First Generation

1. William Nathan1 Boynton, Sr. (#6618) birth date unknown.

He married Frances Amelia 'Fannie' Isbell 28 Jun 1859. (Frances Amelia 'Fannie' Isbell is #6617.) Frances was born about 1840. Frances was the daughter of James Isbell and Rutelia Houston. Owen's "History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography" Vol. 3, page 192 on William Nathan Boynton.

Frances Amelia ("Fannie") Isbell, daughter of James Isbell & Rutelia Houston, married William N. Boynton of Cahaba, first capital of Alabama. They later lived in Selma, Dallas Co. He was a native of New Haven, VT.

William N. Boynton was said to be a nephew of Dr. Alanson Saltmarsh, who married a niece of William Rufus King, vice President of the U.S., according to this site on Cahaba:

Confederate General Edmund Pettus for whom the Edmund Pettus Bridge at Selma, AL. was named. The name of Gen. Pettus will forever be linked with the infamous "Bloody Sunday," March 7, 1965. Gen. Pettus lived in the home of Wm. N. Boynton & Fran ces (Isbell) Boynton at Cahaba.

William Nathan Boynton, Sr. and Frances Amelia 'Fannie' Isbell had the following children:

child 2 i. William Nathan2 Boynton, Jr. (#6619).

child 3 ii. Dwight Boynton (#6620).

child 4 iii. James Isbell Boynton (#35977).

child 5 iv. William Hardie Boynton (#35978).

child 6 v. Robert Houston Boynton (#35979).

child 7 vi. Stanley Boynton (#35980).

child 8 vii. Stella Boynton (#35981).

child 9 viii. Thedore Dwayne Boynton (#35982).

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