Martin Andrew Boyce1

#25418, (26 November 1868 - 7 November 1943)
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Estelle Rose Roche
Father*Martin B Boyce1 (c 1823 - 1905)
Mother*Johanna Casey1 (1837 - 1888)
Birth*26 November 1868He was born on 26 November 1868 at MissouriG.1 
14 June 1900He appeared on the census of 14 June 1900 in the household of Martin B Boyce at 1625 Semple Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.2 
20 June 1917In William J Casey's will dated 20 June 1917, Martin Andrew Boyce was named as an heir.3 
Death*7 November 1943He died on 7 November 1943 at Los Angeles Co., CaliforniaG, at age 74.1 


  1. [S384] California Death Index, 1940-1997, online, Original data: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA, USA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, Martin Andrew Boyse, son of ___ Boyce and ___ Casey, b. MO 26 Nov 1868, d. Los Angeles Co. 7 Nov 1943.
  2. [S5] 1900 U.S. Federal Census. Martin B (78), wid., b. Ireland Aug 1821, parents b. Ireland, imm. 1825, naturalized.
  3. [S1815] Missouri Wills and Probate Records, 1766-1988, online, Washington Co.> Will Records, Vol E, 1906-1929, pp. 181-185, imgs. 118-120. Will of William J Casey of Washington Co., MO, 20 Jun 1917. Gives $1000 each to nephews Matthew, Martin, John, Clem and William Boyse, sons of sister Johanna Boyse, and to niece Elizabeth, dau. of sister Johanna Boyse. Gives $1000 each to niece Mrs. Fannie Anthony, dau. of brother Dr. Frank Casey, to nephew W J Casey Jr, son of brother Dr. Frank Casey, and to Helen Casey, dau. of Frank T Casey Jr, and to Mrs. Sophie T Casey, widow of brother Dr. Frank Casey. Gives $2500 each to niece Cataherine P Casey, dau. of brother Andrew, and to nieces Clara C and Regina Casey, daus. of brother M J Casey. Charitable gifts of $500 each to the Little Sisters of the Poor, the House of the Good Shepherd and St. James Catholic Church of Potosi. Residual of personal estate in equal parts to nieces Catherine P Casey, Clara C Casey and Regina Casey. Real estate given in equal parts to nephews Gray Casey and Ferd Casey. Appoints executors nephews Gray and Ferd Casey. Witn. Frank Bust, P T Bust and M E Rhodes. Proved 12 Feb 1918 [though witness attestations are dated 13 Feb 1918].