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BOYD

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Re: [BOYD] Bible records friom son of John Franklin Boyd
by Colin Brooks
3 years, 6 months
What is known of Captain Adam Boyd of Ireland?
by Mike Boyd
3 years, 6 months
The Third generation of Bishop Andrew Boyd’s family – the family of his eldest son Thomas Boyd and his wife Helen Hay.
by Mike Boyd
3 years, 6 months
The known Children of Bishop Andrew Boyd and Elizabeth Cunningham
by Mike Boyd
3 years, 6 months
Working on New Hampshire Boyd families in 2016-17
by Mike Boyd
3 years, 6 months
Possible parents of Hugh Boyd , who married Sarah Ward, of Shotting Creek, Patrick County, Virginia
by Mike Boyd
3 years, 6 months
Mike Boyd's visit to Loon POountain, NH, concord, NH and Boston, MA
by Mike Boyd
3 years, 6 months
George and Isabella Boyd SAID to have come form Ballymoney, County Antrim
by Mike Boyd
3 years, 6 months
Boyds that died in Victoria 1854-1880
by eccles
3 years, 6 months
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    Boyd. A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the Boyd surname and variations in any place and at any time. The oldest Boyd discussion list online. Rootsweb archives of this list begin 12 July 1997. The discussion began in the early 1990s and some of the older messages will be found posted to this archive.

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    A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the Boyd surname and variations in any place and at any time. The oldest Boyd discussion list online. Rootsweb archives of this list begin 12 July 1997. The discussion began in the early 1990s and some of the older messages will be found posted to this archive. The LIst was created by the House of Boyd Society -- a Scottish Clan Organization. From time to time there will be announcements and information posted in regard to it.