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Boyte Family Pedigree

1. John Ballard b. abt. 1635 Bitton, Gloucestershire, England d. before 1704 Nansemond Co., Va.
m. Pasheba (Besheba) Elizabeth b. abt. 1640 in Nansemond Co., Va d. abt 1700 in Nansemond C o., Va.
m. Margaret

2. John Ballard b. abt. 1680 Nansemond Co Va. d. 12 MAR 1763 Wayne Co NC (Boundary, Chowen Co?)
Sarah Boyte (dau of Thomas Boyte) b. abt. 1730

3. Jacob Ballard Boyte b. 4 APR 1755 Dobbs/Wayne Co NC d. 1844 Blanden Co NC
Married abt 1779 Lydia Thompson b. abt. 1756 d. abt. 1845 Blanden Co NC

4. Joseph Wesley Boyte b. abt. 1780 d. 10 June 1861
Married abt. 1811 Martha Patsy Rooks
Married abt. 1859 Leah Osborne

5. Malcolm McPherson Boyte b. 1837
Married Barbara Delaine Long

6. Henry Wesley Boyte b. 16 Nov 1857 d. 12 Mar 1932 Leesburg, FL
Married Nancy E. Coley

7. Thomas McPherson Boyte b. 17 Oct 1878 Monroe, VA d. 3 Sep 1928 Spray, NC
Married Maggie Nora Caviness b. 2 Jan 1880 Moore Co NC

8. Marvin Franklin Boyte b. 28 MAR 1908 Monroe Co NC d. 6 DEC 1997 Eden NC
Married Grace Leonard b. 23 APR 1907 d. 27 MAR 1999

9. Douglas Jean Boyte
Married Sandra Holland

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(Children of John Ballard and Sarah Boyte based on will and court record)
Chart of Henry Wesley Boyte:
Family Report generated by:

John Ballard b. abt. 1635 Bitton, Gloucestershire, England d. before 1704 Nansemond Co., Va.
m. Pasheba (Besheba) Elizabeth b. abt. 1640 in Nansemond Co., Va d. abt 1700 in Nansemond C o., Va.
m. Margaret

John Ballard b. abt. 1680 Nansemond Co Va. d. 12 MAR 1763 Wayne Co NC (Boundary lines, Chowen Co?)
Sarah Boyte (dau of Thomas) b. abt. 1730

Jacob Ballard Boyte b. 4 APR 1755 Dobbs/Wayne Co NC d. 1844 Blanden Co NC
Married abt 1779 Lydia Thompson b. abt. 1756 d. abt. 1845 Blanden Co NC

Joseph Wesley Boyte b. abt. 1780 d. 10 June 1861
Married abt. 1811 Martha Patsy Rooks
Married Leah Osborne 24 Mar 1856 Union Co NC

J. C. (Joseph Curtain) Boyte b. 1839 NC d. 1 Jun 1919 Charlotte, NC
m. Louise Jane Pyran b. abt. 1844 d. 10 Mar 1914 Mecklenburg, NC

William Franklin Boyte, Sr b. Aug 1869 NC d. 24 Aug 1961 Mecklenburg, NC
m. 26 APR 1905 Daisy Viola Orr b. 19 Sep 1883 Charlotte, NC d. 29 Aug 1970

Jack Orr Boyte b. 16 Mar 1920 d. 2 Aug 2005 Charlotte, NC
m. Martha Moore Yandle on Sept. 7, 1946 d. 26 JUN 1996

John Franklin Boyte Charlotte, NC

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Same as above:

William Franklin Boyte, Sr b. Aug 1869 NC d. 24 Aug 1961 Mecklenburg, NC
m. 26 APR 1905 Daisy Viola Orr b. 19 Sep 1883 Charlotte, NC d. 29 Aug 1970
Link:

Harry George Boyte b. ??? 1869 NC d. ??? 1963
m. ??? ??? b. ???? d. ????

Harry Chatten Boyte b. ????

Pedigree of Albert Harper Boyte
Link: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~boyett/Albert_Harper_Boyte.htm
Link: http://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi/http%2522//%253C/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=35097888

JOHN BALLARD WILL OF 1763 WAYNE CO NC
Will: http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/wayne/wills/balard01.txt
Wayne/Dobbs County, NC - Will & Estate Records

File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by
Ron Strickland

(Last Will and Testament of John Ballard, Wayne/Dobbs CO, NC March 12, 1763)

In the name of God Amen, I John Ballard of the province of North Carolina in Dobbs
County being in good health of body and of sound mind and memory praise be given to
almighty god do make and order this my last Will Testament in manner and form
following that is to say first and particularly (?) I commit my sole into the hands
of almighty god hoping through the merits of death and patron of my Lord and savior,
Jesus Christ to have full and free pardon and forgiveness of all my sins and my body
I commit to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion of Executors herefore
named and what worldly goods and Estate it hath pleased almighty god bestowed upon me
I give as, dispose as follows. First I will that all debts and funeral charges be
paid and discharge.

