LARIMER) 

BOYD 

( See page 49 I 

1. CATHERINE^ BOYD (Robert, Williain% WiUiam) 

Born 1790 (or 1793) . Died Sept. 17, 1856, aged 66 years. 
UNMARRIED. 

2. MARGARET^ BOYD (Robert , William, William) 

Died 1851. 
UNMARRIED. 

3. WILLIAM^ BOYD (Robert, William% William) 

Died 1846 in Unity Tup.. Westmoreland County, Pa., leaving widow, Jane, and 

children, some of whom were minors. Partition of estate 1850. 
MARRIED to Jane 
EIGHT CHILDREN of William^ and Jane Boyd: 

(1) Robert Boyd 

Was over 11 in 1846. 

MARRIED before 1855 to Margaret Ann. 

(2) Elizabeth Boyd 

Was over 14 in 1846. 

MARRIED 1848-49 to John Smith. 

(3) Mary (Marie) Boyd 

Was over 14 in 1846. Minor in 1849. 

(4) Ruth- Boyd 

She was not 14 in 1846, and was still a minor in 1849. 

(5) John Carnahan' Boyd 

Born 1832 in \\ estmoreland County, Pa. 

MARRIED to Mattie McFarland. 
His occupation : Presbyterian minister. 

She died in 1869. 

John Carnahan' Boyd MARRIED second to Maggie Lindsay. 

ONE CHILD of John Carnahan ■ and Maggie (Lindsay) Boyd: 
William' Boyd 
Removed to Alleghaney County. Pa., and then to Newton. Kan. In the 

latter place, however, there is no record of his ever having lived 

there. 

(6) Margaret Jane' Boyd 

She was nut 11 in 1816. and was still a minor in 1849. 

(7) Harriet Boyd 

She was not I 1 in 1810. and was still a minor in 1849. 

(8) Matilda' Boyd 
Born after 1828. 

She was a minor in 1849. 

4. ARCHIBALD' BOYD (Robert , William. William) 

Born July 4. 1799. in Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Died before Dec. 25. 1851. in Jefferson Twp.. Fayette County. Pa. Buried there. 

MARRIED Jan. 29, 1333. to Margaret Hunter in Westmoreiand Countv. Pa. 



THK HOM) FAMILY 81 

His occupation: Fanner. 

He worked on his fatlier"s farm iinlil lie «as 21. wiieii he reni()\e(l. and vvrni later 

to South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
She was born Dec. 23. lu()9. in Westniorelaiid Comity, Pa. 
She died Oct. 9. 1879. in Jefferson Tw p.. Fa\ette County, Pa. Buried there. 
They were Presbyterians. 
HERPARENTS: William and .lane lOlixerl Hunter. 

( He was born July 27. 1 765. She was born June 27. I 767. 1 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Fenwell Hunter. I nniairied. 

Andrew Oliver Hunter, wife. Sarah KlingensMiilli. 

William Hunter. I nmarried. 

Joseph Hunter, wife. Miss Clendeimin. 

David Hunter, wife. Mar-iaret Aim Boyd. 

{See page 84-85) 

Mary Hunter. Llnmarried. 

THREE CHILDREN of Archibald' and Margaret (Hunter I Boyd: 

(1) Robert Boy.l (3) Mary Boytl 

(2) William Boy.l 

{For tlifu n'iDids. sec jm^e 106-107 ) 

MARY"' BOYD (Robert, William , William) 

THOMAS' BOYD (Robert. William % William) 

Born 1801. Died 1896. aged 95 years. 

MARRIED to Sarah Wilson. 

ONE CHILD of Thomas' and Sarah ( W ils..n 1 Bovd: 

Eli Wilson Boyd 

Born 1837 in iNorth Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Died in Irwin. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

MARRIED irr 1859 to Sarah Shaw. 

ONE CHILD of Eli Wilson and Saraii (Shawl Boyd: 
David'' Boyd 
Born in 1865. 

MARRIED to Liddia Shaw. 

ROBERT LARIMER' BOYD (Robert , William-, William) 

Born Nov. 2. 1809. in Sewickley Twp.. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died May 21. 1892. in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Buried in Old Sewickley (now Old Dick I Church Cemetery. 

MARRIED Sept. 29. 1812. to Nancy McA>cal. • 

(This name was also spelled McCayeal. I 
His occupation: Farmer and stock raiser. 
Removed to Sewickley Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. In 1814 he removed to 

South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland Couiit\. Pa., where he had 360 acres 

of land. 
He was a member ol the Lulled I'ri'sln Icrian Clinrcli. 
She was born Nov. 7, 1821, near Pittsburgh. Pa. 
She died Feb. 6. 1893. in Westmoreland Count>, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickle\ I now Old Dick I Church Cemeterx. 
HER PARENTS: James and Margaret McAyeal. 

She was born 1797 in the north of Ireland and inunigrated to the United States 
in 1811. Married in 1818 near Wilmington. Del. 

Moved to Pittsburgh. Pa., the same year, and resided at various places in 
Western Pennsylvania until 1863. 



82 THE BOYD FAMILY 

After the death of her husband she went west and lived with her daughters. Mrs. 
Greer of Monmouth. 111. and Mrs. Mitchell Paxton. where she died July 2, 
1878. 
Heirs lived in Warren Countv. 111. 

Will of James McAyeal, probated June 11, 1856 (Ref. Book 57. p. 127, West- 
moreland County. Pa. I 
Bequests: To wife, Margaret McAyeal. 

To daughter. Margaret, married to Robert Grier. 

To daughter, Martha, married to Hugh Campbell McKeeson. 

To daughter. Sarah Jane. 

To daughter. Catherine, married first to Mr. Shirv and second to 

Abel Hisey. 
To daughter. Nancy, married to Robert Boyd, and to her children, 
Robert, Margaret and Martha Boyd. 
HER GRANDPARENTS: Andrew McAyeal. 

He came from Ireland with son James, and settled in Pittsburgh, and later in 

Madison, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
He was in the mercantile business there for manv vears. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Robert McAyeal. 

Margaret McAyeal. husband. Robert Grier (Greer). 

Martha McAyeal. husband. Hugh Campbell McKeeson (McKeever). 

Sarah Jane McAyeal. husband, Samuel Mitchell. 

Catherine McAyeal. 1st husband. Mr. Shiry. 
2nd husband. Abel Hisey. 
FOUR CHILDREN of Robert Larimer^ and Nancy (McAyeall Boyd: 

(1) Margaret Jane Boyd (3) James McAyeal' Boyd 

(2) Elizabeth Larimer Boyd (4) Mary^ Boyd 

[For iheir records, see page 107-108) 

8. JAMES^ BOYD (Robert, WiIIiam% William^ 

Born in 1811. Died in 18.39. 
UNMARRIED. 

9. JOHN^ BOYD (Robert, William. William) 

Born Mar. 21, 1801: died Feb. 18. 1875. 

Buried in Old Sewicklev (now Old Dick) Church Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 

MARRIED Apr. 30, 18.31. to Theodocia McGrew. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Apr. 30, 1814; died Apr. 30, 1838. 

Buried in Old Sewickley (now Old Dick) Church Cemetery, near West Newton. Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Simon and Nancy McGrew. 

TWO CHILDREN of John^ and Theodocia (McGrew) Boyd: 

(1) Jermiah D." Boyd 
Born Apr. 9. 1835. 

(2) Nancy Boyd 

Died June 30, 1838. 
John* Boyd MARRIED second Oct. 28. 1851, to Mary Elizabeth* Markle in West- 
moreland County, Pa. 

[See Markle Family, page 269) 
She was born June 6. 1812, in Millgrove, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
She died Feb. 28. 1892. in West Newton. Pa. Buried in Markle Cemetery. 
HER PARENTS: General Joseph^ and Elizabeth (Painter) Markle. 

(See Markle Family, page 268-269) 
CHILDREN: None. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 83 

FOUR CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN BOYD 

(He was the son of William- Boyd and Catherine' (McGrew) Boyd) 

(His first marriage) 

{See pa^e 49-50) 

1. CATHERINE^ BOYD (Benjamin , William , William) 

2. BENJAMIN^ BOYD (Benjamin , William-, William') 

He was co-executor with his step-mother, Anne Boyd, in his father's estate. Apr. 
3. 1826. 

3. ALEXANDERS BOYD (Benjamin , William \ William) 

Died in 1888. 

His will was probated 1884-1888, Sewickley Twp., Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Bequests: To wife, Ruth M. Boyd. 

To children, Rebecca, James A.. Benjamin F. and Rosanna Boyd. 

He resided in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa. in 1832. and 

in Sewickley Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. in 18.58. 
MARRIED before 1858 to Ruth M. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Alexander^ and Ruth M. Boyd: 

(1) Rebecca' Boyd 

MARRIED to Mr. Foster. 

(2) Benjamin F.' Boyd 

Died in 1884. 

MARRIED to Susan Camble (or Camblel. 
Removed to Westmoreland County in 1830. 
She died in 1883. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Benjamin F.' and Susan (Camble) Boyd: 

(1) Robert" Boyd 

Born 1838 in Elizabethboro, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

MARRIED to Mary McCune. 

(2) John Boyd 

Removed to Pittsburgh, Pa. 

(3) Joseph C' Boyd 

(4) Malinda" Boyd 

MARRIED to Robert Logan. 

(5) Oliver' Boyd 

(6) Anne'' Boyd 

MARRIED to Mr. McKown. 

(7) Margaret' Boyd 

MARRIED to Mr. Hornback. 
They moved to Ohio. 

(3) Rosanna'' Boyd 

(4) James A.' Boyd 

(Ref. Hist. Allegheny County, Pa., p. 723) 

4. WILLIAM^ BOYD (Benjamin, William% William') 



84 THE BOYD FAMILY 

EIGHT CHILDREN OF ARCHIBALD' BOYD AND MARY 

(WALTZ) BOYD 

( See /»o,:,'P )_'-.5/{ i 

1. WILLIAM BOYD (Archibalcl% William , William, William ) 
Born Jan. 24. 1816. Died Feb. 19. 1881, aged 65 years. 25 days. 
Buried in Sewicklev Presin terian Churchyard, near X^ est Newton, Pa. 
MARRIED to Eleanor Robertson I she \\a> known as "Aunt Nellie" I . 
She was born June 2. 1814. 

She died Aug. 9. 1869. aged 55 years. 2 nio. 7 days. 

Buried in Old Sew icklev ( now- Dick 1 Presbyterian Churchyard, near West Newton, 

Pa. 
William'' Boyd signed a deed in 1864. 
He bought a farm aiross from the Sew ickiey Church, where he was one of the 

first Elders. 
TWO CHILDREN of William ■ and Eleanor I Robertson I Boyd: 

(1) Archibald J. Boyd (2) Joannah Jack Boyd 

{For their records, see page 108-110) 

2. ELIZABETH MARY BOYD (Archibalds William', William% William') 

Born Nov.. 1819. in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Died May 19. 1892, in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Buried in Millgrove Cemetery, near \\ est Newton. Pa. 

MARRIED Jan. 30. 1840. to \\'illiam Mcholls. 

His occupation: Farmer and carpenter. 

He was born Mar. 11, 1815. in Elizabeth Twp.. Allegheny County, Pa. 

He died Mar. 19, 1892, in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Buried in Millgro\ e Cemetery, near \^ est Newton. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: James and Rebecca ( De^ ore I NichoUs. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Mary I Polly l NichoUs. husband. William Willson. 

Rebecca NichoUs. husband. \\ illiam Finne\ . 

Nancy NichoUs. husband. John Scott. 

Samuel NichoUs. L nmarried. 

Elizabeth NichoUs. husband. Hiram W arren. 

Catherine NichoUs. husband. James Warren. 

David NichoUs, wife, Margaret Drennen. 

James NichoUs. wife, Elizabetii Barr. 

Martha Jane NichoUs. husband. W illiam Stoner. 

Harye\ NichoUs. I nmarried. 

Sarah NichoUs. husband, James Curry. 

SIX CHILDREN of Elizabeth Marv (Boxdi and William NichoUs: 

(1) .Archibald Boyd NichoUs (4) Mary Ann NichoUs 

(2) Rebecca Jane NichoUs (5) Rachel E. NichoUs 

(3) James NichoUs (6) John Boyd NichoUs 

I for their records, see page J] 0-112 i 

3. MARGARET ANN BOYD (Archibal<l% William , William", William) 

Born Mar. 1821. in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Sept. 17, 1874. aged 47 years, in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland 
County. Pa. Buried in Old Sewicklev Church Cemeterv. near West Newton, Pa. 
MARRIED Mar. 18. 1848. t.. David Hunter. 

I See page 81 ) 
His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Nov. 23, 1806. in South Huntingdon Tw p.. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
He died May 31. 1892. in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 85 

He was an Elder in the Old Sewickley Church. 
HIS PARENTS: William and Jane (Oliver) Hunter. 

(He was born July 27, 1765. She was born June 27. 1767.) 

( See page 81 ) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SLSTERS: 

( See page 81 \ 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Margaret Ann^ (Boyd) and David Hunter: 

(1) Archibald Boytl Hunter (5) William Hunter 

(2) Mary Jane Hunter (6) Emma Florence Hunter 

(3) Margaret Hunter (7) Josiah Hunter 

(4) Lucetta Hunter 

{For their- records, see page 113-115) 

4. MARY (POLLY) BOYD (Archibald'. William , William'. William) 

(She was known as "Aunt Polly.") 

MARRIED to Israel Miller (she was his second wife). 
They resided in West Newton. Pa. 
CHILDREN: None. 

5. ARCHIBALD WALTZ BOYD (Archibald, WiHiani, William, William') 

Born May 20. 1825, in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Nov. 14, 1889, in South Huntingdon Twj).. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in West Newton, Pa. 
MARRIED Sept. 22. 18.59. to Elizabeth^ Pinkerton. 

{See Pinkerton Family, page 293) 
His occupation: Farmer and general business. 

They resided permanently in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
She was born Dec. 3, 1836, in Sewickley Twp., Westmoreland County. Pa. 
She died Jan. 5. 1903, in Greensburg. Pa. Buried in West Newton. Pa. 
HER PARENTS: John- and Mary (Barr) Pinkerton. 

(See Pinkerton Faniilv. page 290-293) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See Pinkerton Family, page 290-293) 

FIVE CHILDREN of Archibald Waltz' and Elizabeth^ (Pinkerton) Boyd: 

(1) John Franklin' Boyd (4) Pressley Ormond' Boyd 

(2) Mary Etta'' Boyd (5) Grace Greenwoo<l' Boyd 

(3) Alma Gertrude'' Boyd 

[For their records, see page 115-117) 

6. JOSIAH BOYD (Archibald', William', Willianv, William) 

Born about 1827. 

Died Nov. 22, 1851. aged 24 years. Buried in HoJfman Cemetery, near Smithton, Pa. 

7. SUSANNA BOYD (Archibald\ William', Williani% William') 

Born Nov.. 1830 in Mendon. Pa., on the Waltz Farm. 

Died June, 1910, in Greensburg, Pa. Buried in Sewickley Cemetery. Milbell. Pa. 

MARRIED to SamueP Bell in Mendon. Pa., on the Waltz farm. 

(iiee Bell Family, page 237) 
His occupation: Farmer. 
He was born Oct. 27, 1821, in Bell's Mill. South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland 

County, Pa., on the Bell Farm. 
He died May 30 (or 28) . 1894. in Greensburg. Pa. 
Buried in Sewickley Cemetery, Milbell, Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: Walter' and Marv^ (Polly) (Finley) BeU. 

(See Bell Family, page 234-235) 

(See Finley Family, page 247) 



86 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See Bell Family, page 234-235) 

FIVE CHILDREN of Susanna' ( Boyd I and Samuel* Bell: 

(1) Mary Delnora Bell (4) Clara Margaret Bell 

(2) Anna Lydia Bell (5) Boyd Franklin Bell 

(3) William Pollock Bell 

I For their records, see page 118-119) 

8. JOHN BOYD (Archibald, William , William-, William) 

Died in 1874 or 1888. 

MARRIED to Rachel Reynolds. 

He was an Elder in Old Sewickley Church. 

John"' Bovd MARRIED second to Martha Davis. 

CHILDREN: None. 

NINE CHILDREN OF NANCY AGNES (BOYD) JOHNSTON AND 
ANDREW W. JOHNSTON 

(See page 54) 

1, ELIZABETH JANE JOHNSTON 

Born Oct. 16. 1829. in Mt. Eaton. 0. Died Sept. 2. 1909, in Mt. Vernon, la. 

MARRIED Nov. 21. 1850. to Silas Ervin in Mt. Eaton. 0. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

They removed to Mendota. 111. 

He was born Nov. 17. 1826. in Dahon. O. 

He died Jan. 5. 1908, in Mt. Vernon, la. 

HIS PARENTS: William and Elizabeth Er^ in. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William. Armstrong, David. Cunningham. Nathaniel, John and Mary Ann Ervin 
(husband, Mr. Scott). 

TWO CHILDREN of Elizabeth Jane (Johnston* and Silas Ervin: 

(1) Alvin Ervin 

Born Oct. 29, 1851. in Dalton, 0. 

Died Oct. 25. 1865. in Mendota. 111. Buried there. 

(2) Violet Alice Ervin 

(She was known as Alice Violet.) 
Born Nov. 19. 1855. in Dalton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Oregon. 111. ( J08 North 3rd St.). 

MARRIED June 27. 1383, to Augustus Richard Bickenbach in Belvedere, 111. 

His occupation : Presbyterian minister. 

He was born Dec. 15. 1858. in Freeport, III. 

Living 1935 in Oregon. 111. ( 408 North 3rd St.) . 

HIS PARENTS: Christian Richard and Augusta (Heynen) Bickenbach. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Eugenia Johanna Bickenbach, husband, Robert Heynen. 

P^ul Bickenbach, wife. Sarah Mishler. 

Johanann Friederich Oscar Bickenbach. Unmarried. 

Friederich Robert Bickenbach. wife, Margaret O'HoUoran. 

Infant (unnamed). 

Augusta Louisa Bickenbach, 



THK BO^ I) FAMJL\ 87 

ONE CHILD of Violet Alice Ijolinsloii I and Aiipusliis liirlKiid liickeiihaeh : 
Edgar Ervin Bickeiibacli 
Born Aug. 31. lof!.'). in ,|aikson\ ille. Ore. 

Living 1935 in Sparta. Mich. 

MARRIED JNov. 17. 1923. to Florence Lillian Clarke in Chicago. 111. 

His occupation: Supt. Carnation Milk Products Plant. 

She was born Jan. 19. Iu91. in Chicago. 111. 

Living 1935 in Sparta. Mich. 

HER PARENTS: Colin Campbell and Catherine (MacFarlane) 

Clarke. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: None. 
CHILDREN: None. 

MARGARET LAVINA JOHNSTON 

Born Mar. 19, 1831, in Dalton. 0. Died Oct. 2, 1873. in Dalton. 0. 

MARRIED Jan. 2. 1855. to James Stinson of Wayne County. 0.. in West Lebanon. 

Ohio. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
He was born May 29, 1827. in Dalton. (). 
He died Oct. 2. 1909, in Akron, 0. 
HIS PARENTS: David and Elizabeth (McCaulleyl Stinson. 

(He was born Jan.. 1784, in Ireland. He died July 3, 1863. She was born Dec, 

1792. She died Mar. 13. 1870. They were married Dec. 25. 1811. in Tyrone 

County. Ireland.) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

David Stinson, wife, Sarah McElhinney. 

William Stinson, wife, Catherine Moore. 

Elizabeth Stinson. husband. Joseph McElhinney. 

Sarah Jane Stinson, Unmarried. 

Mary Stinson, husband. James Douglas. 

John Stinson, Unmarried. 

Isabella Stinson. husband, William Caldwell. 

Maria Stinson, husband. William Murray. 

Margaret Ann Stinson, husband, George Dague. 

THREE CHILDREN of Margaret Lavina (Johnston) and James Stin.son: 

(1) Melissa Ann Stinson (3) Elmer David Stinson 

(2) Ida May Stinson 

{For their records, see page 120-121) 
James Stinson MARRIED second Dec. 24. 1874, to Ariminda Emmeline (Minnie) 
Johnston. 

{See page 91-92) 

WILLIAM M. JOHNSTON 

Born Oct. 26, 1832., in West Lebanon, Wayne County, 0. 

Died Feb. 20. 1903, in Wilmot, 0. Buried there. 

MARRIED May 7. 1857, to Hannah Johnson. 

His occupation: Manufacturer of pumps. 

Resided in Mt. Eaton. 0., and in Wilmot. Stark County, 0.. in 1862. 

She was born Dec. 3, 1838. in Lebanon, 0. 

Living 1935 in Wilmot. 0. 

HER PARENTS: Cornelius and Nancy Carey Johnson. 

(He was born May 31. 1800. He died Mar. 1891. in Edom. 0.) 

(She was born Mav 16, 1802. She died Oct. 5, 1894. in Cleveland, 0.) 



88 THE BOYD FAMILY 

FIVE CHILDREN of William M. and Hannali ( Johnson 1 Johnston: 

(1) Araldo Washington Johnston 

(2) Leonora Johnston 

(3) Oman Ellsworth Johnston 

(4) Ulysses Simpson Grant Johnston 

(5) DoUie May Johnston 

[For their records, see page 121-124) 

4. JOSIAH WORK JOHNSTON 

Born Aug. 28, 1834, in West Lebanon. 0. 

Died Feb. 9. 1888, in Wilniot. 0. Buried there. 

MARRIED to Mary Hardy. 

His occupation: Carriage trimmer. 

Lived during the Civil War in Wilmot. 0. Then removed to Orrville, 0., where 

he and his brother, Andrew Johnston had a harness shop. Then removed to 

Massillon, 0. Then removed to Canal Fulton, 0. 
She was born Apr. 24, 1832. 
She died Jan. 5. 1913, in Akron. 0. Buried there. 

SIX CHILDREN of Josiah Work and Mary (Hardy) Johnston: 

(1) Clara Ann Johnston (4) Arthur Hamlin Johnston 

(2) William Alvin Johnston (5) Frank Alden Johnston 

(3) Alma Luella Johnston (6) Nora Mabel Johnston 

I For their records, see page 124-125) 

5. SILAS BOYD JOHNSTON 

Born Sept. 13. 1836, in Ohio. 

Died July 8. 1899, in Auburn. Ind. Buried there. 

MARRIED Mar. 25, 1858. to Catharine Estelle Shull in Wayne County, 0. 

His occupation : Dentist. 

She was born Sept. 13. 18-11, in Wayne County, 0. 

She died Aug. 19. 1892. in Auburn. Ind. 

HER PARENTS: John and Sarah (Gillespie I Shull. 

TWO CHILDREN of Silas Boyd and Catharine Estelle (Shull) Johnston: 

(1) Melville Warf el Johnston 

(2) Emma Millenna Johnston 

[For their records, see page 125-127) 

6. MARIAH JOHNSTON 

Born July 20. 1838, in West Lebanon. Wayne County. 0. 
Died Mar. 24. 1890. in Wooster. Wa>ne Count\. 0. Buried there. 
MARRIED to Robert Johnston- Cunningham of Pennsylvania. 

(5ee Cunningham Family, page 243-244) 
His occupation: Dentist. 
He was born Aug. 27, 1833, in Wooster, 0. 
He died July 15, 1912, in Wooster, 0. Buried there. 
He graduated 1855 in dentistry, Wayne County, 0. 
HIS PARENTS: James' and Hannah (Finley) Cunningham. 

(See Cunningham Family, page 243) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

iSee Cunningham Family, page 243) 
TWO CHILDREN of Mariah (Johnston) and Robert Johnston^ Cunningham: 
(1) Lura Ethel' Cunningham 

Born Jan. 24, 1870, in Wooster. O. Died Nov., 1914, in Wooster, 0. 
UNMARRIED. 



THK HOY I) FAMILY 89 

(2) LeRoy Jolinslon (liiniiingliani 

Born No\. 25, IJJTu. in W'ooster. O. 

Died Aug. 9, 1930, in Manitou Springs. Cold. Hiiricd in Wooster, 0. 

MARRIED lo Annal.elle McCnllouph. 
His occupation: Dentist. 

He graduated 1902 in dentistrx fioni Ohio Medical University. He was 
practicing in Shewano. Wis., uiu-n he married Annabelle. 

She died 1913 in Dayton, 0. Buried in Minneapolis. Minn. 

HER PARENTS were in the lumber business. 

She had a SISTER who married a Mr. Lillabridge of Sliewano. Wis. 

CHILDREN: None. 

LeRoy Johston' Cunningham MARRIED second Oct. !'.. 1913. to Nellie 

Ethel GrifTm in Dayton, 0. 
She was born June 27, 1878. in Wliilney Point. N.V. 

Living 1935 in Manitou Springs. Colo. (42 Manitou Blvd. I. 
HER PARENTS: Justus Porter and Anna I Duiihaiii 1 Grillln. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Minnie Louise Grifhn. husband, Flo>d Ambrose Taft. 
CHILDREN: None. 
Robert Johnston^ Cunningham MARRIED second May 25. 1892. to Alice Emma 

Lawrence in Wooster, 0. 
She was born June 2. 1863. in Wooster. 0. 

Living 1935 in Wooster. O. I 107 E. Larwill St. I . 

HER PARENTS: Daniel A. and Catherine Louise I Strubbe ) Lawrence. 

CHILDREN: None. 

Alice Emma Lawrence MARRIED second July 24. 1919. to George Washington 

McClelland in Wooster, 0. 
His occupation : Farmer. 
He was born Apr. 9. 184 I. 

He died Nov. 24, 1921. in Woosler. 0. Buried in Hopewell, 0. 
CHILDREN: None. 

ANDREW WANDLESS JOHNSTON 

Born June 27. 1840. in Wayne County. O. 

Died Dec. 22. 1900. in Canton. 0. Buried there. 

MARRIED to Amanda Moles in Massillon. 0. 

His occupation: Saddler. 

She was born Sept., 1840 in Dalton. O. 

She died Nov. 17, 1900. in Canton, 0. Buried there. 

HER PARENTS: Levi and Hettie Ester (Martin) Moles. 

(They were of French extraction and came from France, settling in Virginia.) 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Charles Emerson Moles, wife. Nancy Jalina Johnston. 

{See page 90-9r) 
Henry Clay Moles, 

George Marion Moles. 

W.infield Scott Moles. L nmarried. 

Laura Hanna Moles, husband. Jacob Henry Miller. 

Jacob Van Buren Moles, wife, Abigail Hellegas (supposedly). 

(He enlisted in the Civil War from Council Bluffs, or Des Moines, la., and 
was killed in Battle of Corinth. I 
Nathaniel Columbus Moles, wife. Hannah Jones. 



90 THE BOYD FAMILY 

FOUR CHILDREN of Nathaniel Columbus and Hannah (Jones) Moles: 

(1) Daisy Moles 

Born June 24, 1879, in Massillon, 0. (Originally Brookfield, 0.) 

Living 1935 in Massilon. O. (138 Wales Road). 
MARRIED July 12, 1910. to Sylvester Burd in Wooster, O. 
Their ONE CHILD. Byron Beecher Burd. born Apr. 16. 1913, in Massillon. 
0. Living 1935 in Massillon. 0. 

(2) Charles Moles, wife. Augusta Groyear. 

(3) Elwood Moles, wife. Sadie Pearson. 

(4) Howard Moles. 

ONE CHILD of Andrew Wandless and Amanda (Moles) Johnston: 
Maynard Arthur Johnston 
Born Mar. 30, 1876, in Waterloo. Ind. 

Living 1935 in Manitou. Colo. (General Delivery). 

His occupation: Oklahoma Auto Camp, Manitou, Colo. 

MARRIED Sept. 11. 1906, to Martha Eleanor Keene in Alameda. Calif. 

His occupation: Hardware merchant. (Hay ward Hardware Co.). 

She was born May 9, 1876. in Milo. Me. 

She died Dec. 16. 1932. in Hayward, Calif. 

HER PARENTS: Lyman A. and Melissa (Marden) Keene. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: Not known. 

ONE CHILD of Maynard Arthur and Martha Eleanor (Keene) Johnston: 
Pauline Mary Johnston 

Born Aug. 30, 1910. in Alameda. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Hayward, Calif. (R.F.D. %2. Box 310, Sunset Blvd.). 
MARRIED Sept. 1. 1933. to Joseph Thomas Harman in Hayward, 

Calif. 
His occupation: Musician. 
He was born Apr. 21. 1906. in Oakland, Calif. 

Living 1935 in Hayward, Calif. (R.F.D. p, Box 310, Sunset Blvd.). 
HIS PARENTS: Joseph Dee and Bertha Marv Harman. 
HIS BROTHER (no sisters): 

Samuel Joseph Harman. 
CHILDREN: None. 

8. NANCY JALINA JOHNSTON 

Born Mar. 24, 1846, in West Lebanon. Wa\ ne County. 0. 

Died June 1. 1888, in Wilmot, 0. 

MARRIED 1870 to Charles Emerson Moles in Wilmot, 0. 

(5ee page 89-90) 
His occupation: Blacksmith. 
He was born Apr. 12, 1851. in Wilmot, 0. 
He died July 14. 1921, in Alliance. 0. Buried there. 
HIS PARENTS: Levi and Hetty Ester (Martin) Moles. 

(See page 89-90) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(5ee page 89-90) 
FOUR CHILDREN of Nancy Jalina (Johnston) and Charles Emerson Moles: 
( 1 ) Mettle Mable Moles 

Born Feb. 26, 1872, in Wilmot. 0. 

Died July 1, 1930, in Bremen, Ga. Buried in Alliance. 0. 

MARRIED Oct. 10, 1905, to John Shoemaker Reese in Akron. 0. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 91 

They lived in Salem, O.. in 192«. 

His occupation: Printer. 

He was born Mar. 7. li>59. in Harrisburg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Canton, 0. (1321 High Ave. S.W.). 
HIS PARENTS: John Wesley and Annie (Shoemaker) Reese: 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
William Charles Reese 

CHILDREN: None. 

(2) Laura Ester Moles 

Born Aug. 9, 1873. Died in infancy. 

(3) Minnie Estella Moles 

Born Feb. 22. 187.5. Died in infancy. 

(4) William Boyd Moles 

(It is thought the name first gi\iMi iiim was William Ashmore, but later 
it was changed to William Boyd.) 
Born Nov. 29, 1877, in Wilmot, 0. 
Died Jan. 12, 1927, in Columbus. O. Buried there. 
MARRIED 1917 to Minna in Canton, 0. 

(They separated.) 
His occupation : Sheet melal worker. 

Living 1935 in Akron, 0. 

CHILDREN: None. 
Charles Emerson Moles MARRIED second Nov. 18, 1888, to Nellie 

in Cleveland, 0. 
She was born Sept. 16, 1841. She died in 1918 in Canton, O. 

CHILDREN: None. 

ARIMINDA EMMELINE (MINNIE) JOHNSTON 

Born July 29, 1845, in West Lebanon, 0. 

Died June 9, 1921, in Akron. O. 

MARRIED Dec. 24, 1874, to James Stinson of Wayne County, 0. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born May 29, 1827. in Dalton. 0. 

He died Oct. 2, 1909, in Akron. 0. 

HIS PARENTS: David and Elizabeth (McCaulleyl Stinson. 

tSee pa^e 87 ) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 87) 

TWO CHILDREN of Ariminda Emmeline (Minnie I (Johnston) and James 
Stinson : 

(1) Amy Madge Stinson 

Born Sept. 26, 1875, in Dalton, 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron. 0. (425 Spicer St. I. 

MARRIED Dec. 28. 1899, to Jacob Womard Rannels, in Dalton, 0. 

His occupation: Interior decorator and painting contractor. 

He was born Feb. 1, 1875. in Apple Creek. 0. 

He died June 27, 1935, in Akron. 0. Buried in Dalton. 0. 

HIS PARENTS: William and Anna (Davidson) Rannels. 



92 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Elniina Rannels. husband. Sam Colp. 

Ernest Tiltoii Rannels. wife, Daisy Sattler. 

Dora May Rannels. husband. Calvin Hauenstein. 

Esther Bell Rannels. husband, Ike Jones. 

Clyde Rannels, wife. Rose Bouchter. 

Gertrude Rannels. husband. Lee Biddinger. 

Ralph Rannels. wife. Mary Smith. 

Earl Otto Rannels. wife. Carrie Frizell. 

ONE CHILD of Amv Madge (Stinsoni and Jacob Woniard Rannels: 
Helen Lucile Rannels 
Born Jan. \V,. 1901. in Akron. O. 

Livin>r 193.5 in Akron. 0. (425 Spicer St.). 
UNMARRIED. 
(2) James Raymond Stin§on 

Born Apr. 11. 1886: died Aug. 17. 1886, in Dalton. 0. 
James Stinson MARRIED lirst Jan. 2. 18.55. to Margaret Lavina Johnston in West 
Lebanon. O. 

(See page 87) 

SEVEN CHILDREN OF MARY MARIA (BOYD) WARFEL AND 

CHARLES WARFEL 

I See page 54-55 I 

1. AMANDA ELIZABETH' WARFEL (Charles. George% George^ 

Born May 18. 1834. in Harrison County. 0. 

Died Feb. 19. 1917. in Fort Gay. W. Va. Buried there in Fairview Cemetery. 

MARRIED Oct. 13. 1859, to James Hammond of Shortcreek Twp.. Harrison 

County. 0.. in Cadiz. 0. 
His occupation: Farmer. 

They removed to Fort Gay. W. Va., in May 1876. 
He was born June 24. 1829. in Harrisville, 0. 

He died Feb. 19, 1897. in Fort Gay. W. Va. Buried there in Fairview Cemetery. 
HIS PARENTS: Alexander and Elizabeth Hanna Hammond. 

HIS BROTHERS AND f^ISTERS: 

John Hammond. wife. Nancy 

Esther Hammond. husband. Robert Hanna. 

Archibald Hammond, wife. Agnes 

Margaret Hammond. I twin I husband. Johnson Hawthorne. 

Alexander Hammond. I twin I wife. Elizabeth Logan. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Amanda Elizabelli' I Warfel I and James Hammond: 

(1) Elizabeth Mary Hammond (5) Frank Disart Hammond 

(2) Charles .\lexander Hammond (6) William Hanna Hammon«l 

(3) Robert Johnston Hammond (7) Infant son (unnamed) 

(4) Harry Alvin Hammond (8) Winona .\manda Hammond 

iFor their records, see page 127-129) 
James Hammond MARRIED first May 17. 1851. to Sarah Minteer. 
She died Aug. J. 1858. 

TWO CHILDREN of James and Sarah (Minteer) Hammond: 
(1) Junius D. Hammond 

Born July 24. 1856. in Harrisville. O. 
Died Oct. .5. 1876. in Fort Gav. W. Va. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 93 

(2) Joseph Minteer Haininond 

Born Apr. 0. 1858. in Hanisv illc. (). 
Place of death iiiiknown. 

MARY JANE^ WARFEL (Charles , George% George) 

Born Feb. 27, 1836, in Cadiz. Harrison County. 0. 

Died Mar. 7, 1922. in Cadiz. Harrison Countv. 0. Buried there. 

UNMARRIED. 

Note: The Boyd and Warjel Family records compiled by her in 1879 were used 
as a basis jar provinf^ many oj lh& early records here presented. 

MARTHA ELLEN' WARFEL (Charles , George^ George) 

Born July 23. 1838. in Cadiz. Harrison County, 0. 

Died July 13. 1846. Buried in Cadiz. Harrison County. 0. 

HARRIET LAVINA^ WARFEL (Charles . George, George) 

Born Oct. 19. 1840. in Harrison Countv. 0. 

Died Jan. 4, 1871. Buried in Cadiz. 0. 

MARRIED Nov. 22. 1866. to Jolui B. Ilawlhorne of Harrisville. 0., by Rev. W. 

F. Meloy. 
He was living 1922 in Los Angeles. Calif. 1 1236 West Eighth St.). 
ONE CHILD of Harriet Lavina^ (Warfcl I and John B. Hawthorne: 

Charles Warfel Hawthorne 

Born May 16. 1868. 

Died Nov. 27. 1877. Buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Cass County, Mo. 

MALINDA LOUISE^ WARFEL (Charles , George-, George) 

Born Feb. 1, 1843, in Cadiz. Shortcreek Twp.. Harrison County. 0. 

Died July 3. 1911, in Bismarck. N.D. Buried there. 

MARRIED Aug. 20, 1868, to Dr. Benjamin Franklin Slaughter of Kentucky, in 

Cadiz, O., by Rev. W. F. Meloy. 
His occupation: Physician and Arm\ Surgeon. 17th Infantry, at Fort Rice. Dakota 

Territory, where he went i}i 1870. In 1872 he was transferred to Fort Hancock, 

Dakota Territory. He was the (iisl doclor in tiie territory. Fort Hancock is now 

the site of Bismarck, N.D. 
He was born Apr. 10, 1843, in Bardslown, Ky. 
He died Dec. 26. 1896. in Bismarck. N.D. Buried there. 

HIS PARENTS: Dr. Daniel and Miss (Castleman) Slaughter of Kentucky. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: None. 
The following is contributed by Mrs. J. A. Burgum. daughter, regarding her 

mother: 

"She taught school in Cadiz. Oiiio. and later uas the first teacher in Bismarck. 
N.D. She attended Oberlin College and was sent as a Home Missionary, by the 
Presbyterian Board to teach the Freedom of the South, in Kentucky. It was here 
that she met and married Dr. Slaughter, a graduate in medicine of the Uni- 
versity of Kentuckv. who had served ii\c vears during the Civil War as surgeon 
to the 55th Kentucky Volunteers. He remained in the army after they were 
married and they spent their first years at Fort Hombolt, Tenn. During their 
stay here. Mrs. Slaughter published her writings. 'Early Efforts.' 'Summering 
in the South.' and 'Freedom of the Soiilli." 

"When the 17th Infantry was ordered to Fort Rice. Dakota Territory in 1870 
they went from the South to the Frontier West, by railroad and steamboat. 

"They lived two years in the walled fort surrounded by hostile Indians, and 
in 1872. the 17th Infantry was ordered to form a temporary fort called Fort 
Hancock, which was later the site of the City of Bismarck, N.D. 

"This company of soldiers guarded the surveyors of the Northern Pacific 
in 1872 against the attacks of the Indians, led bv Sitting Bull. 



94 THE BOYD FAMILY 

"The City of Bismarck grew rapidly as the railroad was built, and Dr. 
Slaughter resigned from the army and was appointed postmaster. Mrs. Slaughter 
was appointed the first County Superintendent of Schools and was re-elected 
for three terms. She also wrote sketches and letters for eastern journals and 
serials for the Bismarck Tribune. 'From Fortress to Farm,' and she was the 
outstanding woman in the Dakota? in the 70 s and 80"s." 

FOUR CHILDREN of Malinda Louise^ I Warfel I and Dr. Benjamin Franklin 
Slaughter: 

(1) Roselind Castleinan Slaughter (3) Frank Warfel Slaughter 

(2) Jessamine Southern Slaughter (4) Linnie Lee Slaughter 

{For their records, see page 129-130) 

6. MARL4 ADALINE^ WARFEL (Charles, George-. George') 

Born Apr. 15. 1846. in Cadiz, O. 

Died Dec. 3L 1895, in Cadiz. 0. Buried there. 

UNMARRIED. 

7. ALVIN BOYD* WARFEL (Charles% George% George') 

Born Jan. 15, 1849. in Shortcreek Twp.. Harrison County. 0. 
Died Dec. 30, 1935. in Columbus. 0. Buried in Cadiz. 0. 
His occupation: Photographer and printer. 
UNM.ARRIED. 



EIGHT CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH (BOYD) WELDAY AND 

JOHN SMITH WELDAY 

(5ee page 55-56) 

1. BAXTER* WELDAY (John Smithy David Howard-, Jolin') 

Born May 15. 1843. on a farm near Bloomfield. 0. 

Died Oct.. 1849, on a farm near Bloomfield, O. 

Buried at Long's Church, near Smithfield. Jefferson County. 0. 

2. MARTHA A^N^ WELDAY (John Smith , David Howard, John) 

Born Mar. 18. 1845, on a farm near Bloomfield. O. 

Died Apr. 30. 1864, on a farm near Bloomfield. 0. Buried in Bloomfield, 0. 

3. MADISON* WELD.4Y (John Smilh% David Howard-, John) 

Born Jan. 17. 1847. on a farm near Bloomfield. 0. 

Died Oct.. 1849. on a farm near Bloomfield. 0. 

Buried at Long's Church, near Smithfield. Jefferson County. 0. 

4. WILLIAM BOYD* WELDAY (John Smith , David Howard-, John') 

Born Nov. 22. 1849. near Bloomfield, Jefferson County. 0. 

Died Sept. 11. 1931, in Steuben ville. 0. Buried there in Union Cemetery. 

MARRIED Xov. 22, 1877. to Eliza McMaster in Richmond. 0. 

His occupation : Farmer and carpenter contractor. 

They resided in Wooster. '^ oungstown. and Steubenville. O. 

She was born June 15, 1855, near Amsterdam. 0. 

She died Mar. 14. 1930. in Cleveland'. 0. Buried in Lorain, 0. 

HER PARENTS: James Crawford and Catherine (Nicholson) McMaster. 



THE BO^ D FAMILY 95 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William C. McMaster. wife, Lama Coe. 

James Gilbert McMaster, wife. Margaret A. Crawford. 

Hannah Ellen McMaster, Unmarried. 

Mary Ann McMaster. husband. William A. McCausland. 

Margaret Jane McMaster, husband. John McKenzie. 

Florence McMaster. Lnmarried. 

Christina McMaster. Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of William Boyd^ and Eliza (McMaster) Welday: 

(1) John Oliver Welday 

Born Sept. 21, 187<>, in Unionporl. 0. 

Died Jan. 19, 1916, in Oklahoma City, Okla. Buried in Lorain, 0. 

His occupation: School principal, high school debate coach and newspaper 

work in Oklabonia Citv. Okla. 
UNMARRIED. 

(2) Cora McMaster Welday 

Born Sept. 10, 1880. in Unionporl. 0. 

Living 19.3.S in Cleveland. 0. (1911 East 93rd St.). 

Her occupation: High school English teacher. Cleveland. O. 

UNMARRIED. 

DAVID^ WELD.4Y (John Sniilh\ David Howard-, John) 

Born Sept. 9, 1851. near Bloomfield. 0. 

Died Aug. 6. 1864. in Unionport. 0. Buried in Bloomfield. 0. 

HANNAH MARY^ WELDAY (John Smith. David Howard . John) 

Born Sept. 25. 1853, near Bloomfield. 0. 

Died Dec. 22. 1908, in Chicago. 111. Buried there. 

MARRIED Apr. 6, 1871. to John C. Harter in Steubenville, 0. 

Resided in Steubenville. 0. 

His occupation: Proprietor of Harter's Hotel in Steubenville. (N. 1th St.) 

He was born in Steubenville, 0. He died (probably) in Steubenville. 0. 

TWO CHILDREN of Hannah Mary' (Welday) and John C. Harter: 

(1) John Welday Harter 

Born Jan. 31. 1873. in Steubenville. 0. 

Believed not living. 

He started on a trip to Chicago, but never arrived there. 

UNMARRIED. 

(2) Oliver Vernon Harter 

Born Feb. 21, 1875. in Steubenville. 0. 

Died Apr. 12. 1917. in Chicago. 111. Buried there. 

MARRIED 1897 to Josephine Emerson in Toledo. 0. 

His occupation. Restaurant keeper. 

She was born in Toledo. 0. 

She died. 1899, in Chicago, 111. Buried in Toledo, 0. 

HER SISTER (no brothers): 

Florence Emerson. 
ONE CHILD of Oliver VeriuMi and Josephine ( Emerson I Harter: 

Laura Cecile Harter 

Born Aug. 22. 1898. in Chicago. 111. 

Living 1935 in Toledo. 0. (103 13th St. Taft Apt. No. 1). 
MARRIED May, 1920 to W>sley Clinton Bates in Toledo. 0. 



96 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Her occupation: Bell Telephone Company in Ohio. 
He was born Jan. 21. 

He died May. 1928. in Toledo. 0. Buried there. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Betty Bates, husband. Hardy Miller, Jr. 

THREE CHILDREN of Laura Cecile (Harter) and Wesley Clinton 
Bates: 

(1) Wesley Clinton Bates 

Born Jan. 21. 1921. in Toledo, 0. 

(2) Joanne Caroline Bates 

Born Dec. 22. 1923. in Toledo. 0. 

(3) Robert Bates 

Born May 17. 1928. in Toledo. 0. 
Oliver \ ernon Harter MARRIED second 1909 to Jessie Belle An- 
derson in Chicago. 111. 
She was born in Canada. 

She died May 2.5. 1920. in Chicago. 111. Buried there. 
CHILDREN: None. 

7. NANCY ELIZABETH* W ELDAY (John Sniith% David Howard% John') 

Born Jan. 8. 1858. near Bloomfield. 0. 

Died Mar. 11, 1912. in Akron. 0. Buried in Unionport. 0. 

MARRIED May 18. 1876. to David Alvin Belts in Unionport. 0. 

His occupation: Storekeeper. 

He was born near L^nionport. 0. 

He died in E. St. Louis. Buried in Unionport, 0. 

HIS PARENTS: McCourtnev and Sarah (Jamison) Betts. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Winfield Scoit Betts. wife. Amanda Albaugh. 

Newton E. Betts. wife. Kiturah Adrian. 

THREE CHILDREN of Nancy Elizabeth (Weldayl and David .\lvin Betts: 

(1) Otto Clyde Betts 

Born in Unionport. 0. Died in infancy in Unionport, 0. 

(2) Sarah Myrtle Betts 

Born July 26. 1884. in Unionport. 0. 

Died Feb. 25. 1907. in Coshocton, 0. Buried there. 

MARRIED June. 1903. to Torrens Stewart in Coshocton, 0. 

His occupation: Machinist. 

He was born in Coshocton. 0. 

HIS PARENTS: James R. Stewart. 
CHILDREN: None. 

(3) Ernest Welday Bells 

Born about 1890 in Unionport. O. 

Living 1935 in East St. Louis. 111. 

MARRIED about 1910 to Hazel Faniilton of West Lafayette, 0. 

His occupation: Employed by International Harvester Company. 

He is living 1935 in East St. Louis, 111. 

ONE CHILD of Ernest Welday and Hazel iFamilton) Betts: 
Byron Faniilton Belts 

Born 1911 in Akron. O. 

Living 1935 in East St. Louis. 111. 
UNMARRIED. 



THE BO-i n FAMILY 97 

8. LAURA MALINDA' WELDAV (John Smith . David Howard. John) 

Born Aug. <>. 1860. in Jeffci-soti County. O. 

Died Mar. 6. 1921. near Unionijoil. O. Buried lliere. 

MARRIED Aug. 26. 1885. to .Joseph Harper Wils.... in Uiiinnporl. 0. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

Resided in Panhandle. Jefferson Count). (). 

He was born Pel). 21. l<">6fl. in Florence. I*a. 

He is living 1935 in Steulienville. (). 

HIS PARENTS: Samuel .and Margaret i Harper ( Wilson. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Cyrus Vincent Wilson, wife. Henrietta Van Camp. 

Lena Jeanette Wilson, husband. Winfield C Raish. 

Jane Elizabeth Wilson, 

Lillian Dora Wilson. 

Vienna Mary Wilson. 

Margaret Themor Eleanor Wilson, husband. Alexander Skelley Scott. 

THREE CHILDREN of Laura Malinda' ( Webhn I and Joseph Harper Wilson: 

(1) Infant son (unnamed) 

Born May 10. 1886: died May 14. 1886. near Unionport. O. Buried there. 

(2) Cyru8 Welday Wilson 

Born Aug. 22. 1888. in I nionport. O. 

Living 19.15 in Steubein ille. (). (.528 Market St. I 
His occupation: General liusiness. storage garage. 
UNMARRIED. 

(3) Margaret Elizabeth Wilson 

Born Jan. 20. 1895. in L Tii<)n|)ort. O. 

Living 19.35 in Winters\ ille. 0. (K.F.D. }J2. Steubenville, 0.1. 
MARRIED May U. 1921. to Theodore McKinley Brown in Wintersville. O. 
His occupation: Truck driver. 
He was born Julv 21. 1900. in Kiiiuloun. I'a. 

Living 1935 in Wintersville. (). iB.F.D. #2. Steubenville. 0.1. 

HIS PARENTS: Chauncy Smith and Mary Malinda ( Foose ) Brown of 

Wintersville. 0. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Garrett Brown, wife, Eula May Huff. 

Margaret Catherine Brown, husband. Russell Celester Lutz. 

SIX CHILDREN of Margaret Elizabeth I Wilson I and Theodore M.'Kinhn 
Brown : 

( 1 ) James Victor Brown 

Born Apr. 16. 1925. in Wintersville. 0. 

(2) Laura Mary Brown 

Born Nov. 8. I92(). in W iiilei -v ille. O. 

(3) Avis Mae Brown 

Born Apr. 27. 1928. in W inici^ville. 0. 

(4) Charles Edward Brown 

Born Jan. 7. 1930. in W intiM>v ille, O. 

(5) David Wayne Brown 

Born Au2. 8. 1931. in Wintersville. O. 



98 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(6) Walter Russell Brown 

Born Apr. 29. 1934, in WintersviUe. 0. 

Joseph Harper Wilson MARRIED second Feb. 21. 1924, to Mary Jane (Rogers) 
Griffith. 

NINE CHILDREN OF MARTHA (BOYD) FERGUSON AND 

SAMUEL FERGUSON 

(See page 56) 

1. MARGARET BETHIA FERGUSON 

Born Jan. 31. 1842. in Jefferson County. 0.. on the Ferguson Farm. 
Died May 8. 1924. in WintersviUe. Jefferson County. 0. 

MARRIED Oct. 24, 1861, to Alexander Smith'' Welday of Jefferson County. 0.. on 
the Ferguson Farm, by Rev. John Watson. 

(See Welday Family, page 305) 
Resided in Steubenville, O. (R.F.D. §2). 
His occupation: Farming (on his farm near Cresswell. 0., where he spent most 

of his life before moving to WintersviUe and Steubenville. 0.) 
He was born May 23. 1836. in Bloomfield. 0. 
He died Dec. 31. 1926. in WintersviUe. O. 
HIS PARENTS: David Howard^ and Hannah (Smith) Welday. 

(See Welday Family, page 303-304) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

John Smith^. Jacob Smith'', Henry Smith^. Samuel Smith\ Elizabeth Smith\ 
David Smith''', Samuel Smith^, Mary Smith''. Nancy Smith'^. Oliver Smith^, 
Hannah Smiths William Sniith\ and Joseph Smith" Welday. 

(See page 56 and 99) 
(See Welday Family, page 303-304) 
FIVE CHILDREN of Margaret Betliia (Ferguson) and Alexander Smith^ Welday: 

(1) John Albert^ Welday (4) Samuel Ferguson^ Welday 

(2) Mary Alena* Welday (5) Hannah Malinda^ Welday 

(3) Martha Lizzie* Welday 

[For their records, see page 130-132) 

2. ROBERT JOHN FERGUSON 

Born July 28. 1845. in Bloomfield, Jefferson Countv, 0. 

Died Apr. 9. 1926, in WintersviUe. Jefferson County, 0. 

MARRIED Jan. 1872. to Matilda Eunice Holmes in Coshocton, 0.. by Rev. Brown. 

His occupation: Carpenter. 

Resided in WintersviUe and Bloomingdale, 0. 

She was born Oct. 31. 1845. in Richmond, Jefferson County. 0. 

She died Jan. 22, 1881. in Bloomfield. Jefferson County, 0. 

HER PARENTS: Roland and Rachel (Sweazy) Holmes. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Holmes, wife, Irena Phillips. 

Thomas Holmes, wife. Ada Scott. 

Nancy Holmes, husband. John McCoy. 

Elizabeth Holmes, husband. Rev. Samuel L. Dickey. 

Catherine Holmes. Unmarried. 

Sarah Holmes. Unmarried. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Robert John and Matilda Eunice (Holmes) Ferguson: 

(1) Nancy Bethia Ferguson (4) Samuel Holmes Ferguson 

(2) Sarah Margaret Ferguson (5) John William Ferguson 

(3) Dora Maude Ferguson 

(For their records, see page 133-135) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 99 

Robert John Feifjuson MARRIED second Sept. 9. 1891, to Hannah Smith' Welday 
in Jefferson County, 0. 

(See Welday Family, page 304) 
She was born May 19, 1815. in Blooinfiebl. Jefferson County, 0. 
She died May 31, 1926, in Wintersville. Jefferson County. 0. 
HER PARENTS: David Howard^ and Hannah (Smith) Welday. 

{See Welday Family. pap,e 303) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 98) 

{See Welday Family, page 303-304) 
CHILDREN: None. 

3. WILLIAM BOYD FERGUSON 

Born Sept. 4, 1847, in Bloomingdale. Jefferson County. 0. 

Living 1935 in Central City, Nebr. (R.F.D. Jl). 

Moved to Nebraska in 1903. 

MARRIED Feb. 12. 1880, to Ida Florence Cherryholmes, in Crawfordsville, la., 

by Rev. Hayes. 
His occupation : Farmer. 
She was born Nov. 11, 1856. in Crawfordsville. la. 

Living 1935 in Central City, Nebr. (R.F.D. fll. 

HER PARENTS: John and Mary Anne (Harper I Cherryholmes. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Austin Harrison Cherryholmes. Unmarried. 

Wallace Abraham Cherryholmes, wife, Martha Jane Ferguson. 

(No relative.) 

James Harper Cherryholmes. wife, Tillie Eliza Cowie. 

Harlen Deniuth Cherryholmes, wife, Jennie Crooks. 
SIX CHILDREN of William Boyd and Ida Florence (Cherryholmes) Ferguson: 

(1) Albert Harper Ferguson (4) Boyd Swan Ferguson 

(2) Ethel Ann Ferguson (5) Leona Florence Ferguson 

(3) Bessie Mae Ferguson (6) Mary Viola Ferguson 

{For their records, see page 136-139) 

4. JAMES MADISON FERGUSON 

Born Oct. 22, 1819, in Jefferson Countv. 0. 

Died Jan. 18, 1922, in New Philadelphia, 0. Buried there. 

MARRIED Oct.. 1875. to Nancy Jane Bowers of Jefferson County, 0.. by Rev. 

Eaky. 
Resided in New Philadelphia. 0. Removed to Crawfordsville. la., in 1877. 
His occupation: Merchant. 
She was born Oct. 22, 1849, in Reeds Mills. 0. 
She died Feb. 15. 1925. in New Philadelphia, 0. Buried there. 
HER PARENTS: Jacob and Ellen (Osborne) Bowers. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

James Bowers, wife, Lida Davis. 

Joseph C. Bowers, wife, Hannah Scott. 

Ellen Bowers, husband. George Lawson. 

CHILDREN: None. 

5. SARAH ELIZABETH FERGUSON 

Born June 11, 1852, in Jefferson County, O. 

Died Feb. 26, 1930, in Bloomfield. Jefferson County, 0. 

MARRIED Sept. 1. 1892, to George Leander Fisher, in Jefferson County, 0. 

His occupation: Farming. 



100 THE BOYD FAMILY 

He was born June 8. 1S58. in Wintersville. 0. 

Livinp 1935 in Bloomfield. Jefferson County. 0. (P.O. is Blooniingdale). 

HIS PARENTS: Samuel and Mary Ann Fisher. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

James Howard Fisher, wife. Ada May Stark. 

Edward Elsworth Fisher. luniarried. 

CHILDREN: None. 

6. SAMUEL THOMAS FERGUSON 

Born Oct. 22, 1854. in Bloonifield, Jefferson County, 0. 
Died Apr. 26. 1880. in Bloomfield. Jefferson County. 0. 
UNMARRIED. 

7. GEORGE HERCULES FERGUSON 

Born Mar. 1. 1857, in Reeds Mills. 0. 

Died July 21. 1929. in New Philadelphia. 0. Buried there. 

MARRIED Feb. 20, 1883. to Clarissa Leedi in New Comerstown, 0. 

His occupation: Grocer. 

She was born Nov. 10. 1860, in Bakersville. O. 

She is living 1935 in New Philadelphia. O. (125 Third St. N.W.). 
HER PARENTS: Samuel and Sarah (Rigglel Leech. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

John Leech, wife, Laura Davis. 

William Leech, wife. Ennna Shoemaker. 

Robert Leech, wife, Jessie Stephen. 

Samuel Leech, wife. Ola Johns. 

Sarah Elizabeth Leech, husband. I homas Ro\ Wilson. 
Anna Belle Leech, husband. Bart C. Geese. 

FIVE CHILDREN of George Hercules and Clarissa ( Leecli I Ferguson: 

(1) Clifford Leroy Ferguson (4) Nina Florence Ferguson 

(2) Enintett Leech Ferguson (.■>) Carrell Boyd Ferguson 

(3) .4udra Elizabeth Ferguson 

{Far their rerordx. see fxiiie 139-140) 

8. ALBERT AMBROSE FERGUSON 

Born Sept. 26. 1859. in Jefferson County. 0. 

Living 1935 in Des Moines. la. ( 1345-E W. Norton Ave.). 
MARRIED Jan. 20. 1887. to Anna Hasseltine Martin in Genoa. la. 
His occupation : Farmer. 
She was born Jan. 28. 1864. in St. John, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Des Moines. la. 1 1345-E W. Norton Ave.). 

HER PARENTS: James Luther and Corimia Calesta (Guernesy) Martin. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Mabel Corinna Martin, husband. Henry Weist. 

Gertrude Martha Martin, husband. William Gordon. 

Abbie Ruth Martin, husband. W illiam Monteith. 

TWO CHILDREN of Albert Ambrose and Anna Hasseltine (Martin) Ferguson: 
( 1 ) Edna Alberta Ferguson 

Born Sept. 12. 1889. in Keith County. Nebr. 

Living 1935 in Whipple. Ariz. (Veterans' Nurse). 
UNMARRIED. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 101 

(2) Mabel Corinna Ferguson 

Born July 11. Iu93, in Keith County. Nebr. 

Living 1935 in De? Moines. la. 
UNMARRIED. 

9. ELMER ELLSWORTH FERGUSON 

Born July 5, 1862. in Bloomfielcl. Jefferson County, 0. 

Died Jan. 11. 1922. in Bloonifield. Jefferson County, 0. Buried there. 

MARRIED Dec. 25. 1887, to Jessie Chalfant in Reeds Mills. 0. 

Divorced. 

Resided in Logansport, Ind. 

His occupation: Painter. 

She was born in New Alexandria, 0. 

HER PARENTS: George and Mary (Cox) Chalfant. 
CHILDREN: None. 

Elmer Ellsworth Ferguson MARRIED second 1897 to Mary Rhodes in Logans- 
port, Ind. 
Divorced. 
CHILDREN: None. 



TWO CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN PARRISH BOYD AND 
NANNIE BETTY (WAYLAND) BOYD 

(See page 57-58) 

1. DERWOOD" BOYD (Benjamin Parrish', John D.\ Williani% William', 

William-, William) 
Born about 1873-74. 

Died aged less than one jear. He swallowed a splinter. 
Buried in Rogers Cemetery, Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

2. KAREN' BOYD (Benjamin I'arrisli . John D.\ William% William, Wil- 

liam-, William' ) 

Born Oct. 18. 1876. in Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

Died Oct. 30, 1927, in Butler. Mo., in an automobile accident. 

Buried in the Boyd Cemetery Lot, Butler. Mo. 

MARRIED Oct. 26, 1900. to Albert Ross Guyton in Butler. Mo. 

His occupation: Farmer and carpenter. 

He was born Nov. 29, 1873, in Lafayette County, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Kansas City. .Mo. (P.O. Box 6057.) 
HIS PARENTS: Joshua Wilson and Martha Anne (Mullis) Guyton. 
(They were married in September. 1863. ) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Frances Elizabeth Guyton. husband. Cornelius Silvers. 

Lydia Jane Guyton. husband, Thomas Lester Beach. 

Robert Ennis Guyton, Unmarried. 

Irene Wilson Guyton, husband, Fieldina Ray Griffith. 

Ola Emma Guyton. Unmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Karen' (Boyd I and Albert Ross Guyton: 
Bert Boyd Guyton 
Born Mar. 14. 1902. in Butler. Bates County, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Butler. Mo. (208 West Ft. Scott St.) 
MARRIED Nov. 1, 1933. to Ellen Jean Halland in Liberty. Mo. 
His occupation: Proprietor of electric shop. Butler, Mo. 



Merie 




Halland. 


John 




Halland, 


Jesse 




Halland. 


Hazel 


Olive 


Halland. 


Elmer 




Halland. 



102 THE BOYD FAMILY 

She was horn Sept. 7. lydij. in W'ildrose, N.D. 

Living 1935 in Butler. Mo. 1 208 West Ft. Scott St. I 
HER FAREMS: Edward Jurgen and Grethe (LiknessI Halland. 
He was born May 30, 1879. in Wildrosc, N.D. 
She was born Dec. 19. 1880. in Wildrose. N.D. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Gilniore Johan Halland. wife. Ellen Jean. 

Belda Helena Halland. husband. Mathew John Schafer. 
husband. \\ alter E. Bilquist. 
L nmarried. 
L nniarried. 
L nniarried. 
I nniarried. 
CHILDREN: None. 



THREE CHILDREN OF MARIAH EMMA (BOYD) SPEER AND 
HENRY PEARSON' SPEER 

I .See page 60-61 ) 

1. JOHN BOYD SPEER (Henry Pearson% John) 

(Named after his grandfather. John D. Boyd. I 
Born July 1, 1871. in Bates County. Mo., on Speer Farm. 

Living 1935 in Escondido. Calif. 

MARRIED Dec. 19. 1900. to Maude Adell Garrison in Butler. Mo. 

His occupation: City hall work. 

Moved from Speer Farm w ith parents in 1889 to Butler, Mo. Moved to Escondido, 

Calif., with wife in 1918. 
She was born Dec. 8, 1871. in Butler. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Escondido. Calif. 

HER PARENTS: John Coe and Lxdia Bahama (Jewell I Garrison. 

They lived in Butler. Mo. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Gertrude Amelia Garrison, husband, Capt. Edward Payson Henry. 

Their children: Alice Bertha. Charles Edward and Walter Vi'hittier Henry. 
Mary Josephine Garrison, husband. Thomas Orr. 
Their children: Coll. Ed and Irene ( Orr I Allen. 
Frank Charles Garrison, Lnniarried. 

Living 1935 in Bisbee. Arizona. 
CHILDREN: None. 

2. MINNIE MAUDE SPEER (Henry Pear8on% John') 

Born Oct. 3. 1872, in Bates County, Mo., on Speer Farm. 

Living 1935 in Butler, Mo. 

MARRIED Dec. 6, 1893. to Louis Michael Deffenbaugh in Butler, Mo. 

Moved from Speer Farm with parents in 1889 to Butler. Mo. 

His occupation: Harness maker. 

He was born Sept. 1, 1866. in Athens. 0. 

Living 1935 in Butler. Mo. 

HIS PARENTS: Loring Pinknev and Isabelle Libby (Dent) Deffenbaugh. 

They lived in Butler. Mo. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: None. 



THE BO\U FAMILY 103 

ONE CHILD of Minnie Maude ■ (Spcer) and Louis Michael DcfTenl>auf;Ii. 
Ivan Charles Deffenbaugh 
Born Sept. 8, 1897, in Butler. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Kansas City. Mo. (LaSalle Hole!. Liiiwood ii. Harri.sou) 
MARRIED Sept. 4. 1920. to Florcme Louisa Rol.hins in Kansas City. Mo. 
His occupation: Mechanic. 
She was born Sept. 1 L 1898. in Winlersel. la. 

Living 1935 in Kansas City. Mo. (LaSalle Hotel, Linwood &: Harrison) 

HER PARENTS: Clyde Enunetl and Elizabeth Levvtie I Atcheson I Rob- 
bins. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Beulah Mae Robbins. husband. Harvey Bertch. 

CHILDREN: None. 

3. WILLIAM PERCY SPEER (Henry Pearson % John) 

Born June 24, 1880, in Bates County, Mo., on Speer Farm. 

Living 1935 in Tulsa, Okla. (1211 South Jamesiowu.l 

MARRIED Sept. 24, 1902, to Maud Cassandra Angle in Butler, Mo. 

Moved to Kansas City, Mo.. 1903: to Independence, Kan., 1907: and to Tulsa, 

Okla., 1932. 
His occupation: Farmer; salesman-purciiasing agent for Sinclair-Prairie Pipe 

Line Company. 
She was born Oct. 23. 1879. in Adrian, Mo. 
She died June 10. 1912. in Eldorado Springs, Mo. 
HER PARENTS: James R. Angle, of Butler, Mo. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ola Angle, husband, Charles E. Howard. 

Besse Angle, husband, George P. Kimberlin. 

Ethel Angle, husband, George Renter. 

Pearle Elizabeth Angle, husband, Joseph F. Cervantes. 

Dorothy Faye Angle, husband, Clyde M. Beach. 

TWO CHILDREN of William Percy^' and Maud Cassandra (Angle) Speer: 
(1) Henry Leigh* Speer 

Born Jan. 7, 1905. in Kansas City. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Pampa, Tex. (P. 0. Box 622.) 
MARRIED Nov. 23, 1927. to Venus Athiel Jones. 
Separated Oct. 1. 1933. Not divorced. 
His occupation: Sinclair Prairie Oil Co., Pampa, Tex. 
She was born Apr. 14. 1905. in Cherokee, Kan. 

Living 193b in Albuquerque. N. M. 

HER PARENTS: Robert Andrew and Mae (Ragan) Jones. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Vivian Roberta Jones, Ifnmarried. 
Dorothy Mae Jones, [inmarried. 

Gertrude Maxine Jones, Linnarried. 
Robert Maxwell Jones, Unmarried. 
Lou Ann Jones, Umnarried. 

ONE CHILD of Henry Leigh' and Venus Athiel (Jones) Speer: 
William Robert Speer 

Born Mar. 22. 1929, in Albuquerque, N. M. 



104 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(2) William Gerald^ Speer 

Boin Apr. 21, 1911, in Independence, Kan. 

Living 1935 in Topeka. Kan. (919 King St.) 

He graduated June. 1933. from Washburn College. Topeka, Kan. 

His occupation: Clerk in hardware and sporting goods house in Topeka, 

Kan. 
UNMARRIED 
William Percy' Speer MARRIED second July 9. 1914, to Gertrude (Breeding) 
Fruits in Independence. Kan. 

This marriage was dissolved Aug. 12. 1921. 

CHILDREN: None. 

William Percy' Speer MARRIED third Dec. 5. 1922. to Delia May (Palmer) 

Hayes in Oswego, Kan. 
She was born Sept. 22, 1881. near Longton. Kan. 

Living 1935 in Tulsa, Okla. (1211 South Jamestown.) 

HER PARENTS: Benjamin Franklin and Marv Susan (Lewis I Palmer. 

HER BROTHER (no sisters) : 

Benjamin Franklin Palmer, wife. Stella McGlasson. 
CHILDREN: None. 
Delia May (Palmer I MARRIED first to John Hayes: 

TWO CHILDREN of Delia Mav (Palmer) and John Hayes: 

(1) Ruby Helen Hayes 

Born' Oct. 3. 190l'. 

(2) Benjamin Franklin Hayes 

Born July 28, 1903. 

FIVE CHILDREN OF CLYDE HIRAM BOYD AND 
MARTHA FRANCES (SAVAGE) BOYD 

(.See page 63-64) 

1. GERALD JOSEPH^ BOYD (Clyde Hiram . John Finlev, John D. ; Wil- 

liani% William , William, William) 

Born Mar. 16, 1908. in Los Angeles. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara, Calif. (2514 Hollisler Ave.) 
UNMARRIED. 

2. MARY JOSEPHINE^ BOYD (Clyde Hiram . John Finlev , John D. , WU- 

liam', William, William-, William) 

Born Feb. 7. 1909. in Glendale, Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barliara. Calif. (2511 Hollister Ave.) 

UNMARRIED. 

Her occupation: Lumber accountant. 

3. KATHLEEN RITA^ BOYD (Clyde Hiram . John Finlev. John D.\ Wil- 

liam', William, William-, William) 

Born Aug. 16. 1910. in Glendale. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara, Calif. (2019-A Chapala St.) 

MARRIED Jan. 4. 1935. to Nelson Kendall Grant in Santa Barbara, Calif., at 

the Old Mission. 
His occupation: Postman, United States government. 
He was born July 14. 1912. in Santa Paula. Calif. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 105 

Living 1935 in Santa Barhara. Calif. (2ni9-A Chapala Si. I 
HIS PARENTS: Peter and \eiiu Mae (Havensl Giant. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Charles Howard Grant, wife, Dorothy Corbett. 

Theda Marguerite Grant, husband, Fred Daniel Lavery. 

Edna Mae Grant, husband, .John Ritchie Clark. 

Edythe Lois Grant, husband, lesse Edgar Cov. 

CHILDREN: None. 

4. TERESA CORINNE^ BOYD (Clyde Hiram . John Finley% John D.\ Wil- 

liani% William , William-, William) 

Born Oct. 15, 1911. in San Pedro. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Ventura. Calif. (222 Warner A\e. ) 

MARRIED Oct. 4. 1930. to Theodore .Jennings Dean in San Luis Obispo, Calif. 

His occupation: Painting contractor. 

He was born Mar. IS. 1905. in Santa Barbara. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Ventura. Calif. (222 Warner Ave. I 
HIS PARENTS: Harry George and Hattie Janelle Dean. 
He is from Ohio and she from Sarnia. Canada. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Hazel Irene Dean, husband, Ludwidge Michel Larsen. 

Leona Grace Dean, husband, Earl E. Keizur. 

Vera May Dean, husband. Forest Craig Hulbert. 

Solea Myrtle Dean, I nmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Teresa Corinne^ I Boyd I and Theodore Jennings Dean: 
Phyllis Marie Dean 
Born May 4. 1931, in Santa Barbara. Clalif. 

Living 1935 in Ventura. Calif. (316 W. Mission St.) 

5. BARBARA JANE^ BOYD (Clyde Hiram , John Finley , John D.\ Wil- 

Iiam% William, William, William) 

Born Jan. 25. 1914, in Los Angeles. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara. Calif. (338 E. Victoria St. I 

MARRIED June 23. 193 1, to Roger William Allen in Los Angeles. Calif. 

His occupation: Southern tiounties Gas Co. 

He was born Apr. 29. 1911. in Santa Barbara. Calif. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara. Calif. (338 E. Victoria St. I 
HIS PARENTS: Thomas Albert and Ada May I Priestley 1 Allen. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Barbara Catherine Allen. 
Constance Julia Allen. 
ONE CHILD of Barbara Jane'* ( Boyd I and Roger William Allen: 
Richard Boyd Allen 
Born Apr. 19. 1935. in Santa Barbara. Calif. 



106 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THREE CHILDREN OF ARCHIBALD' BOYD AND 
MARGARET (HUNTER) BOYD 

( See page 80-81 ) 

1. ROBERT BOYD (Archibalds Robert, William% William) 

Born Feb. 7. 1834, in Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died Feb. 3, 1916, in Fayette County, Pa. Buried there. 

MARRIED Dec. 23, 1861, to Margaret Ann Gray in Allegheny County, Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Oct. 22. 1837. in Allegheny County. Pa. 

She died Nov. 30, 1931, in Fayette County, Pa. Buried there. 

They were members of the Redstone Presbyterian Church in Fayette County. Pa. 

HER PARENTS: George and Jane (Hope) Gray. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

James Gray, wife. Rachel Hughey. 

William Gray, wife, Elizabeth. 

Mary Jane Gray, husband, John Drennen. 

George Gray, wife, Rachel Cooper. 

Richard Gray, wife, Martha Shaw. 

John Gray, wife, Minerva Howell. 

Robert Gray, 1st wife, Mary Carson. 

2nd wife, Nellie Bayer. 

SIX CHILDREN of Robert"' and Margaret Ann (Gray I Boyd: 

(1) Jennie Gray'' Boyd (4) Carrie Edna*' Boyd 

(2) Margaret Viola" Boyd (5) George Melvin" Boyd 

(3) Mary Estella" Boyd (6) Maud Olive' Boyd ' 

{For their records, see page 141-143) 

2. WILLIAM BOYD (Archibalds Robert , William% William) 

Born Mar. 13, 1836, in Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died Apr. 13, 1881, in Fayette County. Pa. Buried there. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

UNMARRIED. 

3. MARY BOYD (Archibald, Robert, William% William ) 

Born Jan. 8, 1839, in Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Apr. 16, 1923, in Fayette County, Pa. 

Buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery, North Linion Township. Fayette County, Pa. 
MARRIED Apr. 15, 1858, to John Hamilton Bryson in Jefferson Township, Fay- 
ette County, Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Sept. 19. 1829. in Uniontown, Fayette County. Pa. 
He died Oct. 8, 1921. in Fayette County, Pa. 

Buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery, North Union Township, Fayette County, Pa. 
They resided in Uniontown, North Union Township. Fayette County, Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: Andrew and Susanna (Hamilton) Bryson. 

(His first wife, Margaret Moreland.) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Andrew Bryson, wife, Emily McDowell. 

Robert Bryson, wife, Sara Collins. 

Eliza Bryson, husband, William Bryson. 

Mary Jane Bryson, husband, John William Gilchrist. 
HIS HALF-BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Susan Bryson, husband, Samuel Andrews. 

Nannie Bryson, husband, John Rankin. 

Robert Bryson, wife, Sarah Collins. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 107 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Mary (Boyd) and John Hamilton Bryson: 

(1) Archibald Boyd Bryson (5) William Hunter Bryson 

(2) Margaret Virginia Bryson (6) Melvin Hamilton Bryson 

(3) Susan Venora Bryson (7) Robert Elmer Bryson 

(4) Andrew Oliver Bryson (8) Lulu May Bryson 

{For their records, .lee page 143-146) 

FOUR CHILDREN OF ROBERT LARIMER' BOYD AND 
NANCY (McAYEAL) BOYD 

{See page 81-82) 

1. MARGARET JANE BOYD (Robert Larimer, Robert', William-, Wil- 

liam') 

Born Nov. 1, 1843. in South Huntingdon Tounsliip. Westmoreland Ccnnity, Pa. 

Died Sept. 25, 1899. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Buried in Dick Cemetery. 

MARRIED Oct. 23. 1806, to John Adam Pure in West Newton, Pa. 

He was born Apr. 20. 1836. in Soulli Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
He died Jan. 3. 1901. in South Huntingdon 'I'ownshiiJ. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Dick Cemetery. 
HIS PARENTS: Adam' and Margaret Ann (LoLengier) Pore. 

(He was born Jan. 27, 1798, in Mt. Pleasant Township. Westmoreland County, 

Pa. He died Apr. 6. 1882. near Smithton. Pa.) 
HIS BROTHER: 

Christopher Lobengier Pore, wife, Margaret Bair. 

(.See page 112) 
EIGHT CHILDREN of Margaret Jane' (Boyd) and John Adam Pore: 

(1) Nancy Boyd Pore (5) John Edward Pore 

(2) Mary Lobengier Pore (6) George Elmer Pore 

(3) Anna Irene Pore (7) Sarah Elizabeth Pore 

(4) Margaret Pore (8) Robert Larimer Pore 

( For their records, see page 147-151 ) 

2. ELIZABETH LARIMER BOYD (Robert Larimer% Robert', Willianr, 

William') 

Born Sept. 1. 184.5, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Feb. 8. 1921, in Greensburg, Pa. 
Buried in Markle Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 

MARRIED June 3. 1875. to George Washington* Markle in Westmoreland County, 
Pa. 

{See page 176) 
(See Markle Family, page 273-274) 
He was born Dec. 2, 1841, in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
He died Aug. 10. 1912. in Greensburg, Pa. 
Buried in Markle Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: General Joseph' and Elizaheth (Lloyd) Markle. 
(See Markle Fomilx. page 268-272) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See Markle Family, page 268-272) 
SIX CHILDREN of Elizahelli Larimer' (Boyd I and George Washington* Markle: 

(1) Edith Boyd Markle (4) Harry Wilmer Markle 

(2) Lawrence Ahin Markle (5) Robert Lloyd Markle 

(3) Alice' Markle (6) Margaret Elizabeth' Markle 

(For their records, see page 152-153) 



108 THE BOYD FAMILY 

3. JAMES McAYEAL BOYD (Robert Larimei% Robert % Williain% Wil- 

liam') 

Born Apr. 29. I<!i7. in Soutli Hiiiiliiigdoii Township. Weslnioreland County. Pa. 
Died Apr. 11. 1917. in Soulli Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Dick Cemetery. 

MARRIED May 22, 1879. to Sarah ■ Pinkerton in South Huntingdon Township. 
Westmoreland County, Pa. (near West Newton. Pa.) 

iSee Pinkerloii Fainilv- page 293) 
His occupation : Farmer. 

She was born Dec. 4. 184.5. in Westmoreland County. Pa. 
She died July 5. 1934. in West Newton, Pa. Buried in Dick Cemetery. 
HER PARENTS: Joh.r^ and Mary (BarrI Pinkerlon. 

[See Pinkerlon Family, page 290-293) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See Pinkerton Faniilv. page 290-293) 

THREE CHILDREN of James McAyeal and Sarah^ (Pinkerton) Boyd: 

(1) Robert Calvin'' Boyd (3) Maggie Alice'' Boyd 

(2) Mary Pinkerton' Boyd 

( For their records, see page 154-155) 

4. MARY BOYD (Robert Larimer% Robert , Williani% William) 

Born Dec. 24. 18.54. in Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died Apr. 13. 1901. in Derry. Pa. Buried there. 

MARRIED Oct. 23, 1882, to John Cummins Walkinshaw in Greensburg, Pa. 

His occupation: Agriculturist. 

He was born Sept. 7. 1819. in New Derry. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

He died Aug. 2. 1926. in Oxford. Pa. Buried in Derry. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Hugh Robinson and Mary (Cummins! Walkinshaw. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Hutchinson Walkinshaw. wife. Annie Loughrev. 

THREE CHILDREN of Mary^ (Boydl and John Cummins Walkinshaw. 

(1) Robert Boyd Walkinshaw (3) Mary Emma Walkinshaw 

(2) Hugh Robinson Walkinshaw 

{For their records, see page 156-157) 



TWO CHILDREN OF WILLIAM' BOYD AND 
ELEANOR (ROBERTSON) BOYD 

( See page H4 ) 

1. ARCHIBALD J. BOYD (William , Archibald, William, Willianv, Wil- 
liam') 

Born May 11. 1840. near West Newton, Pa. 

Died Nov. 29, 1910. in Herminie, Pa. Buried in Madison, Pa. 

MARRIED Mar. 29. 186G. to Ann Jane McCune near Madison. Pa. 

Occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Dec. 31. 1847. on the Tilhrook Farm. Herminie. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herminie, Pa. 

HER PARENTS: John and Martha Jane (Tilbrook) McCune. 

(Martha's father. Thomas Tilbrook, took Ann Jane McCune when she was four- 
teen months of age. and she lived with him until she was married. Thomas 
owned the farm upon which the town of Herminie was later located.) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 109 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Emma Jane McCune. husband, John Miller. 

Nancy McCune. Iiusband. William Stiickler. 

Ida Belle McCune. husband. William Strickler. 

Thomas Tilbiook McCune. wife, Martha McCune. 

James McCune, wife. Elizabclh Gress. 

Samuel McCune. wife. Nell Gilchrist. 

Lincoln McCune, 

Brother (name unknown) 

SIX CHILDREN of Archibald J.'^ and Ann Jane I McCune I Boyd: 

( 1 ) Albert Clarence' Boyd (4) Jennie Eleanor" Boyd 

(2) Harry Hazlell' Boyd (5) Maggie Fay' Boyd 

(3) Frank Width' Boyd (6) Arch Finley" Boyd 

(For their rf cords, see page 157-159) 

JOANNAH JACK BOYD (William, Archibalds William , William% Wil- 
Ham') 

Born May 22, 1843, near West Newton, Pa. 

Died Feb. 8, 1927. in Irwin. Pa. Buried there in Long Run Cemetery. 

MARRIED Mar. 19. 1863. lo John Work Brawdy near West Newton. Pa. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born Jan. 19. 1838, near Irwin. Pa. 

He died Dec. 4, 1866. in Irwin, Pa. Buried there in Long Run Cemetery. 

HIS PARENTS: Josiah Morrison and Jane (Work) Brawdy. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Mary Jane Brawdy. husband. Frank Cumiinghani. 

Susan Brawdy. husband. Abner Cort. 

Elizabeth Brawdy, husband. Abner Cort. 

Margaret Brawdy. husband. Joseph Brown. 

Violet Brawdy, husband, Bentley McLean. 

Aaron Morrison Brawdy, Unmarried. 

James Brawdy, Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of Joannah Jack" I Boyd I and John Work Brawdy: 

(1) Josiah Morrison Brawdy 

Born Oct. 6. 1866, near Irwin. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa., near Sewickley Church (R.F.D. jfll. 

MARRIED Jan. 17. 1889. to Laura Ma\ Morton in Greensburg. Pa. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

She was born Apr. 3. 1867. in Kuflsdale. Pa. 

She died Jan. 11, 1935. 

HER PARENTS: Alexaiuln I'.illirks and Emiline Catherine (Kelley) 

Morton. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Mary Belle Morton, husband. William Seymour Kelley. 

James Marquis Morton, wife. Ida May Husband. 

TWO CHILDREN of Josiah Morrison and Laura Mav (Morton) Brawdy: 

(1) Nellie Belle Brawdy (2) John Thamer Brawdy 

(For their reconls. see fiage 159-160) 

(2) Eleanor Jane Brandy 

Born May 13. 1864. near Madison. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Ir^^in. Pa. (641 Walnut St. I 



no THE BOYD FAMILY 

MARRIED Nov. 22. 1888, to James Tobias Evans near Madison, West- 
moreland County. Pa. 
His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born Feb. 15, 1865. near Madison, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
He died Jan. 3. 1896. near Madison. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in Madison. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: John and Catherine (Shumaker) Evans. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Marv Elizabeth Evans, husband, Thomas Foster Tillbrook. 
William Keyes Evans, wife. Ludessa Jane Keefer. 

Lucy Louisa Evans, husband. Webster Poole. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Eleanor Jane I Brawdy I and James Tobias Evans: 

(1) John Brawdy Evans (3) Ethel May Evans 

(2) Frank W'oodward Evans (4) Infant 

(For their records, see page 160-161) 



SIX CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH MARY (BOYD) NICHOLLS 
AND WILLIA3I NICHOLLS 

(See page 84) 

.4RCHIBALD BOYD NICHOLLS 

Born Nov. 16. 1840. in West Newton. Pa. 

Died Feb. 20, 1922. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Buried in Millgrove Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 

MARRIED Nov. 16. 1862. to Elizabeth^ Williams in West Ne^vton, Pa. 

[See Williams Familv. page 307-308) 
His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born June 20. 1842. in Sniithton. Pa. 
She died Sept. 18. 1935, in Scottdale. Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Thomas Jacob' and Margaret Esther" (Hough) Williams. 
(See Hough Family, page 259) 
(See Williams Family, page 307) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Daniel Franklin-. Mary Catherine-. Bar Allen". Sarah Jane-. Charlotte Anne", 
David Hough". Jacob Omar- Williams. 

(See page 110-111) 
{See Williams Family, page 307-308) 
TEN CHILDREN of Archibald Bovd and Elizabeth^ (Williams) Nicholls: 

(1) Boyd Emerson Nicholls (6) Minnie Elizabeth Nicholls 

(2) William Thomas Nicholls (7) Margaret Alverda Nicholls 

(3) EIroy P. Nicholls (8) Jacob Edgar Nicholls 

(4) Gretta Ann Nicholls (9) Emma Pinkna Nicholls 

(5) John Calvin Nicholls (10) Olive Edna Nicholls 

tFor their records, see page 161-166) 
REBECCA JANE NICHOLLS 

Born Oct. 2. 1842, in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland Countv. Pa. 
Died Dec. 7. 1906. in Scottdale, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery, near West Newton. Pa. 
MARRIED Feb. 7. 1861. to Daniel Franklin^ Williams in West Newton. Pa. 

(.See Williams Family, page 307) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 111 

His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born Feb. 11. ]837. in Wesl Neuloii. Pa. 
He died Jan. 2.3, I'JOf]. in Scoltdale. Weslmoreland (^oiiiilv. I'a. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery, near West Newlon, Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Thomas Jacob' and Margaret Esther' (Hough) Williams. 
{See Hoiiuli Fdiiillx. pane 259) 
(5ee Willinius Fainilv. page 307) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

l5ee page 110) 
(See Williams Famih'. pa i^e 307-308) 

TEN CHILDREN of Rebecca Jane (Xidiolisl and Daniel Franklin- Williams: 

(1) John Allen' Williams (6) Boy«l Emerson' Williams 

(2) Elmer Sylvester' Williams (7) Clarence Weinier- Williams 

(3) William Franklin^ Williams (8) Lewis Sutton ' Williams 

(4) Thomas Alvin' Williams (9) Harry Edwin' William.s 

(5) Davitl Hunter Williams ( 10) Mary Edna ' Williams 

(For their recoril.s. see pniie 166-170) 

JAMES NICHOLLS 

Born Apr. 6, 1845. in West Newton, Pa. 

Died Dec. 12. 1911, in Holdrege. Nebr. Buried in York. Nebr. 

MARRIED June 26. 1878. to Ruth Jennie Holmes in Aledo. III. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

She was born Dec. 12. 1855. in Coon Island. Pa. 

She died Jan. 18. 1935. Buried in York, Nebr. 

HER PARENTS: Robert and Mary (Morrison I Holmes. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Sarah Holmes, husband. Kobert Simpson. 

Elizabeth Holmes, husband. Hamilton A. Anderson. 

Mary Holmes, husband. \V iUiam Penn Criswell. 

William D. Holmes, wife. Ijiiily Bell Nesbitt. 

Arch Morrison Holmes, wife. \latlie Mae Ball. 

Robert Barcley Holmes, wife, Minnie Williams. 

TWO CHILDREN of James and Ruth Jemiie (Holmes) Nicholls: 
(1) Bertha Lyle Nicholls (2) Mary Louise Nicholls 

{For their records, see page 170-171) 

MARY .4NN NICHOLLS 

Born Jan. 22. 1848. in Sewicklev. Pa. 

Died Jan. 14. 1876. in Mendon. Soiitii Huntingdon Touiisiiip. I'a. 

Buried in Millgrove Cemetery, near West Newton. Pa. 

MARRIED Sept. 15. 1867. to Gideon Cochran in Madison. Pa. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born in East Huntingdon T(>\Mi>lii|i. Weslmoreland Counlx. I'a. 

Buried in Tyrone, Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: John Cochran. 

TWO CHILDREN of Marx Ann l\i.l.oll-l and Cideon Cochran: 
(1) Archibald Boyd Cochran 

(Twin to John Barr Cochran. I 
Born Jan. 12. 1868. in Madison. Pa. 

Buried in Millgroxe Cemeterv. near X'i'esl Newton. Pa. 



112 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(2) John Barr Cochran 

(Twin to Archibald Boyd Cochran.) 
Born Jan. 12, 1868, in Madison. Pa. 
Died Mar.. , in Madison. Pa. 

Buried in Millgrove Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 

5. RACHEL E. NICHOLLS 

Born Apr. 21. 1851, in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Oct. 30. 1920, in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried there in Dick Cemetery. Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
MARRIED Oct. 11, 1877, to Albert M. Pore in South Huntingdon Township, 

Westmoreland County. Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
He was born Aug. 30, 1851, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 

County. Pa. 
He died Nov. 25. 1911. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried there in Dick Cemetery. Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: Christopher Lobengier and Margaret (Bair) Pore. 

(See page 107) 
HIS GRANDPARENTS: Adam and Margaret Ann (Lobengier) Pore. 

{See page 107) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

David Bair Pore, 

John Franklin Pore. 

William Christopher Pore, wife, Levina Jane Marsh. 

Samuel Adam Pore, 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Rachel E. (Nicholls) and Albert M. Pore: 

(1) Clarence Wilmer Pore (5) Sara Rebecca Pore 

(2) Harry Christopher Pore (6) Josiah Albert Pore 

(3) Margaret May Fore (7) William Roy Pore 

(4) Lizzie Christina Pore 

(For their records, see page 172-174) 

6. JOHN BOYD NICHOLLS 

Born Aug. 26, 1854. in Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died Apr. 1. 1920. in West Newton. Pa. Buried there. 

He was a member of the West Newton U. P. Church. 

MARRIED Oct. 12. 1882. to Eliza Jane Benford in West Newton. Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born May 4, 1847. in Somerset County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (Box 552). 

HER PARENTS: John Corpning and Maria (Poole) Benford. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Martha Eleanor Benford, husband, George Weddell. 

Mary Catherine Benford, husband. Alexander Miligan Dick. 

Alma Ann Benford, husband. John Esimau. 

John Lincoln Benford. wife. Jenny Claspey. 

THREE CHILDREN of John Boyd and Eliza Jane (Benford) Nicholls: 

(1) Mary Elizabeth Nicholls (3) Delphia Hunter Nicholls 

(2) Boyd Benford Nicholls 

(For their records, see page 175) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 113 

SEVEN CHILDREN OF MARGARET ANN (BOYD) HUNTER 
AND DAVID HUNTER 

(See page 84-85) 

1. ARCHIBALD BOYD HUNTER 

Born Dec. 17, 1848, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died May 13, 1904, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 
MARRIED Sept. 15, 1874, to Sarah Florence' Bell in South Huntingdon Town- 
ship, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

(See page 115, 150, 152) 
(See Bell Family, page 237) 
His occupation: Farmer. 

He inherited a tract of land one mile from the church. 
He bought a farm adjoining the Old Sewickley Church property. 
She was born Oct. 2, 1851. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
She died Oct. 6. 1924. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery, near West Newton. Pa. 
HER PARENTS: William T. N." and Frances Ann (Bennett) Bell. 

(See Bell Family, page 236-237) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See Bell Family, page 236-237) 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Archibald Boyd and Sarah Florence' (Bell) Hunter: 

(1) David L. Hunter (5) Emma Florence Hunter 

(2) Anna Cora Hunter (6) Archibald Boyd Hunter 

(3) William Hunter (7) Mary Frances Hunter 

(4) Bennett Blaine Hunter (8) Joseph Oliver Hunter 

(For their records, see page 176-179) 

2. MARY JANE HUNTER 

Born Nov. 7, 1850, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Dec. 17, 1920, in Mingo Junction, 0. Buried in Brush Creek Cemetery, Pa. 
MARRIED 1887 to Winfield Scott Sloan in South Huntingdon Township, Wett- 

moreland County, Pa. 
His occupation: Stonemason. 

He was born Nov. 7, 1853. in ToUgate, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 
He died Nov. 9. 1910. in Jeannette, Pa. Buried in Brush Creek Cemetery, Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: Henry and Eliza (Johnston) Sloan. 

(They were married Feb. 7. 1853.) (He died Dec. 17. 1858, in Mt. Pleasant. 
Pa. Buried there.) 
HIS GRANDPARENTS: Matthew Sloan. 

(He was buried in Mt. Zion Cemeterv near Scottdale. Pa.) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Mabel Hasting Sloan, husband, Oliver Pierce Shape. 

ONE CHILD of Mary Jane (Hunter) and Winfield Scott Sloan: 
Edgar Hunter Sloan 

Born Nov. 13, 1893, in Jeannette. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Youngstown. O. (lift Ridgewood Drive.) 

MARRIED Mar. 13, 1920. to Mary Olive Kirkpatrick in Steubenville, 0. 

His occupation: Salesman for Cruikshank Bros. Co. 

She was born Jan. 1, 1900, in Steubenville, 0. 

Living 1935 in Youngstown, 0. (116 Ridgewood Drive.) 



114 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HER PARENTS: George Washington and Clara (Miser) Kirkpatrick. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Erma Isabel Kirkpatrick, husband. John Hagan Trainer. 

Donald Miser Kirkpatrick, wife. Katherine Smith. 

. ONE CHILD of Edgar Hunter and Mary Olive (Kirkpatrick) Sloan: 
Edgar Hunter Sloan. Jr. 

Born July 6. 1923. in Youngstoun. 0. 

Living 193.5 in Youngstown. 0. (116 Ridgewood Drive.) 

3. MARGARET HUNTER 

(Twin of Lucetta.) 
Born Julv 7. 1853. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Feb. 18. 1931. in Washington. Pa. Buried in West Newton, Pa. 
MARRIED Feb. 8. 1872, to Thomas Hanna in Mendon. Pa. 
His occupation : Storekeeper. 
He was horn May 29. 1846. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
He died Aug. 12. 1914. in Washington. Pa. Buried in West Newton. Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: Henry Trout and Mary Jane (Steel) Hanna. 
The Hanna Family is an old and well known one of Westmoreland County. Pa. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Josie Margaret Hanna. husband, Francis M. Williams. 

Martha Elizabeth Hanna, Unmarried. 

Mary Jane Hanna. Unmarried. 

Esther Lucetia Hanna. Unmarried. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Margaret I Hunter) and Thomas Hanna: 

(1) Mary Alice Hanna (4) John Steele Hanna 

(2) Henry Hunter Hanna (5) Thomas Weinier Hanna 

(3) Margaret Lillian Hanna 

{For their records, see page 179-180) 

4. LUCETTA HUNTER 

(Twin of Margaret.) 

Born July 7. 1853, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland Countv. Pa. 

Died Oct. 7. 1928, in Detroit. Mich." Buried there. 

MARRIED Feb. 4. 1880. to John Franklin^ Hough in South Huntingdon Town- 
ship, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

(See Hough Family, page 262) 

He was born July 25. 1852. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
He died Apr. 30. 1918. in Detroit. Mich. Buried there. 
HIS PARENTS: PauP and Lavina (Frick) Hough. 

fLavina Frick was a full cousin to Henry Clay Frick. multi-millionaire, coal 
and coke dealer. He is now deceased.) 

