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8th Baron KILMARNOCK, CHIEF OF BOYD
THE 8TH BARON KILMARNOCK, of Kilmarnock, Co Ayr and Chief of the Name
and Arms of Boyd (Robin Jordan Boyd), born 6 June 1941; succeeded his
brother 2009, educated Eton, Strasbourg U, Keble College Oxford (MA
1974) and St Thomas's Hosp London; Page to Deputy Lord High Constable
Scotland Coronation 1953; MB, BS, LRCP 1970, MRCS, DCH 1973, AFOM, Page
to Lord High Constable of Scotland at Coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth
II, married first 1977 (divorce 1986), Ruth Christine, daughter of late
Michael Lamont-Fisher; 2ndly, 2000, Hilary Vivien, daughter of Peter
Cox, and has issue,
1a Hon SIMON JOHN, born 29 Oct 1978, Aldenham, and Middlesex Univ
(BA): 2004, married 2004 Valeria Beatriz, daughter of Jorge Matzkin, of
Santa Rosa, La Pampa, Argentina, and has issue,
1b Florence Emilia, born 2005.
2b Lucian Michael, born 13 June 2007.
2a Hon Mark Julian, born 1981, Aldenham, and Leeds Univ (BA).
William Bortrick, Executive and Royal Editor, 13 Castle Street,
Buckingham, MK18 1BP, United Kingdom.
E-mail: royal(a)burkes-peerage.net Website:
This Thomas Boyd is likely a granson of the brothers William and Thomas Boyd
who settled in the Manor of the Marsh area in the 1730/40s. A couple of
close DNA matches have led me to this area and these two Boyds. William had
a son named Moses who had a son named Andrew Boyd. Information on this
Andrew is very sketchy and I have not found anything significant. Thomas
also had a son named Andrew. I have traced this one to Baltimore, Md. He
died there around 1800. Harry Boyde
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To: <BOYD(a)rootsweb.com>; <clanboyd(a)rootsweb.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 12, 2011 3:58 AM
Subject: [CLANBOYD] Thomas Boyd of York, PA born 1761
> Do we have this Thomas Boyd in the books??
> State of Missouri Calloway County: SS
> On this 20th day of August in the year 1833 personally appeared in open
> court before the
> County Court of Calloway County now sitting, Thomas Boyd Senior a
> of said County of
> Calloway in the State of Missouri aforesaid, aged seventy-two years and
> upwards who being first
> duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following statement
> in order to obtain the
> benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th 1832 –
> I was born on the 10th of March in the year 1761 in York County
> Pennsylvania according
> to the uniform statements of my Father and to the registry of my age
> I have seen in my
> Father's Bible – what has become of that Bible I cannot tell, but suppose
> it to be in possession of
> someone of my family in North Carolina, to which State I removed along
> with my Father and
> family when I was about eight years of age – My Father then settled with
> his family in what was
> then called Berk [sic, Burke] County close to the line of Rowan County –
> remained there with
> my Father and mother until I was about 15 years old
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Do we have this Thomas Boyd in the books??
State of Missouri Calloway County: SS
On this 20th day of August in the year 1833 personally appeared in open
court before the
County Court of Calloway County now sitting, Thomas Boyd Senior a resident
of said County of
Calloway in the State of Missouri aforesaid, aged seventy-two years and
upwards who being first
duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following statement
in order to obtain the
benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th 1832 –
I was born on the 10th of March in the year 1761 in York County
to the uniform statements of my Father and to the registry of my age which
I have seen in my
Father's Bible – what has become of that Bible I cannot tell, but suppose
it to be in possession of
someone of my family in North Carolina, to which State I removed along
with my Father and
family when I was about eight years of age – My Father then settled with
his family in what was
then called Berk [sic, Burke] County close to the line of Rowan County – I
remained there with
my Father and mother until I was about 15 years old
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