Item- I lend my beloved wife the use of my whole estate during her widowhood.

Item- I give to my daughter Ann one shilling sterling.

Item- I give to my daughter Ruth one shilling sterling.

Item- I give my son John one shilling sterling.

Item- I give my daughter Rachel one shilling sterling.

Item- I give Joseph Ballard Boite (Boyte?) ten pounds sterling to have good schooling
given by the executors.

Item- I give Jacob Ballard Boite (Boyte?) ten pounds sterling to have good schooling
given by the executors.

Item- I leave my son Elisha in the hands of my son Elias to be well taken care of as long
as he lives.

Item- I give my son Elias my whole and sole Estate to him and his heirs forever and lastly

I do hereby constitute and appoint Elias Ballard and Theoplus Jones my whole and sole
Executors of this my last Will and Testament and I do hereby revoke, disenull and make
void all former Wills and Testaments heretofore by me made. In witness where of I have
here unto set my hand and seal this 12th day of March in the year of our Lord one
thousand seven hundred sixty three.

Signed sealed in the presents of us
his
Jesse Fargain
Mark
Her
Mary Jones his
Mark John Ballard, Senior.
Her mark
Jemma Jones
mark SEAL

(Note from Transcriber: John Ballard is believed to be related to the Ballard Family of
Nansemond CO, VA. Will transcribed and donated by Ron Strickland)

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Letters of Administration Granted for Dobbs County 1767
Link:
April 10, 1767 - Elias Ballard, Theophilus Jones, exrs - JOHN BALLARD - Same Court

JOHN BALLARD ESTATE COURT RECORD OF 1786 WAYNE CO NC
Link:

The State of North Carolina
To Elias Ballard Greeting
For certain causes offered before our County Court of Pleas and quarter sessions, for the County of Wayne, we Command you that you personally appear before the Justices of our said Court at the next Court to be held for the County of Wayne at the Court House on West Point on the Second Monday in July next, then and there to answer such things as shall be objected to you, and do further and receive what our said Court Shall have considered in this behalf, and this you may in no wise Omitt (sic) under the penalty of one hundred pounds specie, witness James COBB Clerk of our said Court at office this Tenth day of April anno Dom 1786 in the Tenth year of our independence
Jas. Cobb CC
(cover sheet)

Jos. Ballard BOYET}
Jacob Ballard BOYT}
vs. }
Elias Ballard }
Spa(?]
with
Copy of the petition
To July Court 1786
Summonded
J.COOR_PINDER Shff.

“To the worshipfull Court of Wayne County The Petition of Joseph Ballard BOYET and Jacob Ballard BOYET. Humbly sheweth That on or abought the 12th day of March 1763 John BALLARD Father to your petitioners departed this life, having first made his last will and Testament appointing Elias BALLARD Executor thereto, who qualified and took upon himself the execution of the same – your Petitioners further shew this worshipfull Court that by the said last will and Testament the sum of Ten pounds Sterling money was devised to each of your Petitioners, for the express purpose of Schooling and educating your petitioners by the Executor, But now so it is may it please your worship, the said Elias. Executor as aforesaid altogether regardless of his Trust as aforesaid never did layout the same Ten pounds Sterling on the education of each, or either of your Petitioners, but hath retained the said Several Sums of Ten pounds Sterling to himself, wherefore your Petitioners conceive themselves injured and Humbly pray that this worshipfull Court will decree and adjudge the Said the said (sic) Elias BALLARD Executor as aforesaid, do pay unto your petitioners Each of them, the sum of Ten pounds Sterling money with Lawfull Interest thereon from September 1763 equal to Twenty seven Pounds Twelve Shillings specie, with Costs, and your petitioners as in duty bound shall ever etc. [signed] Joseph Ballard BOYET, Jacob Ballard BOYET by Thos. GRAY, their Atty.”

