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The descendants of Cheney Boyce, "ancient planter", and of Richard Craven for seven generations : including the following families - Briggs, Chappell, Coggins, Gee, Rives, Scott, Tatum and others

compiled by John Anderson Brayton
Brayton, John Anderson (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Winston-Salem, North Carolina : J.A. Brayton, c1996
xxiv, 486 p. : geneal. table.

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Cheney Boyce (ca. 1598-1643) immigrated to Virginia, ca. 1617. He and his wife, Joyce (ca. 1615-after 1661) were married ca. 1637 in Charles City County, Virginia. Their granddaughter, Bethia Boyce (ca. 1667-1725) was born in Charles City County, the daughter of Thomas Boyce (ca. 1638-after 1665). She married John Scott (ca. 1660-1724) ca. 1685. They had six children, ca. 1687-ca. 1697. John and Bethia Boyce Scott died in Prince George County, Virginia. Descendants listed, to ca. 1885, lived in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and elsewhere.

Includes the Briggs, Chappell, Coggin, Craven, Gee, Harris, Powell, Rives, Scott, Tatum and other allied families.

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