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Ancestors of Susan Melinda Martin


      200. Benjamin Griggs, born Bet. 1703 - 1727; died 1801 in Sheffield, MA. He married 201. Mary Smith July 1742 in Sheffield, Berkshire Co., MA.

      201. Mary Smith, born Bet. 1703 - 1727; died Unknown.

More About Benjamin Griggs and Mary Smith:
Marriage: July 1742, Sheffield, Berkshire Co., MA
     
Children of Benjamin Griggs and Mary Smith are:
  i.   Mindwell Grigs, born June 27, 1743; died Unknown.
  100 ii.   Benjamin Griggs, Jr., born Bet. 1744 - 1758 in Sheffield, Berkshire, MA; died 1801 in Sheffield, Berkshire, MA; married (1) Mary; married (2) Sarah Jerusha Johnson 1770 in Sheffield, Berkshire, MA.


      208. Charles Boyle, born Bef. 1730; died Abt. 1820.

Notes for Charles Boyle:
Charles Boyles (Patrick's brother) lists his father's name as Charles (mother unknown) on his military pension papers.

Census/tax/land info:
      1780 - This family moved to Stroudsburg, PA, to get protection from the Indians during the war
            and Charles was discharged from the Army there.
      1787/1790 - Charles Boyle on tax roll in Lower Smithfield Twp., Northampton Co., PA.
      1790 - Charles Boyles (there are three of them in Pennsylvania)
            No Pat Boyles in Pennsylvania (He would have been a minor)
      1800 - David Robinson near Lansing, NY (Patrick's wife's father)
      A Charles Boyle found in Wayne Co., PA
      1806 - Charles and Patrick Boyle living/buying/selling land in Milton Twp., NY - Lot 67
            (This lot was a military lot awarded to their deceased brother Job Boyle)
      1810 - David Robinson
      Pat Boyles
      Charles Boyles - all three near Lansing, NY in Cayuga Co.
      1820 - Same as 1810 - except in Tompkins County.
      1833 - Patrick and Charles Boyle move to Crawford Co., PA
      1840 - Charles, Jesse, Patrick and Sylvester Boyle in Crawford Co., PA
      1850 - Patrick Boyles living at Meadville (age 77 with wife Mary)
      Charles Boyles living at Meadville (age 91)
      Charles Boyles living at Meadville (age 38 with wife Catherine)
      Sylvester Boyles living at Meadville (age 34 with wife Sarah)
      Jefferson Boyles living with Pat (age 19)
      Jefferson Boyles living Spring Township (age 50) and the 91
      year old Charles lived there too.
      Jesse, John, Daniel, another John, Mary, William and William F. Boyles in Crawford Co.


According to a descendent, Homer Boyle, this Charles is descended from Charles Boyle, son of Sir Richard Boyle (B 1544 in Canterbury, England). The birth dates just don't work. According to this account, Sir Richard married an Englishwoman and got involved in real estate in Munster, Ireland. In 1603, he was knighted and became the Viscount Dungarven and became the first Earl of Cork. In 1631, He was made High Lord Treasurer. He had 14 children, 7 male, 7 female. His 3rd son, Roger, supported Cromwell and in about 1655 went to Ireland to aid in securing it for Charles II. Richard's 4th son, Charles, was accused of being a member of the Jacobite Society and was imprisoned in London Tower in 1721 (see how these dates don't work?), but was acquitted. The 7th son, Robert, was considered to be a learned man and lectured extensively. He was supposedly born in 1628 (that makes his dad 84 yrs old!) at Lismore Castle in Waterford, Ireland.

According to another descendent, Helen Jennette Boyles, Charles came over during the revolutionary times and fought in the Revolutionary War.

According to the Genealogical Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files, 1990, This Charles Boyle, Sr. lived in Claverack, NY, when his son, Charles S. enlisted. Charles Sr moved back to NY state after the war.[Brøderbund Family Archive #312, Ed. 1, Census Index: U.S. Selected Counties, 1800, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2001, Internal Ref. #1.312.1.331.112]

Individual: Boyl, Charles
County/State: Allegheny Co., PA
Page #: 26
Year: 1800
Age ranges in household: 00000-0000100

More About Charles Boyle:
Name 2: Charles Boyl
     
Children of Charles Boyle are:
  i.   Job Boyle, born Bet. 1757 - 1762; died December 12, 1777 in Revolutionary War.
  Notes for Job Boyle:
Died in battle. Was the drummer for the Livingston Regiment, Hansen Company.

  ii.   Charles S. Boyle, born 1759 in Pennsylvania; died 1861 in East Spring Cemetery, Hickernell, Springboro, PA.
  Notes for Charles S. Boyle:
1850 Census: Charles living with his only known child Jesse in Crawford Co., PA.

