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Boyd, Margaret Yates

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Boyd, Margaret Yates

Posted: 23 Oct 2011 4:46PM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 13 Nov 2011 12:56AM GMT
Surnames: Livingston, Boyd, Wood, Scull, Clay, Curtis, Bowers, Bolton, Brinckle
Margaret Yates Boyd, dau. of Rev. George & Elizabeth (Livingston) Boyd, of Philadelphia, Pa; b. 1835 Pa.; m. Harry Gibbs Clay

Wood- Joseph Clay, first child of Curtis & Margaret (Wood) Clay; b. 1769 Pa.; m. Mary Ashmead

Margaret Wood, dau. of Joseph & Mary (Scull) Wood; b. 1751 Pa.; m. Curtis Clay


from a book found on HeritageQuestOnline.com – not in my line as far as I know

Title: The family of Clay of New Castle, Delaware and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Authors: Clay, Cecil
City of Publication: Washington, D.C.
Publisher: Gibson Bros., printers and bookbinders
Date: 1895
Page Count: 51
Notes: Preface signed: Cecil Clay
Includes indexes.
Reel/Fiche Number: Genealogy and local history; G3330
Subject Headings: Clay family
Primary Family Name: Clay family


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Robert Clay, eldest son - and only child by his first wife, Hanna Slater – of Robert Clay, of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, and Sheffield, Yorkshire, England; bapt. December 9, 1688, at Chesterfield, Derbyshire; d. 1716, lost at sea while in command of the ship Triumph, of Liverpool, England;
m. (2) December 16, 1710, at Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa., by Rev. Evan Evans, to Ann Curtis, dau. of Winlock Curtis and Ann (Bowers) Curtis, of Kent Co., Delaware; b. November 15, 1690; bapt. May 1707, at Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa., by Rev. John Talbot.
1. Slater Clay, b. Nov. 2, 1711
2. Robert Clay, b. 1713
3. Hannah Clay, b. July 30, 1714
4. Thomas Clay, b. September 1, 1715

After Robert Clay’s death, his widow m. February 19, 1721, at Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa., Robert Bolton, only son of John and Ann Bolton, of Yorkshire, England. She died May 5, 1747, at Philadelphia, Pa.; buried May 7, 1747, at Christ Church.

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Slater Clay, eldest child of Robert and Ann (Curtis) Clay, of Philadelphia, Pa.; b. November 2, 1711, at Philadelphia, Pa.; bapt. 1711 at Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa; d. February 20, 1767, at Newcastle, Delaware, and buried in Emmanuel Churchyard;
m. February 2, 1740, Ann Curtis, dau. of Jehu and Mary (Brinckle) Curtis, of Kent Co., Delaware; b. November 29, 1723; d. Sunday, June 14, 1789, at Newcastle, Delaware and buried there in Emmanuel Churchyard.
1. Curtis Clay, b. April 9, 1747
2. Robert Clay, b. Wednesday, October 18, 1749
3. John Clay, b. Tuesday, June 4, 1751
4. Thomas Clay, b. Tuesday, July 17, 1753
5. Slater Clay, b. Tuesday, October 1, 1754
6. Jehu Clay, b. Thursday, January 8, 1756; d. Thursday, July 28, 1757
7. Jehu Clay, b. Monday, August 1, 1757; d. Sunday, February 5, 1758
8. Mary Clay, b. Monday, June 26, 1758
9. Ann Clay, b. Monday, July 2, 1759
10. Elizabeth Clay, b. Monday, July 21, 1760
11. William Clay, b. Tuesday, July 28, 1761
12. George Clay, b. Monday, December 13, 1762
13. Sarah Clay, b. Thursday, August 9, 1764

