|Death: ||Dec. 31, 1892|
Photos of Anna Frances McClendon Mauldin and one of her great granddaughters. Great granddaughter Ines (Inez) is daughter of Margarett Lue (Lou) Mauldin Cornelison who is daughter of John Oliver Mauldin who is one of Anna Frances McClendon Mauldin's sons.
(Their noses are the same, there are shadows on the face in the outdoor photo due to camera lighting and notice they all have thin lips. Also notice each lady's hair grows thicker on the left side of the head.) Ines, her great granddaughter had dark hair with her dark eyes when she was younger, just like Anna Frances McClendon Mauldin.
The ladies seem to love the same fashion style, stripes!
The lady in the color photo is Mary, one of Anna Frances McClendon Mauldin's great great granddaughters, and daughter of Ines.
Grandmother of Margarett Lue Maulden.
Married James Maulden 03 Aug 1833 in St Claire county Alabama.
Etowah county was once part of St Clair county until Etowah became a county in 1866.
She lived in Gadsden on the Coosa river in St Claire/Etowah county which Etowah and St Clair counties were once part of American Native Cherokee Nation lands before white settlement in 1830, the last of the GREAT TRADING PATH on the COOSA RIVER, by the Government, this land was turned into fertile farmland.
After her mother's death in 1829 and her marriage in 1833, they then moved on to Franklin county Alabama and then to Paradise and Highland Old Tishomingo county Mississippi, all that's left are the church and cemetery. Tishomingo is the closest town.
Anna Frances McClendon Mauldin could not read or write English. Her first language was not English taught to her by her mother, although they spoke two languages. She was born in 1820 in the Alabama Cherokee Nation.
Her parents are James and Rachael Magby McClendon, born in Anson county North Carolina founded in 1750, once lands and home of the Cherokee.
Her grandfather is Lewis McClendon from North Carolina and her great grandfather is Dennis McClendon,sr, an immigrant who migrated from Scotland, then to Ireland and then to America. He is found on the very first Anson North Carolina census in 1790. Her mother, Rachael Magby was also on the 1790 Anson North Carolina census record 'before' she married James McClendon. James is son of Lewis McClendon.
I used the US Federal census records for verification and state and county records for finding my ancestor and have documentation of marriage, land deeds and death for State and County where they are listed.
SHE IS LISTED ON THE OKLAHOMA OSAGE COUNTY DECEASED RECORDS LIST. James Mauldin is listed as her husband. Her mother is listed as Rachael Magby and her father as James McClendon. Some of this family managed to stay in Mississippi and were successful farmers.
Before the Civil War broke out the Osage and Cherokee had boundary issues in northern Oklahoma.
HOMINY OKLAHOMA was at one time part of the CHEROKEE RESERVATION in Indian Territory, the government bought land from the Cherokee so the Osage would have a reservation.
Indian Village Cemetery was Hominy Oklahoma's first cemetery. They no longer accept burials. Now they have A J Powell cemetery in Hominy.
James McClendon (1762 - 1857)
Rachael Magby McClendon (1770 - 1829)
James Maulden (1812 - 1852)
Catherine Maulden Finley (1835 - 1890)*
John Oliver Mauldin (1838 - 1919)*
James Monroe Mauldin (1840 - 1905)*
William Mauldin (1841 - 1868)*
Samuel Mauldin (1843 - 1862)*
Synthia Caroline Maulden Auld (1846 - 1914)*
Nancy Jean Maulden Harper (1852 - 1931)*
Rebecca McClendon Maulden (1806 - 1852)*
Dennis McClendon (1809 - 1878)**
Dixon McClendon (1809 - 1877)**
Richard Lewis McClendon (1812 - 1865)**
William McClendon (1816 - 1890)*
Anna Frances McClendon Maulden (1820 - 1892)
Hominy Indian Village Cemetery
Created by: Lanawrites
Record added: Nov 11, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 100550132