Suse H. Boykin1

Female, #47131
Father*Barnard Alexander Boykin1 (25 Sep 1894 - 30 Dec 1936)
Mother*Susie H. (?)1 (c 1895 - )
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited29 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Peachtree Militia District 1362, Fulton Co., GA, ED 167, Page 13A
    Ancestry.com image transcribed by Warren Culpepper
    18 Palisades Road, Home=28,000, Radio=Y, Farm=N
    Bernard Boykin, M, W, 35, md @ 25, MO, GA, GA, Electrical Advertising
    Susie H. Boykin, Wife, F, W, 34, md @ 24, GA, VA, GA
    Suse H. Boykin, Daughter, F, W, 5 6/12, Sng, GA, MO, GA.

Samuel Boykin1

Male, #47132, (1750 - 28 Dec 1791)
Father*William Boykin II1 (b 1710 - c 1784)
Mother*Elizabeth Bryant1 (s 1712 - )
Birth*1750 He was born in 1750 at Southampton Co., Virginia.1 
Relocationcirca 1755 He, as a family member, accompanied William Boykin II in relocating circa 1755 at Craven Co., South Carolina; from Southampton Co., VA2 
Marriage*say 1771 He married Elizabeth Inman say 1771.1 
American Revolution*between 1775 and 1783 He provided service in the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783
(DAR Listing: Samuel Boykin, born 1748 in North Carolina, died Dec 1791 in South Carolina, married Elizabeth Brown, Captain, South Carolina
------------------------------.)3 
Death of Fathercirca 1784 His father William Boykin II died circa 1784 at Camden, Camden District, South Carolina
Will*25 Dec 1791 He made a will at Kershaw Co., South Carolina, on 25 Dec 1791, naming as executor(s) Major Francis Boykin, Burwell Boykin and John T. Boykin, naming as heir(s) Elizabeth Inman.

Will of Samuel Boykin, State of South Carolina
     I Samuel Boykin knowing the uncertainty of human life, think it Necefeary to direct the disposal of my Worldy effects while in a sound State of Mind direct it as follows---- That the Whole of my Estate be Kept together except Such part of my Estate as my Executors may think Proper to Sell for the payment of My debts. ---- I lend unto my beloved Wife Elizabeth Boykin in lien of her dower the tract of Land Whereon I now live Containing Two Hundred Acres Originally Granted to George Payne and fifty Acres of Land in the River Swamp to be appointed but by my Execution, for her use during her Natural life and the following Seven Negroe slaves Vizt. Primus. Phoebe Nan, a boy Primus, Sylvia Comfort and Jimmy which she is to have the Use of during her Natural life and at her death to be equally divided among my three Children in the Same Manner as the rest of my Estate is, and all the rest of my Lands I give devise and bequeath unto my three daughters Sarah Boykin, Elizabeth Boykin & Mary Boykin the division to be Made by my Brother Francis Boykin and the Executors of this my last will & Testament dividing as equally in three division of equal value as will Seem Fight to them and then give my Oldest daughter Sarah Boykin the first Choice, my Second daughter Elizabeth Boykin the Second choice and the remaining on third to my youngest daughter May Boykin the whole of which Lands, I give devise and bequeath Unto my above Named three daughters and their Heirs and the Whole of my Personal Estate after paying my Just debts to be equally divided between my above Mentioned three daughters Share and Share alike and lastly I appoint my two, Brothers Burwell Boykin John Boykin and Zachiriah Cantey Executors to this my last Will & Testament Signed Sealed and Acknowledged this Twenty fifth day of December in the year of Our Lord One thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety One.
In the presence of
Test. Steward Patteson                         Samuel Boykin (SEAL)
Stephen Terry
Juriah Terry

it is my further will and desire that my Brother John Boykin have the previledge of Planting the Land that I have Allowed him to plant for the Ensuring year as Long as he may think proper not Exceending the time that my youngest Child Shall become of age Signed before my Will this 25th Decemr. 1791.

                                        Saml. Boykin
Steward Patteson
Stephen Terry

Recorded in Will Book C Page 47
Recorded Feb. 29, 1792
Francis Boykin C.C.
Apt 10 Pkg 277.4 
Death*28 Dec 1791 He died at South Carolina on 28 Dec 1791
He died from injuries sustained during a confrontation with "ruffians" (N.C. Wagoners) who had encamped on his land.1 
Biography* Samuel was a delegate to the Provincial Congress in 1775. He commanded a company of Catawba Indians during the Revolutionary War, and was a regulator.1 

Family

Elizabeth Inman (say 1753 - )
Marriage*say 1771 He married Elizabeth Inman say 1771.1 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited30 Apr 2012

Citations

  1. David Robert Wooten et al., We All Became Forefathers: Genealogies of the Wooten, Boykin, Whitaker and Broadhurst Families, 1993, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 W889.
    p. 52.
  2. David Robert Wooten et al., We All Became Forefathers: Genealogies of the Wooten, Boykin, Whitaker and Broadhurst Families, 1993, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 W889.
  3. DAR Patriot Index, Washington, DC: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.
  4. E-mail written 22 Aug 2007 to Warren Culpepper from Catherine Reuther (A Terry family researcher), Atlanta, GA, e-mail address.
    Typed transcription of the transcription of the will sent to Catherine Reuther by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, SC, in 2007 Kershaw County Wills.

Elizabeth Inman1

Female, #47133, (say 1753 - )
Birth*say 1753 She was born say 1753.1 
Marriage*say 1771 She married Samuel Boykin say 1771.1 
Married Namesay 1771  As of say 1771, her married name was Boykin.1 
Will25 Dec 1791 Elizabeth named as heir(s) in the will of Samuel Boykin at Kershaw Co., South Carolina, on 25 Dec 1791.2 

Family

Samuel Boykin (1750 - 28 Dec 1791)
Last Edited29 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. David Robert Wooten et al., We All Became Forefathers: Genealogies of the Wooten, Boykin, Whitaker and Broadhurst Families, 1993, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 W889.
    p. 52.
  2. E-mail written 22 Aug 2007 to Warren Culpepper from Catherine Reuther (A Terry family researcher), Atlanta, GA, e-mail address.
    Typed transcription of the transcription of the will sent to Catherine Reuther by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, SC, in 2007 Kershaw County Wills.

William Boykin III1

Male, #47134, (say 1753 - )
Father*William Boykin II1 (b 1710 - c 1784)
Mother*Elizabeth Bryant1 (s 1712 - )
Birth*say 1753 He was born say 1753 at Southampton Co., Virginia.1 
Relocationcirca 1755 He, as a family member, accompanied William Boykin II in relocating circa 1755 at Craven Co., South Carolina; from Southampton Co., VA2 
Land Grant/Patent*1798 Land was granted to William Boykin III in 1798 at Washington Co., Georgia,

(172 acres).3 
Land Lottery*1805 William participated in but did not win the land lottery in 1805 at Washington Co., Georgia,
land in Baldwin, Wayne and Wilkinson counties.4 
Death* He died at Camden, Kershaw District, South Carolina.1 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited9 Jan 2003

Citations

  1. David Robert Wooten et al., We All Became Forefathers: Genealogies of the Wooten, Boykin, Whitaker and Broadhurst Families, 1993, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 W889.
    p. 53.
  2. David Robert Wooten et al., We All Became Forefathers: Genealogies of the Wooten, Boykin, Whitaker and Broadhurst Families, 1993, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 W889.
  3. Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas Jr., Index to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756-1909, Vidalia, GA: Georgia Genealogical Reprints, 1970.
    Cites Book AAAAA, page 418.
  4. Virginia S. and Ralph V. Wood, 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, Greenwood Press, Cambridge, 1964, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2WY 1805.
    page 35.

