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Synthia Caroline Maulden Auld
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Birth: Apr. 10, 1846
Tishomingo
Tishomingo County
Mississippi, USA
Death: Nov. 30, 1914
Kaw City
Kay County
Oklahoma, USA

Married Charles S Auld 03 Aug 1867 in St Louis Missouri.

He was born in Maryland and had lived in Illinois. His mother was full blood Kaw, his father mixed blood Kaw. She was English, Scotch and Cherokee.

They lived on the land in Kay county that was once the Cherokee Reservation known as the Cherokee Strip on the oxbow (U-shaped) bend of the east side of Kay county where the west side of Osage county meets Kay county at the oxbow bend of the Arkansas River.

There are two Kaw City Oklahoma towns, the original town and the Kaw City (city cemetery) and Kaw Indian cemeteries and other cemeteries are buried at the bottom of the Arkansas River to make a recreation area (Kaw Lake) in 1976. Kaw Lake is mostly in Kay county and partially in Osage county. They were still living in the 'old' Kaw City as recorded in the 1900 US Census, on the Cherokee land after her mother died there when it was still part of the Cherokee Strip, of the Cherokee Reservation until the Act of 03 Mar 1893, making her mother listed on the Osage county deceased list as the Osage had received land by the Cherokee from the Cherokee Reservation. It was a fertile farm area with the bend of the Arkansas river where this family lived, but was a booming town by 1919 with the discovery of oil.

Daughter of James and Anna Frances McClendon Mauldin, born in South Carolina and in St Clair/Etowah county Alabama.

Before 1866 Etowah county was part of St Clair county and before that, both counties were lands and home of the Cherokee. They lived in Old Tishomingo county Mississippi that were once lands of the Chickasaw and then the Cherokee.

Maternal grandparents are James and Rachael Magby McClendon from North Carolina and Alabama.

Paternal grandparents are John and Rebecca McAdams Mauldin from South Carolina, St Clair Alabama and Old Tishomingo county Mississippi.

Both families owned land in St Clair and Etowah county Alabama.

Synthia Caroline Auld named a daughter Frances after her mother, Anna Frances McClendon Mauldin.

She named another daughter after herself, Cynthia Caroline.

James and Anna Frances Mauldin named their daughter Synthia Caroline after a relative with the same name from Mississippi. The Mauldin family and their descendants with each generation used the same names. 
 
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 Parents:
  James Maulden (1812 - 1852)
  Anna Frances McClendon Maulden (1820 - 1892)
 
 Spouse:
  Charles S Auld (1842 - 1921)
 
 Children:
  Emily Dawson Auld Bellmore (1869 - 1937)*
  Frances E Auld McCombs (1871 - 1941)*
  Charley S. Auld (1874 - 1956)*
  Thomas Edward Auld (1876 - 1945)*
  James Auld (1878 - 1957)*
  Cynthia Caroline Auld Pappan (1882 - 1964)*
 
 Siblings:
  Catherine Maulden Finley (1835 - 1890)*
  John Oliver Mauldin (1838 - 1919)*
  James M Mauldin (1840 - 1905)*
  William Mauldin (1841 - 1868)*
  Samuel Mauldin (1843 - 1862)*
  Synthia Caroline Maulden Auld (1846 - 1914)
  Nancy Jean Maulden Harper (1852 - 1931)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
May she rest in peace
 
Burial:
Grandview Cemetery
Kaw City
Kay County
Oklahoma, USA
 
Maintained by: Lanawrites
Originally Created by: Robyn
Record added: Jul 19, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 73607954
Synthia Caroline <i>Maulden</i> Auld
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Synthia Caroline <i>Maulden</i> Auld
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