1690 in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts to Thomas Boylston (1644-1695) and Mary Gardner (1648-1722) and died 1739 of unspecified causes. He married Sarah Morecock (1697-1774) in Massachusetts.Thomas Boylston III was born
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Marriage and Family
- Mary Boylston (1722-1795) - in 1746 married a British naval officer, Benjamin Hallowell (1725-1799), who later became His Majesty's Commissioner of the Port of Boston, serving during the time of the Boston Tea Party. Because of their Loyalists background, this family had to flee Boston during the American Revolutionary War.
- Nicholas Boylston
- Sarah Boylston
- Anna Boylston
- Thomas Boylston IV
- Edward Boylston
- Nathaniel Boylston
- Lucy Boylston
- Rebecca Boylston
|Offspring of Thomas Boylston III and Sarah Morecock (1697-1774)|
|Mary Boylston (1722-1795)||19 February 1722 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States||1795 England, United Kingdom|| Benjamin Hallowell (1725-1799)|
|Nicholas Boylston|| |
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|Nathaniel Boylston|| |
|Lucy Boylston|| |
- Thomas Boylston - disambiguation
- Boylston Family of Boston - Boston Brahmin
- Boylston in Middlesex County, Massachusetts
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