Amelia Mildred Boykin1

Female, #47135, (22 Dec 1757 - 1835)
Father*William Boykin II1 (b 1710 - c 1784)
Mother*Elizabeth Bryant1 (s 1712 - )
Name Variation She was also known as Amy. 
Birth*22 Dec 1757 She was born on 22 Dec 1757 at Craven Co., South Carolina.1,2 
Married Namesay 1776  As of say 1776, her married name was Pace.2 
Marriage*say 1776 She married Nathaniel Pace say 1776.2 
Death of Fathercirca 1784 Her father William Boykin II died circa 1784 at Camden, Camden District, South Carolina
Death of Spouse1 Oct 1798 Her husband Nathaniel Pace died on 1 Oct 1798 at Georgia.2,3 
Relocationcirca 1800 She, as a family member, accompanied Major Francis Boykin in relocating circa 1800 at Washington Co., Georgia,4 
Death*1835 She died at Wilkinson Co., Georgia, in 1835.1,2 

Family

Nathaniel Pace (16 Jul 1743 - 1 Oct 1798)
Marriage*say 1776 She married Nathaniel Pace say 1776.2 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited29 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. David Robert Wooten et al., We All Became Forefathers: Genealogies of the Wooten, Boykin, Whitaker and Broadhurst Families, 1993, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 W889.
    p. 53.
  2. Our Kerr, Wooten and extended families: http://www.gencircles.com/users/bradywkerr
  3. DAR Patriot Index, Washington, DC: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.
  4. Anna Maria Green Cook, compiler, History of Baldwin County, Georgia, Anderson, South Carolina: Keys-Hearn, 1925, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8573 H2c.

Nathaniel Pace1

Male, #47136, (16 Jul 1743 - 1 Oct 1798)
Birth*16 Jul 1743 He was born on 16 Jul 1743 at North Carolina.1 
American Revolution*between 1775 and 1783 He provided service in the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783
(DAR Listing: Nathaniel Pace, born 16 Jul 1743 in North Carolina, died 1 Oct 1798 in Georgia, married Amelia Mildred Boykin, Patriotic Service, South Carolina.)2 
Marriage*say 1776 He married Amelia Mildred Boykin say 1776.1 
Death*1 Oct 1798 He died at Georgia on 1 Oct 1798 at age 55.1,2 

Family

Amelia Mildred Boykin (22 Dec 1757 - 1835)
Last Edited30 Apr 2012

Citations

  1. Our Kerr, Wooten and extended families: http://www.gencircles.com/users/bradywkerr
  2. DAR Patriot Index, Washington, DC: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.

John T. Boykin1

Male, #47137, (1756 - 1798)
Father*William Boykin II1 (b 1710 - c 1784)
Mother*Elizabeth Bryant1 (s 1712 - )
Birth*1756 He was born in 1756 at Craven Co., South Carolina.1 
American Revolution*between 1776 and 1783 He provided service in the American Revolutionary War between 1776 and 1783
(See biography.)2 
Death of Fathercirca 1784 His father William Boykin II died circa 1784 at Camden, Camden District, South Carolina
Will25 Dec 1791 Francis, Burwell and John named as executor(s) in the will of Samuel Boykin at Kershaw Co., South Carolina, on 25 Dec 1791.3 
Death*1798 He died at Columbia, Richland District, South Carolina, in 1798.1 
Biography* John Boykin, youngest child of William II, at his father's death was adopted by his eldest brother, Samuel, who donated to him, on his coming of age, a plantation in the Boykin neighborhood. He, like all his bretheren, embarked in the Revolutionary cause, and was commissioned a Captain in Col. Wade Hampton's cavalry regiment. He was among those patriots whom the British distinguished by incarceration in the Camden prison. He rode as a regulator under his brother Samuel. His home, on Swift Creek, was burnt in 1794 with a crop of indigo in the garret. He then sold the place and located across the Kershaw County line in Fairfield, at or near Longtown. He died in Columbia, 1798, while attending the Legislature, of which he was a member from Fairfield, leaving a considerable estate of land and negroes. He possessed the family strong physique, and a prepossessing address. He was twice married, first to a Miss Starke, sister of Reuben Starke. She died a year after marriage without issue. His second wife was Frances Brown, sister of his brother Samuel's wife. Of this second marriage there were three children, John, William and a daughter Frances. William died in 1812, a student at S.C. college, and Frances died at an early age.
     John T. Boykins's son, John, born 1790, married Charlotte A. Mortimer (granddaughter of John Adamson) He was a man of great personal charm and popularity. He took an interest in public affairs and was in the exciting political contest of 1832 as a candidate on the Nullification ticket for the Legislature. A part of his life was spent in New Jersey, but he returned to South Carolina. His summer home was at COol Spring, where his neighbors were John Chesnut and Benjamin T. Elmore. He died in 1840. His children were a son and daughter, Dr. Edward M. Boykin, who married Mary C. Lang, and whose descendants all reside at or near Camden, and Mrs. Kate L. Heyward, who married Savage Heyward, both deceased.2 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited30 Apr 2012

Citations

  1. David Robert Wooten et al., We All Became Forefathers: Genealogies of the Wooten, Boykin, Whitaker and Broadhurst Families, 1993, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 W889.
    p. 54.
  2. Thomas J. Kirkland and Robert M. Kennedy, Historic Camden, Part One: Colonial and Revolutionary, Camden, SC: Kershaw County Historical Society, 1968.
    pages 350-351.
  3. E-mail written 22 Aug 2007 to Warren Culpepper from Catherine Reuther (A Terry family researcher), Atlanta, GA, e-mail address.
    Typed transcription of the transcription of the will sent to Catherine Reuther by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, SC, in 2007 Kershaw County Wills.

Esther (?)1

Female, #47138, (circa 1891 - )
Birth*circa 1891 She was born circa 1891 at New Jersey.1 
Marriage*circa 1906 She married George William Culpepper circa 1906.1,2 
Married Namecirca 1906  As of circa 1906, her married name was Culpepper.1 
1920 Census1 Jan 1920 Esther was listed as George William Culpepper's wife on the 1920 Census at Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York.1 

Family

George William Culpepper (7 Nov 1883 - 19 Feb 1955)
Last Edited13 Oct 2004

Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    369 Trenton Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY, ED 1115, Page 6B
    Rents, White
    George W. Culpepper, Head, Male, 36, Md, GA/GA/GA, Manager of Brokerage Co.
    Esther Culpepper, Wife, Female, 28?, Md, NJ/NJ/NJ.
  2. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 12, Page 110A, Gen.com img 23, Clayton County Pauper Farm, Jonesboro, Clayton Co., GA
    William Culpepper, Inmate, M, 29, Md1-3 yrs, GA/GA/GA.

