|Birth: ||Jul. 24, 1837|
Paul Green BOYKIN was born in 1837, the eldest of the ten children born to
• Tobias BOYKIN of Screven County &
• Asenith T. HODGES (daughter of Nathaniel HODGES & Martha WHTTINGTON of Bulloch County).
He was the husband, first of
• Henrietta G. ANDERSON of Screven County (daughter of William F. ANDERSON & his first wife, Sarah Ann DOWDY), and then of
• Mary Ann WILLIAMS of Bulloch County (daughter of John WILLIAMS & Susannah SCARBORO).
Paul Green BOYKIN died after 1900. By Henrietta G. ANDERSON, he was the father of Lovik P. BOYKIN (born about 1869, died after 1917), and by Mary Ann WILLIAMS, he was the father of John Williams BOYKIN, "Jack" (born in October of 1880, died 1917).
C.S.A. Service Record - Screven County, Georgia "Black Creek Volunteers," 1st Company B of the 25th Regiment of the Georgia Volunteer Infantry:
Jack enlisted as a private on the 10th of August, 1861, and was appointed 3rd Sergeant on the 5th of May, 1862. He was captured at Nashville, Tennessee, on the 16th of December, 1864. He was released at Camp Douglas, Illinois, on the 18th of June, 1865. [He served the Confederate cause with his younger brother, John Anthony BOYKIN Sr., "Jack," who was also captured at Nashville TN and released from Camp Douglas IL, all service dates being the same for both.]
Tobias Boykin (1802 - 1891)
Mary Ann Williams Boykin (1838 - 1884)
Paul Green Boykin (1837 - ____)
John Anthony Boykin (1838 - 1906)*
Margaret M. Boykin (1839 - 1917)*
Mary Ann Boykin (1840 - 1927)*
Roxie Ann Boykin Sheppard (1845 - 1925)*
William P. Boykin (1849 - 1901)*
Marshall V. Boykin (1851 - 1903)*
Henry Bascom Boykin (1856 - 1939)*
Flora E. Boykin Jarrell (1858 - 1956)*
Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery
Created by: jrpv
Record added: Apr 24, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 36302240
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero, a Confederate Soldier Who Bravely and Proudly Fought For Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.|
Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
Added: May. 24, 2011