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|I have always been interested in searching family histories. I recently lost my brother, father, and grandmother in less than 9 years. I think this site is a wonderful way to see relatives headstones and reconnect with the past.|
Looking forward to helping out with any photo requests in the Stanton area.
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|M Todd||RE: Alvey Mauldin|
Thank you for such a quick response. I will contact the church to see if I can get copies of the records about Alvey's membership.
Added by M Todd on Jun 24, 2017 10:23 AM
|M Todd||Alvey Mauldin|
Reference entry #149695708, Alvey Mauldin, Pine Log United Methodist Church cemetery in Bartow county, GA. Is there a tombstone in the cemetery for Alvey Mauldin? If yes, does it include the dates of birth and death?
I am his great,great granddaughter and have been trying to find evidence of his death date. His date of birth is recorded in the original Haley-Mauldin Bible, now located at the GA state archives. His DOB is listed as May 26, 1821. Alvey and his family were living in Gordon County in 1860. Why would he be buried in Bartow County?
Thank you, Mary Todd
Added by M Todd on Jun 23, 2017 7:25 PM
|A McCrosky||Minnie Lee House|
|A McCrosky||Minnie Lee House|
You have Minnie Lee House (10729790) listed as a Mauldin. She is my great grandmother and is actually a "Roden". Her father was Virgil Roden and her mother was Mary Allen, neither of whom unfortunately have a Find A Grave ID number. Her first husband was Clifton Busby who died in 1936 by accidental drowning. Her second husband was James Virgil House, who is already linked to her.
Could you please unlink her from the Mauldins and remove the bio information? She also passed away in West Memphis, Crittenden County, Arkansas.
Thank you in advance!
|KDQ||William Arthur "Mikák’ehinga" Mehojah # 153590055|
What an amazing story. I had no idea who William was when I did the basic set up of his memorial.
My intent was to go back and work on a better version of his story and eventually get to the section of Forest Lawn Omaha where he is interred for a photo. Now I must step up my timeline for photos so I can make sure the memorial is totally complete for him.
Thank you so much for pointing me in the correct direction. I appreciate your help.
Are you related?
Added by KDQ on Mar 02, 2017 12:24 PM
|Jim Loden||Nathaniel Winfield Mauldin|
I am researching the Loden Family from Marion Co, Alabama and Itawamba Co, Mississippi. Nathaniel Winfield Mauldin married Susannah P Loden on 18 October 1849 in Monroe Co, Mississippi. They moved to Cherokee Co, Texas where their first son was born 5 July 1851. Nathaniel supposedly died 15 August 1855 in Cherokee Co. By his wife's age I would guess he was born about 1810-1830. This seems to fit with Hiram Mauldin's children. I was hoping you might have something.
Thanks for your help
|Carolyn Allen||Thomas Maulden|
I searched the Mount Pleasant Methodist cemetery yesterday thoroughly and did not locate any tombstone or other grave marker for Thomas Maulden . There is a younger generation of a Maulden family buried in the southeast section near the back . I wish I had taken a photo or made a record of that couples' tombstone , but I did not realize at the time that couple was not listed on findagrave.com . I am not from Itawamba county but was visiting family in Lee county yesterday so I combined that visit with going to the Mount Pleasant Methodist cemetery which I have been to several times before . That cemetery is close to Alabama and probably over 100 miles from my home so it is unlikely I will be back there soon .
|fosterx||James Maulden - Methodist Episcopal Church cemetery|
Hi, I saw your memorial for James Maulden in the cemetery it looks like you created...Methodist Episcopal Church cemetery in Andersonville, Cherokee County, GA.
Your info says the cemetery is in Alpharetta and you mention not being able to find Alpharetta on the pull down menu for Cherokee County so I assume that's why you put Andersonville instead. The cemetery isn't in Andersonville and I seriously doubt it is in present day Cherokee County although it might have been at one time.
Alpharetta used to be in Cherokee County. I believe it was 1870 that you referenced. However, county boundaries changed over time and Alpharetta is currently part of Fulton County so you should change your memorial and cemetery location to reflect that and perhaps someone can locate it there - they won't locate it as you currently have it listed since the location is incorrect. I hope this information is helpful.
Added by fosterx on Jul 24, 2016 1:02 PM
|wdlindsy||Memorial for Milbury Mauldin Lauderdale|
Lana, thank you very much for the memorial page for Milbury Mauldin Lauderdale.
The page shows Milbury linked to a John W. Lauderdale as her husband, a man who was born in 1768 and died in Sumner Co., Tennessee, in 1853.
This was not the John Lauderdale who was Milbury Mauldin's husband. The 1800 census (Pendleton Dist., SC) and subsequent censuses show that Milbury's husband John Lauderdale was born before 1745. On the 1830 census, John and Milbury are, it's pretty clear, the elderly couple living with their son John Gamble Lauderdale in Limestone Co., Alabama.
John's age is 80-89 on this census, indicating he was born 1740-1750. The John W. Lauderdale born in 1768, who died in Sumner Co., Tennessee, is a different man than Milbury's husband.
John and Milbury both disappear from the census after 1830 in Limestone Co., Alabama, and I think it's very likely they died and were buried in Limestone County betwee 1830-1840.
I've never seen any document giving the John Lauderdale who was Milbury's husband a middle name or a middle initial. If it's possible to unlink Milbury from John W. Lauderale in Sumner Co., Tennessee, I'd appreciate it, as a descendant of John and Milbury.
Added by wdlindsy on Aug 22, 2015 7:53 PM
|Laura Argo Higginbotham||Mauldin/Maulden|
Just wanted to let you know that I've enjoyed reading the historical info of the times surrounding where my Mauldins lived.
Laura Argo Higginbotham
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