Family: Boyce, John / Barzee, Mary Ann (F21945)

m. 1841


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Boyce, Benjamin
Male (1775- )
Bartley, Margaret
Female (1777-1860)
 
 
Boyce, Elizabeth
Female (1798-1883)
Boyce, Josiah
Male (1802-1877)
Boyce, Margaret
Female (1803- )
Boyce, Cornelia
Female (1807- )
Boyce, Peter
Male (1805-1890)
Boice, Cornelia
Female (1803- )
Boyce, Nancy Ann
Female (1808- )
Boyce, Martin
Male (1811- )
Boice, Martin
Male (1811- )
Boyce, Hannah
Female (1812- )
Boice, Hannah
Female (1812- )
Boice, Rachel
Female (1814- )
Boyce, Rachel
Female (1814- )
Boyce, Lucinda
Female (1819- )
Boice, Lucinda
Female (1819- )
 
 
Boyce, John
Male (1814-1886)
Barzee, Mary Ann
Female (1819-1902)
Boice, Chester
Male (1842-1842)
Boyce, Martin Calvin
Male (1844-1907)
Boyce, John Jr.
Male (1846-1865)
Boyce, David
Male (1848-1865)
Boyce, Elijah
Male (1860- )

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