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    1. DS 96-04-29 --- Here is the birthdates of those Boyntons from Grandfather on. I would love to get the information all together some time and see if there is something more that you have that I am missing.
    2. I have had an extraordinary number of responses to my Boynton on-line materials. I have continued to update my ancestor list ( http://www.quine.org/boynton.html) and the detailed recent family tree ( http://www.quine.org/asb-tree.html). Perhaps more significantly, I have created a guest book with a tremendous amount of Boynton material that has been coming my way. You may find it helpful: "http://www.quine.org/guestboy.html" (this is the current page)
    3. DS 96-05-06--- Here are the birthdates for the missing Boynton family members
    4. TC 96-07-13 --- I was messing around on the net, and came to your genealogy page. I have done much work on the name Korper/Corper for the last 10 years. I am really a Corper ie Korper, my grandfather changed the name in the 1920s. Take a look at my Genealogy Page URL as in my Sig below. It will be nice to hear from you. Regards From UK Terry Cooper Happy Surfing :-) My Home page http://www.dungeon.com/~deltatango/homepage.html; My Genealogy page http://www.dungeon.com/~deltatango/genepage.html These are very impressive genealogy home pages - Doug
    5. BR: 96-12-23 "Boynton Book" --- My mother is a Boynton, a Decendant of William Boynton who came to Rowley in 1638 with his brother John. One interested in Boynton Geneology needs to get a copy of "Geneology of the Decendants of William and John Boynton" published in 1897. Compiled by John Farnham Boynton and his wife Caroline Harriman Boynton. This book has been reprinted by Higginson Book Company, Derby Square, Salem, MA 01970. Excellent book! - Rolfe Bradbury. (bradbury (at) inu.net ). I completely agree that this is the best source of information on the Boynton family that settled in the United States in 1638. I'm pleased to hear that there is a reprint of this book available. - Doug
    6. LC: 96-04-08. --- I am doing genealogy research on the Boynton Family. I saw your home page and note you go back 31 generations. I was wondering if you would share some of your information. I am particularly interested in the ancestry of Charles P. Boynton, 1853. I have most of the information you have prior to that point. If you can e-mail something that would be great
    7. LC 96-04-11 --- I was wondering if you could tell me who Charles P. Boynton, 1853 - ? married and his children, etc, right through yourself. Is that possible? I'm trying to fill in as many lines to present day as I can. I found the book that John Farnham published to be very good. He certainly put a lot of work into it. As for my mother-in-law, her line looks like this ...
    8. DS 96-05-07 --- As for the Boynton side I have been looking into the history of needlework samplers and found in one book "American Samplers"pg 130 refers to a sampler made by Abigal L. Boynton 1810, daughter of Enoch, who was the brother of Methusaleh 1777-1819. So she is a great,great..aunt of ours. I would love to find out where that sampler is today. It was privately owned somewhere in Mass. at the time the book was written which I believe was in 1930's. Stitching is my major hobby and I love old samplers, it would really be a thrill to reproduce something done by and ancestor.
    9. JC 96-07-08 --- I am researching the Boynton name. I have an Ann Boynton b. June 1, 1801 in North Briddlington, Yorkshire, England. She married a John S. Slightam of Millington, Yorkshire, England. They settled in Wisconsin in the Madison area. Ann's father was said to be Sir Francis Boynton. Is this a match? Do you have any other information on the Boynton's you'd be willing to share? I look forward to hearing from you. thanks for your assistance. I'm sorry that I can't help with a direct connection to the Boyntons that you are familiar with. My information is only related to the ancestors and descendents of: William Boynton (Yorkshire, England, moved to Rowley, USA; planter, weaver, tailor, teacher) 1605 Information about 32 generations including him you've probably already seen at: http://www.quine.org/boynton.html Information about my grandfather and the recent family tree is all located at: http://www.quine.org/asb-tree.html I would assume that when William (born 1605) came to the USA around 1636 that the Boynton family of interest to you rermained in Yorkshire. Perhaps yopu can find others who were related around that time and trace back from the early listings that I have in Yorkshire from 1605 and back. Unformunately, I have no information other than the since line of descendents before 1605. In this country I have descendents of William and John (brohters who came here) until about 1880 and then our branch of the family only since then as shown in my family tree page.
    10. GN 96-07-21 --- I visited your site and wanted to thank you for your efforts.
    11. PA 96-08-12 --- Hello! I ran across you web page and thought you might be interested to know about a new genealogy group that has been going for a few months. It is the Rowley-Roots list. The Boynton family originally settled in Rowley. We currently have over 60 members! If you are interested in joining us please let me know and I will send you instructions. Hope to hear from you! EMAIL TO: pattijoy (at) ix.netcom.com
    12. MA 96-08-14 --- EMAIL from Maiser (at) rmgate.pop.indiana.edu: WELCOME to ROWLEY-ROOTS, a list for those interested in the original settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts, their English ancestors, and their descendants in North America. For anyone who is looking for a discussion of the SURNAME ROWLEY, THIS IS NOT THE PLACE. However, if you have Web access, you can point your browser at T. W. http://www.discover.net/~rowleytw/ which is a page devoted to Rowley Surname Genealogy, operated by Tedd Rowley. This message contains important information about lists in general, as well as specific information about this list. Please take just a few minutes to read this message. Keep it so you can refer to it later. ************* HOW THE LIST OPERATES: The list is not moderated. Any message sent to it is automatically sent to everyone on the list. The discussion should be free, active, and lively, but please keep the feelings and sensibilities of the other participants in mind when you are composing a message. If you have a personal message for someone, please send it to their address, not the list server address. Any mail sent to ROWLEY-ROOTS will automatically be sent to everyone on the list. IMPORTANT ADDRESSES There are four addresses to learn. It is important to understand the differences among them. *THE LIST ADDRESS: ROWLEY-ROOTS (at) rmgate.pop.indiana.edu Use the list address to send messages to everyone on the list. *THE SYSTEM ADDRESS: MAISER (at) rmgate.pop.indiana.edu Use the system address for all other normal purposes, such as removing yourself from the list. *THE LIST ADMINISTRATOR ADDRESS: freemanrj (at) radix.net Your list administrator is Bob Freeman. *THE OPERATOR ADDRESS: LVS (at) rmgate.pop.indiana.edu is the address for Larry Stephens, who operates a large collection of genealogical and other lists. If you have questions about or problems with the software, he may be able to help. Put the name of our list (ROWLEY-ROOTS) in the subject line of your message if you contact him. HOW TO SUBSCRIBE: To subscribe to the list, send a message to the system address. Put SUB ROWLEY-ROOTS in the body of the message (not the subject line). HOW TO UNSUBSCRIBE: If your interests change and you want to stop receiving messages from ROWLEY-ROOTS, send a message to the same address with UNSUB ROWLEY-ROOTS in the body. DO NOT SEND SUBSCRIBE OR UNSUBSCRIBE MESSAGES TO THE LIST ADDRESS!!! If you do, they will be sent to everyone on the list. MODES You can set digest mode by sending SET ROWLEY-ROOTS DIGEST to the adminstrative address above. To go back to regular mail mode, send SET ROWLEY-ROOTS MAIL to the system address.
    13. DA 96-08-15 --- Hiya Doc, Nice set of pages you have. I just checked out your Boynton page (Hi Cuzz!) and your section on Beatles and Mozart. Very good! Will explore further next time.
    14. 96-08-16 --- Have you seen the Rowley Web Page?. I will add your name to the Rowley Ancestor list. CHECK OUT: NEW ENGLAND CONNECTIONS - http://www.netcom.com/~rhs1955/negc.html SULLIVAN CO N H GEN WEB - http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/5275/sullivan.html ROWLEY MA GEN WEB - http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/5275/rowleyma.html DIG DEEPER ROOTS JAMES A STREETER - SIR JAMES EMAIL: belle (at) quick.net
    15. BL 96-08-22 --- BYINGTON: Just started doing a little Web research on my husband's family history. We know that he's related to William Boynton (generation 21 on your list) who came to America and landed in Rowley. Soon after that, one relative or another changed the name to Byington. I'm still working on how that transition happened. Anyway, just wanted to say hello to a distant relative of my husband's. If you have time, and already have it assembled, I'd appreciate finding out how you found the sources for those early generations. If not, no big deal. Thanks for putting this information on line.
    16. TE 96-08-26 --- Thank you for replying so promptly to my Byington - Boynton question. My problem is that the family knows that it's line started with William Boynton but then the next latest information that they have starts in the mid-19th century. All the genealogists in the family have been pursuing a part of the line that married into the Byington family at that time-it contains a former assistant secretary of state. But I think there might be a third cousin who knows more about the Byingtons--if I can find her. Rumor has it that the Boynton/Byington change might have had something to do with a land deal. A sales agreement was written with a misspelling and nobody bothered to correct it. Sounds fishy to me, but I'll see what else I can find out. Stranger things have happened. I'll list below what I have so far. If it's something you can follow, give it a try. If not, I'll contact you when I have more useful information. FROM THE 19TH CENTURY: Augustus Byington m. Anna Eliza (birth dates were somewhere in the 1830s and married probably in the 1850s). They had two sons: Edgar Seaburn (or Seaborne) Byington, and Albert Byington. Edgar is my husband's great grandfather. He married Emily Jones. Edgar died young-just after the turn of the century. He and Emily had five sons: Hunter, Laurence, Richard, and Edgar. Richard is my husband's grandfather. He was born in 1900. FROM THE 17TH CENTURY: A lot of this is postulation-I could be totally off, but this is the only Boynton/Byington transition I've found so far. It also has a little more information on dates than you have in your genealogy, so I hope that's helpful There's a Byington descendent who is Mormon and on the Web who works in one of the big libraries there, if you're interested in contacting him ( http://www.provo.lob.ut.us/~rpyne/genealogy). William Boynton. Born about 1555. Of Wintringham, York, England. Died July 2, 1615 in Knapton, Wintringham, York, England. Burial, July 4, 1615. Married Janet Woode. William Boynton. Born 1605, Wintringham, Knapton, East Riding of York, England. Died: December 8, 1686, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. (Lived in Rowley). Married Elizabeth. 13 children (not many of them lived) Richard, John, Elizabeth, 2nd John, 2nd Elizabeth, Zachary, Zachariah, 2nd Zachary (twin), Joshua (twin), Mary, Cabel, Caleb, Sarah. This is where we split-you're descended from Joshua, but I think my husband's family is descended from Caleb. So here's what I know about Caleb. Caleb Boynton. Born 1650, Rowly, Essex, Massachusetts. Died September 13, 1708. Married Mary Moores. Eight children: William, John, Ann, Hepzebah, Caleb, Miss, Elizabeth, Mary. ; John Boynton. Born April 19, 1676, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts. Married Jane Westover in 1699 in Branford, New Haven, Connecticut. 19 children ALL WITH THE LAST NAME OF BYINGTON, NOT BOYNTON: Hannah, David, Jonathan, Robert, 2nd Hannah, Nathaniel, Mary, Jane, 2nd David, 2nd Jonathan, 2nd Robert, John, 2nd Nathaniel, 2nd Jane, 2nd Robert, 2nd Mary, Daniel, 2nd John, 3rd Robert. That's all I know. I think that if there's a 2nd or 3rd of the same name it means the 1st (or 2nd) died in infancy, but there are some inconsistencies in the list. We can count out the girls because we wouldn't inherit the name through them. That leaves the following as potentials for tracing the line: David Byington (twin): Born November 30, 1702, Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut. Died November 3, 1763. Married Mercy. Jonathan Byington (twin). Born November 30, 1702. Married Hannah Mallory on December 5, 1733 in Branford. Daniel Byington. Born September 18, 1711, Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut. Died November 11, 1781. Married Sarah Butler August 7, 1734 in Branford, New Haven, Connecticut. (If this is the correct line, it would be interesting because we unwittingly named our son Daniel. It just seemed to fit). John Byington. Born September 11, 1713, in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut. Married Sarah Chittenden, November 6, 1735 in Branford, New Haven, Connecticut.; Nathaniel???; 2nd David; 2nd Jonathan???; 3rd Robert??? --- In response to your old letter on the Byington family - I have finally found a quiet evening to explore some of the dozens of letters that have been coming my way. Regarding the Byington connection, I agree that John Boynton (baptised April 19, 1676) seems to have changed his name when he went to Connecticut. The comments in my book are: "Is this not the Boynton who went to Conn[ecticut] and 'called his name Byington?' as we find in Branford CT town records under the date of Oct 16 1710 that one 'Jon. Boyington [sic] entered his ear marks with a crosse on the right ear and a half penny on the fore side of the same," and in the Reg. of Deeds in Branford 'the thirty first day of January AD 1720, I John Byinton [sic], of Branford Co. of New Haven, Colony of CT of N.E., weaver, 4th Division of Land made over to me by John Swain & Thomas Whedon and Eunice the wife of Thomas Wheedon etc., etc., which doth accrue to me by right of my wife Jane, Relect or Widow of s'd Jno. Swain, deceased." Signed: John Byinton, her Jane O Byinton mark As we have no further record of this John in Mass., it seems quite conclusive that he was the progenitor of a large branch of the family in Conn. who spelled their name Byington, or Boyington." I note that within these quotes alone we see two spellings of Whedon/Wheedon as well as seeing Byinton, Byington, and Boyington. I have no idea what to make of the description of the mark that John made, I assume that the "ear" and "crosse" must be terms used in describing the shape of the mark that was created as a signature.
    17. TE 96-10-06 --- Doug - Thanks for the interesting information about the Byington/Boynton name change. What you found does confirm what I heard from a cousin. It was something to the effect that the name got misspelled on a land transaction and it would have taken several months to correct the change so they just left it. As the people back then didn't seem to be too concerned with name spellings, this story is beginning to sound plausible. It's nice to get a place and time associated with the story. Confirming the story also lets me know that we're on the right track as far as my husband's family being descended from the John Byington (Boynton) mentioned in the information you sent. It's what happens after that I don't know much about until the 1830s and then I don't have exact dates. The closest I can come is Augustus Byington who was born in the 1830s, married Anna Eliza in the 1850s and had two sons (probably also in the 1850s)--Edgar Seaburn (or Seaborne) Byington, and Albert Byington. Edgar is my husband's great-grandfather. Anyway, that's all I know so far. If/when I get more specific information I'll let you know. Thanks for all your help.

