North Carolina, USA
Married Elizabeth Fleming.
Family picture of Andrew Mauldin's sons. (Back row) Alfred Latimer Mauldin, J Hayden A Mauldin, (Front row) Fleming Mauldin and Thomas Mauldin.
Picture provided by the Andrew Mauldin family.
By the Act of Congress of the 24 Apr 1820, Provision for the sale of land to the government. Land Grant of 05 Jan 1841 to Andrew Maulden in Noxubee county Mississippi.
Alfred Latimer Mauldin, his son is later found in Independence Arkansas where a lot of the Mauldin family moved before having to move on to Texas.
Brother of Hyrum Hiram Mauldin born in Granville, North Carolina 1777. Hyrum Hiram also named a son Andrew as did a lot of the Mauldin men name a son after a brother, which would be the child's uncle.
Ransom Mauldin, one of Hyrum Hiram Mauldin's sons was on the Mississippi Noxubee county State and Territorial Census in 1845, but he settled in Lee and Prentiss counties.
Chislom Mauldin, also a son of Hyrum Hiram was also on the Mississippi Noxubee county State and Territorial Census in 1845, but settled in Monroe county at Aberdeen just north of Noxubee county.
From this family as well as Hyrum Hiram's family and other Mauldin brothers were farmers and carpenters and later some were Building Contractors at Kosciusko, Attala county Mississippi as many of the Mauldin family were.
There was movement of the people and things were uncertain about the lands. There was much unrest of the people, and some lost their lives. The Mauldin family left North Carolina and moved to South Carolina then moved to Georgia, from there they moved to Tennessee, then to Alabama and eventually moving to Mississippi where they settled, and some on in to Arkansas and Texas.
Andrew is found on the Georgia Property list in Franklin county in 1807. His brother Hyrum Hiram is also listed on the Georgia tax list in Franklin county in the same timeline.
Andrew lived in Old Mississippi Territory, not to be confused with the state of Mississippi although Mississippi was formed from this territory.
Thomas, Marls, Mary Ann, Fleming, Hayden A, Alfred Latimer, Mary Ellie, Louvenia V, Samuel D, Isaac Newton, James Wesley, Aezna B Mauldin
J. Hayden A. Mauldin 1810-1877 born in Elbert county Georgia.
Hyrum's son Chislom 1810-1880 was also born in Elbert county Georgia.
The Methodist Church was established in Noxubee county in 1835 and received people coming into the ceded Choctaw American Native lands. Andrew owned a part of this land, and through this land flowed the Noxubee River.
John Maulden (1737 - 1796)
Thomas Mauldin (1804 - 1876)*
Fleming Payne Mauldin (1807 - 1880)*
Hayden A Mauldin (1810 - 1877)*
Alfred Latimer Mauldin (1821 - 1906)*
Frances Maulden Reeves (1754 - 1823)*
Richard Mauldin (1760 - 1861)*
Benjamin Maulden (1762 - 1814)*
Milbury Maulden Lauderdale (1763 - 1830)*
Samuel Maulden (1764 - 1814)*
Harris Maulden (1766 - 1796)*
Andrew Mauldin (1773 - ____)
James Maulden (1774 - 1851)*
Hyrum Maulden (1777 - 1859)*
John Maulden (1788 - 1831)*
Note: The very old Macon city cemetery abandoned and no longer exist, Source: History of Macon, Noxubee county Mississippi. Odd Fellows cemetery established in 1850 is the new city cemetery.
Created by: Lanawrites
Record added: Oct 27, 2012
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