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Mathias Mauck and Barbary

circa 1755-1792

Culpepper County, VA
Upson County, GA

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1. Mathias Mauck was born before 1752 and died from 1805 to 1806 in GA.

General Notes: The first record of Mathias was when he appears as a chain carrier in a Northern Neck of Virginia survey dated 02 Jan 1764 (@1) when Daniel Mauck had 283 acres surveyed on Little Run, a drain of the south fork of the Shenandoah River. The same
day Mathias also appears as a chain carrier in the survey of 240 acres on the east side of the south fork of the Shenandoah River for Martin Coffman. This land was adjacent the above land and Christian Maggot. Daniel Mauck lived adjacent
Christian Maggot and Martin Coffman (@1). Daniel's daughter Elizabeth Mauck married Abraham Pence, having a son Jacob Pence. Jacob Pence married Maria Coffman, daughter of Martin Coffman. Chain carriers were usually strong minors (the chains
were heavy) who were related to the people for whom the survey was being done, as they worked for free. Mathias's birth year is estimated assuming he probably would have been at a minimum, 13 years old, when he carried the chains for these
surveys.

In the book 18th Century Perspective of Culpeper Co., VA by Mary Jones, she quotes from Signer's 1770's petitions stating Mathias was a Culpeper Minuteman. In 1781 the Federal Government called for most Virginia Counties to provide soldiers
for the War against England. These soldiers were drafted from the ranks of the local county militias. In the book, Culpeper Classes of Militiamen Selected to Serve under General Lafeyette in the Continental Army in 1781, Mathias Mauk appears
on a list of draftees.

Mathias appears in the following deeds from Culpeper Co., VA: 16 Mar 1772 Mathias and his wife Barbary sold 12 acres to Adam Cook(@1), 1774 they sold 111 acres Michael Cook (@2), 20 Sep 1779 they sold 25 acres to Fisher Rice (@3), 20 Sep 1779
they purchased 12 acres from Fisher Rice and his wife Agness (this land being adjacent Fisher Rice) (@4), 18 Oct 1779 they sold 157 acres to Elijah Berry (@5). The deeds do not provide a description of the property that would indicate exactly
where it was, saying only that they lived in Brumfield Parish. The deed(s) for the original purchase of all the land they sold has not been located and may have been granted from the owner of Brumfield Parish, the Brumfield Parish land grants
having been lost.

In a Northern Neck Land Grant dated 24 Aug 1774 Mathias was a chain carrier in the survey of 24 acres on the Robinson River for Fisher Rice (@1). In another grant 13 Sep 1775, Mathias is listed as an adjacent property owner of Fisher Rice (@1).
Fisher Rice's land is described as being on the south side of the Robinson river in Culpeper Co.

Magazine of Virginia Genealogy Vol. 37, No. 3 page 218 "Legislative Petitions - The Ten thousand Name Petition 1776-1777" Mathias Mock is listed as a petitioner from Orange Co., Virginia.

Mathias appears in the personal property tax lists of Culpeper Co., VA from 1782-1790. In 1788 & 1789 there are 2 males over 16 years listed for Mathias, and in 1789 and 1790 the tax list indicates "and son". In the property tax lists and
deeds Mathias's name is spelled variously as Mauk, Mauck, and Mock. The only other Mauck in these lists was Abraham Mauck, who started appearing there in 1790, and in that year was adjacent Mathias. This Abraham was the son of Daniel Mauck
and Barbara Harnsberger.

Daniel Mauck also owned land on the Robinson River in Brumfield Parish, Culpeper Co., and was probably related to Mathias, possibly a brother. Of interest is Daniel Mauck's wife Barbara Harnsberger's brother Stephen Harnsberger Jr. went to
Wilkes Co., GA in 1793.

In the 1793 and 1794 tax lists of Wilkes Co., GA, Mathias was taxed for 133 acres on Kettle Creek, and for having one white male. A Rudy Mock also appears in the 1794 Wilkes Co., GA Tax list, with one white male. This Rudy was possibly
Mathias's son. See Rudy's notes for further.

Mathias appears in the tax digest of Wilkes Co., GA in 1801.

On 28 Oct 1801 Mathias received 190 acres in Wilkes Co., GA from Joel Early of Greene Co., GA as a gift of love and affection. In the will of Jeremiah Early in Culpeper Co., VA dated 16 Jan 1786 and proven 19 Feb 1787, Jeremiah identified his
children as Joel, Jacob, Joshua, Joseph dec'd, Jeremiah dec'd, Sarah Kirtley, Ann Rogers and Hannah Scott (@7). Jeremiah Early's estate sale in Culpeper Co., VA 17 Dec 1787 lists Mathias Mank as a buyer.