      (update 6 1/2 years later!) ------- [Boynton] May 23, 2003 "Augustus BYINGTON ... response to TE 96-10-06 (message 17 at http://www.quine.org/guestby1.html)" I have Augustus BYINGTON's father as Zina BYINGTON 1795-1886 b. CT, m. Huldah WEBSTER. Zinna;s father was Daniel BYINGTON 1773-1843. Daniel married 3 times. Zina's mother was Susan NORTON 1778-1803, Daniel's 1st wife. I am a descendant of Daniel's 2nd wife, Hannah ALCOTT. His 3rd wife was Herldan WAKEFIELD. That's some of what I have, plus brothers and sisters and some of their dates. My e-mail is mudder9651 (at) aol.com
    18. ME 96-08-27 --- I was very interested in your database for the Boynton surname, and I noticed you have a few question marks. My husband's family's name is also Boynton and a lot of the first names are very common in both familys. My husband's grandmother got their geneology done a number of years ago and it starts back with Sir Thomas Boynton (Knighted) and he is an ancestor of the Boyntons of Sudbury, Richmond Yorkshire and the Boyntons of Willerby and Rawcliff England. From the information we have on the family, your first 2 question marks appear to be where our family tree starts, Sir Thomas Boynton and Sir Henry Boynton were the sons of Sir Thomas Boynton who married Isabel daughter of Sir William Normanville, and had two sons who were Thomas and Henry. Our information goes right through until the mid 1940's or so for the New Zealand side of the family. It's on the bases above that I am certain they are all the same family, if you would like any more information, please do not hesitate to contact us, either by e-mail, phone or normal post,it would be really good to fill in all the blank spaces. Regards - NEW ZEALAND I have updated my Boynton Web Page with the Boynton Ancestors of William and John Boynton who came to Rowley in 1638. I discovered that I was missing their father (three generations of Williams inn a row were unexpected) and also I have added the meager information that I have available about the wifes and milestones of their ancestors to help distinguish between individuals. Without specific dates, repeating names names between generations becomes confusing. http://www.triskelion-ltd.com/boynton.html I'd appreciate any further information about these individuals - in most cases neither birth nor death dates are available but rather there is some event that places them alive in a particular year at an unknown age. - Doug
    19. PO 96-09-07 --- Slow in answering my mail. I have a MARY BOYNTON of Rowley who married John EASTMAN of Salisbury, MA Dec 1670 in Salisbury. Her father was said to be WILLIAM. Do you have any connections for me?
    20. PO 96-09-13 --- Have Mary Boynton, dau. of William and ?????, married to EASTMAN from Salisbury, MA. Do you have William's wife's family documented? A very belated response to your question. In regard to your Boynton ancestor, we share William Boynton (1606-) who immigrated to the USA as a common ancestor. He came to Rowley in 1638 with his brother John and a number of others in the autumn of 1638. He was assigned a lot on Bradford Stret to which he subsequently added largely by purchases in various parts of the county. He gave a farm to each of his children in his lifetime and the remainder of his estate to his wife, Elizabeth Jackson whom he brought with him. In the records he is called a planter and a weaver but in the deeds he is called a tailor. He taught school from 1656-1681 and was probably the first schoolteacher in Rowley, Massachusetts. His daughter Mary Boynton was born July 23 1648 and, as you know married John Eastman (son of Roger Eastman) of Salisbury MA on Nov 5 1672. John Eastman was born in 1640 and died March 25 1720. Joh and Mary's children were: 1/ Hannah Nov 23 1673 - Dec 8, 1673 2/ John Aug 24 1675- 3/ Zachariah Oct 24 1679- 4/ Roger Feb 26 1682 or 1683 5/ Elizabeth Sept 26, 1685 (married George Brown Apr 10, 1705) 6/ Thomas Feb 14, 1688 - Aug 27, 1691 7/ Joseph June 23, 1692. Obviously parenthood and medical care were rough back then ...
    21. SI 96-09-13 --- I am very much interested in the Boynton's since a couple of them were married to Hazelton/Hazeltine/Haseltine's which is the surname which I am interested in. My problem is that I am trying to keep my telephone bills down by restricting my online time. Is there any possibility of your helping me with my Boynton/Hazeltines on Rowley-Roots? The people I am interested in are:

      A. Ichabod Boynton m. Elizabeth Hazeltine b. 28 Oct 1683, Bradford. No more details on either of them. --- In response to Edward Sinker's request for more details about the Boynton-Hazeltine marriages I can offer the following from the Boynton Family book written by John Farnham Boynton and Caroline Harriman Boynton in 1897.

      [Ichabod is pages 55-56; his father John page 47; grandfather John pages 44-45.] Ichabod Boynton, born Apr 19 1676 or 1677, his will was proved May 8 1758. He was adm. to the chh. in Bradford in 1698. He was a school teacher in Bradford for 10 shillings a week from the first of September 1713 to the last of March 1714. He was a selectman in 1711. Ichabod married Elizabeth Hazeltine (daughter of Robert Hazeltine and Elizabeth Jewett Hazeltine) of Bradford on Feb 18, 1706. She was born in Bradford Oct 28 1683 and died April 1758. Ichabod was the third generation of Boynton in the USA and was the first son of Sergt. John Boynton. Ichabod and Elizabeth's children were Sarah, Abigail, Lydia, John, Rachel, Andrew, and Elizabeth. His father Sergt. John Boynton. (Sept 17 1647-Dec 22 1719 - husbandman and weaver). moved from Rowley to Bradford in 1679 and was one of the founders of the Bradford church in 1682. He became an elder there Mar 28, 1718. John Boynton with John Tenney and Philip Atwood were chosen by the town to purchase the land from the heirs of the Chief Sagamore Maschonnome. This they did for the sum of 6 pounds, 10 shillings; the deed was dated Jan 13 1701. Samuel English signed with the sign of a serpent, Joseph English signed with a bow and arrow, John Umpee signed with a new moon as his mark. Ichabod's grandfather was the John Boynton who immigrated to Rowley MA in 1638 with his older brother Williams. John was born at Knapton, Wintringham in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England in 1614. He was a tailor by trade but tilled the acre and a half of land asigned to him in 1640 next to his brother William's. He married Ellen ("Eleanor", "Helen") Pell of Boston. He died Feb 18 1670.

      B/ Hannah Boynton m. 1st Samuel Hazeltine 18 Feb.1768. No date or place of death for him and nothing on her.