Ellie (?) of Barbados & NY1

Female, #47139, (1898 - )
African* She was an African-American. 
Birth*1898 She was born in 1898 at Barbados.1 
Birth of SonAug 1916 Her son Clifford Culpepper was born in Aug 1916 at New York.1 
Birth of SonSep 1917 Her son Bacon Culpepper was born in Sep 1917 at New York.1 
1920 Census1 Jan 1920 Ellie was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at New York City, New York Co., New York.1 
Marriage*say 1925 She married Seymour M. Culpepper of Barbados & NY say 1925.1 
Married Namesay 1925  As of say 1925, her married name was Culpepper.1 

Family

Seymour M. Culpepper of Barbados & NY (6 Oct 1896 - )
Marriage*say 1925 She married Seymour M. Culpepper of Barbados & NY say 1925.1 
Children
Last Edited26 Feb 2005

Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    7 West 137th Street, Manhattan, New York Co., NY, ED 1409, Page 3B
    Rents, Black
    Ellie Culpeper, Head, Female, 21, Md, Immigrated 1914, Alien, BWI/BWI/BWI
    Seymour Culpepper, Father (Husband), 23, Md, Immigrated 1911, Alien
    BWI/BWI/BWI, Messman/Ship
    Clifford Culpepper, Son, Male, 3 4/12, Sng, NY/BWI/BWI
    Bacon? Culpepper, Son, Male, 2 3/12, Sng, NY/BWI/BWI
    Philis Barry, Sister, Female, 17, Immigrated 1914, Alien, BWI/BWI/BWI, Occ=?
    Muriah Barry, Son, Male, 1, Sng, NY/BWI/BWI
    Beatrice Dumiss, Mother Female, 53, Wid, Immigrated 1914, Alien, BWI/BWI/BWI, Presser.

Clifford Culpepper1

Male, #47140, (Aug 1916 - )
Father*Seymour M. Culpepper of Barbados & NY1 (6 Oct 1896 - )
Mother*Ellie (?) of Barbados & NY1 (1898 - )
African* He was an African-American. 
Birth*Aug 1916 He was born in Aug 1916 at New York.1 
1920 Census1 Jan 1920 Clifford and Bacon was listed as a son in Ellie (?) of Barbados & NY's household on the 1920 Census at New York City, New York Co., New York.1 
Residence*Oct 1941 Clifford resided at New York City, New York Co., New York, in Oct 1941.2 
World War II*between 1941 and 1945 He enlisted in Camp Upton Yaphank, Suffolk Co., New York, and served in World War II between 1941 and 1945
(US Army.)2 
Residence1996 Clifford resided at Bronx Co., New York, in 1996.3 
ChartsOrphan / Edward Culpepper of Barbados & New York: Descendant Chart
Last Edited14 Jul 2010

Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    7 West 137th Street, Manhattan, New York Co., NY, ED 1409, Page 3B
    Rents, Black
    Ellie Culpeper, Head, Female, 21, Md, Immigrated 1914, Alien, BWI/BWI/BWI
    Seymour Culpepper, Father (Husband), 23, Md, Immigrated 1911, Alien
    BWI/BWI/BWI, Messman/Ship
    Clifford Culpepper, Son, Male, 3 4/12, Sng, NY/BWI/BWI
    Bacon? Culpepper, Son, Male, 2 3/12, Sng, NY/BWI/BWI
    Philis Barry, Sister, Female, 17, Immigrated 1914, Alien, BWI/BWI/BWI, Occ=?
    Muriah Barry, Son, Male, 1, Sng, NY/BWI/BWI
    Beatrice Dumiss, Mother Female, 53, Wid, Immigrated 1914, Alien, BWI/BWI/BWI, Presser.
  2. National Archives and Records Administration, compiler, U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8939
    Clifford S Culpepper, Black, Single, born 1916 in New York, residing in New York City, New York, enlisted as a Private in the US Army on 22 Oct 1941 in Camp Upton Yaphank, New York.
  3. MyFamily.com Inc., compiler, US Public Records Index, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8907&enc=1

Bacon Culpepper1

Male, #47141, (Sep 1917 - )
Father*Seymour M. Culpepper of Barbados & NY1 (6 Oct 1896 - )
Mother*Ellie (?) of Barbados & NY1 (1898 - )
African* He was an African-American. 
Birth*Sep 1917 He was born in Sep 1917 at New York.1 
1920 Census1 Jan 1920 Clifford and Bacon was listed as a son in Ellie (?) of Barbados & NY's household on the 1920 Census at New York City, New York Co., New York.1 
ChartsOrphan / Edward Culpepper of Barbados & New York: Descendant Chart
Last Edited26 Feb 2005

Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    7 West 137th Street, Manhattan, New York Co., NY, ED 1409, Page 3B
    Rents, Black
    Ellie Culpeper, Head, Female, 21, Md, Immigrated 1914, Alien, BWI/BWI/BWI
    Seymour Culpepper, Father (Husband), 23, Md, Immigrated 1911, Alien
    BWI/BWI/BWI, Messman/Ship
    Clifford Culpepper, Son, Male, 3 4/12, Sng, NY/BWI/BWI
    Bacon? Culpepper, Son, Male, 2 3/12, Sng, NY/BWI/BWI
    Philis Barry, Sister, Female, 17, Immigrated 1914, Alien, BWI/BWI/BWI, Occ=?
    Muriah Barry, Son, Male, 1, Sng, NY/BWI/BWI
    Beatrice Dumiss, Mother Female, 53, Wid, Immigrated 1914, Alien, BWI/BWI/BWI, Presser.

Joel Timothy Walker1

Male, #47142, (24 Jul 1855 - 6 Apr 1935)
Father*James W. Walker1 (Jun 1828 - 24 Oct 1863)
Mother*Mary Ann Culpepper1 (13 Oct 1837 - 18 Mar 1923)
Birth*24 Jul 1855 He was born on 24 Jul 1855 at Carroll Co., Georgia.1 
Death of Father24 Oct 1863 His father James W. Walker died on 24 Oct 1863 at Camp Douglas, Cook Co., Illinois
1870 Census1 Jun 1870 Joel, Elizabeth and Francis listed as a household member living with Mary Ann Culpepper on the 1870 Census at Carroll Co., Georgia.2 
Marriage*16 Mar 1886 He married Ellen Witcher at Georgia on 16 Mar 1886 at age 30.1 
Birth of Son10 Sep 1902 His son John Rogers Walker was born on 10 Sep 1902 at Carroll Co., Georgia.1 
Death of Mother18 Mar 1923 His mother Mary Ann Culpepper died on 18 Mar 1923 at LaGrange, Troup Co., Georgia.3 
Death of Spouse28 Mar 1927 His wife Ellen Witcher died on 28 Mar 1927 at Coweta Co., Georgia.1 
Death*6 Apr 1935 He died at Newnan, Coweta Co., Georgia, on 6 Apr 1935 at age 79.1 

