1749, Nov1824
a British agriculturist, only son of William Boys and Ann, daughter of William Cooper of Ripple. At Betshanger and afterwards at Each, Kent, he farmed with skill and success, and as a grazier was well known for his breed of South Down sheep. He was one of the commissioners of sewers for East Kent, and did much to promote the drainage of the Finglesham and Eastry Brooks. At the request of the board of agriculture he wrote A General View of the Agriculture of the County of Kent, 1796, and an Essay on Paring and Burning, 1805. He died on 16 Dec. 1824.
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