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Ambrose Maulding--ancestors, descendants & kinsfolk

by Paul Kornmeyer ... [et al.] ; arranged by Denzil R. Mauldin
Books/Monographs
English
Valdez, Alaska : D.R. Mauldin, 1981, c1982
vii, 398, [31] p., [24] p. of plates : ill., facsims., ports.

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Includes bibliographical references.

Includes indexes.

Includes Baty, Burbank, Crissel, Daily, Echols, Trotter and related families.

Richard Maulding (ca.1670/1680-ca.1752) was in King William County, Virginia as early as 1717, and later lived in Orange and Caroline Counties, Virginia. He was the grandfather of Ambrose Maulding (1755-1833), who married twice, moved from Virginia to Logan County, Kentucky, and then to Hamilton County, Illinois. Descendants lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois, Colorado, Oregon, Alaska, California, Arizona, New Mexico and elsewhere. Includes history and officers of the Maulding Memorial Association.

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