Family

Ellen Witcher (25 Apr 1862 - 28 Mar 1927)
Marriage*16 Mar 1886 He married Ellen Witcher at Georgia on 16 Mar 1886 at age 30.1 
Child
ChartsJoseph Culpepper of Morgan Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited31 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. Correspondence from Mildred Gertrude "Trudie" Walker Stone (#47146), Newnan, GA, (deceased) to Lew Griffin, 1982-2001.
  2. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 239A, Family 1535, Carrollton PO, Carroll Co., GA
    Mary (Culpepper) Walker, 32, F, Keeping house, $--/$100, GA
    Joel Walker, 15, M, GA
    Elizabeth Walker, 12, F, GA
    Francis Walker, 10, F, GA.
  3. Coweta County Genealogical Society, compiler, Coweta Co., GA Cemeteries, Roswell, GA: WH Wolfe Associates, 1986, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. FHL US/CAN Book: 975.8423.
    Oak Hill Cemetery, Newnan, Coweta Co., GA
    + Mary Ann Culpepper Walker, 13 Oct 1837 – 18 Mar 1923.

Ellen Witcher1

Female, #47143, (25 Apr 1862 - 28 Mar 1927)
Birth*25 Apr 1862 She was born on 25 Apr 1862.1 
Marriage*16 Mar 1886 She married Joel Timothy Walker at Georgia on 16 Mar 1886 at age 23.1 
Married Name16 Mar 1886  As of 16 Mar 1886, her married name was Walker.1 
Birth of Son10 Sep 1902 Her son John Rogers Walker was born on 10 Sep 1902 at Carroll Co., Georgia.1 
Death*28 Mar 1927 She died at Coweta Co., Georgia, on 28 Mar 1927 at age 64.1 

Family

Joel Timothy Walker (24 Jul 1855 - 6 Apr 1935)
Child
Last Edited31 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. Correspondence from Mildred Gertrude "Trudie" Walker Stone (#47146), Newnan, GA, (deceased) to Lew Griffin, 1982-2001.

John Rogers Walker1

Male, #47144, (10 Sep 1902 - 11 Aug 1971)
Father*Joel Timothy Walker1 (24 Jul 1855 - 6 Apr 1935)
Mother*Ellen Witcher1 (25 Apr 1862 - 28 Mar 1927)
Birth*10 Sep 1902 He was born on 10 Sep 1902 at Carroll Co., Georgia.1 
Marriage*21 Dec 1924 He married Daisy Pauline Smith on 21 Dec 1924 at age 22.1 
Death of Mother28 Mar 1927 His mother Ellen Witcher died on 28 Mar 1927 at Coweta Co., Georgia.1 
Death of Father6 Apr 1935 His father Joel Timothy Walker died on 6 Apr 1935 at Newnan, Coweta Co., Georgia.1 
Death of Spouse6 Jan 1971 His wife Daisy Pauline Smith died on 6 Jan 1971 at Newnan, Coweta Co., Georgia.1 
Death*11 Aug 1971 He died at Newnan, Coweta Co., Georgia, on 11 Aug 1971 at age 68.1 

Family

Daisy Pauline Smith (7 Aug 1903 - 6 Jan 1971)
Child
ChartsJoseph Culpepper of Morgan Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited31 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. Correspondence from Mildred Gertrude "Trudie" Walker Stone (#47146), Newnan, GA, (deceased) to Lew Griffin, 1982-2001.

Daisy Pauline Smith1

Female, #47145, (7 Aug 1903 - 6 Jan 1971)
Birth*7 Aug 1903 She was born on 7 Aug 1903 at Coweta Co., Georgia.1 
Marriage*21 Dec 1924 She married John Rogers Walker on 21 Dec 1924 at age 21.1 
Married Name21 Dec 1924  As of 21 Dec 1924, her married name was Walker.1 
Death*6 Jan 1971 She died at Newnan, Coweta Co., Georgia, on 6 Jan 1971 at age 67.1 

Family

John Rogers Walker (10 Sep 1902 - 11 Aug 1971)
Child
Last Edited31 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. Correspondence from Mildred Gertrude "Trudie" Walker Stone (#47146), Newnan, GA, (deceased) to Lew Griffin, 1982-2001.

Mildred Gertrude Walker

Female, #47146, (26 Nov 1925 - 24 Sep 2001)
Father*John Rogers Walker (10 Sep 1902 - 11 Aug 1971)
Mother*Daisy Pauline Smith (7 Aug 1903 - 6 Jan 1971)
Name Variation She was also known as Trudie. 
Birth*26 Nov 1925 She was born on 26 Nov 1925 at Coweta Co., Georgia.1 
Marriage* She married J P Stone.1 
Married Name Her married name was Stone.1 
Death of Mother6 Jan 1971 Her mother Daisy Pauline Smith died on 6 Jan 1971 at Newnan, Coweta Co., Georgia.2 
Death of Father11 Aug 1971 Her father John Rogers Walker died on 11 Aug 1971 at Newnan, Coweta Co., Georgia.2 
Death of Spouse25 May 1998 Her husband J P Stone died on 25 May 1998 at Newnan, Coweta Co., Georgia.1 
Death*24 Sep 2001 She died at Newnan, Coweta Co., Georgia, on 24 Sep 2001 at age 75.1 
Biography* For many years, Trudie was the leading researcher on the family on Malachi Culpepper. She was a careful researcher, and a faithful and helpful correspondent over a period of nearly twenty years. Many of the records at this site on Malachi's family are from her research. 

Family

J P Stone (19 May 1926 - 25 May 1998)
Marriage* She married J P Stone.1 
ChartsJoseph Culpepper of Morgan Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited31 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  2. Correspondence from Mildred Gertrude "Trudie" Walker Stone (#47146), Newnan, GA, (deceased) to Lew Griffin, 1982-2001.

J P Stone1

Male, #47147, (19 May 1926 - 25 May 1998)
Birth*19 May 1926 He was born on 19 May 1926.1 
Marriage* He married Mildred Gertrude Walker.1 
Death*25 May 1998 He died at Newnan, Coweta Co., Georgia, on 25 May 1998 at age 72.1 

Family

Mildred Gertrude Walker (26 Nov 1925 - 24 Sep 2001)
Last Edited31 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm

(?) Temple1

Male, #47148, (say 1911 - )
Birth*say 1911 He was born say 1911.1 
Marriage*say 1932 He married Leo B. Culpepper say 1932.2 

Family

Leo B. Culpepper (20 Mar 1914 - 7 Dec 1982)
Last Edited28 Apr 2008

Citations

  1. Bethel Missionary Baptist Cemetery, Covington Co., MS:
    "Leo B. Temple Culpepper, 20 Mar 1914 - 7 Dec 1982, Mother"
    From post on 1 Jan 2003 by Delores Sanders (e-mail address) on e-mail address.
  2. USGenWeb Archives.
    http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm
    Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, near Seminary, MS
    http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ms/covington/cemeteries/bethelba27gcm.txt
    + Leo B. Culpepper Temple, 20 Mar 1914 - 7 Dec 1982, Mother.