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Curtis Clay, eldest son of Slater and Ann (Curtis) Clay; b. Thursday, April 9, 1747, at Newcastle, Delaware; bapt. Wednesday, May 27, 1747, at Emmanuel Church, Newcastle, Delaware, by Rev. George Ross; d. Monday, September 11, 1809, at Philadelphia, Pa.; bur. Tuesday, September 12, 1809, at Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa;
m. Thursday, November 3, 1768, at Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa., by the Rector, Rev. Jacob Duche, Margaret Wood, dau. of Joseph and Mary (Scull) Wood; b. Friday, April 26, 1751, at Philadelphia, Pa.; bapt. Friday, July 23, 1756, at Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa.; d. Wednesday, May 17, 1809, and buried at Christ Church
1. Joseph Clay, b. Monday, July 24, 1769
2. Robert Clay, b. Friday, August 10, 1770
3. Curtis Clay, b. Friday, April 17, 1772

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Joseph Clay, first child of Curtis and Margaret (Wood) Clay; b. Monday, July 24, 1769, at Philadelphia, Pa.; bapt. Tuesday, July 16, 1771, at Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa., by Rev. Dr. Peters; d. Tuesday, August 27, 18111, at Philadelphia, Pa.; buried Wednesday, August 28, 1811, in Christ Churchyard;
m. Tuesday, September 10, 1805, at Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa.; by Rev. Dr. White, Mary Ashmead, dau. of John and Mary (Mifflin) Ashmead; b. Thursday, January 10, 1782 at Philadelphia, Pa.; bapt. Monday, May 17, 1852, at Epiphany Church, Philadelphia, Pa., by Rev. James H. Fowles; d. Friday, February 10, 1871, at Philadelphia, Pa.; buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa.;
1. Joseph Ashmead Clay; b. Tuesday, June 3, 1806
2. John Randolph Clay; b. Thursday, September 29, 1808
3. Ann Eliza Clay; b. Thursday, July 26, 1810

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John Randolph Clay, second child of Joseph and Mary (Ashmead) Clay; b. Thursday, September 29, 1808, at Philadelphia, Pa.; d. Saturday, August 15, 1885, at 58 Finborough Road, South Kensington, London, England; bur. Wednesday, September 9, 1885, in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa.,
m (1) Thursday, April 2, 1835 at the English Church, St. Petersburg, Russia, by Rev. Edward Law, Frances Ann Sophia Catharine Gibbs, dau. of Dr. Harry Leake and Mary Ann Gibbs, of Exeter, England; b. Saturday, December 4, 1813, at St. Petersburg, Russia; bapt. Thursday, January 27, 1814, at the English Church, St. Petersburg; d. Tuesday, January 28, 1840, at Vienna, Austria; bur. Thursday, January 30, 1840, in St. Mark’s Churchyard, outside the city.

Children:
1. Harry Gibbs Clay, b. Friday, December 25, 1835
2. Mary Frances Clay, b. Friday, February 3, 1837
3. Antony Alexander Clay, b. Sunday, February 17, 1839

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Harry Gibbs Clay, first child of John Randolph and Frances Anne Sophia Catharine (Gibbs) Clay; b. Friday, December 25, 1835 at St. Petersburg, Russia; bapt. Friday, March 4, 1836, at the English Church, St. Petersburg, Russia, by Rev. Edward Law;
m. Thursday, May 12, 1859, at No. 1816 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa., by Rev. J.P.B. Wilmer, D.D., of St. Mark’s Church. Margaret Yates Boyd, dau. of Rev. George and Elizabeth (Livingston) Boyd, of Philadelphia, Pa; b. Monday, December 7, 1835, at Philadelphia, Pa; bapt. by Rev. George Boyd., D.D.
1. George Boyd Clay; b. Wednesday, March 7, 1860
2. Mary Frances Randolph Clay; b. Saturday, June 28, 1862
3. Margaret Boyd Clay; Tuesday, March 8, 1864
4. Harry Gibbs Clay; Thursday, July 26, 1866
5. Helen Maud Clay; b. Wednesday, May 17, 1865

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