BOYLE, Charles

Crawford County

Charles Boyle

Captain Robichaux's company
Colonel Livingston's NY Regiment

Charles Boyle was born in New York City. He served as a private in Captain Robichaux's company, Colonel Livington's New York regiment. He was at the battle of Stillwater and surrender of Burgoyne.

Charles Boyle was placed on the pension roll, 1850, of Mead township, Crawford County. He died in Mead township, Crawford County, 15 Mar 1859 and is buried in East Spring Cemetery, Spring Township.

Compiled from several sources: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution; The Continental Line; pension records and NARA.

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