(See Hough Family, page 260-261) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See Hough Family, page 261) 

THREE CHILDREN of Lucetta (Hunter) and John Franklin' Hough: 

(1) Grace Edna' Hough (3) Lavina Belle'" Hough 

(2) Mary Jane' Hough 

[For their records, see page 181-182) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 115 

5. WILLIAM HUNTER 

Born Feb. 16, 1857, in South Hunlingdon Township. Westmoreland (lounly. Fa. 
Died Sept. 9. 1857, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland Comity, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Cluirih Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 

6. EMMA FLORENCE HUNTER 

(Twin to Josiah.) 
Born Apr. 21, 1858. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died June 21, 1881. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Churth Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 
MARRIED Oct. 21, 1880, to John Brackenridge"' Bell in South Huntingdon Town- 
ship. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

{See page 113) 
[See Bell Family, page 238) 
He was born in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
He died Oct. 31, 1921. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: William T. N.' and Frances Ann (Bennett) Bell. 

(See Bell Family, page 236-237) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(5ee Bell Family, page 236-237) 
ONE CHILD of Emma Florence (Hunter) and John Brackenridge' Bell: 
Charles Hunter' Bell 

John Brackenridge'' Bell MARRIED second to Mary Henry. 

7. JOSIAH HUNTER 

(Twin to Emma Florence.) 
Born Apr. 21. 1858, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Sept. 7, 1858, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 

FIVE CHILDREN OF ARCHIBALD WALTZ BOYD AND 
ELIZABETH (PINKERTON) BOYD 

(5ee page 85) 

1. JOHN FRANKLIN' BOYD (Archibald, Archibalds William', Williain% 
William') 

Born May 16, 1861. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Dec. 14, 1935. in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa. Buried 

in West Newton Cemetery, West Newton, Pa. 
MARRIED Apr. 12, 1888, to Lydia Delnora Keefer in Madison. Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
She was born Sept. 26, 1867, in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. p.) 

HER PARENTS: Samuel and Lydia (Fortney) Keefer. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Sarah Elizabeth Keefer, husband, William Hasson Bowers. 

John Sanson! Keefer, wife, Olivia Smith Lewis. 

George Clarkson Keefer, wife, Mary Jane Hoffer. 

Emma Rebecca Keefer. Unmarried. 

Minerya Jane Keefer, husband, John Adam Long. 

Anna Luella Keefer. husband, Cyrus Bitner Freed. 



116 THE BOYD FAMILY 

FIVE CHILDREN of John Franklin" and Lydia Delnora (Keefer) Boyd: 

(1) Pearle Greenwood' Boyd (4) Helen Odella' Boyd 

(2) Mabel Vera" Boyd (5) Elizabeth Paidine' Boyd 

(3) Archibald Raymond" Boyd 

{For their records, see page 182-184) 

2. MARY ETTA' BOYD (Archibald, Archibalds WUliam% Wmiam% Wil- 

liam>) 

Born Jan. 6, 1863, near West Newton, South Huntingdon Township, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (149 Seminary Ave. 1 
UNMARRIED. 

3. ALMA GERTRUDE* BOYD (Archibald, Archibald*, WUliam% William% 

William') 
Born June 26. 1865, near West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Finleyville, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED Oct. 20, 1897, to Rev. Robert Frank Getty in Greensburg. Pa. 

His occupation: Minister. Presbyterian Church. 

He was born Feb. 7. 1865. in Derry, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Finleyville, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HIS PARENTS: Thomas Baird and Violet Denny (Rosborough) Getty. 

HIS BROTHER AND SISTER: 

Anna Minta Getty. Unmarried. 

George Scott Getty, 

ONE CHILD of Alma Gertrude" (Boyd) and Rev. Robert Frank Getty: 
Thomas Boyd Getty 
Born Dec. 3, 1898, in Utica, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Soinerton. Philadelphia. Pa. 

MARRIED Nov. 3, 1928. to Corabel Patterson in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

His occupation: Physician and surgeon. 

He is a graduate of Princeton University, class of 1920, and a graduate 
of Temple University Medical School, 1926. He holds a chair of ob- 
stetrics in Temple Medical School, Temple University. Philadelphia, Pa., 
and is a member of the staff of the University Hospital. 

She was born July 17, 1902, in Murrysville, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Somerton, Philadelphia, Pa. 

HER PARENTS: David Riddle and Cora (McCutcheon) Patterson. 

CHILDREN: None. 

4. PRESSLEY ORMOND* BOYD (Archibald^ Archibald*, William% WU- 

liam% William') 

Born Oct. 12, 1868, near West Newton, South Huntingdon Township, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Los Angeles, Calif. (607 South Park View, BPOE J99.) 
His occupation: Real estate and general business. 

He has retired and has devoted the later years of his life to traveling and philan- 
thropic work. 
UNMARRIED. 

5. GRACE GREENWOOD' BOYD (Archibald, Archibald*, Wmiam% WU- 

liam% William') 

Born June 27, 1875, near West Newton, South Huntingdon Township. Westmore- 
land County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland. 0. (18008 Winslow Road.) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 117 

MARRIED Dec. 20, 1898, to John Murdock Mackintosh of Boston, Mass., in 

Greensburg, Pa. 
His occupation: Retired insurance superintendent. 
He was born Dec. 1, 1874, in Picton, Nova Scotia. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland. 0. (18008 Winslow Road.) 
HIS PARENTS: James and Jane (MacKay) Mackintosh. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Homer Mackintosh, wife, Alice Bird. 

Catherine Georgina Mackintosh, husband, Joseph Hawley Elliott. 
Anna Margaret Mackintosh, husband, Frank Orlando Jean. 

Albert Ira Mackintosh, wife. Marcia Starr Richards. 

Caroline Mackintosh, husband, Frank Knickerbocker Haines. 

TWO CHILDREN of Grace Greenwood'' (Boyd) and John Murdock Mackintosh: 

(1) Elizabeth Mackintosh 

Born Sept. 9, 1899, in McKeesport, Pa. 

Died Oct. 10, 1899, in McKeesport, Pa. Buried in West Newton, Pa. 

(2) Catherine Jane Mackintosh 

Born Sept. 12. 1901, in McKeesport. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland. 0. (18008 Winslow Road.) 
MARRIED Sept. 15, 1928. to Henry Thayer Bourne in Cleveland, 0. 
His occupation: Advertising (Henry T. Bourne, Inc.) 
He was born Apr. 27, 1900, in Cleveland, 0. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland, 0. (18008 Winslow Road.) 

HIS PARENTS: Henry Knowles and Mabel (Thayer) Bourne. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Lawrence Thayer Bourne, wife, Katherine Jean. 

ONE CHILD of Catherine Jane (Mackintosh) and Henry Thayer Bourne: 
Elizabeth Jane Bourne 
Born, June 16. 1931. in Cleveland, 0. 



118 THE BOYD FAMILY 

FIVE CHILDREN OF SUSANNA (BOYD) BELL AND 
SAMUEL' BELL 

(.See page 85-86 ) 

1. MARY DELNORA BELL (Samuel% Walter , Williaiiv, William') 

Born Sept. 27. 1852. in Bell's Mill, Pa., on Samuel Bell Farm. 

Died May 9. 1933. in Greensburg. Pa. Buried in Sewickley Cemetery. Millbell, Pa. 

MARRIED May 18. 1870. to Milton Fleming Corbett in Bell's Mill, Pa., on 
Samuel Bell Farm. 

His occupation : Music teacber. 

He was born Jan. 6. 1832. in Clarion. Pa. 

He died Mav 27. 1909. near Pittsburgh. Pa. Buried in Sewickley Cemetery, Mill- 
bell, Pa. ' 

HIS PARENTS: Paul Clover and Margaret Fleming (Guthrie) Corbett. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Alexander G. Corbett, 

Josiah Corbett. wife. Cleinenline Crisnold. 

John M. Corbett, L nniarried. 

Mary Jane Corbett. husband. Josiah Mills. 

Isabelle Corbett, I nmarried. 

Rebecca E. Corbett. husband. James Ferguson. 

Sarah Corbett. Unmarried. 

Joseph Newton Corbett. wife, Miss Van Ostern. 

Harriet ^ . Corbett. husband. Robert Bowman. 

Harvey S. Corbett, W'ife. Anna Alary \ oung. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Mary Deinora (Belli and Milton Fleming Corbett: 

(1) Anna Bell Corbett (4) Samuel Edgar Corbett 

(2) Josepli Guy Corbett (5) Harry Cleveland Corbett 

(3) Maggie Clara Corbett 

{For their records, see page 184-186} 

2. ANNA LYDIA BELL (Saniuel% Waller , William% William') 

Born Mar., 1860. in Bell's Mill, Pa., on Samuel Bell Farm. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (818 Sidney St. I 

MARRIED to Morris Lobengier Painter in Bell's Mill. Pa., on Samuel Bell Farm. 

His occupation : Coal dealer and operator. 

He was born 1848 in Lancaster, Pa. 

He died Sept. 1, 1923. in Greensburg, Pa. 

Buried in West Newton Cemetery. West Newton. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Colonel Israel and Maria (Dunkel) Painter. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Anna Lydia' (Belli and Morris Lobengier Painter: 
(1) Samuel Bell Painter 

Born Oct. 16. 1883. in East Liberty. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (805 Alexander St.) 

MARRIED June 2. 1921. to Harriet B. Wible in Chambersburg. Pa. 

His occupation: Manager, Valley Dry Cleaning Company. 

She was horn A|)r. 4. 1886. in Greensburg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. (805 Alexander St.) 

HER PARENTS: Thomas E. and Margaret (Byerly) Wible. 



THE BOYD FAMUA 119 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Roberta Moore Wible. liusl)and. CJeorge Wcyiiiniilli llutcliiiisoii. 

Charles Moore Wible. wife. SueWilhehii. 

Walter Simon Wible. wife, Margaret Elizabelli Fiscus. 

Margaret Viola Wible, husband. Robert Palmer Ingram. 

Richard Allan Wible. wife. Alire Snn'lh. 

Thomas E. Wible. Jr. 

TWO CHILDREiN of Samuel Bell and Harriet B. (Wible) Painter: 

(1) William Morrig Painter 

Born Nov. 1, 1921. in Pillsliurgh, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (805 Alexander St.) 

(2) Thomas Wible Painter 

Born Nov. 9, 1925. in Greensburg, Pa. 

Died Feb. 6. 1928. in Greensburg, Pa. 

Buried in St. Clair Cemetery. Greensburg, Pa. 

(2) Harry Painter 

Died aged six months. 

(3) Walter Morris Painter 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. (818 .Sidney Si.) 
MARRIED to Pearl Hays"^ 

(4) Clare Bell Painter 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. (818 Sidney St.) 
UNMARRIED. 

3. WILLIAM POLLOCK BELL (Samuel', Walter , William, William) 

Born Aug. 1. 1860. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died June 26, 1914. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Sewickley Cemetery. MillbcU. Pa. 

MARRIED Nov. 22, 1883, to Mary Elizabeth^ Markle near West Newton. Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 

(5ee Maihle Family, page 271} 
She was born July 11, 1861. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
She died Mar. 27. 1933, in Scottdale. Pa. 
Buried in Sewickley Cemetery, Millbell. Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Joseph* and Jane^ (Pinkerlon) Markle. 
{See Markle Family, page 270-272) 
{See Pinkerlon Family, page 291) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(5ee Markle Family., page 270-271) 
ONE CHILD of William Pollock' and Mary Elizabeth"' (Markle) Bell: 
Mary Jane" Bell 

(adopted daughter I 
Born Dec. 23. 1884. in Mount Pleasant, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. (307 Loucks Ave.) 
UNMARRIED. 

4. CLARA MARGARET^ BELL (Samuel', Walter , Willianv, William') 

Born in Bell's Mill. Pa., on the Samuel Bell Farm. 

Died in Greensburg. Pa. 

Buried in Sewickley Cemetery, Millbell. Pa. 

UNMARRIED. 

5. BOYD FRANKLIN BELL (Samuel% Walter, William% William) 



120 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THREE CHILDREN OF MARGARET LA VINA (JOHNSTON) AND 

JAMES STINSON 

(5ee page 87) 

1. MELISSA ANN STINSON 

Born Oct. 12, 1855, in Dalton, 0. 

Died Aug. 26, 1920, in Chicago, 111. Buried there. 

MARRIED June 20, 1876, to Dr. Robert Harvey Reed in Dalton, 0. 

His occupation: Physician and surgeon. 

He was born Oct. 8, 1851, in Dalton, 0. 

He died Jan. 30, 1907, in Los Angeles, Calif. 

HIS PARENTS: Campbell and Jane (Shafer) Reed. 

TWO CHILDREN of Melissa Ann (Stinson) and Dr. Robert Harvey Reed: 

(1) Gail Reed 

Born Mar. 24, 1884, in Mansfield, 0. 

Living 1935 in Wheaton, 111. (325 Ellis Ave.) Business address, 175 West 

Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 111. 
MARRIED Dec. 30, 1912, to Minnie Cremora Potter in Chicago. Ill, 
His occupation: Insurance broker. 
She was born Aug. 17. 1888, in Hurley, Wis. 
She died Oct. 24, 1930, in Chicago, 111. 
HER PARENTS: William T. and Minnie (Cremora) Potter. 

(He is deceased; she remarried to Mr. Deane.) 
HER BROTHERS (no sisters) : 

Clifford Bronson Potter, Unmarried. 

Willett Main Potter, wife, Barbara Nicholls. 

ONE CHILD of Gail and Minnie Cremora (Potter) Reed: 
Gail Potter Reed 

Born Oct. 8, 1913, in Chicago, 111. 

Living 1935 in Wheaton, 111. (801 N. Main St.) 

MARRIED Oct. 8, 1933. to Helen Mabel Mielke in River Forest, 

111. 
She was born Sept. 19. 1911, in Danville, 111. 

Living 1935 in Wheaton, 111. (801 N. Main St.) 

HER PARENTS: Charles Henry and Mabel Luella (Spencer) 

Mielke. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Hazel Elizabeth Mielke, husband, Dan DeWitt Jamison. 

Charles Spencer Mielke, wife, Mary Isabel Talbott. 

George Robert Mielke, 

William Allen Mielke, 

Genevieve Margaret Mielke, 
CHILDREN: None. 

(2) Penrose Reed 

Born Mar. 27, 1887, in Mansfield, 0. 

Living 1935 in Glen EUyn, 111. Business address, 175 West Jackson Blvd., 

Chicago, 111. 
MARRIED May 25, 1927. to Grace Eleanor Markham in Houghton, Mich. 
His occupation: Insurance broker (Penrose Reed & Co., Chicago, III.) 
She was born Dec. 28, 1894, in Houghton, Mich. 

Living 1935 in Glen Ellyn, III. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 121 

HER PARENTS: Charles James and Nellie May (Eggleston) Markham. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Walter Eggleston Markham, wife, Bertha Collins. 

George Iry Markham, wife, Margery Ketchum. 

John Wesley Markham, Blanche Evelyn Volberg. 

Rosanna May Markham, Unmarried. 

Charles Alden Markham, 

Andrew Jackson Markham, 

Eleanor Jane Markham, 

CHILDREN: None. 

2. IDA MAY STINSON 

(Twin to Elmer David.) 
Born May 12. 1858, in Dalton, 0. Died Apr. 10. 1859, in Dalton, 0. 

3. ELMER DAVID STINSON 

(Twin to Ida May.) ^ 

Born May 12, 1858. in Dalton. 0. Died June 18, 1859, in Dalton, 0. ^ 



FIVE CHILDREN OF WILLIAM M. JOHNSTON AND 
HANNAH (JOHNSON) JOHNSTON 

{See page 87-88} 

1. ARALDO WASHINGTON JOHNSTON 

Born Feb. 12, 1858. in West Lebanan, 0. 

Living 1935 in Wilmot, 0., with his mother and sister. Leonora. 

His occupation: Retired. 

UNMARRIED. 

2. LEONORA JOHNSTON 

Born June 21, 1860, in Mt. Eaton, 0. 

Living 1935 in Wilmot. 0., with her mother and brother, Araldo. 
UNMARRIED 

3. OMAN ELLSWORTH JOHNSTON 

Born Apr. 13, 1862, in Wilmot, 0. 

Living 1935 in Fremont. 0. (1305 McPherson Blvd.) 

MARRIED May 14, 1891, to Lelia Geneva Young in Phillipsburg, Kan. 

His occupation: Merchant. (Hardware business.) 

She was born Nov. 11, 1872, in Avoca, la. 

Living 1935 in Fremont, 0. (1305 McPherson Blvd.) 

HER PARENTS: George Washington and Harriet (Nash) Young. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Augusta Ellen Young, husband, Thomas O'Conner. 

Rose Young, husband, J. B. Smith. 

Charlotte Young, Unmarried. 

Mina Estelle Young, Unmarried. 

Georgia Pearl Young, husband, David Herbert. 

Louis Marion Young, Unmarried. 

Victor Hugh Young, Unmarried. 

Doris Young, Unmarried. 



122 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THREE CHILDREN of Oman Ellsworth and Lelia Geneva (Young) Johnston: 

(1) Homer William Johnston 

Born Aug. 22. 1892. in Phillipsburg, Kan. 

Living 1935 in Oberlin, 0. (135 West College St.) 

MARRIED Aug. 4. 1919. to Marie-Jeanne Lahaurine in Nice, France. 

His occupation: Salesman and airplane pilot. 

She was born July 14. 1898. in Fontan. Alpes Maritimes, France. 

Living 1935 in Oberlin, 0. (Maison Francaise, 135 West College St.) 
HER PARENTS: Pierre Faustin and Marie Valerio Lahaurine. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Malta Lahaurine, husband, Jean Cuggia. 

Madeleine Laura Lahaurine, Unmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Homer William and Marie-Jeanne (Lahaurine) Johnston: 
Myriam Lahaurine Johnston 

Born June 3. 1920. in Fremont, 0. 

(2) Norman McKinley Johnston 

Born Sept. 17. 1896. in Phillipsburg. Kan. 

Living 1935 in Fremont. 0. (1301 McPhersoii Blvd.) 
MARRIED Feb. 13. 1930. to Rosella Inielda Gloer in Fremont, 0. 
His occupation: Accountant, motor freight line. 
She was born Oct. 27. 1899. in Fremont, 0. 

Living 1935 in Fremont. 0. 11301 McPherson Blvd.) 
HER PARENTS: John and Rose Amelia (\^'igland) Gloer. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

John Theodore Gloer, wife, Lauretta Marie Halm. 

Lawrence Franklin Gloer, wife. Marie Magdelene Bauman. 

Dorothy Dolores Gloer. husband, Eugene Seraphine Gabel. 
Mary Catherine Gloer. husband. Raymond Ignatius Yingling. 

ONE CHILD of Norman McKinley and Rosella Imelda (Gloer) Johnston: 

Shireen Rose Johnston 

Born Oct. 27, 1932, in Fremont, 0. 

(3) George Edgar Johnston 

Born Dec. 25. 1904. in Bellevue, 0. 

Living 1935 in Fremont, 0. (1301 McPherson Blvd.) 

His occupation: Salesman. 

UNMARRIED. 

4. ULYSSES SIMPSON GRANT JOHNSTON 

Born June 29. 1864. in Wilmot, 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton, 0. (Office address: 520 Renkert Bldg.) 
MARRIED Apr. 25, 1894, to Daisie Deane Barr in Canton, 0. 
His occupation : Attorney. 
She was born June 9. 1870. in Alliance. O. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. 

HER PARENTS: Peter Herbruck and Ada Franklin (Geiger) Barr. 



THE BOVD FAMILY 123 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Minnie Luella Barr. Unmariiecl. 

Winnie Grant Barr, husband, George Pow Pettit. 

Fannie Lydia Barr, husband, Charles W. Keplinger. 

Bessie Beatrice Barr, husband, George C. Kimbark. 

Frederick Geiger Barr, wife. Clara Antoinette Wikidal. 

Marie Elizabeth Barr, husband, Josiah Kirby Hilton. 

THREE CHILDREN of Ulysses Simpson Grant and Daisie Deane (Barr) John- 
ston: 

(1) Elizabeth Johnston 

Born Apr. 25, 1895, in Canton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. (Knolls Road. North Canton, 0., R.F.D. J7.) 
MARRIED Sept. 17. 1921. to Frank Haldeman Dougherty in Canton, 0. 
His occupation: Insurance. 
He was born Sept. 17. 1890. in Canton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. (Knolls Road, North Canton, 0., R.F.D. J7.) 
HIS PARENTS: Dr. John Franklin and Elizabeth (Hostettler) Dougherty. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: None. 

THREE CHILDREN of Elizabeth (Johnston) and Frank Haldeman 
Dougherty: 

(1) John Franklin Dougherty 

Born Aug. 1. 1922. in Canton, O. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. 

(2) Anne Elizabeth Dougherty 

Born Feb. 7. 1921. in Canton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton, O. 

(3) David Johnston Dougherty 

Born July 14, 1929. in Canton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton, 0. 

(2) Franklin Barr Johnston 

Born Mar. 6. 1897. in Canton. O. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. ("Glenwood," North Canton Road.) 
MARRIED Oct.. 1931. in Cleveland. 0. 
This marriage was dissolved Oct.. 1933. 
His occupation: Salesman. 
CHILDREN: None. 

(3) William Andrew Johnston 

Born Aug. 31, 1902. in Canton, O. 

Living 1935 in Highland Park. 111. (408 Oakwood Ave.) 
MARRIED Dec. 1, 1925. to Jane Katherine Miller in Canton. 0. 
His occupation: Sun Life Assuiance Co. of Canada. (LaSalle BIdg., Chi- 
cago, III.) 
She was born Feb. 14, 1904, in Canton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Highland Park. 111. (408 Oakwood Ave.) 
HER PARENTS: Burt A. and Jane Florence (Rabe) Miller. 
HER BROTHER (no sisters) : 

Thomas Rabe Miller, wife, Jean Louise Disser. 



124 THE BOYD FAMILY 

TWO CHILDREN of William Andrew and Jane Katherine (Miller) 
Johnston: 

(1) William Andrew Johnston 

Born July 25. 1927. in Canton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Highland Park, 111. (408 Oakwood Ave.) 

(2) Jane Elizabeth Johnston 

Born Nov. 20, 1933, in Cleveland. 0. 

Living 1935 in Highland Park. 111. (408 Oakwood Ave.) 

5. DOLLIE MAY JOHNSTON 

Born Aug 24. 1871, in Wilmot, 0. Died Sept. 20. 1900, in Wilmot, 0. 
UNMARRIED. 

SIX CHILDREN OF JOSIAH WORK JOHNSTON AND 
MARY (HARDY) JOHNSTON 

{See page 88) 

1. CLARA ANN JOHNSTON 

Born Sept. 3, 1855, in Wilmot. 0. 

Died Dec. 25. 1934. in Akron. 0. 

MARRIED Oct. 26. 1876. to Samuel S.^ Hoover in Canal Fulton, 0. 

{See Hoover Family, page 253) 
His occupation: Farmer. 
They resided in several different localities but were in Wilmot, 0., during the 

Civil War. 
He was born May 2. 1853, in Canal Fulton. 0. 
He died Feb. 12, 1882. in Dalton. 0. Buried there. 
HIS PARENTS: Peter' and Anna (Leininger) Hoover. 

{See Hoover Family, page 253) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See Hoover Family, page 253) 

THREE CHILDREN of Clara Ann (Johnston) and Samuel S.'' Hoover: 

(1) William Homer* Hoover (3) Eva May* Hoover 

(2) Harry Horlon'' Hoover 

{For their records, see page 186-189) 
Clara Ann Johnston MARRIED second June 25, 1889. to Harrison Greely' 
Hoover, cousin of first husband. 

(5ee Hoover Family, page 253) 
His occupation: Coal miner. 
They removed to Massillon. 0. 
He was born Feb. 10, 1854. in Clinton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Clinton. 0. 

HIS PARENTS: Joseph^ Hoover. 

(See Hoover Family, page 252) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See Hoover Family, page 252) 
CHILDREN: None. 

2. WILLIAM ALVIN JOHNSTON 

Born Jan. 16, 1857, in Canal Fulton. 0. 
Died Aug. 27, 1858, in Canal Fulton, 0. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 125 

3. ALMA LUELLA JOHNSTON 

Born Sept. 11. 1858, in Wilmot, 0. 

Died Oct. 5, 1903. in MassiUon. 0. Buried there. 

UNMARRIED. 

4. ARTHUR HAMLIN JOHNSTON 

Born Aug. 11, 1860. in West Lebanon, 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron, O. (800 Princeton St.) 

MARRIED Aug. 30, 1881 to Flora Belle Lanibright in Canal Fulton, 0. 

His occupation: Song evangelist. 

She was born Mar. 31, 1862. in Canal Fulton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron, 0. (800 Princeton St.) 

HER PARENTS: Stephan and Nancy (Buckmaster) Lambright. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Grace Eva Lambright, husband, Benjamin Franklin Butts. 

Jesse Lee Lambright, wife, Maude Josephine Conn. 

Bessie Estelle Lambright. husband, Will Carter. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Arthur Hamlin and Flora Belle (Lambright) Johnston: 

(1) Minnie Adele Johnston (3) Helen Grace Johnston 

(2) Arthur LeRoy Johnston (4) Paul Stephen Johnston 

{For their records, see page 189-190) 

5. FRANK ALDEN JOHNSTON 

Born July 19, 1864, in Wilmot (or Canal Fulton). 0. 

Died Nov. 14, 1893, in El Paso, Tex., en route to Mexico to fill his appointment 

as American Consul. Buried in Mansfield, 0. 
MARRIED Nov. 20. 1890, to Roberta Wallace in Mansfield, 0. 
His occupation: Editor of newspaper. The Shield. 

Living 1935 in Mansfield, 0. 

CHILDREN: None. 

She was MARRIED twice after the death of her first husband. 



6. NORA MABEL JOHNSTON 

Born Sept. 9, 1866, in Wilmot, O. 

Died Apr., 1884, in MassiUon, 0. Buried there. 

UNMARRIED. 



TWO CHILDREN OF SILAS BOYD JOHNSTON AND 
CATHARINE ESTELLE (SHULL) JOHNSTON 

{See page 88) 

MELVILLE WARFEL JOHNSTON 

Born Jan. 6, 1859, in Wayne County. 0. 

Living 1935 in Garrett, Ind. (404 North Randolph St.) 
MARRIED Oct. 3. 1894. to Cora Harris in Sturgis. Mich. 
His occupation: Dentist, Garrett, Ind. 
She was born Aug. 16. 1868, in Bristol, Ind. 

Living 1935 in Garrett, Ind. (404 North Randolph St.) 

HER PARENTS: George Washington and Lucy Allen (Walker) Harris. 



Craig 


Dav. 


John 


Day. 


Jane 


Day. 


Callie 


Day 


George B. 


Day 


Flora 


Day 



126 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Walker Harris, wife. Edith Edna Winkler. 

Lulu Harris. Unmarried. 

Mabel Harris, Unmarried. 

George W. Harris. Unmarried. 

Henry Clav Harris, wife, Wilma Urie. 

CHILDREN: None. 

2. EMMA MILLENNA JOHNSTON 

Born Sept. 13. lo6L in Wayne County. 0. 

Died Dec. 12. 1908, in Chicago. 111. 

MARRIED in 1880 to Frank P. Day in Michigan. 

His occupation: Merchant I grocer I. 

He was born Mar. 9, 1853. in Mansfield. 0. 

He died Dec. 7, 1886. in Kingman. Kan. Buried in Waterloo, Ind. 

HIS PARENTS: Henry C. and Mary iCasebeer) Day. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

wife. Jennie Lockhart. 

Unmarried. 
Unmarried, 
husband, Charley Walker, 
wife, Edith Pontius. 

Day. husband. Adolph Engleharl. 

THREE CHILDREN of Emma MiUenna (Johnston) and Frank P. Day: 

(1) Edna Day (3) Frank Day 

(2) Emma Catherine Day 

I For their records, see page 190-192) 
Emma Millenna Johnston MARRIED second to Charles Alexander Pearson in 

Chicago. 111. 
His occupation: Christian Science practitioner. 
He was born Apr. 2.5. 18.58, in Hamilton. Canada. 
He died Apr. 25. 1927. in San Diego. Calif. 
HIS SISTER: 

Fannie Pearson. 

ONE CHILD of Emma Millenna I Johnston] and Charles Alexander Pearson: 
Emma Nellie Pearson 

Born Nov. 15, 1893. in Chicago. 111. 

Living 1935 in San Diego. Calif. 12133 Logan Ave.) 

MARRIED Sept. 6. 1911, to George Vi'esley Kummer. Jr.. in Seattle. Wash. 

He was born Jan. 30. 1888. 

HIS PARENTS: George Wesley Kummer. 

TWO CHILDREN of Ennna Nellie I Pearsoni and George Wesley Kum- 
mer: 

(1) Nellie Emma Kummer. 

Born Jan. 1.5. 1913. 

MARRIED 10 Ralph C. Morgan. 

ONE CHILD of Nellie Emma iKummerl and Ralph C. Morgan: 

Dorothy Lorraine Morgan 

Born Mar. 28. 19.32. 

(2) Wesley Kummer 

Born .Au2. 17. 1914. 



THE BOYD FAMIU 127 

Charles Alexander Pearson MARRIED second to Emma Lilly. 
She was born Dec. 5, 1868. in Allegan, Mich. 

Living 1935 in Los Angeles. Calif. ( I07.S So. Figiieroa St.) 
CHILDREN: None. 



EIGHT CHILDREN OF AMANDA ELIZABETH (WARFEL) HAM- 
MOND AND JAMES HAMMOND 

{See page 92-93) 

1. ELIZABETH MARY HAMMOND 

Born Sept. 11. 1860. in Harrisville, 0. 

Died Aug. 24, 1916, in Canton. 0. Buried there. 

MARRIED Oct. 7. 1891. to William Mosheim Schnuuker in Fort Gay. W. Va. 

Moved to Canton, 0. 

His occupation: Merchant. 

He was born Sept. 24, 184<5, in Uppertract, Pendleton County. W. Va. 

He died Jan. 2. 1921. in Canton, 0. 

HIS PARENTS: George and Sarah (Hahn) Schmucker. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Henrietta Jane Schmucker. husband, Isaac Thomas Kile. 

Mary Elizabeth Schmucker, husband. Stephen H. Thacker. 

Samuel Luther Schmucker, Unmarried. 

Hannah Priscilla Schmucker. husband. John Sheridan Harman. 

George Melanchton Schmucker. D.D.. wife. Mary E. Byder. 

Martha S. Schmucker, Unmarried. 

Jacob N. Schmucker, Unmarried. 

THREE CHILDREN of Eli/abeth Mary (Hammond) and William Mosheim 
Schmucker: 

(1) Mabel Hammond Schmucker 

Born Dec. 14. 1893. in Fort Gay. W. Va. 

Living 1935 in Dover. 0. (213 Prospect St.) 

MARRIED July 15. 1919 to Howard Benjamin Snyder in Canton. 0. 
His occupation: Accountant. (The Reeves Mfg. Co.. Dover. 0.) 
He was born Feb. 20. 1895. in Massillon. 0. 

Living 1935 in Dover. O. (213 Prospect St. I 

HIS PARENTS: Benjamin Franklin and Hannah (Fasnacht) Snyder. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Oliver George Snyder, wife, (^race Mae Rudy. 

Clarence Henry Snyder, wife. Florence Reed. 

Herman 0. Snyder, wife. Fstella Rodgers. 

Vernon C. Snyder, wife. Lillian Knobloc. 

Ada Irene Snyder, Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of Mabel Hammond (Schmucker) and Howard Benja- 
min Snyder: 

(1) Robert William Snyder 

Born Sept. 18. 1921, in Canton. O. 

(2) Donald Edwin Snyder 

Born Sept. 21. 1925. in Canton, 0. 



128 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(2) Ethel Winona Schmucker 

Born Apr. 27. 1895. in Canton. 0. 

Died May 30, 1933. in Dover, 0. 

Buried in Canton. 0., in \^'estlawn Cemetery. 

UNMARRIED 

(3) George Roy Schmucker 

Born May 20. 1897. in Canton, 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton, 0. (1547 Shorb Ave. N.W.) 
MARRIED Mar. 10, 1920. to Eva Madalene Essig in Canton, 0. 
His occupation: Physical director, Y.M.C.A.. Canton. 0. 
She was born Mar. 17. 1899, in Canton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton, 0. 1 1547 Shorb Ave. N.W.) 

HER PARENTS: Charles Hess and Valeria Louisa (Spangler) Essig. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Florence Katheryn Essig, husband, Paul Broeske. 

Herman Lind Essig. wife, Marie Moores. 

ONE CHILD of George Roy and Eva Madalene (Essig) Schmucker: 
Stanley William Schmucker 

Born May 23. 1923. in Canton, 0. 

2. CHARLES ALEXANDER HAMMOND 

Born Jan. 19, 1863. in Harrisville, 0. 

Living 1935 in Fort Gay, W. Va. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
UNMARRIED. 

3. ROBERT JOHNSTON HAMMOND 

Born Oct. 5, 1864. in Harrisville, 0. 

Living 1935 in Fort Gay. W. Va. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
UNMARRIED. 

4. HARRY ALVIN H.\MMOND 

Born Mar. 19. 1867, in Harrisville, 0. 
Died Oct. 26, 1890. in Kansas City, Mo. 
Buried in Fairview Cemetery. Fort Gay. W. Va. 
His occupation: Merchant. 
UNMARRIED. 

5. FRANK DISART HAMMOND 

Born Nov. 27. 1869. in Harrisville, 0. 

Died Sept. 29. 1917. in Fort Gay, W. Va. Buried there in Fairview Cemetery. 

His occupation : Merchant. 

UNMARRIED. 

6. WILLIAM HANNA HAMMOND 

Born July 23, 1872, in Harrisville, 0. 

Living 1935 in Fort Gay, W. Va. 

MARRIED Dec. 20. 1917. to Alta Mae (Peters) Perry in Ironton. 0. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Dec. 27, 1891. in Fort Gay. W. Va. (Wayne County.) 

Living 1935 in Fort Gay. W. Va. 

HER PARENTS: William Humbert and Hessie (Cruml Peters. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 129 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Kenneth Archer Peters, wife, Anna Mae Doyle. 

Clyde Miller Peters, wife, Gladys Fannin. 

Ora Alice Peters, husband. Evert Luther Peters. 

Mary Ethel Peters, husband, Ondus Branham. 

CHILDREN: None. 

7. INFANT SON (Unnamed) 
Born in Harrisville. 0. 

Died and buried in Harrisx ille. 0. 

8. WINONA AMANDA HAMMOND 

Born Sept. 27. 1877. in Fort Gay. W. Va. 

Living 1935 in Columbus. 0. (687 Malvern Ave. ) 

MARRIED Apr. 26. 1906. to Eugene Wilber Roxley in Fort Gay. W. Va. 

His occupation: Contractor. 

He was born Jan. 25, 187c". in Trevillians. Va. 

Living 1935 in Columbus. 0. (687 Malvern Ave. I 

HIS PARENTS: Joseph John and Roberta Leigh (Fox) Boxley. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Robert Fox Boxley. wife, Mamie Robinson. 

Helen Leigh Boxley, husband, Clive Boxley. 

Josephine Mary Boxley. husband. Clarence Britton Stamps. 

SallieAnn Boxley, husband. William Valentine West. 

Elizabeth Goodwin Boxley- 

Edith Clair Boxley. husband. Charles C. Davis. 

Roberta Boxley, husband. Dr. Wade C. Payne. 

Lucy Lipscon Boxley. husband. James P. Woodward. 

Kathern Tyler Boxley, husband. Hal Kelley Stone. 

Virginia Ethel Boxley, husband. William Carroll Latham. 

John Joseph Boxley. wife, Gladys Neal. 
CHILDREN: None. 

FOUR CHILDREN OF MALINDA LOUISE (WARFEL) 
SLAUGHTER AND DR. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SLAUGHTER 

(See pnu:e 93-94) 

1. ROSELIND CASTLEMAN SLAUGHTER 

Born Oct. 1. 1869. in Cadiz. 0. 

MARRIED Oct. 21, 1896. to Alfred Dearborn of Eagles Lake. Minn. 

Living 1935 in Seattle. Wash. 

CHILDREN: None. 

Roselind Castleman Slaughter MARRIED second to Thomas M. Sands. 

2. JESSAMINE SOUTHERN SLAUGHTER 

Born Dec. 23, 1873, in Fort Hancock. D. T. (Later changed to Bismarck, N. D. ) 

Living 1935 in Arthur. N. D. (Box 44.) 

MARRIED Oct. 23, 1894, to Joseph Arthur Burgum of Conkling. N. D. 

His occupation: Grain buyer. 

He was born Mar. 2. 1860. in Aberge\ii\. England. 

He died Oct. 16, 1925. in Arthur. \^ D. 

HIS PARENTS: Anthony T. and Anne (Bradlev) Burgum. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William. Thomas, Ann. Edvth and Clara Burgum. 



130 THE BOYD FAMILY 

FIVE CHILDREN of Jessamine Southern (Slaughter) and Joseph Arthur 
Burgum: 

(1) Arthur Castleman Burgum (4) Alton Theodore Burgum 

(2) Marjorie Lee Burgum (5) Joseph Boyd Burgum 

(3) Leland Slaughter Burgum 

(For their records, see page 192-193) 

3. FRANK WARFEL SLAUGHTER 

Born Dec. 1870. in Fort Rice. Dakota Territory. 

Died Jan. 1871. in Fort Rice. Dakota Territory. Buried there. 

4. LINNIE LEE SLAUGHTER 

Born Apr. 26. 1876, in Bismarck. \. D. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck, N. D. (828 6th St.) 

MARRIED Jan. 2. 1896. to Albin Hedstrom in Bismarck. N. D. 

His occupation: Farmer (until 19221 then Sheriff of Burleigh County, N. D. 

He was born July 19. 1873, in Kelsva. Sweden. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck. N. D. (828 6th St. I 

HIS PARENTS: Peter Frederick and Christine Ellen (Johnson) Hedstrom. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Josephine W ilamenia Hedstrom. husband. Oscar Knule Rosenberg. 

Lars Fred Hedstrom. wife, Martha Christine Mickelson. 

Ellen Christine Hedstrom, husband, John Edward Ecklund. 

NINE CHILDREN of Linnie Lee (Slaughter) and Albin Hedstrom: 

(1) Bert Boyd Hedstrom (6) Hazel Marie Hedstrom 

(2) Theodore Hedstrom (7) Vernon Lee Hedstrom 

(3) Paul Grant Hedstrom (8) Lillian Margaret Hedstrom 

(4) Irene Del ores Hedstrom (9) Helen Slaughter Hedstrom 

(5) Ruth Joan Hedstrom 

{For their records, see page 193-195) 

FIVE CHILDREN OF MARGARET BETHIA (FERGUSON) 
WELDAY AND ALEXANDER SMITH' WELDAY 

iSee page 98) 

1. JOHN ALBERT^ WELDAY (Alexander Smith% David Howard% John ) 

Born Aug. 6. 1862, near Bloomfield (or Richmond). 0. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville. 0. (1434 Pennsylvania Ave.) 
MARRIED Dec. 25. 1884. to Elizabeth \^'right in \^'intersville. 0. 
His occupation: Blacksmith. 
She was born Nov. 1. 1864. in Bantain Ridge. 0. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville. 0. (1434 Pennsylvania Ave.) 

HER PARENTS: Richard and Elizabeth (Cunningham) Wright. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

John Alexandria Wright, wife. Emma Johnson. 

Alfred Thompson Wright, wife. Sarah Jane Jones. 

Isabelle Josephine Wright. Unmarried. 

Mary Letticia ^'right. Unmarried. 

Adda Virginia Wright. Unmarried. 

Howard Ross Wright, Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of John Albert' and Elizabeth (Wright) Welday: 

(1) Elsie Lorena'^ Welday 

Born Nov. 18. 1886. in Reeds Mills, 0. 

Died Mar. 20, 1910. in Bantain Ridge, 0. Buried in Bloomfield. 0. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 131 

(2) Charles Stanley' Welday 

Born Dec. 25, 1890. in Bloomfield, 0. 

Died Oct. 1, 1891. in Bloomfield. 0. Buried there. 

MARY ALENA* WELDAY (Alexander Smith, David Howard, John") 

Born Sept. 17, 1865, in Wayne Township, Jefferson County, 0. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville, 0. (R.F.D. #2.) 

MARRIED Oct. 11, 1882, to LeRoy Wharton Adrian in Jefferson County, 0. 

(He is an uncle to Calvin L. Adrian.) 

(See page 131) 
His occupation: Farmer and contractor. He is also Superintendent of Jefferson 

County Home. 
Her occupation: Matron. Jefferson County Home. She has held this position for 

twenty-five years. 
He was born Oct. 18, 1863, in Wayne Township, Jefferson County, O. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville, 0. (R.F.D. #2.) 

HIS PARENTS: Joseph and Rachel Ann (Talbott) Adrian. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Jacob Adrian, wife, Eve Betts. 

George Adrian, wife, Emaly Tipton. 

William Adrian, wife, Agnes Smiley. 

David Adrian, wife, Ann Jane Fineric. 

Robert Adrian^ wife, Kathryn Oliver. 

ONE CHILD of Mary Alena^ (Welday) and LeRoy Wharton Adrian: 
Welday Ophir Adrian 
Born Jan. 29, 1884, in Wayne Township, Jefferson County. 0. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown, Pa. (26 S. Mt. Vernon Ave.) 

MARRIED May 29, 1932, to Katherine Kaufman in Uniontown. Pa. 

His occupation: Laundry manager. 

She is living 1935 in Uniontown, Pa. (26 S. Mt. Vernon Ave.) 

HER PARENTS: Isadora Lincoln and Mary Jane (Lincoln) Kaufman. 

HER BROTHER AND SISTER: 

Mabel Kaufman, husband, William Sheldon. 

Kenneth Kaufman, wife, Phoebe Declavon. 

CHILDREN: None. 

MARTHA LIZZIE^ WELDAY (Alexander Smith', David Howard-, John) 

Born Aug. 6, 1868, in Bloomingdale, 0. 

Died Nov. 24, 1892, in Richmond. 0. Buried in Bloomfield, 0. 
MARRIED May 11, 1892, to Calvin Luther Adrian in Wayne Township, Jefferson 
County, 0. 

(See page 131) 
His occupation: General store. 
He was born May 10, 1866, in Unionport, O. 

Living 1935 in Germano, 0. 

HIS PARENTS: Jacob and Eva (Betts) Adrian. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Asberry Bazil Adrian, wife. Flora Copeland. 

Salome Adrian, 

Ed Elsworth Adrian, wife, Almeda Gotchall. 

Margaret Adrian, husband, Frederick Treleaven. 

Hulda Adrian, husband, John Dale. 

Jennie Adrian, husband, William Davis. 

Charlie Roscoe Adrian, wife, Minnie Ann Copeland. 



132 THE BOYD FAMILY 

ONE CHILD of Martha Lizzie' (Weldayl and Calvin Luther Adrian: 
0§car Allen Adrian 

Born Nov. 2L 1892. in Richmond, 0. 

Living 1935 in Warren, 0. (801 Parkman Road, N.W.) 

MARRIED Oct. 21, 1913, to Nora Olive McAfee in Greensburg. Pa. 

His occupation: Grocer (Warren, 0.) 

She was born Oct. 2. 1892. in Scottdale, Pa. 

Living 193.5 in Warren. 0. (801 Parkman Road, N.W.) 

HER PARENTS: William James and Ada Bathilda (Fryej McAfee. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 



Carl Ewing 


McAfee, wife. 


Bertha Estella Imhoff. 


John Bradley 


McAfee, 1st wife. 


Belle Magdalene Sample. 




2nd wife. 


Sara J. Blair. 


Jessie Wylie 


McAfee, husband, 


George Armstrong. 


William Burrel 


McAfee, wife. 


Jane Lantz. 



Mary Margaret McAfee, husband, Bert C. Walters. 

Lulu Ruth McAfee. Unmarried. 

James Robert McAfee. wife, Elizabeth Idella Haines. 

TWO CHILDREN of Oscar Allen and Nora Olive (McAfee) Adrian: 

(1) Martha Bathilda Adrian 

Born Dec. 15. 191 1. in Greensburg. Pa. 

(2) Welday McAfee Adrian 

Born Oct. 23, 1917. in Greensburg, Pa. 

4. SAMUEL FERGUSON' WELDAY (.41e.x;ander Sniith=, David Howard% 

John) 

Born July 15, 1871. in Bloomingdale. O. 

Died Nov. 26, 1892. in Richmond. 0. Buried in Bloonifield. 0. 

UNMARRIED. 

5. HANNAH MALINDA^ WELDAY (Alexander Smith, David Howard% 

John>) 

Born Oct. 17, 1877. in Broadacre. 0. 

Living 1935 in Richmond, 0. 

MARRIED June 5, 1895. to David Nelson Graham in Broadacre, 0. 

His occupation: Salesman. 

He was born Aug. 31. 1868, in East Springfield. 0. 

Living 1935 in Richmond. 0. 

HIS PARENTS: John C. and Rebecca (Richardson) Graham. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Samuel Leondias Graham, wife, Mary Elliott. 

George England Graham, wife, Jennie Howell. 

Emma Ann Graham, husband, ^"illiani Hemphill. 

William Roberts Graham, wife. Ida Phillips. 

ONE CHILD of Hannah Malinda^ (Weldayl and David Nelson Graham: 

Florence Alena Graham 

Born Feb. 12, 1908. in Steubenville. 0. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville. 0. 

Her occupation: Registered nurse. (Ohio Valley Hospital. Steubenville. 0.) 

UNMARRIED 



THE BOYD FAMILY 133 

FIVE CHILDREN OF ROBERT JOHN FERGUSON AND 
MATILDA EUNICE (HOLMES) FERGUSON 

(See page 98-99) 

NANCY BETHIA FERGUSON 

Born Nov. 12. 1872. in Reeds Mills, Jefferson County, 0. 

Died July 22, 1911, in Carnegie, Pa. Buried in Bloonilield. 0.. Cemetery. 

MARRIED Sept. 21. 1897, to Lewis Fenton Beltz in Two Ridges Presbyterian 

Parsonage, Jefferson County, 0. 
His occupation: Carpenter foreman. Pittsburgh and West Virginia Ry. Co. 
He was born Nov. 9, 1867, near Reeds Mills. Jefferson County, 0. 

He is living 1935 in Carnegie. Pa. (421 Ridge Ave.) 

HIS PARENTS: John David and Rachel Ann (Marsh) Beltz. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Edward Samuel Beltz, wife. Ida Hillis. 

Harriett Susan Beltz, Unmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Nancy Bethia (Ferguson) and Lewis Fenton Beltz: 
Harry Edward Beltz 
Born Apr. 16, 1898, in Reeds Mills, Jefferson County, 0. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville, 0. (3291/2 Reserve Ave. Glenstin Apt.) 

MARRIED Sept. 4. 1929. to Nelle Dolores Kenney in Holy Name Rectory, 
Steubenville, 0. 

His occupation: Passenger train service, Pennsylvania Railroad, at Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

She was born Sept. 18. 1899. in Sturgeon, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville, 0. (3291/2 Reserve Ave. Glenstin Apt.) 
HER PARENTS: Camille Seynave and Adelaide Glenstine (Guyaux) 
Kenney. (Camille Seynave died in Sturgeon, Pa., in 1903 and Nelle 
Dolores was adopted by her step-father, Michael Joseph Kenney.) 
HER BROTHER (no sisters) : 

Thomas Joseph Kenney. Unmarried. 
CHILDREN: None. 
Lewis Fenton Beltz MARRIED second Mar. 11, 1914, to Theresa Unger of Car- 
negie, Pa. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Lewis Fenton and Theresa (Unger) Beltz: 

(1) Helen Marie Beltz 

Born Dec. 20, 1914, in Carnegie, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Avalon, Pa. (607 Birmingham Ave.) 

MARRIED Apr. 25, 1934, to Elmer Xavier Kalin in Butler, Pa., in Presby- 
terian Parsonage. 

(2) John Lewis Beltz 
Born June 26, 1916. 

Living 1935 in Carnegie, Pa. (421 Ridge Ave.) 

(3) Ralph Eugene Beltz 

Born Nov. 11, 1918. 

Living 1935 in Carnegie, Pa. (421 Ridge Ave.) 

(4) Robert Merril Beltz 

Born Feb. 24, 1923. 

Living 1935 in Carnegie, Pa. (421 Ridge Ave.) 



134 THE BOYD FAMILY 

2. SARAH MARGARET FERGUSON 

Born May 14. 1874. in Jefferson County, 0. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville, 0. (1308 Pennsylvania Ave.) 

MARRIED Apr. 9, 1902. to Edwin Stanton Cunningham in Jefferson County, 0. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Aug. 30. 1870. in Jefferson County. 0. 

He died May 11. 1933. in Steubenville. 0. 

Buried in Bloomfield. Jefferson County. 0. Later removed to L'nion Cemeter)-, 

Steubenville, 0. 
HIS PARENTS: Alexander and Amanda (Dunni Cunningham. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Gertrude Cunningham, husband, L. W. McElroy. 
Elizabeth Cunningham, Unmarried. 

Harry D. Cunningham, wife, Anna Virginia* Welday. 

[See ff elday Family, page 305) 

TWO CHILDREN of Sarah Margaret (Ferguson I and Edwin Stanton Cunning- 
ham : 

(1) Dr. Walter Alexander Cunningham 

Born Jan. 22, 1903, in Jefferson County. 0. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville. 0. (815 Oxford Blvd.) 
MARRIED May 31. 1930. to Helen Reeves in Cleveland. 0. 
His occupation: Physician. 
She was born May 6, 1907, in Cleveland. 0. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville. 0. (815 Oxford Blvd.) 
HER PARENTS: Jesse and Amy (Ames) Reeves. 
HER BROTHER (no sisters) : ' 

Nelson Reeves. Lnmarried. 
CHILDREN: None. 

(2) Frances Elizabeth Cunningham 

Born Nov. 24, 1907, in Jefferson County, 0. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville. 0. (1308 Pennsvlvania Ave.) 
UNMARRIED. 

3. DORA MAUDE FERGUSON 

Bom Dec. 8. 1876. in Fairplay. Jefferson Countv. 0. 

Living 1935 in Broadacre, 0. (R.F.D. Jll. 

MARRIED Feb. 20. 1901. to William Wheeler Gault in Fernwood. 0. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Sept. 19. 1875, in Fernwood, Jefferson County. 0. 

Living 1935 in Broadacre, 0. (R.F.D. $1*. 

HIS PARENTS: David Steward and Emma Nancy (Stark) Gault. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

John James Gault, wife. Laura Belle Elliott. 

Thomas Chambers Gault, L'nmarried. 

Charles Stark Gault, wife, .Miss \^Tiitefield. 

Usher Etta Gault. husband, Reid Scott. 

Margaret Bertha Gault. Unmarried. 

Frank Mickle Gault, w ife. Josephine Max^vell. 

"Alma Elizabeth Gault. Unmarried. 

Adda Marie Gault. Unmarried. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 135 

ONE CHILD of Dora Maude (Feifnisou) and William Wheeler Gault: 
Eunice Emma Gault 
Born Apr. 26, 1906, in Reeds Mill. 0. 

Living 1935 in Bloomfield. 0. (P. C). Bloomingdale, 0.) 
MARRIED Aug. 29. 1927. to Francis Marion Poe in Smithfield, 0. 
His occupation: State higluvay trucking. 
He was born Aug. 21. 1906, in Fairplay, 0. 

Living 1935 in Bloomfield, 0. (P. 0. Bloomingdale, O. ) 

HIS PARENTS: Marion Cortez and Ira Leona I Blackburn I Poe. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Naoma Ruth Poe, 

Ella Glendora Poe, husband. Price Thomas Rayl. 

Susanna Mae Poe, husband. John Simpson Gorsuch. 

Garnet Nevada Poe, husband, Blanchard Cecil Chapman. 

Helen Leona Poe, husband, Donald Merryman Couch. 

ONE CHILD of Eunice Emma (Gault) and Francis Marion Poe: 
Mary Elizabeth Poe 
Born May 26, 1928. in Broadacre. 0. 

Living 1935 in Bloomingdale, 0. 

4. SAMUEL HOLMES FERGUSON 

Born Sept. 20, 1878, in Fairplay. 0. 

Living 1935 in Ingram. Pa. (35 Schley Ave.) 

MARRIED June 1. 1908, to Eva Maree Stone in Sleubenville, 0. 

His occupation: Telegraphy. 

She was born July 26. 1878, in Sleubenville, 0. 

She died Mar. 24, 1917, in Steubenville. 0. 

HER PARENTS: George and Sarah ( Hutton I Stone. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Homer Stone, wife. Catherine Thorburn. 

Fred A. Stone, Unmarried. 

Margaret Gault Stone, husband, Leroy Henry Ault. 

James Stone, 

ONE CHILD of Samuel Holmes and Eva Maree (Stone) Ferguson: 
Margaret Elaine Ferguson 
Born Mar. 21. 1914, in Carnegie, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Sleubenville. 0. 
UNMARRIED. 

5. JOHN WILLIAM FERGUSON 

Born Sept. 22, 1880, in Fairplay, 0. 
Died Mar. 14, 1882, in Fairplay, 0. 



136 THE BOYD FAMILY 

SIX CHILDREN OF WILLIAM BOYD FERGUSON AND 
IDA FLORENCE (CHERRYHOLMES) FERGUSON 

{See page 99) 

1. ALBERT IL\RPER FERGUSON 

Born Dec. 22, 1880, near Crawfordsville, la. 

Living 1935 near Clarks, Nebr. (R.F.D. J2.J 

^LVRRIED May 28, 1913, to Flora Eliza Beottner in Clarks, Nebr., by Rev. C. J. 

Rives. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
She was born Nov. 28. 1893, in Clarks, Nebr. 

Living 1935 near Clarks, Nebr. (R.F.D. J2.) 

HER PARENTS: Edward Adam' and Mary Matilda (Rose) Beottner. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Laura June Beottner, husband, Joseph Abraham Marlow. 

Fern Pearl. Beottner, husband, Robert Herman Lindahl. 

Frank Lewis Beottner, Unmarried. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Albert Harper and Flora Eliza (Beottner) Ferguson: 

(1) Harold Leroy Ferguson 

Born May 4, 1914, near Clarks, Nebr. 

Living 1935 near Clarks, Nebr. (R.F.D. p.) 
His occupation: Farmer. 

(2) Ralph Edward Ferguson 

Born Mar. 12. 1916, near Clarks. Nebr. 

Living 1935 near Clarks, Nebr. (R.F.D. {2.1 
His occupation: Farmer. 

(3) Edith May Ferguson 

Born Dec. 18, 1917. near Clarks, Nebr. 

Living 1935 near Clarks, Nebr. (R.F.D. J2.) 
Attending school. 

(4) Carl William Ferguson 

Born Sept. 23, 1919, near Clarks, Nebr. 

Living 1935 near Clarks, Nebr. (R.F.D. Jf2.) 
Attending school. 

(5) Glen Albert Ferguson 

Born Apr. 6, 1921, near Clarks, Nebr. 

Living 1935 near Clarks, Nebr. (R.F.D. jf2.) 
Attending school. 

(6) Mary Lucile Ferguson 

Born Feb. 17, 1923, near Clarks, Nebr. 

Living 1935 near Clarks, Nebr. (R.F.D. J2.) 
Attending school. 

(7) Earl Wendell Ferguson 

Born Nov. 10. 1933. near Clarks, Nebr. 

Living 1935 near Clarks, Nebr. (R.F.D. p.) 

2. ETHEL ANN FERGUSON 

Born Feb. 21. 1883, in Crawfordsville. la. 

Living 1935 in Pasadena, Calif. (482 E. Del Mar St.) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 137 

MARRIED Sept. 13, 1904, to Ervin Edward Castell in Clarks, Nebr., by Rev. Bear. 

His occupation: Salesman. 

He was born Sept. 14, 1877, in Salina, la. 

Living 1935 in Pasadena. Calif. (4S2 E. Del Mar St.) 
HIS PARENTS: John and Clara (Hague) Castell. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Bernard Castell, wife, Alice McGaw. 

Alfred John Castell, wife, Mabel Elithe Russell. 

Mary Ellen Castell, husband, James Howell. 

Etta Emily Castell. husband. Ansel Fletciier. 

Anna Jane Castell, husband, Edwin Day. 

Priscilla Castell, husband, Horace Cunimings. 

Estella Elizabeth Castell, husband, Ross Lynn. 

Eunice Ivy Castell, husband, Frederick Grant Emery. 

Lillian May Castell, Unmarried. 

Bertha Castell, Unmarried. 

Cora Castell, 

Lena Castell, 

ONE CHILD of Ethel Ann (Ferguson) and Ervin Edward Castell: 
Son (unnamed) 
Born and died June 21, 1906. 

BESSIE MAE FERGUSON 

Born Jan. 4, 1894, in Germanville, la. 

Living 1935 in Yoder, Wyo. 

MARRIED Oct. 20, 1915. to Lawrence Stanley Bice in Central City. Nebr., by 

Rev. Brown. 
His occupation: Rancher. 
He was born Nov. 1, 1893, in Chapman, Nebr. 

Living 1935 in Yoder, Wyo. 

HIS PARENTS: William Henry and Etta Martha Bice. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Stanley Bernard Bice, wife. Opal Gertrude Daniel. 

Ethel Irene Bice, husband, Ralph William Tilley. 

TWO CHILDREN of Bessie Mae (Ferguson) and Lawrence Stanley Bice: 

(1) Lawrence Junior Bice 

Born Oct. 11, 1917. in Central City, Nebr. 

(2) Boyd Ferguson Bice 

Born Oct. 15, 1920, in Torrington, Wyo. 

BOYD SWAN FERGUSON 

Born Jan. 29, 1890, in Trenton, la. 

Living 1935 near Clarks, Nebr. (R.F.D. J2.) 

MARRIED Oct. 16, 1915, to Ella Louise Raecke, in Grand Island. Nebr., by Rev. 

Thompson. 
His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Mar. 12, 1894, in Grand Island, Nebr. 
She died Dec. 23, 1918, in Clarks. Nebr. 

HER PARENTS: Robert John and Johanne Hedwig (Pinsch) Raecke. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Frieda Johanne Raecke, husband. Freeman Bestian. 

Walter Rudolf Raecke, wife. Orral Josephine Young. 

Otto Albert Raecke, wife, Gertrude O'Neita Predmore Simonson. 

George William Raecke, Unmarried. 



138 THE BOYD FAMILY 

TWO CHILDREN of Boyd Swan and Ella Louise (RaeckeJ Ferguson: 

(1) Elvira Ethel Ferguson 

Born May 8. 1916. near Central City. Nebr. 

(2) Dorothy Gene^eve Ferguson 

Born Jan. 14. 1918. near Central City. Nebr. 

Boyd Swan Ferguson MARRIED second May 4. 1923. to Pearl Wait in Grand 

Island, Nebr. 
She was born Sept. 12, 1903. near FuUerton. Nebr. 

Living 1935 near Clarks. Nebr. I R.F.D. $2. ) 

HER PARENTS: Floyd Almon and Jessie Lorena (Hober) Wait. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ruth Ann Wait, husband, William Edward Townsend. 
Paul Laroy Wait, Unmarried. 

Ruby Faye Wait, Unmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Boyd Swan and Pearl I'ttait) Ferguson: 
Lester Boyd Ferguson 

Born Mar. 19. 1925. near Clarks. Nebr. 

5. LEONA FLORENCE FERGUSON 

Born Mar. 29. 1896. in Brighton, la. 

Living 1935 in Gothenburg, Nebr. (1710 Lake Ave. I 

MARRIED Sept. 3, 1921, to Glen Palmer Price in Grand Island, Nebr. 

His occupation: Banker ( Vice-pres., Farmers State Bank.) 

He was born Nov. 12. 1895. in Shickley. Nebr. 

Living 1935 in Gothenburg, Nebr. (1710 Lake Ave. I 

HIS PARENTS: Edward Elijah and Minnie Christine (Anderson) Price. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Hubert Jenning Price, wife, .\da Violet Huston. 

Ross Edwin Price. Unmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Leona Florence (Ferguson) and Glen Palmer Price: 
Bonnie Lee Price 

Born Jan. 29. 1923, in Hastings, Nebr. 

6. MARY VIOLA FERGUSON 

Born Aug. 3, 1899, in Salina, la. 

Living 1935 in Meshanticut Park. R. I. (No. 7 Charles St.) 

MARRIED June 7. 1922, to Harold \S iUiam Myers, in Central City, Nebr. by 

Rev. James Runnell. 
His occupation: Professor of History. 
He was born Jan. 18, 1897, in Clarks, Nebr. 

Living 1935 in Meshanticut Park. R. I. (No. 7 Charles St.) 

HIS PARENTS: Elisha Harrison and Hannah Maria (Abel) Myers of Central 

City, Nebr.. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ida Neotia Myers, (adopted). Unmarried. 

Mabel Elma Myers, husband, Frank Myers. 

Ester Pearl Myers, husband. Elmer Watkins. 

Inez Isabel Myers, husband. Edward Mills. 

Hannah Leona Myers, husband. Arley George Scofield. 

Everett Myers, wife, Lucy Stephens. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 139 

TWO CHILDREN of Mary Viola (Ferguson) and Harold William Myers: 

(1) Gerald Eugene Myers 

Born June 19, 1923, in Central City, Nebr. 

(2) Thomas Barton Myers 

Bom Sept. 29, 1932, in Providence, R. I. 

FIVE CHILDREN OF GEORGE HERCULES FERGUSON AND 
CLARISSA (LEECH) FERGUSON 

(See page 100) 

1. CLIFFORD LeROY FERGUSON 

Born Dec. 5, 1883, in Reeds Mills, 0. 

Living 1935 in Norwalk, 0. (11 Corwin St.) 

MARRIED Dec. 11 1904. to Buena Vista Zollars in Germano, 0. 

His occupation: Railroad agent, W.L.E. R.R. 

She was born Sept. 19. 1885, in Germano. 0. 

Living 1935 in Norwalk. O. (11 Corwin St.) 

HER PARENTS: David Remmington and Jennie Victoria (Roberts) Zollars. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Charles Monford Zollars, wife, Maryn Canfield. 

John Roscoe Zollars, wife, Frances Atwell. 

Nannie Evelyn Zollars, husband. Clyde Tucker. 

Henry Miller Zollars, wife, Hatlie Kuhn. 

TWO CHILDREN of Clifford LeRoy and Buena Vista (Zollars) Ferguson: 

(1) Wayne Zollars Ferguson 

Born Aug. 9, 1906. in Scio. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton, 0. (939 Maryland Ave.. S.W.) 
MARRIED Dec. 26, 1925, to Olive Beryl Syler in Canton, 0. 
His occupation: Polisher. Timken Roller Bearing Co. 
She was born Oct. 29. 1906. in Ankenytown. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton, O. (939 Maryland Ave.. S.W.) 
HER PARENTS: Ross and Edith (Spahr) Syler. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Josephine Edith Syler, husband. Harry H. Zimmerman. 

TWO CHILDREN of Wayne Zollars and Olive Beryl (Syler) Ferguson: 

(1) Frances Elizabeth Ferguson 

Born Jan. 15, 1928, in Canton, 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton, 0. (939 Maryland Ave.. S.W.) 

(2) Joyce Elaine Ferguson 

Born Oct. 28. 1931. in Sugar Creek, Tuscarawas County, 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. (939 Maryland Ave., S.W.) 

(2) Olive Elizabeth Ferguson 

Born Feb. 5. 1909, in Scio. 0. 

Living 1935 in Norwalk, 0. (11 Corwin St.) 

Her occupation: Telephone operator. Northern Ohio Telephone Co. 

UNMARRIED. 

2. EMMETT LEECH FERGUSON 

Born Feb. 17, 1885, in Reeds Mills. 0. Died Feb. 13, 1921, in Elizabeth, Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 



140 THE BOYD FAMILY 

3. AUDRA ELIZABETH FERGUSON 

Born Jan. U, 1889, in Reeds Mills. 0. 

Living 1935 in New Philadelphia. 0. (706 Fair Ave.. N.E.) 
MARRIED Apr. 1. 1913 to William W. Geis in New Philadelphia. 0. 
His occupation: Sign and automobile painter. 
He was born Feb. 28. 1888. in Dennison. 0. 

Living 1935 in New Philadelphia, 0. (706 Fair Ave.. N.E.I 
HIS PARENTS: George M. and Phoebe (Bartholemew) Geis. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Henrietta Isabelle Geis. husband, Fred Kinsey. 

Fannie Constance Geis, husband, John Bichsel. 

Nelle .Anna Geis, husband, Fred Bussinger. 

Joseph Philip Geis. wife, Bessie Page. 

Charles Edward Geis. wife, Belle Roper. 

Walter Archibald Geis. wife. Flossie Davis. 

ONE CHILD of Audra Elizabeth (Ferguson) and William W. Geis: 
Marie Elizabeth Geis 
Born Feb. 21. 1914. in New Philadelphia. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton. Ohio (2026 3rd St.. N.E.I. 
MARRIED Oct. 17. 1935. to Wayne Scott Hair. 

4. NINA FLORENCE FERGUSON 

Born June 23. 1891. in Reeds Mills. 0. 

Living 1935 in New Philadelphia, 0. (125 Third St., N.W.) 
UNMARRIED. 

5. CARREL BOYD FERGUSON 

Born Apr. 9. 1894. in Jewett. 0. 

Living 1935 in New Philadelphia. 0. (958 Grant Ave., N.W.) 

MARRIED Oct. 26, 1916. to Erma Teel in Dover, 0. 

His occupation: Grocer. 

She was born Aug. 6. 1894, in Dover. 0. 

Living 1935 in New Philadelphia. 0. (958 Grant Ave., N.W.) 
HER PARENTS: Henry and Elizabeth (Reis) Teel. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Verna Cozette Teel, husband, Donald W. Marshall. 

Ethel Elizabeth Teel, husband. Albert R. Stratton. 

Hazel Alice Teel, husband, Benjamin H. Miller. 

Walter Fred Teel, 

ONE CHILD of Carrel Boyd and Erma (Teel) Ferguson: 
Robert Milton Ferguson 

Born May 14. 1921. in New Philadelphia, 0. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 141 

SIX CHILDREN OF ROBERT BOYD AND MARGARET ANN 

(GRAY) BOYD 

[See page 106) 

JENNIE GRAY" BOYD (Robert, Archibald% Robert% Williain% Wil- 
Ham') 

Born May 21, 1864, in Jefferson Township, Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED May 21, 1890, to Joseph Sylvester* Hough in Gillespie, Pa. 

(See Hough Family, page 261-262) 
His occupation: Farmer. 
He was born Sept. 10, 1856, in Gillespie, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HIS PARENTS: Abraham' and Catherine (Waltz) Hough. 

{See Hough Family, page 258) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See Hough Family, page 258) 

TWO CHILDREN of Jennie Gray'' (Boyd) and Joseph Sylvester' Hough: 

(1) Margaret Genevieve'' Hough 

Born Mar. 10. 1893. in Gillespie. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City, Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

MARRIED Feb. 20. 1913, to Robert William Warfel in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

His occupation : Clerk for coal company. 

He was born Apr. 3, 1888, in Sandy Lake. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette Citv, Pa. (R.F.D. #1.) 

HIS PARENTS: Daniel Isaac and Mary Edna (Groves) Warfel. 

(He was born in Westmoreland County- near Bolivar. Pa.; he died 
Sept., 1927, in Johnstown. Pa.) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 



John Ivar 


Warfel. 






Hettie 


Warfel. 




Unmarried. 


Ethel 


Warfel. 


husband. 


Raymond Schell. 


Walter Christie 


Warfel, 


wife. 


Cora Miller 


Birdie May 


Warfel. 


husband. 


Jacob Krouse. 


Harry 


Warfel, 




Unmarried. 



FOUR CHILDREN of Margaret Genevieve" (Hough) and Robert William 
Warfel: 

(1) Margaret Thelma Warfel 

Born Dec. 23. 1911. in Gillespie, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City. Pa. (R.F.D. JI.) 

(2) Donald Hough Warfel 

Born Dec. 11, 1916. in Gillespie. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City, Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

(3) Dorothy Gray Warfel 

Born Nov. 20. 1918. in Gillespie, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City. Pa. (R.F.D. jfl.) 

(4) Joseph Eugene Warfel 

Born Apr. 28. 1924, in Gillespie. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City, Pa. (R.F.D. p.) 



142 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(2) Robert Addison ' Hough 

Born Sept. 2, 1900, in Gillespie, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City. Fayette County. Pa. (Jefferson Township.) 

His occupation : Farmer. 

UNMARRIED. 

2. MARGARET VIOLA BOYD (Robert, Archibald*, Robert% William% 

William>) 

Born May 18. 1867, in Redstone. Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Favette City. Pa. (R.F.D.) 
UNMARRIED. 

3. MARY ESTELLA' BOYD (Robert, Archibald% Robert% William^, Wil- 

liamO 

Born Dec. 2, 1869, in Redstone. Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Huntington. W. Va. (606 11th Ave.) 

MARRIED June 8, 1899. to Robert Fulton Carson in Redstone. Fayette County. Pa. 

His occupation: Mining engineer. 

He was born July 21. 1871. near Turtle Creek, Allegheny County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Huntington. W. \ a. (606 11th Ave.) 
HIS PARENTS: James and Nancv (Fulton) Carson: 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS': None. 

HIS HALF-BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William C. Carson, wife. Agnes Witherspoon. 

Thomas Shaw Carson, wife. Minnie Johnson. 

Sara Ada Carson, Unmarried. 

Mary Elizabeth Carson, husband. William Taylor. 

TWO CHILDREN of Mary Estella'* (Boyd) and Robert Fulton Carson: 

(1) Nancy Margaret Carson 

Born June 13. 1901. in Wilkinsburgh, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (1441 Browning Road.) 
MARRIED Sept. 8. 1926, to Herbert James Bailey in Pittsburgh. Pa. 
His occupation: Vice-president of the Bailey Farms Company. 
He was born June 8. 1899. in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (1441 Browning Road.) 
HIS PARENTS: Edwin M. and Lillian (Doudna) Bailey. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: None. 

(2) Robert Boyd Carson 

Born Sept. 7. 1909. in Huntington. W. Va. 

Living 1935 in Huntington W. Va. (606 11th Ave.) 
His occupation: Creamery manager. 
UNMARRIED. 

4. CARRIE EDNA*^ BOYD (Robert. Archibalds Robert% William% Wil- 

liam') 

Born Nov. 15, 1872. in Redstone, Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (625 Oak Street.) 

MARRIED June 8, 1899. to Senator Chester David Sensenich in Redstone. Fayette 
County, Pa. 

His occupation: President. Irwin Foundry and Mine Car Co. President. Intra- 
state Coal and Coke Co. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 143 

He was born Jan. 8. 1867. in Compass. Chester (bounty, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (625 Oak Slreel. I 

HIS PARENTS: Jacob Hcasten and Mary ( Eaby I Sensenich. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Anna Eaby Sensenich, husband. George Washington Knappenberger. 

Christian Eaby Sensenich. 1st wife, Ann Bethune. 

2nd wife, Annie Reeser. 

Elizabeth Mary Sensenich, husband, Harry Stewart. 
Peter Eaby Sensenich, 

Isaac Weaver Sensenich, wife. Hikia Gustafson. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Carrie Edna'^ (Boyd) and Chester David Sensenich: 

(1) Zelina Boyd Sensenit-li (5) Boyd Steel Sensenicli 

(2) Ila Mary Sensenicli (6) Gray Franklin Sensenich 

(3) Chester George Sensenich (7) Earl Ward Sensenich 

(4) Louis Eahy Sensenich 

[For their records, see {Hij^e 195-197) 

GEORGE MELVIN BOYD (Robert, Archibald% Robert', William% Wil- 
liam') 

Born Sept. 13, 1875. in Redstone, Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City, Pa. (R.F.D.) 
UNMARRIED. 

MAUD OLIVE" BOYD (Robert , Archibald, Robert'. Willianr, Wil- 
Ham') 

Born Nov. 10. 1878, in Redstone. Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City, Pa. I R.F.D. I 
UNMARRIED. 



EIGHT CHILDREN OF MARY (BOYD) BRYSON AND 
JOHN HAMILTON BRYSON 

(See page 106-107) 

1. ARCHIBALD BOYD BRYSON 

Born Sept. 12, 1859, in North Union Township. Fayette County, Pa. 
Died Dec. 28, 1863, in North Union Township. Fayette County. Pa. 
Buried in Laurel Hill Presbyterian Cemetery. 

2. MARGARET VIRGINIA BRYSON 

Born June 12, 1863. in Liniontown, Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. (R.F.D.) 
She has the Bryson Family records. 
UNMARRIED. 

3. SUSAN VENORA BRYSON 

Born May 20, 1866. in Unioiito«ii. Fayette tiounty. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City, Pa. ( R.F.D. I 

MARRIED Oct. 24. 1894. to Armor Hudson Haines near Uniontown, Pa., al llie 

Bryson home. 
His occupation : Carpenter. 
He was born Apr. 7. 1870. in Briinton. W . \ a. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HIS PARENTS: Henrv Winfield and Nancy Anne (Laub) Haines. 



144 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

John Henry Haines, wife, Jenny Guseman. 

Edward Lincoln Haines, wife. Sarah Anne Bryson. 

Louvina Haines, husband, Madison Gribble. 

Amanda Haines, husband, Austin Cunningham. 

Mary Haines, husband, Winfield King. 

Katharine Haines, husband, Thomas W. King. 

Clara A. Haines. Unmarried. 

Hattie Allen Haines. Unmarried. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Susan Venora (Bryson) and Armor Hudson Haines: 

(1) Mary Blanche Haines 

Born Sept. 20. 1895. in Uniontown. Pa. 

Died Oct. 10, 1927. in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Buried in LInited Presbyterian Cemetery. Laurelhill, Pa. 

MARRIED to Isaac Stoner Reed. 

He was born Sept. 20, 1895, in North Union Township, Fayette County, Pa. 

He died Oct. 10. 1927. in North L^nion Township. Fayette County. Pa. 

Buried in Laurelhill Cemetery. 

HIS PARENTS: William and Carrie Reed. 

CHILDREN: None. 

(2) Margaret Anne Haines 

Born Oct. 12. 1896. in Monongahela. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City. Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 

(3) Infant (unnamed) 

(Twin boy) 
Born Aug. 15. 1898. in Jefferson Township. Fayette County, Pa. 
Died Sept. 13. 1898. in Jefferson Township. Fayette County, Pa. 
Buried in United Presbyterian Cemetery. Laurelhill. Pa. 

(4) Infant (unnamed) 

(Twin girl) 
Born Aug. 15. 1898, in Jefferson Township. Fayette County, Pa. 
Died Oct. 11. 1898, in Jefferson Township. Fayette County, Pa. 
Buried in United Presbyterian Cemetery, Laurelhill. Pa. 

(5) Howard Hamilton Haines 

Born Nov. 21 (or 22). 1902. in Jefferson Township, Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City. Pa. 
MARRIED to Alice Stoner. 

His occupation: Carpenter. 
CHILDREN: None. 

Howard Hamilton Haines MARRIED second May 11. 1930. to Helen 
Reynolds. 

4. ANDREW OLIVER BRYSON 

Born Oct. 3. 1868, in Uniontown. Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. (99 Lenox St.) 

MARRIED Nov. 4, 1897. to Frances Leah Smith in Cumberland. Md. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born June 7. 1873. in North Union Township, Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. (99 Lenox St.) 

HER PARENTS: Milton Elias and Artridge Bosley (Pegg) Smith. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 145 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Clara Jane Smith, husband, Artluir C. Curstead. 

Hanna Ann Smith, husband, William H. Graham. 

Mary Louise Smith, husband. Charles W. Keys. 
James Benton Smith, wife, Sarah Jane Gaddis. 

Charles Henry Smith, wife, Lulu May Bryson. 

{See page 146) 
Milton Elias Smith, wife. Myrtle Robbins. 

William Albert Smith, wife. Janette Hillard. 

THREE CHILDREN of Andrew Oliver and Frances Leah (Smith) Bryson: 

(1) John Hamilton Bryson. II (3) Gladys Artridge Bryson 

(2) Smith Oliver Bryson 

tFor their records, see page 197-199) 

5. WILLIAM HUNTER BRYSON 

Born Jan. 31, 1872. in Uniontown, Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl) 

MARRIED May 28, 1896. to Eleanor Blatiche Junk in North Union Township, 

Fayette County. Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
She was born Sept. 6. 1872. in North Union Township, Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown, Pa. (R.F.D. }fl) 

HER PARENTS: John H. and Agnes Roselta (Dunn) Junk. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Nancy Annetta Junk, husband, Emerson Esppey Arnold. 

Anna Belle Junk, husband, Arthur Curtice Oglevee. 

Thomas Scott Junk, wife, Mabel Weaver. 

William Preston Junk, wife, Virginia Hankins. 

Harry Clark Junk. wife. Sibbie Ella Davis. 

ONE CHILD of William Hunter and Eleanor Blanche (Junk) Bryson: 
Eleanor Hunter Bryson 

Born Mar. 9. 1902, in North Union Township. Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (532 McClintock Avenue, N.S.) 
MARRIED May 30. 1925, to John Baldinger Wettach. 
His occupation: Commercial engineer. Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co. 
He was born Jan. 21, 1900. in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (532 McClintock Avenue, N.S.) 
HIS PARENTS: Carl Gottlieb and Mollie Katherine (Baldinger) Wet- 
tach. 
HIS SISTER (no brothers): 

Sara Voegtly Wettach. husband. Rev. Joseph Beckwith Brown. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Eleanor Hunter (Bryson) and John Baldinger 
Wettach : 

(1) Helen Eleanor Wettacli 

Born June 3. 1926. in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (532 McClintock Avenue, N.S.) 

(2) William Carl Wettach 

Born Oct. 27. 1929, in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh, Pa. (532 McClintock Avenue, N.S.) 



146 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(3) Robert Bryson Wettach 

Born Feb. 5, 1932. in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (532 McClintock Avenue, N.S.) 

(4) John Baldinger Wettach, Jr. 
Born Mar. 11, 1934. in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (532 McClintock Avenue, N.S.) 

6. MELVIN HAMILTON BRYSON 

Born Sept. 12. 1875. in Uniontown. Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Upper Middletown. Pa. 

MARRIED Nov. 21, 1904. to Mabel Claire Caddis in Uniontown. Pa. 

His occupation : Fanner. 

She was born Sept. 1, 1882. in Darrau, Keokuk County. la. 

Living 1935 in Upper Middletown. Pa. 

HER PARENTS: William Henry and Grace Louise (Pircel) Gaddis. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Howard Gaddis. wife. Hendreka 

Sara Ethel Gaddis. husband, James B. Smith. 

Grace Luella Gaddis. husband. Anizi Vail. 

Jonathan Allen Gaddis. wife, Anna Mav Griffen. 
CHILDREN: None. 

7. ROBERT ELMER BRYSON 

Born July 31. 1878. in Uniontown. Fayette County. Pa. 
Died Mar. 24. 1906. in L'niontown, Fayette County, Pa. 
Buried in Laurelhill Cemetery. Fayette County, Pa. 
His occupation: Clerk. Frick Store. 
UNMARRIED. 

8. LULU MAY BRYSON 

Born May 10, 1881. in Uniontown. Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. (R.F.D. $-i) 

MARRIED Dec. 23. 1901, to Charles Henry Smith in Steubenville. 0. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Feb. 16. 1877. in Lniontown. Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. I R.F.D. #4) 

HIS PARENTS: Milton Elias and Artridge (Pegg) Smith. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 145) 
SEVEN CHILDREN of Lulu May (Bryson) and Charles Henry Smith: 

(1) Edgar Donald Smith (5) Boyd Francis Smith 

(2) Charles Hamilton Smith (6) Margaret Virginia Smith 

(3) Glenn Clayton Smith (7) Irene Beatrice Smith 

(4) Mary Emma Smith 

(For their records, see page 199-200) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 147 

EIGHT CHILDREN OF MARGARET JANE (BOYD) PORE AND 

JOHN ADAM PORE 

(See page 107) 

1. NANCY BOYD PORE 

Born Aug. 24, 1867, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Hunkers. Pa. 

MARRIED Sept. 15. 1888, to John Boyd' Gaut in Greensburg. Pa. 

(See Gaut Family, page 250) 
His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Nov. 24, 1866, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Hunkers, Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: WiUianr and Mary Jane (Wray) Gaut. 

(See Gaut Family, page 248-249) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See Gaut Family, page 248-249) 
FIVE CHILDREN of Nancy Boyd (Pore) and John Boyd' Gaut: 

(1) William Boyd^ Gaut (4) James Wray^ Gaut 

(2) Margaret Jane* Gaut (5) Robert Pore' Gaut 

(3) John Francis* Gaut 

(For their records, see page 200-202) 

2. MARY LOBENGIER PORE 

Born Apr. 10, 1869, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Ruffsdale. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED Oct. 15. 1931. to Elroy P. Nicholls in Greensburg, Pa. 

(See page 162) 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born July 10, 1867. in Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Ruffsdale, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HIS PARENTS: Archibald Boyd and Elizabeth Mary= (Williams) Nicholls. 

(See page 110) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 161-166) 
CHILDREN: None. 

Elroy P. Nicholls MARRIED first Apr. 14, 1898. to Lavina Kerr McCIain in 
Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

(5ee page 162) 

3. ANNA IRENE PORE 

Born Dec. 21, 1870, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Munhall, Pa. (433 Eleventh Avenue). 
MARRIED May 14. 1896. to Dr. John William Bair in Pittsburgh, Pa. 
His occupation: Physician (Office: 202 E. 8th St., Homestead, Pa.). 
He was born Apr. 27, 1869. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Munhall, Pa. (433 Eleventh Avenue). 
HIS PARENTS: David and Lucetta (Highberger) Bair. 



148 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

George Elmer Bair, M.D., wife. Bertha Jane Stanton. 

Elizabeth Mary Bair. husband. John Pinkerton Marble. 

Clarence Edmond Bair, M.D., wife, Alice Wilson. 

Margaret Belle Bair. husband, Irwin Marion Eisaman. LL.D. 

Charles Homer Bair, M.D., wife. Katherine Patton. 

TWO CHILDREN of Anna Irene (Pore I and Dr. John William Bair: 

(1) Mildred Irene Bair 

Born Sept. 4, 1898, in New Stanton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh, Pa. (1214 S. Negley Ave.) 
MARRIED June 24. , to John Boyd Duff, Jr. 

(2) John William Bair 

Born Sept. 19, 1906, in Homestead. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Munhall. Pa. (433 Eleventh Avenue). 

His occupation: Federal Government Home Loan Corporation. 

UNMARRIED. 

4. MARGARET PORE 

Born May 5, 1873, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died Apr. 14, 1924, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Buried in West Newton Cemetery. 

MARRIED Aug. 17, 1893. to Hunter Marion Null in West Newton. Pa. 

His occupation: Teacher, public school. 

HIS PARENTS: Marion and Christenna (Ruoff) Null. 

THREE CHILDREN of Margaret (Pore I and Hunter Marion Null: 

(1) Elmer Merle Null 

Born Sept. 4, 1898, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland Coun- 
ty, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. 
MARRIED to Margaret Moore. 

(2) Margaret Christine Nidi 

Born in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. 

(3) Sarah Gertrude Null 

Born in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 

5. JOHN EDWARD PORE 

Born Oct. 17, 1874, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. J2) 

MARRIED Apr. 12. 1898, to Minnie Edith Henderson in Greensburg, Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Aug. 15, 1876, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. |2) 

HER PARENTS: William Black and Elizabeth (Shupe) Henderson. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Albert Ellsworth Henderson, wife, Elizabeth Elliott. 

Emma Belle Henderson, husband, Cyrus Wineland. 

Ellmore Wellington Henderson, 

William James Henderson. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 149 

ONE CHILD of John Edward and Minnie Edith (Henderson) Pore: 
Albert Ray Pore 
Born June 24. 1900, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED Feb. 1. 1922. to Mildred Elizabeth Lash in Trafford. Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Sept. 28, 1899, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HER PARENTS: Oliver Medsger and Dora (Marsh) Lash. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Rufus Marsh Lash, wife, Zella Susanna'" Hough. 

(5ee Hough Family, page 263) 
Clarence Lash, wife. Edith Errett. 

Owen Lash, wife, Virginia Greenawalt. 

Ralph Lash, wife. Laura Belle Leasure. 

Fred Lash, wife, Blanch Pore Mathias. 

Henry Lash, Unmarried. 

THREE CHILDREN of Albert Ray and Mildred Elizabeth (Lash) Pore: 

(1) Glenn Arthur Pore 

Born May 30, 1922, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 

(2) Betty Louise Pore 

Born June 11, 1929. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 

(3) Eugene Ray Pore 

Born Mar. 18, 1931, in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 

6. GEORGE ELMER PORE 

Born Apr. 13, 1879, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton, Pa. (R.F.D. I 

MARRIED Aug. 21, 1901. to Gertrude Mae Hough in West Newton, Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Nov. 5, 1880. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HER PARENTS: William Henry and Eliza Jane (Billheimer) Hough. 

(He was born Oct. 26. 1855, in South Huntingdon Township, Pa. He died 
May 16, 1914, in South Huntingdon Township, Pa. Married Apr. 22. 1878.) 
HER GRANDPARENTS: James A. and Nancy I Love) Hough. 

(He was born Jan. 30, 1828, in South Huntingdon Township, Pa. He died 
July 20, 1890, in South Huntingdon Township. Pa.) 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ella Etta Hough, husband, Clarence Frank Suter. 

Sarah Elizabeth Hough, husband, Ellsworth Fisher. 
CHILDREN: None. 

7. SARAH ELIZABETH PORE 

Born Apr. 27, 1881, in Fitz Henry, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D. p) 



150 THE BOYD FAMILY 

MARRIED Aug. 15, 1900. to William Hunter in West Newton. Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born June 5. 1879. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 

Count)'. Pa. 
He died Jan. 16, 1903, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery. 

HIS PARENTS: Archibald Boyd and Sarah Florence' (Bell) Hunter. 

{See page 113} 
(See Bell Family, page 237} 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

David L. Hunter, wife, Edith Boyd' Markle. 

[See page 152} (See Markle Family, page 274} 

Anna Cora Hunter, L'nmarried. 

Bennett Blaine Hunter, wife, Ada (McMahon) Rothey. 

Emma Florence Hunter, husband. Clarence Ross Kelley. 

{See page 177-178} 

Archibald Boyd Hunter, wife. Mary Lucetta Mason. 

Mary Frances Hunter, husband. Burns R. Scott. 
Joseph Oliver Hunter, Unmarried. 

{See page 176-179} 

ONE CHILD of William and Sarah Elizabeth (Pore I Hunter: 
Margaret Florence Hunter 

Born Mar. 24. 1902. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle \ ernon. Pa. ( R.F.D. Jl ) 

MARRIED July 6, 1923. to Thomas Culbert Rankin in Pittsburgh. Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer and State Highway foreman. 

He was born June 14, 1902. in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D. jil) 

HIS PARENTS: John Culbert and Annie Marie (Culbert) Rankin. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ellwood Alexander Rankin. Unmarried. 

John Kelly Rankin, wife, Grace Maude" Hough. 

(See Hough Family, page 264} 

Kathleen Rankin, husband. Samuel Fenton Moody. 

Frances Rankin, husband. Stuart Donaldson. 

Sarah Rankin, husband, James Walter Duwall. 

ONE CHILD of Margaret Florence (Hunter) and Thomas Culbert Rankin: 
William Hunter Rankin 

Born Oct. 21, 1925. in Rostra\er Township, Westmoreland Coun- 
ty, Pa. 
Sarah Elizabeth Pore MARRIED second Dec. 5. 1911, to David Sylvester^ SchoU 
in Uniontown. Pa. 

(See page 176) 
(See Scltoll Family, page 296) 

His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born Nov. 24. 1878. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl) 



John Hennings^ 


SchoU. 


Sarah Jane* 


Scholl. 


Adaline'' 


SchoU. 


William Walter* 


Scholl. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 151 

HIS PARENTS: William Lamech' aid Mary Florence' (Bell) Scholl. 
(See Scholl Family, page 294-296) 
(See Bell Family, page 235) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Emma Bell* Scholl, Unmarried. 

Milo Templeton* Scholl. wife, Minnie Elizabeth NichoUs. 

{See page 164) 
Ally Anna* Scholl, husband, John Calvin NichoUs. 

(See page 163-164) 
Charles Christian* Scholl. wife, Sadie Jane Rhodes. 

(5ee page 167) 
Unmarried. 
Unmarried. 
Unmarried. 
Unmarried. 
(5ee Scholl Family, page 294-296) 

FOUR CHILDREN of Sarah Elizabeth (Pore) and David Sylvester* Scholl: 

(1) Mary Ruth^ Scholl 

Born Jan. 9, 1913, in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Denora, Pa. (215 Walnut St.) 

MARRIED June 28. 1933, to Clarence Elane Stump in Donora. Pa. 

His occupation : Steel worker. 

He was born Apr. 23, 1907, in East Liverpool. 0. 

Living 1935 in Donora. Pa. (215 Walnut St.) 

HIS PARENTS: Hallie Christopher and Mary Ann (Johnston) Stump. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ruby Lee Stump, husband, Earl Christian Mosebaugh. 

Norma Josephine Stump, husband, William Amor Lillico. 

Mary Edna Stump, Unmarried. 

Myrtle Ethel Stump, husband, Walter Kerr McCulIoch. 

Laura Elizabeth Stump, Unmarried. 

Jeannette Faye Stump, husband. William Bush. 

Lillian Gertrude Stump, Unmarried. 

John Howard Stump, Unmarried. 

CHILDREN: None. 

(2) Sarah Elizabeth Scholl 

Born Aug. 26, 1915. in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl) 
UNMARRIED. 

(3) David Pore' Scholl 

Born Jan. 8, 1917, in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl) 
UNMARRIED. 

(4) Robert Boyd' Scholl 

Born Dec. 21, 1918, in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D. #1) 

8. ROBERT LARIMER PORE 

Born Mar. 17, 1883. in South Hountingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Jan. 3, 1903, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Dick Cemetery. 
UNMARRIED. 



152 THE BOYD FAMILY 

SIX CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH LARIMERS (BOYD) MARKLE 
AND GEORGE WASHINGTON^ MARKLE 

(See page 107) 

1. EDITH BOYD MARKLE (George Wa8hington% General Jo8eph% Gas- 

pare!-, John Chrisman') 

Born Aug. 22, 1876. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. p.) 

MARRIED July 24. 1894, to David L. Hunter in Sewickley Township. Westmore- 
land County. Pa. 

{See page 150 and 274) 
He was born Feb. 11. 1875, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
He died Sept. 3, 1931. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery. 

HIS PARENTS: Archibald Boyd and Sarah Florence' (Bell) Hunter. 

(See page 113) 
(See Bell Family, page 237) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 176-179} 
EIGHT CHILDREN of Edith Boyd^ (Marklel and David L. Hunter: 

(1) William Lloyd Hunter (5) Mabel Edith Hunter 

(2) Florence Elizabeth Hunter (6) Emma .41ice Hunter 

(3) George Boyd Hunter (7) Margaret Ruth Hunter 

(4) Mildred May Hunter (8) David Bennett Hunter 

( For their records, see page 228-231 ) 

2. LAWRENCE ALVIN MARKLE (George WashingtonS General Jo8eph% 

Gaspard^, John Chrisman') 

Born Oct. 3, 1878. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Sept., 1880. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery. 

3. ALICE^ MARKLE (George Wa9hington% General Joseph^ Gaspard", 

John Chri8man') 

Born Dec. 11, 1880, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. 
Her occupation: Clerk. 
UNMARRIED. 

4. HARRY WILMER' MARKLE (George WashingtonS General Josephs 

Gaspard^, John Chrisman') 

Born Feb. 3, 1883, near West Newton. South Huntingdon Township. Westmore- 
land County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh, Pa. (582 East End Avenue.) 

MARRIED Nov. 26: 1913, to Grace Elizabeth Bowie in Easton. Pa. 

His occupation: District Manager, Pan-American Life Insurance Co., Pittsburgh 

office. 
She was born Sept. 4, 1887. in Scranton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh, Pa. (582 East End Avenue.) 
HER PARENTS: William and Laura Mary (Staples) Bowie. 

(She married second to Le Rov George Smith.) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Staples Bowie, Unmarried. 

Altha Devera Bowie, husband, Harry Donald Halpin. 

Harry Ellsworth Bowie, Unmarried. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 153 

THREE CHILDREN of Harry Wilmer' and Grace Elizabeth (Bowie) Markle: 

(1) Mary Louise" Markle 

Born Mar. 18. 1915, in Greensburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (582 East End Avenue.) 

(2) Elizabeth Larimer" Markle 

Born Apr. 12, 1919, in Greensburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (582 East End Avenue.) 

(3) Jean Eleanor" Markle 

Born Feb. 1. 1925, in Greensburg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (582 East End Avenue.) 

ROBERT LLOYD MARKLE (George Wa9hington\ General Jo9eph% 
Gaspard", John Chrisnian') 

Born June 5, 1885, near West Newton. South Huntingdon Township, Westmore- 
land County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. (621 Oakland Avenue.) 

MARRIED Nov. 2, 1915. to Jane Kilgore Zimmerman in Greensburg, Pa. 

His occupation: Westmoreland Water Company. 

She was born Oct. 10, 1883, in Unity Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. (621 Oakland Avenue.) 
HER PARENTS: Henry Reamer and Catharine Zimmerman. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Marion Lewis, Zimmerman, wife, Mary Kilgore Welty. 

Melvin Arron Zimmerman, wife. Ella May Beistel. 

Charlie Baker Zimmerman, Unmarried. 

Elizabeth Katharine Zimmerman, husband, Simon Somers. 

George Henry Zimmerman. Unmarried. 

Ephriam Zimmerman, wife, Catharine lona Brinker. 

John Isaac Zimmerman, wife, Elizabeth Pearl Brown. 

Lucy Hannah Zimmerman, husband, Howard Scott Wagner. 

Minerva Anne Zimmerman, husband, Amos Moorhead Huffman. 

Ada Novela Zimmerman, husband, Charles Thomas Stouffer. 

Elsie Mabel Zimmerman, husband, Ira Wesley Wingert. 

Edward Joseph Zimmerman, wife, Edna Ada Huffman. 

