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Found the below while searching on Antrim Rootsweb list. Are their any living descendants of the below of the Boyd email lists? None of these guys were "poor", so what happened to the families. We need to find the LIVING Boyd's in Ireland to get DNA and family history matching completed. I wonder if these folks are still on the family property?
The 1718 Project
Quakertown, PA USA
"Per genealogy library reference book, the following individuals owned one or more acres of land in Co. Antrim, Ireland, the latter part of the 1870s. Note, an unusual first or middle name may be the surname of a related family. Some people owned property in Co. Antrim but lived elsewhere. Many more Irish owned less than one acre, or none at all, and their names would not appear on this list. For your information, the land survey above was completed in 1876 and first published in a London book in that year." No given book name by author of email posting on ANTRIM Rootsweb list. I searched the site with "Boyd" + "Coleraine" and found the above. No clue what the source is from the author.
40. Benjamin Boyd, address Priestland, Bushmills, owned 24 acres.
41. David Boyd, address Greenvale, owned 153 acres.
42. Sir Harley Hugh Boyd, bart, address The Mansion, Ballycastle, owned 5,304 acres.
43. James Boyd, address Ballylesson, Ballymena, owned 30 acres.
44. James Boyd, address Ballynafoy, owned 4 acres.
45. James Boyd, address Rathmore, Dunadry, owned 12 acres.
46. Jane C. Boyd, address Ballycastle, owned 1,249 acres.
47. John Boyd, address Annahilt, owned 4 acres.
48. John Boyd, address Knockans, owned 30 acres.
49. John Boyd, address Newbuildings, owned 71 acres.
50. John Boyd, address Rathmore, Dunadry, owned 30 acres.
51. John R. Boyd, same address, owned 12 acres.
52. Nathaniel Boyd, address Fleetwood-street, Belfast, owned 73 acres.
53. Richard D. Boyd, address Cloghfern, owned 52 acres.
54. Robert Boyd, address Corntall, Carmoney, owned 85 acres.
55. Robert Boyd, address Knockans, owned 134 acres.
56. Robert Boyd, address Priestland, Bushmills, owned 10 acres.
57. Samuel Boyd, address Rathmore, Dunadry, owned 17 acres.
58. Samuel Boyd, address Dunadry, owned 23 acres.
59. Sarah Boyd, address Ballyclare, owned 7 acres.
60. Stewart Boyd, address Ballylesson, Ballymena, owned 21 acres.
61. Thomas Boyd, address Ballyeaston, Ballyclare,
owned 103 acres.
62. Rev. William G. Boyd, address Ballylig, Ballycastle, owned 228 acres.
Does anyone connect to this Thomas/Margaret Boyd?
Hello Richard, I found you via Rootsweb.com and I looked at some at the
Boyd website. Very Nice! I am from Monroe County WV and there is a
cemetery there that is all but lost. I have decided to work on it as a
project, which is turning out to be a huge effort! There are Boyds
buried in this Cemetery (The Old Lebanon Cemetery). It dates back to
1803, which is 10 years older than the Old Rehobeth Cem.(on the
historical restistry). I am curious if you have studied the Boyds of
Monroe at all. The oldest known Boyd in Lebanon is a Thomas b. abt 1790
and was buried in 1878. His wife was a Margaret. This cemetery is of
great historical interest to the County's formation and I am trying to
piece the lives of those people together for possibly a small book. I
appreciate you reading my ramblings and look forward to hearing from
you. I will study your website further! Thanks
Tracie Shrader Nevels
Copied from the Antrim list. Lost of BOYD's and a specific Australia link
In a message dated 1/25/2009 7:07:11 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
Above is a link to the Braid - Mid-Antrim Museum. They now have a
searchable index of 28 of 42 graveyards in the Borough of Ballymena Co. Antrim.
Please note that I know from personal experience that there are
some errors in the transcriptions.
They are working on the digitization of the rest of the cemeteries.
I am slowly adding my Clough transcriptions and pictures to findagrave.com.
So eventually their transcription can be compared to the pictures and my
transcriptions. It is a slow process.
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Does everyone know that I have a lot of Boyd surname census data on my
free web site?
To check it out - go to my site: http://clanboyd.info
When it loads go down left side of screen until you see a link to "States"
Click on State and go down page until you see your state.
Click on your state and when you get there click on the census you want
Also in your state you will find a link to "Civil War" for soldiers who
fought in the War
Between the States; both sides, Confederate and Union.
Richard G. Boyd
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