In the GA Land Lottery of 1803 Mathias Mauck Sr. qualified for 2 draws. To qualify for this lottery Mathias had to be a resident of the state for at least 12 months. To receive 2 draws he had to be a free white male with a wife and one or
more legitimate children. The land in this lottery was located in Wayne, Wilkinson, and Baldwin counties (@8). T actual drawing took place in 1805. Mathias Mauk Sr. and Mathias Mauk Jr., both of Wilkes Co., GA, received draws. Neither drew
prizes.

On 27 Jun 1804 Mathias signed a Chattels Agreement with his son Mathias Jr., giving Mathias Jr. his estate of both real and personal property in return for Mathias Jr. caring for his mother and father as long as both shall live. On 05 Dec 1804
Mathias sold his land in Wilkes Co., GA that he had received from Joel Early, to Elijah Deering.

Mathias appears in the tax digest of Wilkes Co., GA in 1805. Mathias also appears in the 1805 tax list of Wilkes Co., GA.

In the 1806 GA Land Lottery for land in Baldwin and Wilkinson counties Barbary Mauk is listed as a widow and received 1 draw. She also received a second draw as the trustee for the orphans of Mathias Mauk dec'd (@8). To be eligible for this
lottery Barbary had to be 21 years old and a resident of GA for at least 3 years. This record does not indicate if she actual won land. This lottery finally took place in 1807 and was for land in Baldwin and Wilkinson Counties.

Barbara appears in the tax digest of Wilkes Co., GA in 1809.

Barbara released to her son Mathias Mauk Jr. her dower right to 123 acres on Kettle Creek where she and Mathias Mauk Sr. resided, this land being conveyed to Elijah Deering 7 Jul 1813 (@8). This source does not indicate the date she released
the land to Mathias Jr., and states that Mathias Jr. conveyed this land to Elijah Deering. This source also identifies Barbara as the widow of Mathias and that she remarried to Jacob Hindley. Jacob and Barbara Hindley signed this document.
It was Witnessed by Theodore Montford, who also was the executor of the estate of Rachel Mauk, Mathias's daughter.

Jacob Hindley's Wilkes Co., GA will was dated 31 May 1816 and proved 7 Sep 1818, and identifies his wife and sole heir as Barbara (@9). In the 1794 tax digest of Wilkes Co., GA Jacob Hindley was listed as owning land on Kittle Creek.

Research Notes: 1) Northern Neck Land Grants by Peggy Joyner
2) Culpeper Co., VA Deed Book F p.413
3) Culpeper Co., VA Deed Book G p.387
4) Culpeper Co., VA Deed Book I p.417
5) Culpeper Co., VA Deed Book I p.420
6) Culpeper Co., VA Deed Book K p.12
7) Culpeper Co., VA Will Book B
8) Early Records of Georgia, Wilkes Co., Vol. II by Grace Davidson
9) Early Records of Georgia, Wilkes Co., Vol. 1 by Grace Davidson

Mathias married Barbary ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, before 1770. Barbary died after 1818.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 F    i. Elizabeth Mauck was born in 1770 in VA, died in 1850 in GA, and was buried in Glore Cemetery, Mableton, Cobb Co., GA.

Elizabeth married George Glore (d. Bef 1850) 05 Jan 1786 in Culpeper Co., VA.

+ 3 M    ii. Randolph Mauck was born in 1772 in VA and died in 1853 in Boyle Co., KY.

Randolph married Sarah "Sallie" Fisher (d. 27 Jun 1842) 30 Oct 1799 in KY.

+ 4 M    iii. Mathias Jackson Mauk was born in 1779 in VA, died in Mar 1870 in Upson Co., GA, and was buried in Mauk Cemetery, Upson Co., GA.

Mathias Jackson married Frances Lee (d. 26 Aug 1859).

+ 5 F    iv. Rachel Mauck died before 1811.

+ 6 M    v. Samuel Mauck was born about 1785 in VA.

Samuel married Susan Brewer 31 May 1805 in Greene Co., GA.

Second Generation (Children)


2. Elizabeth Mauck (Mathias1) was born in 1770 in VA, died in 1850 in GA, and was buried in Glore Cemetery, Mableton, Cobb Co., GA.

General Notes: Elizabeth's marriage to George appears in the marriage records of Culpeper Co., VA. The minister was Ischam Tatum, who, according to Madison County, Virginia-A Revised History bt Margaret Davis, was a minister with the Methodist Church.

THERE IS NO DIRECT PROOF that Elizabeth was the daughter of Mathias and Barbary, however, all of the other Mauck families in Northern Virginia had daughters named Elizabeth that can be accounted for. Mathias Mauck and Daniel Mauck were the
only Mauck's known to be living in Culpeper Co. at or anywhere near the time Elizabeth was married. It was the custom that marriages occurred in the county that was the residence of the bride. Elizabeth was placed as a daughter of Mathias
primarily out of default, and this relationship SHOULD NOT be taken as proven, although it does seem logical.