Edward Boykin Jr.1

Male, #47149, (circa 1676 - before 24 Dec 1745)
Father*Edward Boykin1 (s 1650 - 27 May 1728)
Mother*Ann Gwaltney1 (s 1652 - c 1727)
Birth*circa 1676 He was born circa 1676 at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia.1 
Marriage*say 1697 He married Judith Hill say 1697.1 
Deed*19 Jul 1724 He was granted a deed on 19 Jul 1724 at Sea Cock Swamp, Isle of Wight Co., Virginia,

370 acres of land on the north side of Sea Cock Swamp in Isle of Wight Co. (now Brunswick Co.), VA.2 
Deedbetween 1725 and 1730 He was granted a deed between 1725 and 1730 at Blackwater Swamp, Prince George Co., Virginia,

35 acres.3 
Deed1739 He was granted a deed in 1739 at Bertie Co., North Carolina,

100 acres.1 
Deed1739 He was granted a deed in 1739 at North Carolina

200 acres.1 
Deed20 Nov 1739 He was granted a deed on 20 Nov 1739 at Virginia

100 acres.4 
Deed1743 He was granted a deed in 1743 at Edgecombe Co., North Carolina,

200 acres.5 
Will*8 Jun 1743 He made a will at Northampton Co., North Carolina, on 8 Jun 1743.

Will of Edward Boykin, Jr.
Northampton County, North Carolina
(Grimes, Abstracts of N. C., Wills p. 43)
     In the name of God, Amen, I Edward Boykin, of Northampton County, North Carolina being sick and weak in body, but perfect mind and memory, God be praised but calling to mind this mortal state and that it is appointed for all men to die. Do make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following:
     First and principally I give and bequeath my soul to Almighty God my Creator, who gave it to me and my body to the ground to be buried decently in Christian burial at the discretion of my Executrix and Executor hereafter named in sure and certain hopes of a joyful resurrection through Jesus Christ my Blessed Saviour and Redeamer and as for what wordly estate it hath kindly to bestow upon me.
     I give and bequeath as following Imprimies I will that all my lawful debts and funeral charges be paid and discharged.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving son Thomas Boykin all my lands lying between Richard Walls line and the Meadow Branch: also a parcel of my lands over the Creek in Brunswick County beginning at the head of the Great Swamp, then turning down the same to my cartpath and then bounded by the said path quite to the river. Also all my lands and Plantation at Potocarie to him and his heirs.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving son Solomon Boykin all my lands lying above the Meadow Branch running up the Creek to Thomas Nicholns (Hicholans) line, with all the remaining part of my lands on the Creek in Brunswick County not bequeathed already. Also fifty acres of land upon the Creek within old Richard Walls line to him and his heirs.
     Item: I give and bequeath upon my loving son Hardy Boykin all my lands and Plantation lying upon the Cypress Swamp if he thinks proper to live upon it. And if not to let some one of his Brothers have the refusal of it when he is disposed to sell it.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Hardy Boykin a negro named Jack but in case he should die without issue lawfully begotten then to my son Solomon Boykin.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas Boykin two Negroes Dill and George after the death of my wife or her widowhood, but if my son Thomas dies without issue lawfully begotten, my will is that the said Negroes shall go to my sons Hardy and Solomon Boykin.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rachel Heron one Negro girl named Lucy.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving daughter Martha Boykin one negroe girl named Joan, after the death of her Mother, or her widowhood or at the age of twenty-one years, but if my said daughter dieth without lawful issue then the said negroe to be equally divided amongst my three sons (viz) Hardy, Solomon and Thomas Boykin.
     Item: My Will is that the first child my negroe wench Dinah beareth may be given to my grandson Drury Boykin.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas Boykin, my negroe Boy Abraham after the death of his Mother or widowhood.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my grandson Henry Boykin, one negroe wench named Dinah, after the death of my wife or widowhood, and my Will is that my son Edward Boykin, shall have the benefit of the said negro wench's labour during his natural life.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving son Benjamin Boykin all the money he is indebted to me, also one cow and calf.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rachel Heron one cow and calf.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Martha, one cow and calf.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my grandson of my firstborn, Edward Boykin, one cow and calf.
     Item: I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife, Judith Boykin, all the residue of my estate, whom also I constitute and appoint with my son Solomon Boykin, whole and sole executor and executrix, of this my last Will and Testament, revoking and annulling any other Will by me made, Ratifying this only to be my Last Will and Testement. Witness whereof, I have set my hand and afixed my seal, this 8th day of June 1743.

Edward Boyikin (Seal)
Witness Chas. Campbell
Richard Wall jurat called Testis.

Proven in open court by the oath of Richard Wall, one of the subscribing evidences therto. At the same time Solomon Boykin was qualified executor thereof. Tes. J. Edwards, Clerk Cour. (The original will is in possession of Miss Sally Boykin of Turkey, NC. Photostated and given to the US Dau. of War of 1812 at their National Headquarters, Washington, DC by Ann Jacobs Boykin Murphy.)1
 
Death*before 24 Dec 1745 He died at Northampton Co., North Carolina, before 24 Dec 1745.1 
Probate*24 Dec 1745 Probate action was taken on Edward's estate on 24 Dec 1745 at Northampton Co., North Carolina,