      [page 68] .Hannah Boynton born June 18 1742 married 1st Samuel Hazeltine Feb 18 1768. He died 1776. She then married Captain John Lane Sept 21 1777. Hannah's father, John Boynton (born Bradford MA Aug 30 1713 was called John the Blacksmith and lived on Water Street in Haverhill until March 28 1760 when he sold out and moved to Buxton Maine (then called Narraganset #1). It is said he died in the Army in 1777 in a barn used as a barrack by the soldiers. Elisha Andrews watched by him the night he died. John Boynton was the 4th son of Ichadob Boynton and Elizabeth Hazeltine. Hannah's grandfather was the Ichabod Boynton described above!
    22. SI 96-10-06 --- Thank you very much for sending me this information and for supplying your source. By the way, there is no mention of Sergt. John Boynton's wife. Does that mean she is not known. It is good to see that you have your line back to England. Someone should be able to push it back further someday now that you have crossed the water. In regard to Sergt. John Boynton's wife:(Boynton Book page 47). Married first wife Hannah daughter of Solomon and Frances (Grant) Keyes, Mar 8 1675. She died in Bradford MA, April 11, 1717. He married 2nd Mary, widow of Simon Wainwright in Bradford, Feb 19 1718 (or) 1719. He died Dec. 22 1719. His widow married Joshua Boynton of Newbury, Oct 30, 1727. I hope this helps.
    23. BO 96-09-16 --- Hi! Hilkiah Boynton's daughter Priscilla married David Page and this leads to the McIntire family and so on. Thanks for the list of Boyntons.
    24. SS 96-09-18 --- Researching my paternal side BOYNTON. By any chance is General Israel Putnam in your tree? If so, perhaps we are sharing common ancestors. --- The Boyntons often come back to common ancestors but my reference book does not list General Putnam - even though I am well familiar with his park in Bethel, Connecticut. Perhaps you could help identify the Boynton relatives that you are familiar with and I can help figure out the connection. The only Putnam connection in the Boynton book (page 169) is: Thomas Boynton (born Hollis NH Dec 3 1763 married Hannah Putnam who was born May 17 1769. Moved to Guilford about 1797. His children from Hannah (his first wife):were Hannah, Abigail, and Sally
    25. KA 96-09-29 --- I was doing a Web search for "BOYNTON" and found your page. You're descended from William Boynton of Rowley, MA, and I'm descended from his older brother, John. Apparently my branch isn't as publicly documented, but various family members do have records. I"m visiting one in Texas next week to work on some genealogy stuff, and hope to investigate & verify the lineage back to John B. Meanwhile, some of our lineage, even though unverified, is posted at http://fly.hiwaay.net/~katherin . By all means have a look if you're interested. - Regards, katherine (at) cd-info.com -- The CD-Info Company, Inc., Publisher of The CD Information Center http://www.cd-info.com
    26. KA 96-10-06 --- I just got home, and did have a very good visit, and we even stumbled across a new line to explore on a CD-ROM at the library. Another descendent of one of our ancestors had apparently submitted a listing with more data than we had about John Duncan Harvey, who was an early Texas settler. We just had his name, but no dates or places or anything else, but the other branch had lots of stuff. With that information, Burney was able to fill out the entire line from his mother/my grandmother back for four previous generations. Burney did indeed have much more information about the Boynton family than I had, but we agreed that the Sarah Snow who married our Amos Boynton and moved to Wilkes Co., GA was not the daughter of Jonathan Snow, but probably a cousin. From some references we had it was apparent that there were possibly dozens of Sarah Snows in New England by that time (late 16th cent.) That was the 5th generation after Nicholas Snow had arrived on the Ann, and he and Constance Hopkins had 12 children, including several sons. I'm reasonably sure the Amos Boynton we are tracing is the right one, though, since we do have records from that time up to the present, and backwards to John Boynton, b. ~1603 in Yorkshire.
    27. AS 96-09-27 --- I have 5 BOYNTON's who married GAGE's in Worcester County, MA in the late 1700's. Can anyone identify who their parents were?
      1. Lydia BOYNTON, 1768-1849; married Nathaniel GAGE in 1790.
      2. Persis BOYNTON, 1769-1798; married Nathan GAGE in 1792.
      3. Sarah BOYNTON, 1770-1815; married Richard GAGE in 1794.
      4. Mary BOYNTON, 1771-1860; married Abraham GAGE in 1798.
      5. Betsey BOYNTON, 1777-1855; married Nathan GAGE in 1799.
      They were probably sisters, or at least close cousins. Thanks in advance - asak (at) aol.com) --- In response to your questions about Gage marriages to Boyntons I can offer the following: Jonathan Boynton (Aug 19 1684-Mar 16 1740) married Margaret (daughter of Jonathan and Sarah (Palmer) Harriman) June 6 1711. After Jonathan died, his widow married DANIEL GAGE of Bradford MA on May 12 1742. Betsey Boynton married Mr. Gage, lived in Wendall MA, died before 1821, had one son named Daniel. Betsey Boynton was the 6th of 8 children of David Boynton born 1742 who was in the French War and the revolution and drew a pension the last year of his life. He lived in Wendall MA and in 1822 moved to Hague NY and died there in 1834. [page 231-232 Boynton book].
    28. ra 96-09-16 --- Below is listed the members who are associated with each of the ancestors in the menber list.
           Boynton
                Douglas Boynton Quine
                 webmaster@triskelion-ltd.com
                 none
      
                Carol Pearson
                 Pearson1 (at) prodigy.com
                 Penacook NH
       
               William M. Chaplin
                chappy (at) loa.com
                East Providence, RI
      
                W.C. Sherman
                 wsherman (at) flash.net
                 Fort Worth TX
      
                Mariana Bean Ruggles
                 ybjf60b (at) prodigy.com
                 Chesapeake Beach MD
      
                George Waller
                 hbladm1 (at) uconnvm.uconn.edu
                 Ashford CT USA
      
                Chuck Johnson
                 johnson (at) mail.crosslink.net
                 Merry Point VA USA
      
                Bob Leutner
                 robert-leutner (at) uiowa.edu
                 Iowa City IA USA
      
