|Birth: ||Sep. 24, 1842|
|Death: ||Feb. 7, 1917|
John Thomas Maynor the son of John D. and Lucy A.E. Campbell Maynor. He married Mary Mollie Peddy 20 December 1866 in Russell County, Alabama and they had eleven children: William Franklin Maynor, John Day Maynor, James Robert Maynor, Henry Crawford, Thomas Alexander Maynor, Lucy Maynor, Rufus Whaley, Minnie Evalina Maynor, Udell Bertha, Quincy Lowndes, and Chester Maynor. A military marker placed in nearby Oak Hill Cemetery has the dates 1846 – 1916. Miles Files: Reports a death date of 7 Feb 1917; and says he drove a caisson for General Joseph Wheeler for four years.
John T. Maynor Passes Away.
The death of John T. Maynor at his home in Thompson's beat on Feb. 7th, removed another of Blount's most useful citizens. Mr. Maynor celebrated his seventieth birthday only a few months ago. He was a member of the Primitive Baptist church and was a true christian gentleman. He raised a large family of children, all of whom have become useful citizens, among them being Prof. W.F. Maynor, one of the leading educators of this county and T.A. Maynor, mail carrier on route 1, Oneonta.
[Southern Democrat, 15 Feb 1917]
Mary Ann Peddy Maynor (1845 - 1901)*
William Franklin Maynor (1867 - 1952)*
John Day Maynor (1869 - 1956)*
James Robert Maynor (1872 - 1946)*
Henry Crawford Maynor (1874 - 1949)*
Thomas Alexander Maynor (1876 - 1934)*
Frances Virginia Maynor Murray (1878 - 1959)*
Rufus Whaley Maynor (1880 - 1960)*
Minnie Evalina Maynor Bellew (1882 - 1928)*
Bertha Eudell Maynor Morris (1884 - 1970)*
Quincy Lowndes Yancy Maynor (1888 - 1956)*
Old Liberty Cemetery
Created by: rhm
Record added: Apr 27, 2008
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