Did Doyle marry a Boyce or Bacon woman on PEI circa 1820?

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I share from 25 to 50 cM of DNA over one to four gene segments with individuals from four families who trace ancestry to Alexander Boyce (Boyce-2300) and Olive (Bacon) Boyce (Bacon-5544) of Westmorland County, New Brunswick (on the Northumberland Strait.)  The most likely conventional relationship for those shared gene segments would be if Letitia Doyle's mother (my 3G-grandmother) was a sister of either Alexander Boyce or his wife, Olive Bacon.  I have been unable to identify Letitia Doyle's parents, but she was born on Prince Edward Island about 1827.  Has anyone found information about a Doyle who might have married a sister of the Boyce couple?
WikiTree profile: Letitia McQuade
in Genealogy Help by AL Wellman G2G6 (9.1k points)
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