THREE CHILDREN of Robert Lloyd' and Jane Kilgore (Zimmerman) Markle: 

( 1 ) Dorothy Jean" Markle 

Born Oct. 12, 1917, in Greensburg, Pa. * 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (621 Oakland Avenue.) 

(2) Catharine Elizabeth" Markle 

Born Nov. 20, 1918, in Greensburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (621 Oakland Avenue.) 

(3) Margaret Roberta" Markle * 

Born Apr. 18, 1920. in Greensburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (621 Oakland Avenue.) 

MARGARET ELIZABETH MARKLE (George WashingtonS General 
Joseph^, Gaspard", John Chrisman') 

Born June 13, 1888. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (208 Oakland Avenue.) 

Her occupation: Teacher-organist. 

UNMARRIED. 



154 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THREE CHILDREN OF JAMES McAYEAL' BOYD AND SARAH' 

(PINKERTON) BOYD 

(See page 108) 

1. ROBERT CALVEV^ BOYD (James McAyeal, Robert Larimer*, Robert% 

William% WilliamO 

Born May 28, 1882, near West Newton, South Huntingdon Township, Westmore- 
land County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. $1.) 

MARRIED May 30. 1923. to Marv Belle Schouffler in Fayette City. Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Oct. 13, 1886. in Allegheny County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. fl.! 

They are living in the house on farm of Robert and Elizabeth (Larimer) Boyd, 

which has been in this Boyd family for about 125 years. 
HER PARENTS: Jacob and Rebecca Jane (Mellinger) Schouffler. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Harvey Elliot Schouffler, wife, Ada Barlow. 

David Mellinger Schouffler, 

George Sutton Schouffler, wife. Sarah Elizabeth Brewer. 

Abram Roy Schouffler. Unmarried. 

Margaret Schouffler, 

Grover Cleveland Schouffler. wife. Nelle Grant Jones. 

Edna DeEtte Schouffler. L nmarried. 

CHILDREN: None. 

2. MARY PINKERTON' BOYD (James Mc.4yeal% Robert Larimer% Rob- 

ert", William-, William') 

Born Nov. 12. 1883, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (209 Eighth St. I 

MARRIED Oct. 12, 1904, to W illiani Anderson Smith near West Newton, Pa., at 

the Boyd home. 
His occupation: Salesman. 
He was born Aug. 20, 1879, in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (209 Eighth St.) 

HIS PARENTS: George Plummer and Malazena Elizabeth (Harbison) Smith. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

ft 

Elizabeth Houseman Smith. Unmarried. 

Francis Graham Smith. Unmarried 

Helen Duff Smith, husband, John Melvin McKenery. 

Martha Robertson Smith. Unmarried. 

Hazel Malazena Smith, husband, Henry Zundle. 

ONE CHILD of Mary Pinkerton** ( Boyd I and William Anderson Smith: 

Sarah Elizabeth Smith 

Born Aug. 29, 1906, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Died Apr. 23, 1927, in West Newton. Pa. 

Buried in Rehoboth, Rostraver Township, Pa. 

3. MAGGIE ALICES BOYD (James McAveal% Robert LarimerS Robert% 

WUliamS William') 
Born Feb. 20, 1885, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D.) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 155 

MARRIED Dec. 14, 1904, to Alfred Guy Patterson in Youngstown, 0. 

( 5ee page 1 78 ) 
His occupation: Farmer. 
He was born Mar. 2, , in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HIS PARENTS: Israel and Margaret (Owens I Patterson. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Charles Clyde Patterson, wife, Nettie Goslin. 

Alfaretta Patterson, husband. Horatio N. Porter. 

Annie Virginia Patterson, husband, Morton Kelley. 

Frances Rebecca Patterson, husband, Edward Smith. 

Harriet Patterson, Unmarried. 

THREE CHILDREN of Maggie Alice" (Boydl and Alfred Guy Patterson: 

(1) Sarah Alfaretta Patterson 

Born Sept. 14. 1905, in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D.) 
Her occupation: Teacher. 
UNMARRIED. 

(2) James Boyd Patterson 

Born May 31, 1910, in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

MARRIED Apr. 1, 1934, to Marian Bell Kelley in West Newton, Pa. 

{See page 178) 
His occupation: Farmer. 
She was born Aug. 20, 1913. in West Newton, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

HER PARENTS: Clarence Ross and Emma Florence (Hunter) Kelley. 

(See page 177) 
HER GRANDPARENTS: David Hepler and Rebecca Ross" (Hough) 
Kelley. 

(5ee page 177) 
{See Hough Family, page 259) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Sarah Rebecca Kelley. husband, Harold Jacob Obley. 
William Ross Kelley. Unmarried. 

{See page 177-178) 
CHILDREN: None. 

(3) Virginia Louise Patterson 

Born July 20, 1912. in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED Sept. 1, 1934, to George Walter Miller. 

His occupation: Salesman for Wagoner Gas & Oil Company. 

He was born Apr. 20, 1912, in Meyersdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon, Pa. 
CHILDREN: None. 



156 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THREE CHILDREN OF MARY= (BOYD) WALKINSHAW AND 
JOHN CUMMINS WALKINSHAW 

(See page 108) 

1. ROBERT BOYD WALKINSHAW 

Born Mar. 24, 1884, in Millwood, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Seattle. Wash. (936 12th Avenue North). 
MARRIED June 10. 1914, to Jeanie Mayer Walter in Bahimore, Md. 
His occupation : Lawyer. 
She was born in Baltimore, Md. 

Living 1935 in Seattle, Wash. (936 12th Avenue North). 

HER PARENTS: Moses Raphael and Bertha (Ulman) Walter. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Clementine Harrisse Walter, husband, Bartus Trew. 

Raphael Walter, wife, Nancy Baker. 

Albert Ulman Walter, Unmarried. 

Valerie Harrisse Walter. Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of Robert Boyd and Jeanie Mayer (Walter) Walkinshaw: 

(1) Walter Walkinshaw 

Born Feb. 28, 1917. in Seattle, Wash. 

Living 1935 in Seattle, Wash. (936 12th Avenue. North.) 

(2) Valerie Walkinshaw 

Born Dec. 10, 1921. in Seattle, Wash. 

Living 1935 in Seattle, Wash. (936 12th Avenue North.) 

2. HUGH ROBINSON WALKINSHAW 

Born Mar. 5. 1886, in Millwood, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Burlington, Wash. 

MARRIED June 13. 1922. to Sarah Alice Aiken in Seattle, Wash. 

His occupation: Rancher. 

She was born Sept. 25. 1888, in Lane, Kan. 

Living 1935 in Burlington, Wash. 

HER PARENTS: Alexander Murray and Alice Ann (Mather) Aiken. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Samuel M. Aiken. Unmarried. 

Robert Brown Aiken, wife, Etta Downey. 

Mary Carroll Aiken, husband, George Wilson Ewing. 

Frances Ogan Aiken, Unmarried. 

Ralph Aiken, wife, Katharine Agnes Tonner. 

Newton Jesse Aiken, wife. Grace Lucile Hays. 

Henry Ogan Aiken, wife, Mary McLean. 

Olive Mildred Aiken, husband. Dr. Charles Strong Phillips. 

Junius Whitmore Aiken, wife. Edna Raven. 
CHILDREN: None. 

3. MARY EMMA WALKINSHAW 

Born Sept. 14, 1888, in Millwood, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (R.F.D. J6.) 

MARRIED June 14, 1916, to Joseph Miller Highberger in Millwood, Pa. 

His occupation: Teacher. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 157 

He was born May 8, 1883. in Waltz Mill, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (R.F.D. $6.) 

HIS PARENTS: Theodore and Leah Jane (Miller) Highberger. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Waltz Highberger, wife. Elizabeth Patterson. 

Susan Highberger, husband, Charles Gordon. 

TWO CHILDREN of Mary Emma (Walkinshaw) and Joseph Miller Highberger: 

(1) Ruth Leah Highberger 

Born June 28, 1917. in Crafton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. (R.F.D. Jf6. ) 

(2) John Theodore Highberger 

Born Sept. 16. 1920, in Oxford, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. (R.F.D. ^6. 1 

SIX CHILDREN OF ARCHIBALD J/ BOYD AND ANN JANE 

(McCUNE) BOYD 

(See pag^e 108-109) 

1. ALBERT CLARENCE^ BOYD (Archibahl J. , William, Archibalds Wil- 

liam% William% William') 

Born May 26. 1868. in Bells Mill. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herminie. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
MARRIED to Lillian Sidwell in Falls City. Nebr. 

She was buried in Falls City, Nebr. 

ONE CHILD of Albert Clarence' and Lillian (Sidwell) Boyd: 

Jay* Boyd 

Born Jan. 1. 1902. Died about 1903 in Falls City, Nebr. 

2. HARRY HAZLETT' BOYD (Arohibald J.% William% Archibalds Wil- 

liam% William% William') 

Born Dec. 20. 1869. in Bells Mill, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herminie. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

UNMARRIED. 

3. FRANK WIDTH' BOYD (Archibald J.% William % Archibald*, William% 

William% William') 

Born May 21. 1872. in Bells Mill, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herminie. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

UNMARRIED. 

4. JENNIE ELEANOR' BOYD (Archibald J:\ William% Archibalds Wil- 

liam% Williams William') 

Born Sept. 3, 1874, in Mars Hill, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herminie, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

MARRIED Dec. 31. 1894. to James Henrv Crosby in Herminie. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
His occupation : Transfer business. 
He was born Feb. 20. 1872, in Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herminie. Westmoreland County. Pa. 



158 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HIS PARENTS: Eli and Elizabeth Crosby. 

ONE CHILD of Jennie Eleanor' ( Boyd I and James Henry Crosby: 

Annie Lulu Crosby 

Born Oct. 17. 1896. in Herminie, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herminie. Pa. 
Her occupation: Clerk. 
UNMARRIED. 

5. MAGGIE FAY" BOYD (Archibald J.\ William, Archibald', William', 

WiUiamS William^ 

Born July 4. 1878, in Mars Hill. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wilkinsburg. Pa. (320 South Avenue. 1 

MARRIED Mar. 18, 1897. to Hanway Castner Bowers in Falls City. Nebr. 

His occupation: Ocean Coal Company. Herminie, Pa. 

He was born May 30. 1874. in West Newton, Pa. 

He died June 24, 1918, in Herminie. Pa. Buried in Madison, Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Daniel and Sarah .^nn (Poorman) Bowers. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Bowers, wife. Elizabeth Keefer. 

Asbery Bowers, wife. Carrie Goodman. 

Hunter R. Bowers, wife. Grace Wallace. 

Laura Bowers, husband, William Shoaf. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Maggie Fay" (Boyd) and Hanway Castner Bowers: 

(1) Elizabeth Boyd Bowers 

Born Dec. 28. 1899. in Herminie. Pa. 
Died July 24. 1900. in Herminie. Pa. 

(2) Marguerite Jane Bowers 

Born May 30. 1901. in Herminie, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wilkinsburg. Pa. (1212 Coal St.) 
MARRIED Mar. 25. 1921. to Carl Roberts Adams. 

He died Oct. 24. 1924. 

Marguerite Jane Bowers MARRIED second Sept. 17. 1929, to Marion 
Carlton Wolf. 

(3) Florence Tilbrook Bowers 

Born May 16. 1904, in Herminie. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herminie. Pa. 

(4) Clara Allan Bowers 

Born Feb. 27. 1909. in Herminie. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wilkinsburg. Pa. (301 Pennsvlvania Ave.) 
UNMARRIED. 

(5) Boyd Anna Bowers 

Born Feb. 16, 1912. in Herminie, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wilkinsburg, Pa. (301 Pennsylvania Ave.) 

6. ARCH FINLEY" BOYD (Archibald J/. W illiam% Archibald'. William% 

Williams William') 

Born Aug. 1. 1883. in Mars Hill, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (136 Second Street.) 

MARRIED Aug. 1. 1911, to Nannie Pearl Dale in West Newton. Pa. 

His occupation: Poultryman. 



THE BOYD FAMIM 159 

She was born Oct. 2. lo79, in Soiitli Hmilingdon lownsliip. Westmorpland 
County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (136 Second Street.) 

HER PARENTS: Peter Conrad and Druscilla (Penney) Dale. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Cora Bell Dale, husband, Jay Smith Silsley. 

Richard Matthew Dale, wife, Ella Sidwell. 

Harry Seward Dale. wife. Margaret Adanison. 

CHILDREN: None. 



TWO CHILDREN OF JOSIAH MORRISON BRAWDY AND LAURA 
MAY (MORTON) BRAWDY 

(See jniiie 109) 

1. NELLIE BELLE BRAWDY 

Born Nov. 1, 1889. in Bells Mill. South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa., on the William Boyd farm, then owned by her grandmother. 
Joanna Jack Boyd Brawdy. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (103 Sixth Street.) 

MARRIED June 26, 1912. to Thomas Edgar Willis in Old Sewickley Presbyterian 

Church in Bells Mill, Pa. 
His occupation: Construction foreman for Pittsburgh Coal Company. 
He was born Apr. 25. 1889. in .Sherridsville, Carroll County, 0. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (103 Sixth Street.) 
HIS PARENTS: Mark and Priscilla ( Bates 1 Willis. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Anna Maria Beatrice Willis, husband. Xictor N. Johnson. 

Percy Mark Willis, wife. fToldie Hough. 

John Edward Willis, wife, Alice Rhue. 

William Henry Willis, wife, Estelle McElroy. 

Lulu Jane Willis, husband, George Orbin Carson. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Nellie Belle (Brawdy I and Thomas Edgar Willis: 

(1) Ruth Elizabeth Willis 

Born Feb. 12. 1914. in Banning. Fa\ette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. ( 103 Sixth Street.) 

(2) Jane Estelle Willis 

Born June 23. 1919. in BaTiiiing. Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (103 Sixth Street. I 

(3) Anna Kathryn Willis 

Born Dec. 6. 1923. in West Newton. Westmoreland Count\. Pa. 

Living 1935 in \^est Newton. Pa. (103 Sixth Street.) 

(4) Dorothy Louise Willis 

Born Oct. 10, 1927, in West Newton. \\ cslmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (103 Sixlii Street.) 

(5) William Morrison Willis 

Born Feb. 5, 1933. in West Newton. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 1 103 Sixth Street.) 



160 THE BOYD FAMILY 

2. JOHN THAMER BRAWDY 

Born Nov. 28, 1891. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

MARRIED Oct. 6. 1910, to Blanche Mary Bryan in Sewickley Presbyterian 

Manse. Milbell, Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
She was born Mar. 3, 1893, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. $1.) 

HER PARENTS: John Rader and Rebecca Pore (Kelley) Bryan. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Anna Margaret Bryan, husband. Henry Isaac Trout. 

Clara Belle Bryan, husband, William Allen Felgar. 

Emma Etta Bryan, husband, Lawrence Allen Leasure. 

William Kelley Bryan, wife. Susie Woods. 

Woodroe Thurman Bryan, wife, Hattie Belle Sherbondy. 

John Henry Bryan, wife, Margaret Mclndo. 

George Franklin Bryan. 

TWO CHILDREN of John Thamer and Blanche Mary (Bryan) Brawdy: 

(1) Edith Rebecca Brawdy 

Born Mar. 20, 1911. in Milbell. South Huntingdon Township. Westmore- 
land County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (223 Eighth St.). 

MARRIED July 1. 1932. to Leonard Ogden Albright in Milbell. near West 

Newton. Pa., at parents" home. 
His occupation: Salesman for Western Flour Company. 
He was born Nov. 6, 1910, in Madison. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (223 Eighth St.). 

HIS PARENTS: Lawrence Franklin and Emily Helen (Marks) Albright. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: None. 

CHILDREN: None. 

(2) John Deane Brawdy 

Born Apr. 8, 1925, in Milbell, South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl). 

FOUR CHILDREN OF ELEANOR JANE (BRAWDY) EVANS AND 

JAMES TOBIAS EVANS 

{See pa^e 109-110) 

1. JOHN BRAWDY EVANS 

Born Jan. 23, 1892. in Madison. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Larimer, Pa. 

MARRIED June 30. 1911. to Caroline Maria Beurer in Philadelphia, Pa. 

His occupation: Chemist. 

She was born Dec. 21, 1891. in Philadelphia. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Larimer, Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Augustave and Caroline Beurer. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Stewart, Ralph and Gertrude (husband. Maurice Breline) Beurer. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 161 

ONE CHILD of John Brawdy and Caroline Maria (Beurerl Evans: 
Caroline Eleanor Evans 

Born Nov. 11. 1918, in Wilkinslnirg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Larimer, Pa. 

2. FRANK WOODWARD EVANS 

Born Apr. 21. 1893. in Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Freeport, Long Island. l\. Y. (251 N. Columbus Ave.) 
MARRIED Mar. 9. 1914. to Grace Emily Baehr in Greensburg. Pa. 
His occupation: Pres. of Central Engineers, Inc.. of New York Citv. N. Y. 
She was born Dec. 19. 1892. in Jersey City. N. J. 

Living 1935 in Freeport, Long Island. N. Y. (251 N. Columbus Ave.) 
HER PARENTS: George and Hannah Isabelle (Smvthel Baehr. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Hoop Baehr. wife. Bertha Ennna Dieckhofl. 

George Lawrence Baehr. wife, Susan Davene Wheatlev. 

Mary Leila Baehr. husband, John Barley Drake. 

TWO CHILDREN of Frank Woodward and Gra.e Emily (Baehr) Evans: 

(1) Frank Woodward Evans, Jr. 

Born Nov. 2. 1918. in Sewickley. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Freeport, Long Island. N. Y. (251 N. Columbus Ave.) 

(2) John DeNoon Evans 

Born Sept. 10, 1922. in McKeesport. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Freeport. Long Island. N. ^. (251 N. Columbus Ave.) 

3. ETHEL MAY EVANS 

Born Feb. 24. 1891. in Madison. Pa. Died Apr. 8. 1891. in Madison, Pa. 

4. UNNAMED CHILD 

Born and died May 5. 1896. in Madison. Pa. 



TEN CHILDREN OF ARCHIBALD BOYD NICHOLLS AND ELIZ- 
ABETH^ (WILLIAMS) NICHOLLS 

(See page 110) 

1. BOYD EMERSON NICHOLLS 

Born Oct. 16, 1863. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Sept. 17, 1864. in South Huntinadown Township. Westmoreland Conntv. Pa. 
Buried in Sewickley Cemetery. 

2. WILLIAM THOMAS NICHOLLS 

Born May 18, 1865. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill, Mo. (R.F.D. ifl.) 

MARRIED Aug. 31. 1887. to Lettir Ann Morrison in Mercer. 111. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

She was born May 30. 1865. in Adams County, 0. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill, Mo. (R.F.D. p.) 

HER PARENTS: Robert Culbertson and Elizabeth (Campbell) Morrison. 



162 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

James Willson Morrison, wife, Damaris Campbell. 

Hannah Elizabeth Morrison, Unmarried. 

William Alexander Morrison, wife, Mary Croson. 

Samuel Stewart Morrison. Unmarried. 

John Monroe Morrison, wife. Belle Olford. 

Mary Margaret Morrison, husband, William Bird. 

Nancy Arabell Morrison, husband. Rev. Osmer Dunle\7-. 

SIX CHILDREN of William Thomas and Lettie Ann (Morrison) NichoUs: 

(1) Elizabeth Vera NichoUs (4) Mary Lucile Nicholls 

(2) Robert Earl Nicholls (5) Raymond Murry Nicholls 

(3) Archie Reed Nicholls (6) Anna Belle Nicholls 

{For their records, see page 202-203) 

3. ELROY P. NICHOLLS 

Born July 10, 1867. in Sevvickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Ruffsdale. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED Apr. 14, 1898. to Lavina Kerr McClain in Rostraver Township, West- 
moreland County. Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Dec. 14, 1875. in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

She died May 11. 1924. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Buried in Olive Branch Cemeterv. 

HER PARENTS: Thomas and Lavina Catherine (Kerr) McCIain. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Mary McClain. husband, Grant Howard. 

Thomas Henrv McClain. Unmarried. 

Anna Belle McClain. LInmarried. 

THREE CHILDREN of Elroy P. and Lavina Kerr (McClain) Nicholls: 

(1) Ruth Rebecca Nicholls (3) .\nna Belle Nicholls 

(2) Helen Elizabeth Nicholls 

{For their records, see page 204) 
Elroy P. Nicholls MARRIED second Oct. 15. 1931. to Mary Lobengier Pore in 
Greensburg. Pa. 

(See page 147) 
She was born Apr. 10. 1869. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Ruffsdale. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HER PARENTS: John Adam and Margaret Jane= (Boyd) Pore. 

{See page 107) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 147-151) 
CHILDREN: None: 

4. GRETTA ANN NICHOLLS 

Born Feb. 25, 1871. in South Huntingdon Township, ^Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Mar. 11. 1893, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Brick Cemeterv (Hoffman's). Smithton, Pa. 
MARRIED June 15. 1892. to Jacob Lawrence" Hough in Mendon, Pa. 

(5ee Hough Family page 264) 
His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born Aug. 28, 1862. in Smithton. Pa. 
He died Nov. 2, 1934, in Eightyfour, Pa. 
Buried in Monongahela Cemetery. Monongahela City. Pa. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 163 

HIS PARENTS: William* and Catherine (Shupe) Hough. 

(See Hough f\iiiiily page 261) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See Hough Fainil) page 261) 

ONE CHILD of Gretta Ann (Mcholls) and Jacob Lawrence'' Hough: 
Naomi Nioholls'" Hough 

Born Feb. 28. 1893, in Smithton, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Minneapolis. Minn. (4716 S. Emerson Ave.) 

MARRIED Aug. 21, 1916, to Dr. James Shearer McCartney, Jr., in Wash- 
ington, Pa. 

His occupation: Professor of Pathology, University of Minnesota Medical 
School. 

He was born July 21, 1893, in Tarentum. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Minneapolis, Minn. (4716 S. Emerson Ave.) 

HIS PARENTS: James Shearer and Lizzie Jane (Bovard) McCartney. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Mary Margaretta McCartney. husband, Austin Lee George. 

Alice Bovard McCartney, Unmarried. 

Jane Elizabeth McCartney, husband, Archibald Copeland 

Campbell. 

Ada St. Clair McCartney, 1st husband, Robert Dunbar. 

2nd husband, Herbert L. Sackville. 

TWO CHILDREN of Naomi NichoUs'" (Hough) and Dr. James Shearer 
McCartney, Jr. 

(1) James Shearer McCartney, III 
Born Feb. 8, 1918, in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Minneapolis, Minn. (4716 S. Emerson Ave.). 

(2) William Hough McCartney 

Born Nov. 17, 1922. in Minneapolis, Minn. 

Living 1935 in Minneapolis. Minn. (4716 S. Emerson Ave.) 
Jacob Lawrence" Hough MARRIED second June 11, 1896, to Elizabeth Kammerer. 
She was born Mar. 3, 1861. 

ONE CHILD of Jacob Lawrence" and Elizabeth (Kammerer) Hough: 

Joseph Kammerer*" Hough 

(See Hough Family page 264) 

JOHN CALVIN NICHOLLS 

Born Dec. 25, 1872, in Hampfield Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D. J2.) 

MARRIED Nov. 29, 1894, to Ally Anna* Scholl in Suterville. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 

(See Scholl Family, page 295) 
His occupation: Farmer. 
She was born Mar. 28, 1874, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D. #2.1 

HER PARENTS: William Lamech' and Mary Florence^ (Bell) Scholl. 
(See Bell Family, page 235) 
{See Scholl Family, page 294-296) 



164 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

tSee page 150-151) 
tSee Scholl Fawih: page 294-296) 
TWELVE CHILDREN of John Calvin and Ally Anna' (Scholl) NichoUs: 

(1) Florence Elizabeth Nieholls (7) Martha Bell Nicholls 

(2) Bennett Blair Nicholls (8) John Calvin Nicholls, Jr. 

(3) Mary Edna Nicholls (9) Infant (Unnamed) 

(4) William Scholl Nicholls (10) James Lavenus Nicholls 

(5) Archibald Boyd Nicholls (11) Infant (Unnamed) 

(6) Beulah Mae Nicholls (12) Frances Pearl Nicholls 

( For their records, see page 205-206) 

6. MINNIE ELIZABETH NICHOLLS 

Born Sept. 28. 1874. in Sewickley Township. \^ estmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (McNeilly Rd.) 

MARRIED Apr.. 1892. to Milo Templeton^ Scholl in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

(See Scholl Family, page 294) 
His occupation : Mechanic. 

He was born Dec. 31. 1870. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
Countv. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (McNeillv Rd. I 

HIS PARENTS: William Laniech^ and Mary Florence' (Bell) Scholl. 

(See page 151) 
iSee Bell Family, page 235) 
(See Scholl Family, page 294-296) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 151 1 
(See Scholl Family, page 294-296) 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Minnie Elizabeth (Nicholls) and Milo Templeton* 
Scholl: 

(1) Emma Florence' Scholl 

Born Aug., 1893, in Pittsburgh. Pa. Died Sept.. 1893, in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

(2) Raymond Emerson' Scholl 

Born Dec, 1894. in Pittsburgh. Pa. Died Jan., 1899, in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

(3) Oscar Nicholls Scholl 

Born Nov.. 1898. in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

(4) Hazel BelP Scholl 

Born Nov. 16, 1900. in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

(5) William A.^ Scholl 

Born Nov.. 1903, in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

(6) Marion D. Scholl 

Born June. 1907. in Pittsburgh. Pa. Died Mar., 1910, in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

(7) Frank G.^ Scholl 

Born Nov.. 1910. in Pittsburgh. Pa. Died Dec. 1916. in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

(8) Milo Templeton Scholl 

Born Mar.. 1913. in Pittsburgh, Pa. Died Jan., 1935, in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

7. MARGARET ALVERDA NICHOLLS 

Born Apr. 10, 1878. in Madison. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale, Pa. 

MARRIED Dec. 29. 1898. to Albert Gallagher Fretts in Mendon. Pa., at the 
Archibald Boyd residence. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 165 

His occupation: Mill work and farmer. 

He was born Nov. 3. 1873, in Scottdale, Pa. 

He died Apr. 26. 1926. in Scottdale. Pa. Buried there. 

HIS PARENTS: Abram Shallenberger and Frances Long (Boyd) Fretts. 

(Frances Long Boyd was born Aug. 19. 1832. in Pennsville, Pa. 

She died Aug. 25, 1905, in Scottdale, Pa. 

Married May 26, 1853, to Abram Shallenberger Fretts.) 
HIS GRANDPARENTS: James and Frances (Long) Boyd. 

(James Boyd died Jan. 17, 1842. 

Married Nov. 19, 1815, to Frances Long. 

Their children: Frances Long, Mary Ann, Martha W. (she married John S. 
Wakefield on May 29th. 1845). George W.. Elizabeth, Alexander L., Caro- 
line, Henry C., Thomas Jefferson, Robert, Sarah and Isabella.) 
(5ee Hough Family, page 258) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

James Boyd Fretts, wife, Emma Viola Miller. 

Martha Belle Fretts. husband, James L. Stauffer. 

Emma Frances Fretts. husband. Moses Bida Porter. 

Dempsey D. Fretts, wife. Alice Anderson. 

Carrie Boyd Fretts, Unmarried. 

Olive Oatman Fretts, husband, Smith Jacob Detwiler. 

Louella L. Fretts, husband, George Washington Newcomer. 

NINE CHILDREN of Margaret Alverda (Nichollsl and Albert Gallagher Fretts: 

(1) Mildred Elizabeth Fretts (6) Emma Genevieve Fretts 

(2) Merle Boyd Fretts (7) James Stanley Fretts 

(3) Carl Abram Fretts (8) George Clayton Fretts 

(4) Clare Frances Fretts (9) Betty Lorraine Fretts 

(5) Albert Glenn Fretts 

( For their records, see page 207-210) 

JACOB EDGAR NICHOLLS 

Born May 2, 1880, in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 near Smithton, Pa. (R.F.D. fl) 

MARRIED Nov. 29. 1900, to Mary Ella Guynn in Cumberland. Md. 
His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born May 23. 1879. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 near Smithton, Pa. (R.F.D. P) 

HER PARENTS: Morrison and Jennie (Smith) Guynn. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Leuella Belle Guynn. 

Olive Guynn, husband, Albert Rhodes. 

Horace Greeley Guynn, wife, Augusta Ruff. 

Henry Daniel Guynn, wife, Effie Hutchinson. 

NINE CHILDREN of Jacob Edgar and Mary Ella (Guynn) Nicholls: 

(1) Gladys Marie Nicholls (6) Donald Ralph Nicholls 

(2) Alfred Guy Nicholls (7) Dorothy Jane Nicholls 

(3) Glenn Dale Nicholls (8) Doris Grace Nicholls 

(4) Omer Kenneth Nicholls (9) Betty Mae Nicholls 

(5) George Washington Nicholls 

[For their records, see page 210-212) 



166 THE BOYD FAMILY 

9. EMMA PINKNA MCHOLLS 

Born May 15. 1883. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Oct. 13. 1884, in Mendon. \^V?tniorpland Countv. Pa. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery. 

lO.OLIVE EDNA NICHOLLS 

Born Mar. 9. 1885, in Mendon. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. iR.F.D. Jfl I 

MARRIED June 20, 1906, to George B. Tavlor in Scottdale. Pa., at the residence 

of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fretts. 
His occupation: Shipper. U. S. Casket Company. 
He was born Mar. 15, 1882. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale, Pa. ( West Pittsburgh St. ) 

HIS PARENTS: Henry and Amanda Alice I Hough I Taylor. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Allen Taylor, wife. Anna Berger. 

Albert B. Taylor, wife. Blanche Dull. 

Edward Taylor, wife. Mrs. Rebecca Burldiolder. 

Harry Taylor, wife, Laura Belle Espey. 

Blanche Vivian Taylor, husband. Jack Hocii. 

Mabel Gertrude Taylor, husband, Chester Arthur Leighty. 

Samuel Strickler Taylor, wife. Alice Hodge. 

Grace Marie Taylor, husband. Jacob Edward Honsberger. 

THREE CHILDREN of Olive Edna (NichoUsI and George B. Taylor: 

( 1 ) Emma Jean Taylor 

Born Sept. 27. 1907. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. (West Pittsburgh St.) 

(2) Russell Cahin Taylor 

Born Dec. 17. 1909. in Scottdale, Pa. 
Died Oct. 1. 1913. in Mt. Pleasant. Pa. 
Buried in Scottdale Cemetery. Scottdale. Pa. 

(3) Naomi Alverla Taylor 

Born Feb. 3. 1912. in Scottdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. I West Pittsburgh St.) 

MARRIED May 11, 1935. to J. Roger C. Miller in Scottdale. Pa. 

TEN CHILDREN OF REBECCA JANE (NICHOLLS) WILLIAMS 
AND DANIEL FRANKLIN^ WILLIAMS 

{See page 110-111 and 307 ) 

1. JOHN ALLEN" WILLUMS (Daniel Franklin-, Thomas Jacob') 

Born Nov. 11, 1861, in West Newton, Pa. 

Died Julv 6, 1896. in Philadelphia, Pa. Buried in Millgrove Cemetery. 

MARRIED Dec. 27. 1883, to Margaret Wise Williams in Third Presbyterian 

Church, in Pittsburgh. Pa., by Rev. Edward Cowan. 
His occupation: Farmer. 

She w-as born June 2, 1861. in Greensburg. Pa. 
She died June 20. 1932, in Monessen. Pa. 
Buried in St. Michael's Cemetery. Pittsburgh, Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Dave and Margaret (Wise) Williams. 

(Her first marriage was to Mr. Wilson. 

Her second marriage was to Mr. Hershey. 

Her third marriage was to Dave Williams.) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 167 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Katherine Williams, husband, Andrew Benford. 
William Williams, wife, Mollie Martz. 

Alfred Williams, wife. Ida Lindorf. 

Dan Williams, wife, Annie Good. 

Jacob Williams, wife, Lizzie Biggard. 

HER HALF-BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Emma Wilson, husband, John Casey. 
Adeline Wilson. husband. Edward Barnes. 
William Hershey. 
Malcolm Hershey, 

THREE CHILDREN of John Allen^ and Margaret Wise (Williams I Williams: 

(1) Daisy PearP Williaiii.s (3) Marv Rebecca^ Williams 

(2) Elsie May^ Williams 

[For their records, see page 212-213} 
Margaret Wise Williams MARRIED second lo William Schokey in Greens- 
burg. Pa. 
He was born 1862 in Greensburg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (102o Benton Ave. I 
HIS SISTER (no brothers) : 

Mary Schokey, Unmarried. 

CHILDREN: None. 

ELMER SYLVESTER WILLIAMS (Daniel Franklin, Thomas Jacob) 

Born Jan. 25, 1864, in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

Died Aug. 22, 1927, in West Newton. Pa. Buried in Millgrove Cemetery. 

MARRIED Nov. 3, 1887. to Alice Barbara Rhodes in Greensburg. Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Aug. 29. 1868. in Cross Roads, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Madison, Pa. 

HER PARENTS: David Jerry and Catherine (Hepler) Rhodes. 
HER GRANDPARENTS: Samuel and Barbara (Coulter) Rhodes. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Oliver Samuel Rhodes, wife, Margaret Parkins. 

Folly Atm Rhodes, husband, John Ulysses^ Williams. 

(See Williams Family, page 308) 

Floyd Cown Rhodes, wife, Etta Hough. 

Elliott Rhodes, wife, Amanda Guynn. 

Albert Rhodes, wife, Margaret Hough. 

Joseph Scott Rhodes, wife, Sarah Hough. 

Harry Greely Rhodes, wife, Tillie Henry. 

Sadie Jane Rhodes, husband, Charles Christian* Scholl. 

{See page 151 ) {See Scholl Family, page 295-296) 

Orphic Beryl Rhodes, husband, George Momyer. 

Zella Susan Rhodes, husband, William Bair. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Elmer Sylvester and Alice Barbara (Rhodes) Williams: 

(1) Mary Edith* Williams (4) Aurel Rebecca* Williams 

(2) Emerson BoycP Williams (5) Alice Dale* Williams 

(3) Ethel Catherine* Williams 

{For their records, see page 214-216) 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN' WILLIAMS (Daniel Franklin, Thomas Jacob') 

Born Aug. 26, 1866, in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

Died Dec. 23, 1932. in Monessen, Pa. Buried in West Newton, Pa. 



168 THE BOYD FAMILY 

MARRIED Dec. 13, 1892, to Elizabeth Delnora' Hough in Pittsburgh. Pa. 
(Elizabeth Delnora^, George S.'-' and Lewis S.° Hough were triplets.) 
(See Hough Family, page 262-263) 

His occupation: Farmer and well driller. 
She was born Aug. 24. 1865, in Smithton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen, Pa. (475 Knox Avenue). 
HER PARENTS: PauP and Lavina (Frick) Hough. 

(See Hough Family, page 260-261) 

THREE CHILDREN of William Franklin' and Elizabeth Delnora' (Hough) 
Williams: 

(1) Charley John* Williams (3) Gertrude Edna* Williams 

(2) Pauline Lavina* Williams 

(FoT their records, see page 217-218) 

4. THOMAS ALVIN' WILLIAMS (Daniel Franklin% Thomas Jacob') 

Born June 7, 1869, in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

Living 1935 in Dawson, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED Aug., 1893, to Nora Arizona Scott in Cumberland, Md. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Aug. 26, 1872, in Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Dawson, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HER PARENTS: James and Lydia Ellen (Mason) Scott. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Albert Mason Scott, L nmarried. 

James Hanson Scott, wife, Lizzie Grove. 

Adah Bell Scott, husband, Peter Hayes. 

William Hunter Scott, L nmarried. 

Elgie V. Scott, wife. Linnie Catharine Bauman. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Thomas Alvin- and Nora Arizona (Scott) Williams: 

(1) Mary Edna* Williams (3) Elizabeth Belle* Williams 

(2) Pearl Lydia* Williams (4) Arthur Bryan* Williams 

(For their records, see page 218-220) 

5. DAVID HUNTERS WILLIAMS (Daniel Franklin% Thomas Jacob^ 

Born Aug. 30. 1872. in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

Living 1935 in Hudson, 0. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED Sept. 1, 1892, to Margaret Cooper Dennick in West Newton, Pa. 

Divorced. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Aug. 12, 1871, in Mendon, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Bunola, Pa. (Box 184). 

HER PARENTS: Thomas and Margaret Cooper (Temple) Dennick. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Agnes Virginia Dennick, Unmarried. 

Julia Anna Dennick, husband, James Edward Robertson. 

Abraham Clinton Dennick, wife. Mary Millison. 

May Pearl Dennick. husband, William S. Beazell. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 169 

ELEVEN CHILDREN of David Hunter^ and Margaret Cooper (Dennick) Wil- 
liams: 

(1) Daniel Fiscus' Williams (7) Rebecca Ireiic^ Williams 

(2) Annie May' Williams (8) David Clarence' Williams 

(3) Laura Belle^ Williams (9) Jacob Omar' Williams 

(4) Thomas Henry' Williams (10) William W.' Williams 

(5) Margaret Viola' Williams (11) Florence Elsie' Williams 

(6) Polly Catherine' Williams 

{For their records, see page 221-225) 

6. BOYD EMERSON' WILLIAMS (Daniel Franklin, Thomas Jacob) 

Born Jan. 6. 1875, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (R.F.D.) 
His occupation: Farmer. 
UNMARRIED. 

7. CLARENCE WEIMER WILLIAMS (Daniel Franklin. Thomas Jacob) 

Born June 12. 1877. in West Newton, Pa. 

Died Apr. 14, 1906, in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Buried in Millgrove Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

UNMARRIED. 

8. LEWIS SUTTON' WILLIAMS (Daniel Franklin-, Thomas Jacob') 

Born Oct. 17, 1879, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED Dec. 29. 1904. to Nancy Kilgore' Gaut in West Newton. Pa. 
{See Gaul Family, page 249-250) 

His occupation : Farmer. 

She was born Aug. 18. 1883. in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HER PARENTS: Francis (Frank) Andrew^ and Anna Jack (Robertson) Gaut. 

(See Gaut Family, page 249) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See Gaut Family, page 249-250) 

ONE CHILD of Lewis Sutton^ and Nancy Kilgore' (Gaut) Williams: 
Francis Gauf* Williams 
Born Jan. 10. 1908, in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
UNMARRIED 

9. HARRY EDWIN' WILLIAMS (Daniel Franklin-, Thomas Jacob') 

Born Aug. 5, 1881, in West Newton, Pa. 

Died Aug. 29, 1881, in West Newton, Pa. 

Buried in Millgrove Cemetery, near West Newton. Pa. 

lO.MARY EDNA' WILLIAMS (Daniel Franklin% Thomas Jacob') 

Born Nov. 30, 1882, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Deerfield, 0. (R.F.D. jfl) 

MARRIED Feb. 24. 1904, to Clarence Welty Macbeth in West Newton, Pa. 

His occupation: Grocer. 



170 THE BOYD FAMILY 

He was born Aug. 23, 1879. in Scottdale. South Huntingdon Township, West- 
moreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Deerfield, O. (R.F.D. Jl) 

HIS PARENTS: William Harvey and Margaret Louise (Welt)) Macbeth. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

John Franklin Macbeth. Unmarried. 

Clara Mabel Macbeth, husband, Henry Clinton Porter. 

William Koontz Macbeth. Unmarried. 

Cora Louise Macbeth, Unmarried. 

Ottis Burrell Macbeth, wife, Zella Marie Morrow. 

Charles Russell Macbeth, Unmarried. 

Elmer Grant Macbeth, wife, Orphia Pearl Parson. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Mary Edna= (Williams) and Clarence Welty Macbeth: 

(1) Ruth Esther Macbeth (4) Clarence Boyd Macbeth 

(2) Eva May Macbeth (5) Mildred Marie Macbeth 

(3) Gladys Rebecca Macbeth 

[For their records, see page 226) 

TWO CHILDREN OF JAMES NICHOLLS AND RUTH JENNIE 

(HOLMES) NICHOLLS 

(See page 111) 

1. BERTHA LYLE NICHOLLS 

Born Apr. 9, 1879, in Mendon, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Overton, Nebr. 

MARRIED Dec. 27, 1904, to Arthur X^'illiam McMillan in York, Nebr. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Mar. 13. 1877, in Biggsville. 111. 

Living 1935 in Overton, Nebr. 

HIS PARENTS: Dr. Daniel Irwin and Eleanor (Short) McMillan. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Mary Verona McMillan, husband, John T. Thompson. 

Florence Adelle McMillan, Unmarried. 

Lewis Herbert McMillan, wife. Birdie Godfrey. 

Elizabeth Alice McMillan, husband, Richard Finis Cabeen. 

John Charles McMillan, wife. Pearl McKee. 

Carol Ethel McMillan, Unmarried. 

James Mack McMillan, wife, Ethel Mary Porter. 

Helen Louise McMillan, husband, Thomas R. Edmonds. 
ONE CHILD of Bertha Lyle (Nicholls) and Arthur William McMillan: 
Ruth Elenore McMillan 
Born Oct. 17, 1905, in Bradshaw. Nebr. 

Living 1935 in Council Bluffs, la. (340 Fleming Ave.) 
MARRIED Nov. 3, 1925, to Merl James Laws in Omaha, Nebr. 
His occupation: Barber. 
He was born Dec. 7, 1893. in Cozod, Nebr. 

Living 1935 in Council Bluffs. la. (340 Fleming Ave.) 
HIS PARENTS: William Porter and Susie D. Laws. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Dewey George Laws, wife, Anova Alderman. 

Elsie May Laws, husband, Frank Bessie. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 171 

ONE CHILD of Ruth Elenore (McMillan) and Merl James Laws: 
Jacqueline La^'s 

Born Feb. 28, 1926, in Overton, iNebr. 
Died Mar. IL 1926, in Overton, Nebr. 

MARY LOUISE NICHOLLS 

Born Sept. 4, 1882, in Aledo. III. 

Living 1935 in Maxwell, Nebr. 

MARRIED Dec. 6, 1905, to Stanley Rensselaer Pattison in York. Nebr. 

His occupation: Druggist. 

He was born Apr. 28, 1879. in Little York, 111. 

Living 1935 in Maxwell, Nebr. 

HIS PARENTS: Henry and Josephine Jane (Cushnian) Pattison. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Emma Jane Pattison, husband. Mitchell Nichol. 

Olivia Edwina Pattison. husband, Charles Edward Goddard. 

Katherine Louisea Pattison. husband, Traverse Rivers Wright. 

Henrietta Josephine Pattison. husband. Richard Samuel Stebbins. 

Louise Maria Pattison. husband. George Edward McVey. 

Henry John Pattison, wife, Irene Cabeen. 

Florida Pattison. husband. James Galloway Hunt. 

Myra Alcott Pattison, Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of Mary Louise (Nicholls) and Stanley Rensselaer Pattison: 

(1) Ruth Evangelyn Pattison 

Born Nov. 13, 1907. in Leland, 111. 

Living 1935 in Maxwell. Nebr. 

MARRIED June 11, 1929. to Harry Kenneth Discoe in Maxwell, Nebr. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born Dec. 29, 1906. in Maxwell, Nebr. 

Living 1935 in Maxwell. Nebr. 

HIS PARENTS: Henry David and Minnie Belle (Rose) Discoe. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Harlan Albert Discoe. wife. Marian Gross. 

Gertrude Irene Discoe, husband. Orcn Lee Patterson. 

ONE CHILD of Ruth Evangelyn (Pattison) and Harry Kenneth Discoe: 
Harry Kenneth Discoe, Jr. 

Born Apr. 29. 1931. in North Platte, Nebr. 

(2) Virginia Hollis Pattison 

Born Jan. 24, 1914. in Atlanta, Nebr. 

Living 1935 in North Platte. Nebr. (R.F.D. Jf I) 

MARRIED Dec. 9. 1934. to Alvin Howard Harvey in Julesburg, Colo. 

His occupation: Farm experimental work. 

He was born May 23. 1910. in Saint Paul. Nebr. 

Living 1935 in North Platte. Nebr. (R.F.D. J4) 

HIS PARENTS: Peter Alexander and Ella May (Hill) Harvey. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Verna Evelyn Harvey, husband, George Warren Garber. 

Erma Alice Harvey. Unmarried. 

Mabel Ruth Harvey, Unmarried. 

CHILDREN: None. 



172 THE BOYD FAMILY 

SEVEN CHILDREN OF RACHEL E. (NICHOLLS) PORE AND 

ALBERT M. PORE 

(5ee page 112) 

1. CLARENCE WILMER PORE 

Born Aug. 5, 1878. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Sept. 1, 1900. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 

2. HARRY CHRISTOPHER PORE 

Born Oct. 17, 1880, in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Aug. 15. 1900, in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 

3. MARGARET MAY PORE 

Born Feb. 6. 1883, in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Apr. 22, 1908. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 

4. LIZZIE CHRISTINA PORE 

Born Apr. 3. 1885, in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Jan. 30, 1886. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

5. SARA REBECCA PORE 

Born Jan. 24, 1887. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. jfl) 

MARRIED Nov. 2. 1910. to John Carl Mathias in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Nov. 10, 1884. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl) 

HIS PARENTS: John and Elvira (Shrader) Mathias. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Harry Stacy Mathias, wife, Susan Miller. 

Lulu Katherine Mathias, Unmarried. 

Jessie Percilla Mathias. Unmarried. 

Laura May Mathias. husband, Asa Henry Greenawalt. 

Samuel Tilden Mathias, LInmarried. 

Minerva Jane Mathias. Unmarried. 

Mable Hannah Mathias. Unmarried. 

Allie Diana Mathias. Unmarried. 

Frances Ruth Mathias, L^nmarried. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Sara Rebecca (Pore) and John Carl Mathias: 
(1) Blanche Pore Mathias 

Born Mar. 7. 1912. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl) 
MARRIED June 7. 1933, to Fred Halley Lash. 
His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born May 19. 1910. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Oliver Medsger and Dora Cornelia (Marsh) Lash. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 173 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Rufus Marsh Lash. wife. Zella Susanna'" Hough. 

{See Hough Family, page 263) 

Mildred Elizabeth Lash, husband, Arthur Ray Pore. 

Clarence Albert Lash, wife, Edith May Errett. 

Daniel Ralph Lash. wife. Laura Belle Leasure. 

Henry Lawhead Lash, Unmarried. 

Owen Meredith Lash, wife. Virginia Lash. 

CHILDREN: None. 

(2) Laura Marie Mathias 

Born Mar. 5. 1914. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

(3) Luther Merle Mathias 

Born Sept. 16, 1919. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Jan. 25, 1922. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

(4) John Carl Mathias 

Born Nov. 8, 1926, in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Nov. 9. 1926. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

6. JOSIAH ALBERT PORE 

Born Sept. 21. 1889, in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jtl) 

MARRIED Nov. 28, 1911, to Mary Jessie' Gaut in West Newton. Pa. 
(See Gaul Famil\. page 250) 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Jan. 4, 1886. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jfl) 

HER PARENTS: Francis (Frank) Andrew^ and Anna Jack (Robertson) Gaut. 
(See Gaut Family, page 249) 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See Gaut Familv- page 249-250) 

ONE CHILD of Josiah Albert and Mary Jessie (Gaut) Pore: 
Elizabeth Pore 

Born Dec. 10. 1912. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. P 1 

MARRIED Nov. 3. 1932. to Clyde Jacob Hildenbrand in West Newton, Pa. 
His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born Mar. 16. 1894. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jfl) 

HIS PARENTS: John Fredrick and Alice Victoria (Lash) Hildenbrand. 



174 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Charlie Henry Hildenbrand, wife. May Williams. 

Mary Gertrude Hildenbrand, husband. Harry Critchfield. 

Daisy Mary Hildenbrand. husband, Thomas Cameron. 

Harry Cramer Hildenbrand. wife, Martha Jellison. 

Frank Lash Hildenbrand, wife, Hazel Taylor. 

Alice Victoria Hildenbrand, husband. Joe Roilhner. 

Grace Elizabeth Hildenbrand, husband, LeRoy Greenawalt. 

John Fredrick Hildenbrand, wife, Winnet Williams. 

Wilfred Hildenbrand. L^nmarried. 

Marjorie Irene Hildenbrand. L^nmarried. 

Leonard Hildenbrand. Unmarried. 

Bernard Hildenbrand, Unmarried. 

James Taylor Hildenbrand, Unmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Elizabeth (Pore I and Clyde Jacob Hildenbrand: 

Marlene Joann Hildenbrand 

Born Oct. 29. 19.34. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmore- 
land County, Pa. 

n u II 1 
7. WILLIAM ROY PORE 

Born May L 1893. in Sewicklev Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 19.35 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl I 

MARRIED Oct. 9. 1912. to Katherine Rebecca Mason in Cumberland. Md. 
His occupation : Farmer. 

She was born June 26. 1891, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. Jl) 

HER PARENTS: David and Mary Catherine (McMichel) Mason. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Malissa Blanche Mason, husband. Grover Cleveland McGufley. 
Mary Lucetta Mason, husband, Archibald Boyd Hunter. 

(See page 178-179) 
Oral Roy Mason, wife, Lenora Lucy Sherbondy. 

Raymond Lee Mason, wife, . Cornelia May Miller. 

THREE CHILDREN of William Roy and Katherine Rebecca (Mason) Pore: 

(1) George William Pore 

Born Feb. 20. 1914. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

UNMARRIED. 

(2) Wilmer Archibald Pore 

Born Nov. 1, 1916. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

UNMARRIED. 

(3) Helen Rebecca Pore 

Born Dec. 28. 1918. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

UNMARRIED. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 175 

THREE CHILDREN OF JOHN BOYD NICHOLLS AND ELIZA 
JANE (BENFORD) NICHOLLS 

I See page 112) 

1. MARY ELIZABETH NICHOLLS 

Born Aug. 7, 1883, in West Newlon. Westmoreland (lountv. P:i. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Fa. (Box 91 I. 

MARRIED Sept. 26, 1901. to Edward Lee I'aiiiler in 'ioungstown. 0. 

His occupation: Cashier. 

He was born Feb. 2. 1882, in Ruffsdale, Westmoreland ("ounty. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (Box 91). 

HIS PARENTS: Israel and Artlissa (Poole) Painter. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Israel Jr., Benton Clay. Winifred, Mar\ Elizahetli and Ruth (husband. Archi- 
bald Raymond Boyd I Painter. 

{See pane 183) 
THREE CHILDREN of Mary Elizabeth (Nichollsl and Edward Lee Painter: 

(1) James Stanley Painter (3) Virginia Painter 

(2) Edward Morris Painter 

( For llieir records, see iiiiu.e 227-228 1 

2. BOYD BEINFORD NICHOLLS 

Born Apr. 29. 1885, in West Newton. Westinoreland Count\. Pa. 

Living 1935 in McAlester. Okla. 

MARRIED June 20, 1917, to Elma Roniaine Wagner in Greensburg. Pa. 

Divorced July 18, 1934. in Greensburg. Pa. 

She remarried. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Howard I. and Lu< > (ZinnnermanI Wagner. 

ONE CHILD of Boyd Benford and Elma Romaine (Wagner) Nicholls: 

Elma Lucille Nicholls 

Born Mar. 25. 1922. in Greensburg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. 

3. DELPHIA HUNTER NICHOLLS 

Born Oct. 12, 1888, in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Trauger. Pa. (Box 15 1. 

MARRIED Jan. 31. 1912. to Louise Marie Lowe in KufTsdalc. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer and dairyman. 
She was born Oct. 16. 1888. in Ruffsdale. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Trauger. Pa. (Box 151. 

HER PARENTS: George Snvder and Maria Louisa I Hough I Lowe 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Molly May Lowe. L ninarried. 

Sara Ann Lowe, husband, Lewis Smith. 

Gladys Menota Lowe, husband. George Exeiell McGary. 

George Hough Lowe. wife. Hattie Espey. 

ONE CHILD of Delphia Hnntci and L.Hii^c Marie i Lowe I XiciioUs: 
Frederick Lowe Nicholls 
Born Dec. 4. 1925. in Ml. Pleasant. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Livins 1935 in Trauaer. Pa. (Box 15 J. 



176 THE BOYD FAMILY 

EIGHT CHILDREN OF ARCHIBALD BOYD HUNTER AND SARAH 
FLORENCE (BELL) HUNTER 

(See page 113) 

1. DAVID L. HUNTER 

Born Feb. 11, 1875, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Sept. 3, 1931, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery. 

MARRIED July 24, 1894. to Edith Boyd' Markle in Suterville. Sewickley Town- 
ship, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

{See Markle Family, page 274} 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Aug. 22, 1876. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. $11. 

HER PARENTS: George Washington' and Elizabeth Larimer' (Boyd) Markle. 

{See page 107) 
( See Markle Fam ily. page 273-274 ) 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See pag,e 152-153) 
{See Markle Family- page 274) 
EIGHT CHILDREN of David L. and Edith Boyd^ (Markle) Hunter: 

(1) William Lloyd Hunter (5) Mabel Edith Hunter 

(2) Florence Elizabeth Hunter (6) Emma Alice Hunter 

(3) George Boyd Hunter (7) Margaret Ruth Hunter 

(4) Mildred May Hunter (8) David Bennett Hunter 

( For their records, see page 228-231 ) 

2. ANNA CORA HUNTER 

Born Dec. 27. 1876, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Sept. 2. 1935, in West Newton. Pa. Buried in Millbell Cemetery, South 

Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 

3. WILLIAM HUNTER. 

Born June 5, 1879. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Jan. 16. 1903, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewicklev Church Cemeterv. near West Newton, Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
MARRIED Aug. 15, 1900, to Sarah Elizabeth Pore in West Newton. Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
She was born Apr. 27, 1881. in Fitz Henry, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. $1). 

HER PARENTS: John Adam and Margaret Jane"' (Boyd) Pore. 

(See page 107) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See page 147-151) 
ONE CHILD of William and Sarah Elizabeth (Pore) Hunter: 
Margaret Florence Hunter 

{See page 150) 
Sarah Elizabeth (Pore) Hunter MARRIED second Dec. 5, 1911, to David Sylves- 
ter* Scholl in Uniontown. Pa. 

{See page 149-151) 
(See Scholl Family, page 296) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 177 

BENNETT BLAINE HUNTER 

Born Aug. 14. 1881. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmorrlantl (bounty. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monongahela. Pa. (Meade St. I . 
MARRIED July 3. 1917, to Ada Rothey in Pittsburgh. Pa. 
His occupation : Bookkeeper. 
She was born Dec. 10. 1881, in Elizabeth. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monongahela. Pa. (Meade St. I . 

HER PARENTS: George Albert and Lida Jane Rothey. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Leovidas Rothey, wife. Ruth Brown. 

Glenn Rothey. wife. Elvira Seibeil. 

Burnett Rothey. wife. Estella Rush. 

Drennen Rothey, wife. Mary Houseman. 

Raymond Rothey. wife, Agnes Biddle. 

Robert Rothey. Unmarried. 

Iva Rothey, husband. Elmer Jacobs. 

Lida Rothey, husband. Elmer Kamp. 

CHILDREN: None. 
Ada Rothey MARRIED first to Mr. McMahon. 

ONE CHILD of Ada (Rothey) and Mr. McMahon: 
John Hamilton McMahon 

MARRIED to Jean Alexander. 

TWO CHILDREN of John Hamilton and Jean (Alexander) McMahon: 
(1) Alexander Hamilton McMahon (2) Wallace McMahon 

EMMA FLORENCE HUNTER 

Born Dec. 24, 1883, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Died Sept. 16. 1935. in West Newton, Pa. Buried there. 

MARRIED Mar. 22. 1901. to Clarence Ross Kelley in McClellentown. Pa. 

(.See pa^e 150) 
His occupation: Carpenter. 

He was born Aug. 9, 1881. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (225 Sixth St.). 

HIS PARENTS: David Hepler and Rebecca Ross'' (Hough) Kelley. 

(See Hough Family, page 259) 
HIS GRANDPARENTS: John and Margaret (Hepler) Kelley. 
HIS GRANDPARENTS: Joseph Weigle Ross* and Nancy Jane (.McMurry) 
Hough. 

(See Hough Family, page 259) 
HIS GREAT-GRANDPARENTS: Jacob and Ruth (Gibson I Hepler. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Nannie May Kelley. husband. John^ Pinkertoii. 

(.See Pinkertoii Family, page 292) 
Edna Rebecca Kelley. husband. Lester Sherbondy. 

THREE CHILDREN of Emma Florence (Hunter! and Clarence Ross Kelley: 
(1) Sarah Rebecca Kelley 

Born July 20, 1907. in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Brooklyn. N. Y. 1 183 Gelston Ave.). 

MARRIED Nov. 5, 1926. to Harold Jacob Obley in Cumberland, Md. 



178 THE BOYD FAMILY 

His occupation: Advertising clerk. 

He was born June 28, 1907. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Brooklyn, N. Y. (183 Gelston Ave.). 
HIS PARENTS: Patterson Sylvester and Hannah Elizabeth (Delaney) 
Obley. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Flo Etta Obley, husband, Harry David Baughman. 

Fred Elmo Obley, wife, Sylvia Lynn. 

Maud Obley. husband, John Weaver. 

Samuel Brewer Obley, wife, Verda Reynolds. 

Raymond Lee Obley. wife, Mildred Henry. 

ONE CHILD of Sarah Rebecca (Kelley) and Harold Jacob Obley: 
Ross Patterson Obley 
Born Dec. 22. 1928, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Brooklyn, N. Y. (183 Gelston Ave.). 

(2) Marian Bell Kelley 

Born Aug. 20. 1913, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl). 

MARRIED Apr. 1. 1934. to James Boyd Patterson in West Newton. Pa. 
{See page 155) 

His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born May 31, 1910. in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland 
County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. $1). 

HIS PARENTS: Alfred Guy and Maggie Alice"^ (Boyd) Patterson. 

[See page 154-155) 
HER PARENTS: James McAyeal' and Sarah' (Pinkerton) Boyd. 

(5ee page 108) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Sarah Alfaretta Patterson. Unmarried. 

Virginia Louise Patterson, husband. George Miller. 
CHILDREN: None. 

(3) William Ross Kelley 

Born Sept. 7. 1923, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (225 Sixth Street). 

6. ARCHIBALD BOYD HUNTER 

Born Oct. 16. 1886. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. fl). 

MARRIED Dec. 18. 1907. to Mary Lucetta Mason in West Newton. Pa. 
His occupation: Carpenter. 

She was born Mar. 23. 1887. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. jfl). 

HER PARENTS: David and Marv Catherine (McMichel) Mason. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 179 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Malissa McMichel Mason, husband, Grover Cleveland McGuffey. 

Kalherine Rebecca Mason, husband, William Roy Pore. 

(See page 174) 

Oral Roy Mason, wife, Lenora Sherbondy. 

Raymond Lee Mason, wife, Cornelia Miller. 

CHILDREN: None. 

7. MARY FRANCES HUNTER 

Born Jan. 24, 1888, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Brownsville, Pa. (R.F.D. P). 

MARRIED June 29. 1911, to Burns Resler Scott in McClellentown, Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Dec. 4, 1885, in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Brownsville. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl). 

HIS PARENTS: John Resler and Harriet Lucetta (Milligan) Scott. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Margaret Susan Scott, husband. Bennett Miller Tannehill. 

Joseph Elmer Scott, wife, Lillian Boyd. (Her father: Reuben Boyd.) 

Clara E. Scott, Unmarried. 

Lula Maud Scott, husband. Sherick Peter Fullmer. 

Nettie Belle Scott, husband, Charles Alvin Milligan. 

Charles Milligan Scott, Unmarried. 

Samuel Harry Scott, wife, Zelma Reynolds Ridenour. 

CHILDREN: None. 

8. JOSEPH OLIVER HUNTER 

Born Nov. 9, 1891. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. fl). 
UNMARRIED. 



FIVE CHILDREN OF MARGARET (HUNTER) HANNA AND 

THOMAS HANNA 

(See page 114) 

1. MARY ALICE HANNA 

Born Aug. 18, 1874, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Youngstown. 0. (c o Y.W.C.A.). 
UNMARRIED. 

2. HENRY HUNTER HANNA 

Born June 7, 1879, in Pleasant Unity, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh, Pa. (OfiBce: Jones Law Bldg.) 
MARRIED Aug. 22, 1922, to Nancy Emma Peacock in Pittsburgh, Pa. 
His occupation: Attorney-at-law. 
She was born in McDonald, Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Robert A. and Ellen J. (Miller) Peacock. 
CHILDREN: None. 

3. MARGARET LILLIAN HANNA 

Born Jan. 13. 1883, in Pleasant Unity, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Sewickley, Pa. (401 Broad Street!. 

MARRIED Mar. 15, 1915, to Henry McElroy Wilson in Wheeling, W. Va. 



180 THE BOYD FAMILY 

His occupation: Auditor. 

He was born July 17, 1882. in Waynesboro. Pa. 

He died May 5, 1924, in Alliance. 0. Buried in West Newton. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Selden L. and Mary .lane iMcElroy) Wilson. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Albert B. Wilson, wife. Elizabeth Sharp. 

Harriet Sisson Wilson, 

May Wilson, husband, George B. McKeag. 

Florella Wilson. 

CHILDREN: None. 

4. JOHN STEEL HANNA 

Born Mar. 27, 1886. in Pleasant Unity, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (324 Hammond Street). 
MARRIED June 9, 1914. to Tressa Ada Shook in Pittsburgh, Pa. 
His occupation: Railway postal clerk. 
She was born June 19, 1894. in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (324 Hammond Street). 

HER PARENTS: Henry James and Elizabeth Emelia (Born) Shook. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

.Alfred Francis Shook, wife. Katherine Ficht. 

Harry James Shook. Jr.. 

Madge Elizabeth Shook, husband, Earl LeRoy Allen. 

John Edward Shook, wife, Edna Cavanaugh. 

TWO CHILDREN of John Steel and Tressa Ada (Shook) Hanna: 

( 1 ) Henry Thomas Hanna 

Born Mar. 19. \9\JyC\n Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. ( 324 Hammond Street ) . 

(2) John Steel Hanna, Jr. 

Born Aug. 20. 1919. in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (324 Hammond Street). 

5. THOMAS WEIMER HANNA 

Born Aug. 26. 1890. in Greensburg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Washington, Pa. (370 Leonard Avenue). 

MARRIED Jan. 13. 1916. to Matilda Scott of Washington. Pa., in Wheeling, 

W. Va. 
His occupation: Merchant. 
She was born Feb. 25. 1890. in Vanceville. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Washington, Pa. (370 Leonard Avenue). 
HER PARENTS: Joseph Lawrence and Matilda (Ross) Scott. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Edward Scott, 

Eli Ross Scott, wife. Bess Heatherington. 

Otto Clyde Scott. 

John Darah Scott, 
CHILDREN: None. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 181 

THREE CHILDREN OF LUCETTA (HUNTER) AND JOHN 

FRANKLIN HOUGH 

{See page 114) 

1. GRACE EDNA" HOUGH (John Franklin , PauP, Willianr, Paul", Jacob, 

Joseph'', John ', Richard-', Edward' ) 

Born Dec. 4, 1881, in Oil City, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Detroit. Mich. (2222 Fairview Ave.). 

MARRIED Sept. 29, 1898. to Oren Cornelius Steadman in Kansas City, Mo. 

His occupation: Engineer, Ford Motor Company. 

He was born Mar. 30, 1878, in St. Louis, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Detroit, Mich. (2222 Fairview Ave.). 
HIS PARENTS: Albert and Jerry S. (Lowe) Steadman. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Carrie Steadman, husband, William Shelton. 

Richard Steadman, wife, Anna Caldwell. 

TWO CHILDREN of Grace Edna'" (Hough) and Oren Cornelius Steadman: 

(1) Carrie Belle Steadman 

Born Jan. 1, 1900, in Kansas City. Mo. 

(2) Bernhardt Lee Steadman 

Born June 27. 1903, in Port Royal. Pa. 

2. MARY JANE" HOUGH (John Franklin', PauP, William', Paid% Jacob% 

Jo8eph% John% Richard", Edward') 

Born June 8, 1890, in Melrose, la. 

Living 1935 in Detroit, Mich. (2186 St. Clair Ave.). 

MARRIED Sept. 20. 1911. to Samuel Eugene Donahoe in Detroit. Mich. 

His occupation: Manufacturing — Precision Screw Products Co. 

He was born Sept. 29, 1886, in Bedford. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Detroit, Mich. (2186 St. Clair Ave.). 

HIS PARENTS: William Thomas and Anna (Drenning) Donahoe. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 



James 


Donahoe. 


wife. 




Bertha Houser 


Neil 


Donahoe. 








Agustus 


Donahoe, 


wife. 




Agnes Purdue, 


Thomas 


Donahoe, 


wife. 




Marie Neal. 


John 


Donahoe, 








Emma 


Donahoe, 


husband. 


Edward Luse. 


Julia 


Donahoe. 









THREE CHILDREN of Mary Jane'" (Hough) and Samuel Eugene Donahoe: 

(1) William Franklyn Donahoe 

Born July 18. 1915. 

(2) David Donald Donahoe 

Born Aug. 10. 1919. 

(3) John Oliver Donahoe \ 

Born Dec. 17, 1923. Died May 5, 1925. 

LAVINA BELLE'" HOUGH (John Franklin% Paul', William, Paul*, Ja- 
cob', Jo8eph% John', Richard-, Edward') 

Born Apr. 18, 1893, in Melrose. la. 

Living 1935 in Detroit, Mich. (2184 St. Clair Ave.). 



182 THE BOYD FAMILY 

MARRIED Mav 26. 1917. lo Lloyd Scott Brandt in Detroit. Mich. 
His occupation: Body Engineer, Murray Corporation. 
He was born June 5. 1892. in Dillsburg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Detroit. Mich. (2184 St. Clair Ave.). 
HIS PARENTS: David Rust and Sallv iBentzl Brandt. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Fannie Brandt, husband. Thomas Strawbridge. 

Carrie Isabel Brandt, husband. Frank Xoel. 

Mav Brandt, husband. John Baker. 

Irvin Brandt, wife. Elizabeth Riggle. 

Earl Brandt, 

Parker Brandt, ivife. Carrie Vi eist. 

ONE CHILD of Lavina Belle"' l Hough l and Lloyd Scott Brandt: 
Wilfred Paul Brandt 

Born Jan. 6, 1922. in Detroit, Mich. 

FIVE CHILDREN OF JOHN FRANKLIN BOYD AND LYDIA 
DELNORA (KEEFER) BOYD 

[See /<i7ge 115-116 I 

1. PEARLE GREENWOOD BOYD (John Franklin% Archibald. Archibald*, 
William% William% William' ) 
Born Jan. 28, 1889, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

MARRIED Dec. 5, 1911. to Grover Cleveland Balentine in South Huntingdon 

Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
He was born Feb. 10. ]oo8. in Soutli Huntingdon Township. \\ estmoreland 

County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: John Camp and Sara { Campbell 1 Balentine. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Franklin Balentine, wife. Annie Greenawalt. 

John Balentine. wife. Martha McCune. 

Anna May Balentine. husband, Arthur Hepler. 

James Balentine. wife. Elizabeth Greenawalt. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Pearle Greenwood' ( Boyd I and Grover Cleveland Bal- 
entine: 

( 1 ) Sara Elizabeth Balentine 

Born Sept. 8, 1912. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 

(2) John Boyd Balentine 

Born Nov. 6. 1913. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in \S'est Newton. Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 

(3) Wilmer Ernest Balentine 

Born Aug. 26. 1915. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 



THE BO\D FAMILY 183 

(4) Eleanor Louise Balentine 

Born Sept. 24. 1926. in West iNewloii. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 

2. MABEL VERA" BOYD (John Franklin', Arcliibal.l, Archibald', William , 

William^, William ) 

Born June 15, 1890, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (205 Sixth Street). 

MARRIED Oct. 5, 1910, to Don Patton Keiley in South Huntingdon Township, 

Westmoreland County, Pa. 
His occupation: Superintendent of American Reduction Plant. 
He was born Aug. 5. 1888. in Port Royal (now Smithton). Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (205 Sixth Street). 

HIS PARENTS: Jacob and Ida (Hough) Keiley. 

HIS GRANDPARENTS: John and Margaret (Hepler) Kellev. 

HIS BROTHER (no sisters) : 

Lloyd Strawn Keiley. wife, Henrietta Sienion. 
TWO CHILDREN of Mabel Vera' (Boydl and Don Patton Keiley: 

(1) Helen Mae Keiley 

Born Sept. 15, 1911, in South Huntingdon Townshij). Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 

(2) Vera Jane Keiley 

Born Mar. 28, 1914. in Soutii Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

3. ARCHIBALD RAYMOND' BOYD (John Franklin , Archibald, Archi- 

balds William, Willianv, William') 

Born June 24. 1893, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

MARRIED Oct. 5. 1921. to Ruth Painter in Ruffsdale, Pa. 

She was born Nov. 11. 1895. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Israel and Artlissa (Poole) Painter. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Edward Lee Painter, wife, Mary Elizabeth Nicholls. 

{See -page 175) 
Israel Painter. Unmarried. 

Benton Clay Painter, Unmarried. 

Winifred May Painter, Unmarried. 

Mary Elizabeth Painter, L'nmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Archibald Raymond" and Ruth (Painter) Boyd: 
John Painter* Boyd 
Born Jan. 5. 1924, in West Newton, Pa. 

4. HELEN ODELLA" BOYD (John Franklin", Archibalds Archibalds 

Williams Williams William^ 

Born Feb. 18, 1896. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Fa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 



184 THE BOYD FAMILY 

MARRIED Mar. 22, 1919, to William Lloyd Hunter in West Newton, Pa. 

(See page 228 \ 
His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Sept. 13. 1895. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: David L. and Edith Boyd' (Marklel Hunter. 

{See page 152 and 176) 
{See Markle Family, page 274) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 228-231) 
TWO CHILDREN of Helen Odella' (Boyd) and William Lloyd Hunter: 

(1) William Lloyd Hunter 

Born Dec. 22. 1923. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County. Pa. 

(2) Robert Earle Hunter 

Born Sept. 7. 1926. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County. Pa. 

5. ELIZABETH PAULINE" BOYD (John Franklin% Archibalds Archibald*, 
Waiiani% WiUiam% William') 

Born Dec. 24, 1901, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Turtle Creek. Pa. 

MARRIED Aug. 29. 1928, to John Harvey McKinney in Greensburg. Pa. 

His occupation: Coal operator. 

He was born Mar. 2. 1902. in Turtle Creek. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Turtle Creek. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Louis Oliver and Martha Jane (Gordon) McKinney. 

HIS SISTER (no brothers): 

Rebecca Isabel McKinney. Unmarried. 
TWO CHILDREN of Elizabeth Pauline' (Boyd) and John Harvey McKinney: 

( 1 ) Oliver Franklin McKinney 

Born Oct. 9, 1929. in Turtle Creek. Pa. 

(2) Delnora Jane McKinney 

Born Nov. 4. 1933, in Turtle Creek. Pa. 



FIVE CHILDREN OF MARY DELNORA (BELL) CORBETT AND 
MILTON FLEMING CORBETT 

(See page 118) 

1. ANNA BELL CORBETT 

Born Mar. 25, 1871, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Derry. Pa. (223 Fourth Avenue.) 

MARRIED Sept. 19. 1892. to William Clark^ Gaut in Greensburg, Pa. 

(See Gaut Family, page 250-251 ) 
His occupation: Stationary engineer. 
He was born Dec. 26. 1868. 
He died Mar. 11, 1918. in Derry, Pa. 
Buried in St. Clair Cemeterv. Greensburg. Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: William= and Mary Jane (Wray) Gaut. 

(See Gaut Family, page 248) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 185 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See Gaut Family, page 250-251) 

TWO CHILDREN of Anna Bell (CorbettI and William Clark' Gaut: 

( 1 ) Harry Edgar* Gaut 

Born June 19, 1893. in Greensburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Homestead, Pa. (206 East 19th Avenue.) 
MARRIED Oct. 19, 1916, to Hazel Bell Piatt in Washington, Pa. 
His occupation: Mill foreman. Carnegie Steel Co., Homestead. Pa, 
She was born Oct, 15, 1894. in Connelsville, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Homestead, Pa. (206 East 19th Avenue.) 

HER PARENTS: David Snyder and Margaret Addaline (Hamilton) Piatt. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Catherine Carmel Piatt, husband, Elmer Wiech. 

Thomas Layton Piatt, wife, Fannie A. Best. 

David Albert Piatt, wife, Naomi Ruth Atkinson. 

ONE CHILD of Harry Edgar^ and Hazel Bell (Piatt) Gaut: 
Helen Wray' Gaut 
Born Oct. 22, 1918. in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

(2) Clark Wray* Gaut 

Born Jan. 20, 1895, in Greensburg. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Derry. Pa. (223 Fourth Avenue.) 

His occupation: Manager of cliain grocery store and agent for the Equit- 
able Life Assurance Societv. (223 West Fourth Ave.) 
UNMARRIED. 

2. JOSEPH GUY CORBETT 

Born May 30, 1873, in Millbell. Pa. (Formerly called Bells Mill.) 
Died June 6, 1873, in Millbell. Pa. Buried there in Sewickley Cemetery. 

3. MAGGIE CLARA CORBETT 

Born Nov. 21, 1875, in Millbell. Pa. (Formerly called Bells Mill.) 

Died July 22, 1878, in Millbell. Pa. Buried there in Sewickley Cemetery. 

4. SAMUEL EDGAR CORBETT 

Born Dec. 12, 1879, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in McKeesport, Pa. (2612 Harrison Avenue.) 

MARRIED Jan. 18, 1908, to Abigail Louella Eisaman in Greensburg, Pa. 

His occupation: Head salesman for H. J. Heinz Company. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

She was born June 16, 1880, in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in McKeesport, Pa. (2612 Harrison Avenue.) 
HER PARENTS: Jacob Buchman and Jane (Agnew) Eisaman. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Alice Maria Eisaman, Unmarried. 

John Agnew Eisaman, Unmarried. 

Arthur William Eisaman, wife, Janet Painter. 

Edward Homer Eisaman, wife, Mary Jane Thomas. 

David Elmer Eisaman, Unmarried. 

Emma Jane Eisaman, husband, Carl Noah Roose. 

Grace Margaret Eisaman. Unmarried. 

Jeannette Gertrude Eisaman, Unmarried. 

James Jacob Leader Eisaman, wife, Mary Ann Kelly. 



186 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THREE CHILDREN of Samuel Edgar and Abigail Louella (EisamanI Corbett: 

( 1 ) Donald Edgar Corbett 

Born June 18, 1909. in Wilkensburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in McKeesport. Pa. (2612 Harrison Avenue.) 
His occupation: Chemical engineer. 

(2) Mary Jane Corbett 

Born Jan. 21. 1915, in Wilkensburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in McKeesport. Pa. (2612 Harrison Avenue.) 
Attending school at the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

(3) Jay Rawlings Corbett 

Born Feb. 18. 1922. in Scranton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in McKeesport. Pa. (2612 Harrison Avenue.) 

5. HARRY CLEVELAND CORBETT 

Born Apr. 30. 1884. in MiUbell. Pa. (Formerly called Bells Mill.) 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (115 Center Ave.) 

MARRIED Feb. 8. 1916, to Miriam Genevive Barnhart in Greensburg, Pa. 

His occupation: Electrician. 

She was born Oct. 8, 1893, in Greensburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (415 Center Ave.) 

HER PARENTS: James Knox and Tide Richardson (Diehl) Barnhart. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Huston Barnhart, wife, Verna Mae McCune. 

James Curtis Barnhart, 

TWO CHILDREN of Harry Cleveland and Miriam Genevive (Barnhart) Corbett: 

(1) Robert Barnhart Corbett 

Born May 15. 1917. in Akron. O. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. (415 Center Ave.) 

(2) Richard Wilson Corbett 

Born May 13. 1922. in Greensburg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa. (415 Center .^ve.) 

THREE CHILDREN OF CLARA ANN (JOHNSTON) HOOVER 
AND SAMUEL S/ HOOVER 

(See page 124) 

1. WILLIAM HOMER* HOOVER (Samuel S.% Peter% Jacob) 

Born Sept. 17, 1877, in Canal Fulton. 0. 
Died Mar. 21, 1932, in St. Louis, Mo. Buried there. 
MARRIED May 11, 1909, to Florence Moore in Kilbourne. 0. 
His occupation: Presbyterian Minister in St. Louis. Mo. 
She was born Mar. 25, 1880, in Kilbourne. 0. 

Living 1935 in St. Louis, Mo. (3217 Welsberg Drive.) 
HER PARENTS: John and Ella (Pettibone) Moore. 

(She married second to William Ross Porter.) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Natalie Frances Moore, husband, Fred Clinton Vergon. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 187 

TWO CHILDREN of William Homer* and Florence iMoore) Hoover: 

(1) Natalie Elizabeth' Hoover 

Born Sept. 25. 1910, in Dresden, \. D. 

Living 1935 in St. Louis, Mo. (3217 Welsberg Drive.) 

MARRIED Dec. 25. 1931, to Virgil Miller Williams in Sikeston, Mo. 

His occupation: Cartoonist. 

He was born Aug. 21. 1911. in Sikeston, Mo. 

Living 1935 in St. Louis, Mo. (3217 Welsberg Drive.) 

HIS PARENTS: Virgil and .lulia Elizabeth (Fulkerson) Williams. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Bessie May Williams, husband. William Henry Pryor. 

Curtis Albert Williams, wife. Anna Sullivan. 

Golda Williams, husband. Roy Bowers. 

Reva Irene Williams, husband, Emory Corlew. 

Fern Mabel Williams, husband. Calvin Petmay Carter. 

Berneda Lucille Williams. Unmarried. 

Colleen Williams, Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of Natalie Elizabeth' (Hoover) and Virgil Miller Wil- 
liams: 

(1) Thomas Ross Williams 

Born Oct. 24. 1932. in Sikeston. Mo. 

(2) James Leonard Williams 

Born Oct. 26. 1934. 

(2) Thomas Ross ' Hoover 

Born Dec. 1, 1911. in St. Louis. Mo. Died Oct. 18. 1931. in St. Louis, Mo. 

2. HARRY HORTON* HOOVER (Samuel S.% Peter% Jacob') 

Born Dec. 25, 1878, in Canal Fulton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron, 0. (543 Whitney Ave.) 

MARRIED Apr. 7, 1904. to Catherine Leola Manderbaugh in Akron. 0. 

His occupation: Mail carrier. 

She was born Aug. 28. 1882. in Akron, 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron, 0. (543 Whitney Ave.) 

FIVE CHILDREN of Harry Horton* and Catherine Leola (Manderbaugh) Hoover: 

(1) Mabel Margaret' Hoover 

Born Jan. 8, 1905, in Akron, 0. Died Mar. 29. 1922. in Akron. 0. 
MARRIED July 20. 1921. to Derle E. Miller in Akron, 0. 
He was born June 21. . in Akron. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. 
HIS PARENTS: Daniel Miller. 
HIS BROTHER (no sisters) : 

Leslie Miller. 
ONE CHILD of Mabel Margaret' (Hoover) and Derle E. Miller: 

Evelyn Mae Miller 

Born Mar. 23. 1922. in Akron. 0. 

Died June 12. 1922. in Akron. 0. 

(2) Pearl Irene' Hoover 

Born Aug. 8, 1907, in Akron, 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron, 0. (798 Ruth Ave.) 

MARRIED Sept. 19, 1931. to William Arthur Wright in Uniontown. 0. 



188 THE BOYD FAMILY 

His occupation: Salesman. 

He was born Jan. 6. 1905. in Akron. 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron, 0. (798 Rulh Ave.) 

HIS PARENTS: John Albert and Lillian Ruth (Stauffer) Wright. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Helen Edith Wright, 
CHILDREN: None. 

(3) Ester Ruth^ Hoover 

Born July 5. 1909. in Akron. 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron, 0. (2268 Twenty-Sixth St.) 
MARRIED Oct. 7. 1934. 

(4) Charles Edward ' Hoover 

Born Oct. 13. 1916. in Akron, 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron. 0. (835 Baird St.) 

(5) Ethel Lucile' Hoover 

Born Jan. 1. 1921, in Akron. 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron. 0. (835 Baird St.) 

3. EVA MAY* HOOVER (Samuel S.% Peter% Jacob') 

Born May 2. 1881, in Dalton, O.. on Stinson Farm, three miles east of Dalton. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. (2845 Abbott Place. N.W.) 
MARRIED June 22, 1903, to Sam Henry McAnaney. 
His occupation : Barber. Canton. 0. 
He was born Feb. 7, 1883. in Canton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. (2845 Abbott Place, N.W.) 

HIS PARENTS: James Gilbert and Elizabeth (Anastesia) McAnaney. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Walter Hugh McAnaney, wife, Helen May. 

Gilbert McAnaney, Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of Eva May* (Hoover) and Sam Henry McAnaney: 

(1) James Samuel McAnaney 

Born June 19, 1906. in Canton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. (2845 Abbott Place. N.W.) 

His occupation: Dentist. 

UNMARRIED. 

(2) Ruth Margaret McAnaney 

Born Aug. 18. 1904, in Akron. 0. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. (2845 Abbott Place. N.W.) 
MARRIED Dec. 25. 1924. to Edgar Dodd Woolslayer in Canton, 0. 
His occupation: Policeman. 
He was born Jan. 12. 1901. in Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Canton. 0. (2845 Abbott Place. N.W.) 
HIS PARENTS: Joseph Isaac and Etta Maud Woolslayer. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Charles Ingram Woolslayer, wife. Mayme 

Homer Joseph Woolslayer. wife. Ann 



THE BOYD FAMILY 189 

TWO CHILDREN of Ruth Margaret (McAnaney) and Edgar Dodd Wool- 
slayer: 

(1) James Homer Woolslayer 

Born May 3, 1926, in Canton. 0. 

(2) Patsy Ann Woolslayer 

Born July 6. 1929, in Canton. 0. 



FOUR CHILDREN OF ARTHUR HAMLIN JOHNSTON AND 
FLORA BELLE (LAMBRIGHT) JOHNSTON 

[See page 125] 

1. MINNIE ADELE JOHNSTON 

Born Dec. 27. 1882, in Canal Fulton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Bath, 0. 

MARRIED July 7. 1902. to Burton Foster Stauffer in Akron, 0. 

His occupation: General manager of Miller Rubber Company in Akron. 0. 

He was born Aug. 29. 1879. in Canal Fulton, 0. 

Living 1935 in Batii, 0. 

HIS PARENTS: Martin and Sevilla (Zimmerman) Stauffer. 

(He was born Sept. 22, 1848. She was born Sept. 20, 1851.) 
CHILDREN: None. 

2. ARTHUR LEROY JOHNSTON 

Born June 12. 1887. in Akron, O. 

Living 1935 in Bakersfield. Calif. (3124 San Emidiol. 

MARRIED June 12. 1919, to Dora Harvey in Bakersfield, Calif. 

His occupation: Engineer and fireman on Santa Fe Railroad. Bakersfield, Calif. 

He served as sergeant in World War. 91st Div., Co. K.. 364 Infantry. Entered 

Camp Lewis Sept. 25, 1917, discharged Apr. 23. 1919. 
She was born Sept. 28, 1893, in Ironton, 0. 

Living 1935 in Bakersfield. Calif. (3124 San Emidiol. 

HER PARENTS: Henry and Mary Alice (Campbell) Harvey. 

HER BROTHERS (no sisters) : 

Fred Harvey, Unmarried. 

Frank Harvey, Unmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Arthur LeRoy and Dora (Harvey) Johnston: 
Alice Flo Johnston 

Born Jan. 9. 1923, in Bakersfield. Calif. 

3. HELEN GRACE JOHNSTON 

Born May 20. 1897, in Akron, 0. 

Living 1935 in Jacksonville. Fla. (3609 Park Ave.). 

MARRIED Jan. 1, 1915, to Vernice Ellsworth White in Akron. 0. 

He was born Mar. 29, 1889, in Mineral Wells, W. Va. 

HIS PARENTS: John Daniel and Sarah Harriet (Renner) White. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Fred White, wife, Nina Smith. 

Richie White, wife, Helen Thayer. 

Lester White, wife. Irene Obermeyer. 

Edith White, husband, Edward Robinson. 
Nellie White, husband. Lawrence W. Partridge. 



190 THE BOYD FAMILY 

ONE CHILD of Helen Grace (Johnston) and Vernice Ellsworth White: 
Marjorie Florabel White 

Bom Aug. 3, 1915. in Akron. 0. 

Living 1935 in Bath. 0. 

4. PAUL STEPHEN JOHNSTON 

Born June 13, 1905. in Akron. 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron. 0. (9471/2 Nathan St.). 

MARRIED Aug. 3. 1923, to Dorothy May McClure in Canton, 0. 

His occupation: Tire builder. 

She was born June 13, 1905, in Akron, 0. 

TWO CHILDREN of Paul Stephen and Dorothy May (McClure) Johnston: 

( 1 ) Williain Cornell Johnston 
Born May 12, 1924, in Akron, 0. 

(2) Robert Paul Johnston 

Born June 12. 1929. in Akron. O. 



THREE CHILDREN OF EMMA MILLENTNA (JOHNSTON) DAY 

AND FRANK DAY 

[See page 126-127) 

1. EDNA DAY 

Born July 12. 1883. in Waterloo, Ind. 

She was an orphan and was later taken into a family's home in Illinois. 
Living 1935 in Indianapolis. Ind. (1022 N. Rural Street). 
MARRIED Oct. 4. 1905. to Paul Alexander West in Springfield. 111. 
His occupation : Sheet metal and heating contractor. 
He was born June 17. 1884, in Bloomington. 111. 

Living 1935 in Indianapolis. Ind. (1022 X. Rural Street). 

HIS PARENTS: Isaac Xewton and Sarah Emeline (Rhodes) West. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Agnes Stella West. 1st husband, William Day. 

2nd husband, Bert Cannon. 

Edith Pearl West. husband, \^'illiam Smith. 

Ora Amelia West, husband, Joseph Bucher. 

Anthony Winfield West. L>nniarried. 

Russell Wilson West. Unmarried. 

Benjamin Franklin West, 
FIVE CHILDREN of Edna (Day) and Paul Alexander West: 

( 1 ) Herman Theodore West 

Born Mar. 12. 1907. in Springfield. 111. 

Living 1935 in Indianapolis. Ind. ( 1022 N. Rural Street) . 
UNMARRIED. 

(2) Lawrence Alexander West 

Born Mar. 29. 1909. in Springfield. 111. 

Living 1935 in Indianapolis. Ind. (1022 N. Rural Street). 
UNMARRIED. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 191 

(3) Rayiiioiid Edward West 

Born Nov. 7. 1910. in SpringlifUI. 111. 

Living 1935 in Indianapolis, Ind. (711 \. Grant Ave. I . 

MARRIED Oct. 1. 19,14. to Oleeta McConn of Loojroolcc. Ind.. in Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 

(4) James Earl Wesl 

Born Feb. 12. 1912. in .Springlield. III. 

Living 1935 in IndiaTiapolis. Ind. (1022 \. Kuial Slreetl. 
UNMARRIED. 

(5) Margaret Einnia West 

Born Dee. 2C,. 1919. in Indianapuli,s. Ind. 

Living 1935 in Indianapolis. Ind. I 1022 \. IJiiral Street I . 
UNMARRIED. 

EMMA CATHERINE DAY 

Born On. 2. 188.5. in Waterloo. Ind. 

She was raised by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kiblinger from ibc age of two ypars. 

Living 19.35 in Ft. Wayne. Ind. (1928 Lawndale Dri\el. 

MARRIED June 8. 1908. to Charles Leo Buckley in Auburn. Ind. 

His occupation: Representative of the Connecticut Mutual Farm Loan Depl. 

He was born Se])t. 16, 1881. in Peru. Ind. 

Living 1935 in Ft. Wavnc. Ind. (1928 Lawndale Drive). 

HIS PARENTS: Timothy William and Mnr^ (CrimmcnsI Buckley. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Timothy William Buckley, wife, Anne Schleiss. 

Margaret Buckley, husband, .lohn McTighe. 

Nellie Cecilia Buckley, Unmarried. 

Mayme Buckley, husband, C/corge Sniadel. 

Walter Joseph Crimmens Buckley. 
THREE CHILDREN of Fnima Catherine ( Dav I and Charles Leo BuckleN : 

(1) Charles Robert Buckley 

Born Dec. 31. 1909. in Auburn. Ind. 

Living 1935 in Wilmctte. 111. (1.536 Lake Avenue). 

MARRIED Aug. 21. 1933. to Helen Lndmilla Stopka in Chicago. 111. 

His occupation: Teacher of \iolin. 

She was born Apr. 11. 1912. in Chicago. 111. 

Living 1935 in Wilmctte. 111. 1 15.36 Lake Avenue). 

HER PARENTS: Lidnmil \alenlincand Fnnna (ZerzanI Stopka. 

HER SISTER (no brothers l : 

Olga Marie Stopka, husband. Lester Frank Ball. 
ONE CHILD of Charles Robert and Helen Lndmilla I Stopka 1 Buckley: 

Charles Robert Buckley 

Born May 12. 1931. in FKan-lon. ill. 

(2) Kathleen Buckley 

Born Jan. I. 1912. in Pern. Ind. 

Living 1935 in Wa-hinglon. I). C. I 705 U'.lli St.. N.W.). 
MARRIED Aug. 25. 1934. to Raphael Herman Block. 
He was born Nov. 9. 1912. in Memphis. Tenn. 

HIS PARENTS: Herman Addison and Clara Elizabeth (Mvers) Block. 



192 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(3) Mary Elizabeth Buckley 

Bom Feb. 11. 1917, in Peru. Ind. 

Living 1935 in Ft. Wayne. Ind. (1928 Lawndale Drive). 
UNMARRIED. 

3. FRANK DAY 

Records unobtainable. Last heard of in San Diego, Calif. 

FIVE CHILDREN OF JESSAMINE SOUTHERN (SLAUGHTER) 
BURGUM AND JOSEPH ARTHUR BURGUM 

iSee page 129-130) 

1. ARTHUR CASTLEMAN BURGUM 

Born Aug. 2. 1895. in Conkling. N. D. 

Living 1935 in Medora. N. D. 

MARRIED June 29. 1922. to Edytli Lillian Harrington in Moorhead. Minn. 

His occupation: County agricultural agent at Medora. N. D. 

She was born Apr. 14, 1896, in Moorhead. Minn. 

Living 1935 in Medora. N. D. 

HER PARENTS: Joseph Robinson and Carrie Marie iWelo) Harrington. 

ONE CHILD of Arthur Castleman and Edii-th Lillian (Harrington) Burgum: 

Joyce Aevon Burgutn 

Born Dec. 19, 1928. in Minot. N. D. 

2. MARJORIE LEE BURGUM 

Born Apr. 11. 1898. in Conkling, N. D. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck, N. D. (312 Park Ave.). 
MARRIED Jan. 26. 1928. to Joseph Charles Peltier in Fargo, N. D. 
His occupation: Manager — T^liolesale grocers in Bismarck. N. D. 
He was born July 12. 1896. in Hancock, Mich. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck, N. D. (312 Park Ave.). 

HIS PARENTS: Joseph Charles and Bridget (Conway) Peltier. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS lall of Hancock, Mich.) : 
Clarence Peltier, Unmarried. 

Olive Peltier, husband, Fred Miller. 
Ruth Peltier, husband, William Barth. 

TWO CHILDREN of Marjorie Lee ( Burgum l and Joseph Charles Peltier: 

( 1 ) Joseph Charles Peltier 

Born Feb. 13. 1929. in Bismarck, N. D. 

(2) Janice Jessamine Peltier 

Born Apr. 18. 1933. in Bismarck. N. D. 

3. LELAND SLAUGHTER BURGUM 

Born Dec. 19, 1904. in Arthur. N. D. 

Living 1935 in Fargo, N. D. (Good Samaritan College). 

MARRIED June 29. 1933. to Ruth Hoeger of Fargo. N. D. 

His occupation: Supl. Fargo Good Samaritan College; V.-P. North Dakota 

Farmers Grain Dealers Association; Treas. Hunter Power Co. 
She was born June 29. 1913. in Arena. N. D. 

Living 1935 in Fargo, N. D. (Good Samaritan College^. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 193 

HER PARENTS: Rev. August and Amelia lAdin) Hoeger. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Agnes. Cecelia. Laura. Amelia. John Adin, August Adin and Cierlrude Hoeger. 

ONE CHILD of Leland Slaughter and Ruth (Hoeger) Burgum: 
Joyous Leeruth Burgum 

Born Feb. 14. 1935. 

4. ALTON THEODORE BURGUM 

Born June 7. 1907. in Arthur. N. D. 

Living 1935 in Arthur. N. D. 

His occupation: Manager Artiuir & Hunter Power Co. in Hunter. N. D.. and 

Manager Farmers Eiexator C(i.. Arthur. N. D. 
UNMARRIED. 

5. JOSEPH BOYD BURGUM 

Born Sept. 2. 1917, in Arthur. N. D. 

Living 1935 in Arthur, N. D. 

Attending Slate Agricultural College, Fargo. N. D. 



NINE CHILDREN OF LINNIE LEE (SLAUGHTER) HEDSTROM 
AND ALBIN HEDSTROM 

{See page 130) 

1. BERT BOYD HEDSTROM 

Born Aug. 5, 1901, in Bismarck. N. D. 

Living 1935 near Wilton. N. D. 

MARRIED Mar. 30. 192.5. to Lillian Christine Nord in Bismarck, N. D. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Dec. 8. 1905. in Drake, N. D. 

Living 1935 near Wilton, N. D. 

HER PARENTS: Christ Eric and Engelief Thora (Sheie) Nord. (Changed 
from "Knain.") 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Eleanor Theodora Nord. husband. Lloyd McQuay. 

Inger Constance Nord. husband, Kmil Nelson. 

Thelma Borghild Nord. husband, Floren Reed. 

Solveig Audhild Nord. Unmarried. 

Dogmar Azora Nord. Unmarried. 

Merle Ephriam Nord, Unmarried. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Bert Boyd and Lillian Christine (Nord) Hedstrom: 

( 1 ) Lawrence Boyd Hedstrom 

Born No\. 29. 1927. in Bismarck, N. D. 

(2) Alton Lee Hedstrom 

Born May 13, 1929. in Bismarck. N. D . 

(3) Shirley Vaughn Hedstrom 

Born Oct. 15. 1930. in Bismarck. N. D. 

