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From: "Carl" <>
Subject: Cumberland-Jones Co., NC
Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 14:46:07 -0600


Hi All,

In keeping with Ron's request, I will be posting information that I have on
Malden/Maulden/Maldin/Mauldin/Moldin/Mouldin etc found in NC during the
1700's.

Source - Abstracts of Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of

CUMBERLAND COUNTY, NC

October 1755 - January 1779

Aug 17, 1762 Deed George Parker to Absolem Tyler proved by John Maulden.

Petty Jury: Neill McNeill, Absolem Tyler, John Maulden, Neill McNeill
(sic), Archd. Boury, John Thomas, Saml Kennedy, Hugh Smith, Wm. Green,
Wm. Johnston, Joseph Adams and Jno Stanfield.

November 21, 1764
Grand Jury: John Maulden, Jessey Hall, Duncon Patterson, Francis James,
Stirling Carroll, Willis Dickison, Hartwell Honycutt, James Collins,
Robt. Smith, Daniel Camron, Daniel McCreney, Andrew Puft and Archd.
McNeill.

1767 Tax List Cumberland Co., NC
John Maulding, Sr. John Mauldin, Jr. Robert Maulding
All three married.

Patent Book 22 Abstracts of Land Patents 1765-1775 Colony of NC
4781 pg 300 John Mauldin 22 Nov 1771 100 acres in Cumberland on Campbells
Creek S. W. of the N.W. R%iver, joining Thornton's supposed corner.

April 29, 1772
Deed: John Maulden to Henry Maulden proved by Jemmina Anderson.

April 30, 1772
Deed: Henry Maulden to John Wright proved by John Cameron.

Abstracts of Land Patents 1765-1775 Colony of NC
Patent Book 22 (Josiah Martin, Royal Governor)
3483 pg 5 John Cameron 14 May 1772 160 acres in Cumberland (on the) S. W.
side of Cape Fear River on the drains of Cedar Creek, joining Duncan
Patterson, John Mauldin, and the Wagon Road.

Oct 30, 1772
Deed John Maulding and Mary, his wife, to John Camron, Jr., proved by John
Wright.

Apr 28, 1774
Deed: John Maulden to John McCra proved by John Cameron.

Patent Book 22 Abstracts of Land Patents 1765-1775 Colony of NC
5317 pg 404 John Shepard 22 July 1774 50 acres in Cumberland S. W. of the
N. W. on Cedar Creek, joining James Anderson and (a point) near John
Mauldin

Jan 26, 1775
Deed: John Furlow to John Maulden proved by John Gunter, Sr.
[My belief is that this is John Mauldin Sr.]

It appears that John Mauldin Jr and his sons Humphrey, Henry, and Tucker
departed Cumberland Co and moved to Jones Co., NC.

Abstracts of The Records of Jones County, North Carolina 1779-1868

June 1, 1775 Deed Book B (1779-1780) Pg 91
Robert Perry of Craven Co., farmer, to John Perry, Jr., of same place for 50
pds. 75 acres in Craven Co on S. side of Trent River at Abraham Bussett's
line which land is part of the grant to Robert Perry, Apr 25, by Governor
Tyron. Wts: Humphrey Maulden, John Mauldin.

Pg 95 77 - Mar 22, 1779 James Messer, shoe maker, of Jones County., to
Penny Messer, his daughter, a gift of all his moveable estate , including
furniture and household goods. Wit: John Mauldin, Mathew Stevenson

Pg 104 95, 96 July 23, 1782 Tucker Maulden to Jemima Sample for 10 pds
45 acres on S. side of Trent river at Joseph dew's line. Frederick Harget's
line. Wts:
Benjamin Pickren, William Harrison, John Mauldin


Pg 104 97, 98 July 13 1782 Henry Mauldin, blacksmith, to Jemima Sample
for 10 pds 15 acres on S. side of Trent river near Alligator Pond at Frank's
line being part of tract granted to Frederick Harget, May 24, 1773. Wts:
Sarah Busick, John Mauldin.

Numerous land records are present for Tucker and Henry Mauldin. Humphrey
Mauldin enlisted in Continental Service for one year. He returned to Jones
Co., NC and died after 12 June 1779. He was listed as a farmer and a
blacksmith. His widow Lydia Parry (Perry) Mauldin applied for his pension
during March Term 1789. Supposedly, a number of DAR memberships have come
from Humphrey's service. However, I have been unable to document any
children of this union.
Henry Mauldin left a will in 1800 listing his wife as Jude, and his children
as George and Joice.

This line should start in Virgina with Thomas Richard Mauldin and most
likely his unknown first wife. Most records for Thomas Richard is listed as
Richard Mauldin. Information about him and his store(s) also have him
listed as Thomas.

Thomas Richard Mauldin d 1752 Spotslyvania Co., VA
+ Unknown
John Mauldin(g) m 1729 Middlesex Christ Church VA
+ Jane Goodloe b c 1709
John Mauldin(g) Jr.
+ Mary
Henry Mauldin
+ Jude
George Mauldin
Joice Mauldin
Humphrey Mauldin
+ Lydia (Parry) Perry
Tucker Mauldin
+ Susannah
Hannah Mauldin
Female Mauldin
Tucker Mauldin b c 1797 d aft 1860 Census GA
+ Hannah Duncan b c 1797 d aft 1870 Census GA
Rufus S. Mauldin b c 1832
+ Mrs Mary Barrow
Thomas Tucker Mauldin b 1838 Twiggs Co., GA
+ Unknown
Rufus Tucker Mauldin
+ unknown
John Thomas Mauldin

Elizabeth Mauldin [Remained in Spotslyvania Co., VA with Grandparents the
Goodloe's]
Robert Mauldin(g)
+ Unknown
Robert Mauldin(g) listed 1790 census Moore Co., NC.

Though the following has not been proven - speculation is that Robert
Mauldin(g) and his wife had at least one male child that married and had
children.

1840 Census White Co., TN
Elizabeth Maulden age 46 Widow b NC
Richard Mauldin b 1817 NC age 23
Jane G. Mauldin b 1820 NC age 20
Tucker Mauldin b 1821 NC age 19
Louisa Mauldin b 1831 TN age 9
1850 Census White Co., TN
Elizabeth Maulden age 56 b NC
Louisa Maulden age 19 b TN
Tucker Maulden age 29 b NC
Richard Mauldin age 33 b NC
+ Anna (Lyda) Turner
Anna also had children by her first husband.

Based upon the names of the children Jane G. most likely named after her G
Grandmother Jane Goodloe. Richard could be named after his GGgrandfather
Thomas Richard.
OF COURSE - THIS LATER IS SPECULATION. SOME ONE PLEASE PROVE OR DISPROVE
IT.


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