The Boone Society has expended money in researching the ancestry of Daniel
Boone's family in Devonshire and they have found no connection to the
There is a new theory that they descend form a French immigrant to England,
on the Preview link for an introduction.
Stewart Baldwin's(1) article, serialized in The Genealogist, volume 15
(2001) pp.104–28, 172–95; 16 (2002): pp.71–92, 234–54, on Edward Morgan may
also be of interest, as well as his web page:
Please note that Mary Wilcoxon, daughter of Sarah Boone and John Wilcoxon,
married Renelder Walker, NC Marriage Bond dated 11/27/1778 Wilkes Co., NC.
Sarah Boone was the elder sister of Daniel Boone, daughter of Squire Boone
and Sarah Morgan .
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Hence Menzies pronounced Mingis
According to D. P. Menzies (The Red and White Book of Menzies: The History
of Clan Menzies and Its Chiefs, 1894), the family descends from Mannus,
second son of King Fergus, 333 BC.
Alternatively, the family was originally de Meyners, and became Manners in England.
There is no zed in Menzies; the fourth letter is yogh.
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