(4) Lois Elaine Hedstrom 

Born Aug. 12. 1932. in Bismarck. X. D. 



194 THE BOYD FAMILY 

2. THEODORE HEDSTROM 

Born May 2. 1904. in Burleigh, N. D. (Wilton. P.O.) 

Living 1935 in Valley City. N. D. 

MARRIED Sept. 3, 1929, to Florence Anderson Sunde. 

His occupation: Sheriff of Barnes County. N. D. 

She was born Dec. 12, 1905. in Barnes County. N. D. 

She died Apr. 29, 1930, in Bismarck, N. D. 

HER PARENTS: Andrew Anderson and Sophie (Anderson) Sunde. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Clifford Anderson Sunde. Unmarried. 

Melvin Anderson Sunde. Unmarried. 

Agnes Anderson Sunde, Unmarried. 

Tena Sunde. Unmarried. 

Samuel Anderson Sunde. wife. Myrtle Burkhart. 

Arthur Andrew Sunde, wife. Ella Nooman. 

Thelma Anderson Sunde. husband. George Raymond. 
CHILDREN: None. 
Theodore Hedstrom MARRIED second Feb. 24. 1934, to Mrs. Olea Nelson Peder- 

son in Minneapolis, Minn. 
She was born June 24, 1892, in Norway. 

Living 1935 in Valley City. N. D. 

HER PARENTS: Martin and Johanna (Larson I Nelson. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Henry Nelson-Martinson, wife. Betsey Anderson. 

Nels K. Nelson. wife. Elida Erickson. 

Ole J. Nelson, 

Lars Nelson. 

Axel P. Nelson, 

Antonette Nelson. husband. Johan Granlid. 

■ CHILDREN: None. 

3. PAUL GRANT HEDSTROM 

Born Aug. 12, 1907. on farm near Wilton, N. D. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck, N. D. 

MARRIED Oct. 28. 1933. to Joyce Columbia (Hupp) Peura in Crookston. Minn. 

His occupation: Blue-printer and photographer. N. D. Highway Commission. 

He is Second Lieutenant. National Guard. North Dakota. 

HER PARENTS: Miles and Emma Hupp. 

(She married second to John Stack. They are living 1935 in Dexter City, 0.) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Marie Hupp, husband. Bruce Belk. 

Howard Hupp, wife, Lois Jones. 

Roy Hupp, wife. Barbara Feist. 

Otmer Hupp, Unmarried. 

Joyce Columbia (Hupp I (Peura) Hedstrom has a son from a former marriage: 
Kenneth Clarence Peura 
Born Mar. 3. 1931. in Helena. Mont. 

4. IRENE DELORES HEDSTROM 

Born June 21. 1909. in Wilton. N. D. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck. N. D. (701 21st St.). 

MARRIED May 7. 1930. to Earle Howard Scharnowske in Bismarck. N. D. 

His occupation : Mail carrier in Bismarck. N. D . 



THE BOYD FAMILY 195 

He was born Sept. 27. 19()<"). in Shields, N. D. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck. N. D. (701 21st St.). 

HIS PARENTS: Adolph Herman and Hazel L\dia (Celev) Scharnowske. 
(He died Sept. 26, 1928, in Bismarck. N. D.I 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Elmer Verner Scharnowske, Unmarried. 

Etta Louise Scharnowske, Unmarried. 

Ruth Emma Scharnowske, husband, Joyce Moule. 

Elsworth Everad Scharnowske, Unmarried. 

Wayne Oliver Scharnowske, Unmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Irene Delores (Hedstrom) and Earle Howard Scharnowske: 
James Earle Scharnowske 

Born July 22. 1932, in Bismarck, N. D. 

5. RUTH JOAN HEDSTROM 

Born Apr. 6, 1911. in Wilton. N. D. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck, N. D. 
UNMARRIED. 

6. HAZEL MARIE HEDSTROM 

Born Nov. 5, 1913, in Wilton. N. D. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck, N. D. 

Her occupation: Secretary to Supervisor of Garden Projects. F.E.R.A. 

UNMARRIED. 

7. VERNON LEE HEDSTROM 

Born Jan. 30, 1916, in Wilton. N. D. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck, N. D. 
UNMARRIED. 

8. LILLIAN MARGARET HEDSTROM 

Born Apr. 8. 1917, in Bismarck, N. D. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck, N. D. 
UNMARRIED. 

9. HELEN SLAUGHTER HEDSTROM 

Born Oct. 25, 1919. in Bismarck, N. D. 

Living 1935 in Bismarck, N. D. 
High school student. 

SEVEN CHILDREN OF CARRIE EDNA (BOYD) SENSENICH 
AND CHESTER DAVID SENSENICH 

(See page 142-143) 

1. ZELMABOYD SENSENICH 

Born June 9, 1900, in Irwin, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Vandergrift, Pa. (173 Washington Ave.). 
MARRIED Aug. 22. 1923. to Ralph Alfred Kuhn in Irwin, Pa. 
His occupation: Pharmacist (Proprietor). 
He was born Aug. 9. 1894, in Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Vandergrift, Pa. (173 Washington Ave.1. 

HIS PARENTS: Charles Lawrence and Elizabeth (Mellinger) Kuhn. 



196 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Roy Wilkins Kuhn, wife, Martha Flanagan. 

Cora Kuhn, Unmarried. 

Myrtle Kuhn. Unmarried. 

Charles Mellinger Kuhn. wife. Myrtle Mcliityre. 

Opal Kuhn. Unmarried. 

Clyde Emerson Kuhn. Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of Zelma Boyd (Sensenich) and Ralph Alfred Kuhn: 

(1) Ralph Sensenich Kuhn 
Born Oct. 28. 1924. in Irwin. Pa. 

(2) Carrie Joan Kuhn 

Born Sept. 10. 1927. in Vandergrift. Pa. 

2. ILA MARY SENSENICH 

Born Mar. 4. 1902, in Irwin. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (62.5 Oak Street). 
Her occupation: Bank bookkeeper. 
UNMARRIED. 

3. CHESTER GEORGE SENSENICH 

Born June 20. 1904. in Irwin. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (617 Cedar St.). 

MARRIED May 7, 1927. to Isabel Warren Scull in Irwin. Pa. 

His occupation: Mining engineer. Vice-President Irwin Foundry and Mine 

Car Co. 
She was born Feb. 28. 1905, in Irwin. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (617 Cedar St.). 

HER PARENTS: George Ross and Elizabeth Ann (Davis) Scull. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

George Ross Scull, Jr. Unmarried. 

David Morgan Scull. Unmarried. 

Alice Elizabeth Scull. Unmarried. 

Emily Boyts Scull, husband. Harry 0. Waugaman. 

TWO CHILDREN of Chester George and Isabel Warren (Scull) Sensenich: 

(1) Isabel Scull Sensenich 

Born July 3. 1928. in Irwin. Pa. 

(2) Lois Victoria Sensenich 

Born July 30. 1930. in Irwin, Pa. 

4. LOUIS EABY SENSENICH 

Born Aug. 31, 1906, in Irwin, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (625 Oak Street). 
His occupation : Attornev-at-law. 
UNMARRIED. 

5. BOYD STEEL SENSENICH 

Born Oct. 5, 1908, in Irwin. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (601 Pennsylvania Ave.). 

MARRIED June 7. 1935, to Mary Gladys Buchanan in Irwin. Pa. 

His occupation: Civil engineer. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 197 

She was born May 16. 1910, in Larimer, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (601 Pennsylvania Ave.). 
CHILDREN: None. 

6. GRAY FRANKLIN SENSENICH 

Born July 18. 1910. in Irwin, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. 1625 Oak Street). 

UNMARRIED. 

He is a student at the University of Pittsburgh Law School. 

7. EARL WARD SENSENICH 

Born Mar. 14, 1914. in Irwin, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (625 Oak Street). 

UNMARRIED. 

He is a student at the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



THREE CHILDREN OF ANDREW OLIVER BRYSON AND 
FRANCES LEAH (SMITH) BRYSON 

(5ee page 144-145) 

JOHN HAMILTON BRYSON, H 

Born July 13, 1899, in Uniontown, North Union Township, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown, Pa. (106 Peter Street). 

MARRIED Feb. 18, 1923, to Elizabeth Oar Smith in Fairmont. W. Va. 

His occupation: Contractor and painter. 

She was born Mar. 10. 1907, in Glasgow. Scotland. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown, Pa. ( 106 Peter Street). 
HER PARENTS: David Oar and Nellie (Frew) Smith. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Martha Smith, husband, James Marsinko. 

Jean Smith, husband, Rev. William Mainard Gray. 

Nellie Smith, husband, William Barefoot. 

Mary Smith, Unmarried. 

Andrew Smith, wife, Sarah Guesman. 

John Smith, Unmarried. 

Archie Jewel Smith. Unmarried. 

FOUR CHILDREN of John Hamilton and Elizabeth Oar (Smith) Bryson: 

( 1 ) David Andrew Bryson 

Born Oct. 18, 1924, in Washington, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. ( 106 Peter Street). 

(2) William Bryson 

Born and died Nov. 26, 1925. in Uniontown, Pa. (Church St.). 

(3) John Hamilton Bryson, III 

Born Oct. 10, 1927, in Rice's Landing. Pa. 

(4) Mary Louise Bryson 

Born June 17, 1930, in Phillips, North Union Township, Pa. 

SMITH OLIVER BRYSON 

Born Nov. 8, 1901. in North Union Township, Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown, Pa. (99 Lenox Street). 



198 THE BOYD FAMILY 

MARRIED Aug. 2A. 192.'i. (.> Nellie Fern Ravmnnd in Oakland. Md. 

Divorced. 

His occupation: Contractor and paiiilei-. 

She was born Sept. 18. 190.5. 

Living 1935 in Donora, Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Charles and Hessle (Willianisl Raymond. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Lewis Raymond, 

Carolyn E. Raymond, husband. Frank Burns. 
Charles Raymond. 

Harry Raymond, L nmarried. 

Clara Raymond, husband. Raymond Provance. 

TWO CHILDREN of Smith Oliver and Nellie Fern (Raymond) Bryson: 

(1) Carolyn Elizabeth Bryson 

Born Mar. 4. 1923. in I niontown. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Donora. Pa. 

(2) Oliver Smith Bryson II 

Born June 4. 1925. in I nionlow n. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Donora. Pa. 
Smith Oliver Brvson MARRIED second Aug. 8. 1930, to Leoda Marie Sutton in 

Oakland, Md. ' 
She was born Apr. 7. 1913. in Fairchance. Pa. 

Living 1935 in L niontown. Pa. I 99 Lenox Street I. 

HER PARENTS: \^ alter Charles and Laura May I Abel j Sutton. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Murphy Raymond Sulton. Unmarried. 
Betty Gail Sutton. L nmarried. 

THREE CHILDREN of Smith 01i\er and Leoda Marie (Sutton I Bryson: 

(1) Shirley .4nn Bryson 

Born July 11. 1931. in L niontown. Pa. 

Living 1935 in L niontown. Pa. (99 Lenox Street;. 

(2) Frances Lee Bryson 

Born Jan. 17, 1933. in I niontown. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. (99 Lenox Street). 

(3) Robert Oliver Bryson 

Born May 28, 1934, in Uniontown. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. (99 Lenox Street). 

3. GLADYS ARTRIDGE BRYSOIN 

Born Nov. 28. 1907, in North U?iion Township. Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. ( 99 Lenox Street ( . 

MARRIED June 27, 1925. to Donald Wade Bowlin in Cumberland, Md. 

He was born Mar. 17. 1899. in Hadentowii. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. ( 99 Lenox Street ) . 

HIS PARENTS: Norman Lee and Gerlrude (Moser) Bowlin. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 199 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Earnest Edward Bowlin, 

Myrtle Bowlin. husband, Albert Kunlz. 

Lyda Bowlin. husband. Edward Vintent Barrett. 

James Marshal Bowlin, wife. Mary Stephens. 

Lulu Bowlin. husband. L .]. Finn. 

Kathryii Bowlin, iuisband. Dr. Hooker. 

Paul Curry Bowlin, wife. Marguerite Home. 

William Bowlin, 

THREE CHILDREN of Gladys Artridge (Rrvsonl iuul D..n;ild Wade Bowlin: 

(1) Donald Wade Bowlin, Jr. 

Born Mar. 10. 1927. in Uniontown. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Lnionlo\Mi. Pa. (99 Lenox Street!. 

(2) Norman Richard Bowlin 

Born June 25. 1932. in Uniontown. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. (99 Lenox Street I. 

(3) Amadee Jordan Bowlin 

Born Aug. 9. 1933. in Uniontown. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. 1 99 Lenox Street). 



SEVEN CHILDREN OF LULU MAY (BRYSON) SMITH AND 
CHARLES HENRY SMITH 

(See page 146) 

1. EDGAR DONALD SMITH 

Born Dec. 23. 1902, in North Union Township. Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. (R.F.D. }tll. 
His occupation : Auto mechanic. 
UNMARRIED. 

2. CHARLES HAMILTON SMITH 

Born Aug. 11, 1904, in North Union Township. Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown, Pa. (R.F.D. jfll. 
His occupation: Auto mechanic. 
UNMARRIED. 

3. GLENN CLAYTON SMITH 

Born Sept. 17, 1906, in North Union Township. Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown, Pa. (R.F.D. #4). 
His occupation: Auto mechanic. 
UNMARRIED. 

4. MARY EMMA SMITH 

Born May 10. 1910. in North Union Township, Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown, Pa. (236 Connellsville Street). 
MARRIED Dec. 31, 1930, to Nelson Porter Welsh in Hagerstown, Md. 
His occupation: School teacher — principal. 
He was born Sept. la. 1895, in Ruffsdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. (236 Connellsville Street). 
CHILDREN: None. 



200 THE BOYD FAMILY 

5. BOYD FRANCIS SMITH 

Born Nov. 15. 1915, in \orth Union Township, Fayette County, Pa. 

. Living 1935 in Uniontown, Pa. (^R.F.D. J4). 
His occupation: Farmer. 
UNMARRIED. 

6. MARGARET VIRGINIA SMITH 

Born Nov. 17. 1917. in North Union Township. Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown. Pa. iR.F.D. J4). 
Her occupation: Attending high school. 
UNMARRIED. 

7. IRENE BEATRICE SMITH 

Born July 3. 1922, in North Union Township. Fayette County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Uniontown, Pa. iR.F.D. S4. Box 711. 

FIVE CHILDREN OF NANCY BOYD (PORE) GAUT AND JOHN 

BOYD GAUT 

[See page 147) 

1. WILLIAM BOYD^ GAUT (John Boyd, William-, John) 

Born Nov. 7. 1889. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (Ninth Street — Ext.). 

MARRIED Sept. 11. 1916, to Myrtle Martin Vosmus in Easton, Md. 

His occupation: Clerk. Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. 

She was born Jan. 24, 1890, in Wilmington. Del. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (Ninth Street — Ext.). 
HER PARENTS: Harrv Martin and Ella (Patterson I Vosmus. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Mary Mather \ osmus. Lnmarried. 
Leonard True Vosmus, Unmarried. 
ONE CHILD of William Boyd^ and Myrtle Martin (Vosmus) Gaut: 
Mary Doris ' Gaut 
Born Sept. 9. 1917. in New Stanton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (Ninth Street — Ext.). 

2. MARGARET JANE^ GAUT (John Boyd% William% John) 

Born Feb. 24, 1892, in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in HoUev. N. Y. (R.F.D. $2l. 

MARRIED Apr. 10. 1910. to Carl Ross Funk in Cumberland, Md. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born Jan. 28, 1889. in New^ Stanton. Pa. 

He died Sept. 23, 1916, in Chicago. 111. Buried in New Stanton. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Christopher Snider and Margaret Mary (White) Funk. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Lloyd Valentine Funk, wife. Bessie Mae Barnhart. 

George Raymond Funk, wife. Alice Pearl Fulmer. 

THREE CHILDREN of Margaret Jane^ (Gaut I and Carl Ross Funk: 
( 1 ) Carl Ross Funk 

Born Nov. 1, 1910. in New Stanton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Brockport, N. Y. (R.F.D.) . 



THE BOYD FAMILY 201 

MARRIED Jan. 15, 1930, to Janice Louise Jackson in Rochester, N. Y. 
His occupation: Farming, and is employed by Eastman Kodak Co. 
She was born June 1.5. 1911, in Clarendon. N. Y. 

Living 1935 in Brockport, N. Y. (R.F.D.). 

HER PARENTS: Charles WiUett and Flora Kate (Hulbert) Jackson. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Linnett Hulbert Jackson, husband. Henr) Vincent Andrews. 

Willett Charles Jackson, wife. \ellie Leona Bowen. 

TWO CHILDREN of Carl Ross and Janice Louise (Jackson) Funk: 

(1) Flora Eloise Funk 

Born Nov. 16, 1930. in Clarendon. N. Y. 

Living 1935 in Brockpoil. N. ^ . (R.F.D.) 

(2) Nancy Margaret FuiUt 

Born Apr. 10. 1932. in Clarendon, N. Y. 

Living 1935 in Brockport, N. Y. (R.F.D.) 

(2) Glenn Emerson Funk 

Born Apr. 21. 1912. in New Stanton, Pa. 

Died June 4. 1928, in Holley, N. Y. (R.F.D.) 

Buried in Saners Church Cemetery. New Stanton. Pa. 

(3) Helen May Funk 

Born Oct. 1. 1914, in Greensburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Rochester, N. ^. (Nurses' Residence, Higliland Hospital). 

Her occupation : Nurse. 

UNMARRIED. 
Margaret Jane' Gaut MARRIED second Mar. 31, 1923, to John William Conn in 

Youngstown, 0. 
His occupation : Farmer. 
He was born May 12. 1895. in County Tyrone, Ireland. 

Living 1935 in Holley, N. Y. 

HIS PARENTS: James Kenneth and Mary Jane Conn. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Hugh Henry Conn, wife, Emily Lena Jager. 

Alfred Eugene Conn, wife, Mary Alice Magee. 

James Francis Conn, wife. Minnie Marie Sandow. 

Sarah Jane Conn, husband, Oscar Elmer Weinstine. 

Fred Q. Conn, wife, Hellen Louise Efke. 

HIS HALF-BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ida Viola Hull, husband, Oliver Blain Griffin. 

Heamon John Hull, Unmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Margaret Jane* (Gaut) and John William Conn: 
John Wray Conn 
Born Feb. 12, 1924, in Hubbard, 0. 

Living 1935 in Holley, N. Y. 

3. JOHN FRANCIS' GAUT (John Boyd% William% John) 

Born Mar. 4, 1895, in Scottdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Hubbard, 0. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

MARRIED Nov. 15, 1916, to Hanna Jane Long in New Stanton. Pa. 

His occupation: Employee, Republic Rubber Company. 



202 THE BOYD FAMILY 

She was born Sept. 26. 1897, in Hunkers. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Hubbard. 0. IR.F.D. fl.) 

HER PARENTS: Marion and Alma (Fulton I Long. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Roberta Edith Long, husband. Isaac William Baughan. 

John Totten Long, wife, Loretta 

Lida Elizabeth Long, husband, Elmer Clark Baker. 

Emily Mahala Long, husband, Milton Everson Farmer. 

Gertrude Agnes Long, husband. Frank Russel Beiter. 

TWO CHILDREN of John Francis* and Hanna Jane (Long) Gaut: 

(1) John Francis' Gaut, Jr. 

Born Dec. 29, 1919. 

Living 1935 in Hubbard, 0. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

(2) Elizabeth Jane'' Gaut 

Born June 22. 1920. 

Living 1935 in Hubbard, 0. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

4. JAMES WRAY* GAUT (John Boyd . Williams John) 

Born Apr. 4. 1898. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Hubbard. 0. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

MARRIED Feb. 10, 1930, to Dorothea Sevilla Long in East Pittsburgh, Pa. 

His occupation: Employee, Republic Steel Corp. 

She was born May 29. 1909. in \ oungwood, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Hubbard. 0. (R.F.D. $1.) 

HER PARENTS: John T. and Marv Matilda (Null I Long. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Frank Null Long, wife. Marion Robinson. 
CHILDREN:- None. 

5. ROBERT PORE* GAUT (John Boy<l, William', John') 

Born Oct. 28. 1907. in Hunkers. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Hubbard. 0. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

His occupation: Electrician. Sharon Steel Hoop Co. 

UNMARRIED. 



SIX CHILDREN OF WILLIAM THOMAS NICHOLLS AND LETTIE 
ANN (MORRISON) NICHOLLS 

(See page 161-162) 

1. ELIZABETH VERA NICHOLLS 

Born Sept. 26. 1889, in Aledo. Mercer County. 111. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill, Mo. (R.F.D. J3. c o Edgar W. Johnson.) 
MARRIED to Ottis J. Crandall. 
They are divorced. 

He is living 1935 in Long Beach, Calif. 

2. ROBERT EARL NICHOLLS 

Born Dec. 14. 1890. in Aledo, Mercer County. 111. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill. Mo. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

MARRIED June 22, 1921, to Hazel Irene Warner in Pleasant Hill. Mo. 

She was born Dec. 27, 1898, in Cass County, Mo. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 203 

FOUR CHILDREN of Robert Earl and Hazel Irene (Warner) Nicholls: 

(1) MacLettie Erelene Nicholls 

Born Jan. 10, 1925, in Pleasant Hill, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill, Mo. 

(2) William E. Nicholls 

Born Aug. 21. 1929 in Pleasant Hill, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill. Mo. 

(3) Zo Rene Nicholls 

Born Jan. 21. 1931. in Pleasant Hill. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill. Mo. 

(4) John Warner Nicholls 

Born Aug. 23. 1934. in Pleasant Hill. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill, Mo. 

3. ARCHIE REED NICHOLLS 

Born Aug. 28, 1892. in Aledo. Mercer County, III. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill. Mo. (R.F.D. p.) 
UNMARRIED. 

4. MARY LUCILLE NICHOLLS 

Born Feb. 1, 1894, in Aledo, Mercer County. III. 

Died Nov. 14. 1912. (aged 18 yrs.) in Pleasant HilL Mo. 

5. RAYMOND MURRY NICHOLLS 

Born Mar. 14, 1896, in Aledo. Mercer County. III. 
Died Oct. 21, 1896. in Aledo, Mercer County, III. 

6. ANNA BELLE NICHOLLS 

Born Aug. 28. 1897, in Aledo, Mercer County, 111. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill. Mo. (R.F.D. #3. 1 

MARRIED Dec. 19. 1919. to Edgar William Johnson in Kansas City, Mo. 

His occupation: Garage. 

He was born Apr. 12. 1895. in Pleasant Hill, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill. Mo. (R.F.D. $3.) 

HIS PARENTS: Richard Mason and Alice Ann (Kabness) Johnson. 

TWO CHILDREN of Anna Belle (Nicholls) and Edgar William Johnson: 

(1) Thomas Mason Johnson 

Born Mar. 28. 1920. in Pleasant Hill, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill. Mo. (R.F.D. JS.) 

(2) Roy William Johnson 

Born July 7, 1923, in Pleasant Hill. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Pleasant Hill. Mo. (R.F.D. JS.) 



204 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THREE CHILDREN OF ELROY P. NICHOLLS AND LAVINA 
KERR (McCLAIN) NICHOLLS 

(See pa^e 162) 

1. RUTH REBECCA NICHOLLS 

Born Feb. 12. 1899. in Mendon, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

MARRIED Jan. 1. 1923. to Walter Oliver Lash, in Irwin. Pa. 

(See page 210) 
His occupation: Farmer. 
He was born Sept. 27, 1891, in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Harrv Albert and Anna Florence (Greesley) Lash. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Daniel William Lash. wife. Gladys Marie NichoUs. 

Grayce Lenora Lash, husband, David William Robertson. 

Maud Adella Lash, husband. Ernest Albright. 

THREE CHILDREN of Ruth Rebecca (Nichollsl and Walter Oliver Lash: 

(1) Norma Elizabeth Lash 

Born Aug. 18, 1926, in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

(2) Marian La^dna Lash 

Born Apr. 1, 1928. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

(3) Robert Allen Lash 

Born Dec. 12. 1930. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

2. HELEN ELIZABETH NICHOLLS 

Born Mar. 28. 1906. in Mendon. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Ruflsdale. Pa. (R.F.D.) 
UNMARRIED. 

3. ANNA-BELLE NICHOLLS 

Born June 17. 1909. in Mendon. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton, Pa. 

MARRIED May 18. 1933. to William Samuel Bateman in Irwin. Pa. 

His occupation: Employee of Euclid Mine. 

He was born Sept. 19. 1908. in Smithton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: George Phillip and Elizabeth Ann (Axel) Bateman. 

HIS SISTERS (no brothers): 

Hester Bateman. husband, Edmund Alvin Rhoades. 

Minnie Ethel Bateman. Unmarried. 

Elizabeth Jean Bateman. Unmarried. 

Georgina Bateman. Unmarried. 

CHILDREN: None. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 205 

TWELVE CHILDREN OF JOHN CALVIN NICHOLLS AND ALLY 
ANNA^ (SCHOLL) NICHOLLS 

(See page 163-164) 

1. FLORENCE ELIZABETH NICHOLLS 

Born Oct. 20. 1895, in South Huntingdon Townsiiip, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Jan. 7. 1896, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery 

2. BENNETT BLAIR NICHOLLS 

Born May 23, 1897, in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Jan. 6, 1899, in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery 

3. MARY EDNA NICHOLLS 

Born June 16, 1899. in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. iR.F.D. $1. ) 
UNMARRIED. 

4. WILLIAM SCHOLL NICHOLLS 

Born May 27. 1902, in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D. Jl. I 

MARRIED Sept. 20, 1923. to Josephine Catherine Luce in Cumberland. Md. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Dec. 25, 1904. in Wickhaven, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

HER PARENTS: David Porter and Dora Belle (Culler) Luce. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Albert LeRoy Luce. Unmarried. 

John Henry Luce, wife, Beatrice Jane Stuchlegar. 

George Washington Luce, wife, Ida Mae Burnworth. 

Orville Edward Luce. wife. Elsie Josephine Ward. 

Infant (Deceased) 

Nellie May Luce, husband. Louis Smith. 

Philip Rudolph Luce, wife, Verna Mae Stimmel. 
CHILDREN: None. 

5. ARCHIBALD BOYD NICHOLLS 

Born Apr. 6, 1904. in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D. ffl.) 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.l 

MARRIED Dec. 22. 1925. to Ernia Grace Robertson in Cumberland, Md. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Dec. 17, 1907. in Banning, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D. fl.) , , „ . . 

HER PARENTS: Benjamin Hastie and Dessa Myrtle" (Hough) Robertson. 

(See Hough Family, page 262) 
HER MATERNAL GRANDPARENTS: Obediah Porter" and Naomi (HagermanI 

Hough. 

{See Hough Family, page 262) 
HER PATERNAL GRANDPARENTS: James and Elizabeth (Hastie) Robertson. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

James Russell Robertson, wife, Viola Theresa Bergun. 

Rebena Beneta Robertson, husband, James Clifford Hough. 



206 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THREE CHILDREN of Archibald Boyd and Erma Grace (Robertson) NichoUs: 

(1) Harold Wayne Nicholls 

Born Dec. 21. 1926. in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. #1.) 

Living 193.5 in Belle Vernon. Pa. I R.F.D. Jl.) 

(2) Anna Grace Nicholls 

Born Aug. 8. 1928. in Belle \ ernon. Pa. (R.F.D. % 1.) 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. %\.) 

(3) Benajeanne Nicholls 

Born May 29. 1931. in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

Living 193.5 in Belle Vernon, Pa. (R.F.D. Jjl.) 

6. BEULAH MAE NICHOLLS 

Born Sept. 14, 1906, in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.) 
UNMARRIED. 

7. MARTHA BELL NICHOLLS 

Born Sept. 4. 1908. in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.) 
UNMARRIED. 

8. JOHN CALVIN NICHOLLS, JR. 

Born Apr. 21, 1911, in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

MARRIED Jan. 7. 1931. to Mabel Marie Lvnn in Cumberland, Md. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

She was born Feb. 27, 1916. in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl.) 

HER PARENTS: Alfred and Goldie Dove (Aspeyl Lynn. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Richard Harvey Lynn, Unmarried. 
Esther Lynn. L^nniarried. 

ONE CHILD of John Cahin and Mabel Marie (Lynn) Nicholls: 
John Calvin Nicholls, III 

Born May 29, 1934. in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Aug. 21. 1934. in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

9. INFANT (UNNAMED) 

Born and died Nov. 22, 1912. in Koslra\er Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery. 

lO.JAMES LAVENUS NICHOLLS 

Born Nov. 14. 1913. in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Mar. 23, 1915, in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery. 

11. INFANT (UNN.4MED) 

Born and died July 15. 1917. in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery. 

12.FRANCES PEARL NICHOLLS 

Born Oct. 23, 1918. in Rostraver Township. ^Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Jan. 7, 1919, in Rostraver Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 207 

NINE CHILDREN OF MARGARET ALVERDA (NICHOLLS) AND 
ALBERT GALLAGHER FRETTS 

[See p(is.e 164- 165) 

1. MILDRED ELIZABETH FRETTS 

Born Jan. 7. 1900. in Scottdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Siclldale. Pa. ( R.F.D. il I . 

MARRIED Aug. 21. 1918. to Samuel Dewey'" Hougli in Scottdale. Pa. 

{See Hon lilt Fnmiiy- pi'iie 264-265) 
His occupation: Mail canier on Route #1, Scottdale. Pa. 
He was born Aug. 11. 1398. in .lacolis Creek. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. ( R.F.D. Jl I . 

HIS PARENTS: Jacob" and Mary Elizabeth (Aspeyl Hough. 

[See Hoii^li Family, poi^e 263) 
EIGHT CHILDREN of Mildred Elizabelh (FrettsI and Samuel Dewey'" Hough: 

(1) Arthilla June ' Hough 

Born June 21. 1919. in Jacobs Creek. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. (R.F.D. fl I. 

(2) Wendell Glenn" Hougli 

Born Aug. 7. 1920. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. (R.F.D. $1). 

(3) Garnet Ruth" Hough 

Born July 18. 1922. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in"Scottdale. Pa. I R.F.D. Jll. 

(4) Jacob Dewey" Hough 

Born Sept. 1. 1923. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. I R.F.I), ill 1. 

(5) Gerald Arthur" Hough 

Born May 13. 1928. in Scoit.ialc. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. (R.F.D. ffll. 

(6) Lewis Aspey" Hough 

Born Feb. 4, 1930. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. (R.F.D. 51 I. 

(7) Ardith Joan" Hough (Twin) 
Born Mar. 5. 1935. Iti Scott. lale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scolldaie. Pa. (R.F.D. %\). 

(8) Arlene Joyce" Hough (Twin) 
Born Mar. 5. 1935. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scolldaie Pa. I R.F.D. 31 1. 

2. MERLE BOYD FRETTS 

Born July 16. 1901. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Milly. Saskatchewan. Canada. 

MARRIED Oct. 27. 1925. to Augustina Nunu.-iici in Saskatchewan. Canada. 

His occupation: Wheat farming. 

She was born June 7, 1905. in Melville. Saskatchewan, Canada. 

Living 1935 in Milly, Saskatchewan. Canada. 



208 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HER PARENTS: Jacob and Elizabeth (Bolembach) Nunweiler. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Edward Nunweiler, wife, Wanda Lutz. 

Anton Emil Nunweiler. wife, Madgelenia Wagner. 

Philip Nunweiler. wife, Elizabeth Klarenbach. 

Phylipenia Nunweiler. husband, Anton Nunweiler. 

Katherine Nunweiler. husband. John Klarenbach. 
TWO CHILDREN of Merle Boyd and Augustina (Nunweiler I Fretts: 

(1) Joy Louvaine Fretts 

Born Oct. 16, 1926. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Milly. Saskatchewan, Canada. 

(2) Dale Albert Fretts 

Born Dec. 8. 1929. in Milly, Saskatchewan, Canada. 

Living 1935 in Milly. Saskatchewan, Canada. 

3. CARL ABRAM FRETTS 

Born Mar. 19, 1904. in Scottdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (828 Vallevista Avenue). 
MARRIED Aug. 6. 1930. to Mary Audrey Ruble in Pittsburgh, Pa. 
His occupation: Bank examiner. 
She was born Aug. 5, 1909. in Rochester. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (828 Vallevista Avenue). 

HER PARENTS: Cyrus Elmer and Laura Belle (McKee) Ruble. 

ONE CHILD of Carl Abram and Mary Audrey (Ruble) Fretts: 

Carl Allan Fretts 

Born July 8. 1932, in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (828 Vallevista Avenue). 

4. CLARE FRANCES FRETTS 

Born Dec. 24. 1905, in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton, Pa. 

MARRIED Oct. 3. 1925, to Ralph Alfred Farnsworth in Detroit, Mich. 

Divorced Apr. 30, 1931, in Detroit, Mich. 

His occupation: Bus driver. 

He was born Feb. 23, 1904. 

HIS FOSTER PARENTS: Rev. John T. and Lois (Zimmerman) Farnsworth. 
HIS SISTER (no brothers) : 

Anna Mae Farnsworth. (She was also adopted.) 
ONE CHILD of Clare Frances (Fretts) and Ralph Alfred Farnsworth: 

Katliryn Lorraine Farnsworth 

Born Aug. 8, 1926, in Rockwood. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton, Pa. 
Clare Frances Fretts MARRIED second Aug. 31, 1932, to George Lewis Hough in 

Greensburg, Pa. 
His occupation : Farmer. 
He was born Aug. 8, 1906. in Smithton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton, Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Charley and Anna Mae (Grove) Hough. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Paul Jacob Hough, 

Hazel Hough, husband, Raymond Rhodes. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 209 

ONE CHILD of Clare Frames (Fretts) and George Lewis Hough: 
Paul Eugene Hough 
Born Jan. 6. 1935. in Sniithlon. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Sinithton. Pa. 

). ALBERT GLENN FRETTS 

Born Dec. 20, 1907. in Scoltdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. (R.F.D. $1 1. 

MARRIED Aug. 11. 1932. to Violet Emma Shaw in Somerset. Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Nov. 17. 1913. in Acme. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl). 

HER PARENTS: Ira Clayton and Bertha Elizabeth (Welshonse) Shaw. ,Ir. 

(Living 1935 in Mt. Pleasant. Pa.. R.F.D. #2. Box 206.) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Margaret Bertha. Lawrence Franklin, kathryn Mae. Charles Clayton, Charlotte 
Ruby, Hayes Arthur. James Raymond, Donald William (twin), Dorothea 
Susan (twin), Mabel Loretta. Anna Belle. Lois Anita. Robert Dale. Betty 
Jane and Phyllis Ilene Shaw. (They are all unmarried.) 
ONE CHILD of Albert Glenn and Violet Emma (Shaw) Fretts: 
Connie Jean Fretts 
Born Feb. 23, 1933, in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale, Pa. 

6. EMMA GENEVIEVE FRETTS 

Born Sept. 26, 1910, in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale, Pa. (R.F.D. Jfl). 

MARRIED Aug. 3, 1928. to Elmer Milton Sanders in Cumberland, Md. 

His occupation: Trucking. 

He was born July 29. 1907. in Smithton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale, Pa. (R.F'.D. Jl). 

HIS PARENTS: Harry Elmer and Lesetta Florence (Momyer) Sanders. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Walter Merle Sanders, wife, Clara Bell Felgar. 

James Wilbur Sanders, Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of Emma Genevieve I Fretts I and Elmer Milton Sanders: 

(1) Patricia Jane Sanders 

Born Nov. 25, 1928. in Scottdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. (R.F.D. Jtl I. 

(2) Wayne Edward Sanders 

Born Jan. 7, 1931, in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale, Pa. (R.F.D. Ifl I. 

7. JAMES STANLEY FRETTS 

Born Feb. 7. 1913. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
UNMARRIED. 

8. GEORGE CLAYTON FRETTS 

Born Nov. 1, 1914. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale, Pa. 



210 THE BOYD FAMILY 

His occupation: Fanner. 
UNMARRIED. 

9. BETTY LORRAINE FRETTS 

Born Nov. 1. 1921. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale, Pa. 
Attending school. 

NINE CHILDREN OF JACOB EDGAR NICHOLLS AND 
MARY ELLA (GUYNN) NICHOLLS 

(See pa^e 165) 

1. GLADYS MARIE NICHOLLS 

Born Oct. 5, 1901. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herniinie, Pa. 

MARRIED June 16. 1923. to Daniel William Lash in South Huntingdon Town- 
ship, Westmoreland County, Pa., at the home of J. E. Nicholls. 

{See pa^e 204) 
His occupation: School teacher. 
He was born Aug. 14, 1897. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herniinie, Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Harrv Albert and Anna Florence (Gressley) Lash. 
HIS GRANDPARENTS: Daniel and Elizabeth (Medsgerl Lash. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Grayce Lenora Lash, husband, David William Robertson. 

Walter Oliver Lash, wife, Ruth Rebecca Nicholls. 

(See pa^e 204) 

Maud Adella Lash, husband, Ernest A. Albright. 
TWO CHILDREN of Gladys Marie (Nicholls) and Daniel William Lash: 

(1) Geraldine Marie Lash 

Born May 3. 1931. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herminie, Pa. 

(2) Richard Daniel Lash 

Born May 12. 1935. in Greensburg. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Herminie. Pa. 

2. ALFRED GUY NICHOLLS 

Born Nov. 6. 1903, in Rostraver To\vnsliip. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED Aug. 16, 1929, to Lois Elsie Messner in Wellsburg, W. Va. 

His occupation: School teacher. 

She was born July 2. 1913. in Wyano. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HER PARENTS: Lewis and Ida Elsie (Downey) Messner. 

ONE CHILD of Alfred Guy and Lcis Elsie (Messner) Nicholls: 
Gilbert Lee Nicholls 

Born June 6. 1932. in Mount Pleasant, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton. Pa. (R.F.D.) 



THE BOYD FAMILY 211 

3. GLENN DALE NICHOLLS 

Born July 20, 1905. in Rostra\er Townslii]), Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED June 2, 1926. to Clara Agnes Balentine in Cumberland. Md. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Jan. 7, 1909. in Jacobs Creek. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton. Pa. ( R.F.D. » 

HER PARENTS: Frank Campbell and Anna Mae (Greenault) Balentine. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ruth Evelyn Balentine. Unmarried. 

Paul Campbell Balentine. Unmarried. 

Mildred Irene Balentine. Unmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Glenn Dale and Clara Agnes (Balentine) Nicholls: 
Daryl Lou Nicholls 

Born June 5. 1931, in Smithton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton, Pa. 

4. OMER KENNETH NICHOLLS 

Born Apr. 12, 1909. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano, Pa. 

MARRIED June 21, 1930, to Helen Mae Sherbondy in West Newton, Pa. 
His occupation: Employee, Youghiogheny and Ohio Coal Company. 
She was born Sept. 24. 1911. in Mendon, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano, Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Homer Earl and Caroline Grace (Momyer) Sherbondy. 

HER GRANDPARENTS: Charley and Sara Jane Sherbondy. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Thomas Burrel Sherbondy, wife. Hattie Irene Finley. 

Edgar Wilson Sherbondy. Unmarried. 

Dorothy Grace Sherbondy, husband, George Matthew Mencer. 

Gladys Fae Sherbondy, Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of Omer Kenneth and Helen Mae (Sherbondy) Nicholls: 

(1) Dolores Jean Nicholls 

Born July 20. 1931, in Mount Pleasant. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano. Pa. 

(2) Mona Lee Nicholls 

Born May U, 1934, in Wyano, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano, Pa. 

5. GEORGE WASHINGTON NICHOLLS 

Born Feb. 22, 1912, in Smithton, South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED May 29, 1935, to Doris June Porter of Scottdale, Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

6. DONALD RALPH NICHOLLS 

Born Sept. 2, 1915, in Smithton, South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton. Pa. (R.F.D.) 



212 THE BOYD FAMILY 

His occupation: Farmer. 
UNMARRIED. 

7. DOROTHY JANE NICHOLLS 

Born July 7, 1918, in Sniithton. South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton, Pa. ( R.F.D. I 
Her occupation: Attending school. 
UNMARRIED. 

8. DORIS GRACE NICHOLLS 

Born July 29. 1921, in Smithton. South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton. Pa. I R.F.D. I 
Her occupation: Attending school. 

9. BETTY MAE NICHOLLS 

Born Mar. 3, 1921. in Smithton. South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Smithton. Pa. ( R.F.D. I 
Her occupation: Attending school. 

THREE CHILDREN OF JOHN ALLEN' WILLIAMS AND 
MARGARET WISE (WILLIAMS) WILLIAMS 

{See paiie 166-167) 

1. DAISY PEARL^ WILLIAMS (John Allen', Daniel Franklin^ Thomas 

Jacob' ) 

Born Feb. 21, 1884. in Greensburg. Pa. 

Died Apr. 13, 1934, in Champion. Pa. Buried in Kneebo Cemetery. 
MARRIED Oct. 15, 1905, to Arthur Chester Durstine in Scottdale. Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Jan. 28, 1884. in New Stanton. Hempfield Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Champion. Pa. (R.F.D. |1 I . 

HIS PARENTS: Abraham H. and Phebe Anna (SiUiman) Durstine. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Mazie Sylvia Durstine, husband. Morris Benjamin Siegfried. 

Jennie Hannah Durstine, husband. George Washington Ulery. 

Maggie Durstine, husband, John Adam Sanner. 

TEN CHILDREN of Daisy PearP (Williams) and Arthur Chester Durstine: 

(1) Abraham Andrew Durstine (6) Daisy Ann Durstine 

(2) William Franklin Durstine (7) Elsie Mae Durstine 

(3) Maggie Mazie Durstine (8) Boyd Emerson Durstine 

(4) Dorothy Elizabeth Durstine (9) Olive Louise Durstine 

(5) Joseph Patrick Durstine (10) Jack Wilson Durstine 

{For their records, see page 231-232) 

2. ELSIE MAY* WILLIAMS (John Allen% Daniel Franklin% Thomas 

Jacob' ) 

Born Aug. 14, 1890, in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

Living 1935 in Monessen. Pa. (1151 Graham Avenue). 

MARRIED Jan. 2. 1913. to John Martin Thompson in Greensburgh. Pa. 

His occupation: Metallurgist. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 213 

He was born June 21. 1890, in Melrose, N. Y. 

Living 1935 in Monessen. Pa. (1151 Graham Avenue). 
HIS PARENTS: John and Christine (Jensen) Tliompson. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Hansine Thompson, Unmarried. 

Marline Thompson, husband, Walter Beattie. 

Christine Thompson, husband, William H. Gardner. 

TWO CHILDREN of Elsie May^ (Williams) and John Martin Thompson: 

(1) John Chaliner Thompson 

Born Feb. 24, 1915, in Monessen. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen. Pa. (1151 Graham Avenue). 

(2) Mary Jane Thompson 

Born Sept. 27, 1919. in Monessen, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen, Pa. (1151 Graham Avenue). 

MARRIED June 6, 1934, to Ralph Basil Dawson in Wellsburgh, W. Va. 

His occupation: Steel worker. 

He was born Apr. 1. 1916. in Monessen, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen, Pa. (1151 Graham Avenue). 

HIS PARENTS: William Ross and Olive May (Baldwin) Dawson. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Gerald Carew Dawson, wife, Ina Williams. 

Arline Loretta Dawson, husband, Raymond Runfola. 

Margaret Naomi Dawson, Unmarried. 

William Ross Dawson. Jr. Unmarried. 

CHILDREN: None. 

MARY REBECCA^ WILLIAMS (John Alien, Daniel Franklin% Thomas 
Jacob') 

Born May 14. 1896, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland, 0. (14613 Caldwell Avenue). 
MARRIED Jan. 10, 1925, to James Lewis Green in Wilkinsburg, Pa. 
His occupation: National Carbon Co.. Inc. 
He was born Jan. 11, 1894, in Atwood, Canada. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland, 0. (14613 Caldwell Avenue). 

HIS PARENTS: John Gomer and Eliza Mary (Pelton) Green. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Wilfred Lloyd Green, wife, Irene Corbett. 

ONE CHILD of Mary Rebecca* (Williams) and James Lewis Green: 
Mary Lewis Green 

Born Jan. 13, 1930, in Chicago, 111. 



214 THE BOYD FAMILY 

FIVE CHILDREN OF ELMER SYLVESTERS WILLIAMS AND 
ALICE BARBARA (RHODES) WILLIAMS 

{Sep pntcc 167 ) 

1. MARY EDITH^ WILLIAMS (Elmer Sylvester', Daniel Franklin% Thomas 

Jacob' ) 

Born Mar. 18. 1890. in Smithton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland. 0. 1 1634 East 7olli St., Suite No. 16). 

MARRIED May 28. 1908. to X^'illiani Wilson Logan in Cumberland, Md. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born Aug. 29, 1886, in Madison. Pa. 

He died June 12. 1916. in Akron. O. Buried in Madison, Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: James Ford and Elizabeth (Tarr) Logan. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

John Logan. 

Isaac Logan, wife. Ber\ 1 Parks. 

Margaret Logan, husband. .4rmy Henry. 

Martha Logan. Unmarried. 

Sarali Logan, husband. Robert Eisaman. 

Elizabeth Logan, husband. Earl Cuthbert. 
THREE CHILDREN of Marv Edith' ( Williams l and William Wilson Logan: 

(1) Elmer Harold Logan (3) William Ford Logan 

(2) Alice Elizabeth Logan 

[For their records, see page 233} 
Mary Edith* Williams MARRIED second Sept. 12, 1921. to Lloyd Jackson Beal. 
Thev separated Sept. 1. 1930. 
HIS PARENTS: John G. Beal 
HIS SISTER (no brothers) : 

Hazel Berniece Beal. husband, ^l\ illiain Llovd Sanderson. 
CHILDREN: None. 

2. EMERSON BOYD^ WILLIAMS (Elmer Sylvester, Daniel FranklinS 

Thomas Jacob^ 

Born Sept. 2, 1893. near Smithton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. ( R.F.D. Jl I. 

MARRIED Mar. 17, 1913. to Sarah Emma Albright in Cumberland. Md. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Sept. 20. 1891. near Mt. Pleasant. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. I R.F.D. jfl I. 

HER PARENTS: George Ale.xander and Susan Rebecca I Baker) Albright. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Michael Edward Albright, wife, Florence Hixson. 

Armel Edgar Albright, wife, Mary Etta Collins. 

Adessa Elva Albright, husband, John Zumbro. 

Jacob Emery Albright, wife, Harriet Weddell. 

Joseph Emerson Albright, Unmarried. 

Clarissa Elsie Albright, husband. Lloyd E. Peters. 

Verna Erbie Albright, husband. William Alvin Moguet. 

Twila Edna Albright, husband, William Hixson. 

Georgia Edith Albright, husband. John Fenton. 
FOUR CHILDREN of Emerson Boyd* and Sarah Emma (Albright) Williams: 

(1) Grayce Edna^ Williams 

Born Jan. 11, 1914. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. jfl). 



THE BOYD FAMILY 215 

(2) George Elmer' Williams 

Born June 20. 191G. in West \ewlon. Pa. 

Living 1933 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl). 

(3) Lewis Emerson ' Williams 

Born June 6. 1920. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. #1). 

(4) Owen Edgar' Williams 

Born Dec. 13, 1923. in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jli. 

3. ETHEL CATHERINE^ WILLIAMS (Elmer Sylvester'. Daniel Franklin% 

Thomas Jacob') 

Born Aug. 22. 1895. in Stnithton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jll. 

MARRIED May 8. 1923. to Thomas Brown Troup in \\'p^t Ncwlon. Pa. 

His occupation : Miner. 

He was born Dec. 29. 1898. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. fill. 

HIS PARENTS: John Bert and Henrietta (Brown) Troup. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Jessie May Troup, husband, Ardo Bach. 
Beatrice Troup, Unmarried. 

Millard Troup, wife, Alice Dale^ Williams. 

{See page 216} 

FOUR CHILDREN of Ethel Catherine* (Willianisl and Thomas Brown Troup: 

( 1 ) Meredith Aileen Troup 

Born Apr. 1. 1924, in Greenshurg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jtl ). 

(2) Gloria Jane Troup 

Born Jan. 31. 1927, in Greensburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. jfl). 

(3) Thomas Jewel Troup 

Born Mar. 18. 1930, in Monongahela. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jll. 

(4) Ethel Kathleen Troup 

Born July 13, 1935, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl). 

4. AUREL REBECCA* WILLIAMS (Elmer Sylvester', Daniel Franklin', 

Thomas Jacob') 

Born Apr. 5. 1898. in Smithton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland, 0. (14615 Rainbow Road. S.W.). 

MARRIED Oct. 26. 1918, to Earl Charles Ward in Cleveland, 0. 

Divorced in Cleveland. 0. 

His occupation: Salesman. 

He was born July 5. 1893, in Medina. O. 

Living 1935 in Detroit, Mich. 



216 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Clarence Ward, wife, Alice 

Bessie Ward, husband, Sylvester Ford. 

TWO CHILDREN of Aurel Rebecca^ (Williams) and Earl Charles Ward: 

(1) Elmer Earl Ward 

Born Nov. 4, 1919. in Chicago, 111. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland, 0. (14615 Rainbow Rd., S.W.). 

(2) Rodger Wesley Ward 

Born Aug. 17. 1921. in Cleveland, 0. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland, 0. (14615 Rainbow Rd., S.W.). 
Aurel Rebecca* Williams MARRIED second Aug. 23, 1928. to Lee Sanford May- 

nor in Cleveland, 0. 
He was born Feb. 9. 1902, in Iron City. Decatur County, Ga. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland, 0. (14615 Rainbow Rd.. S.W.). 
His occupation: Milk dealer. 
HIS PARENTS: Luther D. and Marv N. Maynor. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Lacy, Justin C, Fanny B. (husband, Mr. Lowery ) . Fossy B., Anna G., Vera A. 
and Luther V. Maynor. 

ONE CHILD of Aurel Rebecca* (Williams I and Lee Sanford Maynor: 
Roy C. MajTior 

5. ALICE DALE* WILLIAMS (Elmer Sylvester, Daniel Franklin% Thomas 
Jacob') 

Born Oct. 24, 1901, in Smithton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Madison, Pa. 

MARRIED Nov. 3. 1919. to Millard Troup in Cumberland. Md. 

[See page 215) 
His occupation: Miner. 

He was born Apr. 10, 1901. in West Newton. Pa. 
He died June 12, 1928, in West Newton. Pa. Buried there. 
HIS PARENTS: John Bert and Henrietta (Brown) Troup. 

{See page 215) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 215) 

FOUR CHILDREN of Alice Dale* (Williams) and Millard Troup: 

(1) Millard Emerson Troup 

Born Oct. 29, 1920, in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Madison, Pa. 

(2) June Beatrice Troup 

Born June 19. 1922, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Madison, Pa. 

(3) John Elmer Troup 

Born Oct. 28, 1923, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Madison. Pa. 

(4) Maxine Dale Troup 

Born June 30, 1925, in Yukon, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Madison, Pa. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 217 

THREE CHILDREN OF WILLIAM FRANKLIN' WILLIAMS AND 
ELIZABETH DELNORA (HOUGH) WILLIAMS 

[See paiic 167-168) 

1. CHARLEY JOHN^ WILLIAMS (William Franklin , Daniel Franklin , 

Thomas Jacob^ 

Born June 28, 1894. in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen. Pa. (219 Tyrol Pass). 

MARRIED June 22. 1919, to Freda Luella Nedrow in Monessen. Pa. 

His occupation : Mill watchman, Pittsburgh Steel Company. 

She was born June 20, 1900, in Gratztown, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen. Pa. (219 Tyrol Pass). 

HER PARENTS: George Austin and Blanche Edith (Cochenour) Nedrow. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ruth Helen Nedrow, husband. Elmer Ernest Youngsl. 

Charles Edward Nedrow. Unmarried. 

Donald Austin Nedrow, wife. Sylvia Jacobison. 

Vella Loretla Nedrow, husband. Michael Popella. 

ONE CHILD of Charley John' and Freda Luella (Nedrow) Williams: 
Boyd Franklyn'* Williams 
Born Dec. 17. 1920. in Monessen. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen, Pa. (219 Tyrol Pass). 

2. PAULINE LAVINA' WILLIAMS (William Pranklin% Daniel Franklin^, 

Thomas Jacob') 

Born May 10, 1896, in Monessen, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen. Pa. (25 McKee Avenue). 

MARRIED Mar. 4, 1916. to Thomas Albert Underwood in Wellsburg. W. Va. 

His occupation: Page Steel and Wire Company. 

He was born Mar. 16, 1887. in Roscoe, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen. Pa. (25 McKee Avenue). 

HIS PARENTS: Albert Lapp and Nancy (Underwood) Darrah. 

(They were divorced when their boys were quite young, and she had her maiden 
name restored to her by a court order, and also the boys.) 
HIS BROTHER (no sisters) : 

Frederick Perry Underwood, wife, Jean Martin. 

THREE CHILDREN of Pauline Lavina* (Williams) and Thomas Albert Under- 
wood: 

(1) Nancy Elizabeth Underwood 

Born Mar. 3, 1917, in Monessen, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen. Pa. (25 McKee Avenue). 

(2) Jean Ellen Underwood 

Born Oct. 4, 1918, in Monessen, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen. Pa. (25 McKee Avenue). 

(3) Thomas Allan Underwood 

Born Apr. 26, 1921. in Monessen, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen, Pa. (25 McKee Avenue). 



218 THE BOYD FAMILY 

3. GERTRUDE EDNA^ WILLIAMS (William Franklin% Daniel Frankliii% 
Thomas Jacob') 

Born Apr. 1. 1898, in Monongahela. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Donora. Pa. (666 McKean Avenue). 

MARRIED July 17. 1923. to Edgar Oliver Oils in Wellsburg. W. Va. 

His occupation: Clerk. 

He was born Jan. 27. 1897. in Duquesne, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Donora. Pa. 1 666 McKean Avenue ) . 
HIS PARENTS: Ewing and Adele Jeanette (Lucus) Dils. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ethel May Dils. husband. Albert Coughenour. 

Arthur Orpheus Dils, wife, Byrda McBey. 

Lee Anna Ellen Dils. husband, Palmer Charles Welter. 

ONE CHILD of Gertrude Edna* (Williams! and Edgar Oliver Dils: 
Elizabeth Joan Dils 

Born Jan. 13. 1925. in Monessen, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Donora, Pa. (666 McKean Avenue). 

FOUR CHILDREN OF THOMAS ALVIN' WILLIAMS AND 
NORA ARIZONA (SCOTT) WILLIAMS 

(5ee paiie 168) 

1. MARY EDNA* WILLIAMS (Thomas Alvin% Daniel Franklin% Thomas 
Jacob' ) 

Born May 19, 1895. in Cowansburg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. I General DelivervK 

MARRIED Feb. 1, 1919. to Viilliam R. Smith in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Jan. 8. 1896, in Morgantown. W. \'a. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (General Delivery). 

HIS PARENTS: John Newton and Christie Ann (Simpson I Smith. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Lewis L. Smith. Unmarried. 

Laura May Smith, husband, R. J. Duncan. 

Oliver Perry Smith. Unmarried. 

Virginia Dare Sniitli, Unmarried. 

Ruth Smith, husband, Thomas Howard Hunter. 

Christie Ann Smith, husband, John Ralph Glickler. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Mary Edna* (Williams) and William R. Smith: 

(1) Thomas William Smith 

Born Feb. 4. 1921. in Irwin. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (General Delivery). 

(2) Christie Ann Smith 

Born Jan. 28. 1923, in Irwin. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (General Delivery). 

(3) Mary Edna Smith 

Born Sept. 14, 1924. in Irwin. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (General Delivery). 



THE BOYD FAMILY 219 

(4) William R. Smith, Jr. 

Born Sept. 15. 1927. in Irwin. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (General Delivery). 

2. PEARL LYDIA* WILLIAMS (Thomas Alvin% Daniel Franklin% Thomas 

Jacob') 

Born Sept. 20. 1897, in Madison, Pa. 

Living 1935 in North Bessemer. Pa. 

MARRIED Nov. 2, 1916. to Richard E. Malonp in W. Va. 

His occupation: Assistant mine foreman. 

He was born May 1. 1896. in Summerhill. Pa. 

Living 1935 in North Bessemer. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Patrick Joseph and Harriet I Cliarlesworth I Malone. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Mary Ann Malone. husband, Charles Gilbert. 

Edward Malone, Unmarried. 

James Malone, wife. Linnie Genuine. 

Katherine Malone. husband, Charles McKelvey. 

William Lawrence Malone, wife, Goldie May Baine. 

Francis Malone, wife. Rose Durantier. 

Laura Malone. husband, Marino Gondean. 

Emmet Malone, wife, Kathryn Margaret Railingshafer. 

Pearl Edna Malone, husband, Charles Christian Railingshafer. 

Bertha Susan Malone, husband. Charles Molisie. 

Mildred Carrie Malone, husband. Carl Carlson. 

Laura Malone. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Pearl Lydia^ (Williams) and Richard E. Malone: 

(1) Iva Lucille Malone 

Born and died Jan. 28. 1918, in Versailles. Pa. 

(2) Oma Irene Malone 

(Twin to Alma Marie. I 
Born Jan. 15. 1919, in Versailles, Pa. 

Living 1935 in North Bessemer. Pa. 

(3) Alma Marie Malone 

(Twin to Oma Irene. I 
Born Jan. 15, 1919. in Versailles, Pa. 

Living 1935 in North Bessemer. Pa. 

(4) Ruth Elizabeth Malone 

Born Jan. 22. 1921. in Renton. Pel. 

Living 1935 in North Bessemer. Pa. 

(5) Carole Jean Malone 

Born July 10. 1934, in North Bessemer. Pa. 

Living 1935 in North Bessemer. Pa. 

3. ELIZABETH BELLE^ WILLIAMS (Thomas .4lvin , Daniel FranUin% 

Thomas Jacob') 

Born May 27, 1900, in Madison. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Derry, Pa. 

MARRIED to John Eugene Shabella in Latrobe. Pa. 

His occupation : Farmer. 



220 THE BOYD FAMILY 

He was born June 16. 1900. in Latrobe. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Derry. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Michael and Barbara I Korzak I Shabella. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Paul Martin Shabella. 

Anna Pearl Shabella. husband. Richard K. Brindle. 

Frank Charles Shabella. wife. Mary Ellen Bridge. 

Mary Barbara Shabella. husband, Tony Gondek. 
Mike Anthony Shabella. 
Josephine Martha Shabella, 
Barbara Kathryn Shabella, 
Joseph Shabella. 

Edward Joseph Shabella. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Elizabeth Belle^ (Williams I and John Eugene Shabella: 

(1) John Thomas Shabella 

Born June 16. 1923, in Latrobe. Pa. 

(2) Pearl Elizabeth Shabella 

Born Apr. 1, 1925. in Pleasant Unity. Pa. 

(3) Dora Louise Shabella 

Born Jan. 17. 1927. in Latrobe. Pa. 

(4) Eva Lucille Shabella 

Born Sept. 10. 1929. in BlairsviUe. Pa. 

(5) Michael J. Shabella 
Born Nov. 2, 1932. 

4. ARTHUR BRYAN^ WILLL4MS (Thomas Alvin% Daniel Franklin% 
Thomas Jacob') 

Born July 4. 1905, in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Dawson. Pa. IR.F.D. $1, Box 60). 

MARRIED July 12, 1933. to Ora May King in Cumberland, Md. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Nov. 22. 1915. in Dawson, Pa. (R.F.D.). 

Living 1935 in Dawson, Pa. (R.F.D. $1. Box 60). 

HER PARENTS: Grover Cleveland and Pearl Violet (Fulmer) King. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ausburn Ramond King, wife, Gertrude Sarah Richie. 

Randel King. wife. Dernadine Elizabeth Becker. 

Helen Marie King. I nniarried. 

Viola King. Lhimarried. 

ONE CHILD of Arthur Bryan^ and Ora May (King) Williams: 
Emma Gean'' Williams 
Born Sept. 24, 1934. in Dawson, Pa. I R.F.D. ). 

Living 1935 in Dawson. Pa. (R.F.D.). 



THE BOYD FAMILY 221 

ELEVEN CHILDREN OF DAVID HUNTER' WILLIAMS AND 
MARGARET COOPER (DENNICK) WILLIAMS 

{Sec page 168-169) 

1. DANIEL FISCUS^ WILLIAMS (David Hunter\ Daniel Franklin% Thomas 

Jacob' ) 

Born Nov. 9, 1894, near West Newton. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Kennerdell. Venango County. Pa. (R.F.D. $2). 
MARRIED Aug. 14. 1917, to Edith Mae Long in Vincent. Md. 
Divorced Feb. 12, 1925. in Greensburg, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
His occupation: Coal miner. 
She was born May 1, 1897. in Irwin, Pa. 

Living 1935 

HER PARENTS: David and Ida Mae (Trout) Long. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Lawrence Earl Long. Unmarried. 
Thon Georga Long, Unmarried. 
Ruth Eva Long. L^nmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Daniel Fiscus* and Edith Mae (Long! Williams: 
Lawrence Earl'' Williams 
Born Dec. 18, 1923, in Russdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 
Daniel Fiscus* Williams MARRIED second Nov. 5, 1927. to Betty Lee Blake in 

Downs, Kan. 
She was born Jan. 4, 1896, in Troy. Kan. 

Living 1935 in Kennerdell, Venango County. Pa. (R.F.D. J2). 
HER PARENTS: Jerome Clay den and Sadie Jane (Zentz) Blake. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Willard Blake. 

Julius Clayden Blake, wife. Mary Josephine Demphy. 

" Helen Margaret Blake, husband, Thomas Albert Duff. 

Francis Myrtle Blake, wife, Eloise Madeline Gaston. 

Jesse Edward Blake, wife, Garnet Ophelia Wolf. 

Ezra Thomas Blake, wife, Edna Mae Howe. 

THREE CHILDREN of Daniel Fiscus^ and Betty Lee (Blake I Williams: 

(1) Leland Russell'' Williams 

Born Oct. 12, 1928, in Arona, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Kennerdell, Pa. (R.F.D. fl}. 

(2) Eldean Chester' Williams 

Born Jan. 16. 1930, in Cabot. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Kennerdell, Pa. (R.F.D. $2). 

(3) June Iris'^ Williams 

Born June 19, 1934. in Kennerdell. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Kennerdell. Pa. (R.F.D. }2). 

2. ANNIE MAY^ WILLIAMS (David Hunter\ Daniel Franklin% Thomas 

Jacob' ) 

Born Feb. 28. 1896, near West Newlon. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Lash, Pa. (Box 15). 

MARRIED Nov. 4, 1915, to Charles Henry Hildenbrand in Cumberland Town- 
ship, Westmoreland County. Pa. 



222 THE BOYD FAMILY 

He was born Aug. 31. 1892. in Cowansburg. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Lash, Pa. (Box 15). 

HIS PARENTS: Julius Fredrick and Alice Victoria (Lash) Hildenbrand. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Clyde Hildenbrand. wife. Elizabeth Pore. 

James Taylor Hildenbrand. Unmarried. 

Harrv Kramer Hildenbrand. wife. Martha Jellison. 

Franklin Hildenbrand. wife. Hazel Rebecca Taylor. 

Fredrick Hildenbrand. wife. Winnet Williams. 

X^'ilfred Hildenbrand. Unmarried. 

Leonard Hildenbrand. Unmarried. 

Bernard Hildenbrand, Unmarried. 

Mary Hildenbrand. Unmarried. 

Daisy Hildenbrand. husband. Thomas Cameron. 

Alice Victoria Hildenbrand. husband. Joseph Rorthner. 
Grace Hildenbrand. husband. Leroy Greenawalt. 

Marjorie Irene Hildenbrand. Unmarried. 

Helen Hildenbrand. 

Minnie Hildenbrand. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Annie Ma\ ' (Williamsl and Charles Henry Hildenbrand: 

(1) Margaret Elizabeth Hildenbrand 

Born May 31. 1916. in Cowansburg. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Lash. Pa. (Box 15 1. 
UNMARRIED. 

(2) David Charles Hildenbrand 

Born Mar. 10. 1919. in Cowansburg. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Lash. Pa. I Box 15 1. 

(3) James Edward Hildenbrand 

Born May 23, 1920. in Cowansburg. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Lash. Pa. (Box 15). 

(4) Russel Eugene Hildenbrand 

Born Jan. 17. 1927. in Cowansburg. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Lash. Pa. (Box 15). 

3. LAURA BELLE^ WILLL\1VIS (David Hunter. Daniel Franklin^ Thomas 
Jaeob' ) 

Born Jan. 1. 1898. near West Newton. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in McClellandtown. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl, Box 99, c/o Hoover Farm). 

MARRIED Nov. 30, 1922. to Harr\ Sherrick Loucks in Waltz, Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Feb. 15. 1888. near RufFsdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in McClellandtown. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl. Box 99. c o Hoover Farm). 
HIS PARENTS: Wesley Alexander and Arabelle Mary ( Sherrick I Loucks. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Benjamin Clarence Loucks. 

Mar) Elizabeth Loucks. husband. Samuel Clarence Kelly. 

John William Loucks, wife. Harriet Leisure. 

Franklin Bryan Loucks, wife. Bertha Tully. 

Laura Rose Loucks, husband. William Wesley Latta. 

Juliette Amelia Loucks, husband. Charles Franklin Hunker. 

George Jacob Loucks. wife, Marv .'Mice Brooks. 



THE BOYD FAM1L\ 223 

ONE CHILD of Eauni Hell.'' iWillimii-l and Hai rv Slinilck Eoucks: 
Daniel Edward Loucks 
Born Aug. 11. 1917. near Slianor. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (R.F.D. J4, c o George Fiinki. 

4. THOMAS HENRY^ WILLIAMS (David Ilunter , Daniel Franklin, 

Thomas Jacob') 

Born Aug. 26. 1899. near Wesl \ewlon. Westinorelaiid Counlv. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Lash. Pa. (Box 18). 

MARRIED Jan. 15. 1926. to Bertha May Alhriglit, 

She was horn Feh. 18, 1897. in Greenshurg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in La.^li. Pa. (Box 18). 

HER PARENTS: Jacoh and Margaret Jump iWellsl Mhrighl. Sr. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Elsie Katherine Alhright. hushand. Mailin Andrew Peterson. 

Anna Almeir Alhright. hushand. John Joseph Jury. 

Sara Ellen Albright. 

Mary Jane Albright, husband, ("lyde Burge. 

Jacoh Albright. Jr.. wife, Naomi Campbell. 

William Richard Albright. Ciimarried. 

Alice Marie Albright. 

Smiley Wells Albright, 

Donald Edwin Albright, 
CHILDREN: None. 

5. MARGARET VIOLA^ WILLIAMS (David Ilunter , Daniel FrankHn% 

Thomas Jacob') 

Born June 1. 1901, near West Newton. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Mayfield Heights Village. 0. (P.O.. South Euclid. O.. R.F.D.) . 
MARRIED Aug. 8, 1923. to Bruce Alvin Gurney in Cleveland. O. 
His occupation: Salesman, 0. A. Dean Dairv Company. 
He was born Jan. 6. 1888. in Tiffin. O. 

Living 1935 in Mavfield Heights Village. O. I P.O.. South Euclid. ().. R.F.D. I. 
HIS PARENTS: Alvin Theodore and^Emma Ella (Gifford) Gurney. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Viola Sarah Gurney. husband. Leon (Mayton Philips. 

Novonna Mary Gurney. husband. Joseph Patrick Mulligan. 

TWO CHILDREN of Margaret ^'iola' (Williams I and Bruce Mvin Gurnev: 

(1) Bruce Alvin Gurney, Jr. 

Born May 27. 1928. in Cleveland. 0. 

Living 1935 in Mavfield lleiglus Xillage. 0. (P.O.. South Euclid. 0., 
R.F.D.). 

(2) Benjamin Edwin (iurney 

Born Jan. 17. 1930. in Cleveland. 0. 

Living 1935 in Mavfield IIeigh('- \ illagc. O. (P.O.. South Euclid, 0., 
R.F.D.). 

6. POLLY CATHERINE' WILLIAMS (David Hunler . Daniel Franklin% 

Thomas Jacob') 

Born Jan. 28. 1903. near West Newton. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Bunola. Pa. iBox 184). 

MARRIED June 15. 1922. to Charles Andrew Fleece in Cleveland. 0. 



224 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Divorced June 14, 1934. 

He was born Mar. 23, 1901, near Belle Center. 0. 

Living 1935 in Kenton, 0. 

HIS PARENTS: Albert J. and Rose Ann (Shafer) Fleece. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Mary Elizabeth Fleece, 

Rachel Agnes Fleece, husband. Mr. Hites. 

Mildred lona Fleece, husband. Ernest Loyal Kindle. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Polly Catherine^ (Williams) and Charles Andrew Fleece: 

(1) Albert Eugene Fleece 

Born Jan. 26. 1924. near Belle Center, Hardin County. 0. 

(2) Clinton Raymond Fleece 

Born June 9. 1926. near Belle Center. Hardin County. 0. 

(3) Dorothy Irene Fleece 

Born July 17. 1927. near Belle Center. Hardin County. O. 

(4) Ida Rose Fleece 

Born Sept. 1. 1929. near Belle Center. Hardin County. 0. 

7. REBECCA IRENE^ WILLIAMS (David Hunter\ Daniel FranklinS 
Thomas Jacob^ 

Born Nov. 18, 1904, near West Newton. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (R.F.D. $4). 

MARRIED Jan. 16. 1921. to Jacob Arthur Piovesan in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

He was born Apr. 26, 1892, near Lash. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (R.F.D. J4). 

HIS PARENTS: Jacob and Mary (Leahrl Piovesan. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Joseph Piovesan. wife. Margaret Sarsfield. 

John Piovesan. wife. Bertha Kelly. 

Theresa Marie Piovesan. Unmarried. 

Thomas Piovesan. wife, Katherine Frederick. 

Lanks Angelo Piovesan. wife. Alice Vankirk. 

Charles Piovesan, wife. Ollie Louise Hunkle. 

Harry Piovesan. wife, Adelle Louise Fullerton. 

Anna Mary Piovesan, Unmarried. 

Edward Piovesan, wife, Blanche Thompson. 

Frederick Piovesan. wife. Alice Holderbaum. 

Viola Piovesan. husband. Glenn Carroll. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Rebecca Irene^ (Williams) and Jacob Arthur Piovesan: 

(1) Jacob .\rthur Piovesan, Jr. 

Born July 17, 1924. near Shaner, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (R.F.D. $4). 

(2) Clyde Harland Piovesan 

Born Sept. 6. 1926, near Shaner, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (R.F.D. #4). 

(3) Thelma Gladys Piovesan 

Born Mar. 7. 1928, near Shaner. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin, Pa. (R.F.D. |4). . 



THE BOYD FAMILY 225 

(4) Leonard Alvin Piovesan 

Born June 22, 1933. near Slianer, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Irwin. Pa. (R.F.D. ^4.) . 

8. DAVID CLARENCE^ WILLIAMS (David Hunter, Daniel Franklin^ 

Thomas Jacob') 

Born May 20. 1906. near West Newton. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Bunola. Pa. 

MARRIED Dec. 29, 1932. to Stephine Agnes Fetchen. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Apr. 6. 1909. in Bunola. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Bunola. Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Andy and Mary (Allfalter) Fetchen. 

(Living 1935 in Bunola, Pa.) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Sophie Fetchen. husband, John Salka. 

Josephine Fetchen. 

John Frank Fetchen, 

Stanley Peter Fetchen, 

Katherine Bertha Fetchen. husband, Loyal Dobson. 

George Walter Fetchen, 

Peter James Fetchen. 

Mike Joseph Fetchen. 

ONE CHILD of David Clarence'' and Stephine Agnes (Fetchen) Williams: 
David Clarence'' Williamg, Jr. 

9. JACOB OMAR^ WILLIAMS (David Hunter , Daniel Franklin', Thomas 

Jacob' ) 
Born Jan. 11. 1909, near West Newton. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Bunola. Pa. (Box 184.) 
UNMARRIED. 

10. WILLIAM W.^ WILLIAMS (David Hunter . Daniel Franklin % Thomas 

Jacob' ) 

Born Apr. 16, 1914. near West Newton. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Bunola, Pa. (Box 184.) 
UNMARRIED. 

ll.FLORENCE ELSIE^ WILLIAMS (David Hunter', Daniel Franklin% 
Thomas Jacob') 

Born Mar. 25. 1917, near West Newton, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Bunola. Pa. (Box 184.) 
UNMARRIED. 



226 ■ THE BOYD FAMILY 

FIVE CHILDREN OF MARY EDNA' (WILLIAMS) AND 
CLARENCE WELTY MACBETH 

[See page 169-170) 

1. RUTH ESTHER MACBETH 

Born Mar. 23. 1905. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wadsworth. 0. (267 S. Boulevard). 

MARRIED June 18. 1927. to Walter Trevenen Vellenoweth in Greenville, Pa. 

His occupation: Artist. Ohio Match Company. Wadsworth, 0. 

He was born Mar. 14. 1895, in Perranuthnoe. Marazion, Cornwall. England. 

Living 1935 in Wadsworth. 0. (267 S. Boulevard). 

HIS PARENTS: William and Mary Trevenen (Rowe) Vellenoweth. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

William Vellenoweth, wife. Alison Cooke. 

Samuel Vellenoweth, wife. Alice Ede. 

May Vellenoweth, husband. Joseph Herbert Rodda. 

George Vellenoweth. wife. Kate Trenibath. 

Richard John Vellenoweth, wife. Susan Emily Jenkin. 

Thomas Vellenoweth, Unmarried. 

Reginald Vellenoweth, wife. Emma Ruth Beitzel. 

CHILDREN: None. 

2. EVA MAY MACBETH 

Born Mar. TO. 1907. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Deerfield. 0. 

MARRIED May 25, 1929, to Earl George Miller in Barberton. 0. Divorced. 

His occupation : Greyhound Bus Line. 

He was born June 28, 1905. in Akron, 0. 

Living 1935 in Akron. 0. (678 Payne Avenue). 
HIS PARENTS: Jake and Martha Miller. 

ONE CHILD of Eva May Macbeth and Earl George Miller: 
Priscilla Mae Miller 

Born Oct. 18. 1930, in Akron. 0. 

Living 1935 in Barberton, 0. (706 Orchard Avenue). 
Eva May Macbeth MARRIED second to William Homer Tedrow. 

3. GLADYS REBECCA MACBETH 

Born May 4. 1910. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Washington. D. C. ( 1830 K. Street. N.W.). 
Her occupation: Switch board operator (civil service). 
UNMARRIED. 

4. CLARENCE BOYD MACBETH 

Born Sept. 19, 1912, in Akron, 0. 

Living 1935 in Deerfield, 0. (R.F.D.). 

His occupation : Clerical. B & W. Barberton. 0. 

UNMARRIED. 

5. MILDRED MARIE MACBETH 

Born July 28, 1917. in Akron, 0. 

Living 1935 in Deerfield, 0. (R.F.D.). 
UNMARRIED. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 227 

THREE CHILDREN OF MARY ELIZABETH (NICHOLLS) 
PAINTER AND EDWARD LEE PAINTER 

(See page 175) 

1. JAMES STAINLEY PAINTER 

Born Mar. 19. 1903, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Milesburg. Center County, Pa. 

MARRIED June 17. 1924, to Dorothy Ann Jones in West Newton. Pa. 

His occupation : Employed by West Pennsylvania Electric. 

She was born June 14, 1902, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Milesburg. Center County. Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Thomas M. and Mary Ellen (Nichols) Jones. 
HER GRANDPARENTS: John and Georgia Ann (Loop) Nichols. 
HER GREAT-GRANDPARENTS: Henry and Mary Ann Loop. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Elva Marie Jones, husband, Frank LeRoy Vogel. 
Marjorie Jones, husband, Philip Jacob Rouse. 
Flora May Jones, husband. Wilbur Thonia,"^ McGrew. 

NOTE: McGrew Lineage: Archie B.' and Hanna (Case) McGrew, Samuel Wil- 
bur' and Sarah jane (Ingles) McGrew, Archie Wilbur' and Clmrlotte Hay 
(White) McGrew, Wilbur Thomas' and Flora May (Jones) McGrew. 
(Apparently this is a different family from the one whose lineage is given 
in this book, page 276-284.) 

THREE CHILDREN of James Stanley and Dorothy Ann I Jones) Painter: 

(1) Patricia Jane Painter 

Born Sept. 9, 1925. in Belle Vernon, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Milesburg, Pa. 

(2) Betty Lee Painter 

Born June 27. 1927. in Belle Vernon, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Milesburg, Pa. 

(3) Thomas Morris Painter 

Born Nov. 3, 1928, in Belle Vernon. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Milesburg, Pa. 

2. EDWARD MORRIS PAINTER 

Born Jan. 9, 1906, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (Box 5521. 
UNMARRIED. 

3. VIRGINIA PAINTER 

Born Aug. 7, 1908, in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (7.59 Highland Avenue). 

MARRIED Dec. 25, 1931. to Harry Franklin Keefner in Greensburg. Pa. 

His occupation: Clerk. 

He was born Apr. 12. 1902. in Greensburg. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greensburg, Pa. (759 Highland Avenue). 

HIS PARENTS: Adam Jacob and Gertrude Elizabeth (Lopes) Keefner. 



228 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Alma Marie Keefner, Unmarried. 

Mary Lucetta Keefner, Unmarried. 

Betty Jean Keefner. Unmarried. 

James Richard Keefner, Unmarried. 

Earl Jacob Keefner. Unmarried. 

Samuel Paul Keefner, Unmarried. 

Charles Henry Keefner, Unmarried. 

Ralph Edward Keefner. wife, Lula Amelia Henderson. 

John William Keefner. Unmarried. 

ONE CHILD of Virginia I Painter i and Harry Franklin Keefner: 
Virginia Lee Keefner 
Born Oct. 15. 1932, in Greensburg. Pa. 

Living 193.5 in Greensburg. Pa. 



EIGHT CHILDREN OF DAVID L. HUNTER AND 
EDITH BOYD (MARKLE) HUNTER 

[See page 152 and 176} 

WILLIAM LLOYD HUNTER 

Born Sept. 13. 1895, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 

MARRIED Mar. 22. 1919. to Helen Odella' Bovd in West Newton. Pa. 

(5ee page 183-184) 
HER PARENTS: John Franklin" and Lydia Delnora (Keefer) Boyd. 

(5ee page 115-116) 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

( See page 182-184 I 

TWO CHILDREN of William Lloyd and Helen Odella^ I Boyd I Hunter: 

(1) William Lloyd Hunter 

Born Dec. 22. 1923. in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

(2) Robert Earle Hunter 

Born Sept. 7. 1926, in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

FLORENCE ELIZABETH HUNTER 

Born Sept. 11, 1897, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland. County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano. Pa. ( Box 226 ) . 

MARRIED Apr. 18, 1917, to Charles Edward Downey in Cumberland, Md. 

His occupation: Clerk, Youghiogheny & Ohio Coal Co. 

He was born Jan. 24, 1893, in Snowden. Allegheny County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano, Pa. (Box 226). 

HIS PARENTS: William George and Laura Alice (Kirkland) Downey. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Ida Elsie Downey. husband, George Mahood. 

Olive Marie Downey, husband. Leonard Lees. 

William George Downey, Jr. wife, Ruth Dunmire. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Florence Elizabeth I Hunter) and Charles Edward Downey: 
(1) Marjorie Grayce Downey 

Born Feb. 13, 1918. in Wyano. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano. Pa. (Box 226). 



THE BOYD FAMILY 229 

(2) Charles Edward Downey, Jr. 

Born Oct. 8. 1919. in Wyano, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano, Pa. (Box 226). 

(3) William David Downey. 

Born Sept. 13, 1924, in Wyano, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano. Pa. (Box 2261. 

(4) Harold Richie Downey 

Born July 15. 1929, in Wyano, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano. Pa. (Box 226). 

3. GEORGE BOYD HUNTER 

Born Aug. 17. 1899, in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

Living 1935 in Waynesburg. Pa. (721 College Street). 

MARRIED Aug. 17, 1929, to Evelyn Mae Miller in New Salem, Pa. 

His occupation: DeLaval salesman. 

She was born Aug. 17, 1905. in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Waynesburg. Pa. (721 College Street). 

HER PARENTS: John George and Ida Mae (Bowlin) Miller. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Edgar Casper Miller, Unmarried. 

George Lioniel Miller, Unmarried. 

Dorothea Augusta Miller, husband, Alvan Custer Thomas. 

Ruth Elma Miller, Unmarried. 

Jack Kenneth Miller, Unmarried. 

TWO CHILDREN of George Boyd and Evelyn Mae (Miller) Hunter: 

(1) John George Hunter 

Born Mar. 20, 1931. in Waynesburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Waynesburg. Pa. (721 College Street). 

(2) Evelyn Faye Hunter 

Born May 8, 1934, in Waynesburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Waynesburg, Pa. (721 College Street I. 

4. MILDRED MAY HUNTER 

Born Nov. 12, 1901, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monongahela. Pa. (1115 West Main Street). 
MARRIED Aug. 11, 1923, to George Tarr in Cumberland. Md. 
His occupation: Machinist. Pennsylvania Railroad. 
He was born June 5, 1904. in Tarr Station, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monongahela, Pa. (1115 West Main Street). 
HIS PARENTS: George and Nora (Moore) Tarr. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Comzie Tarr, husband, Louis Bell. 

Frank Collins Tarr, wife, Ruth Robinson. 

CHILDREN: None. 

5. MABEL EDITH HUNTER 

Born Feb. 28, 1904, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in McKeesport, Pa. (1416 Carnegie Avenue). 
MARRIED July 6, 1927, to Irvin Reedie Manning in Franklin. Pa. 
His occupation: Savage Meat Market. 



230 THE BOYD FAMILY 

He was born July 28. 1902. in Sliaron. Pa. 

HIS PAREiMS: John and Margaret Monroe I Keedie I Manning. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Bessie Cree Manning, husband. James Savage. 

Russell William Manning, wife. Elsie Gertrude Brinkman. 

ONE CHILD of Mabel Edith (Hunter) and Irvin Reedie Manning: 
Robert De Wayne Manning 
Born Dec. 17. 1929. in McKeesport. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Greenack, Pa. 

6. EMMA ALICE HUNTER 

Born Apr. 10, 1906, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano, Pa. 

MARRIED July 6. 1927. to Burrell LeRoy Curry in Somerset. Pa. 

His occupation: Y. & 0. Coal Company. 

He was born Sept. 27. 1905. in Irwin. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano, Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: George B. and Ida (Barton) Curry. 

' HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Eleanor Rhoda Curr) . husband. Joe Neal. 

Charles Howard Curry, wife, Mary Booley. 

George Arnold Curry, wife. Hazel Wisser. 

ONE CHILD of Emma Alice (Hunter) and Burrell LeRoy Curry: 
Mona Lee Curry 
Born Sept. 8. 1929. in \S'>ano. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Wyano. Pa. 

7. MARGARET RUTH HUNTER 

Born July 20. 1909. in South Hiuilingdon Townsiiip. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. #1 I. 

MARRIED June 1, 1932. to Delray Bennett McPhatter in Irwin, Pa. 
His occupation: Principal of South Huntingdon Township High School. 
He was born May 27. 1907, in Berwyn, Md. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jfll. 

HIS PARENTS: William Scott and Agnes Martin ( Bierman ) McPhatter. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Wilma Loree McPhatter. husband. Warren L. Freshour. 

ONE CHILD of Margaret Ruth (Hunter) and Delray Bennett McPhatter: 
Donald Bennett McPhatter 

Born Oct. 20. 1934. in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. $1). 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. jfl •• 

8. DAVID BENNETT HUNTER 

Born May 23, 1916, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland Coimty, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. p ). 

MARRIED May 11. 1935, to Blanche \ iola Lancaster in Cumberland. Md. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born June 11. 1915. in Jacobs Creek. Pa. 

HER PARENTS: George Washington and Etta ( Stuchal I Lancaster. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 231 



HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Kathleen Lancaster, husband, Edward \V. Mahiiic. 

Pearle Lancaster, husband. Marion L. Forsvthe. 
CHILDREN: None. 



TEN CHILDREN OF DAISY PEARL' (WILLIAMS) DURSTINE 
AND ARTHUR CHESTER DURSTINE 

(See paiie 212) 

1. ABRAHAM ANDREW DURSTINE 

Born May 13. 1906. in Scottdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Webster, Pa. 
UNMARRIED. 

2. WILLIAM FRANKLIN DURSTINE 

Born Mar. 8, 1908. in Scottdale. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Champion. Pa. 

MARRIED Apr. 6. 1932. to Emma Grace BIystone in Cumberland, Md. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Fel). 26. 1914. in Old Belhany. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Champion. Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Walter Cope and Anna Elhel (Shrum) Blvstone. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Wilbert Lee. Raymond Reed, James Gridith, Alfred Shrum. Ernest Arthur, 

Robert Pershing. Paul McMahon. Mary Elizabeth. Thelnia Ruth. Edna May 

and Eva Jean BIystone. (They are all unmarried.) 

TWO CHILDREN of William Franklin and Emma Grace (BIystone) Durstine: 

(1) William Artliur Durstine 

Born Oct. 20, 1932. in Champion. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Champion. Pa. 

(2) Wilina Jean Durstine 

Born July 18, 193 1, in Champion, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Champion. Pa. 

3. MAGGIE MAZIE DURSTINE 

Born Apr. 17. 1910, in Scottdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Geistown, Pa. 

MARRIED Dec. 15. 1928, to Russell Kenneth Lambert in Johnstown. Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Apr. 17, . in Somerset County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Geistown. Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Russell and Bessie Lambert. 

TWO CHILDREN of Maggie Mazie (Durstine) and Russell Kenneth Lambert: 

(1) Marian Ruth Lambert 

Born Nov. 14, . in Somerset County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Geistown. Pa. 

(2) Russell James Lambert 

Born May 19, , in Somerset County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Geistown. Pa. 



232 THE BOYD FAMILY 

4. DOROTHY ELIZABETH DURSTINE 

Born July 29. 1912. in New Stanton. Pa. 

Living 1935 

MARRIED to Charles Ernest Rogers. 

His occupation: Baker. 

He was born Dec. 21, 1911. in Johnstown. Pa. 

Living 1935 

HIS PARENTS: Ernest LeRoy and Marie iRohort) Rogers. 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
Bertha Marie Rogers, Unmarried. 
George Edward Rogers. Unmarried. 

THREE CHILDREN of Dorothy Elizabeth (Durstine) and Charles Ernest Rogers: 

(1) Buddy Charles Rogers 

Living 1935 

(2) Ernest LeRoy Rogers 

Living 1935 

(3) Janet Pearl Rogers 

Living 1935 

5. JOSEPH PATRICK DURSTINE 

Born Mar. 17, 1915. in New Stanton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Champion, Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 

6. DAISY ANN DURSTINE 

Born May 27, 1917. in New Stanton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Champion, Pa. 

7. ELSIE MAE DURSTINE 

Born Aug. 2, 1919. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Champion, Pa. 

8. BOYD EMERSON DURSTINE 

Born Jan. 27, 1921. in \^'est Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Champion, Pa. 

9. OLIVE LOUISE DURSTINE 

(Twin to Jack Wilson.) 
Born July 13, 1924. in Ruffsdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Champion, Pa. 

lO.JACK WILSON DURSTINE 

(Twin to Olive Louise.) 
Born July 13. 1924, in Ruffsdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Champion, Pa. 



THE BOYD FAMILY 233 

THREE CHILDREN OF MARY EDITH' (WILLIAMS) LOGAN AND 
WILLIAM WILSON LOGAN 

(See page 214) 

1. ELMER HAROLD LOGAN 

Born Mar. 16. 1909, in Greensburg, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland. 0. (7615 Lexington Avenue). 
MARRIED Nov. 4. 1930. to Emma Sofia Schuster in Cleveland, 0. 
She was born Mar. 11. 1913, in New Castle, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland. O. (7615 Lexington Avenue I. 
HER PARENTS: Michael and Mary (ThellmanI Schuster. 

(He married first to Mary Weber.) 
HER BROTHER (no sisters) : 

Frederick George Schuster, wife, Lilly Bieltz. 
HER STEP-BROTHER AND STEP-SISTER: 

Michael Joseph Weber, wife, Jessie Roberta Barnes. 

Mary Catherine Weber, husband, John George Fleischer. 
CHILDREN: None. 

2. AUCE ELIZABETH LOGAN 

Born Oct. 6, 1912, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland. 0. ( 1634 East 78th Street). 
UNMARRIED. 

3. WILLIAM FORD LOGAN 

Born Oct. 6, 1914, in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland. 0. (1243 East 105th Street). 

MARRIED May 19, 1934, to Elizabeth Lucille Chambal in Cleveland, 0. 

She was born Oct. 19, 1907. in Cleveland. 0. She was an orphan. 

Living 1935 in Cleveland, 0. (1243 East 105th Street). 
HER PARENTS: Louis and Anna Chambal. 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Louis Chambal. Unmarried. 

Mathilda Anna Chambal, husband, William Plank. 

ONE CHILD (adopted) of William Ford and Elizabeth Lucille (Chambal) 
Logan: 

Stanley Ford (Zahurak) Logan 

Elizabeth Lucille Chambal MARRIED first to George Zahurak. Divorced. 
ONE CHILD of Elizabeth Lucille (Chambal) and George Zahurak: 
Stanley Ford Zahurak 

(He has been adopted by William Ford Logan.) 



234 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE BELL FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. WILLIAM' BELL, The Immigrant. 

Came from Northern Ireland about 1710 and settled in Cumberland Valley. Pa. 
MARRIED to Miss Jacks 
HER PARENTS: John Jacks 
CHILDREN of William' and Miss (Jacks) Bell: 
WILLIAM^ BELL 

(See Second Generation, page 234) 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. WILLIAM^ BELL (William) 

Born in Cumberland Valley, Pa. 

Died in Derry Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

MARRIED to Rosanna Bell (no relative). 

CHILDREN of William^ and Rosanna (Belli Bell: 

(1) William^ Bell 

Born 1782. in Shippensburg, Franklin County. Pa. 
Died Aug. 7, 1839. 
His occupation: Cabinet maker. 

Removed to Westmoreland County. Pa., from Franklin County with his 
brother, Walter'. 

(2) WALTERS BELL 

{See Third Generation, page 234) 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. WALTER BELL (William, William) 

Born 1783 in Shippensburg, Franklin County. Pa. 

Died Aug. 12. 1868. in Bells Mill. South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 

County, Pa. Buried in Sewickley Church Cemeterv. near West Newton, Pa. 
MARRIED in 1815 to Mary^ (Polly) Finley. 

{See Finley Family, page 247) 
They removed to Westmoreland County, Pa., from Franklin County. Pa. 
She was born Aug. 5, 1793, near Port Royal. South Huntingdon Township, West- 
moreland County, Pa., in a log house, which later was the residence of Henry 
Sherbondy. who still owns the farm in 1935. The old house was taken down 
in 1934. 
She died Dec. 26, 1868, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, 

Pa. Buried in Sewickley Church Cemetery near West Newton, Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Andrew^ and Jane (Jack) Finley. 

{See Finley Family, page 246-247) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Capt. John*. Martha*, Eleanor*, Jenny'. James B.', Andrew^ and Nancy* Finley. 
(5ee Finley Family, page 246-247) 
FOURTEEN CHILDREN of Walter^ and Mary* (Polly) (Finley) Bell: 

(1) WILLIAM T. N.* BELL 

{See Fourth Generation, page 236) 

(2) Andrew* Bell 



THE BELL FAMILY 235 

(3) Rosanna' Bell 

MARRIED to William Milligan. 

(4) Jane F/ Bell 

MARRIED to Jacob Hough. (He has not heen identified.) 

(5) John R.* Bell 
MARRIED to May Bennett. 

(6) Lydia O.* Bell 
MARRIED to Henry Keefer. 

(7) Nancy* Bell 

MARRIED to William Pollock. 
CHILDREN: None. 

(8) SAMUEL* BELL 

(5ee Fourth Generation, page 237) 

(9) Mary Ann* Bell 

(10) Elizabeth M/ Bell 

(11) David Pollock* Bell 

Born July 27. 1826. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 

County. Pa. 
Died in 1905 in Belle Vernon. Pa. 
MARRIED Nov. 13, 1849, to Sarah Jane Bennett. 
(See Bell Family, page 236) 

CHILDREN of David Pollock* and Sarah Jane (Bennett) Bell: 
Mary Florence'' Bell 

Born Sept. 8, 1850. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
Died June 24. 1928, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 

County. Pa. 
MARRIED to William Lamech^ Scholl. 
{See page 150-151) 
(See Scholl Family, page 294-296) 
HIS PARENTS: Charles Christian^ and Susanna (Markle) Scholl. 
(See Scholl Family, page 294) 

NINE CHILDREN of Marv Florence' (Bell) and William Lamech^ 
Scholl: 

David Sylvester*, Emma Bell*, Milo Templelon*, Ally 
Ann*, Charles Christian*, John Hennings*, Sarah 
Jane*, Adaline* and William Walter* Scholl. 
( See Scholl Family, page 294-296) 

(12) Martha B.* Bell 
Died young. 

(13) Eleanor D.* Bell 
Died young. 

(14) Walter* Bell 



236 THE BOYD FAMILY 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4. WILLIAM T. N.* BELL (Walter, WUliam% William^ 

Born Jan. 12, 1817. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died Dec, 1888. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Buried in Sewickley Presbjierian Cemetery. 

MARRIED Sept. 3, 1850. to Frances Ann Bennett. 

She was born Mar. 11. 1827. 

She died in 1881. Buried in Sewickley Presbyterian Cemetery. 

HER PARENTS: David and Sarah H.' (Hough) Bennett. 

(See Hough Family, page 257) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Polly Bennett, husband, Joseph Darr. 

Eleanor Bennett, husband. Jacob (Rhodes I Rhoades. 

Sarah Jane Bennett, husband. David Pollock'' Bell. 
[See Bell Family, page 235) 

Charlotte Bennett, husband. Daniel* Hough. 

{See Hough Family, page 257) 

David Bishop Bennett. 

Joseph H. Bennett, wife, Jenny Francy. 

