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Re: Boyce-Boys/Flewwellings
Posted by: Karen Boyce-Boland Date: July 31, 2001 at 09:42:09
In Reply to: Boyce-Boys/Flewwellings by Thomas A. Murray of 272

Thanks so much Thomas! I'll look into it and see what I find, however, I believe that the Wellington Co., Boyce's were those of the Benjamin Boyce lot who came up through the Kingston route. These were a distant line of my Boyce's, paralelling the generations, and were also connected to the English emigrant Joseph Boyce who came to the states circa 1640. All three Boyce lines merged and separated on occasion which led to some very interesting snarls - especially when two lines faithfully used the Dutch naming system, and then when they married into the English line, they began to use it as well!!! But as I said, thanks so much for keeping me in mind, and I'll look into it and let you know what I find.
Happy Hunting,
Karen


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