[another cover sheet]
BOYTEs }
vs. } Pet'n
BALLARD }
Filial Portion
To April Term 1786
Filed April Co. 1786
Jas. Cobb CC
Gray Att'y

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Revolutionary War Pension For Jacob Ballard Boyte
Source: BOYT/E - BOYET/T/E NEWSLETTER Volume III, Number 4 Oct/Nov/Dec 1987
Published and edited by Wendy L. Elliott, C.G. 4808 E. Garland St. Anaheim, CA 92801

FINAL PENSION PAPERS FOR JACOB B. BOYT[E]
NATIONAL ARCHIVES-WASHINGTON, D.C.
State of North Carolina) Court of Pleas &
County of Bladen } Quarter Sessions

It has been satisfactorily proven to the court at its Session on the 5th day of November 1844 that Jacob B. BOYT a Revolutionary Pensioner of the United States - late of this County, died on the 5th day of August 1844 - and that he left a Widow, to wit: Lydia BOYT whose signature appears to the annexed power of Attorney

I further certify that Colin Munroe (sic) before whom the power of Attorney is executed, and the acknowledgement made Is an acting Justice of the Peace in & for said County, and that the signature purporting to be his, is genuine

In testimoney (sic) whereof I David Lewis Clerk of the said Court have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 5th day of November 1844
David Lewis Clk note on side of paper: 1832 5 Mos 1 day / 11.18

WAR DEPARTMENT REVOLUTIONARY WAR CLAIM

I certify that in conformity with the Law of the United States, of the 7th June, 1832, JACOB B. BOYT of the State of North Carolina who was a Private in the Revolutionary Army is entitled to receive - Twenty Six - dollars and Sixty Six cents per annum, during his natural life, commencing on the 4th of March, 1831, and payable semi-annually, on the 4th of March, and 4th of September, in every year.

Given at the War Office of the United States, this 1st day of March one thousand eight hundred and thirty three.

Payments to be made at Fayetteville by Presd’t U.S. P___ Bank. Agent for paying Pensioners in the Agency of North Carolina Recorded by ----Stites Clerk in Book D Vol --_ Page 49.

BRANCH OF THE BANK OF THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Fayetteville, N.C. Nov 18 1844

Received of John Huske, Agent for paying Pensions,
Eleven Dollars, 18 Cents, being for Five months and one days Pension due to Jacob B. BOYT, Dec'd from the 4 day of March 1844 to the 5 day of Aug 1844, for which I have duplicate receipts.
$11.18

Know all men by these presents that, I, Lydia BOYT, widow of Jacob B. BOYT deceased late of the County of Bladen a pensioner of the United States, do by these presents appoint James Huske my true and lawful attorney for me and in my name to ask for and receive from the agent of the United States in Fayetteville, North Carolina, the amount due me, as the Widow of the said Jacob B.BOYT, from the 4th March 1844 to the day of his death

Witness my hand and seal this 5th day of November 1844
her
Lydia x Boyt (Seal)
mark
Signed, sealed, and delivered}
in the presence of }
C. Monroe J. P. }
D. Gooden }

State of North Carolina)
Bladen County )

Be it ,known, that on the 5th day of November 1844 before the subscriber a Justice of the Peace in and for said County, personally appeared Lydia BOYT, above named, and acknowledged the foregoing power of Attorney to be her act and deed. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand, the day and year last above mentioned.
C. Monroe J.P.

State of N't Carolina)
Cumberland County)

Be it Known That on the 18th day of Novbr 1844, before the Subscribed, personally appeared, James Huske, the Attorney, & made Oath, that the same was not given him by Reason of any Sale, transfer, or Mortgage of the pension, or arrears of Pension therein authorised (sic) to be Received by him.
-Sworn and Subscribed the day}
& Bears last above written }
before me }

James Huske


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Notes for Jacob Ballard Boyte:
Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~boyett/BoytPait.pdf (#26)
Jacob served in the Revolutionary War as a private, first in the Dobbs County Militia. Then he
enlisted for five months with Jethro Sunmer. Tthe area that was Dobbs County, became
Wayne County, NC. He was assigned to Col. William Caswell. The troops marched from
Kinston to Elizabethtown, Bladen County, NC, then to the Ten Mile House on the road to
Charleston, SC. From there they continued on to Corchester and then augusta, GA. Jacob's
outfit fought in the Battle of Briar Creek, but Jacob was not in the action as he had been left
with the baggage on the opposite side of the river. Shortly after this battle, his term of service
expired, and he received a discharge and returned home. In October 1779 Jacob was drafted
into service again and served until April1780.


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Darlene Boyett 17-Oct-2009 17:41
I noticed you have a Harry Chatten Boyte b. ???? under William Franklin Boyte Sr. b. 1869. My ancestor is Chatham Boyett or as he is listed in 1849 Arkansas Land Records Chatten Boyt. This is the first time I have ran across Chatten in any connection with the Boyette/Boyt name. My DNA project kit number is 25431 . I am still trying to find Chatham/Chatten Boyett's parents and close relatives. From DNA projec it is know he is a from Thomas Boyt line .