ELEVEN CHILDREN of William T. N.^ and Frances Ann (Bennett) Bell: 

(1) SARAH FLORENCE^ BELL 

(See Fifth Generation, page 237) 

(2) Mary Alice= Bell 

UNMARRIED. 

(3) Charlotta Bennett' Bell 

MARRIED to Millard Fillmore Null. 

He died May 12, 1935, in Greensburg. Pa. Buried there. 

(4) JOHN BRACKENRIDGE BELL 

{See Fifth Generation, page 238) 

(5) David Bennett^ Bell 
MARRIED to Laura Ellen Reynolds. 

(6) Walter Scott= Bell 

Died June 3. 1935. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, 

Pa. Buried in West Newton Cemetery. 
MARRIED to Lavina^ Hough. 

(See Hough Family, page 263) 

(7) Harrison Laird'' Bell 
MARRIED to Sadie Wineman. 

(8) Anna Cora^ Bell 

Died young. 

(9) Joseph William' Bell 

Died young. 

(10) Alma Etta' Bell 

Living 1935 in Greensburg. Pa., with her sister. Mrs. Charlotta Null. 
UNMARRIED. 



THE BELL FAMILY 237 

(11) Albert Milligan Bell 

Living 1935 in Gieensburg. Pa. (Alexander Street). 
MARRIED to Annie Malinda Butler. 

She died May 5, 1935, in Greensburg, Pa. Buried there. 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4. SAMUEL' BELL (Walter, William% William ) 

Born Oct. 27. 1821. in Bells Mill, South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
Died May 30, 1894, in Greensburg, Pa. 
Buried in Sewickley Cemetery. Millbell. Pa. 
MARRIED to Susanna" Boyd in Mendon. Pa., on the Waltz Farm. 

{See page 85-86) 
His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Nov., 1830, in Mendon. Pa., on the Waltz Farm. 
She died 1910 in Greensburg, Pa. Buried in Sewickley Cemetery. Millbell, Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Archibald' and Mary (Waltz) Boyd. 

(See page 52-53) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See page 84-86) 

FIVE CHILDREN of Samuel' and Susanna-' (Boyd) Bell: 

Mary Delnora% Anna Lydia'', William Pollock', Clara Margaret^ 
and Boyd Franklin'' Bell. 

(For their records, see page 118-119) 

FIFTH GENERATION 

5, SARAH FLORENCE BELL (William T. N.% Walter, William% Wil- 

liam') 

Born Oct. 2. 1851, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died Oct. 6. 1924, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 

MARRIED Sept. 15, 1874, to Archibald Boyd Hunter in South Huntingdon Town- 
ship. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

(See page 113 and 150) 

His occupation : Farmer. 

He was born Dec. 17. 1848, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

He died May 13, 1904, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery, near West Newton, Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: David and Margaret Ann"' (Boyd) Hunter. 

(See page 84-85) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 113-115) 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Sarah Florence' (Bell) and Archibald Boyd Hunter: 

David L., Anna Cora, William, Bennett Blaine, Emma Florence, 
Archibald Boyd, Mary Frances and Joseph Oliver Hunter. 

(For their records, see page 176-179) 



238 THE BOYD FAMILY 

FIFTH GENERATION 

5. JOHN BRACKENRIDGE BELL (William T. N.% Walter', WUliam% Wil- 
liam^) 

Born in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Oct. 31, 1921. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery, near West Newton. Pa. 
MARRIED Oct. 21, 1880. to Emma Florence Hunter in South Huntingdon Town- 
ship. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

iSee page 115) 

She was born Apr. 21. 1858. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
She died June 21. 1881. in South Huntingdon Township. ^Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery, near West Newton. Pa. 
HER PARENTS: David and Margaret Ann'' (Boyd) Hunter. 

(See page 84-85) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 113-115) 
ONE CHILD of John Brackenridge' and Emma Florence (Hunter) Bell: 
Charles Hunter'^ Bell 

{For his record, see page 115) 
John Brackenridge'' Bell MARfHED second to Mary Henry. 



THE BRACKEN FAMILY ,239 

THE BRACKEN FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. WILLIAM' BRACKEN 

The Inimigiaiil from Yorkshire. England. 

His will dated Apr. 8, 1719; piobaled Dec. 28. 1749. 
Member of St. James Church. Lancaster County. Pa. 
SEVEN CHILDREN of William' Bracken: 

(1) THOMAS- BRACKEN 

I. See Seconil (ifiteralioii. paji^e 239-240) 

(2) John^ Bracken 

(3) Henry- Bracken 

(4) Hannah'^ Bracken 
MARRIED I.) James Jordan. 

(5) Margaret- Bracken 
MARRIED to Alex Moore. 

(6) Martha- Bracken 
MARRIED to John Ball. Jr. 

(7) Susan- Bracken 
MARRIED to John Gillihan. 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. THOMAS^ BRACKEN (William ) 

Died about 1780. 

His will dated Apr. 6, 1779; probated Mar. 2.H. 1780. I Ref. Book E. page 250. 

Huntingdon Township, \ork County. Pa. I 
MARRIED to Martha Green. 

NINE CHILDREN of Thomas- and Martha (Green) Bracken: 

(1) William'' Bracken 

MARRIED to Ruiii Gregg. 

(2) John' Bracken 
MARRIED to Elizabeth 

(3) Thomas" Bracken 

(4) James' Bracken 

(5) Hannah' Bracken 
MARRIED to Nicholas Bishop. 

(6) Mary" Bracken 
MARRIED to James I'utlonv. 

(7) MARTHA BIL\CKEN 

( See Third Generution. page 240) 

(8) Margaret' Bracken 



240 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Died before 1779, as stated in her father's will. 

MARRIED in 1756 to William' McGrew. of York County, Pa. 

(See McGrew Family, page 278) 
He was born in Pennsylvania. He died in 1792. 
(9) Jean' Bracken 

MARRIED to Mathew Dill of York County. Pa. 

THIRD GENERATION 
3. MARTHA^ BRACKEN (Thonia8% William^) 

MARRIED to Archibald^ McGrew of York County, Pa. 

(See McGrew Family, page 280-282) 
He was born in County Tyrone, Ireland. Died about 1805. 
HIS PARENTS: John= and Elizabeth McGrew. 

{See McGrew Family, page 277-278) 
CHILDREN of Martha' (Bracken) and Archibald' McGrew: 

(1) Ruth^ McGrew 

MARRIED before 1785 to John' Boyd. 

{See page 47-48) 
He was born in 1761; died Feb. 12. 1815. in Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley (now Old Dick) Cemetery, near West New- 
ton, Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: William^ and Catherine^ (McGrew) Boyd. 

(See page 29-31) 
SIX CHILDREN of Ruth* (McGrew) and John' Boyd: 

Esther Hettie% William M.% Catherine% John% Isabella* 
and Margaret* Boyd. 

(For their records, see page 48) 

(2) John* McGrew 

(3) Archibald* McGrew 

(4) William* McGrew 

(5) Alexander* McGrew 

(6) Daughter 

(7) Daughter 

(See McGrew Family, pa^e 280-282) 



THE CULLER FAMILY 241 

THE CULLER FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. JOHN' ROLLER (COLLER, CULLER), The Immigrant. 

Born about 1750 in Holland, near the German border. 

Died in 1837 in Stokes County. N. C. (before the June Term of Court, leaving a 

widow, (Elizabeth). 
MARRIED to Nancy Moser in Pennsylvania. 
She died soon after their son Joseph was born. 

CHILDREN of John' and Nancy ( Moser I Culler: 

(1) JOSEPH^ CULLER 

^See Sernnil Generation, page 241) 

(NOTE: There were other children, names unknoirn. ill died oj fever 
while living near IF est Salem. N. C.) 

John' Koller (Culler) MARRIED second Nov. 19. 1801. to Elizabeth (Betsey) 

Moser in Stokes County, N.C. 
She was born Apr. 10. 1785: died Sept. 28. 1879. aged 91 yrs. 5 mos. 

TWENTY-THREE children of John' and Elizabeth I Betsey I (Moserl Culler: 

William-, Catheline', Sally^, Betsey-, Jacob Armstrong'-', Thomas^, 
David S.% Rachel-, Mary- (Polly), Benjamin*, Allen-, Hiilda^ 
(Huldah), Charlotte-, Solomon' and Martha^ Culler. 

(NOTE: There were eight other children. Names unknown.) 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. JOSEPH^ CULLER (John) 

Born about 1794 in Stokes County, N. C. 

Died in 1837 in Stokes County, N. C. 

MARRIED June 11, 1817, to Sarah (Sally I Martha Moser in Stokes County. N. C. 

His occupation: Farmer, miller and merchant. 

She was born in 1796 in Stokes County. N. C: died in 1852. 

HER PARENTS: Peter and Margaret Moser. 

TEN CHILDREN of Joseph'' and Sarah (Sally I Martha (Moser) Culler (per- 
haps not in proper order ) : 

Nancy*, Margaret Paulina , Martin Armstrong', Joseph Tyson', 
JOHN WESLEY' (see Thir«l Generation, page 241-242), Augus- 
tin H.', Louisa', Delitha', William Washington and Richard 
Alexander-^ Culler. 
Sarah (Sally) Martha (Moser) Culler MARRIED second Sept. 4. 1839. to Abra- 
ham Fulk in Stokes County. N. C. (He was her cousin.) 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. JOHN WESLEY^ CULLAR (Joseph, John) 

(Name changed from Culler to Cullarl 
Born June 1, 1827. in Stokes Count>. N. C. 
Died Oct. 13, 1900. in Kansas City. Mo. Buried in Butler, Mo. 
MARRIED Oct. 16. 1849. to Nancy Jane' Perry in Ravens Nest. Washington 
County, Va. 

[See Perry Family, page 288) 



242 THE BOYD FAMILY 

His occupation: Proprietor of general merchandise stores in Butler. Appleton 

City and Eldorado Springs. Mo. 
She was born May 8, 1830. in Russell County. Va. 

She died Apr. 24, 1904. in Eldorado Springs. Mo. Buried in Butler, Mo. 
HER PARENTS: Littleton Jerome' and Polly (Fulten) Perry. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of John Wesley' and Nancy Jane* (Perry) Cullar: 

MARY (MOLLIE) JANE* (See Fourth Generation, page 242), 
Littleton King Haskel*, Ellen Delitha% .\manda Elizabeth*, 
James L.% Laura Alice* and Ira* Cidlar. 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4. MARY (MOLLIE) JANE* CULLAR (John Wesley", Joseph-, John) 

Born Aug. 3. 1850. in Abingdon. Washington County. Va. 
Died July 3. 1890. in Butler. Bates County. Mo. Buried there. 
MARRIED Nov. 13. 1872, to John Finley" Boyd in Butler. Mo. 

{See page 39-41) 
His occupation: Founder and president, J. F. Boyd Lumber Co., of Butler, Mo. 
He was born May 10, 1842, in Uhrichsville, Tuscarawas County, 0. 
He died July 21, 1910. in Monrovia. Calif. Buried in Butler. Mo. 
HIS PARENTS: John D."' and Kerenhappuch" (Parrish) Boyd. 

{See page 38-39) 
■ SIX CHILDREN of Mary (Mollie) Jane* (Cullar) and John Finley^ Boyd: 

Cora Cullar", Edwin Everett", Scott Lee", Qyde Hiram", Wallace 
Warfel" and Francis Eugene' Boyd. 

{For their records, see page 62-69) 

NOTE: For complete Cullar Familv records, see "The Cullar Family" 
published by Scott Lee Boyd. 



THE CUNNINGHAM FAMILY 243 

THE CUNNINGHAM FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. JAMES' CUNNINGHAM 

Born Sept. 26, 1792. near Fayette City, Pa. 

Died Mav 7. 1868. near Apple Creek. 0. 

MARRIED to Hannah Finley. 

(5ee page 88) 

She was born Dec. 10. 1796, near Fayette City. Pa. 

She died Feb. 16. 1871. near Apple Creek, 0. 

NINE CHILDREN of James' and Hannah (Finley) Cunningham: 

WILLIAM FINLEY^ (See Second Generation, page 242), Nancy% 
Violet-, Elizabeth- (married to John Mackey), Rebecca-', J.\NE- 
(See Second Generation, page 24-2), Ebenezer- (married to 
Mary Cronkleton). ROBERT JOHNSTON- (See Second Genera- 
tion, page 243-244) and HANNAH- CUNNINGHAM (See Second 
Generation, page 244). 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. WILLIAM FINLEY- CUNNINGHAM (James) 
Born July 26, 1817, in Fayette City, Pa. 

Died Feb. 12, 1873. in Apple Creek, 0. 
MARRIED to Catharine Hatfield. 

She was born in Apple Creek, 0.; died in Wooster, 0. 

TWO CHILDREN of. William Finley^ and Catharine (Hatfield I Cunningham: 
Alvinzi' Cunningham (married to Sarah Patrick) and another 
child, name unknown. 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. JANE- CUNNINGHAM (James) 

Born Aug. 19. 1829. in Apple Creek, 0. 

Died Jun^ 22. 1872, in Apple Creek. 0. . 

MARRIED to Cyrus Mackey. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Jane- (Cunningham) and Cyrus Mackey: 

Dr. Robert C, Elizabeth (married to David O. Christy), Harriet, 

Olla (married to A. L. Thompson), Emma (married to William 

Grady), Albert and Harry Mackey. 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. ROBERT JOHNSTON- CUNNINGHAM (James) 

Born Aus. 27, 1833, in Apple Creek, 0. 
Died July 15, 1912, in Apple Creek. 0. 
MARRIED to Mariah Johnston. 

(See page 88-89) 
She was born July 20, 1838, in West Lebanon. Wayne County, 0. 
She died Mar. 24. 1890. in Wooster. Wayne County, 0. 
HER PARENTS: Nancy Agnes^ (Boyd) and Andrew Johnston. 

{See page 54) 



244 THE BOYD FAMILY 

TWO CHILDREN of Robert Johnston^ and Mariah (Johnston I Cunningham: 
Lura Ethel and LeRoy Johnston' Cunningham. 

{For their records, see page 88-89) 
Robert Johnston^ Cunningham MARRIED second May 25. 1892 to Alice Emma 
Lawrence in Wooster, 0. 

( See page 89 I 

She was born June 2. 1863. in Wooster. 0. 

HER PARENTS: Daniel A. and Catherine Louise (Strubbe) Lawrence. 
CHILDREN: None. 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. HANNAH^ CUNNINGHAM (James) 

Born Sept. 11, 1835, in Apple Creek. 0. 

Died Jan. 9. 1914, in Apple Creek. 0. 

MARRIED Mar. 24. 1859. to Matthew Beazeli in Apple Creek. 0. 

He was born Jan. 8. 1825, in Webster, Pa. 

He died July 6, 1915. in Apple Creek. 0. 

SIX CHILDREN of Hannah^ (Cunningham I and Matthew Beazeli: 

James Harvey (married to Margaret McDonald), .\lbert Neal, 
Clarissa Jane. William Sherman (married to Lena Maurer), 
Franklin Raymond (married to Margaret Maurer) and Sarah 
Emma Beazeli (married to John Eyman Alhright). 



THE FINLEY FAMILY 245 

THE FINLEY FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

MICHALE' FINLEY, The Immigrant. 

Born May 7, 1683, in Ireland. 

MARRIED July 12, 1712, to Ann O'Neill. 

Immigrated to the United States from County Armagh, Ireland, with his family of 
seven children, and his brother Archibald and family, landing at Philadelphia. 
Pa., on Sept. 28. 1734. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Michale' and Ann (O'Neill) Finley: 

(1) JOHN= FINLEY 

(5ee Second Generation, page 245-246) 

(2) REV. SAMUEL^ FINLEY 

(See Second Generalion. page 246) 

(3) Andrew- Finley 

(Twin to William.) 

(4) William- Finley 

(Twin to Andrew.) 

(5) MichaeP Finley 

(6) Martha- Finley 

Great-great-grandmother to J. V. Thompson. 

(7) Rev. James^ Finley 
Pastor of Rehoboth Church. 

SECOND GENERATION 

JOHN^ FINLEY (Michale') 

Born May 13. 1713, in County Armagh, Ireland. 

Died in 1757 in Logan Township. Cumberland County. Pa. (Killed by Indians 

while working in the fields.) 
MARRIED to Martha Barclay. 
They were members of Middle Spring Church. 

NINE CHILDREN of John= and Martha (Barclay) Finley: 

(1) James" Finley 

(2) Clement^ Finley 

Born in 1735. Died in 1775. 

Ancestor of Hon. James McFarland, Judge of Pittsburgh Courts. 
Ancestor of Henry D. Wallace, who was Secretary of Agriculture. 

(3) Mary^ Finley 

(4) MichaeP Finley 

(5) Anna^ Finley 

MARRIED. 

(6) Elizabeth^ Finley 

MARRIED three times. 



246 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(7) ANDREW FIINLEY 

\See Third Generalion. j)as.e 246-247) 

(8) Samuel Finley 

Served in the Revolutionary War. and was a General in the War of 1812. 
CHILDREN of Samuel Finley: 

Dr. James Brown^ Finley 

CHILDREN of Dr. James Brown^ Finlev: 
Manila Finley 

She wrote the 'Elsie" Books. 

(9) John Finley 

Captain in the Re\olutionarv War. 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. REV. SAMUEL= FINLEY (Michale) 

President of Princeton College, 1761-1766. 
ONE CHILD of Rev. Samuel^ Finley: 
(Daughter)' Finley 

MARRIED to Samuel Breese. 
THEIR CHILDREN: 

EHzaheth Ann Breese 

MARRIED lo Rev. Jedediah Morse. 
THEIR CHILDREN: 

Samuel Finley Morse 

He was the imenlor of the telegraph. 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. ANDREW FINLEY (John, Michale') 

I J. V. Thompson's great-great-grandfather. I 

Born in 1749. 

Died July 3. 1829, on the old Finley farm in South Huntingdon Township. West- 
moreland County, Pa. 

MARRIED to Jane Jack. 

He was a First Lieutenant in the Eighth Pennsylvania Regiment Continental Army, 
enlisted soldiers of the Revolution, who received appreciation pay for their 
services (see page 162, Vol. 4, Pennsylvania Archives. 5th Series), commanded 
by Colonel Aeneas Mackay, and, after his death, by Colonel Daniel Broadhead. 

He was an active Squire in South Huntingdon Township for nianv years. 

HER PARENTS: John Jack 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Andrew^ and Jane I Jack) Finley: 

(1) Captain John'' Finley 

Born May 6. 1782. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Died 1813 in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

MARRIED to Polly Stokley in South Huntingdon Township. Westmore- 
land County, Pa. 

(2) Martha* Finley 
Born Jan. 31, 1784. 



THE FINLEY FAMILY 247 

(3) Eleanor^ Finley 

Born May 8. 1 786. 

(4) Jenny* Finley 

Born Oct. 20, 1788. 

(5) James B/ Finley 

Born Apr. 8, 1791. 

(6) MARY* (POLLY) FINLEY 

{See Fourth Generation. pas,e 247) 

(7) Andrew' Finley, Jr. 

Born July 29, 1797. 

Died in Soulli Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. Pa., on the 

old Finley farm, now owned by Henry Sherbond) . 
He lived and died in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. 

Pa., on the old Finle\ farm. 

(8) Nancy* Finley 

Born Oct. 31. 1799. 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4, MARY* (POLLY) HNLEY (Andrew, Jolin% Michale') 

Born Aug. 5, 1793, near Port Royal, South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 

County, Pa., in a log house which was later the residence of John Pore. 
Died Dec. 26, 1888. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
MARRIED in 1815 to Walter' Bell. 

(5ee Bell Family, page 234-235) 
He was born 1783 in Shippensburg. Franklin County. Pa. 

He died Aug. 12. 1868. in Bells Mill. Soiitii Huntingdon Township. Westmore- 
land County, Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: William= and Rosanna (Bell) Bell. 
I See Bell Family, page 234) 
FOURTEEN CHILDREN of Mar) ' (Polly I I Finley) and Walter' Bell: 
iFor their records, see page 234-235) 



248 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE GAUT FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. JOHN^ GAUT 

MARRIED to Miss Wray. 

ONE CHILD of John' and Miss (Wray I Gaut : 
WILLIAM^ GAUT 

{See Second Generation, page 248-249) 
John' Gaut MARRIED second to Mary Wray. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of John' and Mary (Wray) Gaut: 

(1) FRANCIS (FRANK) ANDREW^ GAUT 

(See Second Generation, page 249-250) 

(2) John- Gaut 

MARRIED to Lizzie Rodearnior. 
TWO CHILDREN (names unknown). 

(3) Robert- Gaut 

MARRIED to Mary Funk. 

(4) Amanda^ Gaut 

She was living in 1934. 
MARRIED to Mr. Struble. 
ONE CHILD (name unknown). 

(5) Martha^ Gaut 
MARRIED to Mr. McCune. 

(6) Lizzie^ Gaut 

MARRIED to Mr. Barr. 

ONE CHILD (name unknown). 

(7) Mary- Gaut 

UNMARRIED. 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. WILLIAM^ GAUT (John') 

MARRIED to Mary Baer. 

CHILDREN: None. 

William^ Gaut MARRIED second to Mary Jane Wray. 

FIVE CHILDREN of William^' and Mary Jane (Wray) Gaut: 

(1) JOHN BOYD^ GAUT 

(See Third Generation, page 250) 

(2) WILLIAM CLARK^ GAUT 

[See Third Generation, page 250-251) 

(3) Frank Elmer' Gaut 

MARRIED to Jennie Wade Thompson. 
THREE CHILDREN (names unknown). 



THE GAUT FAMILY 249 



(4) Nancy Belle^ Gaut 

She was living in 1934. 

MARRIED to Frank Clopper Kistler. 

SEVEN CHILDREN ( names unknown ) . 

(5) Annie Mary' (May) Gaut 

MARRIED to Harry Herbert Patterson. 
ONE CHILD (name unknown). 



SECOND GENERATION 

FRANCIS (FRANK) ANDREW^ GAUT (John) 

Born Nov. 12, 1846, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Apr. 6, 1931. in South Huntingdon Townsliip. Westmoreland Countv. Pa. 
MARRIED Oct. 20, 1873, to Anna Jack Robertson. 

She was born Oct. .5. 18.53. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living in 1935. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Francis (Frank) Andrew- and Anna Jack (Robertson) Gaut: 

(1) Margaret Sally= Gaut 

Born May 21. 1875. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living in 1935. 

MARRIED to Albert Gallatin Miller. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Margaret Sally' (Gautl and Albert Gallatin Miller: 

(1) Anna Miller, married to Mr. McMinn. 

(2) Cornelia Miller, married to Mr. Mason. 

(3) Albert Miller 

(4) Frank Miller 

(5) Samuel Miller 

(2) William Robertson' Gaut 

Born Feb. 9, 1878. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland Coun- 
ty, Pa. 

Living in 1935. 

MARRIED to Mary Markle"' SchoU. 

{See Scholl Family, page 297) 

(3) John Andrew' Gaut 

Born Oct. 29, 1880, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland Coun- 
ty, Pa. 

Living in 1935. 

MARRIED to Mary Logan^ Pinkerton. 

(See Pinkerton Family, page 290) 

(4) Nancy Kilgore' Gaut 

Born Aug. 18, 1883, in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. jfl). 

MARRIED Dec. 29, 1904, to Lewis Sutton' Williams in West Newton, Pa. 

(5ee page 169) 
{See Williams Family, page 307) 
He was born Oct. 17. 1879. in West Newton, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl). 



250 THE BOYD FAMILY 

HIS PARENTS: Daniel Frankliir and Rebecca Jane (Nichollsl Williams. 
[See page llO-lll) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 166-170) 

ONE CHILD of Nancy Kilgore- (Gaut) and Lewis Sutton' Williams: 
Francis Gaut' Williams 

{For his record, see page 169) 

(5) Mary Jessie^ Gaut 

Born Jan. 4. 1886. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, 
Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. ( R.F.D. Jfl ) . 

MARRIED Nov. 28. 1911. to Josiah Albert Pore in West Newton. Pa. 
\ See page 173-174) 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Sept. 21. 1889. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. (R.F.D. Jl). 
HIS PARENTS: Albert M. and Rachel Elizabeth (Nicholls) Pore. 
{See page 112) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See page 172-174) 

ONE CHILD of Mary Jessie' I Gaut I and Josiah Albert Pore: 
Elizabeth Pore 

{For her record, see page 173-174) 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. JOHN BOYD' GAUT (Willianv, John ) 

Born Nov. 24. 1866, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Hunkers, Pa. 

MARRIED Sept. 15. 1888. to Nancy Boyd Pore in Greensburg. Pa. 

(See page 147) 
His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Aug. 24. 1867. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Hunkers, Pa. 

HER PARENTS: John Adam and Margaret Jane' (Boyd) Pore. 

(5ee page 107) 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See page 147-151) 

FIVE CHILDREN of John Boyd' and Nancy Boyd (Pore) Gaut: 

William Boyd% Margaret Jane^, John Francis", James Wray* and 
Robert Pore^ Gaut. 

{For their records, see page 200-202) 



THIRD GENERATION 

3. WILLIAM CLARK' GAUT (William% John ) 

Born Dec. 26. 1868. 

Died Mar. 11, 1918. in Derry. Pa. Buried in St. Clair Cemetery. Greensburg, Pa. 



THE GAUT FAMILY 251 

MARRIED Sept. 19, 1892, to Anna Bell Corbett in Greensburg, Pa. 

{See page 184-185) 
His occupation: Stationary engineer. 

She was born Mar. 2.5, 1871, in South Huntingdon Townsliip, Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Derry. Pa. (223 Fourtli Avenue). 

HER PARENTS: Milton Fleming and Mary Deinora' (Bell) Corbett. 

[See page 118) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

[See page 181-186) 

TWO CHILDREN of William Clark' and Anna Bell (Corbett) Gaut: 
Harry Edgar^ and Clark Wray^ Gaut. 

(For their records, see page 185) 



252 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE HOOVER FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. JACOB' HOOVER 

Born Jan. 22, 1781. Died. Nov. 12, 1858. 

He came from France to fight for the English against the Colonists, but after 
arrival he became a Colonist, and it is thought he settled in Lancaster County, 
Pa. His son, William", never left Pennsylvania. 

His Hoover ancestors came to the United States in 1710. 

NINE CHILDREN of Jacob' Hoover: 

(1) Jacob^ Hoover 

(2) SamueP Hoover 

(3) JOSEPH^ HOOVER 

{See Second Generation, page 252) 

(4) PETERS HOOVER 

(See Second Generation, page 253) 

(5) DanieP Hoover 

(6) John^ Hoover 

(7) William^ Hoover 

(8) Sarah" Hoover 

(9) Kate= Hoover 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. JOSEPH- HOOVER (Jacob) 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Joseph^ Hoover: 

(1) Susan^ Hoover 

(2) Fianna^ Hoover 

(3) Sarah'' Hoover 

(4) Catherine'' Hoover 

(5) Mary* Hoover 

(6) Ida^ Hoover 

(7) HARRISON GREELY^ HOOVER 

(See Third Generation, page 253) 

(8) Jacob J.^ Hoover 

He was in Civil War and marched with Sherman from Atlanta to the sea. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Jacob J.^ Hoover: 

Samuel% LinsbaughS Henry* and John* Hoover. , 

They were all in the Civil War. 



THE HOOVER FAMILY 253 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. PETERS HOOVER (Jacob) 

Born 1818. Died Jan. 12. 1882. 

MARRIED to Anna Leininger. (She was of German descent.) 

She was born July 5, 1819. She died Feb. 14, 1872. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Peter^ and Anna (Leininger) Hoover: 

(1) Elizabeth^ Hoover 

(2) Lydia' Hoover 

(3) Mary' Hoover 

(4) Kale' Hoover 

(5) Alnteda' Hoover 

(6) SAMUEL S. HOOVER 

(See Third Generation, page 253) 

(7) George' Hoover 

(8) Lewis' Hoover 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. HARRISON GREELY HOOVER (Joseph, Jacob) 

Born Feb. 10, 1854. in Clinton. 0. 

Living 1935 in Clinton, 0. 

He MARRIED June 25, 1889. to Clara Ann (Johnston) Hoover, the widow of his 
cousin, Samuel S. Hoover. 

{See pa lie 124) 
His occupation: Coal miner. 
She was born Sept. 3, 1855. in Wilmot. 0. 
She died Dec. 25. 1934, in Akron, 0. 
HER PARENTS: Josiah Work and Mary (Hardy) Johnston. 

(See page 88) 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(5ee page 124-125) 
CHILDREN: None. 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. SAMUEL S.' HOOVER (Peter% Jacob ) 

Born May 2. 1853. in Canal Fulton. 0. 

Died Feb. 12, 1882, in Dalton. O. Buried there. 

MARRIED Oct. 26. 1876, to Clara Ann Johnston in Canal Fulton. 0. 

(.See page 124) 
His occupation: Farmer. 

THREE CHILDREN of Samuel S.' and Clara Ann (Johnston) Hoover: 
William Homer% Harry Horton^ and Eva May* Hoover. 

(For their records, see page 186-189) 



254 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE HOUGH FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. EDWARD' HOUGH, The Immigrant. 

It is thought he came from Cheshire. England, and that the Hough Family mi- 
grated from Holland to England about 1600. 
His wife died in Gloucester, Mass. 

CHILDREN of Edward' Hough: 

RICHARD- (See Second Generation, page 254), Francis- and 
John- Hough (married to Hannah). 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. RICHARD^ HOUGH (Edward') 

Born about 1660 in England. 

Died Mar. 2.5. 1705. (Drowned in Delaware River, in Pennsylvania.) 

MARRIED Mar. 31. 1684. to Margery Clowes (Cowes). 

They met on shipboard on the wav over to America and married a vear later. 

and are thought to have been the first white couple to marry and settle in Bucks 

County. Pa. They came from Gosworlh. Cheshire. England, on the ship, 

"Endeavor of London:' July 29. 168.3. 
He was a Quaker and an intimate friend of William Penn. and came originally 

from Macclesfield. Cheshire. England. 
They settled in Makefield Township, Bucks County, Pa. 

She died in 1719-20. 

HER PARENTS: John Clowes (Cowes). 

HER BROTHER AND SISTER: William and Rebecca Clowes. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Richard- and Margerv I Clowes I Hough: 

Mary^ (married to William Atkinson), Sarah^ (married to Isaac 
Atkinson), Richard' (married to Hester Brown, and second 
to Deborah Gumley), JOHN"' (See Third Generation, page 
254) and JOSEPH HOUGH (See Third Generation, page 255). 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. JOHN^ HOUGH (Richard% Edward) 

Born July 18. 1693. 

He inherited the Upper Tract owned bv liis father, the present site of Tavlors- 

ville. Pa. 
He was a Justice of Bucks County. Pa.. Courts for several years, and a man of 

prominence. 
MARRIED Nov. 11. 1718. to Elizabeth Taylor at Falls Meeting. 
HER PARENTS: Philip and Julianna Ta\ lor of Oxford Township. Philadelphia 

County, Pa. 

TEN CHILDREN of John^ and Elizabeth (Taylor) Hough: 

John' (married to Sarah Janney). JOSEPH* (See Fourth Genera- 
tion, page 255), Benjamin' (married to Elizabeth West), Isaac* 
(married to Edith Hart). William* (married to Sarah Blaker), 
Thomas* (married to Jane -4dams), Septimus*. Elizabeth* 
(married to Nathan Tomlinson). Bernard* and Martha* Hough 
(married to David Bunting). 



THE HOUGH FAMILY 255 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. JOSEPH HOUGH (Rkhard% Edward) 

Born Aug. 17. 1695: died May 10. I TT.i. 

He inherited 350 acres and a plantation oi !lll aiics. at W an inglon, Warwick 

Township, Bucks County. Pa., which was taken up hy John Clowes (Margery's 

father), and houglit hv Richard' in 1702. The house still stands in excellent 

condition (1935 1. 
MARRIED to Elizahelh West (she uas a liianddaiijiliter of Rex. Thonias Dufian. 

the first Baptist minister in Pennsx Ivania I . 

NINE CHILDREN of .losei)h^uid Klizaheth I West I Hough: 

Sarahs Martha', Mary'. Rebecca'', Joseph Jr.^ (married to Mary 
Tonikins), John', Margery', Elizabeth' (married to Robert 
Tompkins, Jr.) and Hannah' Hough. 



FOURTH GENERATION 

JOSEPH* HOUGH (John, Richard , Edward) 

Born May 20, 1722. in Rucks County. Pa. 
Died Aug.. 1777. in Loudoun (^)unty, Va. 
MARRIED Oct. 14. 1716. to Lvdia Hurst. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Joseph' and L>Hia (Hurst) Hough: 

JACOB' (See Fifth Generation, page 2.'S5), Joseph', Lydia\ 
Sarah' (married to Daniel Stone). Benard ', Thomas, Wil- 
liam' and John ' Hough. 



FIFTH GENERATION 

JACOB HOUGH (Joseph', John\ Richard % Edward) 

Born about 1715-47 in Bucks (^ountx. Pa. 

Died about 1812 near Jacobs Creek. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

His will was dated Mar. 19. 1803. and recorded at Greensburg. Pa.. Court House. 

Jacob" and Paul" xxere named Administrators: Nicholas Swope and David 

Weaver signed as vvitnesses. 
MARRIED about 1761-67 to Charlotte Smith near Philadelphia. Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer and miller. 
She was born about 1747: died about lo26-2i>. 

HER PARENTS: Christian Smith. 

They settled in Bedford County. Pa., and later in South Huntingdon Township. 

Westmoreland Counlx. Pa., on the watershed of a stream called ''Salt Creek.' 

which name he changed to -Jacob's Creek." Reputed to haxe bei-n the first 

Hough familv to settle west of the Allegheny Mountains. 

They left Bucks County. Pa., and settled in Marx land, or Loudoun Countx. Va.. 

on the opposite side of the Potomac River from Frederick Count v. Md. 
Revolutionary War Record of Jacob' Hough : 

He served in Capt. Ezekiel Ross" Companx. W c>tniorclan(l Countx. Pa.. Militia, 
under Col. Wm. Crawford. Sandusky Expedition. I Ref. Pa. Arch.. 6th Series. 
Vol. 2, p. 399.1 
NINE CHILDREN of Jacob"' and Charlotte i Smith i Hough: 

Jacob, John , PAUL (See Sixth (ieneration, page 256), DAVID' 
(See Sixth Generation, page 2.56). Eva (married to Nicholas 
Snyder), JOSEPH' (See Sixth Generation, page 2.56-257), Solo- 
mon" (married to a daughter of Henry Rhodes), Peter' and 
Abraham'' Hough. 



256 THE BOYD FAMILY 

SIXTH GENERATION 

6. PAUL'' HOUGH (Jacob, Josephs John% Richard% Edward') 

Born Nov. 16. 1771, near Jacobs Creek (PauKs Run I . Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died Oct. 2, 1842, near Jacobs Creek (Paul's Run), Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Buried in Zion Cemetery, near Alverton and Scottdale. Pa. 

MARRIED May 26. 1795. to Catherine Wygle. 

They settled on a farm of 1000 acres, not far from home, on a branch of Jacobs 
Creek (Paul's Run). Pa. 

She was born Jan. 11. 1779. in Holland: died Dec. 16, 1862. 

Buried in Zion Cemetery, beside her husband. 

HER PARENTS: William Wygle. 

FOURTEEN CHILDREN of Paul' and Catherine (Wygle I Hough: 

Mary' (married to John Strickler), Abraham', Wn.LL\M" (See 
Seventh Generation, page 257-258), Margaret' (married to 
James W'ade and second to Solomon Sutor), ELIZABETH' (See 
Seventh Generation, page 258). Jacob", John' (married to 
Mary Strickler), Paul" (married to Jane Greer), Catherine' 
(married to Henry Stoflfer), Joseph' (married to Elizabeth 
Tarr), David Wygle' (married to Sarah Ann Hutchinson), 
Charlotte" (married to Martin B. Stauffer). Daniel" (married 
to Martha Biackstone) and Sarah Anne' Hough (married to 
Aquilla Rankin). 

SIXTH GENERATION 

6. DAVID" HOUGH (Jacob, Joseph*, John-, Richard, Edward') 

Born Feb. 27. 1774. near Jacobs Creek. W estmoreland County, Pa. 

Died Mar. 3. 1858. in Redstone Township. Fayette County, Pa. 

Buried in Rehoboth Cemetery. 

MARRIED in 1795 to Barbara O'Ralh. 

His occupation: Mill and distillery. 

They left the waters of Jacobs Creek and settled on Redstone Creek. Fayette 
County, Pa., in 1805. and claimed to be the first Hough family to settle in 
Fayette County. Pa. 

She was born in 1778-79 in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County. Pa. 

She died Oct. 11. 1841, in Fayette County. Pa. 

TX^TLVE CHILDREN of David" and Barbara lO'Rallyl Hough: 

Elizabeth" (married to William Wakefield), Henry", Mary' (mar- 
ried to Abie Allen and second to Rev. Jackman), Joseph', AB- 
RAH.\M' (See Seventh Generation, page 258). David", Char- 
lotte" (married to Benjamin Shear), Paul' (married to Martha 
Cook), MARGARET ESTHER" (See Seventh Generation, page 
259), William' (married to Catherine Fisher), Martha" (mar- 
ried to John Pierce) and Sarah' Hough (married to Henry 
Fisher) . 

SIXTH GENERATION 

6. JOSEPH*' HOUGH (Jacob, Joseph*, John% Richard% Edward') 

Born Mar. 29. 1780. in Bucks County, or Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Dec. 7. 1846. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in Old Brick Church Cemetery (Hoffman's), near Smithton, Pa. 
MARRIED about 1802 to Magdalena (Polly I Waltz. 

I See page 53 ) 



THE HOUGH FAMILY 257 

His occupation: Fanner, miller and distiller. 

She was born Apr. 1!!. 1781. in Soulli Hinilin^jdon Township. WeslnmrelaiKl 

County, Pa. 
She died Jan. 1, 1842. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Brick Church Cemetery (Hoffman's), near Smithton, Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Daniel and Elizabeth Waltz. 

( See page 52 ) 

TEN CHILDREN of Joseph" and Mapdalena ( Polly I (Walt/,1 Hough: 

(1) Daniel' Hough 

MARRIED to Ruth Stemm. second to Polly (Smith I Mennetl. and third to 
Betsy Wagner. 

(2) Sarah H." (Sallie) Hough 

MARRIED to David Bennett. 

{Sec Bell F(imil\. pai^e 236) 

(3) CAPT. JOHN HOUGH 

[See Seventh Generation, page 259) 

(4) Maria' (Mariah) Hough 

MARRIED to Hugh Ryan. 

(5) SOLOMON HOUGH 

[See Seventh Ceneialion. [>age 259) 

(6) JOSEPH HOUGH 

{See Seventh Ceneialion. page 260) 

(7) Jacob" Hough 

MARRIED to Eliza Schmidt. 

(8) Charlotte' Hough 

MARRIED to James E. Potter. 

(9) David" Hough 

(10) Paur Hough 

MARRIED to Mary Smith. 
Joseph'' Hough MARRIED second to (widow! Bell. 
ONE CHILD of Joseph" and (widow) (Bell) Hough: 

Josephine' Hougli 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

7. WILLIAM' HOUGH (Paul , Jaeob\ Jo9eph% John', Richar.F, Edward') 

Born Mar. 16. 1799. in Smithton. Pa. Died Jan. 21. 1879. in Smithton. Pa. 

MARRIED Sept. 27. 1821. to Elizabeth Warner (Varner). granddaughter of 
Henry Rhodes. 

They lived in Fayette County. Pa. 

She was born May 10, 1805: died Jan. 4. 1881. 

FOURTEEN CHILDREN of William' and Elizabeth l Warner l Hough: 

JOSEPH S." (See Eighth Generation, page 260), P.4UL'' (See 
Eighth Generation, page 260-261). Ursilla^ (married to Joseph 
Hepler), Michael*" (married to Harriet Aspey), D.WID W.'* 
(See Eighth Generation, page 261), Mary Ann' (married to 
Samuel Strickler), DanieP (married to Charlotte Bennett, see 



258 THE BOYD FAMILY 

page 236), Charlotte" (married to John Fisher), Elizabeth® 
(married to Henry Medsger), WILLIAM* (See Eighth Genera- 
tion, page 261), Maria** (married to Slathiel Aspey), John^ 
(married to Rebecca Heltebran), Jacob' (married to Mandell 
Madison) and Henry' Hough. 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

7. ELIZABETH^ HOUGH (Paul'. Jacob , Joseph% John% Richard% Ed- 
ward' ) 

Born Aug. 21. 1803: died Sept. 29. 1894. 
MARRIED Aug. 23. 1821. to Rev. Samuel Wakefield. 
His occupation: Minister. 
He was born Mar. 6. 1799; died Sept. 13. 1895. 

ONE CHILD of Elizabeth" (Hougli) and Rev. Samuel Wakefield: 
Rev. John S. Wakefield 

MARRIED May 29, 1845. to Martha W. Boyd. 
HER PARENTS: James and Frances (Long) Boyd. 
(See page J 65] 

ONE CHILD of Rev. John S. and Martha W. ( Boyd I Wakefield: 
Caroline Wakefield 

Born about 1852. 

Died Apr. 12, 1931. at the age of 82 years. 

MARRIED to William Charles Cadman. 

ONE CHILD of Caroline (Wakefield) and William Charles Cad- 
man: 

Charles Wakefield Cadman 

Born Dec. 24, 1881. 

His occupation: Musician and composer of world renown. 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

7. ABRAHAM^ HOUGH (David", Jacob, Jo8eph% John', Richard% Ed- 
ward') 

Born Aug. 10, 1803, in Redstone Township, Fayette County, Pa. 
Died Feb. 29, 1872. in Redstone Township, Fayette County, Pa. 
MARRIED May. 1831 to Catherine Waltz of Waltz Mill, Westmoreland County.Pa. 

(See page 141) 
She was born Oct. 19. 1813, in Waltz's Mill, near West Newton, Pa. 
She died Oct. 31, 1882. in Gillespie, Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Jacob Waltz 

( See page 53 ) 

TEN CHILDREN of Abraham" and Catherine (Waltz) Hough: 

David H.* (married to Jane McCune), Jacob W.' (married to 
Amanda Strunim), Cyrus*, Halleck* (married to Ellen Lackey), 
William Addison', Johnson' (married to Sylvania Lynn), JO- 
SEPH SYLVESTER' (See Eighth Generation, page 261-262), 
Katherine' (married to William Crombie), William Playford* 
and Elizabeth' Hough. 



. THE HOUGH FAMILY 259 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

7. MARGARET ESTHER HOUGH (David , Jacob , Joseph', John , Rich- 
ard-, Edward') 

Born June 17. loll, in Fayette County, Fa. 

Died Oct. 14, 1889. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in Old Brick Cemetery (Hoffman's) near Smilhton. Pa. 
MARRIED Feb. 8, 1872, to Thomas Jacob' Williams. 
|5ee Williams Family, page 307) 

He was born about 1806; died Feb. 8. 1872. aged 66 years. 
Buried in Old Brick Cemetery (Hoffman's) near Smithton, Pa. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Margaret Esther^ ( Hough ( and Thomas Jacob' Williams: 
Daniel Franklin-, Elizabeth Mary', Mary Catherine-, Bar Allen'-, 
Sarah Jane-, Charlotte Ann-, David Hough- and Jacob Omar- 
Williams. 

{See Williams Family, page 307) 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

7. CAPT. JOHN' HOUGH (Joseph , Jacob. Joseph% John% Richard-, Ed- 
ward') 

Born in 1806. 

Buried in Beallsville, Washington County, Pa. 

He was a river captain, and married at the age of seventy. 

CHILDREN of Capt. John" Hough: 

Joseph Weigle Ross' Hough 

Born Mar. 22. 1828. in Loudonville, 0. 

Died Apr. 4. 1900. in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa. 
MARRIED Sept. 10, 1857, to Nancy Jane McMurry. 
{See page 177) 

They lived near Smithton, Pa. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Joseph Wiegle Ross^ and Nancy Jane (McMurry) 
Hough : 

Rebecca Ross' (married to Davicl Hepler Kelley, see page 
177), Catherine Idalia' (married to Jacob Kelley), Em- 
ma Etta' (married to Martin Slrawii) and Orpha Jane" 
Hough (married to Myres Kelley). 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

7. SOLOMON' HOUGH (Joseph , Jacob , Joseph', John', Richard% Ed- 
ward' ) 

Born Apr. 24. 1810; died Mar. 14, 1861. 

MARRIED in 1832 to Mary Rhodes. 

She was born Sept. 10, 1809; died Apr. 4. 1899. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Solomon' and Mary (Rhodes) Hough: 

Elizabeth^ (married to George Smith), Peter' (married to Emily 
Hepler), Charlotte" (married to John .49pey), Joseph* (mar- 
ried to Hester Ann Shepard) and Jacob R.' Hough (married 
to Susan' Hough, see Hough Family, page 260). 



260 THE BOYD FAMILY 

SEVENTH GENERATION 

7. JOSEPH' HOUGH (Joseph', Jacob, Jo8eph% John% Richard% Edward^ 

Born Nov. 28. 1812, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Feb. 14, 1891. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
MARRIED in 1836 to Margaret Forsythe. 
She was born May 7. 1817: died Oct. 20. 1883. 

THIRTEEN CHILDREN of Joseplf and Margaret (Forsythe) Hough: 

Paul* (married to Adeline Reynolds), John* (married to Susanna 
Rhodes, see Hough Family, page 263), Daniel* (married to 
Sarah Jane Forsythe), Charity* (married to John Guynn), 
Francis* (married to Elizabeth Newcomer), David* (married 
to Amy Hutchison), Amanda" (married to James Morrow), 
Maria*, Zachariah*, Joseph* (married to Mary Jane Morrow 
and second to Edith Beeman), OBEDIAH PORTER* (See 
Eighth Generation, page 262), James* (married to Belle Mor- 
row) and MoUie* Hough (married to Jacob Lear). 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

8. JOSEPH S.* HOUGH (William', Paul'. Jacob, Joseph*, John, Richard% 

Edward' ) 
Born Sept. 24, 1822; died Ma\ 5. 1866. 
MARRIED in 1845 to Catherine Shupe. 
She was born Oct. 23. 1824: died July 7. 1887. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Joseph S.* and Catherine I Shupe I Hough: 

( 1 ) Susan' Hough 

Born Dec. 30, 1846; died Sept. 27. 1922. 
MARRIED in 1864 to Jacob R.* Hough. 

l5ee Hottfih Family, page 259) 
He was born Aug. 17, 1845: died Oct. 16. 1922. 

TEN CHILDREN of Susan" (Hough I and Jacob R.* Hough: 

Mary Catherine", Elmer", Elizabeth L.", Charlotte Ann", 
Lucy M.", Minnie Florence", Alvin Curtis". LawTence 
E.", Josie Pearl' and Ethel J." Hough. 

NOTE: See The Hough Genealogy, published by Elmer" Hough. 
Fort Myers. Fla.. 1935. 

(2) Charlotte Ann" Hough 

(3) William H." Hough 

(4) Lawrence S." Hough 

(5) Linley L." Hough 

(6) Sarah Elma° Hough 

(7) Josephine" Hough 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

8. PAUL* HOUGH (William', Paul% Jacob, Joseph*, John% Richard', Ed- 
ward' ) 
Born Feb. 7, 1824. in Smithton. Pa. - 

Died Jan. 7, 1908. in Smithton. Pa. 

MARRIED Nov. 27. 1827. to Lavina Frick (she was a cousin of Henry Clay 
Frick ) . 

{See page 114 and 168) 



THE HOUGH FAMILY 261 

She was born Nov. 27, 1827; died Apr. 10. 1907. 

ELEVEN CHILDREN of Paul" and Lavina (Frick) Hough: 

William' (married to Cordelia Anderson), JOHN FRANKLIN" 
(See Ninth Generation, page 262), Pearson', Polly Etta' (mar- 
ried to Hiram Null), Samuel', Paul' (married to Elizabeth 
Kilday), ELIZABETH DELNORA (See Ninth Generation, page 
262-263), George S. ' (married to Alma Latta), LEWIS S. ' (See 
Ninth Generation, page 263), CHARLES' (See Ninth Genera- 
tion, page 263) and LAVINA HOUGH (See Ninth Generation, 
page 263). 

NOTE: Elizabeth Delnora, George S. and Lewis S. Hough are triplets. They 
are living (1935), and were 70 years old on Aug. 24, 1935. 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

8. DAVID W.« HOUGH (William, Paul, Jacob , Josephs John', Richard% 
Edward' ) 

Born Nov. 6, 1829; died Jan. 4. 1913. in Scottdale, Pa. 
MARRIED Feb. 26. 1852. to Polly Reynolds. 
She was born Sept. 25, 1833; died Feb. 22. 1874. 

ELEVEN CHILDREN of David W.^ and Polly (Reynolds) Hough: 

Roxanna", Dennis", Cordelia', Henry", William L.", Amanda", 
JACOB' (See Ninth Generation, page 263), Samuel S.", Lur- 
etta'', Harriet' and Charles' Hough. 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

8. WILLIAM' HOUGH (William", Paul , Jacob, Joseph% John', Richard% 
Edward') 

Born Nov. 16, 1838, in Smithton, Pa. 

Died Oct. 30, 1916, in Washington, Pa. Buried there in Washington Cemetery. 

MARRIED Dec. 1, 1859. to Catherine Shupe. 

They lived in Washington. Pa. 

She was born Aug. 9, 1838; died Nov. 22, 1927. 

Buried in Washington Cemetery. Washington. Pa. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of William'' and Catherine I Shupe) Hough: 

Sarah Araminta , Elsie , JACOB LAWRENCE" (See Ninth Genera- 
tion, page 264), Margaret' (married to Joseph Scott' Williams 
(See Williams Family, page 308), Lyman" (married to Tillie 
Gardner), Almeda" (married to James Campbell), Huston" 
married to Clara Lacock) and Samuel J. Tilden' Hough (mar- 
ried to Anna McClay). 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

8. JOSEPH SYLVESTER' HOUGH (Abraham', David , Jacob, Joseph*, 
John', Richard% Edward') 

Born Sept. 10, 1856, in Gillespie, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City, Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED May 21, 1890, to Jennie Gray" Boyd in Gillespie, Pa. 

{See page 141-142) 



262 THE BOYD FAMILY 

She was horn Max 21. 1!1()1. in Jefferson Twp.. Fayette County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Fayette City. Pa. iH.F.D.i 
HER PARENTS: Robert and Margaret Ann lGra\ I Boyd. 

{.See jms^p 106 \ 

TWO CHILDREN of Joseph Sylvester- and Jennie Gray' (Boyd) Hough: 
Margaret Genevieve' and Robert Addison ' Hough 

[For their records, see page 141-142} 

EIGHTH GENERATION 

8. OBEDIAH PORTER- HOUGH (Joseph . Joseph . Jacob\ Joseph% John', 

Richard-, Edward') 

Born Feb. 20. 1852. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Died Apr. 3. 1928. in Perry Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

MARRIED in 1873 to Naomi Hagernian. 

She was born in 1853: died in 1930. 

HER PARENTS: George and Hannah I'Swaugger) Hagerman. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Obediah Porter" and Naomi ( Hagerman I Hough: 

William Albert" (married to Clara Cinder), MabeL' (married to 
Robert Cooper), Samuel Edward' (married to Lela Grey), 
Zachariah Ross' (married to Clara M. Weaver), ^lary Goldie"' 
(married to Percy Vi illis). .Nellie Florence" (married to Thomas 
E. Hamilton), GR.\CE >IALDE (See Ninth Generation, page 
264) and Dessa Myrtle Hough (married to Benjamin H. Rob- 
ertson), see page 205). 

NINTH GENER.ITION 

9. JOHN FRANKLIN HOUGH (PauU. William , PauL, Jacob. Josephs 

John', Richard", Edward') 

Born Julv 25, 1852. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Apr. 30. 1918 in Detroit. Mich. Buried there. 

MARRIED Feb. 4. 1380. to Lncetta Hunter in South Huntingdon Township. West- 
moreland County. Pa. 

( See page 114) 
They lived in Iowa. 

She was born Julv 7, 1853. in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland Countv. Pa. 
She died Oct. 7. 1928. in Detroit. Midi. Buried there. 
HER PARENTS: David and Margaret Ann^ (Boyd) Hunter. 

iSee pa fie 84-85) 

THREE CHILDREN, of John Franklin' and Lucetta ( Hunter i Hough: 
Grace Edna'", Mary Jane'" and Lavina Belle'" Hough. 

{For their records, see page 181-182) 

NINTH GENERATION 

9. ELIZABETH DELNORA HOUGH (Paul% William', Paul% Jacob, Jo- 
sephs John', Richard-, Edward') 

Born Aug. 24, 1865. in Smithton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Monessen. Pa. (475 Knox .\ve.) 

MARRIED Dec. 13. 1892, to William Franklin^ Williams in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

{See page 167-168) 
[See Williams Family, page 307) 



THE HOUGH FAMH.Y 263 

His occupation: Farmer and well driller. 
He was born Aug. 26, 1866. in West Newton. I'a. 

He died Dec. 23. 1932. in Monessen. Pa. Buried in West Newton. I'a. 
HIS PARENTS: Daniel Franklin' and Rebecca Jane (Niclioilsl Williams. 

{See pafre 110-111) 
iSee Williams Family, /xtge 307 \ 

THREE CHILDREN of Elizabeth Dehu.ra" (Ilon,;;lil and William Franklin^ 
Williams: 

Charley John', Pauline Lavina' and Gerlrude Eilna' WillianiB. 

{For their records, see poiie 217-218) 

NINTH GENERATION 

9. LEWIS S. HOUGH (Paul% William , Paul , Jacoh , Joseph', John , 
Richard", Edward') 

Born Aug. 24, 1865, in Sniithton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 

MARRIED Oct. 11, 1892 to Fita B.' Hough in PiU^-hurgh. Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Apr. 1.. 1871. in SmitlUon, Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 

HER PARENTS: Jobn^ and Susanna (Rhodes) Hough. 
( See Hough Family. pac,e 260 ) 

THREE CHILDREN of Lewis S." and Etta B.' ( Hough l Hough: 

Gail'", Zella Susanna'" (married to Rufus Marsh Lash, see page 
149 and 173) and Stella' Hough. 

NINTH GENERATION 

9. CHARLES' HOUGH (Paul, William , Paul', Jacob, Joseph', John', 
Richard", Edward') 

MARRIED to Mary Grove. 

NINTH GENERATION 

9. L.4VINA HOUGH (Paul% William', Paul, Jacob, Joseph% John, 
Richard", Edward') 

MARRIED to Walter Scott' Bell. 

I See Bell Family. paf;e 236) 
He died June 3, 1935, in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Buried in West Newton Cemetery. 
HIS PARENTS: William T. N.^ and Frances Ann (Bennett) Bell. 

(5ee Bell Family, page 236-237) 

NINTH GENERATION 

9. JACOB HOUGH (David W.% William , Paul', Jacob, Jo8eph\ John% 
Richard", Edward') 

Born Feb. 7. 1863, in Smithton, Pa. 

MARRIED Feb. 3, 1885, to Mary Elizabeth Aspey in West Newton, Pa. 
CHILDREN of Jacob'' and Mary Elizabeth I Aspey) Hough: 
SAMUEL DEWEY' HOUGH 

(See Tenth Generation, page 264-265) 



264 THE BOYD FAMILY 

NINTH GENERATION 

9. JACOB LAWRENCE' HOUGH (William% WUliam", Paul% Jacobs Jo- 
8eph% John", Richard^, Edward') 

Born Aug. 28, 1862, in Smithton, Pa. 

Died Nov. 3. 1934. in Eightyfour. Pa. 

Buried in Monongahela Cemetery, Monongahela. Pa. 

MARRIED June 16. 1892, to Gretta Ann Nicholls in Mendon. Pa. 

(See page 162-163) 
His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Feb. 25, 1871. in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County,Pa. 
She died Mar. 11, 1893, in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Brick Cemetery (Hoffman's) in Smithton, Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Archibald Boyd and Elizabeth^ (Williams) Nicholls. 

[See page 110) 
{See Williams Family, page 307-308) 

ONE CHILD of Jacob Lawrence'' and Gretta Ann (Nicholls) Hough: 
Naomi Nicholls'" Hough 

[FoT tier record, see page 163) 
Jacob Lawrence-' Hough MARRIED second June 11. 1896. to Elizabeth Kammerer. 
She was born Mar. 3, 1861. 

ONE CHILD of Jacob Lawrence'' and Elizabeth (Kammerer) Hough: 
Joseph Kammerer"' Hough 

NINTH GENERATION 

9. GRACE MAUDE' HOUGH (Obediah Porter% Joseph", Josephs Jacob', 
Josephs JohnS RiehardS Edward') 

Born June 10, 1889, in Perry Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

MARRIED Feb. 15. 1917. to John Kelly Rankin in Monaca. Pa. 

(See page 150) 
His occupation: Farmer. 
He was born Aug. 24, 1893. in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D.) 

HIS PARENTS: John Culbert and Annie Marie (CulbertI Rankin. 

(See page 150) 

FOUR CHILDREN of Grace Maude" (Hough I and John Kelly Rankin: 

Nathalie Culbert, Marie Hough, John Gordon and Bruce Porter 
Rankin. 

TENTH GENERATION 

lO.SAMUEL DEWEY' HOUGH (Jacob, David W.S WiUiam , PaulS 
Jacobs Joseph*, JohnS RiehardS Edward') 

Born Aug. 11, 1898. in Jacobs Creek, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale. Pa. (R.F.D. jfl ). 

MARRIED Aug. 24, 1918. to Mildred Elizabeth Fretts in Scottdale, Pa. 

(See page 207) 
His occupation: Mail carrier on Route #1, Scottdale. Pa. 
She was born Jan. 7, 1900. in Scottdale, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Scottdale, Pa. (R.F.D. Jl). 



THE HOUGH FAMH.Y 265 

HER PARENTS: Albert Gallagher and Margaret Alverda (Nichollsl Fretts. 

{See page 164-165) 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Samuel Dewey'" and Mildred Klizabelli (Fretts) Hough: 
Arthilla June", Wendell Glenn", Garnet Ruth", Jacob Dewey", 
Gerald Arthur", Lewis Aspey", Ardith Joan" and Arlene 
Joyce" Hough. 

{For their records, see page 207) 

NOTE: Mr. Elmer^ Hough of Fort Myers. Fla.. compiled and published in 1932 
the Hough Genealogy. He is publishing in 1935 a revised edition oj the geneal- 
ogy of this family. 



266 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE MARKLE FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. JOHN CHRISMAN- MARKLE, The Immigrant. 

(The German name is Merklin.) 
Born in 1678 in Alsace. Germany, on the Rhine River. 
Died in Berks County, Pa. 

MARRIED to Jemima Weurtz (Wurtz) in Amsterdam, Holland. 
They came to America in 1703. and settled in Salem Springs. Berks County, Pa. 

NINE CHILDREN of John Chrisman' and Jemima (Weurtz) Markle: 
GASPARD- (GASPER) MARKLE 

{See Second Generation, page 266-268) 

NOTE: There iiere eight other children, names unknown. Gaspard' was 
the youngest child. 

SECOND GENER.4TI0N 

2. GASPARD (GASPER) MARKLE (John Chrisman) 

Born in 1732 in Berks County, Pa. 

Died Sept., 1819. in his 88tli year, in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland 
County. Pa. Buried in Markle Cemetery. 

MARRIED to Elizabeth Grim. 

His occupation : Blacksmith and farmer. 

In 1772 he built and operated a grist and flour mill on Sewickley Creek, West- 
moreland County, Pa. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Gaspard" (Gasper) and Elizabeth (Grim) Markle: 

( 1 ) George' Markle 

MARRIED to Miss Kaultleasure. 

She died in 1790. 

George' MARRIED second to Mary Deer. 

THREE CHILDREN of George' and Mary (Deer) Markle: 

Joseph*, Lizzie* and Georgia* Markle. 

(2) Rosanna' Markle 

MARRIED to Mr. Burgett. 

They had several children, one of whom was Boston Burgett. 

Lived in Washington County, Pa. 

(3) Magdalena^ (Molly) Markle 

Died when 90 years of age. 
MARRIED to John Nyman. 
They lived near Butler, Pa. 

(4) Elizabeth' Markle 
MARRIED to George Decamp. 

(5) Esther' Markle 

MARRIED to George Ament. 
They lived near Salem, Pa. 

(6) Catherine' Markle 
MARRIED to Jacob Whitesell. 



THE MARKLE FAMILY 267 

CHILD of Catherine' (Maiklel and Jacob Whitesell: 
Dr. Jogeph (Joe) Whilcsell 

Lived near Pittsburgh. Pa. 

(7) Abraham' Markle 

MARRIED to Rachel Blackburn. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

They lived in Jefferson County, O. 

(8) Daniel' Markle 

Died in infancy. 
Gaspard^ (Gasper) Markle MARRIED second in 1776 to Mary Rotherrtial (Road- 

armel) in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland County. Pa. 
She was born about 1755; died in Aug., ir>32. aged 77 years. 
Buried in Markle Cemetery. 
They moved to South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa., in 1770. 

ELEVEN CHILDREN of Gaspard^ (Gasper) and Mary (Rothermal) Markle: 

(1) GENERAL JOSEPH MARKLE 

{See Third Generation, page 268-272) 

(2) Susan' Markle 

MARRIED to Charles Schull. 
His occupation: Millwright. 

(3) John' Markle 

Died in Savannah. Buried in Long Island. 
MARRIED to Elizabeth Jack. 

(4) Hannah' Markle 

Died aged 84 years. Buried in Markle Cemetery. 
UNMARRIED. 

(5) Jacob' Markle 

Buried in Markle Cemetery. 

MARRIED to Catharine Painter. 

HER PARENTS: Judge Jacob and Sophia (Rapier) Painter. 

(He was born in Berks County, Pa. She was born in Indiana County, Pa.) 

(They were both buried in Herolds Church.) 

(Judge Jacob Painter married second to Catherine Lobinpier. 1 

(She was buried in Markle Cemetery.) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Elizabeth (married to General Joseph' Markle. see page 269), Rebecca, 
Tobias (died young). Elias (died young) Painter, and two other 
children, died in infancy. 

HER HALF-BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

John Painter, wife. Susan Williams. 

(They had ten children) 
Jacob Painter, Unmarried. 

Joseph Painter, wife. Sarah Ann Winn. 

(They lived near Canton. 0. Had a daughter, Dora) 
Benjamin Painter, wife. Diana Robinett. 

(They lived in Iowa) 
Mary Painter, husband, Mr. Stamets. 

(She died at age of 84 years. They lived in Canton, 0.) 
George Painter, 1st wife, Miss Stanric. 

2nd wife, Miss Bowman. 



268 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(Lived near Irwin, Pa.) 
Christopher Painter, Unmarried. 

(Buried in Markle Cemetery) 
Susan Painter, husband, Michael Ruff. 

(They lived near Mt. Pleasant, Pa.) 
Sophia Painter, husband, Erastus Boice. 

(3 children: Katie. Mary and Christopher Boice) 
Israel Painter, Unmarried. 

(Buried in Markle Cemetery) 
SEVEN CHILDREN of Jacob^' and Catharine (Painter) Markle: 
Names unknown 

(6) Solomon^ Markle 
Died in infancy. 

(7) Salome^ (Sally) Markle 

Buried in LLP. Church in the country. 
MARRIED to Samuel Oliver. 

ONE CHILD of Salome^ (Markle) and Samuel Oliver: 
Lizzie Oliver 

MARRIED to Mr. Leasure. 
They lived near Madison. Pa. 

(8) Mary^ Markle 

Buried in West Newton Cemetery. West Newton, Pa. 
MARRIED to William Miller. 

SIX CHILDREN of Mary^ (Markle) and William Miller: 
Names unknown 

(9) Gaeper^ Markle 

MARRIED to Mary Lobingier. 
Both buried in Markle Cemetery. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Gasper^ and Mary (Lobingier) Markle: 
George'* Markle and seven others, names unknown. 

(10) Leah^ Markle 

MARRIED to Andrew Thompson. 
Both buried in Maysville, Kentucky. 
They lived in Kentucky. 

THREE CHILDREN of Leah^ (Markle) and Andrew Thompson: 
Mary, William and Gasper Thompson. 

(11) David^ Markle 

MARRIED to Maria Gowan. 

THREE CHILDREN of David^ and Maria (Gowan) Markle: 
Caroline% Leonora^ and Florilla* Markle. 

They are all buried in Markle Cemetery. 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. GENERAL JOSEPH^ MARKLE (Gaspard=, John Crisman') 

Born Feb. 15, 1777, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Mar. 15, 1867, in his 91st year, in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
He was a general in the War of 1812. 



THE MARKLE FAMILY 269 

MARRIED Jan. 17. 1805, to Elizabeth Painter in Millgrove. Pa. 

{See page 267) 
She was born May 14, 1782; died Dec. 6, 1815. in iier 34th year. 
HER PARENTS: Judge Jacob and Sophia (Rapier) Painter. 

(5ee page 267) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
{See page 267-268) 

SIX CHILDREN of General Joseph^ and Elizabeth (Painter) Markle: 
(They may not be in right or,der) 

(1) Shephard Brown^ Markle 

Born Nov. 3. 1805. 

Died May 4, 1882. aged 77 years. 

MARRIED Apr. 23, 1829, to Hannah Lobingier. 

She was born Aug. 20. 1806; died Oct. 15, 1888. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Shephard Brown^ and Hannah (Lobingier) Markle: 
(1) Lieutenant Joseph E. Markle 

Born about 1838. 

Died Sept. 17. 1862, aged 24 years. He was killed at Antietam. Md. 

Note: There tiere seven other children, names unknown. 

(2) Elias R/ Markle 

Born Nov. 1, 1807, in Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died Sept.. 1822. aged 15 years, in Westmoreland County, Pa. 

(3) GENERAL CYRUS PAINTERS MARKLE 

{See Fourth Generaiion. page 272-273) 

(4) Mary Elizabeth^ Markle 

Born June 6, 1812, in Millgrove, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died Feb. 28, 1892. in West Newton. Pa. Buried in Markle Cemetery, 

Millgrove, Pa. 
MARRIED Oct. 28. 1851. to John' Boyd in Westmoreland County, Pa. 
His occupation: Farmer. 
They were members of the Lutheran Church. 
He was born Mar. 21. 1801; died Feb. 18, 1875. 
Buried in Old Sewickley (now Old Dick) Church Cemetery near West 

Newton, Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: Robert^ and Elizabeth (Larimer) Boyd. 

{See page 49) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See page 80-82) 
CHILDREN: None. 
John^ Boyd MARRIED first Apr. 30, 1834, to Theodocia McGrew. 

{See page 82) 
She was born Apr. 30. 1814; died Apr. 30. 1838. 
Buried in Old Sewickley (now Old Dick) Church Cemetery, near West 

Newton, Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Simon and Nancy McGrew. 

TWO CHILDREN of John' and Theodocia (McGrew) Boyd: 

(1) Jermiah D.' Boyd 
Born Apr. 9, 1835. 

(2) Nancy Boyd 

Died June 30, 1838. 



270 THE BOYD FAMILY 

NOTE: Mary Elizabeth (Markle) Boyd compiled a hook oj records on 
the Markle Family from her oitn intimate knowledge of them and from 
the Bible of her mother. This original book is now in the possession of 
Cyrus Painter Markle Tinstman. son of Harriet Cornelia Markle Tinst- 
man, and they have been furnished for this publication by Miss Grace 
Dick Markle of West Newton. Pa. 

(5) Sarah A.* Markle 

Born about 1813; died Nov. 26. 1868. aged 55 years. 

(6) Hannah* Markle 

Died Feb. 28, 1837. 
General Joseph^ Markle MARRIED second Sept. 24, 1825, to Elizabeth Lloyd in 

South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
She was born in 1801: died Dec. 29, 1868. in her 68th year. 
HER PARENTS: Col. Joseph Lloyd. 

TWELVE CHILDREN of General Josepii^ and Elizabeth (Lloyd) Markle: 

( 1 ) Lafayette* Markle 

Born Sept. 27. 1825. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

MARRIED to Mary Ashman. 

She died May 29, 1856. 

HER PARENTS: George J. Ashman of New Haven. Fayette County, Pa. 

ONE CHILD: 

George Ashnian'°^ Markle 

Living 1935 in Fayette County, Pa. 
Lafayette* Markle MARRIED three times. 

ONE CHILD (third marriage) : 
Lafayette"' Markle 

Living 1935 in Philadelphia, Pa. 

(2) Child* (unnamed), die<l in infancy. 

(3) Child* (unnamed), died in infancy. 

(4) Joseph* Markle 

Born May 8. 1830. in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Jan. 31, 1892. in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried there in Millgrove Cemetery. 
MARRIED Dec. 6. 1855. to Jane' Pinkerton in South Huntingdon Twp.. 

Westmoreland County. Pa. 
HER PARENTS: John= and Mary (BarrI Pinkerton. 
(See Pinkerton Family, page 290-293) 

FIVE CHILDREN of Joseph* and Jane' (Pinkerton) Markle: 
(1) Clara Ella Markle 

Born Sept. 6, 1856. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmore- 
land County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. 1 338 Lafavette Ave.) 
MARRIED to J. R. Cannon. 

ONE CHILD of Clara Ellen^ (Markle) and J. R. Cannon: 
Joseph Lloyd Cannon 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. 
His occupation: Lawyer. 



THE MARKLE EAMIEY 271 

(2) Mary Elizab«'lh Markle 

Born Jiil\ II. IJ}61. ill South Hunliiigdoii Tkj).. Wpstinorclaiul 

County. Pa. Died Mar. 27. 193.3. iti Scottclalf. Pa. 
MARRIED Aov. 22. 1 .'!.'«. lo William Pollock Rell near West 
Newton. Pa. 

(.See /wge 119} 
{See Bell FaniilY. page 237) 
HI.S PARENTS: SanuicP and Susanna' (P.nx.ii iVII. 
{See Bell Familx. pii^e 237 \ 

ONE CHILD of Mar\ Eli/al.elh iMarkln and William P(,II.K-k' 
Bell: 

Mary Jant'' Bell 

I For her record, see jxiiie 119) 

(3) John P. Markle 

Born Dec. 27, 186.3. in Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Nov. 26. 1890. in Westmoreland County. Pa. 
MARRIED to Elizabeth (Lizzie I Beer (Bairl. 

ONE CHILD of John P.' and Elizabeth (Baer) Markle: 
John Ralph'' Markle 

Living 193.5 in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

(4) Sheparcl Edward Markle 

Born Mar. 12. 1868. in Westmoreland Countv. Pa. 
Died Dec. 10. 1902. in Scotldale. Pa. 
MARRIED to Lida Work. 

ONE CHILD of Shepard Eduaid' and Lida I Work I Markle: 
Edna Isabel' Markle 

(5) George Lloyd' Markle 

Born July 17. 187.3. near West Nculnn. Pa. 

Living 193.0 in Scotldale. Pa. 
His occupation: Dentist. 
UNMARRIED. 

(5) Roxanna' (Roxie) Markle 

Born Feb. 28. 1832. in South Huntingdon Tup.. Westmoreland (bounty. Pa. 
Died May 6, 191.5. in West Newton, Pa. 
MARRIED Dec. 26. 1!!72, to Dr. W. N. Miller. 

ONE CHILD of Roxanna' ( Markle l and Dr. W. \. Miller: 
Cora Miller 

MARRIED to Frank Wilier. 
Living 193.5 in Pittsburgh. Pa. 

(6) Sidnie* Markle 

Born Mar. 23. 1831. in South Huiilingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died 1918 in West Newton. Pa. 
MARRIED Mar. 11. 18.56. to Robcrl Tavlor, 

FOUR CHILDREN ..f Sidnir' iMarkld and Kobcrl Taylor: 

(1) Ada Taylor 

Living 1935 in \^ est Newton. Pa. 
MARRIED to Dr. Sutton. 



272 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(2) Carrie Taylor 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh, Pa. 
MARRIED to William Vandyke. 

NOTE: There are two other children. 

(7) Airayadney^ Markle 

(8) Hannah* Markle 

(9) Daughter* (name unknown), twin. 

Died young. 

(10) Daughter* (name unknown), twin. 

Died young. 

(11) GEORGE WASHINGTON* MARKLE 

(See Fourth Generation, pa^e 273-274) 

(12) Margaret (Maggie) L.* Markle 

Born Mar. 17, 1844, in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Died June 25, 1920, in West Ne^vton, Pa. 

UNMARRIED. 



FOURTH GENERATION 

GENERAL CYRUS PAINTER* MARKLE (Gen. Jo8eph% GaspardS John 
Chrisman^ ) 

Born Apr. 10, 1810, in Millgrove. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died Oct. 27, 1882, in Millgrove, Westmoreland County. Pa. 
MARRIED May 5. 1835. to Sarah Anna Lippencott in Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 
She was born June 12, 1814, in Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
She died Nov. 26. 1868, in Millgrove, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
HER PARENTS: James and Margaret Lippencott. 

ELEVEN CHILDREN of General Cyrus Painter* and Sarah Anna (Lippencott) 
Markle: 

( 1 ) Margaret Ann ' Markle 

(Twin to Mary Elizabeth) 
Born Jan. 28, 1836. 

MARRIED to Thomas McMasters of Turtle Creek. Pa. 
ONE CHILD of Margaret Ann'* (Markle) and Thomas McMasters: 
Rachel McMasters 

MARRIED Oct. 13, 1881, to Mortimer C. Miller. 
He died in Nov., 1933. 

TWO CHILDREN of Rachel (McMasters) and Mortimer C. Miller: 
Rachel McMasters (married to Roy Arthur Hunt) 
and George Torrence Miller. 

(2) Mary Elizabeth' Markle 

(Twin to Margaret Ann) 
Born Jan. 28. 1836: died June 14, 1843. 

(3) Joseph L.^ Markle 

Born Nov. 7, 1837; died July 4, 1843. 

(4) Jesse Henry' Markle 

Born Jan. 8, 1839; died June 10, 1843. 

(5) CASSIUS CLAY MARKLE 

{See Fifth Generation, page 274-275) 



THE MARKLE FAMILY 273 

(6) Shepard Brown ' MarkJe 

(Twin to Cyrus Fainter) 
Born May 15, 1844; iHed Mav 5, 1900, in Millgrove, Pa. 
MARRIED June 11. K'74. to Isabella Carothers. 
She was born Oct 18. '852, in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland 

County. Pa. She died Dec. 18, 1924. 
HER PARENTS: James P. and Jane (Moore) Carothers. 
She (Isabella Carothers) was a great-granddaughter of Rev. James Power, 

one of the Pioneer Ministers of the Presljyterian Church in Western 

Pennsylvania, and founder of Old Sewickley Church. 

TEN CHILDREN of Shepard Brown' and Isabella I Carothers I Markle: 

Sara Ann' (marriexl to Edgar 1. Mills), Jean Carothers" 
(married to Charles W. Fallen). Margaret McMasters" 
(married to Dr. Alhert R. Trevaskis), Emilie Larimer" 
(married to Thomas J. Parker), Cyrus Painter" (mar- 
ried to Anna Millei), Shepard Brown", Jr. (married to 
Dora Elizabeth Sutton), Joseph" (unmarried), Grace 
Dick" (unmarried), Cornelia Tinstman", and James 
Carothers' Markle. 

(7) Cyrus Painter' Markle, Jr. 

(Twin to Shepard Brown I 
Born May 15. 1844: died Jan. 8. 1815. 

(8) Mary Emily- Markle 

Born Sept. 7, 1846. 

MARRIED May 21. 1868. to John McMasters Larimer. 
He was born May 24. 1843. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Mary Emily' (Markle) and John McMasters 
Larimer : 

Cyrus Markle, James Irwin, Nancy McMasters, Thomas Mc- 
Masters. John McMasters ( married to Lorraine Goehring) , 
Cornelius King, and Paul Wilfred Larimer (married to 
Irene Simpson). 

(9) Harriet Cornelia' Markle 

Born Sept. 28, 1847. 

MARRIED July 1, 1875, to A. O. Tinslman. 

He was born Sept. 13, 1834. in East Huntingdon Twj).. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
ONE CHILD of Harriet Cornelia' (Markle I and A. O. Tinstinuii: 

Cyrus Painter Markle Tinstman (married to Bess K. 
Dunlap). 

(10) Amanda ' Markle 

Born Juh 26. 18.50: died Nov. 18, 1850. 

(11) Winfield Scott Markle 

Born Feb. 14. 18.52; died Nov., 1853. 

FOURTH GENERATION 
4. GEORGE WASHINGTON^ MARKLE (General Joseph, GaspardS John 
Chrisman') ^ 

Born Dec. 2, 1841. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Died Aug. 10, 1912. in Greensburg. Pa. 

Buried in Markle Cemetery. Millgrove. Westmoreland County, Pa. 



274 THE BOYD FAMILY 

MARRIED June 3, 1875. to Elizabeth Larimer'* Boyd m Westmoreland County, Pa. 

(See page 107) 
She was born Sept. I. 1845. in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa. 
She died Feb. 8, 1921. in Greensburg. Pa. 

Buried in Markle Cemetery, Millgrove, Westmoreland County, Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Robert Larimer* and Nancy (McAyeal) Boyd. 

{See page 81-82) 
SIX CHILDREN of George Washington* and Elizabeth Larimer^ (Boyd) Markle: 

(1) Edith Boyd Markle 

Born Aug. 22. 187G. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland 
County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. (R.F.D. Jll. 

MARRIED July 24. 1894. to David L. Hunter in Sewickley Township. 

Westmoreland County, Pa. 

{See page 152 and 176) 
He was born Feb. 11. 1875, in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
He died Sept. 3. 1931. in South Huntingdon Twp.. Westmoreland County. 

Pa. 
Buried in Old Sewickley Church Cemetery. 

HIS PARENTS: Archibald Boyd and Sarah Florence"' (Bell) Hunter. 
{See page 113) 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Edith Boyd'* (Markle) and David L. Hunter: 

William Lloyd, Florence Elizabeth, George Boyd, Mildred 
May, Mabel Edith, Emma Alice, Margaret Ruth and 
David Bennett Hunter. 

( For their reconh. see page 228-231 ) 

(2) La-wrence .'Vlvin' Markle 

(3) Alice' Markle 

(4) Harry Wilmer ' Markle 

(5) Robert Lloyd' Markle 

(6) Margaret Elizabeth"' Markle 

(For their records, see page 152-153) 

FIFTH GENERATION 

5. CASSIUS CLAY' MARKLE (Gen. Cyrus Painter*, Gen. Joseph^ Gas- 
pard^, John Chrisman') 

Born Oct. 31. 1840: died Mar. 20. 1905. 
MARRIED Feb. 21. 1865, to Mary Ann Overholt. 
She was born July 1. 1846; died Aug. 1. 1935. 

SIX CHILDREN of Cassius Clay' and Mary Ann (Overholt) Markle: 

( 1 ) Cyrus Painter" Markle 
Born Feb. 12, 1866. 

MARRIED Oct. 10. 1899, to Margaret Christian Rohland. 
She was born July 6, 1875. 

THREE CHILDREN of Cyrus Painter" and Margaret Christian (Rohland) 
Markle: 

Mary Jane", Margaret Ann' and Frank Stark" Markle. 

(2) Thomas McMaslers" Markle 

Born Feb. 25, 1868. 



THE MARKLE FAMILY 275 

(3) Mary Overholt' Markle 

Born Sept. 13. 1870. 

MARRIED Oct. 25. 1!!92. to Jnmes Wade Shupe. 
He was born Jan. 18. 1861; died Dec. 23, 1903. 
CHILDREN: None. 

(4) Sarah Bessie" Markle 

Born Feb. 2, 1872: died Nov. 23. 1873. 

(5) Jessie Benton" Markle 

Born Mar. 25. 1875. 

MARRIED Oct. 19, 1893. to Theodore Hawley. 
He was born Jan. 8. 1862. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Jessie Benton" (Markle) and Theodore Hawley: 

Eleanor (married to R. W. Harris), Dorothy (married to 
Charles Milton LaCourse), Margery (married to Basil 
Stewart Dwyer), Gertrude (married to Dr. J. A. Thibo- 
deau) and Theodore Hawley, Jr. (married to Margaret 
Locke). 

(6) Margaret Zigler" Markle 

Born Mar. 8. 1875. 

MARRIED Aug. 16, 1898, to Frank \V. Jackson. 
He was born June 6, 1875. 

TWO CHILDREN of Margaret Zigler" (Markle) and Frank W. Jackson: 
Marian Markle (married to John Q. Robinson) and Mar- 
garet Wade Jackson (married to Lewis Potter Murphy). 



276 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE McGREW FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. ROBERT' (MacGREW) McGREW, The Immigrant. 

Born about 1675 in Scotland or Ireland. 

Buried in Chestnut Hill Burial Ground in Adams, or Cumberland County, Pa. 
(Ref. History of Washington County. Pa., in an account of Finley McGrew.) 

MARRIED to Isabella in County Tyrone, Ireland. 

She was buried in Chestnut Hill Burial Ground in Adams County. Pa., with her 
husband. 

Robert' and his wife, Isabella, came to the colony of Pennsylvania from County 
Tyrone, Ireland, about 1726-27. With them came their five sons and two 
grandchildren. Archibald and Catherine (children of John^ McGrew). It is 
probable that this family came first to New Castle in Delaware before actually 
settling in Adams County. Pa. 

Their first home, it appears, must have been within the limits of what would now 
be Lancaster County. Pa., jnit that with the granting of the licenses to settle 
across the Susquehanna in what is now Adams County, (until 1800 it was York 
County). Robert' McGrew took advantage of the opening of this land and, with 
his sons, settled in Adams County. Lancaster County was formed in 1729, Yopk 
in 1749, and Adams in 1800. 

The family were Episcopalian when they came over, but two sons intermarried 
with Quaker wives, and they followed the Quaker form of devotion, which led 
to the inference that the family were Quaker immigrants. 

The Quaker Church they attended originally, about 1790, was the Westland 
Monthly Meeting at West Brownville, Washington County, Pa. Afterwards 
the Sewickley Monthly Meeting was established in Westmoreland County. Pa., 
and when that was discontinued the records were "laid down" at Salem. 0. 

The following is a sketch from the History of the McGrew Family, prepared for 
the McGrew Reunion to he held at Olynipia Park, near McKeesport. Pa., 
August 15, 1912. bv James C. McGrew. late of Kingwood. Virginia.: 
There is no doubt that the McGrews who migrated from Ireland to America 
about 1726 were native Scots or descendants of Scotch immigrants, who left 
Scotland to avoid (as Quakers I religious persecution. The name 'McGrew' is 
Celtic, and should be spelled 'MacGrew' as many other names are spelled." He 
wrote further that he had often heard his father say that his grandfather came 
to America wearing a blue Scotch bonnet, doubtless a Glengarry cap, still worn 
in Scotland. 

The McGrews of Scotland belonged to the Buchanan Clan. 

The following was written by Samuel McGrew. of Sewickley Township. Westmore- 
land County, Pa., in the year 1844: 

"On the state of their wealth at the time of their emigration, history is silent, but 
1 infer from the fact that they gave the Township in which they settled in Adams 
County, the name of the County from which they came in Ireland, that is. 
Tyrone, that they were of some note at the time of their emigration." 

The Bible of James C* McGrew is in possession of Carl McGrew of Uhrichsville, 
0. From that source the records were obtained for the children of Robert*. 
James-, and Finley- McGrew. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Robert' and Isabella McGrew: 
(1) JOHN= McGREW 

(See Second Generation, page 277-278) 



THE McGREW FAMILY 277 

(2) FINLEY^ McGREW 

{See Second Generation, page 278-279) 

(3) William- McGrew 

(4) Alexander- McGrew 

(5) JAMES-' McGREW 

(5ee Second Generation, page 279-280) 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. JOHN- McGREW (Robert ) 

Born about 1700 in County Tyrone. Ireland. Died about 1775. 
Buried in Chestnut Hill Burying Ground. Adams County, Pa. 
His will was dated July 26, 1775. probated Dec. 6. 1775. iRef. Book C. p. 325. 
York County (now Adams). Pa.. Court House. I 
Bequests: To wife, Elizabeth. 

To son, Archibald. Vo of my clothing and he is to be residuary 

legatee. 
To son. William Yz of m\ clothing and he is to be residuary legatee. 
To daughter. Catherine, wife of \^'iiliam Boyd, a bond due from said 

William Boyd. 
To grandson. John, son of Archibald, land whereon I now dwell and 
he to pay yearly rent to my wife and after her death he is to pay 
to my daughter Catherine, the wife of William Boyd, £150. 
To grandsons, Robert. James and John Maxwell, each £5. 
To John Coleance and James Bracken, churchwardens of Christ 
Church of Huntingdon Township, £1 for the poor. 
Executors: Sons, Archibald and William McGrew. 
Witnesses: John Bracken, Elizabeth Bracken and Martha McGrew. 

MARRIED about 1721 to Elizabeth in County Tyrone, Ireland. 

They came to America with his parents in 1726, bringing their two small children, 

Archibald and Catherine, with them. 
He took out warrants for land in 1741, and in 1742 located in Tyrone Township, 

York County (now Adams County). Pa. He was in York County until 1800, 

when the County of Adams was formed. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of John- and Elizabeth McGrew. 

(1) CATHERINE McGREW 

{See Third Generation, page 280) 

(2) ARCHIBALD McGREW 

(See Third Generation, page 280-282) 

(3) James" McGrew 

Born in County Tyrone, Ireland. 

MARRIED to Catherine 

SON of James' and Catherine McGrew : 

Isaac 

Died young. 

(4) Isabella^ McGrew 

Born in Pennsylvania. Died before 1775. 
MARRIED to John Maxwell. 



278 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THREE CHILDREN of Isabella iMcGrewl and John Maxwell (men- 
tioned in their grandfather's will I : 

James, Robert and John MaxweU. 

(5) Mary- McGrew 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

MARRIED to Mr. Dodd?. 

(6) Margaret' McGrew 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

MARRIED to Mr. Mitrheil. 

(7) William McGrew 

Born in Pennsylvania. Died in 1792. 

MARRIED in 1756 to Margaret' Bracken, sister of Martha'. 
(See Bracken Fninih. page 239-240) 



SECO^n GFA'FR ITIOX 

2. FINLEY McGREW (Robert) 

Born in Ireland. Died about 1766 in Adams County. Pa. 

Buried in Friends Bur\ ing Ground. Menellon Township, Adams Countv, Pa. 

MARRIED to Elizabeth Laurin. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Finle>- and Elizai)elh i Laurin I McGrew: 

(1) James' McGrew 
Born about 1744-4.5. 

Buried in Friends Rur\ing Ground. Sewicklev Township. Westmoreland 

County. Pa. 
MARRIED to Jane. 

(2) Nathan ' McGrew 

Born in 1746. Died in Sewickley. Pa. 

Buried in Friends Burying Ground, Sewicklev Township, Westmoreland 

Countv. Pa. 
MARRIED to Martha Hendricks. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Nathan^ and Martha i Hendricks) McGrew: 

(1) Finley^ McGrew 

(2) Samuel* McGrew 

Was living in 1844. 

MARRIED to Deboraii McGrew. 

NINE CHILDREN of SamueP and Deborah (McGrew I McGrew: 
Martha'. Elizabeth", Finley\ Jane% Jame8% Nathan', 
Mary\ Archibald and Hulda McGrew. 

(3) Nathan' McGrew 

(4) Mary' McGrew 
(.5) Martha* McGrew 

Was living in 1844. 

(6) James* McGrew 

Was living in 1844. 

(7) Stephen' McGrew 

Was living in 1844. 



THE McGREW FAMILY 279, 

(3) William' McGrew 

Born about 174!'.-iy. 

Buried in Friends Bur\ inj; (Iruunil. Sewiikic) Toun.'-liii). \\ esUiioreland 
County, Pa. 

(4) Finley' McGrew 

Born in 1751. 

Buried in Columbiana County, O. 
MARRIED to Mary Hendricks. 
(5) Isabella' McGrew 

Born and died in 1752. 

(6) Peter' McGrew 
Born in 1755. 

Buried in Bedford County. Pa. 
MARRIED to Patienre Hendricks. 

(7) Archibald McGrew 

Born in 1757. 

SECOND GENERATION 

^AMES- McGREW (Robert) 

Born in Ireland. Died aged about 86 years. 

Buried in Friends Burying Ground. Menellon Township. Adams Coutil^v. Pa. 

.CARRIED 1736 to Mary Finley. 

She died before 1767. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of James- and Mary (Finley) McGrew: 

(1) FINLEY McGREW 

(See Third Gcncnilion. [)ap:e 282-284} 

(2) Deborah McGrew 

Born July 14, 1739. 

MARRIED in 1758 to Joseph Blackburn. 

(3) Ann- McGrew 

Born Apr. 27. 1711. 

Buried in Friends Burying Ground. Sewickley Township. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
Lived to an advanced age. 
MARRIED to Elijah Newlin. 

(4) Nathan' McGrew 

Born Apr. 10. 1743. Died in 1769. 

MARRIED to Rachel Blackburn in 1767. 

DAUGHTER of Nathan^ and Rachel (Blackburn) McGrew: 

Rebecca' McGrew 

MARRIED lo John Hutton. 

(5) Simon' McGrew 
Born Nov. 5. 1745. 

Buried in Friends Burying Ground. Sewickley Township. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
Lived to an advanced age. 



280 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(6) Mary^ McGrew 

Born Nov. 5. 1748. 

Buried in Friends Buryino; Ground. Sewickley Township. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
Lived to an advanced age. 
MARRIED in 1767 to Moses Blackburn. 

(7) James B.^ McGrew 

Born June 25. 1750. Died June 12, 1818. 

Buried in Friends Burying Ground. Sewickley Township. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
MARRIED in 177-3 to Elizabeth McFerran. 

{See page 284) 
She was born Nov. 1, 1755. She died Feb. 10, 1823. 

Removed in 1794 to Redstone. Pa. 

TWELVE CHILDREN of James B.^ and Elizabeth (McFerran) McGrew: 
Archibald^ (married to Susanna Gilbert), Jo8eph% Simon'', 
Finley\ Thoma8% John B.% Mary* (married to Joel Hut- 
ton), Jacob', Nathan' (married to Elizabeth Winder), 
Jane^ (married to Jacob' McGrew), James 3/ and Deb- 
orah* McGrew (married to Samuel McGrew). 
James" McGrew MARRIED second to Marv Ridg^vay. 



THIRD GE\ERAT10.\ 

3. CATHERINE^ McGREW (John-, Robert') 

Born 1724 in County Tyrone. Ireland. 

Died Oct. 26 (or Apr. 26). 1828, aged 104 years. 

Buried in Westmoreland County. Pa. 

She was about two years of age when her parents brought her to America from 

Ireland. 
MARRIED 1744-48 to William'^ Boyd in York County (now Adams County), Pa. 

( See page 29-31 ) 
He was born about 1726 in the northern part of Ireland. 

He died 1785 in Cumberland Township. York County (now Adams County). Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: William' and Margaret Boyd. 

(See page 27-29} 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See page 45-47) 
NINE CHILDREN of Catherine" (McGrew) and William^ Boyd; 

William% Rosanna% Mary', John', Janet% Elizabeth% Robert^ 
Benjamin^ and Archibald^ Boyd. 

{For their records, see page 47-51) 



THIRD GENERATION 

ARCHIBALD' McGREW (John-, Robert') 

Born in County Tyrone. Ireland. Died about 1805. 

He was a Lieutenant in the French and Indian war services. . . . He signified his 

inclination to serve his king and his country as a Captain of Rangers. He was 

a juryman and coroner. (Ref. History of York County. Pa., by Gibson, p. 105 

and 107.) 
His will was dated 1802, probated 1805. York County (now Adams County), Pa. 

(.Ref. Will Book A. p. 291.) 



THE McGREW FAMILY 281 

Bequests: To wife. Martha. 

To son, John, and his childifn, Jean and Aiihihald. 

To grandchildren. William. Catherine and Esther Boyd, children of 

John Boyd (and daughter Ruth I. 
To grandson, Archibald Flatcher, son of John Flatcher. 
To granddaughter. Mary McGrew. daughter of Alexander McGrew/ 
To granddaughter, Mary McGrew, daughter of Archibald McGrew. 
To granddaughter. Martha, daughter of son William, deceased. 
To granddaughters, Margaret. Martha and Mary Carson, children of 

Moses Carson. 
To grandchildren. James, Weakle>. Martha. Jean. Elisa and Maria 

McGrew, children oT son William, deceased. 
To grandson. Archibald McGrew, son of Archibald. 
To grandson, Archibald McGrew. son of Alexander. 
MARRIED to Martha^ Bracken. 

(5ee Bracken Family, page 240) 

CHILDREN of Archibald^ and Martha^ ( Bracken I McGrew : 

(1) Ruth^ McGrew 

MARRIED before 1785 to John' Boyd. 

She was living in 1825, and in 1832 was of South Huntingdon Township, 
Westmoreland County. Pa. 

(See page 47-48) 
(See Bracken Family, page 240) 
He was born in 1761. 

Died Feb. 12, 1815, in Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Buried in Old Sewickley (now Old Dick) Cemetery, near West Newton. Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: William^ and Catherine' (McGrew I Boyd. 
( See page 29-31 ) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

( See page 47-51 1 

SIX CHILDREN of Ruth^ (McGrew I and John' Boyd: 

Esther Hettie% William M.% Catherine', John*, Isabella* 
and Margaret' Boyd. 

( For their records, see page 48) 

(2) John* McGrew 

TWO CHILDREN as mentioned in their grandfather's will: 
Jean' and Archibald' McGrew 

(3) Archibald* McGrew 

TWO CHILDREN as mentioned in their grandfather's will: 
Mary^ and Archibald^ McGrew 

(4) William* McGrew 

SIX CHILDREN as mentioned in tlieir grandfather's will: 

James ', Weakley \ Martha, Jean ', Elisa ' and Maria ' McGrew. 

(5) Alexander* McGrew 

TWO CHILDREN as mentioned in their grandfather's will : 
Mary^ and Archibald' McGrew 

(6) Daughter 

MARRIED to John Flatcher. 



282 THE BOYD FAMILY 

ONE CHILD as mentioned in his grandfather's will: 
Archibald Flatcher 

(7) Daughter 

MARRIED to Moses Carson. 

