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Re: Husband/ Husbands Families
Posted by: Larry Sisson (ID *****2846) Date: March 03, 2008 at 17:27:59
In Reply to: Re: Husband/ Husbands Families by Bryson Hatfield of 1449

Hi Bryson,
The Mauldins and the Husband lines are both my wife's lines. Her Mauldin line was in Cecil County, Maryland.
There was a Francis Mauldin there in 1684. I am reasonably sure that her Benjamin is related to him, but I am not sure what the relation is. There were three different Francis Mauldins there and two or three Benjamins, so it is hard to get it all straight. One Francis Mauldin died in Cecil County, Maryland in 1762 and had a son named Benjamin. This is probably our Benjamin's father. Francis Mauldin that died 1762, his father, Francis was in Calvert County, Maryland. Benjamin is said to have been born 1733 in Calvert Co., MD., and to have married a Sarah Poplin in Chatam County, North Carolina. He had a son Andrew born in 1780 in South Carolina.Andrew died in Mississippi. Andrew was in Georgia in 1800 and had 6 children there. Andrew's son Hayden A. Mauldin married Louisa Redwine in Lafayette County, Mississippi 11 June 1835. He is listed as Hatten Molden in the marriage record. Hayden was born 18 March
1810 and died 2 Nov. 1877 in Red River County, Texas. My wife is descended thru Hayden and Louisa's daughter Roxie Ann Mauldin who married a Felix Grundy Latimer. They are also buried in Red River County, Texas.
I do believe that these Mauldins came from England, but I am not sure. There is probably a good chance that they are related to your Mauldins.

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