                George Waller
                 hbladm1 (at) uconnvm.uconn.edu
                 Ashford CT USA
    29. ME 96-10-06 --- I hope this is some of the information you are looking for: Mathew Boynton, who m. Anne, dau. of Sire John Bulmer, of Wilton, and had three daus. Margaret, wife of William Brobysher; Anne, m. William Norton; and Cicely, Maid of Honour to Queen Elizabeth, m. Edmund Norton, of a son and heir, Sir Francis boynton High Sheriff of Yorkshire in 1569, who m. Dorothy, dau. and co-heiress of Sir Christopher Place, of Halnaby. He d. 9 April 4617, was s. by his only surviving son Sir Mathew Boynton. Regards This appears to be a different part of the Boynton family that the line that I have been able to trace back to this era.
    30. SO 96-11-12 --- I m looking for info on an Elizabeth Boynton who married Elnathan Blood on 26 Nov 1741 in MA. Is she the Elizabeth Boynton who was born 21 May 1715 in Rowley? Thanks, solar (at) agate.net My records indicate that Elizabeth Boynton born July 10, 1720 in Rowley married Elnathan Blood on Nov. 26 1741. Elizabeth was the 8th of 12 children born to Benoni Boynton (born Feb 25 1681) and Ann Mighill who married April 4 1706. Benoni Boynton was the son of Joseph Boynton and grandson of John Boynton (who settled in Rowley). I have infomation about sibling's dates and their parents and family but no` further information about Elizabeth Boyonron nor Etnathan Blood. (page 53, Boynton Family History and Genealogy, 1897)
    31. JD 96-11-27 --- Boynton/ Dresser Inquiry --- While doing some research on my family line, I came across your Boynton Family Genealogy page. It said that you have information on 32? generations. I reviewed the tree, but I suspect that not all the names are listed. Maybe you can tell me if you have any information on a Mary Boynton. I am actually researching her husband, John Dresser, but so far, I have not been able to link him to any parents. I'm hoping that someone with a Boynton genealogy may have the info I'm searching for. Here is what I know: John Dresser (b. cir 1765 ?), place unknown, moved to Pomfret, VT in 1790 after the census. There he married a Mary Boynton on 8 Jul 1790. Their first 2 children were born there; John in 1791 and Sarah in 1795. I have been to Pomfret, VT and obtained copies of the marriage and birth registries, but found no reference to where he came from. Around 1796, they moved to Barnston, Canada. Their next 2 children were born there. In 1838, the entire family, to include spouses of their children and grandchildren, moved to Ohio, then a couple years later to Iowa, where most of the clan still lives today. I have the family's complete genealogy from John to present. No one has yet been able to connect John to any family. Any help or suggestions you have have would be very much appreicated. Hope to hear back from you soon. Jim (jdresser (at) plainfield.bypass.com) of Jim or Janet Dresser, Groton, Vt Visit our temporary homepage at http://plainfield.bypass.com~pbraig/homepg1.htm I have a linear list of ancestors going back 32 generations: http://www.quine.org/boynton.html. I also have a "complete" family tree down from my grandfather: http://www.quine.org/asb-tree.html As you can appreciate, the complete family tree of the Boynton family would be thousands of pages long. Just the most complete available family tree (Boynton family History and Genealogy) from the settlement in Rowley, Massachusetts in 1638 to 1896 runs about 304 pages of small print. It lists 4 Dresser / Boynton marriages none of which apperar to be the one you seek: A/ Hannah Boynton (baptised Apr 5 1696) married John Dresser of Rowley on Apr 2 1724. They had 6 children. B/ Sergt. Richard Boynton of Rowley MA (Nov 11 1675-Dec 25 1732) married Sarah Dresser of Rowley MA (Apr 4 1678-Apr 26 1759) on Dec 24 1701. They had 7 children. C/ Dorothy Boynton of Rowley MA (May 13 1708 - Aug 22 1761) married Samuel Dresser (born May 23 1707) of Ipswitch MA on Apr 26 1732. They had 7 children. D/ Amasa Boynton (born between about 1810 and 1815, son of Mary Boynton Jun 1 1773- Mar 23 1870) married Eleanor Dresser and had 1 son. - Doug
    32. JD: 96-12-01 "Dresser / Boynton Connection" --- Doug, - Thank you for anwering my inquiry. I did have all the information you sent on the Dresser/Boynton connections A, B, & C you mentioned. However, connection D was new to me. I have added that info to my database. If you have any additional information on Eleanor Dresser that married Amasa Boynton, I could use it to help make a connection from Eleanor to her family. Also, if you ever comes across any information on the Mary Boynton/John Dresser connection I am searching for, please keep me in mind. - Jim or Janet Dresser (jdresser (at) plainfield.bypass.com)
    33. HE: 96-11-25 "Please Explain! Abbott & Boynton Apprentice" --- At 05:20 PM 11/22/96, Gayle Montgomery wrote: Could someone please explain this to me. Regarding my ggggggggGrandfather, who lived in Rowley 4 years before his death, dying in 1647--- Ipswich, MA Court. Rec.IV p.41 "30-1mo.1647 - The court sitting at Ipswich ordered a warrant issued for George Abbott, Thomas Abbott Sr., Thomas Abbott Jr., and Nehemiah Abbott about putting out of town by the town of Rowley of one of the sons of George Abbott. Permission given to the town to set forth Thomas Abbott Jr. son of George Abbott of Rowley to be apprentice to John Boynton for seven years. Boynton to pay Thomas Abbott Jr. =A35, at end of term, provided that it be not fully concluded until next court so his father might have an opportunity to object." Per Early Settlers, Blodgette and Jewett: George had 4 sons who came with him from England, TWO were named Thomas therefore we have Thomas Sr. and Thomas Jr. (The elder and the younger) George died after Mar 30 1647 and before Aug 30 1647, that I beleive unravels the dates. I suspect that Thomas, who at this point had just about reached majority (he died 1695 age 69.) was some sort of a problem and the "putting out of town" is to prevent him bcoming a ward of the town (much like a warning out but here they were taking action. A more charitable interpretation would be the father was sufficiently ill that he could no longer control his family and this action was taken to help. The apprenticship puts Thomas in secure postion, removing the potential of him becoming a town ward. Unfortunately town records before 1647 no longer exist. If you don't have access to the book and want a copy of the pertinent pages, drop me a note and I'll mail to you.. Regards - Bob (heritage (at) snet.net) A further response: 96-11-25 "Please Explain!!! Abbott & Boynton Apprentice" --- I'm descended from John BOYNTON of Rowley. My last Rowley ancestor was Amos BOYNTON, b. 1742, who left Rowley and lived variously in Fitzwilliam, NH, Windsor Co., VT (and probably Shrewsbury, MA before that) and settled his family in Wilkes Co., GA around the turn of the century. He was called a "taylor" (tailor) according to Rev. John Norton's _History of Fitzwilliam, NH_. While that doesn't necessarily mean his gr-gr-grandfather was also a "taylor" it's not impossible -- Rowley was apparently a milltown that produced cloth, and tailors would have had plenty of raw material for their trade there. I'm working on a webpage, which while unfinished is available at http://fly.hiwaay.net/~katherin I've put Amos Boynton's pedigree chart on there, and linked it from the BOYNTON page which is accessible from the homepage. Cheers - Kathy (katherine (at) cd-info.com)
    34. DQ: 96-11-26 "Boynton Apprentice Response" --- The John Boynton who immigrated to Rowley in 1638 was a "tailor" by trade but tilled the acre and a half of land that was assigned to him in 1640 next to that of his older brother William. (History of the Boynton Family, 1896). Perhaps this offers some insights for Thomas Abbott Jr's apprenticeship. - Doug
    35. CO: 96-11-27 "Boynton Line" --- Here are a couple names I'm looking for in the Boynton line. Thanks for the help. Samuel born 1660 - died when: he had a son, Daniel, born 5/26/1692 in Groton, MA. Any information on Daniel, wife, children? Abraham, born 10/30/1709 had a son, John. John was born 7/23/1748 and died 3/5/1783. He married Rhoda Shattuck on 2/3/1780. Did they have any children? Any dates on Rhoda? They were married in Pepperell, MA. He died shortly after they were married. Anyone know the cause? Abraham also had a son named Abraham who was born 11/20/1750 in Hollis NH. Anyone have any information on him? Date of death or location? He had several children. (Abraham is my husband's gggg grandfather). I'm trying to fill in as many pieces as possible. Abraham also had a son named Joseph. He was born either 3/26/1789 or 3/26/1787. A note I have says he stutied medicine and moved to New York. Anyone have any information on him? John Boynton, born 12/3/1786 in Groton, MA, died 1/4/1859 (?). He married Sarah Tenney from Hollis, NH. Would like information on his children, John, Moses, Sarah, Mary. Thanks for the help, Lisa (cozzens (at) tuxedo.ENET.dec.com) Sorry to take so long to answer you. I have the birth, date, spouse, children information for all of these people until John 1786. His only information is: "born April 8 1786; married and moved to Vermont; had one son and two daughters, all died years ago" (per History of the Boynton Family, 1896) Presumably William Jewett married one of the daughters. Tell me what information you seek from the others and I'll send it along when I return from Thanksgiving. (There is a lot of data since some of these boys came from families of 12 siblings each of whom is described with dates.) - Best - Doug
    36. 75: 96-11-27 "Maximillian Jewett - Boynton Links" --- Hi all - I am trying to fill in some holes in my Boynton line. Does anyone have any info on Maxmillian Jewett? Birthdate, deathdate, parents, and a marriage date to Ellenor E Pell. She was married also to John Boynton, Sr. My line descends through that marraige but I would like the particulars for her other marrage. Thank you for any help you can offer....Deborah:>} - ( 75477.2412 (at) CompuServe.COM) Torrey has BOYNTON, John (1614-1671) m. bef 21:2m:1644 Ellen/Eleanor PELL, Boston; res Rowley & Salisbury JEWET. Maxillion (1607-1684) m 30 Aug 1671 Eleanor PELL (-1689) wid, John BOYNTON m3) 1686 Daniel WARNER. Pope says Ellen PELL was a maid servant of Atherton HAUGH, admitted to the church at Boston 4:5m:1641. There was a Joseph PELL of Boston with a wife Elizabeth ____, but that was probably a second marriage, she being widow of Nathaniel (H)EATON. Eaton was alive in 1638 when he fled to Virginia. This Elizabeth could not have been the mother of Ellen/Eleanor PELL who married in 1644 and was thus born well before Elizabeth's marriage to Joseph PELL. Torrey also mentions a Joseph PELL who married in Boston, England 5 Oct 1637 Johana/Hannah COCKETT/COUSHETT. This may be the same Joseph, but would still be too late to be parents of Ellen/Eleanor. What's your source on her death date of 1669/70 - that would be before her husband's death and her marriage to JEWETT? Pope says John BOYNTON, sen, bur 18 Feb 1670. That would be 1670/71. I strongly suspect the 18 Feb 1669/70 date you have as death of Eleanor is in fact the burial of her husband with someone assuming the 1670 was 1669/70 rather than 1670/71. Also, I suspect the record says "in his 58th year" which someone supposed meant he was 58 and subtracted that from 1670 to get 1612. "In his 58th year" means he was 57 (in current usage we say someone is in their first year of life meaning under the time from birth to age 1, but we doen't usually extend it; that is, we say someone is 1 rather than in their second year). So subtracting 57 from 1671, you get 1614. -- Lin (ethelind (at) athens.net)
    37. MI: 96-11-26 --- "Maximillian Jewett - Boynton Links - Further Responses" --- For the parentage of Maximilian Jewett (properly "Jowett"), see Tracy Elliot Hazen, "Two Founders of Rowley, Mass.," NEHGR, 94 (1940), 99-104. Maximilian's father is Edward Jowett, clothier, sometime of Eccleshill (a village in the parish of Bradford, in the West Riding of Yorkshire), who was buried in Bradford 4 Feb. 1614/15. Edward married in Bradford, on 1 Oct 1604, Mary Tayler, sister of Samuel Tayler and daughter of William Tayler; after the death of her first husband, she married (Bradford, 7 Aug. 1616) William Lister, and was buried at Bradford on 23 May 1626. Maximilian Jowett was baptized in Bradford on 4 Oct. 1607, and was buried at Rowley, MA, on 19 Oct. 1684. He married Ellen (Pell) Boynton at Rowley on 30 Aug. 1671; it was the second marriage for both (his first wife, Ann, whose surname is unknown, was buried at Rowley 9 Nov. 1667). --- Michael Palmer (mpalmer (at) netcom.com)
    38. MI: 96-11-26 --- "Maximillian Jewett - Boynton Links - Another Response" --- According to Tracy Elliot Hazen, "Two Founders of Rowley, Mass.," NEHGR, 94 (1940), 104, Ellen or Eleanor (not "Eleanor E") died at Rowley on *5 Aug. 1689*. She was married and widowed three times: (1) to John Boynton, who is almost certainly the individual who died (or was buried) on 18 Feb. 1669/70; (2) at Rowley, 30 Aug. 1671 (as his second wife), to Maximilian Jowett, who was buried at Rowley 19 Oct. 1684; and (3) at Ipswich, 1 June 1686, to Daniel Warner, Sr. --- Michael (mpalmer (at) netcom.com)
    39. KA 96-11-26 "Maximillian Jewett - Boynton Links - Third Response" --- I'm descended from John BOYNTON and Elinor/Ellenor/Ellin PELL of Rowley. I show John's date of death as 18 Feb 1670/71 (from "Vital Records of Rowley, Mass. to the end of the year 1849"), and Mr. Jewett was Ellin's 2nd husband, married on 30 Aug 1671 in Rowley (with her name indicated as "wid. CT.R." I have her date of death as 1694, not 1669/70. Is it possible that your source confused Elinor's and John's dates of death? Children of John BOYNTON and Elinor PELL, were Joseph (ca. 1641-1730), John (b. 1647), Mercie (b. 1651), Hannah (b. 1654), and Sarah (b. 1658.), all documented by the VR of Rowley mentioned above. --- Regards, Kathy
    40. CO 96-11-27 "Boynton" --- Here are a couple names I'm looking for in the Boynton line. Samuel born 1660 - died when: he had a son, Daniel, born 5/26/1692 in Groton, MA. Any information on Daniel, wife, children? Abraham, born 10/30/1709 had a son, John. John was born 7/23/1748 and died 3/5/1783. He married Rhoda Shattuck on 2/3/1780. Did they have any children? Any dates on Rhoda? They were married in Pepperell, MA. He died shortly after they were married. Anyone know the cause? Abraham also had a son named Abraham who was born 11/20/1750 in Hollis NH. Anyone have any information on him? Date of death or location? He had several children. (Abraham is my husband's gggg grandfather). I'm trying to fill in as many pieces as possible. Abraham also had a son named Joseph. He was born either 3/26/1789 or 3/26/1787. A note I have says he stutied medicine and moved to New York. Anyone have any information on him? John Boynton, born 12/3/1786 in Groton, MA, died 1/4/1859 (?). He married Sarah Tenney from Hollis, NH. Would like information on his children, John, Moses, Sarah, Mary. Thanks for the help, --- cozzens (at) tuxedo.ENET.dec.com (Lisa Cozzens)
    41. DA: 96-11-30 "Boynton Genealogy Link?" --- Browsing your Boynton web page, I found a possible link with your ancestors. I have a Joshua Boynton, born 1679, son of a Joshua Boynton, born 1646, son of a William Boynton, born ? You have the same sequence of Boyntons with the same dates. Your page doesn't have spouses so I couldn't absolutely confirm it. Here's what I know of mine: William Boynton married Elizabeth Jackson and had Joshua in 1646. Joshua Boynton married Hannah Barnet and had Joshua in 1679. Joshua Boynton married Marry Dole (born in 1681) and had David in 1712. David Boynton married Mary Stickney (born 1711) and had Amos in 1766. Amos Boynton married Lucy Loring and had Polly Boynton. Polly married and the name changes a couple of times through daughters, down to my generation. It appears that we share Joshua Boynton, born 1679 as an ancestor. He evidently had at least two sons, Enoch (your ancestor) and David (my ancestor). The earliest location I have for this line is the marriage of Polly's great grand-daughter in 1846, in Machias, Maine. I would be grateful for any additional information you have on our common ancestors. --- Dick Aitkins (daitkins (at) excell.com)
    42. RO 12/04/96 "Boynton Genealogy" --- Do you have the ancestors of Enoch Boynton m. Rachel Foster c 1750 in GED format? I would appreciate it if you could provide. I am sorry that I have nothing in GED format. Everything that I have is in a book and family records, there is nothing computerized except for the two home pages that I have posted: http://www.quine.org/boynton.html and http://www.quine.org/asb-tree.html
    43. ST 96-12-07 "Boynton page" --- Most of the Boynton's trace back to 1140's in England. Two brothers came to this country early in its settlement. My side of the family have been seafaring folk for generations. Lots of Williams and Lewis's on my side. Interesting page. --- David Heining-Boynton --- student (at) rs6k.meredith.edu Thank you for the comments on the Boynton family. The details of the Boynton line back 32 generations are available on my page: http://www.quine.org/boynton.html. The http://www.quine.org/asb-tree.html page that you saw is the immediate family tree while the other page is the longer distance (but only a single line) listing.
    44. SP 96-12-28 " Bessie Blanche Boynton Thoits" --- Hi. I came looking for this ancestor, who died in 1945. Area was Conway NH, we think. Married Harry Thoits, had three children: 1. Norman 1906-1947 (m. Elsie Silver); 2. Everett (? - 1944); 3. Beverly (1909 - 1947). Any references to her? Thanks for the reference to the book as well - appreciate it. --- Steve Ivas (Spivas (at) aol.com) Steve - Unfortunately the book ends in 1896 so there are no references to these people. I'd suggest that you try the Rowley Roots subscrioption list as they seem to have an unlimited amount of information on the Boynton family. - Doug
    45. SP 96-12-30 "Bessie Blanche Boynton Thoits" --- Thanks for the kind advice. I will try that method. --- Steve Ivas (Spivas (at) aol.com)
    46. MA 96-12-31 "Boynton genealogy" --- Have only just started by Boynton genealogy search. My maiden name was Boynton. To date I am only back to a Milo A. Boynton born in 1849 in Michigan. His father was born in Massachusetts, but don't know his name. Don't even know if I'm related to any one on your particular Boynton branch, but will keep checking your home page as I obtain more genealogy info. Who knows, I may or may not be related. Keep up the wealth of info. --- maddeo (at) goodnet.com (Madeleine Parrott) I checked in my Boynton book and Milo is not listed which suggests that he is not a descendent of John and WIlliam Boynton who settled in Rowley Mass in about 1638 (the book lists their descendents until 1896) - unless he was from one of the branches of the family that the authors of the book lost track of. Even a 350 page genealogy book is incomplete in places. - Doug.
    47. CO 96-11-27 "Boynton" --- Here are a couple names I'm looking for in the Boynton line. Samuel born 1660 - died when: he had a son, Daniel, born 5/26/1692 in Groton, MA. Any information on Daniel, wife, children? Abraham, born 10/30/1709 had a son, John. John was born 7/23/1748 and died 3/5/1783. He married Rhoda Shattuck on 2/3/1780. Did they have any children? Any dates on Rhoda? They were married in Pepperell, MA. He died shortly after they were married. Anyone know the cause? Abraham also had a son named Abraham who was born 11/20/1750 in Hollis NH. Anyone have any information on him? Date of death or location? He had several children. (Abraham is my husband's gggg grandfather). I'm trying to fill in as many pieces as possible. Abraham also had a son named Joseph. He was born either 3/26/1789 or 3/26/1787. A note I have says he stutied medicine and moved to New York. Anyone have any information on him? John Boynton, born 12/3/1786 in Groton, MA, died 1/4/1859 (?). He married Sarah Tenney from Hollis, NH. Would like information on his children, John, Moses, Sarah, Mary. Thanks for the help, --- cozzens (at) tuxedo.ENET.dec.com (Lisa Cozzens)
    48. DA 96-11-30 "Genealogy Link? --- Browsing your Boynton web page, I found a possible link with your ancestors. I have a Joshua Boynton, born 1679, son of a Joshua Boynton, born 1646, son of a William Boynton, born ? You have the same sequence of Boyntons with the same dates. Your page doesn't have spouses so I couldn't absolutely confirm it. Here's what I know of mine: William Boynton married Elizabeth Jackson and had Joshua in 1646. Joshua Boynton married Hannah Barnet and had Joshua in 1679. Joshua Boynton married Marry Dole (born in 1681) and had David in 1712. David Boynton married Mary Stickney (born 1711) and had Amos in 1766. Amos Boynton married Lucy Loring and had Polly Boynton. Polly married and the name changes a couple of times through daughters, down to my generation. It appears that we share Joshua Boynton, born 1679 as an ancestor. He evidently had at least two sons, Enoch (your ancestor) and David (my ancestor). The earliest location I have for this line is the marriage of Polly's great grand-daughter in 1846, in Machias, Maine. I would be grateful for any additional information you have on our common ancestors. --- Dick Aitkins (daitkins (at) excell.com)
    49. DA 12/04/96 "Boynton Genealogy in GED Format" --- Do you have the ancestors of Enoch Boynton m. Rachel Foster c 1750 in GED format? I would appreciate it if you could provide. Darryl - (rowles (at) maine.maine.edu). I am sorry that I have nothing in GED format. Everything that I have is in a book and family records, there is nothing computerized except for the two home pages that I have posted: Boynton Genealogy and Recent Boynton Family Tree - Regards - Doug
    50. AS 97-01-05 "BATCHELDER journal" --- Help! My Rowley ancestor, Thomas GAGE, was appointed a Lieut. as early as Aug. 1696 and was slain Aug. 13, 1707 on the disastrous expedition against Port Royal in Nova Scotia. The following is the copy of an entry in Journal kept by Josiah BATCHELDER, who went on that expedition: 'Aug. ye 13, being wensday . . . Lieutenant GAGE killed by a great shot in his tent.'" This quote appears to be the only source for GAGE's getting killed by a cannonball. Does anyone out there know how or where I can get a copy of this journal (or portion of it)? ---- Asa K. Gage (asak (at) aol.com)
    51. QU 97-01-14 "Boynton Family" --- I am seeking information on the following Boynton family members, Abigail (Nabby) Boynton married to Jessie Shattuck; Abijah Boynton married to Sarah Chamberlain; Amos Boynton married to Mary Parker; Annie Boynton married to Richard Libby; Edmund Boynton married to Elizabeth Wesson; Are they a part of your family? If so I would be interested to learn more about them. --- Faye (quodon (at) cybersol.com)
    52. AD 97-01-18 "Boynton Genealogy" --- Hello! My name is Adam C. Hunley. I am a descendant of Sgt. Caleb Boynton, , son of John and Elinor (Pell) Boynton.. Is he connected to your line of Boyntons? He lived in Rowley. I think he must be your ancestral uncle or cousin. Please answer when you can. thanks, Adam (Hunlee (at) aol.com)
    53. KA 97-01-20 "Boynton links" --- I've just uploaded a new version of my Boynton page -- now with a link to yours -- at Katherine Cochrane's Boynton Home Page --- Cheers, Katherine (katherine (at) cd-info.com) Many thanks for the update. I'll update my page with your link on my return from the current business trip.
    54. HU 97-01-22 "Boynton Genealogy" --- Hello! I am descended from Sgt. Caleb Boynton, son of John and Elinor (Pell) Boynton. Is this the same line as your Boyntons. If so please let me know I would love to have some of your files. thanks, --- Hunlee (at) aol.com I am sorry to be taking so long to respond to your question but I am on a business trip and my reference book is at home. I do remember seeing a Caleb Boynton. I'll try to check this weekend. Regards - Doug
    55. BB 01/23/97 "Boynton Genealogy" --- Hi - My name is Robert Lloyd Boynton. I live in Reno, Nevada and some of my family migrated west to California from Revere, MA. I enjoyed reading your "32 Generations" BBoynton (at) aol.comThanks for your kind words. It makes the trouble of creating and maintaining web pages worth the effort. - Doug
    56. JS 97-01-26 "BOYNTON/SHACKFORD Connections" --- Hello - I ran across your page from the Essex home page. I'm busily looking for information tracing the Shackford line and believe it runs into the Boynton's as shown below. Would love any information you have on Caleb. This connection was provided to me by Kathy Shackford with whom I'm sharing written coorespondance since she is not on the NET. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer. And if you want more about the Shackford side of this, I'll be glad to provide what I've collected so far. Descendants of Caleb Boynton Generation No. 1 1. CALEB1 BOYNTON. He married MARY SHACKFORD, daughter of Samuel Shackford and Mary Coombs. Notes For whom Boynton street and the Boynton school in Eastport are named. (Kathy Shackford) ----- Joanne (jsparkes (at) iname.com)
    57. WA 97-02-08 "Byington" --- I am interested in contacting anyone researching Byingtons of Vermont. I am looking for the Edmund Byington family. The only evidence I have that they existed is that he was listed as a witness to a Quaker marriage in Ferrisburg VT in 1829. I hope he had a daughter Susannah who married Nathaniel A. Austin Jr. about 1819. --- Walker (at) interaccess.com (Bill Walker)