An article on The First Four Generations of the Glore/Clore family may be found in records of the Germanna Colony (@1). It relates that George was the son of John Clore and his wife Dorothy Kaifer, daughter of Michael Kaifer. This article
goes on to relate that George purchased 73 acres from the estate of his grandfather, Michael Clore, on 15 May 1786 in Culpeper Co. George and Elizabeth sold this land 21 Jun 1790.

John Clore and Mathias Mauk appear as buyers in the estate sale of Jeremiah Early in Culpeper Co., VA 17 Dec 1787. Jeremiah Early's son, Joel, also went to Georgia and sold land there to Mathias Mauk Sr. For further see the notes of Mathias
Mauk Sr.

The Ordinary Court of Wilkes Co., GA is in possession of an original deed dated 11 Jan 1808 where George Clore gave land to his children Abner, Anna, Abi, Able, Abram and Asa (@2).

George appears in the 1832 Cherokee Land Lottery of GA, which indicates he resided in DeKalb Co., GA.

Elizabeth is buried in the Glore Cemetery in Mableton, Cobb Co., GA. This cemetery was on the property of Abraham Glore. Her headstone identifies her as the widow of George W. Glore and provided her birth data and death date (@3 &@4).

Research Notes: 1) Germanna Record #6 pp.20-21
2) Early Georgia Wills and Settlements of Wilkes Co., GA by Sarah Quinn Smith
3) Cobb Co., GA Cemeteries
4) The First Hundred Years, A short History of Cobb Co., GA by Sarah Temple

Elizabeth married George Glore 05 Jan 1786 in Culpeper Co., VA. George died before 1850.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 7 M    i. Abner Glore was born about 1792 in VA.

Abner married Caroline ____________.

+ 8 M    ii. Abraham Glore was born in 1798 in GA, died in 1871, and was buried in Glore Cemetery, Cobb Co., GA.

Abraham married Tabitha Drake (d. 17 Sep 1886) 12 Jul 1830 in Newton Co., GA.

3. Randolph Mauck (Mathias1) was born in 1772 in VA and died in 1853 in Boyle Co., KY.

General Notes: In the personal property tax lists of Culpeper Co., VA in 1788, 1789 and 1790 Mathias Mock Sr. appears with a son over the age of 16 years. This son was not indicated prior to 1788, so it is assumed he attained the age of 16 between the time
the 1787 tax list and 1788 tax list were taken, which would indicate a possible birth range of 1771 or 1772.

Mathias Mock appears in the Wilkes Co., GA tax lists in 1793 and 1794. Also listed in the same Wilkes Co., GA tax lists for the first time, and for the first time anywhere, is Rudy Mock. It is this authors belief that the best guess for
Mathias's father was Rudolph Mauck of Shenandoah Co., VA. Rudy Mock was probably named for his grandfather.

There is no proof that Rudy Mock was the son of Mathias Mock, only the above information to indicate it was a strong liklihood. He is indicated in this work as a son of Mathias only for the fact I needed someplace to include him, and this
seemed the most likley possibility.

Further evidence that Rudy was in fact Rudolph appears in the book, America Militia in the Frontier Wars 1790-1796 by Myrtle June Clark. Rudolph Mock is listed as a private in the 3rd Division Georgia Militia, First Battalion, 2nd Regiment,
First Brigade 10 Aug 1793 thru 19 Sep 1793, under the Detachment of Lt. Charles McKinney.

No further record of Rudolph is found in Georgia.

In the Cornstalk Militia of Kentucky 1792-1811 by G. Glenn Clift, Randolph Mauks appears as an ensign in the 34th Regiment, which was from Montgomery Co., KY, receiving his commission on 13 Aug 1800. Randolph Mawk appears in the 1800 census of
Mercer Co., KY, but did not appear in a 1795 tax list of the same county. On 20 May 1801 Randolph Mauk appears as a householder Lincoln Co., KY. In the 1810 census of Mercer Co., KY there appears a Randolph Mock age 26-45 years. Randolph
appears in Mercer Co., KY in the 1820, 1830 and 1840 census. Randolph appears alone in the 1850 census of Boyle Co., KY age 78 b. VA.

Evidence that Randolph was likely a son of Mathias Mauk, and possibly the same as the above Rudolph Mock, appears in The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Vol V, which provides the genealogy of William Randolph Mock, grandson of Randolph Mock.
This book states that Randolph was a native of Virginia that went to Georgia with his parents during his childhood, then settled in Kentucky at the age of 19, living to 1853 when he died at the age of 86.

