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David Boyett | all galleries >> Boyt/Boyte/Boyett/e DNA Surname Project >> Boyt-Boyette DNA Surname Group 2 >> Boyt-Boyett(e) Surname DNA Project - 25086 > Wesley Chapel FL (Pasco Co) Boyette
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22-FEB-2004

Wesley Chapel FL (Pasco Co) Boyette

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Wesley Chapel, Pasco Co., FL (SR 54 at Boyette Rd.)
Photo by David Boyett

25086:
1. Thomas Boyt (b. 1665) m. unknown
2. Thomas Boyt Sr. (b. 1695) m. Rebecca unknown
3. Edward Boyet Sr. (b. 1715) m. Abigail unknown
4. James Boyet (b. 1745) m. 1768 Sabra Sasser (b. 1750)
5. Edward Boyet Sr. (b. 1775) m. Rebecca unknown
6. John Boyett (b. 1805) m. 1830 Sabra Sasser (b.1805) - link that still needs proving
7. Thomas Ashley Boyett (b. 1842) m. 1872 Eliza Jane Osburn-2nd wife (b. 1857)
8. James Monroe Boyett (b. 02/03/1881) m. 02/06/1902 Frances Lee Stanley (b. 12/19/1884)
9. William Cullen Boyette (b. 11/27/1909) m. 1930 Nona E. Cooper (b. 1913)
10. Cullen R. Boyette (b 04/25/1934) m. 1952 Barbara J. Brandon (b. 07/17/1936)
11. Michael C. Boyette



1850 Benton Co Census page 25 Bottom.jpg
Boyett Family - Benton Co FL (now Hernando Co FL)

John Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1805 Georgia
Sabra Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1815 Georgia
William Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1834 Georgia
John B Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1838 Georgia
Thos A Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1842 Florida
Charles R Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1848 Florida
Sarah J Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1848 Florida

James A Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1812 Georgia
Andrew A Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1840 Georgia
Martha Ann Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1841 Georgia
Mary Jane Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1843 Florida
Sarah R Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1846 Florida

Nathan Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1824 Georgia
Cyntha Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1829 Georgia
Rebecca Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1846 Florida
Ashley Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1848 Florida
James M Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1849 Florida

Edward Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1817 Georgia
Nancy Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1830 Alabama
Eliza Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1830 South Carolina

Eliza Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1829 South Carolina
Elizabeth B Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1834 South Carolina
James Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1836 South Carolina
Amanda Boyet Chocochatta Settlement, Benton, FL abt 1837 South Carolina

1850 census listing a Jackson Hammock and children including a daughter, Nancy, age 20. Next door to Jackson Hammock is Edward Boyet age 33 and wife Nancy age 20. These two Nancys are the same person. Nancy's mother was Lydia Passmore. Edward J. Boyet, Jr. and Nancy Hammock married about 1849 in Hernando County. Edward Jr. was born either 1817 [0r 1812] in Screven Co, GA. He was 5' 6" tall with light skin, dark hair, and grey eyes. He was a farmer and was a single man when he applied in 1843, for 160 acres of land in the Chicuchatta Hammock. He served in the 3rd Seminole War and the Civil War. Edward Jr. died on 5 June 1874 in Hillsborough County and is buried at Pelote Cemetery at Lithia in Hillsborough County. Nancy was born on 25 January 1830 in Alabama and died on 22 January 1902 and is buried at Geiger Cemetery in Zephyrhills. They had Sarah, Fannie Narcissus, Martha A, Cynthia, Thomas, Lidonia, Missouri E., and William Perry Boyett.


Subj: Boyett Family
Date: 5/8/2004 10:27:28 AM Eastern Daylight Time
From: Pat Morgan Lyons To: Sent from the Internet (Details)

Thanks for your reply. I found it interesting that you were born in Gainesville, Texas as my brother-in-law, Lanny Lyons and his wife Sylvia live there. Do you know them? Lanny worked for Babcock & Wilcox. After retiring, he taught in the public schools in Gainesville. Sylvia also was a teacher in the public schools.

I have not worked on the Boyett/Kersey family for some time. I go to Tampa every two to three months and have abstracted some of the obits on the Boyett and Kersey lines. The earliest [posted online] is from the Florida Peninsula issue of 3 April, 1858 notice of James A. Boyet's intention to apply for Letters of Administration on the estate of his father, Edward Boyet, Sr. The Hernanado Courthouse does not have the record because of fire destroying the records in the 1860's.

