Abt 1750 - 1814 (~ 64 years)
||John Boyer  |
||"Revolutionary War" |
||Oley Twp. Berks Co, PA 
||12 Nov 1814
||Bristol Twp., Philadelphia Co, PA 
||Frankford Presbyterian Churchyard, Philadelphia Co., PA 
||6 Feb 2011 |
||Mary Smith, d. 19 Oct 1834, Germantown, PA |
|+||1. Elizabeth Boyer|
|+||2. Rebecca Boyer, d. Bef 8 Jun 1812|
|+||3. Gabriel Boyer, b. 5 Oct 1772, d. 26 Jun 1827, Germantown, PA (Age 54 years)|
|+||4. Sarah Boyer, d. 10 May 1845|
| ||5. John Boyer|
|+||6. Peter Boyer, b. 6 Mar 1780, Germantown, PA , d. 16 Dec 1866 (Age 86 years)|
| ||7. Mary Boyer|
|+||8. Henry Boyer, b. 11 May 1790, Philadelphia County, PA , d. 25 Mar 1877 (Age 86 years)|
|+||9. David Boyer, d. 1827|
|+||10. Jacob Boyer, b. Abt 1815, Rowlandville, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania , d. 1872, Olney, PA (Age ~ 57 years)|
||20 May 2006 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- Notes from "American Boyers":
"2 - AG1 John Boyer was born about 1750 or earlier, in Oley (Oley Twp., Berks Co.), PA., as reckoned from the birth of his oldest son, and died Nov., 12, 1814 in Bristol Twp., Philadelphia Co., PA. His granddaughter, Mrs Mary J. Kluhenspies (4 - AG168), reported that he was built stout and straight, six feet three inches tall, called the strongest in a thousand. She said he was a soldier, probably in the Revolutionary War, and that he was a favorite with the officers, frequently dining with them. Perhaps he was the Sergeant mentioned on page 155, Vol. 5, Fifth Series, Pennsylvania Archives, 1777. "
"He was a farmer near Frankford, Bristol Twp., County of Philadelphia, in which locality he found his wife. His will was made June 8, 1812, and was probated Dec. 27, 1814; recorded in Book 5, page 388, at Philadelphia, PA. He married Mary Smith, who died Oct. 19, 1834 at Germantown, Philadelphia Co., Pa. Both are buried in the Frankford Presbyterian Churchyard, Philadelphia Co., PA. Her will was made Jan. 15, 1833 and was probated Oct. 27, 1834; recorded in Book 11, page 304, at Philadelphia. An interesting fact of her will is that she bequeathed her mahogany dining table to her "nephew Lewis Boyer, son of my son Peter Boyer." Apparently, Lewis was really a grandson, but the revising historian wonders why he was called her nephew. See Peter Boyer (3-AG16) and Peter Boyer (2-AG2) for further data on this problem and the problem of Peter's wife's name. Children, all named in John Boyer's will, were: Elizabeth, Rebecca, Gabriel, Sarah, Mary, Peter, John, Jacob, David, and Henry." 
- [SAuth] John Spencer Howell, Jr., John Spencer Howell, Jr., (http://www.jhowell.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org).
- [S1357] American Boyers, Donald Arthur Boyer, Historian, (7th Edition, Published 1984, 990 East Philadelphia Street, York, PA 17403), Chapter 7 (AG) (Reliability: 0).
- [S1357] American Boyers, Donald Arthur Boyer, Historian, (7th Edition, Published 1984, 990 East Philadelphia Street, York, PA 17403), p. 632 (Reliability: 0).