ⓘ Boyce, Virginia
Boyce is located in western Clarke County at 39°5′35″N 78°3′33″W 39.093118, −78.059190, along U.S. Route 340. It is 6 miles 10 km southwest of Berryville, the county seat and 16 miles 26 km northeast of Front Royal.
According to the Bureau of US census, the town has a total area of 0.35 square miles of 0.9 km2, all land.
The city is located at the intersection of the Norfolk & Western railway and the Winchester and Berrys ferry turnpike about 2 miles 3 km North-West of Millwood of which it is the shipping point, 3 km, 5 km from old chapel and white post, and 9 miles 14 km South-East of Winchester, Virginia. It is built on a mountain ridge that runs East to the brook and of the West in Roseville. This, apparently, good land water, the city also recorded reaches a depth of 165 feet 50 m
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- University of South Carolina and the University of Virginia He was admitted to the bar in 1839. Boyce served in the state House of Representatives from
- James Harvey Boyce Sr., known as Jimmy Boyce October 6, 1922 May 15, 1990 was a businessman from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA, who from 1972 to 1976