I have just posted a lot of info to my new website featuring the William Maynor family of Chatham & Moore Counties, NC beginning in 1850...with possible connections to Sampson, Robeson or Duplin Counties...and possibly either South Carolina or Virgnia. Over 18 different spellings of Maynor have been found in our research, including Mainer, Maner, Mainard, Maynard, etc.
Research Note: A William Maynard, age 16 and a barber, arrived at the Port of Charleston, SC in 1820 aboard the ship Friends from England. Also on board was a baker by the name of James Maynard. I was always curious about William and what happened to him since several members of my Maynor family were barbers. I was never able to make a connection with my family.
Also included are kindred families of Ausley, Davis, Phillips, Fields, Short, Martindale and more! I am also including a lot of information on other related families of Adcock, Mangum, and Lunsford of Granville County, NC and Virginia.
My hope is that I will connect with folks who are also researching these families and, finally, I will be able to jump over some of my major research brick walls! Sandy in NC
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