A paper written in 1935 by a descendent (Homer Boyle)suggests that Charles originally came to America in 1776 as an English soldier with a young son, stationed in NY, that becames sympathetic to the American cause. This paper also states that his wife was supposedly French. Though this sounds perfectly plausible, could this story be about Charles' father, Charles? This would be more plausible due to the brother of this Charles, Job, being killed in the war in 1777 as a fife player.

Charles enlisted in the American Army in 1776 supposedly around Claverack/Hudson, NY. Support for this is only found from Charles' papers when he was 90 years old.

His Rev. War pension papers states his father's name was also Charles, mother unknown.

He lived in the Stroudsburg area at least between 1787 and 1790. He is found on the tax rolls of Lower Smithfield Township. He was involved with Sullivans Expedition against the Indians. He was also connected to the Fort at Stroudsburg after the War.

According to Genealogical Abastracts of Rev. War Pension Files, 1990, Charles first wife died before 1800 and his second wife died before 1830.[Brøderbund Family Archive #312, Ed. 1, Census Index: U.S. Selected Counties, 1800, Date of Import: Feb 15, 2001, Internal Ref. #1.312.1.332.4]

Individual: Boyles, Charles
County/State: Somerset Co., PA
Page #: 567
Year: 1800
Age ranges in household: 30110-1121100

  More About Charles S. Boyle:
Name 2: Charles Boyles

  104 iii.   Patrick Y. Boyles, born 1773 in NY City, NY; died January 05, 1860 in Meadville, PA; married Mary Robinson 1805 in Lansing, NY.


      210. David Robinson, Jr., born 1747 in Long Island, NY; died June 14, 1823 in North Lansing, Tompkins County, NY. He was the son of 420. David Robinson, Sr.. He married 211. Polly (Mary) Raynor.

      211. Polly (Mary) Raynor (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1899, Date of Import: Sep 16, 1999.), born 1751 in St George's Manor, NY (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1899, Date of Import: Sep 16, 1999.); died April 25, 1824 in North Lansing, Tompkins Co., NY (Source: Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1, (Release date: December 15, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1899, Date of Import: Sep 16, 1999.). She was the daughter of 422. Joseph Raynor and 423. Jemima Dayton.

Notes for David Robinson, Jr.:
Don't know which wife was mother to which kids.

Mary was wife when he died. Will dated 5/28/1823, proved 6/23/1823.

He fought in the Revolutionary War. Either he or his father was a cranberry picker.

  Notes for Polly (Mary) Raynor:
She is supposedly a Delaware Indian and can be found on the Delaware rolls. She was also a nurse in the Revolutionary War.

More About Polly (Mary) Raynor:
Date born 2: 1751, St. George's Manor, NY
     
Children of David Robinson and Polly Raynor are:
  i.   David Robinson, born Abt. 1768 in St. George's Manor, NY; died April 06, 1857 in Southampton, NY; married Jemima Reeves 1791 in Manor of St. George, NY; born Abt. 1768; died Unknown.
  More About David Robinson and Jemima Reeves:
Marriage: 1791, Manor of St. George, NY

  ii.   Jerusah Robinson, born August 20, 1771 in Brookhaven, Long Island, NY; died February 16, 1866 in Lansing, Tompkins Co., NY; married John Bowker in Lansing, NY; born September 10, 1771 in Marbletown, Ulster County, NY; died September 16, 1855 in Lansing, Tompkins County, NY.
  More About John Bowker and Jerusah Robinson:
Marriage: Lansing, NY

  iii.   Elizabeth Robinson, born October 12, 1772 in Brookhaven Town, NY; died May 25, 1841 in North Lansing, NY; married Daniel Lane December 24, 1789; born Bet. 1750 - 1800; died Unknown.
  More About Daniel Lane and Elizabeth Robinson:
Marriage: December 24, 1789

  iv.   Juleana Robinson, born September 18, 1779; died October 29, 1855 in Lansing, Tompkins Co., NY; married (1) Mr. Ross; born Bet. 1758 - 1800; died Unknown; married (2) Henry Carter February 21, 1794; born Bet. 1758 - 1800; died Unknown.
  105 v.   Mary Robinson, born May 12, 1783 in Long Island, NY; died January 09, 1871 in Meadville, PA; married Patrick Y. Boyles 1805 in Lansing, NY.
  vi.   Susan Robinson, born 1789; died June 28, 1865 in Caneadea, NY; married Joel Seaton January 01, 1810 in North Lansing, NY; born Bet. 1750 - 1800; died Unknown.
  More About Joel Seaton and Susan Robinson:
Marriage: January 01, 1810, North Lansing, NY

  vii.   Henry Robinson, born June 22, 1799 in North Lansing, Tompkins Co., NY; died April 24, 1858 in Meads Corner, Crawford Co., PA; married (1) Adeline Sheldon Bef. 1820; born Abt. 1799; died Unknown; married (2) Polly Ross June 29, 1820 in Lansing, NY; born Abt. 1799; died Unknown.
  More About Henry Robinson and Adeline Sheldon:
Marriage: Bef. 1820



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