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I am looking for Thomas who lived in the WAVERLEY area with his sister Marion WATSON for some years, in 1958 Thomas was living at 103 Karne Street, PUNCHBOWL with his niece Joan ARMOUR nee WATSON; supposedly living with the ARMOURs in PETERSHAM at the time of his death in March or May 1962, the ARMOURs still appear on electoral rolls at PUNCHBOWL to 1980. These areas are in Australia
Thomas apparently worked for a brother in law Frank RICHARDSON at some time. I have his christening date on 15/06/1881 in St Anns Church, Newcastle upon Tyne but not his burial or marriage dates and venues. His parents are William Teasdsle Boyd & Isabella Boyd (nee Hedley)
William Hedley Boyd. b. 05/10/1870, bap. 06/11/1870 All Saints Church, Newcastle upon Tyne. d. 24/07/1954, bur 28/07/1954 Byker & Heaton Cemetery, Newcastle upon Tyne
John George Boyd. C. 1872 Newcastle upon Tyne
Isabella Hedley Boyd b. 1875. bap 21/12/1875 St Anns Church, Newcastle upon Tyne m = Wilson Richardson 26/12/1899 St Michaels Church, Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne d. 07/1945, bur 05/07/1945 Eastern Suburbs Cemetery, Waverley, Sydney, New South Wales Australia
Jane (Janet) Boyd b. 25/01/1879, bap 19/02/1879 St Anns Church, Newcastle upon Tyne m= Lawrence Mines 10/1910 Yorkshire, d. 09/1969 Eskbank, Clayton Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, bur 19/09/1969 Byker & Heaton Cemetery, Necastle upon Tyne
Eleanor Boyd b. 06/02/1885, Newcastle upon Tyne, bap 25/02/1885 St Anns Church, Newcastle upon Tyne, d. 16/06/1921 Banks of the River Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne, bur 06/1921 Byker & Heaton Cemetery, Newcastle upon Tyne
Mary Boyd b. Oct qtr 1882, bap 22/11/1882 St Anns Church, Newcastle upon Tyne,
Nicholas Alfred Hedley Boyd, b.31/07/1886, bap, 01/09/1886 St Anns Church, Newcastle upon Tyne, m= Mary Annie Birkett 11/10/1919 St Anns Church, Newcastle upon Tyne d. 19/07/1944 5 Benton Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne, bur. 22/07/1944 Byker & Heaton Cemetery, Newcastle upon Tyne
Marian (Marion) Boyd b. 1892, 01/05/1892 Newcastle upon Tyne, m= Joseph Watson 10/04/1917 St Silas Church, Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne d. Jan Qtr 1951 cremated. 30/01/1951 Eastern Suburbs Crematorium, Waverley, Sydney, New South Wales ,Australia
Hope you found the sept list on my web site:
Key down left side untill you see it. Evidently you haven't searched
through the site.
There is at least 20,000 pages of Boyd that I have gathered over 30
On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 5:56 PM, Mark Boyd wrote:
> I have the following information from somebody that may be connected
> to me through a relative. Can anyone please advise how I can confirm
> if this information relates to my family.
> Here is the main part of what I have, in reverse order.
> Abbreviations are Tan= Tanfield parish records ch/m/B,
> papists = Info from the papist returns (Catholics) in Diocese of
> Durham 1767.
> ...? means I have the reference but not just to hand.
> I will try and put the direct line in CAPITALS.
> WILLIAM BOYD born 1697 (catholic),occupation Tailor, abode Tanfield.
> His first wife Isabel buried 25/8/1761. Tan/B.
> His 2nd wife was Isabel Forster married 26/6/1762 Tan/m.
> She was born in 1709 and was also a catholic. papists
> Williams children were
> Thomas (Boyes) 14/9/1725 Tan/ch
> John (Boyes) 13/11/1726 Tan/ch
> William (Boys) 20/10/1729 Tan/ch
> This William died 25/2/1732 or 33(my bad writing). Tan/B.
> Joseph (Boys) 20/4/1731 Tan/ch.
> William (Boys) (2nd one, to carry the name forward) 31/12/1733 Tan/ch
> Mary (Boys) 29/9/1735 Tan/ch.
> Mary (Boyd) married Thomas Tinkler 2/10/1758 Tan/m.
> They had a daughter Anne Tinkler 24/10/1759 Tan/ch *Note Anne Tinkler
> was a sponsor of christening at pontop (see post by Wolfie).
> GEORGE (BOYSE) 18/11/1739 Tan/ch.
> This birth is backed up by the Papists, which gives him as aged 28 in
> 1767,occupation Tailor.
> GEORGE BOYD's 1st wife was Elizabeth (also catholic) Papists
> Plus 8/11/1771 burial of Elizabeth (Boys) Wife of GEORGE (BOYS) Tan/B.
> Their children were
> John Boyd 15/8/1761 Tan/ch
> William Boyd 8/10/1763 Tan/ch
> These 2 were entered as sons of George Boyd, Birth dates of a
> dissenters child entered at the request of its parents.
> They are also in the papists along with a sister Mary aged 2.
> GEORGE BOYD married his 2nd wife Mary Harrison aka Mary Cowtrip in
> 1778 about a year before their first child George was christened at
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