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Genealogical papers, ca. 1623-1962

Boyd, Edna Lewis (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983
on 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm made of mss. collection of Edna Lewis Boyd (ca. 2500 units, some typewritten : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.) donated by the heirs: Mrs. Lenna H. Burgess and Mrs. A. W. Fraps; Indianapolis, Indiana.

Includes Burleson, Eason, Fraps, Gage, Lewis, McIlray, McLure, Roberts, Self, Shattinger, Shipman, Sterrett, Thompson, Yount/ Yound and related families.

Experience Mitchell (d. 1689) arrived in Plymouth, Mass. in 1623. One son, John, married three times: 1st. Mary Bonnie Mitchell in 1675, and they had one son. She died in 1677. In 1679, he married Mary Lathrop, but she died in 1680. He later married Mary Marcy Prior and they had at least seven children. Descendants scattered into the South before migrating westward.

Edna Lewis was married in 1902 to David Hugh Boyd (1877-1929). He was the son of John Boyd (1855-1937) and Jane Mc Ilrath (d. 1937), who immigrated from County Antrim, Ireland. Both died in Wichita, Kansas. Edna died prior to 1983, when the materials were donated to the Genealogical Society.

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