I have an excellent range, township, section map of Hernando County [and other counties] from the Florida Department of Transportation and have pinpointed the properties of the armed occupation permits of the early Boyett pioneers. The Department of Transportation maps show detailed back roads, some churches, cemeteries and the sections of the Townships. The Department has an office in Bartow at 801 North Broadway Avenue, 33830. [ North Broadway is Highway 98].

James A. Boyet had several properties within Brooksville and it's outskirts. Edward, Sr. had property north of Brooksville along the present day Citrus County line. John's property straddled where the railroad is and included the airport [or most of it] that you mentioned in one of your e-mails. I did not notice if you had the Senior Edward Boyet's permit or not. The location was in Range 19E, Township 21 S, and was the E 1/2 of the NW 1/2 and the W 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 16. Date of permit #125 was 23 January 1843; date of notice 4 January 1843; surveyed 28 June 1847.

Re: Hammock, Jackson:
In one of your e-mails to Brenda, you have the 1850 census listing a Jackson Hammock and children including a daughter, Nancy, age 20. Next door to Jackson Hammock is Edward Boyet age 33 and wife Nancy age 20. These two Nancys are the same person. Nancy's mother was Lydia Passmore. Edward J. Boyet, Jr. and Nancy Hammock married about 1849 in Hernando County. Edward Jr. was born either 1817 [0r 1812] in Screven Co, GA. He was 5' 6" tall with light skin, dark hair, and grey eyes. He was a farmer and was a single man when he applied in 1843, for 160 acres of land in the Chicuchatta Hammock. He served in the 3rd Seminole War and the Civil War. Edward Jr. died on 5 June 1874 in Hillsborough County and is buried at Pelote Cemetery at Lithia in Hillsborough County. Nancy was born on 25 January 1830 in Alabama and died on 22 January 1902 and is buried at Geiger Cemetery in Zephyrhills. They had Sarah, Fannie Narcissus, Martha A, Cynthia, Thomas, Lidonia, Missouri E., and William Perry Boyett.

I will be glad to share info with you. I am impressed with your research.

Until later,

Pat Morgan Lyons


Re: Edward Boyet,Sr. GA>FLPosted by: Pat Morgan Lyons
Date: April 29, 2001 at 07:31:51
In Reply to: Re: Edward Boyet,Sr. GA>FL by Charles E.Boyette of 522

The Boyet family is linked to my Lyons family by intermarriages with my Lyons and Kersey families. The most important Boyet in my family tree is, Barcilla Boyet who was born in Lowndes Co, GA. I do not know who her parents and ancestors were. She married Libron Kersey in Madison Co, FL on 22 Dec 1842. Libron Kersey was also born in Lowndes Co, GA.

As for the Edward Boyet, Sr. family, a descendent of Thomas Ashley Boyett married into my Lyons family as follows:
1-Thomas Ashley Boyette & 1st wife, Virginia Hurst
2-John Ashley Boyette & 2nd wife, Blanche McNeal
3-Vera Boyette & Elam Allen Lyons

Also, connected through:
1-Thomas Ashley Boyette & 2nd wife Eliza Jane Osburn
2-Laura Boyette & John Madison Ryals
3-Grace Ellen Ryals & Edmon Lyons

I have been following your and Michael Boyette's messages on Boyette-L.
KERSEY,Libron/Madison Co,Fl in 1838Posted by: Pat Morgan Lyons
Date: July 02, 1999 at 07:23:26 of 477

Libron KERSEY married Barcilla "BOYT" in Madison Co,Fl on 22 Dec 1842. Libron and both his parents were born in Georgia. Barcilla and both her parents were also born in Georgia. I do not have info on either of their parents or siblings.
Libron and Barcilla moved between 1845-1850 to Hernando(now Pasco Co) Co, Fl. They had ten children:
Patricia b: 1844
John L. b: Jan 1846 m: Mary A._________
Elisa b: 1849
Elizabeth b: 1853 m: James Porter Smith
James b: Nov 1854 m: Ellender P._________
Rebecca Jane b: 1855 m1st____________Turner
m2ndRev Henry D. Ryals,Sr
Josephine b: 1858 m: James A. Smith
Moray J. b: 1861 m1st Bethany C. Guy
m2nd Nancy Stuastets
Libron b: 1864 m: Mrs. Fannie N. Smith
Benjamin L.b: 1865 m: Fannie J. Gillette
Libron died 17 Jan 1892 bp:Geiger Cem at Zephyrhills,Fl.

Barcilla died 23 Sep 1891 bp: Geiger Cem at Zephyrhills,Fl.

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