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    58. [Boynton] Feb 9, 1997 "SHACKFORD" (found site through: search for SHACKFORD connections) --- Looking for details on SHACKFORD BOYNTON marriage. Apparently Caleb BOYNTON married Mary SHACKFORD. Dont have much more as of yet. --- from Joanne Shackford Parkes -- email: jsparkes (at) iname.com
    59. [Boynton] Feb 10, 1997 "Boynton-Shackford Update"... --- Thank you so much for your help. Do you by chance know the ancestors (at least one generation) of Caleb Boynton and the children he had with Mary Shackford? This will close off one chapter of my Shackford hunt. Thanks. Joanne -- email: jsparkes (at) iname.com
    60. [Boynton] Feb 10, 1997 "Boynton Family"... --- I am researching my husband's family history. This is the information that we have received from his great aunt Helen. Jeremiah Kenison(Kennison) married the daughter of Gen.(?) Boynton of the Revolutionary War. They had a son named Jonathan. He married an Emily Baker and had five children. One of their children, Emily, was born in 1836 in Eaton(?), Mass and married Jethro Butler Pray in 1853 in Danvers, Mass. The other children were Mary Ann, Clara, Hattie and Erastus. I am hoping since I found your home page in the Essex County GenWeb Page that perhaps you might have some information that could help us. Thanks Rhonda Daves -- file: waumpin (at) ptw.com
    61. [Boynton] Feb 16, 1997 "Wife and parents of John PARSONS"... --- Looking for the wife and parents of John PARSONS. According to "The Boynton Family, A Genealogy Of The Descendants Of William And John Boynton" by John F. and Caroline H. Boynton, 1897, John PARSONS' dau. Christian married Caleb BOYNTON who was b. 24 Nov 1685 Ipswich, MA son of Caleb and Mary (MOORE) BOYNTON. Children of Caleb and Christian: i William BOYNTON b. 12 Sep 1712, m 20 Feb 1734 Hannah Jones and later m. Esther WYMAN. ii Rachel Boynton b. 10 Oct 1715. iii John Boynton b. Mar 1916 in York, ME, m. Sarah Hilton. iv Joshua Boynton b. 17 Oct 1720 in York, ME. v Elizabeth Boynton b. 14 Sep 1723. vi Caleb Boynton b. 4 Feb 1725/1726 in York, ME. vii Anna Boynton b. 23 Feb 1726/1727 viii Hepzibah Boynton b. 5 May 1731 TIA, David Sylvester -- email: davids (at) davids.sdi.agate.net at http://www.agate.net/~davids/ e-mail is: jsparkes (at) iname.com

