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The ancestors and descendants of John Mason Boyce and Margaret Leone Maxwell

[Susie B. Boyce]
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Warren, New Jersey? : S.B. Boyce, c1996]
58 p. : ill., geneal. tables, ports. (some col.).

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"Anniversary draft. This booklet is a souvenir of the celebration held June 8, 1996, in Athens, Georgia, to commemorate the 60th wedding anniversary of Eugene Maxwell Boyce and Louise Irene McCain."

John Mason Boyce (1879-1955), the son of John Miller Boyce (1848-1879) and Elva Euphemia Strong Boyce (1852-1918), was probably born at Pineville, North Carolina. He married Margaret Leone Maxwell (1879-1953), daughter of Ptolemy Philadelphus Maxwell (1834-1906) and Maggie C. Hunter Maxwell (1840-1884) in 1903. They had four sons, 1905-1913. He died at Bessemer City. Descendants lived in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and elsewhere.

Ancestors include: James Boyce (ca. 1740-1803) of Ireland, Pennsylvania and Charlotte, North Carolina -- James Strong (1709-1779) of Chester County, South Carolina -- Robert Maxwell (1766-1840) of Macklenburg County, North Carolina -- Henry Hunter (1751-1836), a Revolutionary War soldier, of County Derry, Ireland and North Carolina.

Other ancestral surnames include: Black -- Hamilton -- Strong -- Gaston -- Harris -- Ross -- Love -- Hill -- Hood -- Harrison.

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