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North Carolina, USA
South Carolina, USA
Fought in the War of 1812, 1st Regiment 5th Company. Muster Rolls of the war of 1812, detached from the Militia of Perquimans county North Carolina.
18 June 1812: Declaration of War by the United States against the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
03 Dec 1812: James Monroe serves as Secretary of War.
The American Native people were involved in this war, full bloods and mixed bloods, many were the Cherokee.
**Also Samuel Mauldin fought in this war of 1812, detached from the militia of Perquimans county North Carolina listed on the same record as Benjamin.
In that time in history, they had to lay to rest quickly so burial place is unknown, but we know he was well loved, there are many descendants of the Mauldin family named after him.
John Maulden (1737 - 1820)
Frances Maulden Reeves (1754 - 1823)*
Richard Mauldin (1760 - 1861)*
Benjamin Maulden (1762 - ____)
Milbury Maulden Lauderdale (1763 - 1830)*
Samuel Maulden (1764 - ____)*
Harris Maulden (1766 - 1796)*
Andrew Mauldin (1773 - ____)*
James Maulden (1774 - 1851)*
Hyrum Hiram Maulden (1777 - 1859)*
John Maulden (1788 - 1831)*
Created by: Lanawrites
Record added: Oct 01, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 98045238
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