Paid Sept. 1-13-9- Rec. from L8-10
North Carolina S. Ct. By his Excellency Gabriel Johnston, Esqr., His Majesty's Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the said Province and Ordinary of the same....
     It being certified unto me that Edward Boykin of Northampton County late of this province is dead and hath made and put his last Will and Testament in writing (A copy wherof is hereunto annexed); and hath therein appointed his wife Judith Boykin and his son Solomon Boykin executrix and Executor thereof;
     These are therefore to empower the said executrix and Execuror to enter into and upon all and singular the goods and chattles, wights and credits of the said deceased and the same with their possessions to same wherever in said Province to be found and a inventory thereof according to law to return into the Secretary's office within ninety days from date hereof; and all the just debts of the said deceased, to pay so far as the said estate will extend, or amount to, and for the same to be accountable when therunto lawfully called.
     Given under my hand and seal of the Colony this 24th day of December Anno DM 1745. J.F. Rice pro sec...
Gabriel Johnston Gov.1 
Biography* Edward Boykin, Jr. owned land and was a planter in several counties in VA and NC.
     Edward Boykin served with his cousin Francis Boykin as juryman for Bertie Co, NC and Edgecomb Co, NC (N. C. Col. Rec. Vol 4 p. 524)
     In Bishop Early's diary he states "Thursday 25-to Boykin's a camp meeting, 15 miles" (p. 247, Vol. 36 Va. Hist. Mag.) "Mr. John Boykin, of Northampton, NC May 4 to Concord" "I stayed at Mr. Boykin's four miles from Lebanon".
     Left by Grandfather William Gwaltney to "Grandson Edward Boykin one cow" Will Surry, March 28, 1728-see W. B. Vol.8 p. 257 HSF Vol 2, 0p.116, Boddie.
Had issue:
     1. Edward Boykin, III
     2. Thomas Boykin (land in Brunswick Co., Va.)
     3. Solomon Boykin
     4. Hardy Boykin (N.C. Rec. War-Records-Hardy Boykin-N.C. Cont'l Line also in Census of 1790 Nash Co., NC
     5. Rachel Boykin, married Mr. Heron
     6. Martha Boykin
     7. Benjamin Boykin (April 13, 1743 Benj. Boykin was witness for Robert      Hilliard's will; Grimes N.C. Will 0. 166 Edgecomb Co.) He sold land to Ralph Vickers in 1741. Married Betsy Butts, both of Nottoway Parish Oct. 21, 1780-sec-Samuel Kello-Britain Boykin-Olive Taylor-(P.8-mar bonds Southampton Co. Ca. Chapman 1750-1800) also Det. from Wake Co.-Reg. p.63 1782 Britain Boykin.1 
Biography Edward Boykin, Jr., son of Edward Boykin I, of Isle of Wight, married Judith, last name unknown, but is said to be a daughter of Richard Wall (Tradition). Richard Walls daughter Judith married William De Loach (See HSF II-99). His daughter Sarah Wall married Francis Boykin, which is probably the reason for this confusion in names.
     Edward Boykin made his will in Northampton Co., N.C., June 8, 1743. He bequeathed to son Thomas lands lying between Richard Wall and Meadow Branch; son Solomon lands above Meadow Branch, son Hardy, land on Cypress Swamp; son Edward and daughter Rachel Heron. Exrs, wife Judith and son Solomon. Grandson Henry Boykin wits. Charles Campbell, Richard Wall. (Grimes 43)
     Solomon Boykin, son of Judith and Edward Boykin, Jr., married his wife Ester before leaving Virginia for Georgia, where he petitioned for a grant of 200 acres in March 1765. He stated at that time that "he had been about eight months in the Province of Georgia from Virginia. Had no land granted him in Georgia and was desirous to obtain land for cultivation, having a wife and eight children, prays for 200 acres of land on South side of Briar Creek". In 1766, he petitioned for 300 acres and the Governor granted him 500 acres in St. George's Parish (Col. Rec. of Ga.. Vol. 10, pp. 187, 485). He had previously been granted 120 acres in Brunswick Co., Va., May 9, 1753, on the south side of Fountain Creek by Gov. Dinwiddie. He made his will in St. George Parish Aug. 25, 1770, probated May 31, 1771, and named the following children:
     1. Solomon, given 300 acres after death of Mother.
     2. Hardy, given 150 acres.
     3. Jesse, given 200 acres on Briar Creek, 150 on Beaver Dam.
     4. Francis, given 5 L. to buy land.
     5. Byus, given 5 L. to buy land, m. Sarah Peebles.
     6. Wlliam, given 5 L. to buy land.
     7. Olive
     8. Dorcas.
     9. John, unborn child mentioned in father's will, moved to Texas, married a Miss Mason.

Byus (Tobias) Boykin, son of Solomon, born in 1747, died in Sampson Co., N.C., Sept. 18, 1812, at the age of 65. He served in the Georgia Continental Line in the Revolution. M. Knights' "Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers from Ga." the following services are shown: Soldier of the line (pp. 34, 377). Refugee Soldier (p, 484). Granted 250 acres for service, certificate of service General John Twiggs, prays for 575 acres (p. 613). After serving in the Continental Line he joined as a private in Capt. Abner Bickham's Company of Militia of Burke Co., Ga., commanded by Col. Asa Emanuel, service commenced Aug. 15, 1781, ended Feb. 1, 1782. (Records Adj. Genl. Office, Washington, D.C.)
     Byus returned to Virginia, where he married his cousin Sarah Peebles about 1782. She died June 1, 1848, aged 65 years. In 1807 he was granted land in Sampson Co., N.C. It is said that while on the way to Georgia, they found this spot in the Coharie River Valley very attractive and decided to settle there. In a few years, he built a large eight room house with a wide center hall and began to add to his plantation. His land stretched from the end of the present Clinton cemetery and ran on both sides of the road beyond Boykins Bridge, seven and one half miles.
     He died in 1812, as before stated, and is buried in the cemetery on his plantation where 21 other Boykins are buried, His grave was marked by the D.A.R. chapter of Wilmington, N.C. The inscription is as follows: "Byus Boykin died May 22, 1812, aged 65 years. He entered the Army of the United States at the age of 18? and faithfully served his country through her struggle for Independence and at the close of the war, he devoted the evening of his life to the rearing and educating a large family of children. He lived long to enjoy the liverty he had helped to establish and sunk to rest with the hope of a Glorious Immortality beyond the grave."
Children:
I.     Thomas, b. April 23, 1785, m. Elizabeth Fennell.
II.     John, b. Feb. 12, 1787, m. Rebecca Wright.
III.     Nancy, b. May 12, 1789, m. Gabriel Hobbs.
IV.     Solomon, b. Aug. 13, 1792, m. Penelope Wright.
V.     Virginia, b. Sept. 8, 1795, m. John Underwood.6 

Family

Judith Hill (say 1679 - )
Marriage*say 1697 He married Judith Hill say 1697.1 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
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Citations

  1. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
  2. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
    Cites "1724-26 Land Grants, Patents Office, Richmond, VA, Book 12, p. 82. Signed by Lt. Gov. Hugh Drysdale."
  3. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
    Cites "Land Grants, Patents Office, Richmond, VA, p. 454."
  4. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
    Cites "Land Grants, Patents Office, Richmond, VA, p. 529."
  5. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
    Cites "Patents NC Col. Rec. Vol. 4,, p. 616-352."
  6. "Boykin of Isle of Wight," Historical Southern Families, Vol. IIIFTM CD191.

Judith Hill1

Female, #47150, (say 1679 - )
Birth*say 1679 Judith was born say 1679. Daughter of William Hill, who was granted 100 acres of land southside of Fountain Creek, Feb 22, 1724, 95 acres Feb 22, 1724. (Book 16 p.211 V. Land Grants.)1 
Marriage*say 1697 She married Edward Boykin Jr. say 1697.1 
Married Namesay 1697  As of say 1697, her married name was Boykin.1 

Family

Edward Boykin Jr. (circa 1676 - before 24 Dec 1745)
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Citations

  1. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.

