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The Broyles, Laffitte, and Boyd relatives and ancestors of Montague Laffitte Boyd, Jr., M.D.

Genealogical data : Broyles, Laffitte and Boyd families
[collected by Montague Laffitte Boyd, Jr., M.D.]
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [Atlanta] : E.S. Trosdal, [1959]. 60, 30, 30 p.

Cover title: Genealogical data : Broyles, Laffitte, and Boyd families.

Johanne Breil (John Broyles) and his family emigrated from Germany and settled in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, in 1717. His chiefly follows line of descent to Dr. Ozey Robert Broyles of the fifth generation. Ozey Robert Broyles (1798-1875) of "Astabula" Pedleton, South Carolina, married Sarah Ann Taliaferro (1803-1888) in 1823. They had ten children, 1823-1846. Descendants listed lived in South Carolina, Georgia, Colorado, Utah, Alabama, and elsewhere.

Includes the Beverly, Carter, Lockhart, Van Wyck and other related families.

Peter Laffitte (1670-ca. 1739) was born in France and and fled with his parents to Switzerland. He, with his wife, Mary, and son, Peter, emigrated from Switzerland with a colony of Hugenots in 1732 and settled in Purrysburg, South Carolina. His grandson, Peter Laffitte (1732-before 1787), married Mary Montague, ca. 1760. They had three children, 1763-1769. The family migrated to Savannah, Georgia, in ca. 1770. Descendants listed lived in Georgia, Florida, Texas, South Carolina, and elsewhere.

Includes the Tyler and other related families.

Reuben Boyd (1768-1827) and Mary Ann Bush (ca. 1777-1841) were married ca. 1805. They had four children, 1806-1823. Reuben and Mary Ann Boyd are buried in the Ellenton, South Carolina, cemetery. Descendants listed lived in South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, and elsewhere.

Includes the Trosdal, Webb, and other related families.

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