      I have no information on Parsons but there is a Boynton Web Page that may have some information. Is there any chance the Caleb Boynton you show is the same one shown below - son of Caleb and Christian? 1. CALEB BOYNTON died Aug 5, 1804 (Source: E-mail from Douglas Quine, webmaster@triskelion-ltd.com). He married MARY SHACKFORD Aug 30, 1762 (Source: E-mail from Douglas Quine, webmaster@triskelion-ltd.com), daughter of Samuel Shackford and Mary Coombs. Notes For whom Boynton street and the Boynton school in Eastport are named. (Kathy Shackford ________________________) Moved to Passamaquoddy ME about 1785 and were among the earliest settlers of the town now known as Eastport. They moved from there to Deer Island, New Brunswick in a village called Fairhaven. (E-mail frm Douglas Quine, webmaster@triskelion-ltd.com)
    62. [Boynton] Feb 16, 1997 "Am I Related to You???" (found site through: I entered a search for boynton.) --- Hi my name is Anne Boynton. I was wondering if you are related to me. I live in Ligonier PA, and I have relatives in florida, and Pittsburgh. Please get back to me if you have any information on my history. My grandfather is Paul Boynton. Well, thank you! Anne --- from Anne Boynton -- email: Silveranne (at) Hotmailcom
    63. [Boynton] Feb 19, 1997 "Boynton and Matthews" (found site through: Boynton searches on the web) --- Could it be that I am related to both your wife and you? Mary Boynton (1771-1860) is my fourth great-grandmother (she married Abraham Gage) on my mother's side. On my father's side, I am descended from Levi W. Matthews (1845-1931); before Levi's generation, the family called itself both Mathews (with one T) and Mathes. The family lived primarily in West Virginia and Ohio. Could your wife and I possibly be related? Thank you for your site. I hope someday to find a direct connection between Mary Boynton's father, David, and either John or William. I'd love to be able to trace my ancestry back to 1057! --- from Julie Matthews Burnette -- email: julie-mike (at) erols.com
    64. [Boynton] Feb 19, 1997 "Boynton Family"... --- Looking for parents of Hannah BOYNTON, baptised 5 April, 1696, Rowley, MA.; married to John Dresser on 2 April, 1724 in Newbury. Thanks in advance, jdresser -- email: jdresser (at) richmond.edu (ALSO) ESSEX-ROOTS (at) rmgate.pop.indiana.edu (ESSEX, MA. genealogy list) A couple screen captures of my PAF data based on "The Boynton Family A Genealogy Of The Descendants Of William And John Boynton" by Boynton, John F. and Caroline H. 1897:
                                                                    _William BOYNTON_
                                                  +William BOYNTON-¦_________________
                                 +William BOYNTON-¦                 _________________
                                 ¦                +----------------¦_________________
                +Joshua BOYNTON S¦                                  _________________
                ¦                ¦                +----------------¦_________________
                ¦                +E JACKSON-------¦                 _________________
                ¦                                 +----------------¦_________________
      Hannah BOYNTON                                                _________________
         John DRESSER Jr                          +----------------¦_________________
                ¦                +----------------¦                 _________________
                ¦                ¦                +----------------¦_________________
                +Hannah BARNET---¦                                  _________________
      
      ********************************************************************
      
                                             +---¦Joshua BOYNTON
      Hannah BOYNTON                         ¦   ¦10 Mar 1646
       ----------------------------¦   ¦Rowley,,MA
      Newbury,,MA                            ¦
       --SPOUSE--  MRIN:56             +---¦Hannah BARNET
      John DRESSER Jr                            ¦
                                                 ¦
      of Rowley,,MA
      (There are other marriages)
         --CHILDREN--
       1-James DRESSER
       2-Moses DRESSER
       3-Hannah DRESSER
       4-Sarah DRESSER
       5-Elizabeth DRESSER
       6-Jemima DRESSER
      

      Hope it helps! from: David Sylvester -- email: davids (at) davids.sdi.agate.net at http://www.agate.net/~davids/

