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Mason/Boyd - Bedford Co., VA
Virginia Probate Records
Will of John Mason
Date: Oct 12, 1760
Location: No. Fork Of Otter River, Bedford Co., VA
Prove Date: Aug 18, 1761
John Mason's will, farmer - To son, John, 270 acres on Mason's Creek; to
son, James, 150 acres on Back Creek; to son, William, 250 acres on
Grassy Hill Branch; to youngest son, Joseph, 135 acres where testator
lives; to mother, Leah; to daughter, Jan. Executor: William Boyd
Source: "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia,
1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley.
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Karen from Ohio, USA
Hello Group Members,
Does anyone have this Boyd family in their files?
I have been searching for Burton Boyd's parents and thought perhaps someone
in this group might know him.
1870 Conway Co, AR
BOYD, Burton, 45, M, W, TN
-----Caroline, 36, F, W, AL
-----James, 16, M, W, AR
-----Sarah, 14, F, W, AR
-----Thomas, 11, M, W, AR
-----William, 9, M, W, AR
-----Robert, 6, M, W, AR
-----Mary, 4, F, W, AR
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