About Antipas Boyce
Noyes, Sybil, Charles Thornton Libby and Walter Goodwin Davis. Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1988.
Boyce (Boies). 1. Atipas, Boston merchant, headed the Kennebec purchase from the Plymouth Colony; m. 24 Jan 1660 Hannah Hill (Valentine), who soon d. Will, July-Aug. 1669, names only ch: Atipas, b 8 Feb 1661, who d.s.p. in in 1706, as by adv. in Boston News Letter 3 Aug. 1719, when Capt. Nathaniel Hill claimed to be his bro.-in-law's heir. See Boyce, Maine Wills, 628, N.E. Reg. 19.308, 41.92.
- ANTIPAS BOYCE OF BOSTON & N.E. October. 12, 1705 Will: from Maine Wills 1640-1760 by William M. Sargent No children named only friends. Maine Probate Abstracts V.2 1775-1800 Antipas p.3 8/47 of Boston will (8.33) F1325i Will MW 628-629 witness: David, James, Jotham
- SAVAGES "Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Vol I" BOYES, BOYS, BOYCE, or BOIES, ANTIPAS, Boston 1659, merch. whose d. Hannah he had m. 24 Jan. 1660, had Antipas, and d. July or Aug. 1669. His will 3 July of that yr. was pro. 18 Aug. and after giv. est. to s. he says, if uncle Richard Rose wishes, he may bring him up and rec. the prop. The s. went, I think. to Eng.