THREE CHILDREN as mentioned in their grandfather's will: 
Margaret, Martha and Mary Carson 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. FINLEY* McGREW (James, Robert") 

Born Jan. 13. 1735. Died Apr. 12, 1812. 

Buried in Friends Burying Ground, Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, 

Pa. 
His will probated in 1812. 
MARRIED in 1759 to Dinah Cox. 
She was born in 1735. She died Nov. 20. 1819. 
Removed in 1787 to Redstone. Pa. 

NINE CHILDREN of Finler' and Dinah (Cox) McGrew: 

(1) John" McGrew 

Born Oct. 13, 1760. Died Jan. 2. 1824. 
MARRIED Apr. 20, 1782, to Alice Pugheb. 

She died Apr. 8, 1799. 

John* McGrew MARRIED second July 9. 1801. to Elizabeth Miller. 

She was born Apr. 10. 1772. She died Apr. 25. 1864. 

(2) James C.* McGrew 

Born Nov.. 1761. Died Nov. 24, 1836. 
MARRIED Jan. 1. 1795. to Rachel Walker. 
She was born Feb. 13. 1772. She died Jan. 1. 1843. 

His family Bible, in possession of Carl McGrew of L'hrichsville. 0., fur- 
nished many of the dates in this lineage. 

(3) Mary* McGrew 
Born Oct. 2. 1763. 

MARRIED Sept. 25, 1784 to Jacob Ong. 

His occupation : Quaker preacher. 

He was born Jan. 24. 1760. He died in 1857. 

(4) Nathan* McGrew 

Born June 1. 1765. 

(5) .Finley* McGrew 

'Born Apr. 27, 1767. 

(6) Dinah* McGrew 

Born Apr. 9. 1769. 

MARRIED to John Cox. 

(7) Rebecca* McGrew 

Born Sept. 16, 1770, in Adams County, Pa. 

Died Nov. 10. 1852. in Sewickley Township. ^Westmoreland County, Pa. 

MARRIED in 1788 to James Mains in Adams County. Pa. 

He was born in 1767. 

He died in 1847 in Sewickley Township. \W'estmoreland County. Pa. 

His will was probated in 1847. 



>e THE McGREW FAMILY 283 

SIXTEEN CHILDREN of Rebecca^ (McGrewl and James Mains: 

(1) Finley Mains 

Born Dec. 17, 1789. Died Apr. 3. 1844. 

MARRIED July 4. 1811, to Jean Watson in Sewickley Meeting.- 

Westmoreland County, Pa. 
She was born Feb. 22, 1793. Died Apr. 4, 1874. 

TEN CHILDREN of Finley and Jean (Watson) Mains: 

JACOB (gee page 284), Watson, Rebecca, James, 
Mary Jane, Simon McGrew, Eliza Ann, Elizabeth, 
Jesse and Rachel Mains. 

(2) Elizabeth Mains 

Born Oct. 1. 1790. 

MARRIED to Simon Newlin. 

(3) Dinah Mains 

Born Mar. 18. 1793. . 

MARRIED to Will Marsh. 

(4) Mary Mains 

Born Mar. 1. 179.5. 

MARRIED to Mr. Hendrick.s. 

(5) Sarah Mains 

Born Dec. 17. 1796. 

MARRIED to Moser Megrail. 

(6) Jane Mains 

Born Oct. 24. 1 797. 

MARRIED to Elijah Taylor. 

(7) Rebecca Mains 

Born Dec. 1.5. 1799. 

MARRIED to George Marsh. 

(8) Margaret Mains 

Born June 1.5. 1801. Died in 1863. 
MARRIED to Isace Price. 

(9) James Mains 

Born July 28, 1805. 

MARRIED to Nancy Greenauah. 

(10) Deborah Mains 

Born Oct. 7. 1807. 

MARRIED to William Shaner. 

(11) John Mains 

Born July 9. 1809. Died Jan. 15. 1880. 
MARRIED to Elizabeth Newlin. 

(12) Anna Mains 
MARRIED to Joel Hutton. 

(13) Elma Mains 
MARRIED to Jesse Taylor. 

NOTE: Three other children, died in infancy. 



284 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(8) Margaret^ McGrew 
Born Oct. 10, 1777. 

MARRIED to Samuel Wilson. 

(9) Jacob^ McGrew 

MARRIED to Jane* McGrew. 

She was born Nov. 19, 1778. She died Nov. 9, 1843. 
HER PARENTS: James B. and Elizabeth (McFerran) McGrew. 
{See page 280) 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND NANCY (SMALL) MAINS 

I Son of Finley and Jean (Watson I Mains.) 
( See page 283 1 
JACOB MAINS 

Born Mar. 3. 1812. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County- Pa. 
Died Jan. 29. 1884. in Cowensburg, Pa. 

MARRIED Mar. 10. 1836. to Nancy Small in Smithfield M. E. Church. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 
She was born Apr. 17, 1810. Died June 23, 1887. 

TEN CHILDREN of Jacob and Nancy (Small! Mains: 

Rebecca, Mary Ann, Jacob. NANCY (See page 284), Jemima, 
Elizabeth, Annie, Sarah Margaret, George and Abraham Maine. 

NANCY MAINS 

Born Mar. 15, 1845. in Cowensburg. Pa. Died Sept. 12, 1912, in Boston. Pa. 
MARRIED June 18. 1863. to James Culbert Brown in Cowensburg. Pa. 
He was born May 11. 1839. Died June 17, 1910. 

TWELVE CHILDREN of Nancy (Mains) and James Culbert Brown: 

Mary Eliza, Jane Watson. Robert Culbert, James Austin, Jacob 
Franklin, Nannie, William Elmer. John Harvey, ARMINTHA 
(See page 284). George Bernard, Harry Finley and Nancy 
Margaret Brown. 

ARMINTHA BROWN 

Born Jan. 10. 1879. in Boston. Allegheny County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cambridge. 0. ( 131 N. Sixth St. ) 
MARRIED June 2. 1898. to John Arthur Johns in Youngstown, 0. 
He was born Feb. 12, 1875. in Bettews. Glamorganshire. Wales. 
He died Feb. 13. 1935. in Cambridge, O. 

TWO CHILDREN of Armintha (Brown I and John Arthur Johns: 

(1) Llewellyn James Johns 

Born July 3, 1899, in Scott Haven, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cambridge. O. (131 N. 6th St.) 

His occupation: Naval officer. U.S.N. (U.S.S. Pennsylvania. U.S.N.) 

Mailing address, c o Post Master. San Francisco. Calif. 
UNMARRIED. 

(2) Mary Bernice Johns 

Born Mar. 20. 1902. in Scott Haven, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Cambridge. 0. (131 N. 6th St.) 

Her occupation: Teacher. 

UNMARRIED. 

She has compiled the McGrew records. 



THE PARRISH FAMILY 285 

THE PARRISH FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. EDWARD' PARRISH, The Inunigrant to Maryland. 

Born about 1640, probably in England (or Virginia). 

Died 1680. intestate, in the early spring of the year, at his home place in West 

River Hundred, on Herring Creek, about seven miles below Annapolis. Anne 

Arundel County, Md. Buried there, with wife, Clara. 
MARRIED about 1640 to Clara, in Maryland. (Her maiden name is unknown.) 
His occupation: : Planter. 
She was born about 1640-42. 
She died before 1720 at her home place. Buried there. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Edward' and Clara Parrish: 

Edward-, John% Aiiiv, Mary- and WILLIAM- PARRISH (See 
Second Generation, page 285). 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. WILLI AM= PARRISH (Edward') 

Born about 1678 in Anne Arundel County. Md. 

Died about 1771-72 in Baltimore County. Md. 

Buried in Gunpowder Burial Ground, Baltimore County, Md. 

MARRIED before 1718 to Susannah. (Her maiden name is unknown.) 

His occupation : Planter. 

She was born about 1678-80. Died after 1756. 

SIX CHILDREN of William- and Susannah Parrish: 

Edward, William, JOHN' (See Third Generation, page 285), 
Su8annah% Mary^ and Joseph^ Parrish. 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. JOHN' PARRISH (William-, Edward) 

Born 30 da. 4 mo.. 1720, in Baltimore County. Md. 

Died 2 da. 8 mo., 1796, in Baltimore County, Md. 

Buried in Gunpowder Meeting Burial Ground, Baltimore County, Md. 

MARRIED 30 da. 1 mo., 1744, to Mary^ Price in Baltimore County, Md. (Ref. 
Minutes of Gunpowder Monthly Meeting. Book "A," page 8, 1739-1768, 36 wit- 
nesses.) 

She was born 20 da. 1 mo.. 1726. in Baltimore County. Md. 

She died 21 da. 8 mo.. 1793, in Baltimore. Md. 

Buried in Gunpowder Meeting Burial Ground, Baltimore. Md. 

HER PARENTS: John' and Rebecca' (Merryman) Price. 

SEVEN CHILDREN of John' and Mary^ (Price) Parrish: 

Hannah% Mordecai% Mary Elizabeth', MORDECAP (See Fourth 
Generation, page 285-286). Aquilla% Rebecca' and Ann Mariah' 
Parrish. 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4. MORDECAP PARRISH (John , William", Edward) 

Born 2 da. 2 mo., 1755. in Baltimore County. Md. 

(Ref. Gunpowder Monthly Meeting, Book A, page 6.) 
Died Oct. 11. 1826. in Cadiz. 0. Buried there in Old Cemetery. 



286 THE BOYD FAMILY 

MARRIED 28 da. 9 mo.. 1775. to Rachel Malone of Baltimore County, Md., in 
Baltimore County. Md. I Ref. Minutes of Gunpowder Monthly Meeting. Book 
A, page 267. 1739-1768. 37 witnesses. Also Shelf 123 A. page 267. Gun- 
powder records.) 

She was born Feb. 11, 1754, in Maryland. She died Nov. 2. 1837. in Ohio. 

HER PARENTS: John and Edith (Cole I Malone (Malloneel of Baltimore 
County. Md. 

NINE CHILDREN of Mordecai^ and Rachel I Malone I Parrish: 

Mary, Edith% BENJAMIN (See Fifth Generation, page 286), 
Peter', John\ Mordecai '. L'rith'. Leonard^ and Jarrett" (Jaret) 
Parrish. 

FIFTH GENERATION 

5. BENJAMIN PARRISH (Mordecai% John% William', Edward) 

Born Feb. 9. 1730, in Baltimore County. Md. 

Died Mar. 6. 1865. in Cadiz. 0.. aged 85 years. 27 days. Buried there in Old 
Cemetery. 

MARRIED Apr. 7. 1807. to Catharine Tenner of Baltimore County. Md., in Balti- 
more. Md. (Ref. Records in Baltimore Court House Marriages of this date.) 

She was born in 1783 in Baltimore County. Md. 

She died in 1847 in Cadiz. 0.. aged 64 years. Buried there in Old Cemetery. 

HER PARENTS: George and Hannah Tenner. 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Benjamin^ and Catharine (Tenner) Parrish: 

John% KERENHAPPUCH (See Sixth Generation, page 286), 
Charles Alberf*, Joshua', Mary R.". Racher. Elizabeth J/ and 
Susannah*' Parrish. 

SIXTH GENERATION 

6. KERENHAPPUCH^ PARRISH (Benjamin, Mordecai\ John\ William% 

Edward') 
Born Oct. 27, 1810. in Baltimore County, Md. 
Died Mar. 31. 1858. in McLean County. III. Buried there, but was later removed 

to the Bovd Lot in the Cemetery at Butler. Bates County. Mo. 
MARRIED June 30. 1835. to John D. ■ Boyd in Cadiz. 0.. by Rev. William Tag- 

gart. (Ref. Record Book B, page 400. or Book C. page 221. Harrison County. 

0.. Court House.) 

(See page 38-39) 

His occupation: Fur buver. stock raiser and farmer. 
He was born May 19. 1806. in Westmoreland County. Pa. 

He died Feb. 26. 1889. in Butler. Mo. Buried there in the Boyd Cemetery Lot. 
HIS PARENTS: William^ and Elizabeth (Kelly) Boyd. 

{See page 37-38) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 54-57) 

TEN CHILDREN of Kerenhappuch" (Parrish) and John D.' Boyd: 

.\lbert Canady", Hannah Jane'*. Benjamin Parrish". William Mar- 
tin'', John Finley% Hiram Clyde% Catherine Mary**, Charles Wil- 
son*', Mariah Emma'' and Ida May** Boyd. 

(For their records, see page 39 and 57-61 ) 

NOTE: For complete Parrish Family records, see "The Parrish Family," 
published 1935, by Scott Lee Boyd. 



THt; PLHKV FAMILY 287 

THE PERRY FAMILY 

FIRST (;K.\i:iirri()\ 

1. WILLIAM' PERKY 

Roin about 1769. 

Died in 1838 near Leliaiidii. i!iis-.rll (^huhIn. \ a., im laiiil imw (i\Mii-tl hy (Jeorge 

Williams (19351. 
He was of Russell (^ounlv. Va. 
MARRIED to Nancy Johnson. 
She was born about 17G3. Died before 1833. 
HER PARENTS: Richard and Prisceila .|ohuM„i. 
HER GRANDPARENTS: William ,I..Iimso„. 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

Jane Johnson, husband, JcjIui liillen. 

Robert Johnson, wife. Sarah 

William Johnson. 

Margaret (Peggy I Johnson. L'lnuan ied. 

TEN CHILDREN of William' and \aMc\ (Johnsonl Perry: 

(1) Solomon- (SoHonion) Perry 

(2) William- Perry, Jr. 

(3) Delila- Perry 

(4) Samuel Abel- Perry 

(5) Dicey- Perry 

(6) Richard- Perrv 

(7) LITTLETON JEROME PERRY (No. 2) 

( .Sec Sccdiiil CeiicKilion. pniir '2fi7-28S I 

(8) Nancy- Perry, Jr. 

(9) Hannah- Perry 

(10) .Anna Margaret' Perry 

SECOND GENERATION ' 

2. LITTLETON JEROME PERRY (William) 

Born Feb. 29. 1807. in b'u.'^sell Countv. Va. 

(Ref. Bible of William' and Nancy Perry.) 
Died 1891 in Joplin. Jasper County. Mo. 
Buried in Peace CemeliM\. near Joplin. Mo. 
MARRIED Feb. .5. 1829. to Poll\ Fidlcn In Miinpdcn. Washingl.Mi C.onnlv. \a. 

(She was bis first cousin. I 
His occupation: Contractor. 
She was born between 180(1 and l.'lld. 

Buried near Alumwell. \ a. 

HER PARENTS: John and Jane I Johnson I Fidl<-n. 

(She was a sister of Nancy ijolmsoni I'err\. «h<. married William', father of 
Littleton Jerome- Perry. I 
NINE CHILDREN of Lilllclon Jerome- and IVdlv I Fullen I Perry: 

(1) NANCY JANE PERRY (No. 3) (1) Su.^an Hickman Perry 
[See Third Generalion. page 28H I (3) Eli/.i.hell. Perry 

(2) William Ballar.i Perry (6) Mary (Polly) Perry 

(3) Hannah Ann^ Perry (') Lilllelon James' Perry 

NOTE: There It ere tiro other rliildren. names unknonn. 



288 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Littleton Jerome- Perry MARRIED second Dec. 7. 1851, to Sarah Fleenor in 

Abingdon, Va. 
She was born Dec. 22, 1829. in Lee County, Va. 
She died Dec. 13. 1904. in Joplin. Mo. Buried in Peace Cemetery, near Jop- 

lin, Mo. 
HER PARENTS: Eli and Martha (Hampton) Fleenor. 

TEN CHILDREN of Littleton Jerome- and Sarah (Fleenor) Perry: 

(1) Eli Napoleon'' Perry (6) Virginia (Jennie) Ellen^ Perry 

(2) Levina^ Perry (7) Sarah Effa' Perry 

(3) Martha Perry (8) Lee Ida' Perry 

(4) Dicey May^ Perry (9) Stella J.= Perry 

(5) Richard Perry (10) WytheaP Perry 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. NANCY JANE PERRY (Littleton Jeronie% William') 
Born May 8. 1830, in Russell County, Va. 

Died Apr. 24, 1904. in Eldorado Springs, Mo. 
Buried in the Cullar Cemetery Lot, Butler. Mo. 

MARRIED Oct. 16. 1849. to John Wesley^ Cullar in Ravens Nest, Washington 
County, Va. 

[See Cullar Family, page 241-242) 
{See The Cullar Family, published by Scott Lee Boyd.) 

His occupation: Proprietor of general merchandise stores in Butler. .Appleton 

City and Eldorado Springs. Mo. 
He was born June 1. 1827. in Stokes County, N. C. 
He died Oct. 13. 1900. in Kansas City. Mo. 
Buried in the Cullar Cemetery Lot. Butler. Mo. 

HIS PARENTS: Joseph Tyson^ and Sarah (Sally) Martha (Moser) Cullar. 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

[See Cullar Family, page 241 ) 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Nancy Jane^ (Perry) and John Wesley^ Cullar: 

(1) MARY (MOLLIE) JANE^ CULLAR (No. 4) 

(See Fourth Generation, page 288-289) 

(2) Littleton King Haskel* Cullar 

(3) Ellen Delitha^ Cullar 

(4) Amanda Elizabeth^ Cullar 

(5) James L/ Cullar 

(6) Laura Alice^ Cullar 

(7) Ira^ Cullar 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4. MARY (MOLLIE) JANE^ CULLAR 

Born Aug. 3. 1850. in Abingdon. Washington County, Va. 
Died July 3. 1890. in Butler. Bates Countv. Mo. Buried there. 
MARRIED Nov. 13. 1872. to John Finley" Boyd in Butler, Mo. 

( See page 39-41 ) 

He was born May 10. 18 12. in Uluichsville. 0. 
He died July 21. 1910. in Monro\ia. Calif. 
Buried in the Boyd Cemetery Lot. Butler. Mo. 
HIS PARENTS: John D.' and Kerenhappuch'^ (Parrish) Boyd. 

{See page 38-39) 
(See Parrish Family, page 286) 



THE PERRY FAMILY 289 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS : 

{See page 57-61 1 

SIX CHILDREN of Mary (Mollie) Jane' (Cullai) and John !• inley" Boyd: 

(1) Cora Cullar Boyd (4) Clyde Hiram Boyd 

(2) Edwin Everett Boyd (5) Wallace WarJel Boy«l 

(3) Scott Lee' Boyd (6) Francis Eugene' Boyd 

(For llieir records, see pa^e 62-69) 
(See Cullar Fainilv. pnpe 242) 

NOTE: For complete Perry FniniLy records, see The Ferry Family, pub- 
lished by Scott Lee Boyd. 

For complete Cullar Family records, see The Cullar Family, published 
by Scott Lee Boyd. 



290 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE PINKERTON FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. JAMES' PINKERTON 

Born 1753, near Carlisle, Pa. 

Died Sept.. 1811. in Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

Buried in Sewicklev Church Burving Grounds. 

MARRIED to Mary 

He was a soldier in the I{e\c)lutionarv War. a private in Chester County Militia. 

(Ref. Pa. Arch., 5th Series. Vol. 15. p. 809.) 
In about 1783 he settled on Sewickley Creek. Westmoreland County. Pa., about 

two miles above Bells Mill. Pa. 
SEVEN CHILDREN of James' and Mary Pinkerton: 

(1) JOHN PINKERTON (4) James- Pinkerton 
{See Second Generation, page 290-291) (5) Robert- Pinkerton 

(2) David- Pinkerton (6) Mary- Pinkerton 

(3) William- Pinkerton (7) RaeheP Pinkerton 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. JOHN' PINKERTON (James') 

Born Oct. 15. 1801. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Mar. 29. 1877. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
His will was dated Nov. 8. 1873. probated in 1877. (Ref. Book 147. p. 66. West- 
moreland County. Pa. I 

Bequests: To son. James, certain estates and he to pav the following legacies 
from this est. 
To daughter. Jane, who has intermarried with Joseph Markle. 
To daughter. Elizabeth, who intermarried with Archibald Boyd. 
Release dated June 29. 1886, signed by Joseph Markle, Jane Markle, Archibald 
Boyd and Elizabeth Boyd. 
MARRIED to Mary Barr. 
HER PARENTS: John and Mary I Nelson I Barr. 

(He was a native of Ireland, and died in 1847. Buried in Old Sewickley U. P. 
Church Burying Grounds.) 

SIX CHILDREN of John- and Mary (Barr) Pinkerton: 

(1) Maria^ Pinkerton 

Born Mar. 27. 1830. 

MARRIED to John Griffith. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Maria^ (Pinkerton) and John Griffith. 
Emma. Jennie. Mary and Sarah Griffith. 

(2) James' Pinkerton 

Born May 8. 1832. in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died June 3. 1918. in Soutli Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland Coun- 
ty. Pa. 
MARRIED Oct. 13. 1882. lo Lucinda Miller^ SchoU. 

(See Scholl Family, page 297) 
HER PARENTS: Christian'' and Allyanne (Miller) SchoII. 

\ See Scholl Family, page 296) 
CHILDREN of James and Lucinda^ Miller (SchoU) Pinkerton: 
Mary Logan^ Pinkerton 

MARRIED to John Andrew^- Gaut. 

(See Gaut Family, page 249) 



THE PINKERTON FAMILY 291 

(3) Jane' I'inkerlon 

Born i\'o\. 11. lo3.). in Scmtli Huiiliiigflon Tnwnshi|). Westmoreland 
County, Pa. 

Died Aug. 11, 1923. in Scottdale. Westnion-laiiil Coiiiih. I'a. 

Buried there in Millgrove Cemetery. 

MARRIED Dec. 6, 1855, to Joseph^ Markle in South llunlingdoii Town- 
ship. Westmoreland County. Pa. 

(See Markle Family, page 270) 

He was born May o, lo30. in South Hunlingdon Township. Westmoreland 

County. Pa. 
He died Jan. 31, 1892. in South Huntington Township, Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
Buried there in Millgrove Cemetery. 

HIS PARENTS: General Joseph^ and Elizabeth (Painter) Markle. 
(See Markle Family, page 268-272) 

FIVE CHILDREN of Jane^ (PinkertonI and Joseph' Markle: 

Clara Ella\ Mary Elizabeth, John P.\ Shepard Edward^ 
and George Lloyd' Markle. 

(See Markle Family, page 270-271) 

(4) ELIZABETH PINKERTON 

(See Third Generalioii. page 293) 

(5) John^ Pinkerton 

Born May 30. 1842. Died in 1882 near West Newton. Pa. 

MARRIED Feb. 29, 1872, to Jennie Fulton. 

She was born Oct. 5, 1845. 

She died Nov. 12, 1897. Buried near West Newton. Pa. 

HER SISTER: 

Nancy Fulton, husband, Franklin Gordon Craighead. 
John^ Pinkerton served in the Civil War from 1862 until its close, starting 

as a private, but he served most of the time as a sergeant. 

He was in Company H, 15th Pa. Cavalry, and at the Battle of Chicka- 

mauga he served as orderly for Gen. Thomas. 

He took part in the battles of Stone River, Mossy Creek, the expedition 

against Hood and others. At Stony Creek he was captured and held two 

months in Libby Prison. (Ref. Biog. Westmoreland County. Pa., 1890.) 

THREE CHILDREN of John^^ and Jeimie (Fulton) Pinkerton: 
(1) Perry Fulton' Pinkerton 

Born Sept. 10, 1873, near West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Quimby, la. 

MARRIED Feb. 22. 1899, to Isadora Ruoff near Pittsburgh, Pa. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Sept. 6, 1876, near West Newton, Pa. 

She died Aug. 17. 1923. in Quimby. la. Buried there. 

HER PARENTS: John and Sarah (Meyers) Ruoff. ^ 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Perry Fulton^ and Isadora (Ruoff) Pink- 
erton : 
(1) George Earl' Pinkerton 

Died Julys. 1919 (age 19 yrs.). 



292 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(2) Lyle Perry Pinkerton 

Born Apr. 23. 1900. in Marshall County, la. 

Living 1935 in Quimby, la. 

MARRIED May 17. 1924. to Edna Morgan of Washta, la. 

(3) John Pinkerton 

Born Jan. o. 1902, in Marshall County, la. 

Living 1935 in Quimbv. la. 

MARRIED to Bertha Fassler of Quimby, la. 

(4) Ralph Lester Pinkerton 

Born Jan. 13. 1903. in Marshall County. la. 

Living 1935 in Quimby. la. 

(5) Clarence' Pinkerton 

Born Feb. 10. 1904. in Marshall County, la. 

Living 1935 in Quimby, la. 

MARRIED Feb. 11. 1928. to Nola Hunter of Washta, la., 
in Cedar Falls. la. 

(6) Freda Marie' Pinkerton 

Born Dec. 23. 1905. in Marshall County. la. 

Living 1935 in Sioux City, la. 

MARRIED Oct. 22. 1927. to Harry Jakob of Bloomington. 
111., in Cherokee, la. 

(7) Edna Mabel Pinkerton 

Born Mar. 10. 1909. in Marshall County, la. 

Living 1935 in Earlv, la. 

MARRIED Sept. 14'. 1933. to Lyle R. Hirons of Early. la. 

(8) Rose Cavanaugh' Pinkerton 

Born Jan. 23. 1913. in Marshall County, la. 

Living 1935 in Quimby, la. 
(2) John^ Pinkerton 

Born July 18, 1875. in West Newton. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West .\ewton. Pa. 
MARRIED in Mar., 1899, to .Nannie May Kelley. 
She was born Aug. 26. 1878. in Sewickley Township, Westmore- 
land County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 

HER PARENTS: David Hepler and Rebecca Ross' (Hough) 
Kelley. 

(See page 177) 
[See Hough Family, page 259) 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
, {See page 177-178) 

THREE CHILDREN of John' and Nannie May (Kelley) Pinker- 
ton: 

(1) David^ Pinkerton 

MARRIED to Lillian Robison. 



THE PINKERTON FAMILY 293 

(2) Leora"' Pinkerton 

MARRIED to Charles Zeh. 

(3) Rebecca'' Pinkerton 
UNMARRIED. 

(3) James* Pinkerton 

Born July. 1877. 

Living 1935 in Fargo. N. D. 
(6) SARAH^ PINKERTON 

(See Third Generation, page 293) 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. ELIZABETH^ PINKERTON (Jolin% James) 

Born Dec. 3, 1836. in Sewickley Township, Weslmoreland County. Pa. 
Died Jan. 5. 1903, in Greensburg, Pa. Buried in West Newton. Pa. 
MARRIED Sept. 22. 1859. to Archibald Waltz'^ Boyd. 

[See pa^e 85) 

His occupation: Fanner and general business. 

He was born May 20. 1825. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 
He died Nov. 14, 1889, in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in West Newton, Pa. 

HIS PARENTS: Archibald^ and Mary (Waltz) Boyd. 

(5ee page 52-53) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 84-86) 

FIVE CHILDREN of Elizabeth' (Pinkerton) and Archibald Waltz'' Boyd: 

John Franklin', Mary Etta , Alma Gertrude, Pressley Ormond" 
and Grace Greenwood" Boyd. 

{For their records, see page 115-117) 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. SARAH^ PINKERTON (John% James) 

Born Dec. 4, 1845, in Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Died July 5, 1934, in West Newton, Pa. Buried in Dick Cemetery. 
MARRIED May 22, 1879, to James McAyeal' Boyd in South Huntingdon Town- 
ship, Westmoreland County. Pa. 

{See page 108) 
He was born Apr. 29, 1847. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 

County, Pa. , j /^ n 

He died Apr. 14, 1917, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Fa. 

Buried in Dick Cemetery. 

HIS PARENTS: Robert Larimer' and Nancy (McAyeal) Boyd. 

(See page 81-82) 

HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See page 107-108) 
THREE CHILDREN of Sarah ^ (Pinkerton) and James McAyeal' Boyd: 
Robert Calvin% Mary Pinkerton and Maggie Alice" Boyd. 

(For their records, see page 154-155) 



294 THE BOY]) FAMILY 

THE SCHOLL FAMILY 

FIRST gfm-:ratio.\ 

1. JOHAN NICHOLAS' SCHOLL 

Born Oct. ]. 1735. in Europe. 

Died Mar. 6, 1796. in Moore To\\nshii). \iiillinniplcin County. Pa. 
MARRIED to Johanna Magdalena Ehro. 

CHILDREN of Johan Nicholas' and Johanna Magdalena (Ehro) SchoU: 
CHARLES CHRISTL\N SCHOLL 

{See Second Generation, page 294-296) 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. CHARLES CHRISTIAN^ SCHOLL (Johan Nicholas') 

Born Oct. 9, 1772, in Bethlehem. Moore Township. Northampton County, Pa. 
Died Nov. 4. 1844. in Soutii Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County, Pa. 
MARRIED to Susanna Markle. (She has not been identified. I 
CHILDREN of Charles Cliristian'' and Susanna I Markle I Scholi: 

(1) CHRISTIAN SCHOLL 

(5ee Third Generation, page 296-297) 

(2) William Lainech Scholi 

MARRIED to Mary Florence ■ Bell. 

(.See Bell Family, page 235) 

She was horn Sept. <!. 1850. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmore- 
land County, Pa. 
She died June 24. 1928. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland 

County. Pa. 
HER PARENTS: Da\id Pollock^ and Sarah Jane (Bennettj Bell. 

[See Bell Family, page 235) 
NINE CHILDRE^ of William Lamech- and Mar\ Florence (Bell) SchoU: 
(1) Milo Teinpletoii' Scholi 

Born Dec. 31, 1870. in Soutli Huntingdon Township. Westmore- 
land Count)-, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh. Pa. (McNeilly Roadj. 

MARRIED Apr.. 1892. to Minnie Elizabeth Nicholls in Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

{See page 164) 

His occupation: Mechanic. 

She was born Sept. 28. 1871. in Sewickley Township, W estmore- 
land County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Pittsburgh, Pa. (McNeilly Roadj. 
HER PARENTS: Archibald Bovd and Elizabeth- (Williams) 
Nicholls. 

{See page 110) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
{See page 161-166) 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Milo Templeton^ and Minnie Elizabeth 
(Nicholls) Scholi: 

Emma Florence, Raymond Emerson, Oscar Nich- 
olls, Hazel Bell', William .\.\ Marion D.% Frank 
G. and Milo Templelon^ Scholi. 

{For their records, see page 164) 



THE SCROLL FAMILY 295 

(2) Emma Bell^ Soholl 

UNMARRIED. 

(3) Ally Anna' Sclioll 

Born Mar. 28. 1!!71. in Soutli Huiitiiii^iloii Tdwiisliip. \^'estmorf- 
land County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. l';i. I K.F.D. ji ). 

MARRIED Nov. 29, 1894. l.. John Calvin \i.liolls in SuterviUe. 

Westmoreland County, Pa. 

(See page 163-1 64) 
His occupation: Farmer. 
He was born Dec. 25. 1872. in Heni|)tii'ld Townslii]). Westmoreland 

County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. #1). 

HIS PARENTS: Archibald Bovd and Elizabeth- I Williams) 
NichoUs. 

(See page 110} 
(See Williams Family, page 307-308) 
HIS BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 
(See page 161-166) 

TWELVE CHILDREN of Ally Anna' l.Scho!li and John Calvin 
Nicholls: 

Florence Elizabeth, Bennett Blair, Mary Edna, Wil- 
liam Scholl, Archibald Boyd, Beulah Mae, Martha 
Bell, John Calvin, Infant (unnamed), James La- 
venus, Infant (unnamed) and Frances Pearl 
Nicholls. 
(For their records, see page 205-206) 

(4) Charles Christian^ Scholl 

Born Jan. 16, 1876. in Sonlii Munlingdon Townsiiip. Westmore- 
land County. Pa. 

Living 1935 in West Newton, Pa. 

MARRIED Oct. 18. 1898. to Sadie Jane Rhodes in Greensburg, Pa. 

(See page 167) 
HER PARENTS: David Jerry and Catherine (Hepler) Rhodes. 

(5ee pa^e 167) 
HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

(See page 167) 

FIVE CHILDREN of Charles Christian^ and Sadie Jane (Rhodes) 
Scholl: 

(1) Rufus H/ Scholl 

Born Apr. 25, 1899. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

(2) Lemech M. Scholl 
Born July, 1901. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

(3) Charles Glen^ Scholl 
Born Mar., 1908. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 



296 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(4) Iva^ SchoU 

Born Oct. 4. 1909. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

(5) Alice^ Scholl 

Born Aug., 1912. 

Living 1935 in West Newton. Pa. 

(5) David Sylvester^ Scholl 

Born Nov. 24. 1878. in South Huntingdon Township, Westmore- 
land County, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. P). 
MARRIED Dec. 15, 1911. to Sarah Elizabeth Pore in Uniontown, 
Pa. 

(See pa^e 149-151) 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Apr. 27. 1881, in Fitz Henry, Pa. 

Living 1935 in Belle Vernon. Pa. (R.F.D. $1). 
HER PARENTS: John Adam and Margaret Jane' (Boyd) Pore. 
(See page 107) 

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS: 

{See page 147-151) 

FOUR CHILDREN of David Sylvester^ and Sarah Elizabeth 
(Pore) Scholl: 

Mary Ruth\ Sarah Elizaheth% David Pore" and Rob- 
ert Boyd^ Scholl. 

(For their records, sec page 151) 

(6) John Hennings* Scholl 

UNMARRIED. 

(7) Sarah Jane^ Scholl 

UNMARRIED. 

(8) Adaline* Scholl 

UNMARRIED. 

(9) William Walter^ Scholl 

UNMARRIED. 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. CHRISTIAN^ SCHOLL (Charles Christian, Johan Nicholas ) 

Born Dec. 12, 1814, in Sewickley Mill. South Huntingdon Township, Westmore- 
land County. Pa. 
Died Feb. 11. 1904. in South Huntingdon Township. Westmoreland County. Pa. 
MARRIED to AUyanne Miller. 

CHILDREN of Christian^ and Allyanne (Miller) Scholl: 

(1) Millard Filmore^ Scholl 

Born Jan. 17. 1850, in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland Coun- 
ty, Pa. Died May 20, 1929, in West Newton. Pa. 
MARRIED to Ruth Ann Crothers. 



THE SCHOLL FAMILY 297 

CHILDREN of Millard Filmore^ and Ruth Ami iCiothers) Sclioll: 
MARY MARKLE SCHOLL 

(See Fifth Generation, jxi^e 297 \ 
(2) LUCINDA MILLERS SCHOLL 

[See Fourth Generation, paiie 297) 

FOURTH GENERATION 

4. LUCINDA MILLERS SCHOLL (Christian . Charles Christian'. Johan 

Nicholas') 

MARRIED Oct. 13, 1882. to James' Pinkerton. 

{See Pinkerton Family, page 290) 
He was born May 8. 1833 (1832). in Sewickley Township. Westmoreland County. 

Pa. 
He died June 3, 1918, in South Huntingdon Township. Westniort-laTul County, Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: John= and Mary (Barr) Pinkerton. 

(See Pinkerton Family, page 290) 
CHILDREN of Lucinda Miller' (SchoU) and James' Pinkerton: 
Mary Logan' Pinkerton 

MARRIED to John Andrew^ Gaut. 

(See Gaut Family, page 249) 
[See Pinkerton Family, page 290) 

FIFTH GENERATION 

5. MARY MARKLE SCHOLL (Millard Filmore, Christian', Charles Chris- 

tian-, Johan Nicholas') 

MARRIED to William Robertson-^ Gaut. 

(See Gaut Family, page 249) 



298 THE BOYD FAMILY 

THE SPEER FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. JOHN' SPEER 

Born Aug. 31. 1808, in Shelby County. 0. 

Died Aug. 13. 1854. in Shelby County, 0. 

His estate was administered in 1854. Thomas Skillen. administrator. He left no 

will. 
MARRIED Aug. 4. 1831. to Nancy' Richardson in Shelby County, O. (Ref. Record 

1. page 56, Sidney Court House |. 
She was born June 29, 1812, in Shelby County, 0. 
She died Jan. 20. 1899, in Butler, Mo. Buried there in Speer Cemetery Lot. 

ANCESTRY OF NANCY ^ RICHARDSON 

Samuel' Richardson (the immigrant) and Johann Richardson. 

Stephen- Richardson and Abigail (Wyman) Richardson. 

Stephen' Richardson antl Susana (Wilson) Richardson. 

Ebenezer^ Richardson and Ruth Richardson. 

Rev. Zebediah' Richardson and Rebecca Charles (Snow) Richardson. 

HER PARENTS: Rev. Zebediah'' Richardson and Phoebe (Snow) Richardson. 
He was born Jan. 26, 1769. in Amherst. N.H. 
He died in 1832 near Houston. Shelby County, 0. 
Buried there in W right Cemetery. She died June 4. 1850. 
They moved to Maine, and in 1802 to Canada. In 1806 they 
settled in Belmont County, 0.. and in 1809 moved to Hamil- 
ton Countv. O. In 1812 tliev moved to Mima County (now 
Shelby County 1 . 0. 
HER BROTHER : Rev. Snow Richardson, wife. Mary McCain. 
SEVEN CHILDREN of John' and Nancy^ (Richardson I Speer: 

Charlotta-, IVIilton^, DAVID CROCKETT- (See Second Generation, 
page 298-299), HE>RY PEARSON^ (See Second Generation, 
page 299), Margaret .\nn-', Mary Elizabeth- and Phoebe Jane- 
Speer. 
Nancy" Richardson MARRIED second to Mr. Marshall, during the Civil War. 
CHILDREN: None. 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. DAVID CROCKETT^ SPEER (John) 

Born Sept. 21, 1838, near Piqua. 0. Died Nov. 21, 1906, in Escondido. Calif. 

MARRIED Feb. 21. 1860. to Martha Jane Snider in Mercer County. 0. 

His occupation: Rancher. 

They moved from Ohio to Pleasant Gap. Mo., in 1867, and to Escondido. Calif., 
in 1887. 

She was born Apr. 8, 1843. in Mercer Countv. 0. 

She died Aug. 9. 1911. in Escondido, Calif. 

HER PARENTS: Jacob and Mary (Zilarl Snider, of Virginia and Maryland. 

TWELVE CHILDREN of David Crockett^ and Martha Jane (Snider) Speer: 

John' (married to Ariadna Miriam (Agnes) Price), JAMES^ (See 
Third Generation, page 299), Henry% MARY ELLEN= (See 
Third Generation, page 299-300). Charles", Edward% Emma 
Elizabeth" (married to Edward Zenas Sikes), SAMUEL F.^ (See 
Third Generation, page 300), George Wilford" (married to 



THE SPEER FAMILY 299 

Belle Wilson) Namy Jane , <;KA(:I-: ALICE* (See Third Genera- 
tion, page 300), and Rose Margaret' Speer( married lo Claude 
Albright, and second lo Norman Roscoe Gordon). 

HENRY PEARSON SPEER (John ) 

Born Sept. 5. 1841. in Shelby Counly. 0. 

Died Jan. 28, 1899, in Butler, Mo. Buried llieie in Specr Cemetery Lot. 
MARRIED July 1. 1869, to Mariah Emma'' Boyd in Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

(See pacie 60-61 ) 

His occupation: Farmer and nurseryman. 

They moved from Shelhy Counly. 0., to Pleasant Gap, Bates County. Mo., in 

1866. where lie established the Speer Farm, east of Butler. Mo. Later he moved 

into Butler, where he established a nursery business. 
She was born July 20, 1850, in Uhrichsville," 0. 

She died Apr. 19. 1925, in Butler. Mo. Buried lliere in Speer Cemetery Lot. 
She moved to McLean County. 111., in 1856. to Hales County, Mo., in 1866. and 

to Butler, Mo., in 1891. 
HER PARENTS: John D.^ and Kerenhappuch" (Parrish) Boyd. 

{See page 38-39) 
(See Parrish Family, page' 286) 

THREE CHILDREN of Henry Pearson^ and Mariah Emma" (Boyd) Speer: 
John Boyd% Minnie Maude^ and William Percy' Speer. 

iFnr their records, see page 102-104) 



THIRD GENERATION 

3. JAMES^ SPEER (David Crockett^ John) 

Born Aug. 24, 1862, in Shelby Conntv, 0. 

Living 1935 in Capistrano. Calif. 

MARRIED Dec. 24, 1885, to Ida May Hagans near Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

This marriage was dissolved. 

She was born June 22. 1869, near Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Stockton. Calif. 

FIVE CHILDREN of James' and Ida Mav iHagansI Speer: 

John (Jack) David^ (marrie<l to (.lady? Eudora Drew), Charles 
Edward* (married to Emma Soidiie Burke), (iladys Fay', Ar- 
thur William' (married to Sarah Naomi Kincaid) and Harold 
Lawrence* Speer (married to Marcherette Katherine Lalande). 

3. MARY ELLEN SPEER (David Crockett . John) 

Born July 26. 1866, in Shelby Counly. 0. 

Living 1935 in Taft. Calif. I 200 Bncna \ isla St.). 

MARRIED Oct. 20, 1886, to Charles Thomas Haney. 

His occupation: Harness maker and salesman. 

He was born Jan. 26. 1863, in Illinois. 

He died May 30. 1930. in Boise City, Idaho. 

HIS PARENTS: John Thomas and Matilda Haney. 

FIVE CHILDREN of Mary Ellen' ( Speer l and Charles Thomas Haney: 

Maude Jane (married to Dalton James Fream. and second to Au- 
gust William Harrison), Clayton David (married to Electa 
Rosina (Donaldson) Koon). Marvin Willis (married to Novellc 
Vera Gassen), DoUie Lois (unmarried) and Pauline Grace 
Haney (married to Albert L. King). 



300 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Mary Ellen^ Speer MARRIED second July 28, 1930 to John Samuel Casey in 

San Diego, Calif. 
His occupation: Machinist. 
He was born Feb. 15, 1875. in Lincoln County, N.M. 

Living 1935 in Taft. Calif. (200 Buena Vista St.). 
HIS PARENTS: R. A. and Ellen E. Casey. 
CHILDREN: None. 

3. SAMUEL F." SPEER (David Croekelt% John') 

Born Aug. 30. 1873. near Pleasant Gap, Mo. 

Living 1935 in Ukiah, Calif. 

MARRIED Aug. 26, 1900. to Susan Frances Pickle. 
His occupation: Harness maker, Ukiah. Calif. 
She was born Apr. 18. 1881. in Potter Valley, Calif. 

Living 1935 in Ukiah, Calif. 

HER PARENTS: John Foust and Elizabeth Jane (Jones) Pickle. 

TWO CHILDREN of Samuel F.^ and Susan Frances (Pickle) Speer: 

Ina Frances* (married to Raymond Mustard) and Ruby Mar- 
guerite'' Speer (married to Albert Gobalet). 

3. GRACE ALICE^ SPEER (David Crockett% John) 

Born Mar. 7, 1880. near Pleasant Gap. Mo. 

Living 1935 in Covelo, Calif. 

MARRIED Apr. 14. 1901. to George Edgar Weymouth in Escondido, Calif. 

His occupation: Dairying. 

He was born Jan. 26. 1873. in Medford, Me. 

Living 1935 in Covelo. Calif. 

HIS PARENTS: George Hichborn and Sarah (Day) Weymouth. 

FOUR CHILDREN of Grace Alice' (Speer) and George Edgar Weymouth: 

Inez Alice, Frank Edgar, Walter David and Mary Elizabeth Wey- 
mouth. 



THE WARFEL FAMILY 301 

THE WARFEL FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

1. GEORGE' WARFEL, The Immigrant. 

Born in Germany, and married before coming to America. 

THREE CHILDREN of George' Warfel: 

Abram-, GEORGE- (See Second Generation, page 301) and Adam- 
Warfel. 

SECOND GENERATION 

2. GEORGE^ WARFEL (George) 

Born Oct. 9. 1764. in Lancaster County. Pa. 

Died in Uhrichsville. 0. Buried there. 

MARRIED to Mary Rowe in Lancaster County. Pa. 

She was of German descent. 

They moved to York Countv. Pa., and from there to Cadiz, Harrison County. 0. 

in the year 1806. 
She was born in Lancaster County, Pa., and died in Cadiz. Harrison County. 0. 
Buried in Layport Cemetery. Stillwater. 0. 

FIVE CHILDREN of George- and Mary (Rowe) Warfel: 

Mary Polly' (married to George B. George), SAMUEL' (See Third 

Generation, page 301), BENJAMIN' (See Third Generation, 

page 301), CHARLES' (See Third Generation, page 301-302) 

and HARRIET WARFEL (See Third Generation, page 302). 

George'' Warfel MARRIED second lo Mrs. Elizabeth Hilbert in Green Twp.. 

Harrison County. 0. 
It is thought she had children by her first marriage. 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. SAMUEL WARFEL (George % George') 

Born in York County, Pa. Died in Uhrichsville. 0. 

MARRIED to Hester Haey in Uhrichsville. O. 
They resided in Uhrichsville. 0., where she died. 

NINE CHILDREN of SamueP and Hester (Haey) Warfel: 

Mary^ (married to George B. George), John' (married to .Adaline 
Simmons), Susanna' (married to Benjamin Demuth). Nancy* 
(married to Thomas Shipton). Harriet' (married to Lewis Wil- 
coxan), Margaret' (married to William McCallum), George*. 
Sarah Elizabeth* and Maria Caroline' Warfel (married to Wil- 
liam McCallum). 

3. BENJAMIN^ WARFEL (George-, George) 

Born in York County. Pa. Died in Uhrichsville. 0. 

MARRIED to Sarah Welsch. 
They resided near Uhrichsville. 0. 

THREE CHILDREN of Benjamin' and Sarali I Welsch I Warfel: 

William' (married lo Julia). George Martin' (married to Elizabeth 
Sterling) and Aaron Ross' Warfel (married to Miss O'Donnell). 

3. CHARLES WARFEL (George, George) 

Born Oct. 18, 1807, in Harrison County, 0. 
Died Feb. 3. 1871. in Cadiz. 0. Buried there. 



302 THE BOYD FAMILY 

MARRIED May 7. 1<">83. lo Mary Maiia^ Boyd of Harrison County. 0.. by Rev. 
Thomas Hannah. 

(See pa^e 54-55) 

His occupation: Owner of Hour mills aiul furniture store. 
They resided in Cadiz. 0. 

She was born June 2o. loll, in Westmoreland County. Pa. 
She died Apr. 6. 1879. in Cadiz. 0. Buried there. 
HER PARENTS: William^ and Elizabeth (Kelly) Boyd. 

(See paiie 37-38) 

SEVEN CHILDREN of Charles' and Mary Maria^ (Boyd) Warfel: 

Amanda Elizabelli% Mary Jane\ Martha Ellen*. Harriet La^•ina', 
Malinda Loiii8e\ Maria Adaline^ and .\l^^n Boyd* Warfel. 

(For their records, see page 92-94) 

3. HARRIET WARFEL (George, George) 

Born in Harrison County. O. 

MARRIED to Joshua Howard of Harrison County. 0. 
They resided near \\'est Bedford. Coshocton County. 0. 

THREE CHILDREN of Harriet^ (Warfel) and Joshua Howard: 

David (married to Belinda Ross), George and Susan Rebecca 
Howard (married lo William Sproul). 



THE WELDAY FAMILY 303 

THE WELDAY FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 



1. JOHN' WELDAY 

Born about 1748. 



He was of Swiss or German ancestry, the name being spelled "Velte" or "Welte." 

John' and his brother, about 1789-90, migrated from Lancaster County, Pa. His 
brotlier settled in Wayne County, 0., and changed the spelling of his name to 
Welty, while John' settled in Jefferson County, 0., and changed the spelling 
of his name to Welday. 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He purchased a large tract of Government land north of New Alexandria. 0., and 
southeast of Fernwood, between Mclntire and Cross Creeks, and built a home 
of logs on the farm. In about 1830 his son, Isaac^, built a home of brick. The 
family burial grounds were close by this house, and John' and his wife, and 
other family members were burie^ there. 

TEN CHILDREN of John' Welday: 

John-, Jacob- (married to Miss McGrew), Henry- (married to 
Miss Smith), ISAAC- (See Second Generation, page 303), .\b- 
raham^ (married to Jane Hostetter), Polly^ (married to Mr. 
Miller), Peggy- (married to Mr. Riddle), Kate- (married to 
Mr. Gilliland), Tina- (marrie<l to John Castle) and DAVID 
HOWARD^ WELDAY (See Second Generation, page 303-304). 

SECOND GENERATION 

ISAAC- WELDAY (John) 

He lived on the home farm, later moving to Iowa, where he died. 
MARRIED to Polly Smith. 

NINE CHILDREN of Isaac^ and Polly (Smith) Welday: 

Mary'' (married to John Adams), Samuel' (married to Miss Por- 
ter), Kizzie' (married to Wesley Gray), Katie' (married to 
David Sherrard), Elizabeth' (married to Ross Winters), Alex- 
ander^ (married to Catherine Deter), Isaac', George^ and 
Naney^ Welday (married to Charles Wallace). 

DAVID HOWARD^ WELDAY (John) 

Born Oct. 22, 1798, probably in Lancaster County. Pa. 

Buried in Bloomingdale, 0. 

It is thought that he was born before the family migrated to Ohio, and that he 

was only a babe when they came over the mountains on horseback. 
MARRIED in 1820 to Hannah Smilh (she was a sister of the wives of Henry= 

and Isaac- Welday). 
She was born about 1804. 
FOURTEEN CHILDREN of David Howard- and Hannah (Smilh) Welday: 

(1) JOHN SMITH WELDAY 

(See Third Generation, page 304) 

(2) Jacob Smith^ Welday 

MARRIED to Eliza Jane Parr. 

(3) Henry Smith' Welday 

MARRIED to Roseann Lawrence. 



304 THE BOYD FAMILY 

(4) Samuel Smith' Welday 

(5) Elizabeth Smith^ Welday 

MARRIED to William Woods. 

(6) David Smith' Welday 

MARRIED to Elizabeth Underwood. 

(7) SAMUEL SMITH' WELDAY 
(5ee Third Generation, page 305) 

(8) ALEXANDER SMITH' WELDAY 
(See Third Generation, page 305) 

(9) Mary Smith' Welday 

MARRIED to David Reed, brother of George W. Reed. 

(10) Nancy Smith' Welday 

MARRIED to George W. Reed, brother of David Reed. 

(11) Oliver Smith' Welday 

MARRIED to Virginia Hervey. 

(12) Hannah Smith' Welday 

Born May 19, 1845. in Bloomfield, Jefferson County, 0. 

Died May 31, 1926, in Wintersville, Jefferson County, 0. 

She was living 1924 in Wintersville. 0. 

MARRIED Sept. 9, 1891. to Robert John Ferguson in Jefferson County, 0. 

(5ee page 98-99) 
His occupation : Carpenter. 

He was born July 28. 1845. in Bloomfield, Jefltrson County, 0. 
He died Apr. 9, 1926, in Wintersville, Jefferson County. 0. 
HIS PARENTS: Samuel and Martha^' (Boyd) Ferguson. 

(See page 56) 
CHILDREN: None. 

Robert John Ferguson MARRIED first Jan. 1872 to Matilda Eunice 
Holmes in Coshocton, 0. 

(5ee page 98-99) 

(13) William Smith' Welday 

(14) Joseph Smith' Welday 

THIRD GENERATION 

3. JOHN SMITH' WELDAY (David Howard% John ) 

Born Apr. 15. 1821, in Jefferson County, 0. 
Died Jan. 27, 1901. in Unionport. 0. Buried there. 
MARRIED in 1842 to Elizabeth'^ Boyd in Jefferson County, 0. 

(5ee page 55-56) 
His occupation : Carpenter and farmer. 
They resided in Unionport, 0. 
She was born Mar. 15. 1817, near Cadiz. 0. 
She died Jan. 27, 1901, in Unionport, 0., on the same day as her husband, of 

pneumonia. Buried there. 
HER PARENTS: William' and Elizabeth (Kelly) Boyd. 

(See page 37-38) 
EIGHT CHILDREN of John Smith' and Elizabeth' (Boyd) Welday: 

Baxters Martha Ann% Madison% William Boyd% Da^idS Hannah 
Mary% Nancy Elizabeth' and Laura Malinda^ Welday. 
{For their records, see page 94-98) 



THE WELDAY FAMILY 305 

SAMUEL SMITH WELDAY (David Howard, John) 

Born Jan. 29, 1834. on (he Welday Farm. JcfltTson County. 0. 

Died Dec. 30, 1920, in Wintersville, 0. Buried in'Bloomfield. 0. 

MARRIED about 1864 to Mary Elizabeth Deter in Bloomingdale, 0. 

His occupation : Farmer. 

They lived on a farm adjoining his father's farm. 

He later moved to Wintersville. 0. 

She died in 1900 in Bloomingdale, 0. 

HER PARENTS: John and Mathilda (Rickey) Deter. 

TWELVE CHILDREN of Samuel Smith^ and Mary Elizabeth (Deter) Welday: 
Infant (unnamed), Infant (unnamed), DAVID HOWARD' (See 
Fourth Generation, page 305), John Ellis' (married to Ira Pearl 
Parks), Hannah Adeline'', Joseph Baetel' (married to Flossie 
Marie Jones), Jessie Matilda' (married to James Horace 
George), Anna Virginia' (married to Harry D. Cunningham), 
SAMUEL OLIVER' (See Fourth Generation, page 306), Henry 
Alexander' (married to May Parkin), Charles Deter' (married 
to Verda Ann Smith, and second to Mary Elizabeth Harris) and 
Mary Florence' Welday. 

ALEXANDER SMITH WELDAY (David Howard% John) 

Born May 23. 1836, in Bloomfield, 0. Died Dec. 31. 1926, in Wintersville. 0. 
MARRIED Oct. 24. 1861, to Margaret Bethia Ferguson in Jefferson County, 0., 
on the Ferguson Farm. 

(See page 98) 

His occupation: Farmer. 

Lived on his farm near Cresswell, 0., most of his life, and then moved to Winters- 
ville, 0. 
She was born Jan. 31, 1842. in Jefferson County, 0. 
She died May 8. 1924. in Wintersville, 0. 
HER PARENTS: Samuel and Martha' (Boyd). Ferguson. 

(See page 56) 
FIVE CHILDREN of Alexander Smith' and Margaret Bethia (Ferguson) Welday: 
John Albert', Mary Alena', Martha Lizzie', Samuel Ferguson' and 
Hannah Malinda' Welday. 

(For iheir records, see page 130-132) 

FOURTH GENERATION 

DAVID HOWARD' WELDAY (Samuel Smith% David Howard \ John) 

Born Aug. 31, 1867, in Reeds Mills. 0. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville. 0. (1405 Belleview Blvd.). 
MARRIED June 19, 1889, to Sarah Belle Peoples in Uhrichsville, 0. 
His occupation: Insurance. 
She was born July 5. 1861. in Winfield, Tuscarawas County, 0. 

Living 1935 in Steubenville. 0. (1405 Belleview Blvd.). 

HER PARENTS: Archibald and Mary Elizabeth (Kreilingl Peoples. 

FOUR CHILDREN of David Howard' and Sarah Belle (Peoples) Welday: 

Roy Archibald (married to Marian Simmons), Mary Eleanor 

(married to Clare R. Coldren), Samuel Howard (married to 

Bonnie Birt) and Nannabelle Welday. 



306 THE BOYD FAMILY 

4. SAMUEL OLIVERS WELD AY (Samuel Smith% David Howard% John') 

Born May 15, 1880, in Steubenville, 0. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara, Calif. (2117 Chapala St.). 
MARRIED Dec. 23, 1917, to Edith M. McCormick in Salt Lake City, Utah. 
His occupation: Principal. Roosevelt School, Santa Barbara, Calif. 
She was born Oct. 1, 1889, in Kinsman, 0. 

Living 1935 in Santa Barbara, Calif. (2117 Chapala St.). 
HER PARENTS: L. A. and Mary (Meikle) McCormick. 
CHILDREN: None. 



THE WILLIAMS FAMILY 307 

THE WILLIAMS FAMILY 

FIRST GENERATION 

THOMAS JACOB' WILLIAMS 

Born about 1806; died Feb. 8, 1872. aged 66 years. 
Buried in Old Brick Cemetery (Hoffman'.s ), near Sniithton, Pa. 
MARRIED Feb. 8, 1872, to Margaret Esther" Hough. 
(5ee Hough Family, page 259) 

She was born June 17, 1811, in Fayette County, Pa. 

She died Oct. 14, 1889, in South Huntingdon Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa. 
Buried in Old Brick Cemetery (Hoffman's), near Smithton, Pa. 
HER PARENTS: David" and Barbara (Orally) Hough. 
(See Hough Family, page 256) 

EIGHT CHILDREN of Thomas Jacob' and Margaret Esther' (Hough) Williams: 
DANIEL FRANKLIN^ (See Second Generation, page 307), ELIZA- 
BETH MARY^ (See Second Generation, page 307-308), Mary 
Catherine'- (married to Dennis James Porter), Bar Allen- (mar- 
ried to Catherine Scott), Sarah Jane- (married to Jacob Craw- 
ford), Charlotte Ann- (married to John Monroe Strickler and 
second to Robert McCune), DAVID HOUGH- (See Second 
Generation, page 308 and JACOB OMAR= WILLIAMS (See Sec- 
ond Generation, page 308). 

SECOND GENERATION 

DANIEL FRANKLIN^ WILLIAMS (Thomas Jacob) 

Born Feb. 11, 1837, in West Newton, Pa. 
Died Jan. 23, 1908. in Scottdale, Pa. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery near West Newton, Pa. 
MARRIED Feb. 7, 1861, to Rebecca Jane Nicholls in West Newton, Pa. 

(See page 110-111) 

His occupation: Farmer. 

She was born Oct. 2, 1842, in Sewickley Twp., Westmoreland County, Pa. 

She died Dec. 7, 1906, in Scottdale, Westmoreland County, Pa. 

Buried in Millgrove Cemetery near West Newton, Pa. 

HER PARENTS: William and Elizabeth Mary^ (Boyd) Nicholls. 

(5ee page 84) 
TEN CHILDREN of Daniel Franklin= and Rebecca Jane (Nicholls) Williams: 

John Allen% Elmer Sylvester, William Franklin', Thomas .41vin% 
David Hunter% Boyd Emerson', Clarence Weimer% Lewis Sul- 
ton% Harry Edwin' and Mary Edna' Williams. 
(For their records, see page 166-170) 

ELIZABETH^ WILLIAMS (Thomas Jacob) 

Born June 20, 1842, in Smithton, Pa. Died Sept. 18. 1935, in Scottdale. Pa. 
MARRIED Nov. 16, 1862, to Archibald Boyd Nicholls in West Newton, Pa. 

(See page 110) 

His occupation: Farmer. 

He was born Nov. 16, 1840, in West Newton, Pa. 
He died Feb. 20, 1922, in Scottdale, Pa. 
Buried in Millgrove Cemetery near West Newton, Pa. 
HIS PARENTS: William and Elizabeth Mary' (Boyd) Nicholls. 

(See page 84) 



308 THE BOYD FAMILY 

TEN CHILDREN of Elizabeth^ (Williams 1 and Archibald Boyd Nicholls: 

Boyd Emerson, William Thomas, Elroy P., Gretta Ann, John Cal- 
vin, Minnie Elizabeth, Margaret Alverda, Jacob Edgar, Emma 
Pinkna and Olive Edna Nicholls. 

{For their records, see page 161-166) 

2. DAVID HOUGH= WILLIAMS (Thomas Jacob') 

MARRIED to Catherine Elizabeth Rhodes. 

ONE CHILD of David Hough^ and Catherine Elizabeth (Rhodes) Williams: 
Joseph Scott^ Williams 

Living 1935 in Los Angeles. CaliL (6158 Oak Crest Way). 
MARRIED to Margaret-' Hough in Washington, Pa. 

(See Hough Family, page 261 ) 
HER PARENTS: William' and Catherine (Shupe) Hough. 

(5ee Hough Family, page 261) 
CHILDREN of Joseph Scott' and Margaret" (Hough) Williams: 

(1) Remain* Williams 
MARRIED to Frederick Rigley. 

(2) John Ulysses* Williams 

MARRIED to Polly Ann Rhodes. 

(See page 167) 
HER PARENTS: David Jerry and Catherine (Hepler) Rhodes. 

(See page 167) 

SIX. CHILDREN of John Ulysses* and Polly Ann (Rhodes) Wil- 
liams: 

Mary Catherine', Josie May', Alice Olive' (married 
to Charles Roy Sherbondy), David Bennett^ (mar- 
ried to Jane Sherbondy), Harry George-' (married 
to Lola Reagan) and Orpha Eugenia' Williams 
(married to Ralph E. Baker). 

2. JACOB OMAR2 WILLIAMS (Thomas Jacob ) 

Born about 1865 in Smithton, Pa. 

Died Aug. 22, 1920, in Riverside, Calif. Buried there. 

MARRIED to Emma Jane Wilson in Columbus, 0. 

(She was MARRIED first to Mr. Watkins.) 
His occupation: Farmer. 
She was born about 1852 in Columbus, 0. 
She died in 1930 in Glendale, Calif. Buried in Riverside, Calif. 
HER PARENTS: William John and Golden Jane (McGuire) Wilson. 

THREE CHILDREN of Jacob Omar^ and Emma Jane (Wilson) Williams: 

Mell Jacob' (married to Josephine Wilson), Olive Jane^ (married 
to Charles Monroe Collins, second to S. A. Koontz, and third 
to D. Harry Johnson) and Winnett Mary^ Williams (married 
to Louis Newton). 



THE BOYD FAMILY 309 

INDEX OF FAMILIES 

Boyd Lineage, Eight Generations from William' and Margaret Boyd, to 

Mercelia Louise** Boyd 27- 'H 

Includes the following: 

First Generation, William' and Margaret Boyd 27- 29 

Second Generation. William'-' and Catherine' (McGrew) Boyd 29- 31 

Third Generation, William' and Margaret Boyd 32- 37 

Fourth Generation, William" and Elizabeth (Kelly) Boyd 37- 38 

Fifth Generation, John D.' and Kerenhappuch" (Parrish) Boyd 38- 39 

Sixth Generation, John Finley'' and Mary (MoUie) Jane" (Cullar) Boyd 39- 41 

Seventh Generation, Scott Lee' and Mercelia Anna (Winslow) Boyd 41- 43 

Eighth Generation, Mercelia Louise* Boyd 44 

Nine children of William' and Margaret Boyd 45- 47 

Nine children of William- and Catherine^ (McGrew) Boyd 47- 51 

Seven children of William" and Margaret Boyd 51- 53 

Nine children of William" and Elizabeth (Kelly) Boyd 54- 57 

Ten children of John D.^ and Kerenhappuch" (Parrish) Boyd 57- 61 

Six children of John Finley" and Mary (Mollie) Jane" (Cullar) Boyd 62- 69 

The Maternal Ancestry of Jean Catherine Boyd and Francis Eugene Boyd, Jr. 70- 79 

Nine children of Robert' and Elizabeth (Larimer) Boyd 80- 82 

Four children of Benjamin' Boyd 83 

Eight children of Archibald" and Mary (Waltz) Boyd 84- 86 

Nine children of Nancy Agnes"' (Boyd) and Andrew W. Johnston 86- 92 

Seven children of Mary Maria'^ (Boyd) and Charles' Warfel 92- 94 

Eight children of Elizabeth'' (Boyd) and John Smith' Welday 94- 98 

Nine children of Martha'^ (Boyd) and Samuel Ferguson 98-101 

Two children of Benjamin Parrish" and Nannie Betty (Wayland) Boyd 101-102 

Three children of Mariah Emma" (Boyd) and Henry Pearson= Speer 102-104 

Five children of Clyde Hiram' and Martha Frances (Savage) Boyd 104-105 

Three children of Archibald" and Margaret (Hunter) Boyd 106-107 

Four children of Robert Larimer" and Nancy (McAyeal) Boyd 107-108 

Two children of William'" and Eleanor (Robertson) Boyd 108-110 

Six children of Elizabeth Mary^" (Boyd) and William Nicholls 110-112 

Seven children of Margaret Ann' (Boyd) and David Hunter 113-115 

Five children of Archibald Waltz' and Elizabeth' (Pinkerton) Boyd 115-117 

Five children of Susanna'' (Boyd) and Samuel" Bell 118-119 

Three children of Margaret Lavina (Johnston) and James Stinson 120-121 

Five children of William M. and Hannah (Johnson) Johnston 121-124 

Six children of Josiah Work and Mary (Hardy) Johnston 124-125 

Two children of Silas Boyd and Catharine Estelle (Shull) Johnston 125-127 

Eight children of Amanda Elizabeth (Warfel) and James Hammond 127-129 

Four children of Malinda Louise (Warfel) and Dr. Benjamin Franklin 

Slaughter 129-130 

Five children of Margaret Bethia (Ferguson) and Alexander Smith^ Welday. 130-132 
Five children of Robert John Boyd and Matilda Eunice (Holmes) Ferguson. .133- 135 
Six children of William Boyd and Ida Florence (Cherryholmes) Ferguson....l36-139 

Five children of George Hercules and Clarissa (Leech) Ferguson 139-140 

Six children of Robert^ Boyd and Margaret Ann (Gray) Boyd ^*^'^^ 

Eight children of Mary' (Boyd) and John Hamilton Bryson ^*l. 

Eight children of Margaret Jane' (Boyd) and John Adam Pore ^'^!,'ll\ 

Six children of Elizabeth Larimer^ (Boyd) and George Washington" Markle..l52-153 

Three children of James McAyeal= and Sarah' (Pinkerton) Boyd Jf T"}„ 

Three children of Mary^ (Boyd) and John Cummins Walkmshaw 156-157 

Six children of Archibald J." and Ann Jane (McCune) Boyd !cn i^ 

Two children of Josiah Morrison and Laura May (Morton) Brawdy 159-160 



310 THE BOYD FAMILY 

Four children of Eleanor Jane (Brawdy) and James Tobias Evans 160-161 

Ten children of Archibald Boyd and Elizabeth^ (Williams I Nicholls 161-166 

Ten children of Rebecca Jane ( Nicholls t and Daniel Franklin^ Williams 166-170 

Two children of James and Ruth Jennie (Holmes) Nicholls 170-171 

Seven children of Rachel E. (Nicholls) and Albert M. Pore 172-174 

Three children of John Boyd and Eliza Jane (Benford) Nicholls 175 

Eight children of Archibald Boyd and Sarah Florence' (Bell) Hunter 176-179 

Five children of Margaret (Hunter) and Thomas Hanna 179-180 

Three children of Lucetta (Hunter) and John Franklin^ Hough 181-182 

Five children of John Franklin'^ and Lydia Delnora (Keefer) Boyd 182-184 

Five children of Mary Delnora ' ( Bell ) and Milton Fleming Corbett 184-186 

Three children of Clara Ann (Johnston) and Samuel S.^ Hoover 186-189 

Four children of Arthur Hamlin and Flora Belle (Lambright) Johnston 189-190 

Three children of Emma Millenna (Johnston) and Frank Day 190-192 

Five children of Jessamine Southern ( Slaughter ) and Joseph Arthur Burgum..l92-193 

Nine children of Linnie Lee (Slaughter) and Albin Hedstrom 193-195 

Seven children of Carrie Edna" (Boyd) and Chester David Sensenich 195-197 

Three children of Andrew Oliver and Frances Leah (Smith) Bryson 197-199 

Seven children of Lulu May (Bryson) and Charles Henry Smith 199-200 

Five children of Nancy Boyd (Pore) and John Boyd" Gaut 200-202 

Six children of William Thomas and Lettie Ann (Morrison) Nicholls 202-203 

Three children of Elroy P. and Lavina Kerr (McClain) Nicholls 204 

Twelve children of John Calvin and Ally Anna* (Scholl) Nicholls 205-206 

Nine children of Margaret Alverda (Nicholls) and Albert Gallagher Fretts....207-210 

Nine children of Jacob Edgar and Mary Ella (Guynn) Nicholls 210-212 

Three children of John Allen' and Margaret Wise (Williams) Williams 212-213 

Five children of Elmer Sylvester' and Alice Barbara (Rhodes) Williams 214-216 

Three children of William Franklin' and Elizabeth Delnora' (Hough) Wil- 
liams 217-218 

Four children of Thomas Alvin' and Nora Arizona (Scott) Williams 218-220 

Eleven children of David Hunter' and Margaret Cooper (Dennick) Williams..221-225 

Five children of Mary Edna' (.Williams) and Clarence Welty Macbeth 226 

Three children of Marv Elizabeth (Nicholls) and Edward Lee Painter 227-228 

Eight children of David L. and Edith Boyd' (Markle) Hunter 228-231 

Ten children of Daisy Pearl* (Williams) and Arthur Chester Durstine 231-232 

Three children of Mary Edith* (Williams) and William Wilson Logan 233 



NAME INDEX 



311 



BERCOME 

Earl of - 

DAM 



11 



_158 
_254 
-.303 

-.159 

.. 12 

.. 28 
.. 28 



DAMS 

Carl Roberts 

Jane — 

John 

DAMSON 

Margaret 

DDINGTON 

Earl of 

DDY 

t,ane _.. 

John -- 

DRIAN 

Asberrv Bazil 131 

Calvin L. - _ 131 

Calvin Luther _131, 132 

Charlie Roscoe 131 

David _ 131 

Ed Elsworth 131 

Eva (Belts) 131 

George 131 

Hulda 131 

Jacob 131 

Jennie 131 

Joseph 131 

Kltunih 96 

', LeRo.v Wharton _.131 

|, Margaret ..131 

\ Martha Bathilda _ 132 

Martha Lizzie' (Welday)...-132 

Mary Alena' (Welday) 131 

Nora Olive (McAfee) 132 

Oscar Allen 132 

Rachel Ann (Talbott) 131 

Robert _ _ 131 

Salome __131 

'iWeldav McAfee _..132 

Weldav Ophir ..._ 131 

William —131 

IKEN 

Alexander Murray 156 

A"-- Ann ( Mather). ._ 156 

•s Ogan -.156 

Ogan _...156 

js Whitmore 156 

. y Carroll 156 

'wton Jesse ..156 

ive Mildred 156 

Iph 156 



'bert Brown . 

■lel M. 

ih Alice 

.>1 



156 

156 

_ _156 



BAUGH 

vmanda „ 96 

I .BRIGHT 

.4dessa Elva 214 

Alice Marie 223 

Anna Almeir 223 

Armel Edgar 214 

Bertha May 223 

Clarissa Elsie 214 

Claude . ...^ 299 

Donald Edwin _ 223 

Elsie Katherine _..223 

Emily Helen (Marks) 160 

Ernest _..204 

Ernest A. :._ 210 

jeorge Alexander 214 

Georgia Edith _ 214 

Tacob ..223 

lacob, Sr 223 

Jacob Emery 214 

John Eyman _ 244 

Joseph Emerson _ 214 

Lawrence Franklin 160 

Leonard Ogden 160 

Margaret Jump (Wells) 223 

Mary Jane 223 

I Michael Edward ._ _. 214 

Sara Bllen 223 

Sarah Emma 214 

Smiley Wells 223 

5u.san Rebecca (Baker) 214 

Twila Edna 214 

Verna Erbie 214 

iVilliam Richard 223 

JiERMAN 

Innva 170 

.EXANDER 

lean 177 

.LEN 

\bie 256 

Ua May (Priestley) 105 

Barbara Catherine 105 

Barbara Jane' (Boyd) _105 

II 



Constance Julia 

Earl LeRoy .. . 


105 
180 


Irene (Orr) 


-.102 




105 


Roger William 

Thomas Albert 

AMENT 
George 


105 

105 

266 


ANDERSON 
Alicp 


.165 




. 194 




261 


Hamilton A. , , 
Jessie Belle 


111 

96 

.. . 39 


ANDREWS 

Henry Vincent 

Samuel 


. 201 

...106 


ANGLE 

Besse 


. .. 103 


Dorothy Faye 

Ethel 


_ 103 

...... 103 




. .103 


Maud Cassandra 

Ola 


103 

. .103 


Pearle Elizabeth __ 

ANGUS 

Archibald, 5th Earl of 


103 

10 



ARMSTRONG 

Dundas of ; 12 

George 132 

ARNOLD 

Emerson Esppey 145 

ARRAN 

Earl of - 11 

Thomas Boyd, Earl of 15 

ASHMAN 

George J. 270 

Mary _ 270 

ASPEY 

Harriet 257 

John 259 

Mary Elizabeth 263 

Slathiel . 258 

ATKINSON 

Isaac _ 254 

Naomi Ruth 185 

William 254 

ATWELL 

Prances 139 

AULT 
Leroy Henry 135 



BACH 
Ardo -215 

BAEHR 

George . - - — 161 

George Lawrence 161 

Grace Emily . ._ 161 

Hannah Isabella (Smythe) 161 

Mary Leila 161 

William Hoop - — 161 

BAER (HAIR) 
Elizabeth (Lizzie) -271 

BAER 
Marv - " 248 

BAILEY 

Edwin M - 142 

Herbert James _ 142 

Lillian (Doudna) -142 

BAINE 

Goldie May _ 219 

BAIR 

Anna Irene (Pore) 148 

Charles Homer (M.D.) 148 

Clarence Edmond (M.D.)..-.148 

David 147 

Elizabeth Mary 148 

George Elmer (M.D.) 148 

John i\'illiam — 148 

Dr. John William 147 

Lucetta (Highberger) 147 

Margaret ... — 107 

Margaret Belle 148 

Mildred Irene 148 

William 167 

BAISH 
Win field C. .- - 97 

BAKER 



Elmer Clark 

John 

Nancy 

Ralph E. 



_..202 
,_182 
_156 
._308 



BALENTINE 

Anna Mae (Greenault) 211 

Anna May 182 

Clara Agnes 211 

Eleanor Louise — 183 

Frank Campbell 211 

Franklin 182 



Grover Cleveland 182 

James 182 

John 182 

John Boyd 182 

John Camp 182 

Mildred Irene 211 

Paul Campbell 211 

Pearle Greenwood' (Boyd) 182 

Ruth Fivelyn 211 

Sara (Campbell) 182 

Sara Elizabeth 182 

Wilmer Kniest 182 

BALES (BAILS) 
Martha 36 

BALL 

John. Jr 239 

Lester Frank 191 

Mattie Mae 111 

BALLARD 

Judge J. X. 40 

BAXTER 
Robert _ _ _ 50 

BARCLAY 
Martha 245 

BARCLEY 
Robert Ill 

BAREFOOT 
William 197 

BARLOW 

Ada 154 

BARXES 

Edward .._ 167 

Jessie Roberta 233 

BARN HART 

Bessie Mae 200 

Huston 186 

James Curtis 188 

James Knox 186 

Miriam Genevive 186 

Tide Richardson (Diehl).._ 186 

BARR 

Mr... 248 

Ada Franklin (Gelger) 122 

Bessie Beatrice • 125 

Daisy Deane _122 

Elizabeth - 84 

Fannie Lydia 125 

Frederick Geiger - — 125 

John ■• _ 290 

Marie Elizabeth « 125 

Marv - 290 

Mary (Nelson) 290 

Minnie Luella 125 

Peter Herbruck 122 

Winnie Grant __..125 

BARRETT 
Edward Vincent 199 

EARTH 
William - 192 

BATEMAX 

Elizabeth Ann (Axel) —204 

Elizabeth Jean . 204 

George Phillip 204 

Georgina 204 

Hester 204 

Minnie Ethel 204 

William Samuel 204 

BATES 

Betty _. 96 

Joanne Caroline 96 

Laura Cecile (Harter)__. 96 

Robert 96 

Wesley Clinton 96, 96 

BAUGHAN 
Isaac William 202 

BAUGHMAN 
Harrv David 178 

BAUMAN 

Linnie Catharine 168 

Marie Magdelene _ 122 

BAYER 
Nellie 106 

BEACH 

Clyde M. 103 

Thomas Lester 101 

BEAD 

Hazel Bernlece 214 

John G. 214 

Llovd Jackson 214 

BEAR 
Rev. 137 

BEARD 
John . 28 

BEATTIB 
Walter 213 

BEAZELL 

Albert Neal . 244 

Clarissa Jane _244 

Emma 244 

Franklin Raymond 244 

Hannah' (Cunningham) — 244 



JameB Harvey 






.M4 


Matthew 






(44 


William S. .. . _. 






1(M 


William Sherman 






244 


BECKER 








Bernadlne Ellzabe 


h . 




220 


HKEMAX 






K.llih 






?M 


BEISTEL 








Ella May 






IRK 


BEITER 








Frank Russel . 






?M 


BEITZEL 








Emma Ruth 






Vl% 


BEJAR 








Albina Georela 






. n 


BELK 








Brnoa 






1M 


BELLfJ 












?R7 


(Mi.ss Jacks) . 






214 


Albert MllllBan* _ 






ZST 


Alma Etta* 






riff 


Andrew* 






?T4 


Annn Cnra» , . 






?1ff 


Anna Lydla* . 


8«, 


118 


237 


Boyil Franklin' 


86, 


119 


237 


Charles Hunter* 




115 


238 


Charlotta Bennett' 






238 


Clara Margaret' 


86, 


119 


237 


David Bennett' 






238 


David I'ollr)ck' . . 


235, 


236 


294 


Eleanor D.* 






235 



Emma Florence (Hunter) 

115. 238 

Frances Ann (Bennett) 

113. 115. 236, 263 

Harrison Laird' 23( 

Jane F.' 2S6 

John BrackenrtdKe* 

-116. 236, 238 
235 



John R.' . 

Joseph wnilam> 

Louis .- 

Lvdia 0.« 

Martha B.« 



.236 



.229 



.235 
236 
24 



Mrs. Mary (Ftnley) 

Mar>-' (Polly) (Flnley) . 

85, 234, 247 

Mary Alice* 236 

Marv Ann* 235 

Mary Delnora' 86.118.237 

Mary Elizabeth* (Markle) 

119. 271 

Mary Florence* 23S, 294 

Mary Jane* 119,271 

Nancy* 235 

Rosanna 234 

Rosanna (Bell) 234,247 

Ro.sanna* 235 

Samuel - .._ - . - 52 

Samuel* 85. 86. 118. 235, 237. 271 
Sarah Florence' 113. 236. 237 
Sarah Jane (Bennett) 235.294 
Susanna' (Boyd) — 

86. 118.237.271 

T. N.« 116 

Walter* 85. 234, 247 

Walter* 236 



Walter Scott* 

William' ..__ 

William* 

William' 

William Pollock* ._ 

86, 119. 237, 271 

William T. N.*__ — 

113, 234. 236. 263 



236, 263 
. 234 

.234. 247 
234 



BELTZ 

ICdward Samuel 
Harriett Susan _ 
Harr>- Edward _ 

Helen Mario 

John David 



.133 

.133 
-133 

-133 
.133 



John Lewis 123 

Lewis Fenton . 133 

Xancy Bethia (FerKU8on)_133 

Rachel Ann (Marsh) 133 

Ralph Eugene 131 

Robert Merrll 133 

Theresa (UnKor) 181 

BEN FORD 

Alma Ann 111 

Andrew 167 



Eliza Jane 

John Corpnlne . 

John Lincoln 

Maria (Poole) 

Martha Eleanor 
Mary Catherine 



UlS 



-112 



.lU 



_1U 
112 



312 



THE BOYD FAMILY 



w 



BENNETT 
Charlotte 
David 



David Bishop 

Eleanor 

Frances Ann 

Joseph H. 

May 

Polly 



_236. 257 
-236. 257 

236 

236 



Polly (Smith) 



Sarah H.' (Hough)_ 

Sarah Jane 

BEXTLET 
Joseph 



.236 
„236 

236 
_257 

.236 



_235, 236 
53 



BEOTTNER 
Edward Adam 

Fern Pearl 

Flora Eliza 



Frank Lewis 

Laura June 

Mary Matilda (Rose)- 
BERGER 

Anna 

BERGUN 

Viola Theresa 

BBRTCH 

Harvey 

BEST 

Fannie A. 

BESSIE 

Frank 

BESTIAN 

Freeman 

BEMHUNB 

Ann 

BETTS 

Byron Familton 

David Alvin 

Ernest Welday 

Eva 



Hazel (Familton) 

McCourtney 

Nancy Elizabeth (Welday) 

Newton E. 

Otto Clyde 



.136 
.136 
-136 
_136 
.136 
_136 

_166 

-205 

_103 

_185 

..170 

_.137 

_143 

_ 96 
-. 96 
_ 96 
.-131 
96 
96 
96 
96 
96 



Sarah (Jamison) 
Sarah Myrtle — 
Winfield Scott — 
BEURER 

Augustave 

Caroline 



Caroline Maria 

Gertrude 

Ralph 



Stewart 

BICE 

Bessie Mae (Ferguson). 

Boyd Ferguson 

Ethel Irene 

Etta Martha 

Lawrence Junior 

Stanley Bernard 

Lawrence Stanley 

William Henry _. 

BICHSEL 
John 



BICKENBACH 

Augusta - 

Augusta (Heynen) 
Augustus Richard 
Christian Richard . 

Edgar Ervin 

Eugenia Johanna . 
Friederich Robert 



_ 96 
_ 96 

.160 
.160 

160 
_160 

160 
.160 

-137 
-137 
-137 
-137 
-137 
-137 
-137 
-137 

-140 

- 86 



Johanann Frederick , 
Paul 



Violet Alice (Johnston) - 
BIDDINGER 

Lee 

BIDDLE 

Agnes 

BIDLER 

Mr. 

BIELTZ 

Lilly 

BIGGARD 

Lizzie 

BILLICKS 

Alexander 
BILQUIST 

Walter E. 
BIRD 

Alice 

William 

BIRT 

Bonnie 

BISHOP 

Nicholas 



..86. 87 

86 

87 

86 

86 

86 

86 
87 



_ 92 
-177 



.. 54 
-233 



_167 



109 

102 



-117 
-162 



BLACK FAMILY 



BLACK 
James 



-305 
-239 



.119 
_ 45 



,Tr>hTi 


. 28 


BLACKBURN 


279 




280 


Rachel 

William 


267, 279 

3S 


BLACKS 
The 


30 


BLACKSTONE 

Martha 

BLAIR (OF BLAIR) 


. . .256 
11 


BLAIR 
Snrp J 


132 


BLAKE 

p^^tty T-ep 


221 




9.n 


Francis Myrtle 


. - .221 


Helen Margaret 
Jerome Clayden 


. 221 
221 
221 


Julius Clayden 
Sadie Jane (Zentz)_ 

Willarrt 


221 
221 
221 


BLAKER 
Sarah 


-254 



BUNN 

L. W. 42 

BLOCK 
Clara Elizabeth (Myers)_191 

Herman Addison 191 

Raphael Herman 191 

BLYSTONB 

Alfred Shrum 231 

Anna Ethel (Shrum) 231 

Edna May 231 

Emma Grace 231 

Ernest Arthur 231 

Eva Jean 231 



James Griffith 

Mary Elizabeth _ 
Paul McJMahon _ 

Raymond Reed 

Robert Pershing _ 

Thelma Ruth 

Walter Cope 

Wilbert Lee 

BOICE 

Christopher 

Erastus 

Katie 

Mary 



BOOLEY 
Mary 

BORST 

Barnabas (Barnhart) 
Barnard 

BORTELLS 

Mr. 

Prank L. 

BOUCHTER 

Rose 



.231 
-231 
-231 
-231 
.231 
-231 
.231 
-231 

.268 
-268 
-268 
-.268 

-230 

- 34 
_ 31 

43 



BOURNE 
Catherine Jane 

(Mackintosh) 

Elizabeth Jane 

Henry Knowles 

Henry Thayer 

Lawrence Thayer 
Mabel (Thayer) _ 

BOVARD 
Oliver 

BOWEN 

Nellie Leona 

BOWERS 

Asbery 

Boyd Anna 

Clara Allan 

Daniel 



..42. 63 

92 



.117 



.117 
.117 
-117 
-117 



Elizabeth Boyd 

Ellen 

Ellen (Osborne) 

Florence Tilbrook 
Hanway Castner „ 

Hunter R. 

Jacob 

James 

Joseph C. 
Laura 



Maggie Fay' (Boyd)- 

Marguerite Jane 

Nancy Jane 

Roy 



Sarah Ann (Poorman)_ 

William 

William Hasson 

BOWaE 

Altha Devera 

Grace Elizabeth 

Harry Ellsworth 

Laura Mary (Staples) 

William 



-.25 

.201 

-158 
-158 
-158 
.158 
-158 
_ 99 
_ 99 
.158 
.158 
-158 
99 
99 
_ 99 
.158 
.158 
.158 
_ 99 
.187 
.158 
-158 
-115 

-152 
.152 
.152 
-152 
-152 



-152 
-199 



-198. 199 

199 

199 
-198 



William Staples ._ 

BOWLIN 
Amadee Jordan — 

Donald Wade 

Donald Wade. Jr._ 

Earnest Edward . 

Gertrude (Moser) 

Gladys Artridge (Bryson) 199 

James Marshal 199 

Ivathryn 199 

Lulu 199 

Lyda 199 

Myrtle 199 

Norman Lee 198 

Norman Richard 199 

Paul Curry 199 

William 199 

BOWMAK 

Miss 

Robert _ 

BOXLHY 
Clive 



-267 
_118 



Edith Clare 

Elizabeth Goodwin 

Eugene Wilber 

Helen Leigh 

John Joseph 

Josephine Mary 

Kathern Tyler 

Lucy Lipscon 

Roberta 

Robert Fox 



Roberta Leigh (Fox). 

Sallie Ann 

Virginia Ethel 

Mrs. Winona (Hammond). 94 



.129 
.129 
.129 
.129 
.129 
-129 
_129 
-129 
-129 
-129 
.129 
129 
129 
129 



BOYD FAMILIES 
(in Scotland) 

BOYD 

Adam 

Albert 



.17, 18 



Albert Canady' 

Albert Clarence' . 

Alexander 

Alexander* 

Alexander (12th) 

Alexander L. 

Allen 



Alma Gertrude' 

Andrew 

Andrew' 

Andrew' ^ 

Ann . 

Ann' 



11 

40 

-39. 57. 286 

109, 157 

9, 10, 49 

50, 83 

11 

165 

9 



-85, 116, 293 

21, 22, 45 

23 

46 

49 

50 



Ann Jane (McCune)._ 109. 157 

Anne 48, 49, 50, 83 

Anne' 83 

Annie (White) 50 



Arch Finley' 
Archibald 



-109, 158 



10. 29, 30. 32, 50, 52, 53, 290 

Archibald' 

28. 31,35. 36,37,50,51,280 
Archibald* 

... 36. 49. 52. 80, 84. 106. 237. 293 
Archibald J.' 84. 108. 109. 157 

Archibald Raymond 175, 183 

Archibald Raymond' 116 

Archibald Waltz'' 

. . -.53, 85, 115. 293 

Barbara Jane' 64. 105 

Benjamin 29. 30. 32. 49. 50 

Benjamin' .25, 31, 37, 50, 83, 280 

Benjamin' 50, 83 

Benjamin F. 83 

Benjamin F." 83 

Benjamin Parrish' 



Betty" 

Caroline — 
Carrie Edna" 



.39, 57, 58, 101. 286 

63 

.165 



V..1...C ^>..... ^106.142 

Catharine (Buchanan" 46 

Catherine 

29. 30. 32. 45. 46. 49. 281 

Catherine' (McGrew) 

31. 47. 83, 240, 280, 281 

36. 48. 49. '50. "slSOils, 240. 281 

Catherine Mary" 39, 59 

Charles 13 



Charles Wilson' 

Clyde H. 

Clyde Hiram 

(ilyde Hiram' 



-39, 60, 2S6 

43 

43. 68 



Cora 

Cora Cullar' 

David" 

Derwood' 

Ed 



.41, 63, 104, 242, 289 
40 



Edwin Everett' 



.41, 62, 242. 289 

81 

58. 101 

40 



_41, 62, 63, 242, 289 



Eleanor (Robertson) 

Eli Wilson' 

Elizabeth 



-84, 108 j 



10. 21. 22. 23, 29, 49. 51. 52, 165 

Elizabeth (EmmSch) 22 

Elizabeth (Kelly) I 

38. 54, 286. 302. 304 | 

Elizabeth (Larimer) \ 

49, 80, 154. 269 : 

Elizabeth (Ross) 52 

Elizabeth^ 22 

Elizabeth' 31, 48, 280. 

Elizabeth' (Pinkerton) 

85, 115. 293 

Elizabeth' 50^ 

Elizabeth' 38. 55, 80. 304 i 

Elizabeth Larimer' 82. 107. 274 < 
Elizabeth Mary' 53, 84 ' 



Elizabeth Pauline' 

Mrs. Emily L 

Esther 

Esther Hettie' 
Frances (Long) 
Frances Long . 
Francis 
Francis E. 



.116. 184 



Francis Eugene 

Francis Eugene. Jr. 
Francis Eugene' 




41. 67, 69, 77, 242. 289 

Francis Eugene' 69 

Frank Width' 109. 157 

George Melvln" 106, 143 

George W 165 

Gerald Joseph' 64. 104 

Grace (Jones) 63 



Grace Greenwood". 

Grace Helen' 

Hannah Jane" 

Harriet 

Harriet' 

Harriet' 



Harry Hazlett' 

Helen Odella' 

Henry C. 

Hiram 



85. 116. 293 

- 63 

_39, 57, 286 
49 
50 
80 



Hiram Bails' . 
Hiram Clyde . 
Hiram Clyde" 

Ida May" 

Isabella 



109. 157 

._ 116, 183, 228 

165 , 

40' 



38, 57 I 

-40, 42, 58. 62 
-39. 286 



39, 61. 286 
27,50. 165 

Isabella (Maxwell) 51 

Isabella' 29.47 

Isabella' 48, 240 

S, 



SI 



-9, 10, 11, 12, 22 
46, 50, 165 



-28, 49, 51. 81 
__^__- 1« 
11 



-29. 41 



Rev. J 
James 

James- 

James' 

James (11th) — 

James (18th) 

James A. 

James A.' 

James Carley 

James (Parley' _ 
James McAyeal' . 

82. 108, 154, 178, 291 

Jane 21, 22, 32, 45, 

Jane (or Jennie) 51 

Jane' 4l 

Jane' 36, 5| 

Jane' 

Janet 9, 4l 

Janet' 45, 28l 

Janet' (Jannett) 31, 4| 

Jannett 

Jay" 

Jean 

Jean^ 
Jean* 



151 

-21, 4f 

21 

50 

Jean (McPherson) 4g 

Jean Catherine 70, 71, 71 

Jean Catherine' 69 

Jennie Eleanor' 109, 157 

Jennie Gray" 106, 141, 2611 

Jermiah D." J 82, 2691 

Joannah Jack" 84,109' 

John 11, 22, 27. 30. 32. 37, 39 

40, 48, 51, 52.281 

John' 21, 29. 45 

John' I 

25, 31. 37. 47. 48. 240. 280, 2Sll 

John' 36, 37, 48, 49. 51l 

52. 82, 240, 269. 281 1 

John' 53. 86 

John" 83 

John Carnahan' 80 

John D. 102 

John D.' 38. 39. 54. 57.242. 

286. 28S. 299 

John Finley" 39. 41. 58. 62. 

242. 286. 288. 289 



NAME INDEX 



313 



Ijohn Finley* _. 63 

John Franklin" 

85, 115, 116, 182, 228, 293 

John Painter' 183 

Joseph C.° - 83 

Josiah'' 53, 85 

.Karen' . 58. 101 

1 Katherine Cutting 

(Stewart) 69, 71, 77 

[Kathleen Rita' 64,104 

IKerenhappuch" (Parrish)-- 

.39, 57, 242, 286, 288, 299 

Lillian __ _.179 

Lillian (Sidwell) 157 

Loyd _ 32 

Lydia Delnora (Keefer) 

__ _ 116, 182, 228 

Mabel Vera' 116, 183 

Magsie (Lindsay) 80 

Maggie Alice" 108, 154, 293 

Maggie Fay' _ 109, 158 

Malinda" . 83 

Malinda Kelly= .._ _. 38, 56 

Margaret 9,10,11,21,27,28,29.34 
35. 37, 45, 46, 51, 52, SO, 82, 280 

Margaret (Hunter) _ 81 

Margaret= 29, 47 

Margaret^ _ - 45. 46 

Margaret' 48. 49, 80, 240, 281 

Margaret'' 38. 52, 54 

Margaret" _ _ 83 

Margaret Ann 80, 81 

Margaret Ann (Gray) 

106, 141, 262 

Margaret Ann'"' 53. 84 

Margaret Hunter -- 106 

Margaret Jane'' 80,82,107 

Margaret Viola" .106, 142 

Mariah Kmma ... 39 

Mariah Emma"... 39, 60, 286, 299 

Martha 32, 36, 37, 82 

Martha"' _ 38. 56 

Martha Frances (Savage) 

.. „ .._ _... 64, 104 

Martha W. 165. 258 

Mary 32, 52, 53 

Mary (Cavan) _ _ 29 

Mary (Waltz) ... 53, 84, 237, 293 

Mary' 31, 47, 280 

Mary* - . 36, 49, 53, 81 

Mary= 81, 82, 106, 108 

Mary= (Polly) _. 85 

Mary Ann 165 

Mary Estella" .106,142 

Mary Elizabeth (Markle) 270 

Mary Etta" 85.116.293 

Mary (MoUie) Jane' 

(Cullar) 41, 62, 242, 289 

Mary .losephine' .64, 104 

Mary Maria-' 38, 54, 302 

Mary Pinkerton". .108, 154, 293 

Mary Polly^ ..._ _ -. 53 

Matilda -..- 49 

Matilda* - 50 

Matilda^ _ _ 80 

Maud Olive" ..._ 106, 143 

MerceliaAnna (Winslcw) 41, 43 

Mercelia Louise' 43, 44 

Moses 27. 46 

Moses= _ —28, 29, 30, 45 

Nancy (McAyeal) 

82. 107, 274, 293 

Nancy" 82, 269 

Nancy Agnes' 38, 54 

Nannie Betty (Wayland).... 

58,101 

Patty' (Martha) 52 

Pearle Greenwood' 116, 182 

Pressley Ormond" .85, 116, 293 

Rebecca 21, 22, 38, 53, 83 

Rebecca- 22 

Rebecca' 83 

Reuben _ _ 179 

Robert 9, 11, 27, 29. 30, 32, 

34, 49, 51, 82, 154, 165 

Robert. Sr. 49 

Robert= 29, 47 

Robert' - 25, 31. 33. 35, 37. 

