Boyd, Andrew ( c1790 ? - ?)


Boyd, Andrew


Father: Unknown

Birth: 1793, North Carolina
Birth Source: Born 1781-1790 per 1830 Census of Walton County, Georgia; 1850 census of DeKalb GA gives 1783 as DOB

Death: after 1850, probably in DeKalb County, Georgia
Death Source: Recorded in 1850 Census of DeKalb County, Georgia

Spouse1: Frances Fanny Reeves, m. 27 Sep 1811 in Jackson County, Georgia


Some of the children of Andrew Boyd and Frances "Fanny" Reeves:
  1. Sarah Boyd, b. 1830
  2. Charles Boyd, b. 1833
These were youngest children of Andrew and Fanny Reeves Boyd and were at home in 1850 census.

Andrew Boyd was recorded among the 1809 taxpayers in Capt. William Carrigan's District of Jackson County, Georgia with 101-1/4 acres.

Burgess Reeves and Andrew Boyd were granted letters of administration in Jackson County for the estate of John Reeves, his probable father-in-law, on 7 Sep 1818.

In Nov., 1819, Andrew Boyd was Security for Benjamin Fuller in obtaining Letters of Guardianship for the orphans of Wm. Bailey, Esq. (Nov. Term, 1819, Court of the Ordinary, Gwinnett Co., GA).

The household of Andrew Boyd in the 1820 census of Gwinnett County, Georgia included 1 M <10, 1 M 16-25, 1 M 26-44, 3 F <10, 1 F 26-44. The male 16-25 is undoubtedly a brother of Andrew or Fanny. The following entry in that census is household of Benjamin Fuller.

In 1826 Andrew Boyd was listed among the taxpayers in Capt. Love's district with tracts of 105, 154 and 246 acres in Walton County in addition to tracts of 202 acres in Telfair County and a250 acres in Early County.

In 1830, the Walton County census record lists the household as 3 M 5-9, 1 M 10-14, 1 M 40-49, 2 F <5, 2 F 10-14, 1 F 40-49 plus 1 Female 70-79 years of age. This may indicate that either Andrew or Fanny's mother was living in their home.

The 1831 taxpayers in Capt. Ellison's district of Walton County list Andrew Boyd with 570 acres and another 270 acres as the Administrator of the Estate of Isaac Cowan.

Walton County's 1840 census records Andrew Boyd's household as 1 M 5-9, 1 M 10-14, 3 M 15-19, 1 M 20-29, 1 M 50-59, 1 F 5-9, 1 F 10-14, 1 F 15-19, 1 F 20-29

Andrew Boyd was involved in numerous deed and court records with the other presumed children of John Reeves, particularly Loftin and Frederick Reeves, in Jackson and Walton Counties, Georgia.

Andrew Boyd born 1783 NC, wife Frances born 1790 SC, Sarah Boyd born 1830, Charles Boyd born 1833 and Nancy A. Boyd born 1846 children all born in Georgia) are recorded in the 1850 Census of DeKalb County GA which wis the last record of the family.


1820 Census - Gwinnett County, Georgia
1830 Census - Walton County, Georgia
1840 Census - Walton County, Georgia
1850 Census - DeKalb County, Georgia
Georgia, Property Tax Digests, 1793-1893

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