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Johnny Boyett and Warren Earp (1900 Wilcox Az)

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Re: Johnny Boyett and Warren Earp (1900 Wilcox Az)

Posted: 1186065134000
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Surnames: Boyett Carson Earp
The Boyett brothers (John Nathan Boyett and Samuel Houston Boyett) and along with Sam's wife Edna and their son Fred are buried near the old homestead at the Fischer Cemetery in Comal Co TX. The homestead was just across the county line in Hays Co TX.

Link to the cemetery records:
Fischer Store Cemetery Burial Records
Buried Birth
Boyett Edna J. 31Oct1959 1877
Boyett Fredrick Owen 27Jun1964 1901
Boyett John Nathan 18Dec1919 29Feb1862
Boyett Sam Houston 24Jan1920 12Dec1866

Texas State Board of Health, Standard Certificate of Death:
Source: "The Death of Warren Baxter Earp, A Closer Look" by Michael M. Hickey

Sam Boyett, born in Burleson Co TX
Place of Death, Hays Co TX, near Hugo, TX
Mother, Martha Carson, MS
Father, N.L. Boyett, TN
Informant, Edna Boyett, San Marcos, TX

Census Records:
1920 San Marcos, Hays Co TX
Samuel, Edna, Fred Boyett

1900 San Marcos, Hays Co TX
Samuel and Edna Boyett

1900 Unservgore Grant Land, Cochise, Arizona Territory
Jno N Boyett

1880 Precinct 1, Blanco, Texas
Martha A. Carson and another household, cousin Silas Carson
Another household Martha Boyett, Widow along with John, Lucinda and Samuel Boyett

The 1870 Census, Burleson, TX
Nathan (head of houshold), age 47, NC
Martha, Wife, age 46, MS
Mary J., Dau, age 12, TX
Lucy, Dau, age 10, TX
John, Son, age 8, TX
Lucinda, Dau, age 6, TX
Samuel, Son, age 4, TX
Ellen, Dau, age 7/12, TX

1860 Census, Burleson, TX (Brazos Bottom)
N. Boyett, age 28, head , born in TN b abt 1832 (Nathan)
M. Boyett, age 30, wife, MS abt 1830 (Martha)
Frances, age 6, dau, TX abt 1854
Mary, age 3, dau, TX abt 1857
Lecy, age 1, dau, TX abt 1859

NOTE: also a C.H. Boyett (age 34) & Family in Burleson Co (Bar Keeper, Post Office Evergreen, Washington Co)

Data Source: 1850 United States Federal Census
View Record Name Home in 1850
(City,County,State) Estimated birth year Birth Place

James C Boyett Tyler, TX abt 1815 North Carolina
Frances Boyett Tyler, TX abt 1827 MS(Frances Carson)
John R Boyett Tyler, TX abt 1840 Texas
Thomas P Boyett Tyler, TX abt 1842 Texas
Martha S Boyett Tyler, TX abt 1843 Texas
Nathaniel Boyett Tyler, TX abt 1847 Texas
Frances E Boyett Tyler, TX abt 1850 Texas
Martha Carson Tyler, TX abt TX, age 21 MS (Sister of Frances)

Data Source: 1850 U.S. Federal Census,Gibson Co. TN
2266 Lecia BOYETT 55 F Farmer NC
Nathan BOYETT 21 M NC
Lucinda BOYETT 24 F NC
Indexed under Greer? (alternate surname submitted to

Source: From Boyte to Boyette
Thomas Boyte b. abt 1665 Nansemond Co VA
Thomas Boyt b. abt 1710 Nansemond Co VA > Johnson/Dobbs NC
Thomas Boyet b. abt 1735 Dobbs/Wayne Co NC
Moses Boyet b. abt 1757 m. Delilah Wayne Co NC
Nathan Boyet b. abt 1777 m. Lecia lived in Gibson Co TN d. abt 1845

Carson/Boyett Family Research
(See chapters 11 and 19)


SEVENTH GENERATION (Synchronized with Nathan Carson line)

139 James C. BOYETT was born in Tennessee in 1811 and died on 13 April, 1874. The Brazos County Deed Book B, page 418 - 419, for 18 Aug., 1855, lists the sale of a slave Isaac, age 23 or 24, to William C. Greer for $1050 to satisfy a debt. He was married to (82) Frances (Carson) BOYETT, who was born in Mississippi on 26 Nov., 1823 and died in Bryan, Texas on 20 Aug., 1887. They are both buried in the Bryan City Cemetery. (Frances was the daughter of John CARSON of Blanco County, who is believed to be a descendent of Thomas Gibson Carson). Their children were:
+140 Thomas Pinckney BOYETT
952 John Robert BOYETT was born in 1841, served in the Confederate Army and died on 17 Dec., 1869. He is buried in the Bryan City Cemetery, Brazos Co., Texas
+953 Martha Lucy (Boyett) GRAY
954 Phoebe HEARNE was born on 25 April, 1856 and lived in Bryan, Texas
+955 James Cobb BOYETT
+956 William Carson BOYETT
+975 Nathaniel L. BOYETT
989 Nancy (Boyett) COOK was born on 2 July, 1854, and married (994) R. A. COOK

Nathan L. BOYETT was the brother of James C. Boyett. He married Martha (Carson) BOYETT , who was the sister of Frances (Carson) BOYETT, who married James C. BOYETT. Frances was the daughter of John CARSON of Blanco County. They had one known son:
John BOYETT moved to Arizona with his cousin on his mother's side, Silas Green Unknown. Silas died of rabies from a skunk. [see chapter 20]

John BOYETT was born about 1862 in Texas, and was living in Burleson County, Texas in 1870. He moved to Arizona with his cousin on his mother's side, Silas Green CARSON.

Silas Green CARSON was born 7 May, 1874 in Blanco County, Texas, and died 4 Nov, 1900 in El Paso, Texas. He had moved to Bisbee, Arizona, and while there was bitten by a rabid skunk while sleeping on the ground. He subsequently died of rabies in El Paso.

1. Settler's Affidavit $5.00 (4 June 1860 Burleson Co. Nathan L. BOYETT, settler on and improving vacant land; shows his mark.)
2. Survey Application $5.00 (4 June 1860 Burleson Co. applies for survey by virtue of his settlement, shows mark of N. L. BOYETT.)
3. Field Notes $5.00 (Description of the metes and bounds of 160 acres in Burleson Co., surveyed 4 June 1860.)
4. Patent $5.00 (Final title issued 8 July 1862 Patent 585 Vol 7)
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