    65. [Boynton] Feb 19, 1997 "Boyntons"... --- That's quite a collection of BOYNTON info!! I'm hoping I can hook my Boynton to your data. I have a Rebecca BOYNTON born about 1765 and married to a Benjamin JEWETT in Hollis, NH on 15 Feb 1791. If you have any data on her, please email. Thanks!! Tristan Williams -- email: trisw (at) ljcrf.edu
    66. [Boynton] Feb 20, 1997 (found site through: WebCrawler- "Boynton Genealogy") --- Enjoyed visiting your site. My grandfather was Earl Boynton Kellmer, son of Charles Marshall Boynton (1830-1859), son of Cyrus B (1789-1842), son of Jonathan B 1745?-1814), son of Jonathan B (1684-1740), son of Captain Joseph B (1644-1730), son of John B and Ellenor Pell. I have traveled to Rowley 2x to visit ancestral home. Dan McFarling, Aloha, Oregon --- from Dan L. McFarling -- email: OregonRail (at) aol.com
    67. [Boynton] Feb 22 97 "Baynton" --- I belong to a Boynton family out of Wiltshire England but none of your names match. I am looking for a Henry Baynton abt 1300-1400 son of John Baynton and Jane Echyngham. John died 1485. Must be another Baynton-Boynton from: CHARLOTTE SMITH -- email: TTMA94A (at) prodigy.com As you probably realize, all of my information from before the 1638 immigration to the United States is based upon the single line going back from my ancestor which I show in the Boynton home page at at http://www.quine.org/boynton.html. I'm sorry that I have no further information about Boyntons in the "old country". Regards - Doug
    68. [Boynton] Feb 24, 1997 "Boyington (Boynton) family genealogy" (found site through: thru AOL's genealogy home page) --- Have some information about Boyington (Boynton) family. My husband's family is from Maine. He is one of 9 children, and his father's father was one of 16 so there are many branches to this tree! I have only just begun to ATTEMPT to research the bunch, and would appreciate any information anyone could provide. My records indicate that pg. 269 in Boynton Genealogy states that Daniel Boyington began tradition (dating from French & Indian war) changing name from Boynton to Boyington. Can trace back to Rufus Boyington b.11/14/1864, m. Lillian Baker. from Earlene Boyington -- email: EARLBOY (at) aol.com
    69. [Boynton] Mar 15, 1997 "Origin of name" --- While at the library for the Cathedral in York, I discovered a referance to a Ingram de Bouintune - pronounced Boynton in French. It appears that we may be from a small costal town in Frsnce by the name of Bouin. "Tun" in Middle Ages Galic means hill. Given the way names were given during that period, it is possible that Bartholome de Boynton was origionally "Bartholomew be Bouintune. When I next return to France, I intend to visit Bouin to see if there are any artificts or information which can support this hypothysis. I did find reference to some letters signed "Bouin" at the National Bibliotech in Paris. Next time I hope to acquire copies for translation. Please feel free to drop me a line or call at 1-312-332-2867 --- from: Lisa Ann Boynton -- email: boynton (at) megsinet.net
    70. [Boynton] Mar 16, 1997 "Family Research" (found site through: WWW) --- am looking for Banks, Combs, Finnegan, Johnson, Kline, Light and Seiwell...especially Isaiah Jacob Johnson, Sr. and Jr., and Polly Mae Johnson...Polly Mae went with Isaiah, Jr. (my ggrandfather) and Isaiah Jr. went with ggrandmother, Tilda Leah Johnson Banks...would like to reunite Polly Mae (May) with Tilda Leah if still alive...Isaiah Jacob Johnson, Jr. adopted by step-father and name changed to William Banks, Jr. from Natalie Jayne Seiwell -- email: energizer.bunny (at) p-corner.com
    71. [Boynton] Mar 16, 1997 "Have Boynton ancestors" (found site through: Massachusetts) --- No comments at the moment --- Marguerite Lindauer email: GEN4PEG (at) aol.com (also at) molind2 (at) juno.com
    72. [Boynton] Mar 16, 1997 (found site through: webcrawler) --- An 1897 copy of "A Genealogy of the Descendants of William and John Boynton" was passed on to me by my father, Lewis Delano Boynton. I am trying to trace the historical roots of the name Boynton, and find my families place on the tree. from John Emerson Boynton -- email: jebboynt (at) aol.com
    73. [Boynton] Mar 20, 1997 --- I love to look at things like this. --- Allison Littlejohn
    74. [Boynton] Mar 26, 1997 (found site through: Family Tree House) --- I am looking for data onSamuel Boynton,b.1660, m.Hannah Switcher and son Daniel Boynton b.1692, m.Jeminah Brown.Had son Samuel and maybe other children. from Edward D.Boynton -- email: donboync (at) ral.mindspring.com
    75. [Boynton] Mar 30, 1997 "Boynton" (found site through: Alta Vista) --- I am descendant of Boynton. I will look over your pages for a connection. from Lloyd Dalton -- email: n1uly (at) somtel.com
    76. [Boynton] Mar 31, 1997 "Boynton" --- My Gmother was a Boynton. She was the daughter of Lester Chase Boynton. Lester b.05-23-1847 in NY. His Obit says he is also survived by two brothers George and Lyman Boynton of New York. from Pamela Sheridan Smith -- email: PamESmith (at) aol.com
    77. [Boynton] Apr 1, 1997 "Boynton" --- Currently researching descendants of Samuel Boynton m. 1.Nancy Sawyer in1830 and m. 2. Evalina Spalding Dunn in 1842. Any info gratefully accepted and I will share all. from Lance Cunningham -- email: lance (at) ziplink.net
    78. [Boynton] Apr 3, 1997 (found site through: I got lost :)) --- This is wonderfful and when I get finished reading everything I will let you know more. from Sharon Boynton Pollack --- Email: playadeo (at) lightspeed.net
    79. [Boynton] Apr 3, 1997 (found site through: Netscape) --- My great Grandmother was a Boynton. She lived on a farm in Maine and my father spent many summers there as a boy. My middle name is in her memory. from Christine Boynton Poor Conklin --- Email: mrmrsc1 (at) juno.com
    80. [Boynton] Apr 6, 1997 (found site through: USGENWEB) --- My grandfather's cousin Charles Boynton of Maine traced almost all of the 5 generations from (John Boynton1, Joseph Boynton2) Richard Boynton3 to his own generation. He also has some info on other parts for the Boynton family. I currently have some of this in my house. The information belongs to his niece and nephew but is on loan to me. He unfortuanetly passed away before completing the book he was writing, but if you would like me to look through the papers for anyone in particular I will be glad to. from Ellen M Grant --- Email: ITSMEEMG (at) AOL.COM
    81. [Boynton] Apr 12, 1997 "searching for roots" (found site through: AOL's search engine) --- Father = Robert Edward Boynton, b 1935 Syracuse NY. Grandfather = Ralph Edward Boynton, bd unknown, somewhere in MA. from Linda Renee Boynton --- Email: Neofite (at) aol.com
    82. [Boynton] Apr 12, 1997 (found site through: Alta Vista) --- Would like to know if anyone has the links of the Boyntons/Boyingtons that migrated south. There was one Boyington, I believe he was a Journalist, that was hung in the early 1800's in Mobile, Ala. He was accussed of adultry and of killing his lover's husband and was hung from an oak tree that is now called Boyington's oak. I understand there was a book written about this and the real killer confessed before his death . But that didn't save Boyington. Any links/news will be good news. Has anyone traced out Greg Pappy Boyington's links ?? from Daniel W. Boyington --- dwboynton (at) usa.net
    83. [Boynton] Apr 13, 1997 (found site through: WebCrawler) --- I am also a decendent of the Boynton's, but on the split from John, younger brother of William, who were the first Boynton's in America and settled in Rowley. I am related to the Boyntons through my Grandmother. She is 8 generations from John. from John Stoffer --- Email: john.stoffer (at) nsc.com
    84. [Boynton] Apr 24, 1997 (found site through: Webcrawler) --- Hello from Vancouver, B.C., Canada. How's the weather there, we have sunshine today. from Nancy Bielby --- Email: Colleen (at) mail.fronet.com
    85. [MBQ] May 2, 1997 (found site through: webcrawler) --- I grew up in Groveland, MA and was searching for information about the town. I recognized the Boynton name as one my father mentioned while I was growing up. Mrs. Quine has led a very interesting life. from Maria Shafer --- Email: shafer (at) smtp.lms.usace.army.mil
    86. [Boynton] May 16, 1997 (found site through: pappy boynton) --- I am looking for information on pappy boynton because I think that I am related to him!!!!! from Stacy Lorraine Boynton ---
    87. [Boynton] May 16, 1997 (found site through: pappy boynton) --- I am looking for information on pappy boynton because I think that I am related to him!!!!! from Stacy Lorraine Boynton ---
    88. [Boynton] May 17, 1997 "Boyntons" (found site through: Lifestyle/Genealogy/Surnames) --- Hi, cousin! This is only the second day I've been on the Internet, and I can barely stop to do the laundry and fix dinner!!! I'm tied in with the Boynton line through my Kimball ancestors and Tenney ancestors. I'm also a Swan. from Jeanene Vomocil --- Email: jeanenevomocil (at) volcano.net
    89. [Boynton] May 18, 1997 "Any/all info on the Boyington's" (found site through: Alta Vista) --- Really nice effort from all concerned. I am interested in the family side of Boyington's; where they originated, changed names etc. Just beginning my search and know I have a long way to go. If anyone has the 1897 Boynton book, I would appreciate any information relating to John Boynton/Boyington. All of this early history makes for interesting study and reading. I would like to hear all the news, good and bad. Having all the parts is what really makes it interesting. Any hidden closets, any ghosts, let it out. Share the history. Thanks, Dan Boyington at boynton (at) gulftel.com from Daniel W. Boyington --- Email: boynton (at) gulftel.com
    90. [Boynton] May 23, 1997 "Boynton Book" (I wrote the site) --- For anyone looking to order the Boynton Geneology Book here is the address information from one of our readers. Higginson Book Company, 148 Washington Street, Post Office Box 778, Salem, Ma 01970 Mailed orders can be paid by check, money order, Visa or Mastercard. Creditcard only orders can be made by: phone: (508) 745-7170 fax: (508) 745-8025 e-mail: higginsn (at) cove.com (they have a note stating they will acknowledge your order and then remove it from their online files upon receipt). They are hoping to get a webpage up and running soon. To place an order they need title, author, date of publication, quanity & price. The book you mentioned is Boynton by J. F. & C. H. Boynton published 1897. Cost is $45 in paperback, $55 in hardcover. (the shipping charges vary according to cost). They also have a reprint of the history of Rowley and several catalogs of all the books they print. The Boynton book was out of stock today when I ordered mine and it takes about 10-12 weeks to reprint in hardcover. I do not know if there is a difference in time for the softcovers. - Doug
    91. [Boynton] May 29, 1997 "My Boynton's!" (found site through: US GenWeb Project) --- I was married to Dennis Hugh Boynton, who is of Irish, Hawaiian ancestry on his father's side. Our son's names are Cheyenne Keoni Boynton b. 18 Jan. 1976 in San Diego, CA and Daniel Kapono Boynton, b. 22 Aug. 1977 in San Diego, CA. Dennis was born in Honolulu, Hi on 17 Feb. 1943. His father's name is Hadley Hugh Boynton. This is the only information that I have. Hadley still lives in Honolulu. I don't know anything about his Father. from Ethelynne K. Soares-Teves --- Email: tine (at) hula.net
    92. [Boynton] May 30, 1997 "Stewart Boynton family Tree" (found site through: searching for Boynton genealogy) --- My name is Allan Phillips. I came across your page seeking out genealogy information on the name Boynton, and I was wondering if your data had any connection or references to the Boynton names I have found in my own lineage. Here's what I've got:
      1.....BOYNTON, Stewart (Abt 1765-?)
      1.....m. Lydia
      2..........BOYNTON, Luke (Benjamin Phillips, U.H. Orvis, and)
      2..........BOYNTON, Nancy (John B. Andrews were prominent)
      2..........m. ORVIS, U.H. (early citizens of Massena, New York)
      2..........BOYNTON, Susan
      2..........m. ANDREWS, John B.
      2..........BOYNTON, Electa (1796-1866)
      2..........m. PHILLIPS, Benjamin (1796-1865)
      3...............PHILLIPS, Electa
      3...............m. CLARK, Henry T.
      4....................CLARK, David
      4....................m. PADDOCK, Jennie
      4....................CLARK, Clara
      4....................m. BURNEY, Ivan T.
      4....................CLARK, Henry P.
      3...............PHILLIPS, Edwin S.
      3...............m. KIRKBRIDE, Susan M.
      4....................PHILLIPS, Allan E.
      4....................PHILLIPS, James K.
      3...............PHILLIPS, Eliza
      3...............m1. CLARK, Zenas (Judge)
      4....................CLARK, John
      3...............m2. PAGE, Elon R. (Judge)
      3...............PHILLIPS, Nancy
      3...............m. NEVIN, David
      4....................NEVIN, Benjamin
      4....................NEVIN, Electa
      4....................NEVIN, Rodney
      4....................NEVIN, Elizabeth
      3...............PHILLIPS, Allan Benjamin (1832-?)
      3...............m1. Charlotte
      4....................PHILLIPS, Charlotte
      4....................m. STARR, Mr.
      4....................PHILLIPS, Zenas Clark (Abt 1845- Abt 1889)
      4....................m. LEE, Mary Lyon (1846-1881)
      5.........................PHILLIPS, Lee Vilas (1881-1964)
      5.........................m. FORESTER, Catherine Victoria (1887-1961)
      6..............................PHILLIPS, Norman Lee (1923-1979)
      6..............................m. HURBAN, Phyllis Fay (1927 -   )
      7...................................PHILLIPS, Allan Ray (1957-   )
      3...............m2. REDDINGTON, Sarah
      4....................PHILLIPS, Benjamin
      
