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Samuel H. Boyd (1831-1861) was one of four sons of George D. Boyd, a legislator, justice, merchant, mill owner and planter. The Boyds resided about five miles south of Wentworth, N.C., at The Hermitage plantation. Samuel Boyd was killed while serving in the Confederate Army near Spotsylvania Courthouse in 1861. He is buried, along with two of his brothers who also died in the Civil War, in the Wentworth Methodist Church Cemetery, Wentworth, N.C.

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