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Boyd family

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Works: 435 works in 557 publications in 1 language and 2,605 library holdings
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Records of the Dunlops of Dunlop by Robert Reid( Book )
1 edition published in 1900 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
James Dunlop of Glasgow, Scotland was born about 1400. His descendants which include the Dunlop, and the Reid families emigrated from Scotland to America, and some of them eventually settled in Michigan
Boyd family photograph collection ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Two CD-Rs of photographs scanned using Photoshop from glass plate negatives, photographs of Boyd and Morley family members, the Booth and Boyd Lumber Company and the Saginaw Brewing Company
Papers of the Chomley, A Beckett, and Boyd families by Chomley family( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence from Constance Matilda a Beckett; Emma a Beckett and Martin a Beckett Boyd, to members of the family. Drawings, papers and verses of C.H. Chomley and Martin Boyd. Newspapers cuttings, including obituaries of the a Beckett family and C.H. Chomley. Genealogical material made for Janet Knight (cousin of Martin Boyd). Photographs (1888-1963)
Papers of the Chomley, A Beckett, and Boyd families by Chomley family( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence from Constance Matilda a Beckett; Emma a Beckett and Martin a Beckett Boyd, to members of the family. Drawings, papers and verses of C.H. Chomley and Martin Boyd. Newspapers cuttings, including obituaries of the a Beckett family and C.H. Chomley. Genealogical material made for Janet Knight (cousin of Martin Boyd). Photographs (1888-1963)
Accounts and correspondence copy-book of W. & A. Boyd, cloth finishing mill in Leeds by W. & A. Boyd( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Comprises: 1) Copy-book of accounts and correspondence relating to the cloth finishing mill in Leeds, which belonged to Mr Ernest Boyd; 2) Press-cutting with photographs of "Some members of the Wool Textile Delegation", including of Mr. Ernest Boyd, The Yorkshire Observer, 22 Oct 1921; 3) List of machinery and plants with prices, dated 15.4.47, 4 ff., MS; and 4) Promotional election card for Boyd, no date, printed by G. Battye, Meadow Rd, Leeds
Jarvis family genealogy by Jarvis Family Papers( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Papers of Amanda Sarah Boyd by Amanda Sarah Boyd( Book )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
With the letters are genealogical charts and correspondence regarding the Vick and related Boyd, McDowell and Seale families
Boyd family papers by Boyd family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Correspondence, financial and legal materials, genealogical materials, pictures, and other papers of the Boyd and related families. The earliest letters are to and from Burwell family members, relating especially to the academic career of William Henry Burwell at the University of North Carolina, where he earned an A.B. degree in 1856. Burwell materials continue through the 1860s, when they are gradually supplanted by items relating to the Boyd family. Letters from Henry Armistead Boyd, then a student at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Va., begin in 1875; they chiefly relate to affairs of the heart, with Henry first wooing a woman named Ada, and then switching to Bettie (Elizabeth Massenburg) Norwood, whom he married in 1881. Most letters after 1881 deal with family matters and Henry's law practice. The few letters dated after 1906 deal chiefly with genealogy. Financial and legal materials relate chiefly to Boyd and Norwood family members, and include indentures, bills and receipts, and insurance policies. There are also some estate papers and several items relating to John Early Boyd's 1868 bankruptcy, but there is little relating to plantation or farm matters. Also included are a few items relating to Robert E. Lee, including a lock of his hair (NCC Gallery #CK.1573) and a description of how it was obtained
Ida Boyd Reid collection on the Boyd family by Ida Lucile Boyd Reid( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Collection contains correspondence, pictures, family memorabilia, newspaper clippings, awards and certificates. The scrapbooks relate to J.D. Boyd Jr., the sheriff in Provo from 1920 to 1930, John David Boyd III, George Edward Boyd, Sadie B. Peay, John David Boyd Sr., and J.D. and Hannah Boyd. The collection contains two cartons of different artifacts of John Boyd Jr.'s time as the sheriff known as "scorge of the bootlegger" and artifacts from Johnny Boyd relating to World War II. The collection also contains many unique photographs as well as papers of John Boyd Sr., dating from between 1839 and 1996
Sophie M. Schaeuble Huntington Boyd papers by Sophie Marie Schaeuble Huntington Boyd( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Consists primarily of correspondence between Sophie Schaeuble and Edward Huntington from 1904 to 1913. Includes some correspondence concerning their job hunts. There are also materials about the Boyd family: receipts, travelogs, greeting cards, photocopies of photographs, birth certificates and report cards of the Boyd children, and correspondence and printed materials dealing with Phi Kappa Tau
 
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