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From: "rachel.dysart" <>
Subject: [Scotch-Irish] BOYDs of Limavady
Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2001 19:14:24 +0100
The following is a little delayed following server problems. It is
from Boyles Records of Limavady 1609 - 1808.
first pub 1912 and a facsimile edition 1989 ISBN 0 90752815-5, which
I got in an antiquarian bookshop.
1664 29 OCT
Ordered that the hide bought by Hugh BOYD be sold next market day ,
and the money delivered to the Chamberlain, and the said Hugh Boyd -
fine 20s sterling, to be paid to the Chamberlain.
(My note - Chamberlain is the Treasurer of the Corporation and that
20s is equivalent to £90.57)
1667 24 June
John BOYD Yeoman admitted and sworn Freeman
1713 24 June
John BOYD Constable
1714 29 Sep
Damiel DOHERTY chosen Constable in place of John BOYD
1715 5 April
Cornet Robert BURTON, George LANE, William PATTERSON, Geoge KING and
John BOYD admitted and sworn Freemen
1723 24 June
Capt William LANE, Mr Merine PORTER, Capt Christopher BLAND, Oliver
KERR, John CORS, John JONSTON(sic), John HILL., John HORNE, Thomas
BOYD, James ANDERSON admitted and sworn Freemen.
1733 29 Sep
James ALEXANDER and Thomas BOYD Applotters
1702 14 Feb
Ordered that Walter WILLIAMSON, T O'DOHERTY , David KILLNANE, James
SHERRARD, Michael MacSIDDIE, Brian McGORMAN, John MACELLHANLON,
Richard O'SHANE, Teague O'CONNOR, Widow BOYD, William O'HARGAN,
Richard BENBOE, William PICKETT do forthwith make a foot road from the
upper end of William WILLIAM's house to the Market House , under the
penalty of eight pence for every man's default to be levied by the
Seargeant. John LILLEY to oversee the said work done.