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Re: Lumbee Maynors
Posted by: Sandra Lunsford (ID *****1468) Date: August 22, 2002 at 05:07:45
In Reply to: Re: Lumbee Maynors by Laurye of 288

One side of the family believes our origins are Scotch or Irish ~ the other thinks there is a Lumbee Indian connection. I have not been able to make a connection between my Maynor Family in 1850 Chatham...going back to Sampson/Duplin/Robeson County.

1. William (? Arthur) Maynor (b. Sampson County, NC d. ?)
m. Chloe Phillips of Chatham County NC by 1841
(William is not listed in any official records except his son's death certificate as Father--born in Sampson County.)

2. Joseph (Josiah) (b. 1842 Chatham County d. 7-6-1917 Durham NC)m. Mary Ann Martindale. Joseph's death certificate stated that his father was born in Sampson County.
2. Theany (b. 11-27-1847 Moore County NC d.2-27-1926 Moore County)m. Martin D. Davis of Moore County
2. William Judson (b. 6-17-1845 Moore County d. 9-23-1926 Old Soldiers Home in Raleigh; buried in Glendon, Moore County NC)m. Mary Ann Phillips (1st) Winnie Stallings (2nd)


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