John Boykin

Male, #47151, (say 1682 - 5 May 1729)
Father*Edward Boykin (s 1650 - 27 May 1728)
Mother*Ann Gwaltney (s 1652 - c 1727)
Birth*say 1682 He was born say 1682 at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia
Will4 Jan 1725/26 John named as heir(s) in the will of Edward Boykin at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, on 4 Jan 1725/26.1 
Death of Father27 May 1728 His father Edward Boykin died on 27 May 1728 at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia
Death*5 May 1729 He died at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, on 5 May 1729.2 
Biography* John Boykin died soon after his father who had given him his plantation of 530 acres "whereon I now live," for John died intestate, as an inventory of his estate, appraised by Frances Williamson, John Dunkley and Edward Harris, was recorded Feb. 23, 1729 (C II-25). Final account of his estate was presented by his brother Edward Boykin, Jr., March 27, 1730-31. (C II-57) (WB 3-255). The present printed records do not show his children, but a search of Isle of Wight deeds should show who deeded his land. The children of his brother Edward William and Thomas have been ascertained. He is said to have married Ann Williamson, but there is no proof. He left descendants in Isle of Wight (See 17c - 210). Francis Boykin of Northampton, N.C., is very probably his son, as he was not a son of any other of the children of Edward Boykin.
     Francis(3) Boykin [John(2), Edward(l)] was born in Isle of Wight, died in Northampton Co., N.C., in 1761. His will dated August 1, 1761, was probated Sept. Court 1761 (WB I-58). He married first, Millicent Williams; secondly Sarah, daughter of Lucy and Richard Wall. On May 18, 1748, Francis Boykin and Millicent, his wife, deeded John Boykin 290 acres in Northampton (BK 1-340). Richard Wall, father of Sarah Boykin, made his will in Northampton, Feb. 29, 1752, and mentioned among other children, his daughters SARAH BOYKIN and JUDITH DE LOACH (See HSF II-99). Francis Boykin moved to North Carolina before 1727, for James Turner of Isle of Wight, Va., deeded land to Francis Boykin of Bertie, in that year. (Bk B-306).
     Children of first wife Millicent Williams:
          I. Francis, m. Catharine Bryant.
          II. Mary, m. Samuel De Loach (See later).
          III. John, made his will in Northampton 1777.
          IV. Mildred, m. Richard Wall, Jr.
          V. Ann, m. Robert Williams and moved to Peedee District, S. C.
     Children of second wife, Sarah Wall. (She was the Step-Mother of Mary Boykin De Loach and the Aunt of Samuel De Loach, who was the husband of Mary Boykin De Loach).
          VI. Sarah (Selah) m. William Pace.
          VII. Henry
          VIII. Charles
          IX. Elizabeth
     Francis Boykin made the following transactions in Northampton which was formed from Bertie Co., N.C.
          Book I, page 340, 18th May, 1748, from Francis B. Boykin and Millicent Boykin, to John Boykin, conveying 290 acres in Northampton County; deed witnessed by William Boykin and Calia Taylor.
          Book 2, page 134, 25th February 1754, from Francis Boykin of Northampton County, and wife Sarah to Richard Wall, containing 175 acres. Deed acknowledged in February Court 1754.
          Book 2, page 344, 24th October 1754, grant from Earl of Granville to Francis Boykin, containing 281 acres, in Northampton County, N. C.
          Book 3, page 28, 1st July 1759, from Francis Boykin of Northampton County, to Arthur Wall, Jr., conveying 168 acres in Bertie County; consideration 20 lbs. Deed witnessed by MILDRED WALL; proved October Court 1759.
          Book 3, page 119, 4th May 1761, from Francis Boykin and Sarah Boykin, his wife, to William Arrington, conveying 281 acres being grant to Francis Boykin from Lord Granville, dated 24 October 1754. Acknowledged August Court 1761.
     Samue1(4) De Loach, son of William(3) De Loach, married Mary, daughter of Francis(3) Boykin. Samuel De Loach made his will in Edgecombe Jan. 30, 1764, probated April Court 1764. He left to his wife Mary "land left by my father-in-law, Francis Boykin of Northampton" and all slaves for the raising and schooling of my children for her widowhood or life; son and executor Williamwhat estate he's already possessed; dau. Molly Braswell; son Jesse, land; son Samuel plantation purchased of John Stinson; dau, Selah; son John land; dau. Millie; son Solomon; dau. Averilla Ruffin. Wits.: John Gasney, Thomas Bryant, John Faulk.
     The will of Mary (Boykin) De Loach was probated April 1774. Her legatees were: son William; Averilla , wife of Richard Ruffin; sons: Jesse. Samuel ; John; Solomon: dau. Molly Bloodworth, gr. son William Braswell. William Bloodsworth and Elijah to divide property between John and Solomon. (William' Edgecombe Wills, pp. 100-101).
     The above William De Loach, son of Mary (Boykin) and Samuel De Loach, moved first to Sumner Co., Tenn., and thence to Logan County, Ky., where in 1810 he issued deeds to his children. (For his descendants, see HSF I-246). William De Loach married in 1763 Purity Ruffin, daughter of William Ruffin and his wife Faith Gray. (See Gray and Ruffin families V.H.G.)
     William(3) Ruffin was the son of Robert Ruffin (1646-1693) of Surry County, who built the old Ruffin home on "Rich Neck Plantation", some time prior to his death.3 
Biography John Boykin-2nd(Edward-1) son of Edward and Ann Boykin-1st Virginia settler. Married An ?? Died 5 May 1729 in Isle of Wight Co., VA An inventory filed 28 Sept. 1729-30; estate closed 22 Feb. 1730-31 by his brother Edward Boykin, Jr. of NC (he had moved to Northampton Co., NC Issue:
1-Francis Boykin (3.13)
2-Thomas Boykin
(perhaps others, of whom I can find no records)
     3.13 Francis Boykin, at the time of his death he had lived in Northampton Co., NC. Will recorded in that county, dated 1 Aug. ?, recorded 17 Sept. 1761 (NC Wills-Olds)(Ancestral Records p.45) On 3 Aug. 1727 he bought 240 acres of land on "South Side of Meherrin River in NC from James Turner". There are numerous deeds to him and by him and by his wife, Sarah. Several to Richard Wall and Arthur Wall. In deed in Northampton Co., NC 1748 show Francis Boykin and Millicent, his wife. He was twice married. Deed to John Boykin 290 acres of land granted to Simon Bryant Nov. 1723. William witness. Will 1761 "wife and four children" "son John Boykin, daughter, Mildred Wall, son-in-law William Pace, grandsons Samuel and Francis Boykin""13 Dec. 1766. Robert Williams of Craven Co., NC Williams Pace and Selah Pace, Richard Wall and Mildred Wall, of Providence, NC Northampton Co." for the true love and natural affection which on old patent of James Turner, other new patent by Francis Boykin on the south side of Cypress Swamp in NC and Northampton Co." (NC Vol. Rec. Vol. 4, p.524) In 1740 in the list of jurymen for Bertie and Edgecomb Co., NC Francis Boykin. In 1740 settled there and granted in 1742 168 acres of land in Bertie Co., NC.
     1st wife, Millicent Williams (Boddie HSF 3; 102-6) Miss Jesse Boykin, LaGrange GA states that Millicent was a first cousin of Daniel Boone. She has in her possession school books referring to "Mr. John M. Boykin dated 1787-1795. Died between May 1748 and Feb. 1752 (pp.119-120-Ames-The Williams Family of Society Hill, SC p.105 Boddie, HSF Vol. 3)
     2nd wife Sarah Wall, dau of Richard and Lucy Wall (HSF Vol. II, p,99) Richard Wall Will 29 Feb. 1752-Aug. Court 1755 "Daughter Sarah Boykin, NC Wills-Grimes-p.390-1690-1760. On 13 Dec. 11792 Arthur Boykin granted 303 acres of land on Terrapin Branch in VA. Book 27-p. 377 VA Land Grants. (Arthur Boykin must have been named for Arthur Wall, a relative. Though he is mentioned as witness to wills and deeds, he cannot be located in any line.2
 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
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Citations

  1. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
    Copied from original will, recorded in Book 3, Isle of Wight Co, VA page 98.
  2. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
  3. "Boykin of Isle of Wight," Historical Southern Families, Vol. IIIFTM CD191.