      This is not complete after Zenas Phillips. If you can assist, please e-mail me at arphil (at) inland.com. Thanks. Allan from Allan Phillips --- Email: arphil (at) inland.com
    93. [Boynton] May 30, 1997 "Boynton" (found site through: ziplink/newscape) --- I descend from William Boynton born 1690 who married Joanna Stevens. Then John Boynton born 1724 in Salisbury, MA (who was his wife?) Then David Boynton who married Anna Batchelder and lived in Meredith, NH. Then William Boynton who married the widow Evelina Anville Spaulding Dunn 17 April 1805 in Meredith, NH. Do you have information on any of the above? from BWadland --- Email: audioma1 (at) ix.netcom.com
    94. [Boynton] May 31, 1997 "ALLTHINGS HTML" (found site through: YAHOO) --- Cool page come on down to australia some time and say hello. from Dave --- Email: wola (at) healey.com.au Web Page: http://www.healey.com.au/HomePages/wola/index.htm
    95. [ASB-TREE] May 31, 1997 "Hello" (found site through: Excite) --- I am also a descendent of Bartholomew de Boynton (1067). Do you know of any more recent Boynton book in addition to the one published in 1897 by John Farnham Boynton? from Daniel Chase Boynton --- Email: dan (at) baycove.org
    96. [Boynton] Jun 1, 1997 "Boynton Book Sequel" (found site through: I wrote the page) --- I have not heard of a more recent book. The original one was about 350 pages. With the family growth over the past 100 years a current edition would probably be over 700 pages. It would also be a tremendous research effort as the family has moved out across the country. Certainly there are pieces of the answers in the various Boynton genealogy databases. Anyone ready to put it all together? from Doug - Web Page: http://www.quine.org/
    97. [Boynton] Jun 2, 1997 "Boynton" (found site through: aol USAgenweb) --- On the Boynton 32 gen. I have most the same until I come to Joshua Boynton,Jr. #24 B. 1679, Rowley, Mass. Do you also have Moses listed as his son? Please get back to me and thank-you for your help. from Penny Boynton-Nelson --- Email: Lopy37 (at) aol.com
    98. [ASB-TREE] Jun 4, 1997 (found site through: infoseek) --- We have Boynton on our Trumbull & Nichols tree. from MARILYN NICHOLS TRUMBULL --- Email: gn112 (at) cleveland.freenet.edu
    99. [Boynton] Jun 5, 1997 "Boynton" --- My husband also belongs to the New Zealand Boynton branch and I would like to link to ME 96-08-27 who has more information on this line. My information has been limited to New Zealand and Australian sources to date. Thanks I enjoyed browsing your pages. from Liliane Parkinson --- Email: saulp (at) xtra.co.nz
    100. [Boynton] Jun 8, 1997 "Torchil Bovington" (found site through: WebCrawler) --- Did you know, that before Bartholomew deBoynton there was a Torchil Bovington? from Zara Boynton Niemeyer --- Email: hnzn (at) aol.com This is very exciting. Can you provide any further details or references to the source of information? I can find no references to the family name Bovington. - Doug
    101. [Boynton] August 28, 1997 "Torchill Update" --- This request came to me third hand but I gather reference's about grandpa TORCHILL . OK this is it.
      1) the DOOMSDAY BOOK has Torchill in possession of Boynton before Bartholomew.
      2) a reprint of "Betham's History, Genealogy and Baronets of the Boynton Family in England" edited by John Farnham Boynton, states Torchill was in possession before Bartholomew.
      3)The Yorkshire Background of the Boyntons of Rowley by Robert Joseph Curfman for the Augustan Society also has Torchill first and a Chenut of Bovington, Ulf and Archil.
      4)the East Riding Antiquaian Society said; Boynton, a contraction of Bovington
      
      I don't know what else you want but let me know. By the way I'm Zara's Cousin. Mike Pluvoy Email: hmfic (at) mail.coos.or.us HC 52 Box 324 G Coos Bay, OR 97420 www.coos.or.us/~hmfic/boynton.html
    102. [Boynton] Jun 9, 1997 "Enjoyed browsing your web site!" (found site through: www.ancestry.com web site) --- Descended from John Boynton b. 1614 of Yorkshire, England. Last Boynton in my line is my father, Charles Rodney Boynton of Illinois. Too bad he is computer phobic, he would get such a kick out of your web site. I plan to return in the near future!! from Carrie Boynton Cadieux --- Email: MCCartoon (at) aol.com
    103. [Boynton] Jun 12, 1997 "Boynton Geneology" (found site through: Excite) --- Hi Doug, I am trying to research my Mother's family History. I would like to know is anyone has any information on a - John Boynton who married a Caroline Launderford in the City of Cork Ireland. I am trying to fing John Boynton's Birthdate and who his mother and father were. I think he went back to London as he had a son called John Boynton who was born on the 30.08.1830. He married a Mary Jane Smith or Smyth. Young John Boynton went to Tasmania as a child at the age of 10 yrs old and bought over with him a book which my uncle has which is 130 yrs old. He left liverpool on a boat ??????? Young John Boynton and Mary Jane had 3 Children and one of them is my great grandfather John Frederick Johnstone Boynton who married here in New Zealand. If anyone can help me I would be so grateful. Please contact my e mail address dkrua (at) wave.co.nz Regards Adriana Rua from Adriana Rua --- Email: dkra (at) wave.co.nz
    104. [Boynton] Jun 16, 1997 "BOYNTON LINES" (found site through: USGENWEB-MA) --- Doug, we have talked before, but something new has come up. I recorded information on my line from the BOYNTON book: Boynton Directory, American by John F. Boynton, 1884. This book shows my line as: Frank Boynton b.1860 Portland, ME (my g grandfather) Moses Boynton b.1823 Andover, MA (gg grandfather) Benjamin Boynton b.1780 Andover, MA (ggg) Thomas Boynton b.1747 Newberry, MA (gggg) Recently, however, a couple of people have said that the book recently reprinted: John Farnham Boynton & wife-1897 states that my line from Benjamin veers back to Moses Boynton b.1751 Andover, MA instead of Thomas. Can anyone illuminate me on which might be correct. I have pictures of both Frank and Moses in my family albums, but nothing back further. I know there are plently of Boynton's who migrated to Maine.....mine seemed to have lived in Portland and Lewiston, ME in the 1800's. Please feel free to exchange information with me so that I can verify which direction my line goes. Thanks, Felicia Hazelton (hazefam (at) earthlink.net) PS:This is a great forum for bringing everyone together. from Felicia Hazelton --- Email: hazefam (at) earthlink.net Web Page: www.earthlink.net/~hazefam/
    105. [Boynton] Jun 16, 1997 "Boynton Family History" --- Hi Doug. I am wondering if you or anyone else out there has any information regarding my great great grandfather John Boynton who married Caroline Launderford in the city of Cork Ireland. My great grandfather John Boynton jr was born on the 30th August 1830 London and moved to Tasmania when he was 10 yrs old. I am from New Zealand so I hope anyone out there can help me. Thanks alot -- Adriana from Adriana --- Email: dkrua (at) wave.co.nz
    106. [Boynton] Jun 23, 1997 "Possible Boynton link to Ben Franklin" (found site through: Found your site months ago, it's now a favorite.) --- Through your website I was able to connect up with a cousin who was able to supply my missing Boynton link. Now I have another question. It has been rumored in my Boynton line for the last couple of generations that a Boynton is either directly related to Benjamin Franklin or married a direct descendant. The closest I have been able to get to this is an Edward Boynton who was the third husband of a Rosa Wainwright. Rosa was born 31 March 1925. They were married after 1945. Edward was originally from Chicago, Illinois, but I have no dates nor further info on him. Does anyone have any additional info or dates on Edward Boynton, or know of another Boynton who is related to or married a Ben Franklin descendant? I can be reached at: maddeo (at) goodnet.com. Thanks Doug for giving all of us a way of finding each other. Madeleine --- Email: maddeo (at) goodnet.com
    107. [ASB-TREE] Jun 26, 1997 "The Tennison Family Page" (found site through: Webcrawler) --- Iam just started my web page 2 days ago. Like your page, hope mine comes out as good Wendy Garcia Riverside Caif. from Wendy Garcia --- Email: artg (at) pacbell.net Web Page: http://www.angelfire.com./ga/TennisonFamily/index.html
    108. [ASB-TREE-T] Jun 27, 1997 "Mirror Web Site" (found site through: I wrote the page) --- A mirror site (copy) of these web pages is now available at: http://www.quine.org/boynton.html and http://www.triskelion-ltd.com/boynton.html and http://www.wvquine.org/boynton.html and http://www.triskelion-ltd.com/boynton.html from Doug
    109. [Boynton] Jun 29, 1997 "Byingtons" (found site through: Altivista) --- Do you ever hear from Byingtons?? "Byington" is derived from "Boynton." I am decended from William Boynton who came to this country from England with his brother John. My family is from Connecticut by way of Kansas. Have any of your visitors to your web page found any mistakes with the information in the Boynton book from the Higginson Book Company in Salem, MA?? I am using a copy of that book to help me fill in missing relatives but I wonder how accurate it is. Would you have any information of George Byington born in Bristol Connecticut in 1810?? Many thanks, Jim. from James W. Byington --- Email: innitou (at) gis.net
    110. [ASB-TREE] Jun 29, 1997 --- Who was SIR BARTHELEMEW BOYNTON'S FATHER? from Y GRAHAM --- Email: YLGRAHAM (at) AOL.COM
    111. [Boynton] Jun 30, 1997 (found site through: Cyndi's List of Genealogical Sites on the Internet) --- Quite the striking and distinguished genealogy. I enjoyed reading one of Prof. Quine's books a few years ago. Apart from Aristotle and Lewis Carroll, few logicians are very readible, although I found a volume of Wittgenstein soothing during a fever once. I wonder if your research has turned up any evidence, negative or positive, of Boyntons in the State of Maine? In a telephone conversation with my grandmother, yesterday, June 29, 1997, I discovered that my great-grandmother was adopted by a Ruben Boynton, of East Millinocket (?). Given the connection between Maine and Massachusetts, it is plausible that the more remote branches of your family colonized Maine. I am currently working at the National Archives of Canada, and can be contacted at the e-mail address: mbriere (at) archives.ca, if you are able to reply in the very near future. Otherwise the above E-mail address at the National Capital Region Freenet is my home address (albeit somewhat shakily remembered). from Brant Whitney Boucher --- Email: ar434 (at) ncrfreenet.ucarleton.ca
    112. [Boynton] Jul 7, 1997 "Hello" (found site through: Infoseek) --- Just thought I would say hello as I am of the same line just on the side of John Boynton (of Rowley) and later of Maine, and now of Alaska Nice Page from Robert W Boynton --- Email: rboynton (at) corecom.net
    113. [Boynton] Jul 9, 1997 "CACFP Sponsor" (found site through: infoseek) --- Ran onto the site by accident. I do not see many Boyntons with this spelling. I would like to learn more about your Research. from Everett Ray Boynton --- Email: edu-care (at) mt.arias.net Web Page: http://www.edu-care.org/

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