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A Maples leaf

compiled by Mary Ford Southworth
Books/Monographs
English
Orange, California : M.F. Southworth, c1968
52 p. : ill., map.

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Photocopy of original, 2008.

Includes index.

William Caswell Maples (1766-1847) was a son of Josiah (sometimes Joseph Maples) (b.1749) and his wife Ruthea of Virginia. He married Nancy Long in 1790 in Pittsylvania Co., VA. Both William and his father migrated to Jefferson Co., Tennessee before December 1798. William and Nancy were the parents of twelve children. Their son Josiah (1794-1840) married Mary Butler (b.1796) in 1815 in Sevier Co., TN. She was the daughter of Henry Butler. Josiah moved his family to Jackson Co., Alabama before 1831. Their son John H. Maples (1827- 1865) married Salina Adams. The author is a grand daughter of their son Josiah Jackson Maples (1824-1865). Several generations of descendants are given.

Includes Ford, Hudson, Branham, Beaver, Martin, Deboard and other related families.

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