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Note: The surname was spelled in various ways in the records of these early generations of Maynors. It was not until around 1800 that it settled into being spelled consistently as Maynor.

JOHN MAYNOR (MAYNARD, MANER, MAINOR, MAYNER)

-lived in York and Surry Counties, Virginia, in the 1600s
-children of John: JOHN MAYNOR; WADE MAYNOR; JOSEPH MAYNOR

JOHN MAYNOR (1676-1729)

-b. 1676, Virginia
-m. ELIZABETH ALSTON
-moved from Virginia to Bertie County, North Carolina
-d. 1729, North Carolina
-children of John and Elizabeth: WILLIAM MAYNOR; HENRY MAYNOR (spelled Henery in most of the records); JACOB MAYNOR; JOHN MAYNOR

JACOB MAYNOR (?-1780)

-b. in either Virginia or North Carolina
-m. ABIGAIL
-moved from Bertie County to Onslow County, North Carolina
-d. 1780, Onslow County, North Carolina
-children of Jacob and Abigail: JACOB MAYNOR; JOHN MAYNOR; HENRY MAYNOR*
*The Jacob-Henry link is an educated guess. It is possible that the Henry Maynor born about 1764 was the son of Henry rather than of Jacob. I think it was Jacob for several reasons. One is that Henry's Revolutionary War records state that he served an extra tour "in the place of his brother Jacob Maynor." There seem to be no records of a Jacob Maynor (by any spelling) in the area at that time other than Abigail and Jacob's son. Thus, it is likely that Henry was also their son.

HENRY MAYNOR (c1764-1838)

-b. c1764, Onslow County, North Carolina
-fought in Revolutionary War (Capt. William Little's Company of Colonel Archibald Little's Regiment) and War of 1812
-m. JANE OLIVER WASHINGTON, July 9, 1787, in Onslow County, North Carolina
-m. CATHERINE LAZENBY MARTIN WHATLEY, January 1816, in Abbeville District, South Carolina
-d. July 3, 1838, Harris County, Georgia
-children of Henry and Jane: WILLIAM H. MAYNOR; JOHN MAYNOR; MARY ANN "NANCY" MAYNOR (WEBB); JESSE MAYNOR

WILLIAM H. MAYNOR (1799-1860)

-b. c1797, Georgia
-m. ELIZABETH COX, December 23, 1823, Jones County, Georgia
-moved from Georgia to Russell County, Alabama, in the early 1840s
-d. December 1860, Russell County, Alabama (will)
-children of William and Elizabeth: MARIA JANE MAYNOR (BLALOCK);ALETHIA ANN MAYNOR (McINTYRE)(KING); JAMES T.F. MAYNOR; ELIZABETH MAYNOR (PREDDY); WILLIAM D. MAYNOR; MARSHALL W. MAYNOR; MISSOURI CLARA MAYNOR (DUNN); LABAN FRANKLIN MAYNOR; ASA HENRY MAYNOR; ANN ELIZA ("FANNIE") MAYNOR (WHITE); CATHERINE AMANDA MAYNOR (DUNN) (BANKSTON)

MARSHALL WILBORN MAYNOR (1838-1919)

-b. March 6, 1838, Georgia
-moved as a small child with his family to Russell County, Alabama, and then on his own to Smith County, Mississippi, sometime before 1859
-m. SUSANNAH JANE SWITTENBERG, November 17, 1859
-fought in Civil War (MS 46th Infantry, Company G)
-d. October 25, 1919, Jackson (Hinds County), Mississippi
-children of Marshall and Susannah: WILLIAM J. MAYNOR; JOHN M. MAYNOR; ANNA BELL MAYNOR (ANDERSEN); MARY ELIZABETH (MOLLIE) MAYNOR (HITCH); MARSHALL HENRY MAYNOR; CHARLES AUGUSTUS MAYNOR; ROBERT FRANKLIN MAYNOR; JAMES G. MAYNOR; RELDA MAYNOR (WHITE); MAY MAYNOR (HOLCOMB)

ROBERT FRANKLIN (BOB) MAYNOR (1876-1923)

-b. March 1, 1876, Mississippi
-m. EFFIE LEE MILLIGAN, December 12, 1901, Crystal Springs (Copiah County), Mississippi
-d. February 23, 1923, in Illinois (resident of Mississippi)
-children of Bob and Effie Lee: LILLIAN ADELLE MAYNOR GOBER; ROBERT CLAYTON MAYNOR
-obituary of Robert F. Maynor
-obituary of Effie Milligan Maynor

ROBERT CLAYTON (CLAYTON) MAYNOR (1907-1994)

-b. September 18, 1907, Jackson (Hinds County), Mississippi
-m. GRACE NATALIE MASON, July 31, 1935, in Jackson, Mississippi
-d. March 14, 1994, Huntsville (Madison County), Alabama (buried in Jackson, Mississippi)
-children of Clayton and Grace: ROBERT CLAYTON MAYNOR, JR.; NATALIE MAYNOR

Pictures:

William H. Maynor's Will
House Built by William H. Maynor in 1843
Graves of William H., Elizabeth, and their son William D.
Marshall Maynor and Sisters
Robert Franklin Maynor
Robert F. Maynor at a Fish Camp
Robert F. and Effie Lee Maynor with Lillian and Clayton
Clayton and Lillian
Clayton With His Cousin Jack
Poindexter Elementary School Baseball Team, 1921
Clayton as a Child
Clayton as Football Star
Clayton in his Seventies
Grace and Clayton Maynor, 1930s
Grace and Clayton Maynor, 1985

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