49, 80, 269, 280 

Robert* ..._ _ 36, 52 

Robert' ...- 80, 81. 106, 141, 262 



83 

8 

11 

11 

12 

8 

. 8 

9 

Sir Robert (9th) 10 

Robert Calvin" 108. 154, 293 

Robert de 9 



Robert" 

Robert (1st) .. 
Robert (13th) 
Robert (14th) 
Robert (17th) 
Sir Robert (2nd) . 
Sir Robert (3rd).. 
Sir Robert (4th).. 



Robert Larimer* 

49, 81, 82, 107, 274, 293 

Robert Martin 11 

Robert Martin (16th) 11 

Rosanna _ _. 83 

Rosanna (Kennedy) 29 

Rosanna' 31, 47, 280 

Rosanna' 83 

Ruth 281 

Ruth (Painter) 183 

Ruth* (McGrew) .... 48, 240, 281 

Ruth' _ _ 80 

Ruth M. .._ 83 

Samuel 27 i 

SamueF 29, 47l 

Sarah . 48. 165 

Sarah (Shaw) 81 

Sarah (Wilson) 81 

Sarah' (Pinkerton) 

108, 154, 178. 293 

Scott _ 43 

Scott L. 43 

Scott Lee 40, 64 

Scott Lee' 41. 43, 63, 242, 289 

Susan (Camble) ..._ — .. 83 

Susanna 52 

Susanna' 85, 237 

Susannah' 53 

Teresa Corinne' .._ _....64, 105 

Theodocia (McGrew) ... 82, 269 

Thomas 9. 10. 11, 20, 22 

Thomas' 21, 22, 27, 45 

Thomas* ..._ 49, 81 

Thomas (15th) ._. 11 

Sir Thomas . 11 

Sir Thomas (5th) 9 

Sir Thomas (6th) 9 

Sir Thomas (7th)...- 9 

Sir Thomas (8th) 9 

Sir Thomas (10th) _ - 10 

Thomas Jefferson .... 165 

Wallace Warfel 65, 66 

Wallace Warfel' 41, 64, 242. 289 

William ... 9. 12. 13. 20. 21. 23. 27. 

28, 29, 30, 31. 32. 34, 48. 

49, 50. 52, 55, 277. 281 

William* 19, 21, 27, 28. 29. 

30. 45, 47. 49, 280 

William= .... 22. 28. 29, 30, 31, 34, 

46, 47, 83, 240, 280, 281 

William' .25, 31. 32, 33, 34, 35, 

36, 37, 47, 51, 280 

William'. Jr. 34 

William* . . 36. 37. 38, 49, 50. 51. 
54, 80. 83, 286, 302. 304 

William' 38, 52. 53, 55, 81, 

84, 106, 108 

William" - 80 

William (19th) 12 

William (20th) - 12 

William l21st) - 12 

William (22nd) 12 

William M.* - 48, 240, 281 

William Martin" 39, 58, 286 

BOYDS 
The —.24, 38 

BRACKEN 

Elizabeth 277 

Hannah= 239 

Hannah' 239 

Henry- 239 

James 277 

James' 239 



Jean' - 240 

John _._ _. — 277 

John' - _ 239 

John' 239 

Margaret 31 

Margaret' 239 

Margaret' - _239. 278 

Martha 31 

Martha (Green) .— 239 

Martha' _ 239 

Martha' 239, 240, 278, 281 

Mary' 239 

Susan' 239 



Thomas' 

Thomas' 

William* 

William' 

BRADEN 

Anna 

Catherine (Hay) 

David 

Elizabeth 

John 

Malinda 



.._ 239 
._. 239 

239 

.._ 239 



Malinda Kelly' (Boyd)- 

Mary Jane 

Robert 

William 



57 
57 
57 
67 
57 
37 
57 
57 
_37. 66. 57 
57 



BRANDT 

Carrie Isabel 182 

Daviil Rust -182 

Earl _.182 

Fannie 182 

Irvin 182 

Lavina Belle'" (Hough) ._... 182 

Lloyd Scott 182 

May 182 

Parker 182 

Sallv (Bentz) 182 

Wilfred Paul 182 

BRANDWOOD 

Andrew 46 

BRANHAM 

Mrs. John _ 76 

Ondu.s _129 

BRASS 

Major Thomas .. 66 

BRAWDY 

Aaron Morrison 109 

Blanche Mary (Bryan) 160 

Edith Rebecca _.... 160 

Eleanor Jane _.109 

Elizabeth 109 

James 109 



109 
109 
159 
160 
160 
109 
109, 159 



109. 



.109, 159 

109 

109 

109. 159 

. 109 

109 



Jane (Work) 

Joannah Jack" (Boyd) 

Joanna Jack Boyd 

John Iieane 

Jolin Thamer . 

John Work 

Josiah Morrison 

Laura May (Morton) 

Margaret 

Mary Jane 

.\'ellie Belle 

Susan .. 

Violet . . 
BRBADON 

James 22 

BREESE 

Elizabeth Ann _ 246 

Samuel 246 

BRELINE 

Maurice 160 

BREWER 

Saiah Elizabeth 154 

BRICKMAN 

Olga _ _.. 63 

BRIDGE 

Mary Ellen .._ 220 

BRIGGS 

The _ 24 

BRINDLE 

Richard K 220 

BRINKER 



Catharine lona . 
BRINKMAN 

Elsie Gertrude 
BROADHEAU 

Colonel Daniel . 
BROCKINGS 

Thomas 

BROESKE 

Paul _ _ 

BROOKINS 

Jane „ 

Thomas . 

BROOKS 

The - 

BROOKS 

Catherine Mary 



..153 
.230 



.._..33, 246 
-.. 52 



..128 



38 



(Boyd) .... 59 

EfHe (Ella) (Cooley) 59 

Harriette Ellen „ _.. 59 

lola 60 

Ira 60 

Ira Wilson 69, 60 

Jay N. 60 

Lizzie 60 



Lloyd Wilson 

Mary Alice _ 

Minerva A. (Talmadge) 

Minnie 

Rolland Boyd 

Sally Adaline ___ 

Samuel ' 

Samuel Jay Z 

Willie 

BROWN 

Rev. 98 

Armintha 

Avi.s Mae 



_. 59 
_.222 
__ 60 
_ 60 
._ 59 
_ 59 
._ 59 
_.. 59 
_ 60 



Charles Edward 

Chauncey Smitli 

David Wayne 

Elizabeth Pearl 
George Bernard 

Harry Finley 

Hester 

Jacob Franklin _ 



137 

.284 

. 97 

97 

97 

97 

.153 

284 

.284 

.254 

.284 



.Tames Austin 


284 




284 


James Victor . 


97 


.lane Watson .. _ . . 


284 


John Harvey . . .. 


284 


Joseph ...^ 


_ 109 


Rev. Joseph Bec^wlth. 


__ 145 


Lama Mary 


97 




75 


Margaret Catherine 


97 


Margaret Elizabeth 




(Wil.son) 


... 97 




M4 


Mary Malinda (Foose). 


97 


\ii.nfy (Mains) 


284 


Nancy Margaret . 


...284 




284 


Rachel "^ 


. . 76 


Robert Culbert _ 


. .... 284 


Ruth _ 


_ ._177 


Theodore McKinley 


97 


W.iltiT Riixfiell 


98 


Wnii.nrTi Rimer ............ 


284 


William Garrett 


97 


iROW.VLEE 




I .t .Inseph 


. 33 


URUCE 




Robert 


9 


BRVA.N' 






160 




160 


Clare Belle 


160 


Emma Etta 


160 


George Franklin 


160 


.Totin Henry 


160 


John Rader . .. 


. - 160 


Rebecca I'ore (Kelley) 


160 


William Kelley 


. . 160 


\\'oo(lroe Thurraan 


_ 160 


HRYSON 




Andrew .... 


106 


Andrew Oliver 107, 144, 


145,197 


Archibald Boyd . .. 


107, 143 


Carolyn Elizabeth . .. 


198 


David Andrew 


197 



Eleanor Blanche (Junk) 145 

Eleanor Hunter 145 

Eliza 106 

Elizabeth Oar (Smith) 197 

Frances Leah (Smith) 145. 197 

Frances Lee 198 

Gladys Artridge 145. 198 

John Hamilton _ 106, 107, 143 

John Hamilton. II _ 145, 197 

John Hamilton, III 197 

Leoda Marie (Sutton) 198 

Lulu May .107, 145, 146 

Margaret Virginia 107, 143 

Mary' (Boyd) 107, 143 

Mary Gillespie 76 

Mary Jane 106 

Mary Louise 197 

Mclvin Hamilton 107, 146 

Nannie 106 

Nellie Fern (Raymond) 198 

Robert 106 

Robert Elmer 107, 146 

Robert Oliver 198 

Sarah Anne . 144 

Shirley Ann 198 

Smith Oliver 145. 197, 198 



Oliver Smith II.. 

Susan .. 

Susan Venora 



198 
.. 106 
107, 143 

106 



Susanna (Hamilton) 

William 106, 197 

William Hunter .._107. 145 

BUCHANAN 

Rev. 

Andrew 



Catharine 

Margaret 

Mary Gladys 

Sarah 

BUCHER 
Joseph 

BUCKLEY 
Charles Leo 



_ 5( 
- 46 
_ 46 
_ 28 
_196 
_ 29 

.190 



Charles Robert 

Emma Catherine (Day) 

Kathleen 

Margaret . 191 

Mary (Oimmens) 191 



_191 

.191 

-191 

191 



Mary Elizabeth 
Mayme 
Nellie Cecilia 



Timothy William 

Walter Joseph C^immens 
BUNTING 

David 

BURD 

Byron Beecher 



-192 
191 

_191 
191 

-191 

-254 
- 90 



314 



THE BOYD FAMILY 



Sylvester 
BURGE 

Clyde 

BURGETT 

Mr. 



- 90 
_223 



Boston 

BURGUM 
Alton Theodore — 
Ann 

Anne (Bradley) 

Anthony T 

Arthur Castleman 

Clara 

Edyth 



.-267 
.266 



..130, 193 

129 

129 

129 

.130, 192 

129 

129 



Edyth Lillian (Harrington) 192 

Mrs. J. A. 93 

Jessamine Southern 

(Slaughter) 130, 192 

Joseph Arthur 129, 130. 192 

Joseph Boyd 130, 193 

Joyce Aevon 192 

Joyous Leeruth 193 

Leland Slaughter... 130, 192. 193 

Marjorie Lee 130, 192 

Ruth (Hoeger) 193 

Thomas 129 

William 129 



BURGUNDY 

Charles. Duke of.. 
BURKE 

Emma Sophie 

BURKHART 

Myrtle 

BURICHOLDER 

Mrs. Rebecca 

BURN' HART 

Lemuel Luther 

BURXWORTH 

Ida Mae 

BURN'S 

Frank 

BUSH 

William 

BUSSIN'GER 

Fred 



_ 10 
_299 



_194 
_166 



_ 59 
_205 



_198 



151 

140 



BUTLER 

Annie Malinda 

BUTTS 

Benjamin Franklin 
BYDER 

Mary E. 

BYERS 

Samuel 



_237 



_125 
_127 



46 



CABEEN 

Irene 

Richard Finis 

CADMAN 

Caroline (Wakefield) 

(I!harles Wakefield 

William Charles 

CADWALLADER 

John. Esq. 

CALDWELLS 
The 

CALDWELL 

Anna 

William 

GAMBLE 

(Gamble) Susan 

CAMERON 
Thomas 



_171 
_170 

.258 
.258 
..258 

_ 34 

- 24 

-181 

_ 87 



CAMPBELL 
Archibald Copeland . 

Damaris 

James 



Margaret 

Sir Matthew 

Naomi 
CAMPLE 

Robert 

CANPIELD 

Maryn 



83 

-174, 222 



-.163 
-162 
.261 
_ 11 
_ 11 
_223 



CANNON 

Bert 

Clara Ellen' (Markle). 

J. R 

Joseph Lloyd 

CARLSON 
Carl 



CARNAHAN 
Mr. 



- 33 

_139 

.190 
.270 
.270 
_270 

-219 

-. 24 



CARNAHAN S 
The ---. 

CAROTHERS 
The 



Isabella 

James P. 

Jane (Moore) 
John 



_ 24 
_273 
.273 
-273 
_ 25 



CARROLL 

Glenn 224 

CARSON 

George Orbin 159 

James 142 

Margaret 281, 282 

Martha 281, 282 

Mary 106, 281, 282 

Mary Elizabeth 142 

Mary Estella= (Boyd) 142 

Moses 281, 282 

Nancy (Fulton) 142 

Nancv Margaret 142 

Robert Boyd 142 

Robert Fulton 142 

Thomas Shaw 142 

William 33 

William C. 142 

CARTER 

Calvin Petraay — 187 

Will 125 

CASEY 

Ellen E. 300 

John 167 

John Samuel 300 

R. A 300 

CASSILLIS 

Earl 10 

CASTELL 

Albert John 137 

Anna Jane 137 

Bertha 137 

Clara (Hague) 137 

Cora 137 

Ervin Edward 137 

Ethel Ann (Ferguson) 137 

Estella Elizabeth 137 

Etta Emily 13" 

Eunice Ivy 137 

John 137 

Lena 137 

Lillian May 137 

Marv Ellen 137 

Pri.sciUa 137 

William Bernard 137 

CASTLE 

John 303 

CAVAN 

John 47 

Mary> (Boyd) 47 

William 33, 47 

Wm. 29 

CAVANAUGH 

Edna 180 

CERVANTES 

Joseph F. 103 

CHALFANT 

George 101 

Jessie 101 

Marv (Cox) 101 

CHAMBAL 

Anna 233 

Elizabeth Lucille 233 

Louis 233 

Mathilda Anna ._ 233 

CHAMBERLAIN 

Marie 63 

CHAPMAN 

Blanchard Cecil 135 

CHARLES II 

(King of England) _ 12 

CHENAULT 

Waller 77 

CHERRYHOLMES 

Austin Harrison 99 

Harlen Demuth 99 

Ida Florence 99 

James Harper 99 

John 99 

Mary Anne (Harper) 99 

Wallace Abraham 99 

CHRISTY 

David O. 243" 

CLARK 
John Ritchie 105 

CLARKE 

Catherine (MacFarlane) 87 

Colin Campbell 87 

Florence Lillian 87 

CLASPEY 

Jenny 112 

CLENDENNIN 

Miss 81 

CLOKEY 

John Sawyer" 39 

Mary Jane" 39 

CLOWES 

John 255 

Rebecca 254 

William 254 

(Cowes) John 254 



( Cowes ) Margery 
COCHRAN 
Archibald Boyd — 

Gideon 

John 



_254 

-111 

111 

_111 



John Barr 



Mary Ann (NichoUs). 
COE 

Laura 

COLDREN 

Clare R. 

COLEANCE 

John 

COLES 

John 

Thomas 

COLLINS 

Bertha 



-111, 112 
111 



_ 95 
_305 



-277 



Charles Monroe 

Mary Etta 

Sara 

Sarah 

COLP 

Sara 

COLVILLE 

Sir Robert 

CONN 

Alfred Eugene 

Fred Q 

Hugh Henry 

James Francis 

James Kenneth 

John William 

John Wray 



_ 37 
_ 37 

_121 
-308 
-214 
-106 
^106 

_ 92 

_ 11 

-201 
_201 
.201 
-201 
-201 
-201 
-201 
-201 
-201 
-125 
-201 



-256 
-226 



Margaret Jane* (Gaut)- 

Mary Jane 

Maude Josephine 

Sarah Jane 

COOK 

Martha 

COOKE 
Alison 

COOPER 

Rachel 

Robert 

COPELAND 

Flora 

Minnie Ann 

CORBETT 

Abigail Louella (Eisaman). 186 

Alexander G. 118 

Anna Bell 118, 184, 251 

Donald Edgar 186 

Dorothy 105 

Harriet W 118 



-106 
-262 



-131 
-131 



Harry Cleveland 

Harvey S. 

Irene 

Isabelle 



Jay Rawlings _ 

John M. 

Joseph Guy 

Joseph Newton 
Josiah 



-118,186 

lis 

213 

118 

186 

-118 



Maggie Clara 

Margaret Fleming 

(Guthrie) 

Marv Delnora" 

(Bell) 

Mary Jane 



-118, 185 

118 

..lis 



-118, 185 
118 



Milton Fleming 

Miriam Genevive 

(Barnhart) 

Paul Clover 

Rebecca E. 

Richard Wilson 

Robert Barnhart 

Samuel Edgar 

Sarah 

CORLEW 

Emory 

CORT 

Abner 

COTTON 

Samuel 

COUCH 

Donald Merryman 

COUGHENOUR 

Albert 

COWAN 

Rev. Edward 

Judge S. S 

COWIE 

Tillie Eliza 

COX 

Dinah 

John 

COY 
Jesse Edgar 

CRAIG 
James 



-118, 184. 251 

118. 186 

-118, 184, 251 

186 

118 

118 

186 

186 

-118. 185, 186 
lis 



-187 
-109 



40 



-135 
-218 



-166 
- 40 



99 



-282 
-282 



_105 
_ 39 



John 

CRAIGHEAD 

Franklin Gordon 

CRAIK 

(Crayk) Catherine 

CRANDALL 

Ottis J. 

CRAWFORD 

Jacob 

Josiah 

Margaret A. 

Col. Wm. 

CRESSWELL 

James 

CRISNOLD 

Clementine 

CRISWELL 

^Villiam Penn — 

CROMWELL 

Oliver 

CRITCHFIELD 

Harry 



CROMBIE 
William 

CRONKLETON 
Marv 

CROOKS 

Jennie 

CROSBY 

Annie Lulu 

Eli 

Elizabeth 

James Henry 



-19, 28 
291 



.. 12 
-202 

.307 

- 48 

- 95 
.255 

-"I 

-118' 
-111 

- 15 
-174 I 
-258 ' 



-243 



.157 



99 

158 
158 
158 
158 
158 



Jennie Eleanor' (Boyd) 
CROSON 

Mary 162 

CROSS 

Isabella 50, 51 

John 50, 51 

Sarah 50, 51 

CROTHERS 

Ruth Ann 296 

CUGGIA 

Jean 122 



CULLAR 
Amanda Elizabeth _ 
Amanda Elizabeth* 

Ellen Delitha 

Ellen Delitha* 

Ira 

Ira* 

James L. 

James L.* . 



41 

.242, 288 

41 

-242. 288 

41 

-242, 28S 
41 



John Wesley _ 
John Wesley" „ 
Joseph T\-son" 

Laura Alice 

Laura Alice* 



242. 28S 

40, 41 

-241, 242. 2SS 

288 

41 

242. 2S8 
41 



Littleton King Haskel 
Littleton King Haskel' 242, 
Mary (Mollie) Jane... 39. 40, 41 

Mary (Mollie) Jane* 242. 2S8 

Nancy Jane (Perrv) 41 

Nancy Jane" ( Perrv).- 242, 288 
Sarah (Sally) Martha 

(Moser) 288 

CULLER 

Allen= 241 

Augustin H." 241 

Benjamin" ^ 241 

Betsey' 241 

Catheline' 241 



Charlotte" 
Da\id S." . 
Delitha" 



Elizabeth (Betsey) 

(Moser) 

Hulda' (Huldah) 

Jacob Armstrong" _ 

John Wesley' 

Joseph^ 



-241 
-241 
-241 



Joseph Tyson" 
Louisa" 



Margaret Paulina" . 
Martha" 



Martin Armstrong* 

Mary" (Polly) 

Nancy (Moser) 

Nancy" 

Rachel' 



Richard Alexander" . 

Sally' 



Sarah (Sally) Martha 

(Moser) 

Solomon' 

Thomas" 
■William' 



William Washington" 
CUMMINGS 
Horace 



-241 
.241 
.241 
-.241 
-241 
-241 
-241 
-241 
-241 
-241 
-241 
-241 
-241 
-.241 
-241 
-241 

-241 
-241 
-241 
-241 
-241 

-137 



NAME INDEX 



315 



I'NNINGHAM 

Alexander 

Alvinzl' 

Amanda (Dunn) 
Austin 



tatharine (Hatfield) 

I'^benezer' ._ 

Kdwin Stanton „_ 

JOlizabeth 

Elizabeth' 



Frances Elizabeth 

Frank ___ 

i;ertrude 



-134 
-243 
.„134 
..144 
..243 
_.243 
-.134 
._134 
...243 
_.134 
_.109 
.134 

Hannah (Finley) 88,243 

Hannah' 243, 244 

Harry D. 134,305 

James' 88, 243 

,Iane= 243 

LeRoy Johnston' 89, 244 

Lura Ethel" 88, 244 

Mariah (Johnston) 88, 244 

Nancy= 243 

Rebecca' 243 



« 



Robert Johnston' __. 88, 243, 244 
Sarah Margaret 

(Ferguson) 134 

Violet' _ 243 

Dr. Walter Alexander 134 

William Finley' 243 

CURRY 

Burrell LeRoy 230 

Charles Howard 230 

Eleanor Rhoda 230 

Emma Alice (Hunter) 230 

George Arnold 230 

George B 230 

Ida (Barton) 230 

James 84 

Mona Lee 230 



ICURSTEAD 

Arthur C. .- 
[CUTHBERT 

Earl 

[CUTTING 

Abi" 

Amelia' 



..145 
..214 



70 

70 



Catherine Sophia' 

(Howland) 

Cynthia' 

Cynthia' (Warren) 

Daniel' 

Francis* 

Francis" 

Gilbert' _ 



..71. 74 

70 

70 

70 

_..- 70 
..71, 74 
70 



Grace Julia' 71, 74, 77 

Jane (Page) 70 

Jennie Page* 70 

John' 70, 79 

John' 70 



Lewis' 70, 72 

Lewis Howland' 71, 74 

Lewis Morrison* 70, 71, 74 

Maria Snow' 71, 74 



Marshall' 

Richard^ 

Rich a rd' 

Susan Julia' (Cutting). 
William 



_87 



DAGUE 

George 

DALE 

Cora Bell 159 

Druscilla (Penney) 159 

Harry Seward 159 

John 131 

Nannie Pearl 158 

Peter Conrad 159 

Richard Matthew 159 

DANIEL 

Opal Gertrude 137 

DARR 
Joseph ■ 236 

DARRAH 
Nancy (Underwood) 217 

DAVID I 

(King of Scotland) 8 

DAVIS 

Agnes 45 

Charles C. 129 

Flossie 140 

(Davies) Hugh — 45 

James . — 45 

Janet 45 

Laura 100 

Lida 99 

Martha - — 86 

Rosanna 45 

Sibbie Ella 145 

Simeon Charles 67 

William . 131 



DAWSON 

Arline Loretta .... 

Gerald Carew 

Margaret Naomi 



.213 

.213 

...213 



Olive May (Baldwin) 213 

Ralph Basil 213 

William Ross 213 

William Ross. Jr 213 



Emma Catherine 126. 191 

Emma Millenna (Johnston) 

126. 190 

Flora _ 126 




Frank 

Frank P. _ 
George B. 
Henry C. 

Jane 

John 



Mary (Casebeer) 

William 

DEAN 

Harry George .. 

Hattie Janette 

Hazel Irene .__ 

Leona Grace 



.126. 190, 192 
...-126 

126 

126 

126 

126 

_126 
.190 



105 
105 
105 
105 
105 
105 



Phyllis Marie 

Solea Myrtle 

Teresa Corinne' (Boyd) 105 

Theodore Jennings 105 

Vera May 105 

DEANE 

Mr. 120 

DEARBORN 

Alfred 129 

DECAMP 

George 266 



DBCLAVON 

Phoebe 

DEER WESTER 

Alva John 

DEFFENBAUGH 

Isabelle Libby (Dent)_ 

Ivan Charles 



...131 

__ 59 

__102 

__103 

.102 

_102. 103 

37 



_ 39 

_221 

.301 

168 
168 
168 
168 



Loring Pinkney 

Louis Michael 

DEGNAN 

John 
DELL 

Narcissa 

DEMPHY 

Mary Josephine _ 
DKMUTH 

Benjamin 

DENNICK 

Abraham Clinton 

Agnes Virginia — 

Julia Anna 

Margaret Cooper 

Margaret Cooper (Temple) 168 

May Pearl 168 

Thomas 168 

DERR 

Mary _-266 

DETER 

Catherine 

John 

Mary Elizabeth 

Mathilda (Rickey) 
DETWILER 

Smith Jacob 

DEVELBIS 

Casper 37 

DEVER 

John Francis . 64 

DICK 

Alexander Miligan — 112 




Dr. Mungo 

DICKEY 

Rev. Samuel L.. 

DIECPCHOFF 
Bertha Emma . 

DILL 

Mathew . _ 

DILS 

Adele Jeanette (Lucus)- 

Arthur Orpheus 

Edgar Oliver 

Elizabeth Joan 

Ethel May 

Ewing 



.161 
-240 



.218 
_218 



_.218 

_.218 

-_218 

218 

Gertrude Edna* (Williams) 218 

Lee Anna Ellen 218 

DISCOE 

Gertrude Irene 171 

Harlan Albert . 171 

Harr>' Kenneth 171 

Harry Kenneth. Jr 171 



Henry David 171 

Minnie Belle (Rose) 171 

Ruth Evangclyn (Pattlson) 
171 

DISSER 
Jean Louise 125 

DOBSON 
Loyal 225 

DODDS 

Mr. 31, 278 

DODSON 
John Fletcher 64 

DONAHOE 

Agustus 181 

Anna (Drennlnff) 181 

David Donald 181 

Emma 181 

James 181 

John 181 

John Oliver 181 

Julia __..181 

Mary Jane" (Hough) ._ 181 

Nell 181 

Samuel Eugene . 181 

Thomas 181 

William Franklyn 181 

William Thomas 181 

DONALDSON 

Stuart 150 

DOUGHERTY 

Anne Elizabeth 125 

David Johnston 125 

Elizabeth (llostettler) 125 

Elizabeth (Johnston) 125 

Frank Haldeman 125 

John Franklin _...125 

Dr. John Franklin 125 

DOUGLAS 
James 87 

DOWNEY 

Charles Edward . 228 

Charles Edward. Jr 229 

Etta _ 156 

Florence Elizabeth 

(Hunter) 228 

Harold Richie 229 

Ida Elsie 228 

Laura Alice (Kirkland) 228 

Marjorie Grayce 228 

Olive Marie 228 

William David 229 

William George 228 

William George. Jr. 228 

DOYLE 

Anna Mae 129 

DRAKE 
John Barley 161 

DRBNNE.V 

John 106 

Margaret 84 

DREW 
Gladys Eudora .299 

DUFF 

John Boyd. Jr 148 

Thomas Albert 221 

DUGAN 

Rev. Thomas 255 

DULL 

Blanche 166 

DUNBAR 
Robert 163 

DU.NCAN 

James 35 

R. J. __218 

DUNLAP 

Bess K. 273 

DUNLEVY 

David 56 

Rev. Osmer 162 

DUNMIRE 
Ruth 228 

DURANTIER 
Rose . 219 

DURSTI.NE 

Abraham Andrew 212. 231 

Abraham H. 212 

Arthur Chester 212. 231 

Boyd Emerson 212, 232 

Daisy Ann ._ 212. 232 

Daisy Pearl* (Williams) 

212 231 

Dorothy Elizabeth _1 212." 232 

Elsie Mae . .^ 212. 232 

Emma Grace (Blystone) 231 

Jack Wilson 212. 232 

Jennie Hannah _ 212 

Joseph Patrick __212, 232 

Maggie 212 

Maggie Mazle 212, 231 

Mazie Sylvia ___» _212 

Olive Louise 212, 232 



Phebe Anna (Sllllman) 212 

William Arthur 231 

William Franklin 212. 231 

Wllma Jean 2S1 



DUWALL 


IKfl 


DWYER 
Basil Stewart 

E 
BCKLUND 
.Tnhn Rdwnrrt 


275 
1.1ft 


EDDY 

Snmiiel R«q 

EDE 
Alice 


29 
228 


EDIE 

Samuel 22. 27. 46 

.Snniiipl Esq 91 
EDMONDS 

Thoma.>i R 170 
EDWARDS 

J p • in Ri 


EFKE 

Hellen Louise 

EGLI.NTO.N' 

Rrvre de 


201 
8 


Ataster nt 
EHRO 

Johanna Magdalena 

EISAMAN 

Ahigall Lnnellft .. , ,. 


12 
294 
IS!; 


Alice Mnrin 


18R 


Arthur William . 
David Elmer 
Edward Homer 

Kmma .Tane 


185 

185 
185 
185 


Grace Margaret 

Irwin Marlon (LL.D.).... 

Jacob Buchman 

James Jacob Leader 

Jane (Agnew) 


185 
148 

185 

185 
IRK 


Jcannette Gertrude 

John Agnew 

Robert 


185 
185 

214 


EISENBERG 
J. I 


43 


ELLIOTT 
Rllzahefh 


148 


Joseph Hawley 

Laura Belle 

Mary 


117 
134 

135 


Omer 


K<) 


ELLIS 

Svlvanla« 

ELPHINGTON 

(of Blaythswood) 

EMERSO.N 

Fl'ir**nc*> 


67 

11 

<)K 




AK 


EMIGH 

Philip 
ENGLEHART 

Adnlph 


28 

19R 


E.NSLOW 

Capt. George 
ERICKSO.N 

Elida 


. 34 
10J 


ERRETT 
ir;,iiih 


149 


T.Vlith May 

ERROL 

Countess of 

Robert Boyd, Earl of 

ERSKIN 


173 

.... 13 
_ 13 

8 


ERVIN 

Alvln 


»<f 


Xrmvtmrifw 

Cunningham 
nnvld 


86 

86 

86 


Rliraheth 


86 


Elizabeth Jane (Johnston).. 86 


Mary Ann 
Nathaniel 


86 


Silna 


RR 


Vlnl»t Allro 
Wllllarri 


86 

KR 


ESIMAU 

Jnhn 


112 


ESPEY 

Hattie 


^^f. 


Laura Belle 166 

ESSIG 
Charles Hess 128 
Eva Madalene 128 
Florence Kathryn 128 
Herman LInd 128 
Valeria Louisa (Spangler)-128 

EVANS 
Dr A. Grant , ... 44 



316 



THE BOYD FAMILY 



Caroline Eleanor 161 

Caroline Maria (Beurer) 161 

Catherine (Shumaker) 110 

Duncan 19 

Eleanor Jane (Brawdy) 160 

Ethel May 161 

Frank Woodward 161 

Frank Woodward. Jr 161 

Grace Emily (Baehr) 161 

James Tobias 110. 160 

John 110 



John Brawdy 

John DeXoon 

Lucy Louisa 

Mary Elizabeth 



_160, 161 
161 

110 

110 

William Keyes 110 

EWIXG 

George Wilson 156 

EYLER 

Valentine , 28 



FALLEN 

Charles W 

FAJVIILTON 

Hazel 

PAXNIN 

Gladys 

FARMER 

Maj. Lewis 



273 

96 



.129 



Milton Everson 202 

FARXSWORTH 

Anna Mae 208 

Clare Frances (Pretts) 208 

Rev. John T 208 



Kathryn Lorraine 

Lois (Zimmerman) . 

Ralph Alfred 

FASSLER 

Bertha 

FEIST 

Barbara 

FELGAR 
Clara Bell 



208 

208 

208 

292 



William Allen 

FEXTON 

John 



.194 



.209 
.160 



214 



FERGUSON 

Albert Ambrose 56. 100 

Albert Harper 99, 136 

Audra Elizabeth _ _.i00. 140 

Anna Hasseltine (Martin) 100 

Bessie Mae 99. 137 

Boyd Swan __ 99, 137, 138 

Buena Vista (Zollars) 139 

Carl William 136 



Carrell Boyd 

Clarissa (Leech) 
Clifford LeRoy _ 
Dora Maude 



-.100, 140 
-.100, 139 



100, 139 

98, 134 

Dkjrothy Genevieve 138 

Earl Wendell 136 

Edith May 136 

Edna Alberta 100 

Elizabeth 56 



-56, 101 
_138 



—100. 139 
„140 



Elmer Ellsworth 

Elvira Ethel 

Emmett Leech 

Erma (Teel) 

Ethel Ann _ 99. 136 

Flora Eliza (Beottner) 136 

Frances Elizabeth 139 

George Hercules 56, l66, 139 

Glen Albert 136 

Harold Leroy 136 

Ida Florence 



(Cherryholmes) 

James 

James Madison 

John William 

Joyce Elaine 

Leona Florence 

Lester Boyd 

Mabel Corinna 

Margaret 



99. 136 

— 45. 56, 118 

56, 99 

98. 135 

139 

99. 138 

138 

101 

56 

Margaret (Carrell) 56 

Margaret Bethia 56, 98, 305 

Margaret Elaine 135 

Martha ._ 37 

Martha' (Boyd) 56, 98. 304, 305 

Martha Jane 99 

Mary 56 

Mary Lucile 136 

Mary Viola 99, 138 

Matilda Eunice (Holmes).-.. 

_ 98, 133 

Nancy Bethia 98. 133 

Nina Florence 100, 140 

Olive Elizabeth 139 

Oliver Beryl (Syler) 139 

Pearl (Wait) 138 



Rachel 56 

Ralph Edward 136 

Robert 56 

Robert .lohn 56, 98, 99. 133. 304 

Robert Milton 140 

Samuel 56, 98, 304. 305 



Samuel Holmes 


.- .98. 135 


Samuel Thomas 

Sarah Elizabeth ._. 
Sarah Margaret . -^ 


- 56. 100 

56. 99 

98, 134 


Wa>-ne Zollars _ 

William 


139 

56 


William Boyd 

Wm 


56, 99, 136 
- . . . 45 


FETCHEN 
Anrlv 


225 


George Walter 


225 


John Frank 

Josephine 


225 

225 


Katherine Bertha 

Mary (Altfalter) 


225 
f>!?5 


Mike Joseph 


9.K 


Peter James 


225 


Sophie 


!>5!R 


Stanley Peter .. . . 


295 


Stephine Agnes 


225 


PICHT 

Katherine 

FINERIC 

Ann Jane .- . . 


180 
1.11 


PINKMAN 
Jacob 


51 


FINLEY 
Andrew 


53 


Andrew. Esq. 

Andrew^ .. . . 


24 
!>4S 


Andrew' 
Andrew* .. 


—.234. 246 
234 


Andrew*, Jr. 
Ann (O'Neill) . 


247 
9.4^ 


Anna= .... . .. . 


24.=; 


Clement' 


245 


Eleanor* -. 

Elizabeth' 


-.234, 247 

245 


Hannah 


243 


Hattie Irene -. .. 


211 


Rev. James^ .. 


. . 245 


James' 


!(4.=; 


■Tames R.* 

Dr. James Brown* 

Jane (Jack) 


— 234. 247 

246 

234, 246 


Jennv* .. .. 


.234. 247 


John= 


24.=; 


John' 


246 


Captain John* 
Captain Joseph 


—234, 246 
32, 34 


Martha (Barclay) „ 
Martha- 


- 245 

245 


Martha* 


234, 246 


Martha' 


94 R 


Marv 


279 


Marv' 


!!4.=; 


Marv* (Polly) 
Michael^ 


— 234, 247 
94.=; 


Michael' 


9AR 


Michale« 


9if. 


Nanny* 


934 947 


Rev. Samuel^ 

Samuel' 

William= 


—245, 246 
946 
94.=; 


FINN 

J. J. 


199 


FINNEY 

Mi.ss 


F,^ 


James 


S7 


William 

FISCUS 

Margaret Elizabeth . 


84 
119 


FISHER 

Betsy Ann 

Catherine 


54 
256 


Edward Elsworth 


100 


Ellsworth -- 


14<( 


George Leander 
George S. 


99 
54 




256 




54 


James Howard 

John — - . 


100 
258 


Margaret' (Boyd) 


54 


Mary Ann 

Samuel 


100 

inn 


Sarah Elizabeth 


54 
54 


FITZALAN 
Walter . . . 


8 


FLANAGAN 
Martha 


196 


FLATCHER 

Archibald 

.Tohn 


—281. 282 
281 



PLEANCE 

8 

FLEECE 

Albert Eugene 224 

Albert J 224 

Charles Andrew 223, 224 

Clinton Raymond 224 

Dorothy Irene 224 

Ida Rose 224 

Mary Elizabeth 224 

Mildred lona 224 

Polly Catherine* (Williams) 224 

Rachel Agnes 224 

Rose Ann (Shafer) 224 

FLEENOR 

Eli 288 

Martha (Hampton) 288 

Sarah 288 

FLEISCHER 

John George 233 

FLEinNG 

Marv E. 54 

FLETCHER 

Ansel 137 

FORBES 

(Lord) 10 

John 23 

FORD 

Sylvester 216 

FORSYTHE 

Margaret 260 

Marion L. . 231 

Sarah Jane 260 

FORTNEY 

Clara 67 

FOSTER 

Mr. 83 

FRA-NCIS 

Rev. 67 

PRANCY 

Jenny 236 

FREAJVI 

Dalton James 299 

FREDERICK 

Katherine 224 

FREED 

(Tyrus Bitner 115 

PRESHOUR 

Warren L. 230 

PRETTS 

Mr. and Mrs. A. G 166 

Abram Shallenberger 165 

Albert Gallagher 

164, 165. 207, 265 

Albert Glenn 165, 209 

Augustina (Nunweiler) 208 

Bettv Lorraine 165, 210 

Carl Abram 165, 208 

Carl Allan 208 

Carrie Boyd 165 

Clare Frances 165, 208 

Connie Jean 209 

Dale Albert 208 

Dempsey D. 165 

Emma Frances 165 

Emma Genevieve _ 165, 209 

Frances Long (Boyd) 165 

George Clayton 165, 209 

James Boyd 165 

James Stanley 165, 209 

Joy Louvaine 208 

Louella L. 165 

Margaret Alverda 

(Nicholls) 165,207,265 

Martha Belle 165 

Mary Audrey (Ruble) 208 

Merle Boyd 165, 207, 208 

Mildred Elizabeth ._165, 207,264 

Olive Oatman 165 

Violet Emma (Shaw) 209 

PRICK 

Henry Clay 114, 260 

Lavina 260 

FRIZELL 

Carrie 92 

FROST 

Frances Isabel! 70 

FRUITS 

Gertrude (Breeding) 104 

FRY 

Joseph. J. P 36 

FULLERTON 

Adelle Louise 224 

FULLMER 

Sherick Peter 179 

FULMER 

Alice Pearl 200 

FULTEN 

Jane (Johnson) 287 

John - 287 

Polly 287 



FULTON 

Jennie _ _ 

Nancy 

O. P. 

PULTONS 

The 

FUNK 

Carl Ross 

(Christopher Snider 

Flora Eloise 

George 

George Raymond 

Glenn Emerson 

Helen May 

Janice Louise (Jackson)— 201 

Llovd Valentine 200f 

Margaret Jane* (Gaut) 200 

Margaret Mary (White) 200^ 

Mary 24» 

Nancy Margaret 2011 




GABEL 

Eugene Seraphlne 

GADDIS 

Grace Louise (Pircel)_ 

Grace Luella 

Howard 



Jonathan Allen 

Mabel Claire 

Sara Ethel 

Sarah Jane „ 
William Henry 

GALBREATH 

JIargaret 

Robert 

GARBER 

George Warren 

GARDNER 

Tillie 

William H. 

GARRETT 
Fanye Luella 



Frances Ellen (Cover). 

George McMullin 

Harrv Olin 

Harvey Clay 

James Franklin 

John Cover 

GARRISON 

Frank Charles 

Gertrude Amelia 

John Coe 



Lydia Rahama (Jewell). 

Mary Josephine 

Maude Adell 

GASSEN 

Novelle Vera 

GASTON 
Eloise Madeline 

GAULT 

Adda Marie 

Alma Elizabeth 

Charles Stark 

David Stewart 



Dora Maude (Ferguson) 

Emma Eunice 

Emma Nancy (Stark) 

FYank Mickle 

John James 

Margaret Bertha 

Thomas Chambers 

Usher Etta _ 



William Wheeler 134, 

GAUT 

(Miss) (Wray) 

Amanda= 

Anna Bell (Corbett) 

Anna Jack (Robertson) 

_ - 169, 173. 

Annie Marv' (May) — 

Clark Wray' 185, 

Elizabeth Jane' 

Francis (Frank) Andrew' 

.:.„ 169. 173, 248. 

Frank Elmer" 

Hanna Jane (Long) — 

Harrv Edgar* 185. 

Hazel Bell (Piatt) 

Helen Wray" 

James Wray* 147, 202, 

John^ 

John' 

John Andrew' 249,290, 

John Bovd' ^-147.200,248, 
John Francis* 147, 201, 202. 

John Francis', Jr 

Lizzie' 

Margaret Jane* 147, 200, 201, 

Margaret Sally' 

Martha' 

Mary (Wray) 

Mary' 



.122 

146 
146 

146 
146 
146 
146 

148 

11 
II 

-17l' 
V 
261 
213 

59 

60 

60 
- 60 
.. 60 t 
. 60' 
. 60 1 

102 
1021 

.1021 
1"2 



-221 J 

.134 
. 134i 
.134 

134 

135 

135 t^ 
.134 

134 
- 134 

134 
-134 

134 
, 135 

248 
248 

.185 

249 

249 

2.t1 



249 
248 
202 
251 
1S5 
1S5 
250 
248 
248 
297 
250 
250 
202 
248 
250 
249 
24S 
24S 
248 



ij: 



NAME INDEX 



317 



ary Doris" 200 

iary Jane (Wray) 

147, 184, 248 

:ary Jessie^ _ 173, 250 

lyrtle Martin (Vosmus) 200 

Jancy Belle" 249 

lancy Boyd (Pore) 

- 147, 200, 250 

Jancv Kilgore' „ .169, 249 

lobert^ ..- 248 

.{oljert Pore* 147, 202, 250 

•ViUiam" 147, 184. 248 

^ViUiam Boyd« 147,200,250 

.VJlliam Clark" 184, 185, 248, 250 
Villiam Robertson' 249, 297 

3a rt C. — 100 

c;is 

\uilra Elizabeth 

( Ferguson) „ 140 

'harles Edward 140 

■'.1 iinie Constance 140 

;> urge M. „_ 140 

titiirietta Isabelle 140 

Ic.Kfph Philip _ 140 

Marie Elizabeth 140 

Ni-lle Anna 140 

"[•lidfbe (Bartholemew) „ 140 
Walter Archibald , 140 



William W. 
!':xniNE 
LiiiTiie 

i:i I KGB 

Austin Lee 

il.nrge B. 

J nines Horace 

iiI!:oRGE I 



.140 

.219 

.163 
.301 
.305 

.. 12 



I (King of England). 

'iETTY 

i ;Alma Gertrude" (Boyd) ^-...116 

iiAnna Minta 116 

kiO.'orge Scott _ 116 

Riv. Robert Frank 116 

Tiiomas Baird ., _116 

Thomas Boyd 116 

Violet Denny (Rosborough)116 
TFFORD 

Sir John 9 

ILBERT 

6 Cliarles 219 

■J Susanna 280 



ILCHRIST 

I John William- 
Nell 
II.KESON 

! Mr 

t Ann 

James 

Mary 



.106 
..109 



HLKERSON 

Family 

James _. 

ilLLESPIE 
James E._ 

ULLIHAN 

John 

ILLILAND 
Mr. _... 

ilLMOR 
Elizabeth _. 

UNDER 
Clara _. 

ILENCAIRN 
Earl of 

ILICKLER 



.28, 29 

29 

.28,29 
. 29 



19 

.27,46 



GORDON 

Charles 157 

Norman Roscoe 299 

William 100 

GORSUCH 

John Simpson _ ^ 135 

GOSI-.1N 

Nettie _ 165 

GOTCHALLi 

Almeda 131 

GOTTSCHALK 

Katherine Cox 34, 36 

GOWAN 

Maria — 268 

GRADY 

William _ 243 

GRAHAM 

David Nelson 132 

Emma Ann 132 

Florence Alena 132 

George England 132 

Hannah Malinda* (Welday)132 

John C - - 132 

Rebecca (Richardson) 132 

Samuel Leonidas 132 

William H 145 

William Roberts 132 

GRANLID 

Johan _- - -.194 

GRANT 

Charles Howard 105 

Edna Mae 105 

lOdythe Lois 105 

Nella Mae (Havens) 105 

Nelson Kendall 104 

I'eter 105 

Theda Marguerite 105 

GRAY 

Annie 72 

George 106 

James 106 

Jane ( Hope ) — , 106 

John 106 

Lela 262 

Margaret Ann 106 

Marv Jane 106 

Richard 106 

Robert 106 

Wesley 303 

William 106 

Rev. William Mainard 197 

GREEN 

Eliza Mary (Pelton) 213 

James Lewis - -. 213 

John Gomer 213 

Martha — . 239 

Mary Lewis 213 

Marv Rebecca" (Williams). 213 

Wilfred Llovd __ 213 

GREENAWALT 

Annie 182 

Asa Henry _ — 172 



.168 
..263 



„ 90 
_197 



_ 24 

254 



..144 



GROVE 

Lizzie „ 

Marv 

GROYEAR 

Augusta 

GUESMAN 

Sarah , 

GUFFEYS 

The 

GUMLEY 

Deborah 

GUSEMAN 

Jenny - — 

GURNEY 

Alvin Theodore .223 

Benjamin Edwin 223 

Bruce Alvin 223 

Bruce Alvin, Jr. 223 

Emma Ella (Giftord) 223 

Margaret Viola' (WiUiams)223 

Novonna Mary 223 

Viola Sarah 223 

GT.TSTAFSON 

Hilda _ 143 

GUYNN 

Amanda 167 

Henry Daniel 165 

Horace Greeley _ 165 

Jennie (Smith) 165 

John 260 



165 

.165 



John 19 

Thomas E. 262 

HAMILTON'S 

The - 24, 80 

HAMMOND 

Alexander 92 

Amanda Elizabeth 

(Warfel) 127 

Amanda Elizabeth* 
(Warfel) 

Archibald 



.239 



.303 
.. 19 



.262 
.. 13 



John Ralph 

ILENN 

Mourning 

JLGER 

Dorothy Dolores . 

John .... . 

John Theodore 



218 

75 

122 

122 

122 

Lawrence Franklin — 122 

Mary Catherine 122 

Rose Amelia (Wigland) 122 

Rosella Imelda 122 

iOBALET 

Albert 300 

ODFREY 

Birdie 170 

ODDARD 

Charles Edward 171 

30EHRING 

Lorraine 273 

iONDEAN 

Marino 219 

ONDEK 

Tony 220 

500D 

Annie — 167 

^OODMAN 

Carrie 158 



Elizabeth 

LeRoy 

Nancy 

Virginia . 
GREER 

Mrs 

.lane 

GREGG 

Lt. John . 



...... 182 

174 222 

'. 283 

149 

82 

256 



.33, 34 
.... 33 
.... 239 



109 



144 



Ensign Robert... 

Ruth 

GRESS 

Elizabeth 

CRIBBLE 

Madison _ 

GRIER 

Rnl)ert 82 

GRIFFEN 

Anna Mav 146 

GRIFFIN 

Anna (Dunham) 

Justus Porter 

Minnie Louise 

Nellie Ethel 

Oliver Blain 

GRIFFITH 

Emma . — 

Fieldina Ray 



89 

89 

__ 89 

89 

201 

290 

101 

Jennie 290 

John - 290 

Maria" (Pinkerton) — — 290 

Mary 290 

Marv Jane (Rogers) 98 

Sarah 290 

GRIM 

Elizabeth 266 

GROSE 

Francis 15 

GROSS 

Marian 171 



Leuella Belle 

Mary Ella 

Morrison 165 

Olive 165 

GUYTON 

Albert Ross _ _ 101 

Bert Boyd 101 

Frances Elizabeth 101 

Irene Wilson _ 101 

Joshua Wilson _ 101 

Lydia Jane 101 

Martha Anne (MuUis) 101 

Ola Emma 101 

Robert Ennis 101 

H 

HAEY 
Hester 301 

HAGANS 

Ida May ... 299 

HAGERMAN 

George ... 262 

Hannah (Swaugger) 262 

Naomi 262 

HAINES 

Amanda 144 

Armor Hudson 143, 144 

Clara A 144 

Edward Lincoln 144 

Elizabeth Idella __ 132 

Frank Knickerbocker 117 

Hattie Allen 144 

Henry Winfield 143 

Howard Hamilton 144 

John Henry 144 

Katharine 144 

Louvina 144 

Margaret Anne 144 

Mary _ 144 

Mary Blanche ... 144 

Nancy Anne (Laub) 143 

Susan Venora (Bryson) 144 

HAIR 
Wayne Scott 140 

HALL 

Adelia 59 

Anna ™ 59 

Flora - 59 

James Harvey 59 

Sarah Anna (McMahan) 59 

Telia 59 

Virginia Belle 59 

HALLAND 

Belda 102 

Edward Jurgen 102 

Ellen Jean 101 

Elmer 102 

Gilmore Johan 102 

Grethe (Likness) 102 

Hazel Olive 102 

Jesse 102 

John 102 

Merle 102 

HALM 

Lauretta Marie 122 

HALPIN 

Harry Donald 152 

HAAULTON 
(Lord) ... 
Hance 



Colonel Hance 
Hance. Esq. 
James 




92 
92 

Charles Alexander 92. 128 

Elizabeth Hanna 92 



Elizabeth Mary 

Esther — _- 

Frank Disart 

Harry Alvln __ 

James 

John 



-92. 127 



Joseph Minteer 

Junius D. 

Margaret — 

Robert Johnston .. 
.Sarah (Minteer) ... 
William Hanna ._ 
Winona Amanda - 

HANKINS 
Virginia 

HA N.N A 
Esther Lucetta — 

Henry Hunter 

Henry Thomas 

Henry Trout 

John Steel 

John Steel. Jr 

John Steele 



_92. 128 
_.92. 128 
_92, 127 

92 

93 

92 



-92. 128 



-92. 128 
-92. 128 



14B 

.114 



-114, 179 

180 

114 

180 

180 

114 

.114 
-179 



Josie Margaret 

Margaret (Hunter) 

Margaret Lillian 114, 179 

Martha Elizabeth .._ 114 

Mary Alice 114, 179 

Mary Jane 114 

Marv Jane (Steel) 114 

Robert 92 

Thomas 114, 179 

Rev. Thomas 55 

Thomas Weimer 

Tressa Ada (Shook) 

HANNAH 
Rev. Thomas _ — 

HANNAS 
The 

IIANBY 

Charles Thomas 

Clayton David 

Dollie Lois 




John Thomas 

Marvin Willis 

Mary Ellen' (Speer)_ 

Matilda 

Maude Jane . 

Pauline Grace 

HARDY 
Mary 

HARM AN 

Bertha Mary _ — 

John Sheridan ____ 
Joseph Dee 



-299 
-299 
-299 
-299 
-299 
_299 
-299 
-299 



-299 
88 



Joseph Thomas 

Samuel Joseph 

Julia Chloe 

HARRINGTON 

Carrie Marie {Welo)_ 

Kdyth Lillian ._..__ — 

Joseph Robinson 

HARRIS 

Annie* 

Annie' 

Arabia J.' 

Bernice' 

Bettie* 

Bezaleel" _ — 

Brightberry* 

Brown^ 

Christopher' 



90 

127 

90 

90 

90 

60 



.192 
.192 
.192 



Christopher* 

Cora 
Elijah" 



75 
76 
76 
75 
76 
75 
76 
. 75 
75 
75 
.125 

- 76 
_ 76 
_ 75 

- 76 

Frances Elizabeth* 75 

George Gillespie Bryson' 76 

George W 126 

George Washington 125 

Cranberry" (Greenbury) — 76 

Henry Clay .. . 126 

James Overton' 76 

John" 76 

John Branham' 76 

Mrs. John (Branham) 76 

Josephine C.« 76 



Elizabeth Green' 

Elizah' 

Emily Lenore' 



318 



THE BOYD FAMILY 



Lucretia' 

Lucretia (Brown) 

Lucy* 

Lucy' 



75 

75 

75 

75 



Lucy Ailen (Walker) 125 

Lulu 126 

Mable 126 

Martha Tyree' 76 

Mary* 75 

Mary (Claiborne) (Rice) 75 

Mary Elizabeth -305 

Mary Gillespie (Bryson)— . 76 

Mary Jane' 76 

Mourning* 75 

Mourning (Glenn) 75 

Mourning Glenn* 75 

Nancy' 75 

Overton' 75 

Orerton Dabney' 76 

Patsy' - 75 

R. W. _ —275 

Rachel* _„ 76 



Rachel Malvina' 

Robert' 

Major Robert' — 
Robert* 



76 

75 

75 

75 

Captain Robert* 75 

Russel Anderson' 76 

Russel G.' 76 

Sarah* 75 

Sarah' _ 75 

Sophia (Herd) 76 

Susan" 76 

Temperance (Overton) 75 

Tyree* 75 

Tyree Bryson' 76 



Hon. Tyree Rodes'.- 
William^ 

William* . 



_75, 76 

75 

75 

. 126 



William Walker 

HARRISON 

AuKUSt William 299 

HART 

Edith 254 

HARTER 

Hannah Mary* (Welday) 95 

John C 95 

John Welday 95 

Josephine (Emerson) 95 

Laura Cecile 95 



Oliver Vernon 
HARVEY 
Alvin Howard . 
Dora 



Ella May (Hill).. 

Erma Alice 

Prank 

Fred 

Henry 



.95, 96 



Mabel Ruth 

Mary Alice (Campbell)... 189 

Peter Alexander 171 

Verna Evelyn 171 

HATFIELD 
Catharine 243 



HATTON 






B1 


HAUBNSTEIN 




Calvin -- 


92 


HAUGHTON 




Thomas 


«() 


HAWLEY 




nnrnthy 


.275 




275 


Gertrude 


275 


Jessie Benton" (Markle) ... 


275 




275 


Theodore 


.275 


Theodore, ,Tr. 


275 


HAWTHORNE 




Charles Warfel .. 


. 93 


Harriet Lavina* 


93 


John R. 


91 




92 


HAY 




Capt. Patrick _ 


59 


HAYES 




Benjamin Franklin 


104 


Delia May (Palmer) 


.104 


.Tnhn 


104 


Peter ^ 


16S 


Ruby Helen ..._ 


104 


HAYS 




Grace Lucile . 


156 


Pearl ._ 


119 


HEATHERINGTON 






ISO 


HEDSTROM 




Albin 130 


193 


Alton Lee ...^ 


.193 



Christine Ellen (Johnson). 130 



Ellen Christine 130 

Hazel Marie ....130, 195 

Helen Slaughter _...130, 195 

Irene Delores -...130, 194 

Josephine Wilamenia 130 

Joyce Columbia (Hupp) 

(Peura) 194 

Lars Fred 130 

Lawrence Boyd 193 

Lillian Christine (Nord) 193 

Lillian Margaret -- „130, 195 

Linnie Lee (Slaughter) 130, 193 

Lois Elaine 193 

Paul Grant 130. 194 

Peter Frederick 130 

Ruth Joan 130. 195 

Shirley Vaughn 193 

Theodore 130, 194 

Vernon Lee 130, 195 

HELLEGAS 

Abigail ..._ 89 

HELMAN 
Michael _ 35 

HELTEBRAN 

Rebecca 258 

HEMPHILL 
William .... 132 

HENDERSON 

Albert Ellsworth _148 

Elizabeth ( Shupe) 148 

Ellmore Wellington 148 

Emma Belle _._.148 

Lula Amelia 228 

Minnie Edith 148 

William Black 148 

William James 148 

HENDRICKS 

Mr _ _„ _. 283 

Martha _ _ 278 

Mary -279 

Patience 279 

HENRY 

Alice Bertha 102 

Army _ 214 

Charles Edward 102 

Capt. Edward Payson _. 102 

M.try 115. 238 

Mildred 178 

Nettie 58 

Tillie 167 

Walter Whittier 102 

HENRYS 
The 

HEPLER 

Arthur - 

Emily _ 

Jacob 

Joseph 

Ruth (Gibson).. 

HERBERT 
David 

HERD 
Sophia 



.. 24 

..182 
.259 
.177 
.257 
-.177 

..121 

.. 76 

_ 60 

-166 
-167 
_167 



HERRELL 
Amy Jane 

HERSHEY 

Mr. 

Malcolm 

William 

HERVEY 

Virginia 304 

HEYNEN 

Robert 86 

HIGHBBRGER 

John Theodore 157 

Joseph Miller 156. 157 

Leah Jane _ _...157 

Mary Emma (Walkinshaw)157 

Ruth Leah _...157 

Susan 157 

Theodore _ _ _ _..157 

William _ _.157 

HILBERT 

( Mrs. ) Elizabeth 301 

HILDENBRAND 

Alice Victoria _ 174. 222 

Alice Victoria (Lash)..173, 222 

Annie May* (Williams) 222 

Bernard -- 174. 222 

Charles Henry 221, 222 

Charlie Henry 174 

Clyde . . 222 

Clyde Jacob 173, 174 

Daisy 222 

Daisy Mary 174 

David Charles. _ _222 

Elizabeth (Pore) 174 

Fran k Lash 174 

P'ranklin 222 

Frederick 222 

Grace _.222 



Grace Elizabeth. _.174 

Harry Cramer 174 

Harry Kramer 222 

Helen _ _ 222 

James Edward 222 

James Taylor 174, 222 

John Fredrick.. 173. 174 

Julius Frederick 222 

Leonard _ 174, 222 

Margaret Elizabeth 222 

Marjorie Irene 174, 222 

Marlene Joann 174 

Mary _ 222 

Mary Gertrude 174 

Minnie 222 

Russel Eugene 222 

Wilfred 174, 222 

HILL 
John 53 

HILLARD 
Jane _ _ 145 

HILLIS 
Ida 133 

HILTON 
Josiah Kirby _ _.125 

HIRONS 
Lvle R 292 

HISEY 
Abel 82 

HITES 
Mr 224 

HIXSON 

Florence 214 

William 214 

HOBBS 
Mae 67 

HOCH 
Jack 166 

HODGE 
Alice 166 

HOEGER 

Agnes 193 

Amelia 193 

Amelia (Adin) 193 

Rev. August ., 193 

August Adin 193 

Cecelia 193 

Gertrude 193 

John Adin 193 

Laura 193 

Ruth 192 

HOFFER 
Mary Jane 115 

HOLDERBAUM 
Alice 224 

HOLMES 

Arch Morrison 111 

Catherine ._ 98 

Elizabeth 98, 111 

Mary 72, 111 

Mary (Morrison) 111 

Matilda Eunice 98. 304 

Nancy 98 

Rachel (Sweazy) 98 

Robert 111 

Roland 98 

Ruth Jennie _ 111 

Sarah 98. Ill 

Thomas 98 

William - 98 

William D 111 

HOLSINGER 
Mvrtle Mary. 67 

HOXSBERGER 
Jacob Edward 166 

HOOKER 
Dr _ - 199 

HOOVER 

Almeda' 253 

Anna (Leininger) 124. 253 

Catherine' . „ _ 252 

Catherine Leola. (Mander- 

baugh) 187 

Charles Edward' 188 

Clara Ann (Johnston) 

124, 186, 253 

Daniel' 252 

Elizabeth' 252 

Ester Ruth' 188 

Ethel Lucile' 188 

Eva May* 124, 188, 253 

Fianna' 252 

Florence (Moore) 187 

George' 253 

Harrison Greely'... 124, 252, 253 

Harrv Horton* 124. 187. 253 

Henry' 252 

Ida' 252 

Jacob' . 252 

Jacob" 252 

Jacob J.'.... 252 

John= _ 252 



John* __ 

Joseph" 124, 1 

Kate= 

Kate' JW!!"'" 

Lewis' 25 r 

Linsbaugh* 251 

Lydia' .J5t 

Mabel Margaret' 181 

Mary' 252, 25f 

Natalie Elizabeth' 18i 

Peter' 124, 252. 25) 

Pearl Irene' 18| 

Samuel" 25t 

Samuel* 25! 

Samuel S 25t 

Samuel S.». 124. 186. 2S' 

Sarah' .-.25; 

Susan' 25; 

Thomas Ross' 18 

William' ..._ 25; 

William Homer* ; 

124. 186. 187. 25| 

HORNBACK 
Mr. 8" 

HORNE 

Marguerite !'-• 

HOSTETTER 

, Jane . i .\ Sda 

HOUGH ■ ' ' J 

(Mrs.) (Bell) 25* 

Abraham' 25' 

Abraham' 53, 141, 256, 25; 

Almedia' ...26 

Alvin Curtis' --2e 

Amanda' 26 

Amanda' 26' 

Anna Mae (Grove) 2C]i 

Ardith Joan" 207, 26t, 

Arlene Joyce" 207. 2«t, 

Arthilla June" 207. 26t 

Barbara (O'Rally) 256. 30f. 

Benard' . 26 

Benjamin* 25' 

Bernard* 25 

Catherine (Shupe) 

163. 260. 261, 30- 

Catherine (Waltz) 141. 25 

Catherine (Wygle) 25 

Catherine' 25 

Catherine Idalia' 26 

Charity' -.26 

Charles' 261. M' 

Charley 2|. 

Charlotte (Smith) » 

Charlotte' 256. « 

Charlotte' 258. 26 

Charlotte Ann' 26 

Clare Frances (Fretts) 20 

Cordelia' 26 

C^VTUs' 251^ 

Daniel' 256. 25 ^ 

Daniel' 236. 257, 2i r 

David" 255. 256, 30 

David' 256. 26 

David' 26 

David H.' 25 

David W.' 257. 26 - 

David Wygle' 25 

Dennis' 26 

Dessa Myrtle' 26 

Edward' .-. - 25 

Eliza Jane (Billheimer) 14 
Elizabeth (Kammerer) 163, 26 

Elizabeth (Taylor) 25 

Elizabeth (Warner) 25 

Elizabeth (West) -. 25 

Elizabeth' 254. 25 

Elizabeth' 2."".. 25 

Elizabeth' 25.<, 25 

Elizabeth Delnora' 

168, 261. 26 

Elizabeth L.» . ^ 26 

Ella Etta 14 

Elmer' 26 

Elsie' 26 

Emma Etta' 25 

Ethel J.» 26 

Etta 16 

Etta B.» 26 

Etta B." (Hough) 26 

Eva' 2o 

FYancis' 25 

Francis' .--26 

Gail" 26 

Garnet Ruth" 207. 26 

George Lewis 20S. 20 

George S.» 168. 26 

Gerald Arthur" 207. 26 

Gertrude Mae -14 

Goldie 15 

Grace Edna" 114, 181. 26 

Grace Maude' 150. 262. 26 

I 



NAME INDEX 



319 



retta Ann (NicholIs).._163. 

!alleck^ : 

;a'nnah* 

larrief 

azel 

[enry' 

[enry» 

[enry" 

[uston" 

5aac* 

acob 

acob' 

- acob" 



-256. 



acob'. 

acob^ 

iicob" ...207, 261 , 

acob Dewey" 207, 

acob Lawrence" 

- ._ 162. 163, 261, 

-i (acob R.« 259, 

- facob W.* 

:( mes^ 

;itnes A 

:i mes Clifford „ 

■ nnie Gray' (Boyd). -141, 
ohn^ ..._ ^.... 

ohn* 7.ZV.V.T..".V.7r.7r.'.~.'254, 

ohn° _ 

bhn' 

bhn' 



;apt. John' 257, 

ohn" _- 258, 260, 

ohn Franklin' 114, 181, 261, 

■■ohnson' 

'oseph 

loseph' 254, 

Joseph* 254. 

■oseph* Jr. 

■oseph" 

toseph". 53, 255, 256, 

foseph' 256, 257, 

|oseph> _...259, 

Toseph Kammerer"' 163, 

Foseph S.» .267, 

foseph Sylvester" - 

141, 258, 261, 

foseph Weigle Ross' 177, 

osephine' . 

Fosephine' 

osie Pearl' 

Catherine' _ 

,avina (Frick) ....114, 168, 

,avina»....... _...236, 261, 

^avina Belle"- -.114, 181, 

: jawrence E.'. 

Lawrence S.° 



' Ijcwis Aspey" 



^_ „., 207, 

Lewis S.' — 168, 261, 

jinley L.' 

. l^ucetta (Hunter). 114, 181, 

rCucy M.' 

Luretta" 

Lvtlia (Hurst) 

' (,\dia' 

fv.nian' 



M iibel' 

.Masdalena (Polly) (Waltz) 

jMarearet — — — - 

Marg-aret (Forsythe). — 

Marf^aret' - 

Margaret' -261, 

.Jlargaret Esther'..256, 259. 
■ Margaret Genevieve'.... 141, 

Margery (Clowes) 

Margery* 

Maria' (Mariah) 

Maria' 258, 

Martha* 254, 

Mai'tha' 

Mary (Rhodes) 

JIary' — 

]\lary* _ 

Mary' 

Mary Ann' 

.M :i ly Catherine" — 

.M.uv Elizabeth (Aspey) 



Mary Goldie'-.. 

Marv Jane" 

Michael' 



207, 



-114, 181, 



Jlililred Elizabeth (Fretts) 

207, 

.Minnie Florence' _ 

Mullie' .- 

.Xaiicy (Love) - 

Nancy Jane (McMurry) 

_ 177, 

Naomi (Hagerman). 205, 

Naomi Nicholls".. 163, 

Nellie Florence' 

Obediah Porter' 205, 260, 



264 
.258 
255 
261 
.208 
256 
.258 
.261 
.261 
.254 
.235 
.255 
.255 
257 
258 
263 
265 

264 
260 
258 
260 
.149 
205 
262 
.254 
254 
255 
255 
255 
.256 
259 
263 
262 
,258 
. 53 
255 
255 
,255 
255 
257 
260 
260 
264 
260 

262 
259 
257 
260 
260 
258 
261 
263 
262 
260 
260 
265 
263 
260 
262 
260 
261 
255 
255 
261 
262 
257 
167 
260 
256 
308 
307 
262 
254 
255 
257 
260 
255 
256 
.259 
254 
.255 
256 
.257 
.260 

263 
262 
262 
257 

265 
.260 
.260 
149 

259 
262 
264 
262 
262 



Orpha Jane' 

Paul' _ 255, 

Paul' _ 266, 

Paul* 114, 168, 267, 260, 

Paul' 

I'aul Eugene 

I'aul Jacob 

Pearson" 

I'eter' 

Peter' 



Ross". 



Polly (Reynolds) 

Polly Etta" 

Rebecca* 

Rebecca 
Kichard- 
Ricliard^ 

Robert Addison' __142, 

Roxanna" _. . 

Samuel" 

Samuel Dewey" 



207, 263, 264, 

Edward". 

J. Tilden" 

S.".. - 



Samuel 
Samuel 
Samuel 

.Sarah 

Sarah' 

Sarah* 

Sarah' 

Sarah' 

Sarah Anne' .. 

Saraii Araminta'. 

Sarah Elizabeth 

Sarah Elma" 

Sarah H.' (Sallie) 

Septimus* 

Solomon* 

Solomon' 
Stella" .. 
Susan' 



_ 257, 

'Z259; 



Glen" 207, 



Susan" (Hough) 

Susanna (Rhodes) 

Thomas' 

Thomas'" 

Ursilla' 

Wendell 

William* 

William' 

William' 

William' 

William' 

William 

William 



256, 

-163, 258, 261, 



Addison*,, 

Albert' 

William Franklin'- 

William H.' 

William Henry 

William L,».. 



William Playford*.,, 
Zacliariah' 



Zachariah Ross' 

Zella Susanna" 149, 173, 

HOUSEMAN 
Mary 

HOUSER 
Bertha - _,... 

HOWARD 

Charles E 

David 

George 

Grant 

Harriet' (Warfel) 

John F 

Joshua _ 

Susan Rebecca 

HOWE 
Edna Mae 

HOWELL 

James 

Jennie 

Minerva 

HOWLAXD 
Calvin' 



259 
256 
257 
261 
261 
209 
208 
.261 
255 
259 
261 
.261 
.255 
259 
.254 
.254 
262 
261 
.261 

265 
262 
.261 
261 
.167 
.254 
.255 
.255 
.256 
256 
.261 
.149 
.260 
.267 
254 
255 
259 
263 
260 
260 
263 
254 
255 
257 
265 
254 
255 
257 
308 
261 
258 
262 
168 
260 
149 
261 
258 
260 
262 
263 



Catherine Sophia'.. 

Charles' 

Daniel' 

Elizabeth' 

James' 

James' 

James' 

John' 

John= 

John' .._ 

Rev. John* _ 

John' 

John' 

John' 

Joseph' 



_71 



,73 



Juliette' 

Maria (S«ow) 

Mary' 

Sarah (Mason) . 

Sarah' 

Sarah Mason' 

Sophia' 



-177 

.181 

-103 
..302 
-302 
.162 
.302 
_ 58 
.302 
302 

-221 

-137 
.132 
.106 

73 
74 
73 
73 
73 
73 
73 
74 
73 
73 
73 
73 
73 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
73 
73 
73 
74 
73 



_,106 
...105 



William' 

HUFF 
Eula May _ 

HUFFMAN 

Amos Moorhead 
Edna Ada.. ...., 

HUGHLEY 

Rachel 

HULUERT 
Forest Craig 

HULL 

Heamon John _ 201 

Ida Viola Ml 

HUNKER 

Charles Franklin 222 

IIUNK'LE 
OUie Louise 221 

HUNT 

Chester R. 66 

James Galloway 171 

Roy Arthur 272 

HUNTER 

Andrew Oliver 81 

Anna Cora 113, 150, 176, 237 

Archibald Boyd 85, 113. 150 

-.., 152. 174, 1711, 178. 237, 271 

Bennett Blaine 113. 150. 177. 237 

David 52. 81, 85, 113 

- 237, 238, 262 

David Bennett..l52, 176, 230, 271 

David L 113, 150, 152, 176, 184 

— 228, 230, 274 

Edith Boyd' (Markle) 

..- 152, 176, 184, 228. 274 

Emma Alice 176. 230. 274 

Emma Florence 85, 113, 115. 

150, 152, 177, 237, 238 

Evelyn Faye _ 229 

Evelyn Mae (Miller) ._ 229 

Fenwell ..,. 81 

Florence Elizabeth 

..- 152, 176, 228. 274 

Geore-e Boyd 152. 176. 229. 274 
Helen Odella' (Boyd) 184. 228 

Jane (Oliver) _ 81. 85 

John George. _ 229 

Joseph 81 

Jo.seph 01iver,.„113, 150, 179, 237 

Josiali 85 

Lucetta ..- 85, 114. 262 

Mabel Edith 152, 176, 274 

Maggie 52 

Margaret 80, 85. 114 

Margaret Ann' (Boyd) 

.. 85. 113. 237. 238. 262 

Margaret Florence 150. 176 

Margaret Ruth 152. 176. 230. 274 

Mary . 81 

Mary Frances 113. 150. 179. 237 

Mary Jane ..- _ .,..85. 113 

Mildred May ...152. 176, 229. 274 

Nola - _ 292 

Robert Earle .. 184. 228 

Sarah Elizabeth (Pore) 150. 176 
Sarah Florence' (Bell) 

- .113. 150. 152, 176, 237. 271 

Thomas Howard 218 

William -.- 81. 85. 113. 

- 115, 150, 176. 237 

William Lloyd 
152. 176. 184. 228. 274 

HUPP 



Emma 


194 


Howard 


194 


Marie 


194 


Miles 


. 194 


Otmer 


... 194 


Rov 


194 


HURT 




Helen Burgle 


60 


HUSBA.Vn 




Ida May -.. 


109 


HUSTO.V 




Ada Violet . 


138 


HUTCIIISO.N 




Amy 


260 


HUTCHINSON 




Effle _... 


. . 165 


George Weymouth _ 


119 


Sarah Ann 


_ 256 


HUTTON 




.Tnel 


. ,280. 283 


.Tolin 


279 


HURST 




Lydia ._. 


255 


HYSLER 




Chrisfr _ 


53 


1 
IMHOFF 




Bertha Estella 


132 


INGRAM 




Robert Pnlmer 


119 



JACK 

Elizabeth 

Jane 

Ji)hn 

JACKMAN 

Rev. 

JACKS 

Miss 

John 

JACKSON 

Charles G. 



_267 
_246 
,246 

-256 

_234 
_234 

_ 70 
201 



Charles Willett ^v^ 

Flora Kate (Hulbert) 201 

Frank W 275 

.lanice Louise 201 

l.iiinett Hulbert 201 

Margaret Wade ._ 275 

.Margan't Zigler" (Markle) 275 

.Marian M.irUle 275 

Willett Charles _ 201 

JACOBS 

I'llmer 177 

JACOBI.SON 

Sylvia ____. 217 

.lAGER 



lOmilv Irena 

JAKOB 

Harry 

JAMES I 



201 

292 



(King of England) 17 

JAMFS 1 

(King of Scotland) — 9 

JAMES II 

(King ot Scotland) 10 

JAMKS HI 

(King of Scotland) „ 10, 15 

JAMFS IV 

(King of Scotland) 11 

JAMFS V 

(King of Scotland) 11 

JAMES VI 

(King of Scotland) - _ 14 

JA.MIKSON 

Dr. 15 

JAMISON 

Dan DeWitt 120 

J ANNE Y 

Sarah 254 

JFAN 

Ellen 102 



Frank Orlando 
Katherine 

JELLISON 

Martha 

JF.NKIN 
Susan Emily 

JERVIS 

Elizabeth — . 

Jane '. 

Joseph 

Margaret 

•Mary 



-117 
-117 



-174, 222 
-226 



_, 51 
51, 52 
51, 52 
51. 52 

51 

51 

51 



(Jarvis) Elizabeth 
(Jarvis) Margaret 

.KiHNS 

Armintha (Brown) 284 

John Arthur 284 

Llewellyn James 284 

Mary Bernlce 284 

Ola — 100 

JOHNSON 

Doctor ___ 14 

Alice Ann (Kabness) 203 

.A.nna Belle (Nicholls)- -203 

Cornelius 87 



1). Harry 

i:ilRar W 

Kdgar William 

Emma 

Hannah 

Jane 

Margaret (Pegg\-> 

Minnie 

Nnncy 
Nancy Carey 

Priscella 

Richard 

Richard Mason 

Robert 

Rov William 



Thomas Mason _ 

Victor N — 

William 

JOHNSTO.V 

Alice Flo 

Alma Luella 

Amanda (Moles) 

Andrew ™. 

Andrew W 



..-. 308 
. 202 
- 203 
-. 130 

87 

—.287 

287 

142 

287 

- 87 

— 287 

287 

203 

287 

203 

203 

159 

287 

189 

188, 125 

90 

-88. 243 
54,86 



Andrew Wandiess 54.89,90 

Aroldo Washington 88,121 



320 



THE BOYD FAMILY 



Ariminda Emmeline 
(Minnie) 

Arminda (Minnie) 
Emmeline 



_87, 91 



Archer Hamlin 88, 125, 

Arthur LeRoy 125, 

Catharine Estelle (ShuU) 



Clara Ann 88, 124, 

Daisie Dean (Barr) 

Dollie May 88. 

Dora (Harvey) 



Dorothy May (McCIure) 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth Jane 54 

Emma Millenna 88, 

Flora Belle (Lambright) ... 

_ 125, 

Frank Alden 88, 

Franklin Barr 

George Edgar 

Hannah (Johnson) 

Helen Grace — 

Homer William — 
Jane Elizabeth 



Jane Katherine (Miller) 

Josiah Work 54. 88, 124 

Lelia Geneva (Young) 

Leonora 88 

Margaret Lavina 54, 87 

Mariah ... 54, 88, 

Martha Eleanor (Keene) 

Mary (Hardy) 88,124, 

Maynard Arthur 

Melville Wartel 88, 

Minnie Adele : 125, 

Myriam Lahaurine 

Nancy 



Nancy Agnes" (Bo"d) 



Nancy Jalina 
Nora Mabel 



-54. 86, 

—54, 89, 



Norman McKinley 

Oman Ellsworth 88, 121, 

Paul Stephen 125, 

Pauline Mary 

Robert Paul 

Rosella Imelda (Gloer) 

Shireen Rose 

Silas Boyd 54, 88, 

Ulysses Simpson Grant 

go 222 

William AlvinlZ -'_. 88! 

William Andrew 124, 

William Cornell _ 

William M. 54, 87, 88, 

JONES 

Clarence Mark 

Dorothy Ann 

Dorothy Mae 

Elsie Florence 

Elva Marie 

Emma Jane (Cochran) 

Flora May 

Flossie Marie 

George Sidney Theopoles ... 

Gertrude Maxine 

Grace 62, 

Hannah 

Ike 

Lois 



54 

189 
189 

125 
253 
125 
124 
189 
.190 
125 
,86 
126 

189 
125 
125 
122 
121 
189 
122 
124 
124 
253 
122 
121 

92 
243 

90 
253 

90 
125 
189 
122 
. 37 

243 
90 
125 
122 
122 
190 
. 90 
.190 
122 
122 
125 

125 
124 
125 
190 
121 



Lou Ann 

Mae (Ragan) 
Marjorie 



Mary Ellen (Nichols). 

Nelle Grant 

Robert Andrew 

Robert Maxwell 

Sarah Jane 

Sarah Nelle 

Thomas M. 



Venus Athiel 

Vivian Roberta _ 

Will David 

William S. 

JORDAN 

James 

JULIUS 

Aaron 

Elzora Mae 

Florence Edna _ 

Irvin Emery _ 

Laura Elizabeth 

Oliver Wesley 

Ora Dorance 



227 

103 

63 

227 

63 

227 

305 

63 

103 

63 

89 

92 

194 

103 

103 

227 

227 

154 

103 

103 

130 

63 

227 

103 

103 

63 

63 



239 



.64 



Salina Ann (Fry) 

.Sara Ann 

JUNK 

Agnes Rosetta (Dunn) 

Anna Belle 

Eleanor Blanche 

Harry Clark 

John H. 



67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 

.145 
_145 
_145 
.145 
-145 



Nancy Annetta 145 

Thomas Scott 145 

William I'reston 145 

JURY 

John Joseph 223 

K 
KALIN 

Elmer Xavier 133 

KAMMERER 

Elizabeth 163, 264 

KAMP 

Elmer 177 

KAUFMAN 

Isadore Lincoln_. 

Katherine 

Kenneth 

Mabel" 



131 

131 

131 

131 

Mary Jane (Lincoln) 131 



KAULTLEASURB 
Miss 

KEEFER 

Anna Luella 

Elizabeth 

Emma Rebecca 

George Clarkson 

Henry 

John Sansom 

Ludessa Jane 

Lydia (Fortney).. 

Lydia Delnora 

Minerva Jane 

Samuel 

Sarah Elizabeth 

KEFFNER 

Adam Jacob 

Alma Marie 

Betty Jean . 



.266 

.115 
.158 
..115 
.115 
.235 
.115 
.110 
.115 
.115 
.115 
.115 
-115 



_.227 
...228 
_. 228 
.-.228 
.228 



Charles Henry„ 

Earl Jacob - 

Gertrude Elizabeth (Lopes). 227 

Harry Franklin 227, 228 

James Richard 228 

John William 228 

Mary Lucetta 228 

Ralph Edward 228 

Samuel Paul 228 

Virginia (Painter) 228 

Virginia Lee 228 

KEENE 

Lyman A 90 

Martha Eleanor 90 

Melissa (Marden)— 90 

KEENEY 

Seth A 43 

KEISELMAN 

Michael 28 

KEITH 



Sir William ..... 
KEIZUR 

Earl E 

KELLEY 

Clarence Ross 



.. 19 
.105 



.150. 155, 177 
David Hepler.155. 177, 259. 292 

Don Patton 183 

Edna Rebecca 177 

Emma Florence (Hunter) 

155, 177 

Helen Mae 183 

Ida (Hough) 183 

Jacob 183, 259 

John 177, 183 

Lloyd Strnwn 1S3 

Mabel Vera' (Boyd)- 183 

Margaret (Kepler) 177.183 

Marian Bell 155. 1' 



Morton 
My res 



155 
259 
292 



Nannie May 177 

Rebecca Ross' (Hough) 

155. 177. 292 

Sarah Rebecca 155, 177 

Vera Jane 183 

William Ross 155, 178 

William Seymour 109 

KELLY 
Bertha . 
Elizabeth 
Mary Ann 



224 

37 

185 

222 

59 

68 



Samuel Clarence 

Sarah Ellen .. _„ 

Major Will __ _ 

KENNEDY 

John 47 

KENNEY 

Adelaide Glenstine (Guy- 
aux ) 133 

Camille Seynave 133 

Michael Joseph 133 

Nelle Dolores 133 

Thomas Joseph 133 

KENNITH III 

(King of Scotland)--- 8 



KENT 

Wendell Philip 

KEPLINGER 

Charles W 

KETCHUM 

Margery 

KEYS 

Charles W 

KIBLINGER 

Mr. and Mrs. W. H 

KILDAY 

Elizabeth 

KILE 

Isaac Thomas 

KILMARNOCK 

Baron Kilmarnock of_ 

William, Earl of- 



_ 67 
-125 



_121 
_145 



-191 
_261 



William Boyd, Earl of_ 
KIMBARK 

George C 

KIMBERLIN 

George P 

KINCAID 

Sarah Naomi 

KINDLE 

Ernest Loyal 

KING 

Albert L.. 



-127 

- 13 
_ 13 

- 15 

-125 
-103 
-299 
-224 



Ausburn Ramond 

Grover Cleveland 

Helen Marie 

Ora May 



_299 
_220 
-220 
_220 
-220 

Pearl Violet (Fulmer) 220 

Randel 220 

Thomas W 144 

Viola 220 

Winfleld 144 

KINSEY 

Fred 

KIRKPATRICK 
Clara (Miser)- 
Donald Miser- 

Erma Isabel 

George Washington- 
Mary Olive 

KISTLER 



-140 

-114 

114 

114 

114 

113 



Frank Clopper 

KLA REN BACH 

Elizabeth 

John . - 

KLINGENSMITH 

Sarah 



-249 



-208 
-208 



- 81 
-143 



-127 

-241 



KNAPPENBERGER 

George Washington— 
KNOBLOC 

Lillian 

KOLLER 

(Coller, Culler) John' 
KOON 

Electa Rosina (Donaldson) 299 
KOONTZ 

S. A 308 

KROUSE 

Jacob 

KUHN 

Carrie Joan 



Charles Lawrence- 
Charles Mellinger.- 
Clyde Emerson- 
Cora 



Elizabeth (Mellinger)- 

Hattie 

Mvrtle 

Opal — 

Ralph Alfred „ 
Ralph Sensenich 
Roy Wilkins 



-141 

-196 
-195 
-196 
-196 
-196 
-195 
-139 
-196 
-196 



-195. 196 
-196 
196 



Zelma Bovd (Sensenich)....-196 

KUMMER 

Emma Nellie (Pearson) 126 

George Wesley - 126 

George Wesley, Jr 126 

Nellie Emma 126 

Wesley 126 

KUNTZ 

Albert 199 



LACKEY 
Ellen _ 

LACOCK 
Clara - 



LA COURSE 

Charles Milton 

LAHAURINE 

Madeleine Laura 

Malta 



Marie-Jeanne 

Marie Valeric 

Pierre Faustin 

LALANDE 
Marcherette Katherine_ 



-258 
-261 

-275 

-122 
..122 
-122 
_122 
-122 

-299 



LAMBERT 

Bessie 



Maggie Mazie ( Durstlne ) 

Marian Ruth 

Russell 

Russell James- 



-Z.\ 



Russell Kenneth- 
LAMBRIGHT 

Bessie Estelle 

Flora Belle- 
Grace Eva 

Jessie Lee- 



Nancy (Buckmaster)- 

Stephen 

LAMBS 
The 



LANCASTER 

Blanche Viola 

Etta (Stuchal) 

George Washington- 
Kathleen 

Pearle 

LANTZ 

Jane 

LAPP 
Albert 



-2:f 



-2; 
-2; 



^ij- 



LARIMER 

Cornelius King- 
Cyrus Markle 

Elizabeth 
James Irwin . 



■ X 

K 



John McMasters 2',. 

Mary Emily» (Markle) 2"'- 

Nancy McMasters 2'j. 

Paul Wilfred Z'i- 

Thomas 



-21- 



1- 



Thomas McMasters 

William 

LARSEN 

Ludwidge Michel 

LASH 
Anna Florence (Greesley) 

204, 2: 

Clarence 1* 

Clarence Albert 1' 

Daniel 2: 

Daniel Ralph 1' 

Daniel William 204. 2: 

Dora (Marsh) 1' 

Dora Cornelia (Marsh) 1' 

EHizabeth (Medsger) 2; 

Fred 1' 

Fred Halley It 

Geraldine Marie 21 

Gladys Marie (Nicholls) 21 

Gravce Lenora 204. 21 

Harry Albert 204. 2; 

Henry 1' 

Henry Lawhead 1' 

Marian Lavina 2( 

Maud Adella 204, 2: 



Mildred Elizabeth.: 
Norma Elizabeth 
Oliver Medsger„ 

Owen 

Owen Meredith- 
Ralph 

Richard Daniel 

Robert Allen.- 



1' 

1 

.1' 

1- 

2: 

2( 

Rufus Marsh —149, 173, 2( 

Ruth Rebecca (Nicholls) .. 2( 
A^irginia 1' 



Walter Oliver 

LATHAM 

William Carroll- 
LATTA 

Alma 



-204. 21 



-1( 



William Wesley- 
LAURIN 

Elizabeth 

LA VERY 

Fred Daniel 

LAAATIENCE 

Alice Emma 89, 24 

Catherine Louise (Strubbe) 

_ CQ O.' 

Daniel A. Z89,' 2? 

Roseann 3( 

LAWS 
Dewey George- 
Elsie May 

Jacqueline 



_i: 

-1' 
17 

Merl James 170, 1' 

Ruth Elenore (McMillan)- i; 

Susie D 17 

William Porter 1' 

LAWSON 

George i 

LEAR 

Jacob 2f 

LEASURE 

Mr. 



Laura BeUe_ 



2( 

-149. 17 



I La 

■ Di 



NAME INDEX 



321 



Lawrence Allen 160 

IE 

Thomas 37 

Dr. W. D 41 

EKCH 

Anna Belle 100 

(,'larissa 100 

J nhn 100 

I :obert 100 

Samuel _ 100 

Sarah Elizabeth 100 

Sarah (Higgle) 100 

William 100 

.EES 
■* Leonard 228 

.EIGHTY 
Chester Arthur _ 166 

lEININGER 
Anna — 253 

lEISURE 

^ Harriet 222 

EWIS 

Miss _ - _ — 73 

ulivia Smith _.115 

^IGHT 
Jolin Charles 41 

..ILLABRIDGE 

Mr. - 89 

iILLICO 

William Amor _ _ 151 

ILLY 
Emma 127 

..INDAHL 
Robert Herman _ — 136 

:.lNDORF 

Ida ^ 167 

INDSAY 

Magsie ..- 80 



L. 



:^1XL1THG0W 
and Callander, Earl of 12 

LII'PENCOTT 

James - -272 

Margaret 272 

.Sarah Anna --272 

LII'PINCOTT 

Margaret 51 

Samuel 51, 52 



LIVINGSTON 
Ladv Annie _ 

LLOYD 
Elizabeth — 
Col. Joseph .. 
OBINGIER 

Catherine 

Hannah 

Marv 

OCKE 



.. 12 

.270 
.270 

.267 
..269 
.268 

.275 



Margaret .. 

LOCKHART 

Jennie — 126 

LODGE 

Benjamin - 35 

James 35 

LOGAN 

Alice Elizabeth ._ 214, 233 

Elizabeth . - —92, 214 

Elizabeth (Tarr) 214 

Elizabeth Lucille 

(Chambal) 233 

Elmer Harold 214,233 

Geo. E 42 

Hugh 20 

I.saac -.214 

James Ford 214 

John 214 

Margaret 214 

Martha - 214 

Marv Edith* 

(Williams) 214, 233 

Robert 83 

Sarah 214 

Stanlsv Ford (Zahurak). .. 233 

William Ford 214, 233 

William Wilson 214, 233 

LONG 

Alma (Fulton) 202 

David 221 

Dorothea Sevilla 2n2 

Edith Mae 221 

Emily Mahala ....... 202 

Frances . — — 165 

Frank Null 202 



Gertrude Agnes — 

Hanna Jane — 

Ida Mae (Trout). 

John Adam 

John T. - — 

John Totten .. 

Lawrence Earl — 
Tjida Elizabeth . 



202 
.201 
.221 
.115 
.202 
.202 

221 
.202 



Roberta Edith -.202 

Ruth Eva 221 

Thon Georga _ _ 221 

LOOP 

Henry __ _....227 

Mary Aan 227 

LOTHIAN 

Earl of 11 

LOUCKS 
Arabelle Mary (Sherrick). 222 

Benjamin Clarence _ 222 

Daniel Edward 223 

Franklin Bi-yan 222 

George Jacob 222 

Harry Sherrick 222, 223 

John William 222 

Juliette Amelia -222 

Laura Belle' (Williams). 223 

Laura Rose —...222 

Mary Elizabeth 222 

Wesley Alexander 222 

LOUGHREY 
Annie _ .108 

LOW (Law) 

Thomas _. 31 

LOWE 

George Hough 175 

George Snyder 175 

Gladys Menota 175 

Louise Marie 175 

Maria Louisa (Hough) 175 

-._ 175 

175 



Molly May 
Sara Ann 

LOWERY 

Mr _ 

LUCE 

Albert LeRoy 
David Porter 



-216 



205 

205 

Dora Belle (Culler)... 205 

George Washington . 205 

John Henry - 205 

Josephine Catherine 205 

Nellie Mav 205 

Orville Edward 205 

Philip Rudolph 205 

LUDWICK 

Conrad 35 

LUSE 

Edward ._ 181 

LUTZ 

Russell Celester 97 

Wanda 

l'ydel 

Phillip 

LYNN 
Alfred - 
Esther . 



.208 
37 



206 

__ ...-206 

Frederick Grant — 137 

Goldie Dave (Aspey) ...206 

Mabel Marie 206 

Richard Harvey 206 

Svlvania .„ 258 

Sylvia 178 

LYON 

Amanda Luella '41 



M 
MACBETH 

Charles Russell 

C;lara Mabel 

Clarence Boyd __170, 

Clarence Welty 169, 170, 

C7ora Louise _ 

Elmer Grant 

Eva May 170, 

Gladys Rebecca 170, 

John Franklin -_ 

Margaret Louise (Welty) .. 
Mary Edna= (Williams) 170, 

Mildred Marie 170, 

Ottis Burrell 

Ruth Esther 170, 

William Harvey 



Aeneas 



Marion .. — - - 202 

Marv Matilda (Null) -202 

Robert -. 27 



William Koontz 

MACK AY 
Colonel 

MACKEY 

Albert 

Cyrus 

Elizabeth 

Emma 

Harriet 

Harry — -. 

Jane= (Cunningham). 

John 

Olla 

Dr. Robert C __ — 

MACKINTOSH 

Albert Ira 

Anna Margaret — 

Caroline 

Catherine Georgina — 



170 
170 
226 
226 
170 
170 
226 
226 
170 
170 
226 
226 
170 
226 
170 
.170 

.246 

_243 
.243 
_243 
_243 
.243 
-243 
.243 
_243 
.243 
.243 

.117 
.117 
-117 
.117 



Catherine Jane 117 

Elizabeth - 117 

Grace Greenwood* (Boyd) 117 

Homer 117 

James 117 

Jane (Mac Kay) 117 

John Murdock 117 

MADISON 

Mandell 258 

MAGEE 
Mary Alice 201 

MAHOOD 

George 228 

MAINS 

The 38 

MAINS 

Abraham 284 

Alice Lillias (Rose) 61 

Anna 283 

Annie 284 

Benjamin Gardner 61 

Catherine (Wellman) 61 

Charley 61 

Deborah —283 

Dinah - 283 

Eliza Ann 283 

Elizabeth 283. 284 

Elma 283 

Fay 61 

Finley 283. 284 

George 284 

I. N 40 

Irene Augusta .. 61 

Isaac 61 

Isaac Newton.- 61 

Jacob 283. 284 



James 

Jane 

Jean (Watson) 

Jemima 

Jesse 

John 



282. 283 

283 

283, 284 

284 

283 

283 

Katherine Verna 61 

Margaret ._ 283 

Margie 61 

Mary -. 283 

Mary Ann 284 

Mary Jane 283 

Xancy 284 

Xancy (Small) 284 

Rachel 283 

Rebecca 283. 284 

^Rebecca' (McGrew) 283 

Sarah 283 

Sarah Margaret 284 

Simon McGrew 283 

Watson 283 

Wealth Rose 61 

MALOXE 

Alma Marie 219 

Bertha Susan 219 

Carole Jean 219 

(Mallonee), Edith (Cole) 286 

Edward 219 

Edward W.... . —231 

Emmet 219 

Francis . 219 

Harriet «jiiariesworth").._'„.219 

Iva Lucille 219 

James 219 

(Mallonee), John 286 

Katherine 219 

Laura : 219 

Marv Ann 219 



Mildred Carrie 
Oma Irene 



219 
219 

Patrick Joseph 219 

Pearl Edna 219 

Pearl Lydia* (Williams) 219 

Rachel 286 

Richard E 219 

Ruth Elizabeth __219 

William Lawrence 219 

MAXL1ERBAUGH 

(!^atherine Leola .187 

MAXNIXG 

Bessie Cree 230 

Irvin Reedie — 229. 230 

Mabel Edith (Hunter) -.230 

Robert De Wayne 230 

Russell William 230 

MARKHAM 

Andrew Jackson — — _ 121 

Charles Alden 121 

Charles James_ 121 

Eleanor Jane 121 

George Iry 121 

Grace Eleanor 120 

John Wesley 121 

Nellie May (Eggleston) 121 

Rosanna May _ 121 

Walter Eggleston ._ _ 121 



MARKLE 

General _ 25 

Abraham" 267 

Airayadney* -.272 

Alice' 107, 152, 274 

Amanda= 273 

Caroline 268 

Casslus Clay" 272, 274 

Catherine (Painter) 268 

Catherine Elizabeth* 153 

Catherine' 266 

Clara Ella= 270. 291 

Cornelia Tinstman*._ 273 

General Cyrus Painter* 269, 272 

Cyrus Painter", Jr - 273 

Cyrus Painter* 273, 274 

DaiileP - 267 

David' 268 

Dorothy Jean* 153 

Edith Boyd" 

. 107. 150. 152. 176, 274 

Edna Isabel" 271 

Elias R.« 269 

Elizabeth (Baer) 271 

Elizabeth (Grim) _ 266 

Elizabeth (Lloyd) 107, 270 

Elizabeth (I'ainter) 82, 269, 291 

Elizabeth" 266 

Elizabeth Larimer* (Boyd) 

107, 152,176,274 

Elizabeth Larimer* .163 

Emilie Larimer*.. 273 

Esther" - 266 

Florilla- 268 

Frank Stark' 274 

Gaspard= (Gasper) 266. 267 

Gasper" 268 

fJeorge" 266 

George' 268 

George Ashman" 270 

George Lloyd" 271, 291 

George Washington* 

107, 152, 176,272, 273, 274 

Georgia* 266 

(Miss) Grace Dick 270 

Grace Dick* 273 

Grace Elizabeth (Bowie) 153 

Hannah (Lobingier) 269 

Hannah' ._ . 267 

Hannah* ._ 270. 272 

Harriet Cornelia" 273 

Harrv Wilmer" 107, 152. 153. 274 

Isabella (Carothers) 273 

Jacob' 267. 268 

James Carothers' 273 

Jane' (Pinkerton)....119. 270, 291 
Jane Kilgore (Zimmerman) 

_ 153 

Jean Carothers* 273 

Jean Eleanor* 153 

Jemima (Weurtz) 266 

Jesse Henry" 272 

Jessie Benton*. 275 

John" . 267 

John Chrlsman' 266 

.lohn P." ._. 271. 291 

John Pinkerton 148 

John Ralph' 271 

Joseph - 290 

General Joseph' 

82, 107, 267. 268. 270. 291 

Joseph' 119, 266, 270, 291 

Joseph' 273 

Lieutenant Joseph E.__ — 269 

Joseph L." 272 

Lafayette* 270 

Lafayette" 270 

Lawrence Alvln* 107. 152. 274 

Leah' _ 268 

Leonora* . 268 

Lida (Work) 271 

Lizzie* .- _- — 266 

Magdalena" (Molly)... 266 

Margaret Ann" 272 

Margaret Ann' 274 

Margaret Christian (Rohland) 

- 274 

Margaret Elizabeth" 

107. 153, 274 

Margaret (Maggie) L.* — 272 

Margaret McMasters* 273 

Margaret Roberta* 153 

Margaret ZIgler* 275 

Maria (Gowan) 268 

Marv (Deer) 266 

Mary (Lobingier) . 268 

Marv (Rothermal) 267 

Marv" 268 

Marv Ann (Overholt) 274 

Mary Elizabeth*— 82. 269 

Mary Elizabeth" 

— 119. 271. 272, 291 



322 



THE BOYD FAMILY 



Mary Emily' 

Mary Jane' 

Mary Louise' 

Mary Overholt'-. 

