Percy Arthur Boyce

#46584, b. 1880

Individual's Timeline

Birth1880Percy Arthur Boyce
Birth RegMarch 1880Percy Arthur Boyce1
Marr RegMarch 1905Percy Arthur Boyce2

Primary events

  • Birth: Percy Arthur Boyce was born in 1880 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England.
  • Birth Reg: Percy's birth was registered in the quarter ended in March 1880 in the Great Yarmouth registration district.1
  • Marr Reg: The marriage of Percy and Bessie Parmenter Church was registered in the quarter ended March 1905 in the Great Yarmouth registration district.2

Secondary circumstances

  • Occupation: Percy was a chain maker for cycles.

Census details

Brushes with the LAW

In 1892 William and Percy were tried and found guilty of shop breaking and larceny therein. William (the eldest) got 4 calendar months hard labour, and Percy got 1 week. In April 1896 (he was now 22 and 5'2") he was tried for larceny and got 6 months. Confirmed he was the same man as both had red hair.3

Research Notes

  • Research note 01: He was in the 4th Battalian Rifle Brigade in 1902, according to the attestation papers of his brother Victor Albert.

Children of Percy Arthur Boyce and Bessie Parmenter Church

Citations

  1. Website Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) "England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915 about Percy Arthur Boyce
    Name:      Percy Arthur Boyce
    Date of Registration:      Jan-Feb-Mar 1880
    Registration district:      Yarmouth
    Inferred County:      Norfolk
    Volume:      4b
    Page:      12."
  2. Website Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) "England & Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index: 1837-1915 about Percy Arthur Boyce
    Name:      Percy Arthur Boyce
    Date of Registration:      Jan-Feb-Mar 1905
    Registration district:      Yarmouth
    Inferred County:      Norfolk
    Volume Number:      4b
    Page Number:      27."
  3. Website Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) "England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892 about William Boyce
    Name:      William Boyce
    Date of Trial:      25 Nov 1892
    Trial Year:      1892
    Location of Trial:      Norfolk, England
    Sentence:      Imprisonment."