Born: December 21,1841. (Baptismal record indicates Dec. 22,1841)
Islington, Middlesex, London, England
Immigrated to New York: 20 March 1854 on the ship, Devonshire from London, England
Died: March 9, 1886
Buried: Green-wood Cemetery: Section 155; Grave No. 2; Lot No. 25297. March 14, 1886
Brother of: John Boyce Company E.
Occupation: Carpenter, Superintendent of repairs for the Brooklyn City Railroad
Father: John T BOYCE
Mothers Maiden Name: Eliza ELLIS
Wife: Elizabeth Boyce (nee BIRTLES)
Enlisted: August 15, 1862 at Brooklyn, New York to serve 3 years (aged 21 years).
Mustered In: August 16, 1862 as Private in Company E.
Transferred: June 3, 1864 to Fifth New York Veteran Infantry, Company H.
Captured: May 14, 1864.
Andersonville: 14 May 1864 Captured. Private with Company H, 5th Regiment, New York Infantry.
Released: February 26, 1865.
Returned to Duty: June 2, 1865.
Discharged: June 16, 1865 at Hart's Island, New York.
Address: 16 Adelphi.
We wish to thank Frederick's Descendant Deborah Trill for the majority of information on this page.