Robert Lloyd= 

Rosanna^ 



-273 
_274 
-153 



275 

Il07, 153. 274 

266 

271 
,268 
_273 



RoxaTina' (Roxie) 

Salome^ (Sally) 

Sara Ann' 

Sarah A.* 270 

Sarah Anna (I-.ippencott)_272 

Sarah Bessie' 275 

Shepard Brown' 273 

Shepard Brown' Jr 273 



Shepard Edward' . 
Shephard Brown* . 

Sidnie* 

Soloman' 

Susan^ 

Susanna 



Thomas McMasters' 

Winfield Scott' 

MARKLES 

The 

MARLOW 

Joseph Abraham 

MARSH 

George 



.271, 291 

269 

271 

268 

267 

294 

274 

273 



_ 24 
-136 



Levina Jane_ 
Willi 



_50, 283 
-112 
_283 



MARSHALL 

Mr. 

Donald W 

MARSKIXO 

James 

MARTIN 

Abbie Ruth 



_298 
_140 



Alfred William 

Anna Hasseltine.. 



197 

100 

64 

100 

Corinna Calesta (Guernsey )100 

Gertrude Martha 100 

James Luther 100 

Jean 217 

Mabel Corinna 100 

MARTZ 

Mollie : 167 

MASON 

Mr. 249 



„174. 178 
_174, 179 
_174 



David 

Katherine Rebecca 

Malissa Blanche 

Malissa McMichel 179 

Mary Catherine (McMichel) 

174, 178 

Mary Lucetta 150, 174, 178 

Oral Roy _ 174, 179 



Raymond Lee- 
Sarah 



MATHIAS 
Allie Diana 



-174, 179 
73 



Blanche Pore- 
El vira (Shrader)- 
Frances Ruth_ 

Harry Stacy 

Jessie Percilla_ 
John 



John Carl 

Laura Marie 

Laura May 

Lulu Katherine- 

Luther Merle 

Mable Hannah 

Minerva Jane 

Samuel Tilden. 



172 

_149. 172 
.-172 
_172 
-172 
-172 
..172 



-172. 173 
173 

172 

172 

173 

172 

-172 
-172 
.172 



-244 
.-244 



Sara Rebecca (Pore)- 

MAURER 

Lena 

Margaret 

MAUS 

Rev. Charles W. (D.D.) 25 

MAXWELL 

Isabella 50 

Isabella' (McGrew) 278 

James 30. 51. 277. 278 

Lord James 51 

Jane 51 

John -30, 31, 51, 277, 278 

John Alexander 9 

Josephine 134 

Margaret 51 

Mary 51 

Robert 37. 38. 51. 55. 277. 278 

Sir Robert 10 

Thomas 38. 55 

MAY 

Helen 188 

MAYES 
William 58 

MAYXOR 
Anna G 216 



Aurel Rebecca* (Williams)216 
Fanny B 216 



.216 
-216 
-216 
-216 
-216 
-216 
-216 
-216 
-216 



Fossy B 

Justin C 

Lacy 

Lee Sanford- 

Luther D 

Luther V 

Mary N 

Roy C 

Vera A 

McAFEE 

Ada Bathilda (Frye) 132 

Carl Ewing 132 

James Robert 132 

Jessie Wylie 132 

John Bradley 132 

Lulu Ruth 132 

Marv Margaret 132 

Nora Olive 132 

William Burrel 132 

William James 132 

McA.VAXEY 

Elizabeth (Anastesia) 188 

Eva May* (Hoover) 188 

Gilbert 188 

James Gilbert 188 

James Samuel 188 

Ruth Margaret 188 

Sam Henry 188 

Walter Hugh 188 

McARTHUR 
Samuel 



McAY'EAL 
Andrew _ 
Catherine 
James 



Margaret 

Martha 

Nancy 

Robert 

Sarah Jane 

McBEY 

Byrda 

McC.-UN 

Mai-y 

McCALLUM 
William 

McCARLET 
Moses 



56 

82 

82 

-81. 82 
-81, 82 



-81, 



_ 82 
—218 



-298 
-301 



MCCARTNEY 
Ada St. Clair- 
Alice Bovard- 
James Shearer- 



- 19 

-163 
-163 
-163 



Dr. James Shearer, Jr 163 

James Shearer, IH 163 

Jane Elizabeth 163 

Lizzie Jane (Bovard) 163 

Mary Margaretta 163 

Naomi Nicholls" (Hough) 163 
William Hough 163 

McCAUSLAND 
William A 95 

McCLAIN 
Anna Belle 



Lavina Catherine (Kerr)- 

Lavina Kerr 147. 

Mary 

Thomas 



Thomas Henry 

McCLAY 
Anna 



162 
162 
162 
162 

162 

162 



McCLEAN 

Family 

Hugh 

Moses 

Capt. William 

McClelland 

George Washington- 
McCLINTOCKS 

The 

McCLURE 

Dorothy May 

Mccormick 

Edith M 

L. A. 



Mary (Meikle)- 
McCOY 
John 



Mccracken 

Lt. Wm. 

Mcculloch 

Walter Kerr _ 
McCULLOUGH 

Annabelle 

McCUNE 

Mr. 

Ann Jane 

Emma Jane 

Ida Belle 

James 

Jane 

John 

Lincoln 



-261 

_ 19 
_ 20 
_ 29 
_ 45 

- 89 

_ 24 

-190 

-306 
-306 
-306 

-98 

_ 33 

-151 



89 



-248 
-108 
-109 
-109 



-109 
-258 



-108 
-109 



Martha 109. 182 

Martha Jane (Tllbrook) 108 

Mary 83 

Nancy 109 

Robert 307 

Samuel — s 109 

Thomas Tilbrook 109 



Verna Mae- 
McDANIEL 

Susan 

Thomas 

McDonald 

Margaret 

Mcdonough 

Ann 

Elizabeth 

Henry 

Jean 
John 



-186 



34 

-34, 35 



-244 



Joseph 

Margaret 

Mary 



46. 47 

46, 47 

-19, 20. 46, 47 

46, 47 

46, 47 

46. 47 

46, 47 

46. 47 



Mcdowell 

Emily 

McELHINNEY 

Joseph 

Sarah 

Mcelroy 

Estelle . 

L. W. 



-106 



McEILWEE 

Family 

McFARLAJCD 

Hon. James 

Mattie 



-159 
-134 



19 



-245 
- 80 



McFERRAN 

Elizabeth 

McGARY 

George Everett 
McGAUGHREY 

William 

McGAW 

Alice 



-280 



-175 
_ 28 



McGINLEY 
James 

McGLASSON 
Stella 

McGREW 

Miss 

Alex. Sr. 

-Alexander _ 
-Alexander^ - 
-Alexander* - 

Ann' 

-Archibald 

-Archibald' 



-137 
_ 45 



104 

303 

50 

-48, 281 

-277 



-240, 281 
-279 



-277, 281 



31. 48. 240. 277, 279, 280 

Archibald* 240. 280 

Archibald' 278. 281 

Archie B.' 227 

Archie Wilbur" 227 

Carl 276, 282 

Catherine 277 

Catherine' 30, 31. 277, 280 

Charlotte Hay (White) 227 

Deborah 278 

Deborah (McGrew) 278 

Deborah' 279 

Deborah* 280 



Dinah (Cox) 

Dinah* 

Elisa 

Elisa' 

Elizabeth- 
Elizabeth 



-282 
-282 
-281 
-281 



31, 240, 277 

( Laurin) 278 

Elizabeth (McFerran) 280, 284 

Elizabeth' 278 

Finley 276 

Finley= 277, 278 

Finley' 276, 279, 282 

Finley* 278, 280, 282 

Finley* 278 



Flora May (Jones)- 

Hanna (Case) 

Hulda' 

Isaac 

Isabella' 



-227 
-227 
-278 



Jacob* 

James 

James* 

James' 

James* . 

James' 

James B. 
James B.'_ 
James B.*_ 

James C 

James C.*_ 

Jane* 

Jane' 

Jean 

Jean' 



-31, 277, 299 

280. 284 

-281 



-277, 279, 280 
-31, 277. 278 
-278 



-278. 281 
-284 
-280 
-280 
-276 



-276. 282 
-280. 284 

278 

281 

281 



John 


?77 


281 


-Tnhn* Ml 940 


276, 


27- 


-Tohn* !>4n 


281 


2s; 


-Tnhn R * 




281 


Joseph* 




28i 


Marg-aret' 


-31, 


271 






28' 


Maria 




28 






28 


Martha 


.277 


28 


Martha ( Hendricks) - 




27i 


Martha' (Bracken)_48 


240. 


28 


^rartha* 




271 


Marfha' 


-278, 


28 






28 


Mary (Finley) 




-27! 


Mary' 31, 


278, 


28( 


Mary* 278, 


280 


28: 


Mary' 


„.27« 


28- 


Nancy 


_. 82. 


26! 


Nathan' 


278 


27! 


Nathan* 278 


280 


28: 


X'athJin' 




27t 


PeterS 




27! 


Rachel (Blackburn)-_ 




27! 


Rebecca* 


279 


28! 


(MacGrew) Robert* 




27( 


Ruth* 47, 48 


240 


281 


Sarah Jane (Ingles)- 




22: 


Samuel 




28( 


Ra^iliel* 




27f 


."Samuel Wilhiir* 




22' 


Simon 


—82, 


26! 


."Pinion' 




27! 


Simnn.* 




28( 


.Stephen* 




27i 


ThenHocia 


82 


26! 


Thninas* 




28( 


W'eakley 




281 


■SVeakley' 




281 


Wilbur Thnma-O 




22; 


WTilhiir Thoina-<!* 




22; 


William 


277 


281 


William' 




271 


William' 31, 240, 


278 


27!i 


■WillinTTi* 


•^40 


281 


McGUFFEY 






Grover Cleveland 


-174 


17!- 


McINDO 






Marp^ret 




160 


McINTYRE 






Myrtle 




IHfi 


McKEAG 






Georj^p "R 




180 


McKEE 






Pearl 




170 


McKEESON 






W^ip-h CJ^mpbell 




82 


McKEEN 






Family 




11 


McKELVEY 






Charle.s 




219 


McKENERY 






John Melvin 




154 


Mckenzie 










95 


McIvINNEY 






Delnora Jane 




184 


Elizabeth Pauline' (Boyd 


184 


John Harvey 




-184 


Louis Oliver 




-184 


Martha Jane (Gordon 


).- 


-184 


Oliver Franklin 




_ 184 






184 


McKOWN 






Air 




83 


Mclaughlin 






Phoebe .Ann 




- 59 


McLean 






Rer^flev 




109 


Marv 




1.S6 


McMAHON 






Atr 




177 


-AJexander Hamilton 




-177 


Jean (Alexander) 




_177 


John Hamilton 




177 


W^allace 




177 


McMASTER 






Catherine (Nicholson) 


_ 94 


r'hri<5tina 




95 


Eliita 




94 






95 


Wannah Fllen 




_ 95 


James Crawford 




- 94 


James Gilbert 




- 95 


Margaret .Tane 




_ 95 


Mary Ann 




_ 95 


William (■ 




% 


McMASTERS 






Margaret Ann' (Markle)_272 


Rachel 




-272 


Thoma.s 




273 



NAME INDEX 



323 



i' I. iJr. 

iSf Bert 
,)(fCaro 



fcMILLAN 
Dr. 24 

Arthur William 170 

" -tha Lyle (Nioholls) .170 

_„.-ol Ethel .. ..,- 170 

■ > Dr. Daniel Irwin ._ 170 

i E Eleanor (Short) 170 

i I Elizabeth Alice 170 

-, I Florence Adelle 170 

; } Helen Louise 170 

"4( James Mack 170 

John Charles 170 

Lewis Herbert 170 



Marv Verona 170 

: : Rutii Elenore 170 

IcMINN 
Mr 249 

IcMURRY 
i Nancy Jane 259 

' IcNEEL 

I 'John 51 

5 IcPHATTER 

" Agnes Martin (Bierman). 230 

Delray Bennett 230 

Donald Bennett 230 

Margaret Ruth (Hunter) 230 

William Scott 230 

Wilma Lores 230 

[cPHERSON 

Family 

Frances — 
Janet 



Janet (McElwee)- 

Jean 

Margaret 

Robert 

Col. Robert 

William 



[cPHERSONS 

The 

[cQUAY 

Lloyd 

IcTIGHE 

John 

IcVEY 

George Edward 
lEDSGER 

Henry 

lEGRAIL 

Moser 

lELOY 

Rev. W. F 

lENCER 

George Matthew 

:essner 



19 

45 

45 

45 

45 

_ 45 

.22, 28, 45 

33 

45 



„ 30 
_.193 
__191 
...171 
....258 
_283 



_ 93 
_211 






Ida Elsie (Downey) 210 

Lewis 210 

Lois Elsie 210 



OCKELSON 

Martha Christine 

tIELKE 

Charles Henry.. 



_130 

_.120 
120 





Charles Spencer _i^« 

Genevieve Margaret 120 

George Robert 120 

Hazel Elizabeth 120 

Helen Mabel „_...120 

Mabel Luella (Spencer)...^ 120 
William Allen 120 

IIILBS 
Col. Samuel 33 

aiLLER 

Mr. 303 

Agnes 45 

Albert _ 249 

Albert Gallatin 249 

Allyanne 296 

Anna 249. 273 

Anne 77 

Benjamin H 140 



Burt A. 

Cora 

Cornelia 

Cornelia May_ 

Daniel 

Derle E. 



Dorothea Augusta 

Earl George 

Edgar Casper 

Elizabeth 



125 

.141, 271 
179. 249 

174 

187 

187 

___229 

226 

229 

282 

Emma Viola 165 

Eva May (Macbeth) — .226 

Evelyn Mae 187, 229 

Frank 249 

Fred 192 

George 178 

George Lionel 229 

George Torrence 272 

George Walter 155 

Hardy. Jr. 96 

Ida Mae (Bowlin) 229 

Israel 85 



J. Roger C 

Jacob 

•Jacob Henry 

Jack Kenneth 
Jake 



166 

52 

89 

229 

226 

James „ 35 

Jane Florence (Rabe) 125 

Jane Katherine 125 

John 109 

John George 229 

Leslie _ _ 187 

Mabel Margaret^ (Hoover) 187 

Margaret Sally' (Gaut) 249 

Martha 226 

Mary 35 

Mary' (Markle) 268 

Mary Agnes 64 

Mortimer C. 272 

Priscilla Mae 226 

Rachel (McMasters) .....272 

Roxanna* (Markle) 271 

Ruth Elma 229 

Samuel _ 249 

Susan . 172 



Thomas Rabe . 

Dr. W. N 

William . 
MILLIGAN 

Charles Alvin 

William 

MILLIGANS 

The ._ 

MILLISON 

Marv 

MILLS 

Edgar I. 

Edward ._ 

Josiah 

MINTEER . 

Sarah 

MISIILER 

Sarah 

MITCHELL 

Mr 

Samuel 



56, 



31, 



MITCHELLS 

The 

MOGUET 

William Alvin 
MOLES 

Amanda 

Charles 



.125 

-.271 

268 

.179 
-.235 

_ 24 

_168 

.273 
..138 
.118 

.. 92 

.. 86 

278 
82 

.. 24 

214 



89 
90 

Charles Emerson 89, 90, 91 

Daisy .„„ 90 



Elwood 

George Marion .. 
Hannah (Jones).. 
Henry Clay 



Hetty Ester (Martin) 89, 

Howard 

Jacob Van Buren 

Laura Ester 

Laura Hanna . 

Levi 

Mettle Mable . 
Minnie Estella 



iXancy Jalina (Johnston) . . 

Nathaniel Columbus 89; 

William Boyd ,. 

Scott 



Winfleld 
MOLISIE 

Charles 

MOMYER 

George . 

MOXTEITH 

William 

MONTGOMERY 

(Families of) 

Lord Alexander.- 

Johanna 

Neil 

MOODY 

Samuel Fenton 

MOORE 

Alex 



.89, 90 

90 

91 
90 
90 
91 
89 



.._219 
-.167 



.100 



Catherine 

David 

Ella (Pettibone).- 

Florence 

Jesse 

John 

Margaret 



Natalie Frances- 

Perry 

Samuel . 

William 

MOORES 
Marie 

MOOREHEAD 
William 

MORELAND 
Margaret 



- 17 
. 9 
_ 9 

- 11 

_150 

.239 
_ 87 

- 22 
.186 

186 

- 31 
-186 
.148 
-186 
_ 31 
.. 28 
_ 23 

-128 

_ 56 

-106 



MORGAN 




Dorothy Lorraine 


126 


Edna - - 


... 292 


Nellie Emma (Kummer) 


126 


Ralph C 


. 126 


MORRISON 




Family 


.. 19 




28 


(of Preston Grange) 


.„. 12 




72 

72 


Ann'' - 


Annie (Gray) 


72 


Elizabeth (Campbell) .. 


-.161 


Hannah Elizabeth 


162 


Halbert= 


- 72 


Hannah' 


72 


Hannah' 


_ 72 


.Tamp.s2 ..,.,. 


.— 72 


James' 


. 72 




- 72 




...-162 


.Tane (.Steplp) 


72 


Jpan 


. 29 


Jennett (Paul) _ 


72 


.John 


78 

72 


.Tnhn' 


John' 


72 


Jrihn' 


72 


Jnhn< 


72 


.Tnlin^ 


. 72 


John Monrne 


1R?. 




— .. 72 
.27, 28 


Jo.sfPh 


JciSiph' 


72 


Joseph' 


72 


.Tnseph* 


72 


.Tosiah 


109 


T,ettie Ann 


161 


Marfha' 


- . 72 


Marv (Holme.si) 


72 


Mary (Wallace) 


72 


Mary' 


- 72 


Mary' 


. .. 72 


Mary Ann=> 


_ 72 


Mary Margaret 


162 


Nancy Arahell , , .... 


— 162 


Nancv Emily' 


72 


Robert CulbertsoTi 


161 




7!! 




. . 72 


Samuel' 


. 72 


.Samuel Stewart 


—.162 


Susan Julia" .. , . 


.70, 72 


.SHSMnnnh-* 


72 


William Alexander 


-.162 


MORRISONS 




The 


_ . 30 


MORROW 




Belle - 


..- 260 




. .-260 




260 


Zella Marie. .- 


. 170 


MORSE 




R<»v Jpderliah 


_.. 246 
246 


.Samuel Finlpy 


MORTON 




Emiline Catherine (Kelley) I 




- .109 


James Marquis 


109 




- . 30 


T.aura May 


109 


Mai-y Belle 


109 


MOSEBAUGH 




Ji-.ar} f'hT-isfian 


151 


MOSER 




Elizabeth (Betsey) 


241 




.241 




241 


P**t**r 


-.241 


Sarah (Sally) Martha.- 


_.. 241 


MOULB 




Joyce 


.-195 


MOWBRAY 




Sir Philip 


14 


MOYURS 




Ml'-hnel 


- 53 


MULLIGAN 






. . 223 


MUMMBRT 




Derirk 


28 


MURPHY 




Lewis Potter 


275 


MURRAY 




William 


87 


MUSTARD 




RaynT^^d 


300 


MYERS 




P.liQhii Harrison 


-138 


Ester Pearl 


138 


E>'erptt 


.138 


Frank 


_ 138 


Gerald Eucene . . .139 1 



Hannah Leona 138 

Hannah Maria (Abel) 138 

Harold William 138, 139 

Ida Neotia 138 

Inez Isabel 138 

Mabel Elma 138 

Mary V'iola (Ferguson) 139 

Thomas Barton 139 



NEAFF 

Christopher 35 

NEAL 

Gladys 129 

Joe 230 

Marie igi 

NEDROW 

Blanche Edith (Cochenour) 

Charles Edward 

Donald Austin 

Freda Luella 

George Austin 

Ruth Helen . 

Vella Loretta 

NELSON 
Antonette 
Axel P. -. 
Emil 



Johanna (Larson) 

Lars 

Martin 

Nels K. 

Nora 

Ole J. 



NELSON-MARTINSON 
Henry - 

NESBITT 

Emily Bell __ 

NEWCOMER 

Elizabeth 

George Washington .„. 

NEWLIN 

Elijah - 

Elizabeth _ - 

Simon . 

NEWX,ON 

Elijah 

Lorr.aine - 

NEWTON 
Louis „ 

NICHOL 

Mitchell 

NICHOLLS 

Alfred Guy _ 165, 

Ally Anna' (SchoU) 

-..164, 205, 

Anna-Belle „ 

Anna Belle 162, 

.'Vnna Grace 

Archibald Boyd 84, 110. 
161. 164. 205, 206, 264, 294, 
307, 308 

Archie Reed 162 

Benajeanne 

Bennett Blair . 164. 205 

Bertha Lyle Ill 

Bettv Mae 165 

Beulah Mae —164 206 

Bnvd Benford 112 

Boyd Emerson 110. 161, 

Catherine 

(Illara Agnes (Balentine) 

Daryl Lou .._ 

David 



217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 
217 

-194 
-194 
-193 
-194 
-194 
-194 
-194 
- 58 
-194 



-.194 



-.260 
—165 



-279 
.283 
-283 



32 

58 



.308 



210 

295 
204 
203 
206 

147. 

295. 

,203 
206 
295 
170 
212 
295 
175 
308 
84 
211 
211 
84 

,175 
211 
211 
212 
212 
175 

.. 84 



Delphia Hunter 112, 

Dolores Jean 

Donald Ralph 165, 

Doris Grace 165 

Dorothy Jane 165 

Eliza Jane (Benford) 112 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth' (Williams) — 

110, 161. 264. 294. 295. 308 
Elizabeth Marv' (Williams) 147 
Elizabeth Mary» 110 

Elizabeth Marv' (Boyd) 84. 307 

Elizabeth Vera 162.202 

Elma Lucille .175 

Elma Romaine (Wagner) 175 
Elroy P. no. 147. 162. 204. 308 
Emma Pinkna 110. 166. 308 

Erma Grace (Robertson) 206 
Florence Elizabeth 164. 205. 295 
Frances Pearl 164. 206. 295 

Frederick Lowe 175 

George Washington ..-165. 211 

Gilbert Lee 210 

Gladys Marie 165. 204. 210 

Glenn Dale 165, 211 

Gretta Ann 110, 162, 264, 308 

Harold Wayne 206 

Harvev 84 

Hazel Irene (Warner) 203 



324 



THE BOYD FAMILY 



Helen Elizabeth 162, 

Helen Mae (Sherbondy) ., 
J. E. 



Jacob Edgar 110, 165,210, 

James - _ 84, 111, 

James Lavenus 164, 206, 

John Boyd - 84, 112, 

John Calvin . - — -- 

-.110, 151. 163, 164, 205, 295, 

John Calvin, Jr. 164, 

John Calvin, III 

John Warner 

Lavina Kerr (McClain) 162, 
Lettie Ann (Morrison)- 162, 

Lois Elsie (Messner) — 

Louise Marie (Lowe).- 

Mabel Marie (Lynn) „ 

MacLettie Erelene — 

Margaret Alverda .110, 164, 

Martha Ann 

Martha Bell 164, 206, 

Martha Jane 



204 

211 
210 
308 
170 
295 
175 



Mary (Polly) 

Mary Ann 

Marv Edna 164. 205, 

Mary Elizabeth 112, 175, 

Mary Ella (Guynn) .. - 165, 

Mary Louise Ill, 

Mary Lucille - 162, 

Minnie Elizabeth - 

110, 157, 164, 294, 

Mona Lee _ — — 

Nancy 



308 
206 
206 
203 
204 
202 
210 
175 
206 
203 
308 
111 
295 
, 84 
. 84 
84 
295 
183 
210 
171 
203 



Olive' Edna 110,166, 

Omer Kenneth 165, 

Rachel E. - - - 84, 

Raymond Murry 162, 

Rebecca - 

Rebecca (De Vore) 

Rebecca Jane 84, 110, 

Robert Earl 162. 202. 

Ruth Jennie (Holmes) 111. 

Ruth Rebecca 162. 204. 

Samuel 

Sarah 

William 84, 110, 

William E. - _ 

William SchoU 164, 205, 

William Thomas — 

- .110, 161, 162, 202, 

Zo Rene — 

NICHOLS 

Georgia Ann (Loop) 

John 

NICHOLSON 
George Henry 

NICOLAS 

William _ 

NOEL 

Frank 

NOOMAN 

Ella ....: 

NORD 

(formerly "Knain") Christ 

Eric _ 

Dogmar Azora 

Eleanor Theodora 

Engeliet Thora (Sheie). 

Inger Constance 

Lillian Christine . 

Merle Ephriam 

Thelma Borghild _ 

Solveig Audhild . 

NULL 

Mrs. Charlotta 

Christenna (Ruoff) 

Elmer Merle 

Hiram Null _ 

Hunter Marion „ _ 

Marion 

Margaret (Pore) _.. 

Margaret Christene _ 

Millard Fillmore 

Sarah Gertrude _ 

NUNWEILER 

Anton _- 

Anton Emil _ 

Augustina 

Edward 

Elizabeth (Bolembach) 

Jacob 

Katherlne 

Philip 

Phvlipenia 

NTMAN 
John _ 



308 

211 

84 

308 

211 

112 

203 

84 

84 

307 

203 

170 

210 

84 

84 

307 

203 

295 

308 
203 

227 
227 

64 

52 
182 
194 



193 
.193 
.193 
.193 
.193 
.193 
.193 

193 
.193 

236 

148 

.148 

.261 

.148 

.148 

.148 

.148 

236 

148 

.208 
.208 
.207 
.208 
.208 
.208 
.208 
.208 
.208 

.266 



OBERMETER 

Irene _ 189 

OBLEY 

Flo Etta - 178 

Fred Elmo -178 



Hannah Elizabeth 

( Delaney ) —178 

Harold Jacob 155, 177, 178 

Maud -.. 178 

Patterson Sylvester 178 

Raymond Lee 178 

Ross Patterson _ 178 

Samuel Brewer 178 

Sarah Rebecca (Kelley)— 178 

O'DONNELL 

Miss — _.301 

UGLEVEE 

Arthur Curtice 145 

OHOLLORAN 



Margaret 
OLFORD 

Belle _ 

OLIVER 

Kathryn .. 

Lizzie 



Salome' (Markle) 

Samuel . 

ONEILL 

Ann 

ONG 

Jacob 

O' RALLY 

Barbara 

ORR 

Coll - _ _ _-. 

Ed _ 

Thomas 

OTT 

C. A. _. 

OVERHOLT 

Mary Ann 

OVERTON 



.. 86 

-162 

-131 
-268 
-268 
-268 

_245 

_282 

-256 

.102 
-102 
-102 

.. 43 

-274 



Temperance 75 



PAGE 

Bessie _ 140 

Jane 70 

PAINTER 

Anna Lydia' (Bell) 118 

Artlissa (Poole) 175,183 

Benjamin 267 



-175, 183 

227 

.267 
-268 



Benton Clay 

Betty Lee -. 

Catharine _ 

Christopher 

Dora - 267 

Dorothy Ann (Jones) 227 

Edward Lee -... _.175, 183. 227 

227 
267 
269 
267 
119 
119 



Edward Morris 175. 

Elias 

Elizabeth 26i 

George 

Harriet B. (Wible) 

Harry 



Israel 175. 183. 

Colonel Israel -.24. 118 

Israel. Jr _..175 

Jacob _ 267 

Judge Jacob 267, 269 

James Stanley 175, 227 

Janet 185 

John 267 

Joseph 267 

Maria (Dunkel) 118 

Mary 267 

Mary Elizabeth 175. 183 

Mary Elizabeth (NichoUs) 

..-175. 227 

Morris Lobengier 118 

Patricia Jane 227 

Rebecca 267 

Ruth - 175. 183 



Samuel Bell 
Sophia 



_.118, 119 

268 

^267, 269 
268 

.227 



Sophia (Rapier) 

Susan 

Thomas Morris 

Thomas Wible _ 119 

Tobias 267 

Virginia 175. 227 

Walter Morris 119 

William Morris 119 

Winifred 175 

Winifred May ._ 183 

PALMER 

Benjamin Franklin 104 

Delia May 104 

Mary Susan (Lewis) 104 

PARKER 

Andrew . 23 

Claud E. 59 

James ._ 22 

Mary (Boyd) (or Eleanor) 22 

Rebecca= (Boyd) 23 

Richard 22. 23 

Thomas J 273 



PARKIN 

May 

PARKINS 

Margaret ..- 
PARKS 

Beryl 

Ira Pearl 

PARMA 

John A 

PARR 

Eliza Jane.. 

Jacob 

PARRISH 

Ann- 



305 

167 



-214 
-305 



Ann Mariah' 

Aquilla* _ _ 

Bazel Josephus' 

Benjamin'* 

Catherine (Tenner).. 

Charles 

Charles Albert".. 

Clara 

Edith" 

Edward* 

Edward' 

Edward' 
Eliza Jane'. 
Elizabeth J.' 

Evaline' , 

Hannah* 



43 

303 

28 

285 

285 

285 

59 

-39, 286 
_39, 286 

38 
_39, 286 

285 

286 

285 

285 

285 

59 



Jarrett" (Jaret).. 

-John 

John= 

John' 

John" _ 

John" 

Joseph' 

Joshua" 

Kerenhappuch" .. 

Leonard"* 

Mary' 

Mary' _.- 

Mary* (Price) 

Mary" 



39, 286 

58 

285 

286 

39 

285 

285 

-286 



.39, 58, 286 
.285 



Mary Elizabeth*- 

Mary Emma' 

Mary R." 

Mordecai* 

Mordecai" 

Peter' - 

Rachel ( Malone ) .— 

Rachel* 

Rebecca* — _ 

Sarah (Anderson) 

Susanna* 

Susanna' 

Susannah ._ 

Susannah' 

Susannah* 

Teletha' 



.38, 39, 286 
-38, 39. 286 

286 

285 

285 

285 

286 



59 

- 39. 286 
-285, 286 



286 

-39, 286 

285 

58 

39 

59 

285 

285 

286 

59 



Thomas Benjamin' 59 

Urith' 286 

Walter Craig' 59 

William-' 285 

William' 285 

William Anderson' 59 

PARSON 
Orphia Pearl 170 

PARTRIDGE 
Lawrence W. - 189 

PATTERSON 

Alfaretta :.155 

Alfred Guy 155, 178 

Annie Virginia 155 

Charles Clyde 155 

Cora (McCutcheon) 116 

Corabell 116 

Elizabeth 157 

Frances Rebecca 155 

Harriet 155 

Harry Herbert 249 

Israel 155 

James Boyd 155. 178 

Maggie Alice' (Boyd)— 155. 178 

Margaret (Owens) 155 

Oren Lee .-. 171 

Sarah Alfaretta 155. 178 

Virginia Louise 155, 178 

PATTISON 

Emma Jane.. 171 

Florida 171 

Henrietta Josephine 171 

Henry 171 

Henry John.— 171 

Josephine Jane (Cushman) 171 

Katherlne Louisea 171 

Louise Maria ..171 

Marv Louise (Nicholls) 171 

Mvra Alcott 171 

Olivia Edwina 171 

Ruth Evangelyn 171 

Stanley Rensselaer 171 



Virgmia HoUis 

PATTON 

Katherlne 

PAUL 

Jennett (Jennette)- 
PAXTON 

Captain 



-17: 
-14: 



Captain John 

Mrs. Mitchell- 
PAYNE 
Betty 



12 



Dr. Wade C. 

PEACOCK 

Ellen J. (Miller) 17 

Nancy Emma 17 

Robert A 17' 

PEARSON 

Charles Alexander 126. 12' 

Emma Millenna ( Johnston)12( 

Emma Nellie 12' 

Fannie 12' 

Sadie 9' 

PEDERSON 

Mrs. Olea Nelson. 19- 

PEEBLES 

Capt, Wm 3; 

PELTIER 
Bridget ( Conway )- 
Clarence 



!_•• 



Janice Jessamine 

Joseph Charles 

Marjorie Lee (Burgum). 

Olive _ 

Ruth 

PENN 

John, Jr. 

Philip. Esq. 
William .- 

PEOPLES 
Archibald 



_19: 
-19: 
-19: 

_19: 
_19; 
_19: 
-.19: 

_ 3: 
a: 



-20, 25 
-301 



Marv Elizabeth (Kreiling). 30! 
Sarah Belle 30> 

PERRY 

Alta Mae (Peters) 12: 

Anna Margaret' 28' 

Delila' 28' 

Dicey' 28' 

Dicey May' 288 

Eli Napoleon' 28: 

Elizabeth" 28' 

Hannah' 28" 

Hannah Ann" 28'' 

Lee Ida 281. 

Levina' 28f 

Littleton James' 

Littleton Jerome'.. 287. 28J 

Littleton Jerome' .„. 24i 

Martha' - 281 

Mary' (Polly) 28' 

Nancy 28' 

Nancy (Johnson) 28 

Nancy'. Jr. 28' 

Nancv Jane" 241, 287, 28! 

Pnllv (Pulten) 242,28' 

Richard' 28' 

Richard' 28! 

Samuel Abel' 28' 

Sarah Effa" 28: 

Solomon' (Sollomon) 28' 

Stella J." 28; 

Susan Hickman' 28' 

Virginia (Jennie) Ellen" 281 

■William" 28' 

William'. Jr. 28 

William Ballard" — 28' 

Wvtheal' 281 

PERSHING 

General John J 6! 

PETERS 

Clvde Miller 12! 

Evert Luther 121 

Hessie (Crum).._ 121 

Kenneth Archer 12! 

Llovd E... 21' 

Marv Ethel 12: 

Ora Alice 12: 

William Humbert 12: 

PETERSON 

Martin Andrew 22; 

PETTIT 
George Pow 1 2; 

PEURA 

Joyce Columbia (Hupp) 19 

Kenneth Clarence 19 

PHILIPS 
Leon Clayton 22: 

PHILLIPS 

Dr. Charles Strong lot 

Ida . 13: 

Irena 9! 

PIATT 
Catherine Carmel 



18; I 



NAME INDEX 



325 



4 



David Albert - 
David Snyder. 
Hazel Bell 



Margaret Addaline 

(Hamilton) 

j i; Thomas Layton 

-fltlCKLE 

Elizabeth Jane (Jones) 

* John Foust 



-IS 



,, PINKERTON 



Susan Frances. 
PIERCE 
John 



Clarence^ 

David' 

David" 

Edna Mabel°_ 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth' 85, 291, 

Freda Marie* 

George Earl° 

Isadora (Ruoff) 

James 

James* 

James^ 

James" 290, 

James' 

Jane 

Jane» ._ _ -.270, 



Jennie (Fulton) 

John= 85, 108, 270, 290, 

John' 



John* 177, 

John" 

Leora" 

Lucinda Miller* (SchoU). 

Lyle Perry°____ 

Maria' 

Mary (Barr) 

85, 108, 270, 290, 

Mary 2 

Mary Dogan*. 249, 290, 

Nannie May (Kelley) 

Perry Fulton* _ 

Rachel' 

Ralph Lester" 

Rebecca" 

Robert' 



Rose Cavanaugh".- 

Sarah' 

William' 



.108, 



i PIOVESAN ■ 



Anna Mary.. 
Charles 



Thelma Gladys 

Theresa Marie 

Thomas 

-^ Viola — 

* PLANK 

J William 

if POE 

Ella Glendora _ 

Emma Eunice (Gault).. 

Francis Marion 

Garnet Nevada 

Helen Leona 



Clyde Harland ._ 

Edward 

Frederick 

Harry _ 

Jacob 

Jacob Arthur 

Jacob Arthur Jr. 

John 

Joseph 

Lanks Angelo . 

Leonard Alvin 

Mary (Leahr) 

Rebecca Irene' (Williams) 



Ira Leona (Blackburn) 

Marlon Cortez 

Mary Elizabeth 

Naoma Ruth 

Susanna Mae 

POLLOCK 
William 

POND 
Charles F 

PONTIUS 

Ed i th 

POOLE 
Webster 

POPELLA 

Michael 

PORE 

Adam 107, 

Albert M 112, 172, 

Albert Ray 

Anna Irene 107, 

Arthur Ray 

Betty Louise 



_185 
..185 
_185 

185 
185 

.300 
.300 
.300 

.256 

_292 

.290 

_292 

.292 

.290 

,293 

.292 

..291 

.291 

.290 

_290 

.290 

297 

293 

.290 

291 

.291 

297 

.291 

292 

292 

293 

.297 

.292 

290 

.290 

297 
290 
297 
292 
.291 
.290 
.292 
293 
290 
292 
293 
.290 

224 
224 
224 
224 
224 
224 
224 
224 
224 
224 
224 
224 
225 
224 

.224 
.224 
.224 
224 
.224 

.233 

.135 
.135 
.135 
.135 
.135 
135 
.135 
.135 
.135 
.135 

.235 

.. 77 

.126 

.110 

.217 

112 
250 
149 
147 
173 
.149 



Christopher Lobengier 107, 112 

Clarence Wilmer 112, 172 

David Bair 112 

Elizabeth 173, 222, 250 

Eugene Ray „ 149 

George Elmer 107, 149 

George William 174 

Glenn Arthur 149 

Hurry Christopher 112; 172 

Helen Rebecca _ „. 174 

John 247 

John Adam 

107, 147, 162, 176, 250, 296 

John Edward 107, 148, 149 

John Franklin....- 112 

Josiah Albert 112, 173, 250 

Katherine Rebecca (Mason) 

- 174 

Lizzie Christina . 112, 172 

Margaret 107, 148 

Margaret (Bair) 112 

Margaret Ann (Lobengier) 

107, 112 

Margaret Jane" (Boyd) 

107, 147, 162, 176, 250, 296 

Margaret Mav 112, 172 

Mary Jessie' (Gaut) .. 173, 250 
Mary Lobengier .. 107. 147, 162 
Mildred Elizabeth (Lash). 149 
Minnie Edith (Henderson) 149 
Nancy Boyd . 107, 147, 250 

Rachel E. (Nicholls) 112,172 
Rachel Elizabeth (Nicholls) 

250 

Robert Larimer 107, 151 

Samuel Adam .112 

Sara Rebecca _. 112, 172 

Sarah Elizabeth 

107, 149, 150. 176, 296 

William Christopher 112 



William 

Wilmer 

PORTER 

Miss 

David 



Roy 112, 174, 179 

Archibald 174 



.303 
.. 28 
.307 



Dennis James 

Doris June 211 

Ethel Mary 170 

Henry Clinton 170 

Horatio N. 155 

Moses Bida 165 

Samuel .. 48 

William Ross 186 

POTTER 

Clifford Bronson 120 

James E. 257 

Minnie (Cremora) 120 

Minnie Cremora 120 

Willett Main 120 

Wailiam T . 120 

POWER 

Rev. James _ 24, 37. 273 

PRICE 

Ariadna Miriam (Agnes).. 298 

Bonnie Lee _. 138 

Edward Elijah 138 

Glen Palmer 138 

Hubert Jenning 138 

Isace 283 

John' 285 

Leona Florence (Ferguson) 

138 

Mary* 285 

Minnie Christine (Anderson) 

138 

Rebecca* (Merryman).._ 285 

Ross Edwin 138 

PRINCE CHARLES 

13 

12 



(Young Pretender) 
PROVANCE 

Ravmond 

PRYOR 

William Henry 

PUGHEB 

Alice 

PURDUE 

Agnes 



PUTTONY 
James 



.198 
..187 



.282 
.181 



.239 



RAECKE 

Ella Louise 137 

Frieda Johanne 137 

George William __ 137 

Johanne Hedwig (Pinsch) 137 

Otto Albert 137 

Robert John _. 137 

Walter Rudolf 137 

RAILIXGSHAFER 

Charles Christian 219 

Kathryn Margaret 219 



RANKIN 
Annie Marie (Culbert) 150, 264 

Aquilla 256 

Bruce Porter 264 

Ell wood Alexander 150 

Frances 150 

Grace Maude* (Hough) 264 

John . 106 

John Culbert _. 160, 264 

John Gordon 264 

John Kelly _ 150, 264 

Kathleen 150 

Margaret Florence (Hunter) 150 

Marie Hough 264 

.Vathalie Culbert 264 

Sarah 150 

Thomas Culbert 150 

William Hunter . . 150 

RANNELS 

Amy Madge (Stinson) 92 

Anna (Davidson) 91 

Clyde . 92 

Dora May . .. 92 

Earl Otto 92 

Elmina 92 

Ernest Tilton 92 

Esther Bell 92 

Gertrude 92 

Helen Lucile 92 

Jacob Womard 91. 92 

Ralph 92 

William 91 

RAVEN 
Edna 156 

RAYL 
Price Thomas 135 

RAYMOND 

Bessie (Williams) 198 

Carolyn E 198 

Charles 198 

Clara 198 

George 194 

Harry 198 

Lewis . 198 

Nellie Fern __.. 198 

REAGAN 

■ Lola 308 

REED 

Campbell 120 

Carrie 144 

David 304 

Floren 193 

norence 127 

Gail 120 

Gail Potter 120 

George W 304 

Jane (Shafer) 120 

Melissa Ann (Stinson) 120 

Minnie Cremora (Potter) 120 

Penrose . 120 

Dr. Robert Harvey 120 

Isaac Stoner 144 

William . 144 

REESE 

Annie (Shoemaker) 91 

John Shoemaker 90 

John Wesley ..__ 91 

William Charles 91 

REESER 
Annie 143 

REEVES 

Amy (Ames) 134 

Helen 134 

Jesse 134 

Nelson 134 

REUTER 
George 103 

REYNOLDS 

Adeline 260 

Elizabeth 38 

Helen 144 

Laura Ellen 236 

McConnell 38 

Nancy A. 37 

Pollv 261 

Rachel _^. 86 

(Mrs.) Rebecca 38, 55 

Rebeekah (Rebecca) .^ 37 

Verda 178 

William 35 

RHOADES 

Edmund Alvin 204 

(Rhodes) Jacob 236 

RHODES 

Albert 165.167 

Alice Barbara 167 

Barbara (Coulter) 167 

Catherine (Hepler) 167. 295. 308 

Catherine Elizabeth 308 

David Jerry 167. 295, 308 

Elliott 167 

Floyd Gown 167 



Harry Greely.. 

Henry ... 

Joseph Scott - 

Mary _ 

Oliver Samuel 
Orphic Beryl 

Pollv Ann .. 

Raymond 

Sadie Jane 

Samuel — 

Susanna 

Zella Susan 

RHUE 
Alice 

RICE 



167 

.255, 257 

_ -.167 

. 101. 259 
167 

167 

_167. 308 
-208 
.151. 167. 295 

167 

260 

167 



_.159 
. . 76 



(Mrs.) Mary (Claiborne) 

RICHARDS 
Marcia Starr 117 

RICHARDSON 

Abigail (Wyman) 298 

Ebenezer* 298 

Johann 298 

Nancy' 298 

Phoebe (Snow) 298 

Rebecca Charles (Snow) 298 

Ruth 298 

Samuel" 298 

Rev. Snow 298 

Stephen" 298 

Stephen' 298 

Susana (Wilson) 298 

Rev. Zebediah' 298 

Rev. Zebediah* 298 

RICHEY 

Mr. _ 25 

David Hunter 26 

Jennie . 35 

John . 35 

RICHIE 
Gertrude Sarah 220 

UIUDLE 

Mr 303 

David - _116 

RIDENOUR 
Zelnia Reynolds 

RIDGWAY 

Mary 

RIGGLE 
Elizabeth _-._ 

RIGLEY 

Frederick 

RISER 
H. S. 



_179 
_280 



-.182 
-308 



-42. 43 
24 



-103 



RITCHEYS 
The 

ROBBINS 

Beulah Mae 

Clyde Emmett 103 

Elizabeth Lewtie (Atche- 

son) 103 

Florence Louisa 103 

Myrtle 145 

ROBERTS 
John . 

ROBERTSON 
Alexander _ 
Anna Jack 



59 

35 
249 
262 
205 



Benjamin H _____ 

Benjamin Hastle 

David William 204. 210 

Dessa Myrtle' (Hough) 205 

Eleanor 84 

Elizabeth (Hastie) 205 

Erma Grace 205 

James 205 



James Eklward 
James Russell _ 
Rebena Beneta 

ROBERTSONS 
The 

ROBINEHT 
Diana 

ROBINSON 

Edward 

John Q. 

Mamie 

Marion 

Ruth 

ROBISON 

Lillian 

RODDA 
Jo.seph Herbert 

RODEARMOR 
Lizzie 

RODGERS 

Estella 

ROGERS 

Anne Jane' 

Bertha Marie 



.168 
-205 
-205 



_ 24 

..267 

-189 
-275 
-129 
-202 
-229 



Buddy (Charles) __ 

Charles Ernest 

Dorothy Elizabeth 



-292 
.226 
_248 

-127 

_ 53 
-232 
-232 
-232 



326 



THE BOYD FAMILY 



+- 



(Durstine) -232 

Ernest LeRoy _ 232 

Georpre Edward 232 

Jane* (Boyd) 53 

Janet Pearl 232 

Lloyd= 53 

Marie (Rohort) 232 

Samuel 53 

William= — 53 



ROHLAND 

Marsaret Christian 
ROITHNER 

Joe i — 



-.274 



_174 



ROLLER 

Jacob 31 

Philip — 31 

ROOSE 
Carl Noah _-185 

ROPER 
Belle .- - -140 

RORTHNER 
Joseph _.222 

ROSE 

A. G. - -. 61 

Alice Lillias 61 

ROSENBURG 
Oscar Knute -.— — 130 

ROSS 

Belinda __ — - -302 

Elizabeth - - 52 

Capt. Ezekiel 255 

Randall 53 

Randel 35 

William 32 

ROTHERMAL 

(Roadarmel) Mary,- ...267 

ROTHEY 

Ada 177 

Burnett — 177 

Drennen -177 

George Albert — 177 

Glenn _ 177 

Iva 177 

Leovidas 177 

Lida _..._177 

Lida Jane 177 

Raymond 177 

Robert . - - 177 

ROTHLBY 
Ada (McMahon) _ 150 

ROUSE 

Philip Jacob 227 



ROWE 




Mary . . .- 


»(ll 


ROY 




Rob 


12 


RUBLE 




Cyrus Elmer 


...2U8 


Laura Belle (McKee) 


...208 


Mary Audrey 


_208 


RUDY 




Grace Mae 


r/v 


RUFF 




AuKusta 


._-16b 




2ti8 


RUNFOLA 




Raymond 


...-213 


RUNNELL 






138 


RUOFF 




Isadora 


2itl 


J'^hn 


291 


Sarah (Meyers) 


...291 


RUSH 




KRtella 


177 


RUSSELL 






60 


Mabel Elithe 


_..137 


William 


B(l 


RYAN 




Hugh - 


...-257 



s 

SACKVILLE 

Herbert L ._ 

SALKA 

John 

SAMPLE 

Belle Magdalene 

John _ 

SANDERS 

Elmer Milton 



163 
.225 



.132 

... 48 



.209 



Emma Genevieve (Fretts) 209 

Harry Elmer _ 209 

J^mes Wilbur ..._ 209 

Lesetta Florence (Momyer) 209 

Patricia Jane 209 

Walter Merle 209 

Wavne Edward ._ _ 209 

SANDERSON 
William Lloyd — 214 



SANDOW 
Minnie Marie — -. 201 

SANDS 
Thomas M 129 

SANNER 
John Adam .....212 

SARSFIELD 

Margaret . _ 224 

SATTLER 
Daisy _ _. 92 

SAUNDERS 
Leslie Robert 63 

SAVAGE 

Clara Genevieve 64 

Ellen Gertrude 64 

James ._ 230 

Katherine Agnes --— -... 64 

Margaret Cecelia 64 

Martha Frances 63, 64 

Mary Agnes (White) 64 

Mary Josephine _ 64 

Robert Howard _ 64 

William Henry 64 

SCHAFER 
Mathew John - _ -—102 

SCHARNOWSKE 

Adolph Herman 195 

Earle Howard 194, 195 

Elmer Verner 195 

Elsworth Everad _ 195 

Etta Louise 195 

Hazel Lydia (Celey). 195 

Irene Delores (Hedstrom) 195 

James Earle 195 

Ruth Emma _..195 

Wayne Oliver _ 195 

SCHAUER 

Fred H 43 

S. B. . _ _ - 43 

SCHELL 
Raymond 141 

SCHLEISS 
Anne . .-. - - 191 

SCHMIDT 
Eliza - 257 

SCHMUCKER 
Elizabeth Mary (Hammond) 127 

Ethel Winona - 128 

Eva Madelene (Essig) _..128 

George _ 127 

George Melanchton, D.D 127 

George Roy _ _.128 

Hannah Priscilla 127 

Henrietta Jane 127 

Jacob N. 127 

Mabel Hammond -.127 

Martha S. 127 

Mary Elizabeth 127 

Samuel Luther 127 

Sarah ( Hahn) 127 

Stanley William .._ _.128 

William Mosheim 127 

SCHOKEY 

Marv . _..167 

William .._ 167 

SCHOLL 

Adaline' 151. 235, 296 

Alice' 296 

Ally Ann' 235 

Ally Anna' 151. 163. 295 

Allyanne (Miller) 290, 296 

Charles Christian^ 235, 294 

Charles Christian' -167, 235, 295 

Charles Glen= 295 

Christian^. ....290, 294. 296 

David Pore= _ _151. 296 

David Sylvester' 

150. 151. 176, 235, 296 

Emma Bell' 151, 235, 295 

Emma Florence"..- 164, 294 

Frank G.= 164. 294 

Hazel BelP _ . 164. 294 

Iva'' 296 

Johan Nicholas' _.294 

Johanna Magdalena (Ehro)294 
John Hennings' ...151. 235, 296 

Lemech M.= 295 

Lucinda Miller' _290. 297 

Marion D.' _.164, 294 

Marv Florence' (Bell)..... 

151, 163, 164. 235, 294 

Mary Markle=..„ _249. 297 

Mary Ruth= _151, 296 

Millard Filmore* , 296, 297 

Milo Templeton' 

-.151, 164, 235, 294 

Milo Templeton' 164, 294 

Minnie Elizabeth (Nicholls) 

164, 294 

Oscar Nicholls' 164, 294 

Raymond Emerson' _164, 294 

Robert Boyd' 151. 296 



Rufus H.= -. 

Ruth Ann (Crothers) 

Sadie Jane (Rhodes) 

Sarah Elizabeth (Pore)151, 

Sarah Elizabeth' .151. 

Sarah Jane* _ 151. 235, 

Susanna (Markle) ...235, 

William A.' 164, 

William Lamech^ ._ 

151. 163, 164, 235. 

William Walter* -..- 151, 235, 
SCHOUFFLER 

Abram Roy 

David Mellinger 

Edna DeEtte 

George Sutton 

Grover Cleveland 

Harvey Elliot 

Jacob 

Margaret 



Mary Belle 

Rebecca Jane (Mellinger)- 

SCHULL 
Charles 

SCHUSTER 

Emma Sofia .. 

Frederick George 

Mary (Thellman) 

Michael . ._ 

SCOFIELD 
Arley George 

SCOTS 
Mary, Queen of 

SCOTT 

Miss 

Mr "IIJ." 

(of Harden) ._ 

Ada _ _ _ _.;__ 

Adah Bell 
Albert 



Mason 

Alexander Skelley . 

Burns R. 

Burns Resler 

Catherine 

Charles Milligan ... 
Clara E. 



Edward 

Elgie V _ 

Eli Ross 

Hannah 

Harriet Lucetta (Milligan) 

James 

James Hanson 

John 



John Darah 

John Resler 

Joseph Elmer 

Joseph Lawrence 

Lula Maud 

Lydia Ellen (Mason) 

Margaret Susan 

Matilda 

Matilda (Ross) 

Capt. Matthew 32, 

Nettie Belle 

Nora Arizona _ 

Otto Clyde 

Reid 



33 



Samuel Harry 

William Hunter 

General Winfield 

SCROGAN 

Mr. ._ 

SCULL 

Alice Elizabeth _ 



.295 
297 
295 
296 
296 
296 
294 
294 

294 
296 

.154 
.154 
.154 
154 
154 
.154 
154 
.154 
.154 
.154 

-267 

233 
233 
.233 
233 

.138 

. 11 

.. 15 
. 86 
. 12 
^ 98 
.168 
.168 
. 97 
.150 
_179 
-307 
.179 
a79 
.180 
_168 
.180 
_ 99 
.179 
-168 
.168 
,. 84 
.180 
.179 
-179 
.180 
-179 
..168 
-179 
..180 
.180 
34 
.179 
168 
.180 
.134 
.179 
.168 
. 41 

. 28 



David Morgan 

Elizabeth Ann (Davis) 

Emily Boyts 

George Ross 

George Ross, Jr 

Isabel Warren 

SEIBERT 

Elvira ...- 

SENSENICH 

Anna Eaby 

Boyd Steel -.143, 

Carrie Edna« (Boyd) 143 

Chester David 143, 

Senator Chester David 

Chester George 143. 

Christian Eaby 

Earl Ward 143. 

Elizabeth Mary 

Gray Franklin — -143, 

Ila Mary —143, 

Isaac Weaver 

Isabel Scull 

Isabel Warren (Scull) 

Jacob Heasten 

Lois Victoria 



.196 
.196 
.196 

196 
.196 

196 
.196 

.177 

.143 
196 
195 
195 
-142 
196 
.143 
197 
143 
197 
196 
.143 
.196 
.196 
-143 
.196 



Louis Eaby _143. 19 

Mary (Eaby) 14 

Peter Eaby 14 

Zelma Boyd 143. 19 

SERVEN 

Thomas _ 3 

SHABELLA 

Anna Pearl 22 

Barbara ( Korzak) 22 

Barbara Kathryn 22 

Dora Louise _22 

Edward Joseph _ 22 

Elizabeth Belle' (Williams) 22 

Eva Lucille 22 

Frank Charles - 22 

John Eugene 219. 22 

John Thomas 22 

Joseph 22 

Josephine Martha 22 

Mary Barbara 22 

Michael 22' 

Michael J. 22< 

Mike Anthony 

Paul Martin 22i 

Pearl Elizabeth 22i 

SHANER 
William 28;^ 

SHARP 
Elizabeth 18i; 

SHAW 

Anna Belle 20! 

Bertha Elizabeth (Wels- 

house) 20!,^ 

Bettv Jane -..- — 20! - 

Charles Clayton ._ - -20! 

Charlotte Ruby _. 20! 

Donald William ._ 20! ' 

Dorothea Susan 20S 

Haves Arthur _20f '■ 

Ira Clayton. Jr.... __20S 

James Raymond -.20f 

Kathryn Mae 20£ 

Lawrence Franklin 20S 

Liddia 81 

Lois Anita 20S 

Mabel Loretta 208 

Margaret Bertha 209 

Martha 106 

Phvllis Ilene 20? 

Robert Dale 2Ci; 

Samuel Barnick 41 

Sarah 81 

Violet Emma 209 

SHEAR 
Benjamin 256 

SHELDON 
William 131 

SHELTON 
William _ 181 

SHEPARD 

Hester Ann 259, 

SHERBONDY 
Caroline Grace (Momyer) ..-211 i 

Charles Roy 308 

Charley 211^ 

Dorothy Grace 211 

Edgar Wilson 2U 

Gladys Fae 211 

Hattie Belle 160 

Helen Mae 211 

Henry 234. 247 

Homer Earl 211 

Jane 308 

Lenora 179 

Lenora Lucy 174 

Lester 177 

Sara Jane 211 

Thomas Burrel 211 

SHERRARD 
David 303 

SHIPTON 
Thomas 301 

SHIRY 
Mr. 82 

SHOAF 
William 158 i 

SHOEMAKER 
Emma _ 100 | 

SHOOK ; 

Alfred Francis 180 

Elizabeth Emelia (Born) — 180 

Henry James 180 

Henry James, Jr 180 , 

John Edward 180 J 

Madge Elizabeth 1801 

Tressa Ada 180 1 

SHULL ' 

Catharine Estelle 88 

John 83 

Sarah (Gillespie) 88 



r 
•ii' 



NAME INDEX 



327 



3HUPE 

Catherine 



James Wade . 

Oliver Pierce . 
5HURTLEFP 

Julia Amelia ... 
SID WELL 

Ella 

Lillian 



_260. 261 

275 

113 



59 



_159 
..157 



SIEGFRIED 

Morris Benjamin 212 

SIKMl.l.V 

Henrietta -..183 

^IK'IOS 

Edward Zenas 298 

;iLSLEY 

Jav Smith 159 

SILVERS 

Cornelius 101 

SIMON 



19 

_28. 29 



28. 29 

28. 29 



SIMONTON 

Family 

Ann 

Archibald 

Marsaret 

SIMERAL 

Archibald 56 

SIMMO.VS 

Adaline 301 

Marion ._ „ 305 

3IMONSON 

Gertrude O'Neita Predmore 137 
3IMPSON 

Irene 273 

Robert 111 



SLXCLAIR 

(of Stevenson) .... 
SLAUGHTER 

(Miss Castleraan) 

Mrs 



...._ _. 12 



BL 



Dr. Benjamin Franklin 

93. 94. 129 

Dr. Daniel 93 

Frank Warfel 94. 130 

Jessamine Southern 94. 129 

Linnie Lee 94. 130 

Malinda Louise* (Warfel) 

„ ...94, 129 

Roselind Castleman 94. 129 

L.OAN 

Edgar Hunter -113, 114 

Edgar Hunter. Jr 114 

Eliza (Johnston) 113 

Henrv 113 

Joseph 53 

Mabel Hasting 113 

Matthew 113 

Mary Jane (Hunter) 113 

Marv Olive (Kirkpatrick)_114 
Winfield Scott 113 

SMADEL 
George 191 

SMALL 
Nancv 284 

SMILEY 
Agnes 1 3 1 

iSlUTH 

Miss 303 

Alice 119 

Andrew 197 

Archie Jewel 197 

Artridge (Pegg) 146 

Artridge Bosley (Pegg) 144 

Bovd Francis ...- 146. 200 

Charles Hamilton .146. 199 

Charles Henry 145, 146. 199 

Charlotte - 255 

Christian 255 

Christie Ann 218 

Christie Ann (Simpson) 218 

Clara Jane 145 

David Oar 197 



Edgar Donald- 
Edward 



_146, 199 

„ 155 

Elizabeth Houseman 154 

Elizabeth Oar 197 

Frances Leah 144 

Francis Graham 154 

George 259 

George Plummer 154 

Glenn Clayton 146, 199 

Hanna Ann 1*5 

Hannah 303 

Hazel Malazena 154 

Helen Duff 154 



Irene Beatrice — 

J. B. 

James B. 

James Benton — 
Jean 



.146. 200 

121 

146 

145 

197 



John _ 


80. 197 


John Newton .. 


_ ._. 218 


Julia Adelaide 

Katherine . 


41 

114 


Laura May _ .. 


!!1S 


Le Roy George 

Lewis _ . 


.. . . 152 
... .. .175 


Lewis L - 

Louis 


218 

205 



Lulu May (Bryson) 146. 199 

Malazena Elizabeth 

(Harbison) _ 154 

Margaret Virginia 146, 200 

Martha _ 197 

Martha Robertson 154 

Mary 92. 197, 257 

Mary Edna 218 

Mary Edna' (Williams) 218 

Mary Emma 146, 199 

Mary Louise 145 

Mary Pinkerton^ (Boyd) 154 

Milton Elias 144, 145, 146 

Nellie „ 197 

Nellie (Frew) 197 

Nina 189 

Oliver Perry 218 

Polly 303 

Ruth 218 

Sarah Elizabeth 154 

Thomas William 218 

Verda Ann 305 

Virginia Dare 218 

William _ __190 

William Albert 145 

William Anderson 154 

William R. 218 

William R.. Jr _ __219 

SNIDER 

Jacob 298 

Martha Jane 298 

Mary (Zilar) 298 

SNOW 

Maria _ 74 

(Mrs.) Sarah (Knight) 70 

S.VYDER 

Ada Irene 127 

Benjamin Franklin 127 

Clarence Henry 127 

Donald Edwin 127 

Hannah (Fasnacht) 127 

Herman O 127 

Howard Benjamin 127 

Mabel Hammond 

(Schmucker) 127 

Nicholas 255 

Oliver George _ _ 127 

Robert William 127 

Vernon C 127 

SOMERS 
Simon . 153 

SOMER\aLLE 

Helen 11 

Sir John 11 

SPEAR 
James 46 

SPEER 

Arthur William* 299 

Charles' 298 

Charles Edward* 299 

Charlotte^ 298 

David Crockett' 298 

Edward' __298 

Emma Elizabeth' _298 

George Wilford' 298 

Gladys Fay* 299 

Grace Alice' 299, 300 

Harold Lawrence* 299 

Henry 39 

Henry' „ 298 

Henry Leigh* 103 

Henry Pearson* . 

... 60. 61. 102. 298, 299 

Ida May (Hagans) 299 

Ina Frances* 300 

James' 298, 299 

John' 60, 298 

John' 298 

John Boyd' _._ 61. 102. 299 

John (Jack) David* _.299 

Margaret Ann- 298 

Mariah Emma' (Boyd) 

_ 61.102.299 

Martha Jane (Snider) 298 

Mary Elizabeth' 298 

Mary Ellen' 298, 299, 300 

Maud Cassandra (Angle)_103 

Milton= 298 

Minnie Maude' 61, 102, 103, 299 

Nancy (Richardson) 298 

Nancy' (Richardson) . 60 



Nancy Jane' 299 

Phoebe Jane' 298 

Rose Margaret' 299 

Ruby Marguerite* _ _ 300 

Samuel F.' 298, 300 

Susan Frances (Pickle) ...300 

Venus Athiel (Jones) 103 

William Gerald' 104 

William Percy' 61, 103. 104. 299 
William Robert^ .._ _ 103 

SPEERS 
The 38 

SPROUL 
William 302 

STACK 
John 194 

STAMETS 

Mr. 267 

STAMPS 

Clarence Britton 129 

STANRIC 

Miss 267 

STANTON 
Bertha Jane 148 

STARK 
Ada May 100 

STARRARD 
Margaret , 45 

STAUFFER 

Burton Foster 189 

James L. 165 

Martin 189 

Martin B. 256 

Sevilla (Zimmerman) 189 

STEADMAN 

Albert 181 

Bernhardt Lee . 181 

Carrie -.-- 181 

Carrie Belle 181 

Grace Edna'" (Hough)- -.181 

Jerry S. (Lowe) _ _ 181 

Oren Cornelius _ 181 

Richard 181 

STEBBINS 
Richard Samuel 171 

STEELE 
Jane . .-. 72 

ST EMM 
Ruth 257 

STEPHENS 

Lucv 138 

Mary _- 199 

STEPHENSON 
George 22 

STEP HON 
Jessie 100 

STERLING 
Elizabeth 301 

STEVENSON 

Rev. J, H. 24 

Thomas .- 21 

STEWART 

Ale.xander 9, 76 

Anna Sue 77 

Elizabeth _ 76 

Frank Alexander 68. 71. 76, 77 

Grace Julia (Cutting) 68 

Grace Julia' (Cutting) 71, 77 

Harry - 143 

James R. 96 

Katherine Cutting 

67, 68, 71. 77 

Margaret (Mary) _ 10 

Mary (Carr) . 76 

Mary Isabel 77 

Mary Jane' (Harris) 71, 77 

Torrens 96 

Col. Walter 33. 34 

William Green 77 

William Marion 71. 76. 77 

STEWBART 
I'hil 22 

STIMMEL 
Verna Mae 205 

ST IN SON 

Amy Madge 91 

Arimind.a Emmeline 

(Minnie) (Johnaton)_ 91 

David 87. 91 

Elizabeth 87 

Elizabeth (McCaulley) - 87. 91 

Elmer David 87, 121 

Ida May ._ 87, 121 

Isabella — — 87 

James 87, 91. 92, 120 

James Raymond 92 

John . 87 

Margaret Ann 87 

Margaret Lavina 

(Johnston) -87, 120 





87 




. . 87 


Melissa Ann 

Sarah Jane 

William 


_.87. 120 
87 
87 


STOFFER 


85« 


STOKLEY 
Polly 


246 


STONE 
Daniel 


256 


Eva Maree 

Fred A. _ 


135 




135 


Hal Kelley . 
llomep 


129 


James „ 


_ 135 


Margaret Gault . . 


135 


Sarah (Hutton) _ 


135 


STONER 

Alice 


144 




84 


STOPKA 

Emma (Zerzan) 

Helen Ludmllla 


191 
191 


Lidumil Valentine 

Olga Marie 

STAUFFER 

Charles Thomas 

STRATTON 

Albert R. 


191 
191 

153 

140 


STRAWBRIDGE 

Thoma.q 


1«? 


STRAWN 
Marl in 


'59 


STRICKLER 

John , , 


256 


John MnnroB 
Mary 


307 


Samuel 


?!K7 


William 


ino 


STRUBLE 

Mr. 


?.48 


STRUMM 
Amanda 


fan 


STUCHLEGAR 
Beatrice Jane 


!!n.=; 


STUMP 

Clarence Elane 


151 


Hallie Christopher 

Jeannette Faye 


151 
151 


,Tohn Howard _ 


1K1 


Laura Elizabeth 

Lillian Gertrude .. 
Mary Ann (Johnston) 


161 

151 

.____161 

151 


Mvrtle Ethel 


161 


-Norma Josephine 

Ruby Lee 

SULLIVAN 


151 
151 

187 


SUNDE 

Agnes Anderson 


194 


Andrew Anderson 
Arthur Andrew — . 


194 

194 


Clifford Anderson 

Flf>rence Anderson 

Melvin Anderson 

Samuel Anderson 

Sophie (Anderson) — 


194 
194 
.... 194 
194 
194 
194 


Thelma Anderson 


194 



SURAGAN 

Mr. 

Jean 



SUTER 

Clarence Frank 

Henry 

SUTOR 

Solomon 

SUTTON 

Dr. 



Betty Gall 

Dora Elizabeth 

Laura May (Abel) 
Leoda Marie 



Murphy Raymond — 
Walter Charles 

SWEEZY 
Evalvn Amanda 

SWOPE 
Nicholas 

SYLER 

Edith (Spahr) 

Josephine Edith 

Oliver Beryl 

Ross 



_ 28 
_ 28 

-149 
_ 63 

.256 

-271 
-198 
-273 
-198 
-198 
-198 
-198 

_ 69 

..^66 



-139 
-139 
.139 
-139 



TAFT 
Floyd Ambrose 



328 



THE BOYD FAMILY 



TAGGART 



•William 


38 


Rev. William 


.286 


TALBOTT 




Mary Isabel 


_120 


TALMADGE 




Rlizaheth 


.. 60 


T,RWiR 


60 


Minerva A. 


_.60 


TANNEHILL 




Bennett Miller 


..179 


TARR 




Comzie 


',',^9 


Rlizaheth 


256 


Frank Collins 


_.229 


(ieorge 


■f>H 


Nora (Moore) 


_229 


TAYLOR 




Lieut. A. Jack 


57 


Ada - . 


'M^ 


Albert B. _ 


166 


Amanda Alice (Hough) 


166 


Blanche Vivian 


166 




■/.T/. 


Rriwarrl 


166 


Rlijah 


?S^ 


Elizabeth 


254 


Rmma .Tpan 


166 


George R 


.166 


Grace Marie 


166 


Harry 


166 


Hazel . 


174 


Hazel Rebecca 


?.m. 


Henry 


166 


.lesse 


2S,S 


.lulianna 


254 


Mabel Gertrude .. 


166 


Naomi Alverta 


166 


Olive Edna (NichoUs). ... 


166 


Philip 


','54 


Robert . .. .. 


?71 


Russell Calvin 


166 


Samuel Strickler .. 


166 


Sidnie' (Markle) 


?71 


William 


14'' 


William Allen ..... 


166 


TEDROW 




William Homer 


2?6 


TEEL 




Elizabeth (Reis) 


-140 


Erma 


140 


Ethel Elizabeth ... . 


140 


Hazel Florence 


140 


Henry 


140 


Verna Cnzette 


140 


Walter Fred 


140 


TENNER 




Catharine 


2R6 


George 


286 


Hannah 


SS6 


TERGUS 




(Fergus) Earl of Galloway 8 


THACKER 




Stephen H 


127 


THAYER 




Helen 


189 


THIBODEAU 




Dr. J A 


',^75 


THOMAS 




Gen 


?91 


Alvan Custer . 


229 


Mary Jane 


185 


THOME 


S 


THOMPSON 




A. L 


243 


Andrew 


26K 


Rlflnrhe 


<)94 


Christine 


?13 




?n 


Elsie May (Williams). 


213 


Gasper .. . . 


26S 


Hansine 


213 


J. V 245 


246 


Jennie Wade 


24R 


.Tohn 


213 




?13 


John Martin . .212 


213 


John T. 


170 


Leah' (Markle) . . 


-268 


Martine 


213 




268 


Mary Jane 


213 


William 


268 


THORBURN 




Catherine 


135 


TILBROOK 




Thomas 


108 


Thomas Foster 


no 


TILLEY 




Ralph William .. 


-137 


TINSTMAN 




A. O. 


273 



Cyrus Painter Markle 270. 273 

Harriet Cornelia" (Markle) 273 

Harriet Cornelia Markle..... 270 
TIPTON 

Emaly 131 

TOMKINS 

Mary 255 

TOMLINSON 

Nathan - 254 

TOMPKINS 

Robert. Jr 255 

TONNER 





IBfi 


TOWNSEND 




William Edward .. 


138 


TRAINER 




John Hagan 


114 


TRELBAVEN 




Frederick .- 


.131 


TREMBATH 




Kate . .. . 


"6 


TREVASKIS 




Dr. Albert R. 


273 


TREW 




Rartns 


156 


TROUP 




Alice Dale' (Williams) 


216 


Rpa trine 


?15 


Ethel Catherine* 




( William.sl 


215 


Ethel Kathleen 


215 




215 


Henrietta (Brown) 215 


216 


Je.'isie May ... 


215 


John Bert .. 215 


216 


John Rimer 


216 


June Beatrice _... 


216 


Maxine Dale 


216 


Meredith Aileen 


215 


Millard 215 


216 


Millard Emerson 


216 


Thomas Brown 


215 


Thomas Jewel 


.215 



.160 



..222 
.. 58 



TROUT 

Henry Isaac 

TUCKER 

Clyde 

TULLIBARDINE 

Marquis of 

TULLY' 

Bertha 

TURNER 

Lawson 

U 

ULERY 

George Washington ._ _. 212 

UNDERWOOD 

Elizabeth 304 

Frederick Perry 217 

Jean Ellen 217 

Nancy Elizabeth 217 

I'auline Lavina* 

(Williams) 217 

Thomas Albert 217 

Thomas Allan 217 

UNGER 
Theresa 133 

URIE 
Wilma 126 



VAIL 

Anizi 

VAN CAMP 

Henrietta . 
VANDYKE 

William 

VANKIRK 

Alice 



.146 
-. 97 



-.272 
-.224 



VAN OSTERN 

Miss 118 

VELLENOWETH 

George 226 

Mary Trevenen (Howe) 226 

May ...._ 226 

Reginald 226 

Richard John 226 

Samuel 2 2 6 

Thomas 226 

Walter Trevenen 226 

William 226 

VERGON 



Fred Clinton _ 
VINEY 

Patton __.. 

VOGEL 

Frank Le Roy 
VOLBERG 



...._.1S 



33 



227 

Blanche Evelyn 121 

VOLNEY 
Miss _ 53 



VOSMUS 

Ella (Patterson) 




.200 


Harry Martin 




. 200 


Leonard True .. 




-200 


Mary Mather 




200 


Myrtle Martin 

W 

WADE 
James .. 




200 

256 


WAGNER 
Bet.sy 




2S7 


Elma Romaine . 

Howard I 

Howard Scott .... 


— 


175 

.175 

. .153 


Lucy (Zimmerman) 
Madgelenia .. . . 


- 


175 
. .208 


WAIT 

Floyd Almon . 

Jessie Lorena (Hober) 

Paul Laroy 

Pearl 


138 

138 

138 

138 


Ruby Faye .. 
Ruth Ann . .. 


— 


.138 

138 


WAKEFIELD 
Caroline 




258 


Elizabeth' (Hough) 




258 


John S. 




16S 


Rev. John S 




258 


Martha W. (Boyd) . 
Rev. Samuel 
William 


— 


.258 
.258 
256 


WALES 

Edward. Prince of . 




10 


WALKER 

Charley 




126 


Rachel 




282 


WALKI.XSHAW 
Hugh Robinson ... 
Jeanie Mayer (Walter) 
John Cummins 

Mary (Cummins) . ... 


108, 156 

.- 156 

108, 156 
108 


Mary^ (Boyd) 




108, 156 


Mary Emma 




108, 156 


Robert Boyd 

Valerie 


— 


108, 156 
156 


Walter 




156 


William Hutchinson 
WALLACE 
Charlfl.q 


— 


108 
303 


Grace 




1SS 


Henry D. . . 

Mary 


— 


245 

72 


Rnherfa. 




12.S 






33 


WALTER 




8 


Albert Ulman .. 
Bertha (Ulman) 


e . 


156 
156 
156 


.Ipapip Mayer 


156 






.156 


Raphael 




156 


Valerie Harrisse .... 
WALTERS 

Bert C 




156 
.- 132 


WALTZ 




- „ - 53 






53, 258 


Daniel 

Elizabeth 


_52 
_52 


, 53, 257 

, 53, 257 

53 


Jacob 

Magdalena (Polly) 




_53, 258 
53, 256 






_62, 53 

53 


Polly 








53 


WARD 

Aurel Rebecca* (Williams) 216 

Ressie 216 


(^Iprencp 




.-216 


Earl Charles 

Flm^r Earl 





215, 216 
216 


Elsie Josephine 

Rodger Wesley 

WARFBL 
Aaron Ross' 

Ahram2 





205 

216 

301 
. .-301 


Adam' 




301 


Alvin Bovd' 


55 


, 94, 302 

92, 302 

301 

141 


Amanda Elizabeth' .. 

Benjamin^ 

Rirdip May 


.55 


Charles 

Charles' ..65, 

Daniel Isaac 
Donald Hough _ 
Dorothy Gray 


.37 
92, 


, 38, 64 
301, 302 

141 

141 
141 


Ethel 




141 
301 


George' 




_55, 301 



George' 

George Martin* . 

Harriet' 

Harriet* 



-30 
_3C 



Harriet Lavina* 

Harry 

Hester (Haey) 

Hettie 

John* 



301, 3C 

3C 

_55, 93, 3C 
-14 
.3C 
-14 
-3C 
-14 



John Ivar 

Joseph Eugene 

Malinda Louise* - . 
Malinda (Linda) Louise* 



-.14 
-93, 30 



-3C 



Margaret' 

Margaret Genevieve" 

(Hough) _ 14 

Margaret Thelma 14 

Maria Adaline' 55, 94, 30 

Maria Caroline' 30 

Mariah 

Martha Ellen* 55, 93, 30 

Mary (Rowe) S 

Mary* 30 

Mary Edna (Groves) 14 

Mary Jane S 

Mary Jane' 55, 93, 30 

Mary Maria (Boyd) .-_ ._ 6i 

Mary Maria' (Boyd) 55, 92, 30 

Mary Polly' 30 

Nancy* 30 

Robert William 14 

Samuel' 30 

Sarah (Welsch) 30 

Sarah Elizabeth* 30 

Susanna' 30 

Walter Christie 14 

William* 30 

WARNER 

(Varner) Elizabeth 25' 

Hazel Irene 20! 



Cvnthia' 
WARREN 

General Fitz Henry* 

Hiram 

James 

John 



Joh-n» 

John' 

John' 

John* 

John' 

John" 

Jonathan 

Gen. Joseph 

General Joseph* 

Rev. Silas* 

Richard 

WATKINS 

Mr. 



_70, 7: 

71 

8-1 

8- 
71 
7i 
71 
71 
7f 
71 
7! 
7( 
7( 
„-_ 7f 
_ 7! 
__ 7( 



-78. 



Elmer 

WATSON 

Jean 

Rev. John 

WAUGAMAN 

Harry O. 

WAYLAND 

Amanda Malvlna 

Herbert A. 



30t 

.i3i; 



-ISC 



Marv Catherine (Crank) 

Mary Polk 

Nannie Betty 

Nora Gaines __ 

Texanna O. 

William 

William Henry 

WAY'LANDS 

The 

WEAVER 

Clara M. 

David 

John 

Mabel 

WEBER 

Mary 

Mary Catherine 

WEBER 

Michael Joseph 

WEBB 

Lee E. 

WEDDELL 

George 

Harriet 

WEINSTINH 
Oscar Elmer 

WEIST 

Carrie 

Henry 

WELDAY 

Abraham' 

Alexander" . 



- Bf 

- BJ, 
_ Bf 
_ Bf 
_ B' 
_ Sf 
_ Bf 
_ Bf 
_ Bf 

_3f, 

-26£ 
.2BE 
-17S, 
_14EJ 



-23S 

-23r| 



-233 ; 
- 63 



-112 
214 



_201- 



..1821 
..100, 



-303 : 
-303 



NAME INDEX 



329 



Alexander Smith^ 

56, 98, 130, 304, ,-i05 

Anna Virginia* .134,305 

Baxter' 56, 94, 304 

Charles Deter* _ 305 

I'harles Stanley' -_ —131 

I 'i >va. McMaster' _ 95 

Pavid' __ 56, 95 304 

I 'avid Howard .303 

1 'avid Howard^ 56, 98, 99 

liavid Howard* — 305 

: David Smith' _. 56. 98, 304 

Eliza (McMaster) _ 95 

Elizabeth 37 

Elizabeth (Wright) 130 

Elizabeth' _.303 

Elizabeth" (Boyd) ... 56. 94, 304 
Elizabeth Smith" .... 56, 98, 304 

Elsie Lorena= 130 

Georse' - 303 

Hannah (Smith) 56,98,99,303 

Hannah Adeline* 305 

Hannah Malinda* ... 98, 132. 305 

Hannah Mary' 56.95,304 

Hannah Smith' ... 56, 98, 99, 304 

Henry= _ 303 

Henr.y Alexander* _ 305 

Henry Smith' 56, 98, 303 

Isaac= 303 

Isaac' 303 

Jacob= 303 

Jacob Smith' 56, 98, 303 

' Jessie Matilda* 305 

John' 303 

J('hn= . _ _ _.. 303 

John Albert' 98, 130, 305 

John Ellis' 305 

John Oliver^ 95 

John Smith' 

... 55, 56. 94. 98. 303. 304 

Joseph Bactel* _305 

Joseph Smith' 56. 98. 304 

_ Kate= -.303 

Katie' -.303 

Kizzie' 303 

Laura Malinda' 56, 97, 304 

Madison' 56, 94, 304 

Margaret Bethia 

(Ferguson) _... 98. 130. 305 

Martha Ann' 56, 94. 304 

Martha Lizzie' 98, 131, 305 

Mary' _ -.303 

Mary Alena' 98, 131, 305 

Mary Eleanor" _ 305 

Mary Elizabeth (Deter) 305 

Mary Florence' 305 

Mary Smith' 56, 98, 304 

Nancy' 303 

Nancy Elizabeth* ...56. 96. 304 

Nancy Smith' 56. 98. 304 

Nannabelle" 305 

Oliyer Smith' 56, 98. 304 

Peggy= 303 

Polly (Smith) 303 

Polly' 303 

Roy Archibald' -305 

Samuel' _ 303 

Samuel Ferguson* ....98, 132, 305 

Samuel Howard' 305 

Samuel Oliver* .._ _.. .305, 306 

Samuel Smith' 

56. 98. 304, 305 

Sarah Belle (Peoples) _ 305 

Tina= _. - -303 

William Boyd* ...56,94,95,304 
William Smith' 56, 98, 304 

WELSCH 

Sarah . — 301 

WELSH 

Nelson Porter 199 

WELTERLEN 
Gladyce 63 

WELTY 

Mary Kilgore _ 153 

■WEST 

Agnes Stella 190 

Anthony Winfleld 190 

Benjamin Franklin 190 

Edith Pearl 190 

Elizabeth 254,255 

Herman Theodore 190 

Isaac Newton 190 

James Earl 191 

Lawrence Alexander 190 

Margaret Emma 191 

Ora Amelia — 190 

Raymond Edward 191 

Russell Wilson 190 

Sarah Emeline (Rhodes) —190 
• William Valentine 129 



WETTACH 

Carl Gottlieb _ _ 145 

Eleanor Hunter (Bryson) .. 145 

Helen Eleanor _ 145 

John Baldinger _ 145 

John Baldinger, Jr 146 

Mollie Katherine 

(Baldinger) 145 

Robert Bryson 146 

Sarah Voegtly 145 

William Carl 145 

WEUKTZ 

(Wurtz) Jemima _ 266 

WEYMOUTH 

Frank Edgar 300 

George Edgar -- 300 

George Hichborn 300 

Grace Alice' (Speer) 300 

Inez Alice _ — 300 

Mary Elizabeth 300 

Sarah (Day) _. 300 

Walter David _ 300 

WHEATLEY 

Susan Davene 161 

WHIPPLE 

Dr. N. L 58 

WHIPPLES 

The — 38 

WHITE 

Annie _ .- 50 

Edith .- — 189 

Fred 189 

Helen Grace (Johnston) ._ 190 

John Daniel 189 

Lester _ 189 

Marjorie Florabel _ 190 

Nellie 189 

Richie - 189 

Sarah Harriet (Renner) ...189 
Vernice Ellsworth 189, 190 

VVHITEFIELD 
Miss 134 

WHITESBLL 

Catherine' (Markle) _ 267 

Jacob 266, 267 



Dr. Joseph (Joe) ... 

waBLE 

Charles Moore 

Harriet B. 

Margaret (Byerly) 

Margaret Viola 

Richard Allan 

Roberta Moore 

Thomas E — 

Thomas E.. Jr _ 

Walter Simon __ 

WIECH 

Elmer 

WIKIDAL 

Clara Antoinette ... 

WILCOXAN 

Lewis - 

WILHELM 

Sue 

WILLER 
Frank - 

WILLIAMS 
Alfred 



267 



_119 
.118 
.118 
.119 
_119 
.119 
.118 



119 

119 



185 

125 

301 

119 



271 

-.167 



Alice Barbara (Rhodes) 

167, 214 

Alice Dale* 167, 215, 216 

Alice Olive" 308 

Annie Jlay* 169, 221 

Arthur Bryan' 168, 220 

Aurel Rebecca* 167, 215 

Bar Allen= 110, 259, 307 

Berneda Lucille 187 

Bessie May 187 

Betty Lee (Blake) 221 

Boyd Emerson' 111, 169, 307 

Boyd Franklyn" _ 217 

Catherine Elizabeth 

(Rhodes) 308 

Charley John' 168. 217, 263 

Charlotte Anne= . ._ 110, 259, 307 
Clarence Weimer' 111, 169, 307 

Colleen _ 187 

Curtis Albert 187 

Daisy Pearl' 167, 212 

Dan — 167 

Daniel Franklin' 

110, 111, 166, 250 

Dave 166 

David Bennett' 308 

David Clarence' 169. 225 

David Clarence'. Jr.. _.. 225 

David Hough' 110, 259, 307, 308 
David Hunter' 

111,168,169,221,307 
Daniel Fiscus' _-169, 221 



Daniel Franklin' 259,263,307 

Edith Mae (Long) 221 

Eldean Chester" 221 

lOlizabclh' 110, 307 

Elizabeth Belle' 168, 219 

Elizabeth Delnora" 

(Hough) 168,217,263 

Elizabeth Mary' 259, 307 

Elmer Sylvester' 

111. 167.214.307 

Elsie May' 167. 212 

Emma Gean' .. 220 

Emma Jane (Wilson) 308 

Emerson Boyd' _ 167,214 

Ethel Catherine' 167. 215 

Fern Mabel .. 187 

Florence Elsie' 169. 225 

Francis Gaut* 109. 250 

Francis M. 114 

Freda Luella (.\edrow) 217 

Gertrude Edna' 168, 218, 263 

CJeorge Elmer' 215 

Golda 187 

Orayce Edna . 214 

Harry Edwin' Ill, 169, 307 

Harry George' 308 

Ina -- 213 

Jacob _ 167 

Jacob Omar' 

110, 259, 30J, 308 

Jacob Omar* 169. 225 

James Leonard 187 

John Allen' 

111, 166, 167, 212, 307 

John Ulysses' 167, 308 

Joseph Scott' .. 261, 308 

Josie May' _ 308 

Julia Elizabeth (Fulkerson) 187 

June Iris' _ 221 

Katherine - - 167 

Laura Belle' 169, 222 

Lawrence Earl' 221 

Leland Russell' 221 

Lewis Emerstm' ... 215 

Lewis Sutton' 

111. 169, 249, 250, 307 

Margaret — . 23 

Margaret (Wise) .166 

Margaret" (Hough) 308 

Margaret Cooper (Dennick) 

..- 169, 221 

Margaret Esther' (Hough) 

110, 111, 259, 307 

Margaret Viola' 169, 223 

Margaret Wise 166 

Margaret Wise (Williams) 

167, 212 

Mary _ — 174 

Marv Catherine' _H0, 259, 307 

Mary Catherine' 308 

Marv Edith' 167, 214 

Marv Edna' 111, 169, 307 

Marv Edna' 168, 218 

Mary Kebecca* 167. 213 

Mell Jacob' 308 

Minnie m 

Nancy Kilgore' (Gaut) 169, 250 
Natalie Elizabeth' (Hoover) 

187 

Nora Arizona (Scott) ._168, 218 

Olive Jane' 308 

Ora May (King) — 220 

Orpha Eugenia- __. 308 

Owen Edgar — 21o 

Pauline Lavina' ...168, 217, 263 

Pearl Lydia' _.168, 219 

Pollv Ann (Rhodes) — 308 

Polly Catherine' 169, 223 

Rebecca Irene' .._ 169, 224 

Rebecca Jane (Nicholls) 

_ Ill, 166, 250. 263. 307 

Reva Irene — — 187 

Romain' - 308 

Sarah Emma (Albright) ...214 

Sarah Jane' 110.259.307 

Stephlne Agnes (Fetchen) 225 

Susan _ ~ 267 

Thomas Alvln' 111. 168. 218. 307 

Thomas Henry* 169, 223 

Thomas Jacob' 110, 111, 259, 307 

Thomas Ross 187 

Virgil 187 

Virgil Miller 187 

William 167 

William Franklin' 

111, 167,217, 262, 263, 307 

William W.* 169. 225 

VVinnet 174. 222 

Winnett Mary' 308 



WILLIAMSON 

J. N 43 

WILLIS 

Uev 25 

Anna Kathryn 169 

Anna Marin Beatrice ..._... 159 

Dorothy Louise _-. 159 

John Edward 159 

Jane Estelle 169 

Lulu Jane 159 

Mark 159 

Nellie Belle (Brawdy) 159 

I ercy 262 

Percy Mark _....159 

Iri.scilla (Kates) -159 

Ruth Eliziibeth 159 

Thomas Edgar 159 

William Henry 159 

Willi;im Morrison 159 

W1LLS(JN 

William 84 

WILSON 

Mr 31. 166 

Adeline 167 

Albert B. 180 

Alice 148 

Belle 299 

Cyrus Vincent 97 

Cyrus Welday 97 

Emma 167 

Emma Jane „ 308 

Florellft 180 

Golden Jane (McGuIre) ... 308 

Harriet Sisson 180 

Henry Mi-Elroy 179 

Joseph Harper 97, 98 

Jo.sephine ... 308 

Laura Malinda* (Welday) 97 

Lena Jeanette 97 

Lillian Dora 97 

Margaret (Harper) 97 

Margaret Elizabeth 97 

Margaret Themiir Eleanor 97 
Marv Jane (McElroy) .. ISO 

May _ 180 

Samuel 97.284 

Sar.ih . __.. 81 

Seldi'n L 180 

Thimiiis Roy 100 

Vienna Marv . , 97 
William John . 308 

William W .- 39 

WI.NDER 

Eliz.ibcth 280 

WTNELAND 

(^•rus 148 

W I.N' EM AN 

Sadie __236 

WINGERT 

Ira Wesley 153 

WI.N'KLER 

Edith Edna 126 

WINN 

.'^ar.'ih Ann ._ 267 

WINSLOW 

Dr. Charles Edward 43 

Louise Massa (Tracy) 4.'! 

Mercelin Anna 41, 42, 4S 

Waldn 43 

WINTERS 

Ross 303 

WIRT 
George Washington .__ 69 

WISSER 

Hazel . 230 

WITHERSPOON 
.Agnes 142 

WOLF 

Garnet Ophelia 221 

Marion Carlton .._ 158 

WOLTER 

Palmer Charles 218 

WOODS 

Sarah S6 

Susii^ 160 

William 304 

WOODWARD 
James P. 129 

WOOLSLAYER 

Charles Ingram 188 

Edgar Dodd 188, 189 

Homer Joseph 188 

James Homer 189 

Joseph Isaac 188 

Patsy Ann 189 

Ruth Margaret 

(McAnaney) 189 

WORK 
Lida 271 

WRAY 

Miss 248 

Mary 248 



330 



THE BOYD FAMILY 



Mary Jane 
WRIGHT 
Mrs. 



Adda Virginia 

Alfred Thompson 
Elizabeth 



_248 

_ 79 
_130 
_130 
-130 



Elizabeth (Cunningham) 130 

Rev. F. G. 25 

Helen Edith 188 

Howard Ross 130 



Isabelle Josephine 

John Albert 

John Alexandria 



-130 
-188 
-130 

Lillian Ruth (Stauffer) 188 

Mars- Letticia 130 

Richard 130 

Traverse Rivers 171 

W illiam Arthur 187 

WTATT 

H. C. . 40 

WYERMAN 
Nicholas 



28 



WYGLE 
Catherine 
William ._ 

WYNN 
Mr. 



-256 
_256 



76 



YINGLING 
Raymond Ignatius 

YOUNG 

Anna Mary 

Augusta Ellen 

Charlotte 

Doris 



George Washington 

Georgia Pearl 

Harriet (Nash) 

Lelia Geneva 

Louis Marion 

Mina Estelle 

Orral Josephine 

Rose 



..122 

-118 
-121 
-121 
-121 
-121 
-121 
-121 
-121 
-121 
-121 
-137 
-121 



Victor Hugh „ 
YOUNGST 
Elmer Ernest 



-121 
..217 



ZAHURAK 

Elizabeth Lucille 
(Chambal) 

George 

Stanley Ford 
ZEH 

Charles 



-233 
-233 
-233 



ZIMMERMAN 

Ada Novela 

Catharine 

(Charlie Baker 

Edward Joseph 

Elizabeth Katharine 

Elsie Mabel 

Ephriam 

George Henry 

Harry H. 



_293 

_-153 
_153 
_153 
—153 
_153 
_-153 
_153 
_153 
—139 



Henry Reamer 
Jane Kilgore _ 

John Isaac 

Levi 

Lucy 



Lucy Hannah 
Marion Lewis 
Melvin Arron 
Minerva Anne 

Samuel 

ZOLLARS 
Buena Vista 



— 153 

163 

153 

35 

153 

153 

-153 
-U3 



-U3 



Charles Monford 

David Remmington 
Henry Miller 



-139 



-1J9 



-1J9 
-1J9 

Jennie Victoria (Roberts) 139 

John Roscoe 1J9 

Nannie Evelyn 1J9 

ZUMBRO 
John 214 

ZUNDLE 
Henry 1S4 



* 



n..