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The Ring of Boyds was created for those researching the "BOYD" surname and all the variant spellings of the surname Boyd; Boyde, Boid, Boydt, Boyt, etc; and including Boyd genealogy and history.
 

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   Irland US Ontario Boyds Preview 1 review(s) — Go
For descendants and anyone researching Boyds from County Armagh, Northern Ireland, who migrated to Ontario, Canada about 1820-1825, with a possible stay in the United States. Irish Boyds were David, Robert, James, and possibly John, Joseph, and Samuel (born 1794 to 1805). Descendants settled in Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia, and Michigan. The Michigan B
   Family History Hunt Preview Go
Searching for ancestors of Boyd and Lunham ... including non- Boyds
   Boyds of New England, NY, OH, IN, CT & Points West Preview Go
Follows the descendants of John Boyd who married Margaret (Ginny) Long 11 April 1731 in Suffolk, Boston, Massachusetts. Their descendants spread throughout New England and New York, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa, and most other states. If you are a part of this line please contact me: RichBoyd "at" speednetLLC.com


   MichaelBoyd.US Preview Go
A site to archive information for, by, and about the descendants of Samuel Boyd and Susannah Ashley, of Camden County, Georgia. Related families include Broskie, Jernigan, Laische, McElvy, and Neeld.
   My Boyd Family History Preview Go
A history of a Boyd family from Norway as written by my grandmother.
   The Gray-Gordon Family of the Bann Valley Preview Go
This website shows how the author searched for the origin of his unusual Christian name until he found that it had come from his great great grandmother, Mary Boyd of Macosquin, Co Londonderry, Northern Ireland, and how in the process, he discovered that he might be related to an important character in the history of Scotch Irish migration from Ulster to America - the Reverend William
   Ancestors of Virginia Kimes Pierce Preview Go
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