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Genealogy book on JOHN T. ‘SQUIRE’ BOYD, an early pioneer of Perry County, Alabama

JOHN T. ‘SQUIRE’ BOYD, an early pioneer of Perry County, Alabama is believed to have been the son of Robert and Rosannah (Stewart) Boyd of Newberry, SC. He was born Oct. 11, 1795 in Newberry, SC and died Nov. 9, 1872 in Morgan Springs, Perry County, Alabama.


Some Descendants of JOHN T. ‘SQUIRE’ BOYD (1795 SC-1872 AL) is a compilation of some of his descendants in Alabama.

Grocery Store in Sprott, Perry County, Alabama 1936 (Library of Congress)

JOHN T. ‘SQUIRE’ BOYD married Elizabeth Blackburn, daughter of John and Nancy (Harris) Blackburn Sep 25, 1817 in Newberry District, South Carolina. Elizabeth was born January 21, 1797 in Newberry, SC and died August 24, 1856 in Morgan Springs, Perry County, Alabama. John and Elizabeth moved to the Brushy Creek, Perry County, Alabama area by 1820 when their 2nd child Rosanah S. Boyd was born. Many of his descendants moved west to Texas.

John and Elizabeth had at least ten known children. After Elizabeth died in 1856, John married 2nd Chellie Marinda Nixon in 1857.

Descendant surnames include: ALLEN, BAKER, BELL, BLACKBURN, BLACKWELL, BROWN, CANNON, CHRISTENBERRY, COLLINS, COOKSEY, CRAIG, CRAWFORD, CURB, DENSON, DOMINICK, DORMAN, ELLIS, FINDLAY, FOWLER, HALL, HARPER, HOPKINS, HUNT, HURLEY, JOHNSON, MACKEY, MOORE, MORELAND, MORLAND, NIXON, OLDHAM, OLIVER, PAYNE, POPE, RAY, SANFORD, SINGLY, SLAUGHTER, SPENCER, THIGPEN, THOMAS, TRAMIL, TRAMMEL, TUBB, TURNER, WESTBROOK, WILBURN, WILLIAMS, WOODALL, WOODS

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Some Descendants of JOHN T. ‘SQUIRE’ BOYD (1795 SC-1872 AL) (Kindle Edition)

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About Donna R Causey

Donna R. Causey, resident of Alabama, was a teacher in the public school system for twenty years. When she retired, Donna found time to focus on her lifetime passion for historical writing. She developed the websites www.alabamapioneers and www.daysgoneby.me All her books can be purchased at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. She has authored numerous genealogy books. RIBBON OF LOVE: A Novel Of Colonial America (TAPESTRY OF LOVE) is her first novel in the Tapestry of Love about her family where she uses actual characters, facts, dates and places to create a story about life as it might have happened in colonial Virginia. Faith and Courage: Tapestry of Love (Volume 2) is the second book and the third FreeHearts: A Novel of Colonial America (Book 3 in the Tapestry of Love Series) Discordance: The Cottinghams (Volume 1) is the continuation of the story. . For a complete list of books, visit Donna R Causey

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49 comments

    1. Man tha fun times I’ve had down there!!! You know!

  1. Ira Harris
    A Harris connection in Perry County.

    1. Hi Sam! I saw this and was interested in it because it also had a Stewart. My Grandmother was a Stewart from the Hale-Perry county area.

    2. I have a great great grandmother who was a Stewart from Hancock Co, Ga

    3. I’m having trouble sorting mine out. They go back so far to an Alfred Stewart from Georgia or South Carolina

    4. Me too. Mine was a second wife but named first daughter after the first wife so I think the wives may have been related

  2. Melba Giddiens. Taylor Giddiens

    1. Yes lots of Perry and Bibb ancestors from SC

  3. check out the gas pump, you can see how much gas you paid for.

  4. I am related to the “Boyd’s, B;ackburn’s, Canon’s, Moreland’s, Mackey’s, and more. This is on my paternal side. I found this information on ancestry site. Fascinated to find a book has been written on this family. I am sure my father is a descendent of these names.

  5. Loved this old store.

  6. Photographed by Walker Evans

  7. Can remember going in the Sprott and Taylor stores when we would go visit Grandaddy, James Curtis Nichols and later when we would go to Uncle Fred’s. Always funny to see someone come to help you from watching TV in their den at Taylor store

    1. Art Nichols do you remember that Miss LouAnnie Taylor would walk into the store from her kitchen where she always had something cooking?

  8. I worked there when I was a kid with my cousins an friends

  9. I also would visit there too when I went to Marion to visit my great grand parents Nichols

    1. Bradley Alan Reynolds, who were they?

    2. Robin Nichols Ray Charlie an Lucial Nichols I can’t spell her name right great grand daddy cut hair in the town circuit he had the old shop

    3. We share ancestors! William (Buck) and Barbara Hair Nichols.

    4. Faye Breland was there daughter that’s my Granny

  10. I’ve stood on that porch

    1. Bill Clements I was in there many times, getting hoop cheese, crackers, and sardines between deer drives with my uncle John Parsons.

    2. Kristi Parsons Milner

    3. Tommy yep, it’s still standing!!

  11. Couldn’t you find a picture of Morgan Springs where he was when he died. Great store here just wondered since you gave his death at Morgan Speings

  12. I was born in Marion remember sports store well in fact we had timber property down the road where I took my boys hunting over the years

  13. Been to Newberry many times Nice town

  14. I’ve passed that place many times.

  15. Why do the buildings look so old even back then?

    1. Becky Paradise no paint.

    2. Sue Goodman you’re right!!!!

  16. Vivian Miller Bauer

    1. Clem Clapp this brings back lots of great memories!!!

  17. Jimmy Barganier, Ronnie Mitchell

  18. I’ve always liked country stores.

  19. I remember seeing that place but at that time I was younger and it was a place on sand mountain

  20. Not much of Sprott is still around.

  21. My family is from nearby, Vaughan’s.

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