Thomas Boykin1

Male, #47152, (say 1684 - 1750)
Father*Edward Boykin1 (s 1650 - 27 May 1728)
Mother*Ann Gwaltney1 (s 1652 - c 1727)
Birth*say 1684 He was born say 1684 at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia
Marriage* He married Mildred (?).1 
Death of Mothercirca 1727 His mother Ann Gwaltney died circa 1727. 
Death of Father27 May 1728 His father Edward Boykin died on 27 May 1728 at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia
Death*1750 He died in 1750. 
Biography* Thomas Boykin, son of Edward Boykin II, is mentioned as a "Brother' in the will of William Boykin, probated in Isle of Wight 1747 (Ante). Thomas and his brother Edward moved to Northampton Co., N.C., where Thomas made his will April 13, 1748, probated Feb. 1750. His legatees were: his wife Mildred; son Thomas, land and plantation; to Ann Craford, Martha Thornton, Elizabeth Strickland, Patience Strickland, one shilling each. (Probably his daughters, although not named as such). Executor and executrix, wife Mildred and son Thomas. Wits. John Simpson, Joseph Rogers, John Reynolds. (Grimes 43.)2 
Biography Thomas Boykin married Mildred. Will recorded in Northampton, Co., NC "April 13, 1748. Feb. Court 1750" He is referred to in various deeds by his father.
Issue:
1-Thomas Boykin-Grimes Wills "Thomas Boykin-witness for Thomas Moye in Bertie Precinct, NC p. 259. In NC Census of 1790, Wayne Co., p.1205. Thomas Boykin-one slave (NC Rev. War Rec. Thomas Boykin. (Will in back of book).
2-Ann Boykin mar. Mr. Crawford
3-Martha Boykin mar. Mr. Thornton
4-Elizabeth Boykin mar. Joseph Stickland, Jr. of I. of W. Co., VA died in 1755 in Northampton Co, VA
5-Patience Boykin mar. Mr. Strickland.1 

Family

Mildred (?) (say 1687 - )
Marriage* He married Mildred (?).1 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
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Citations

  1. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
  2. "Boykin of Isle of Wight," Historical Southern Families, Vol. IIIFTM CD191.

Mildred (?)1

Female, #47153, (say 1687 - )
Birth*say 1687 She was born say 1687.1 
Marriage* She married Thomas Boykin.1 
Married Name Her married name was Boykin.1 

Family

Thomas Boykin (say 1684 - 1750)
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Citations

  1. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.

John Boykin1

Male, #47154, (say 1712 - )
Father*William Boykin I1 (s 1680 - 19 Jun 1731)
Mother*(?) Burwell1 (s 1682 - )
Birth*say 1712 He was born say 1712 at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia
Will19 Jun 1731 William, John, Thomas, Simon and Martha named as heir(s) in the will of William Boykin I at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, on 19 Jun 1731.2 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
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Citations

  1. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
  2. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
    Cites: Wills of Isle of Wight Co., VA, Book 3, p 321-22.

Margaret Vickers1

Female, #47155, (say 1700 - )
Birth*say 1700 She was born say 1700.1 
Marriage*say 1720 She married William Boykin I say 1720.2 
Married Namesay 1720  As of say 1720, her married name was Boykin.1 
Birth of Sonsay 1722 Her son Thomas Boykin was born say 1722.1 
Birth of Sonsay 1724 Her son Simon Boykin was born say 1724.1 
Will19 Jun 1731 Margaret named as executor(s) in the will of William Boykin I at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, on 19 Jun 1731.3 

Family

William Boykin I (say 1680 - 19 Jun 1731)
Children
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Citations

  1. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
  2. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
    This marriage proved in Isle of Wight Co., VA Bonds-Chapman-5, page 52: "Margaret Vickers Boykin, widow of William Boykin, married Thomas Vaughan."
  3. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
    Cites: Wills of Isle of Wight Co., VA, Book 3, p 321-22.

Thomas Boykin1

Male, #47156, (say 1722 - )
Father*William Boykin I1 (s 1680 - 19 Jun 1731)
Mother*Margaret Vickers1 (s 1700 - )
Birth*say 1722 He was born say 1722.1 
Will19 Jun 1731 William, John, Thomas, Simon and Martha named as heir(s) in the will of William Boykin I at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, on 19 Jun 1731.2 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited5 Jan 2003

Citations

  1. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
  2. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
    Cites: Wills of Isle of Wight Co., VA, Book 3, p 321-22.

Simon Boykin1

Male, #47157, (say 1724 - )
Father*William Boykin I1 (s 1680 - 19 Jun 1731)
Mother*Margaret Vickers1 (s 1700 - )
Birth*say 1724 He was born say 1724.1 
Will19 Jun 1731 William, John, Thomas, Simon and Martha named as heir(s) in the will of William Boykin I at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, on 19 Jun 1731.2 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited5 Jan 2003

Citations

  1. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
  2. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
    Cites: Wills of Isle of Wight Co., VA, Book 3, p 321-22.

Martha Boykin1

Female, #47158, (say 1726 - )
Father*William Boykin I1 (s 1680 - 19 Jun 1731)
Mother*Margaret Vickers1 (s 1700 - )
Birth*say 1726 She was born say 1726.1 
Will19 Jun 1731 William, John, Thomas, Simon and Martha named as heir(s) in the will of William Boykin I at Isle of Wight Co., Virginia, on 19 Jun 1731.2 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited5 Jan 2003

Citations

  1. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
  2. Anne Jacobs Boykin (Mrs. Robert Neal) Murphy, History and Genealogy of the Boykin Family, Mrs. Robert Neal Murphy and Bernard Carter Boykin, Richmond, VA, 1964.
    Cites: Wills of Isle of Wight Co., VA, Book 3, p 321-22.

James Brigham (?)1

Male, #47159, (say 1914 - )
Birth*say 1914 He was born say 1914.1 
Marriage*say 1935 He married Lelia Eleanor Peacock say 1935.1 

Family

Lelia Eleanor Peacock (17 Jun 1917 - 28 Feb 1998)
Last Edited6 Jan 2003

Citations

  1. Robert C. Whitehead, "Malcom Robert Peacock Descendants"
    http://www.winterhawke.com/genealogy/welcome.htm

Bryan E. Maher (?)1

Male, #47160, (say 1914 - )
Birth*say 1914 He was born say 1914.1 
Marriage*say 1945 He married Lelia Eleanor Peacock say 1945.1 

Family

Lelia Eleanor Peacock (17 Jun 1917 - 28 Feb 1998)
Last Edited6 Jan 2003

Citations

  1. Robert C. Whitehead, "Malcom Robert Peacock Descendants"
    http://www.winterhawke.com/genealogy/welcome.htm