Extensive research of all the Mauck/Mauk/Mock families of Georgia and Virginia has identified only one family that went from Virginia to Georgia during this time period, and that is the family of Mathias Mauk. The age for Randolph provided by
the above article would indicate he was born about 1767, and would have been 19 about 1786. The 1850 census stated Randolph was 78 yrs b. VA, which would indicate he was born abt. 1772, and would have been 16 in 1788, which would fit with the
Culpeper Co., VA tax records age for Mathias Mauk Sr.'s son. Because the source for the date in the above article is not known, the census date of birth was used in this work.

This genealogy also identified Randolph's wife as Sallie, daughter of Barnett Fisher, Randolph and Sallie's children, and that Randolph manufactured whiskey.

In August 1996, answering an inquiry on Randolph and Sallie, the Harrodsburg Historical Society of Harrodsburg, Mercer Co., KY (@1) related that Randolph married Sarah Fisher in Mercer Co., KY 30 Oct 1799. They identified Sarah as the daughter
of Barnett Fisher, who died in Mercer Co., KY in 1824. They also identified Barnett as the son of Lewis (Ludwig) Fisher and Anna Blankenbaker, and Fishers wife as Eve Wilhoit, daughter of John Wilhoit and Margaret Weaver. They discovered the
birth and baptism of Sarah Fisher in the church records of the Hebron Church, in what they called Madison Co., VA. Madison Co. was formed from Culpeper Co. in 1792, and the Hebron Church was located in Culpeper Co. until the formation of
Madison Co. Of interest is this is exactly the neighborhood Mathias Mauk lived in before moving to Wilkes Co., GA. The Harrodsburg Historical Society identified Randolph's full name as William Randolph Mock. It is unknown what their source
was for this information.

They also stated that Randolph was born 31 Mar 1771 in VA and died 3 Sep 1855 in Boyle Co., KY. Since their source for these dates is not known and the dates conflict with that of the census, the census dates were used in this work (see
above).

The Hebron Church Register of Culpeper Co., VA shows Bernhard Fischer and wife Eve had a daughter named Sara born 02 Apr 1778 and bapt. 03 May 1778. The witnesses were Nicolaus Wilheit, Andreas Gaar, Elisabetha Fischer, Eva Fincks.

The Culpeper Co. will of Lewis Fisher was dated 4 Feb 1773 and proved 21 Jul 1763. It identied his wife as Barbara, one several of his sons as Barnett and Adam, and daughters Eve and Mary Margaret. The witnesses were Jacob Wilhoit and Mark
Finks. The Culpeper Co. will of Balthasar Blankinbecker dated 7 Jan 1762 and proven Apr 1774 identifies his wife as Anne Margaret and one of his daughters as Anne Barbara, wife of Lewis Fisher.

The Culpeper Co. will of Mark Finks was dated 17 Oct 1763 and proved 15 Mar 1764. It identifies his sons as Mark, John, Andrew and James.

According to John Blanenberger of Beyond Germanna, Eve Fisher, daughter of Lewis Fisher, married Mark Finks Jr., becoming Eve Finks. Mary Margaret Fisher, daughter of Lewis Fisher, married Nicholas Wilhoit. Adam Fisher, son of Lewis Fisher
married Elisabetha Gaar. This identified some of the relationships of the witnesses of the birth of Sarah Fisher, daughter of Barnett Fisher, who married Randolph Mock. More importantly, however, is that on 20 Sep 1779 in Culpeper Co., VA
Mathias Mock and wife Barbaray sold 25 acres to Fisher Rice, and the witnesses to this deed were John, Mark and Andrew Finks.

Further research on this line is necessary before acceptance that Randolph was a son of Mathias. For this work, the corroberative evidence would indicate this, so he was placed in this family's genealogy. Don't accept it as fact.

William Henry Perrin's

HISTORY OF KENTUCKY 4th Edition

1888

Battey Publisher

LM104 B10G

"William Randolph Mock was born July 20, 1843 on Cedar Grove Stock Farm, three and one-half miles north of Danville, Royal County, KY, where he has always resided. His father, John J. Mock, was born in this place March 19, 1803, was a
successful farmer, owned twenty-five slaves, and died March 19, 1862. He was the son of Randolph Mock, a native of Virginia who remained in childhood with his parents to Georgia, became a carpenter and at the age of nineteen years, located at
this place where he engaged in farming and died in 1853, aged eighty-six years. He married Sallie, daughter of Burnett Fiedler, and to them were born Rosa (McKay), John J., Lewis M., Eliza, Ann E. (Vanarsdell), Robert A. Ezekiel F., Sarah
(Kelfus) and William R..

John J. Mock married Ellen A., daughter of John and Harriett (Dunn) Byers of Garrard County, born January 19, 1814, died January 19, 1881 and from their union sprang Sarah E. (Henry), Henry C., Harrett A. (Nichols), John L., Mary E. (Rice),
William Randolph, Jarrett T., Amanda (Offurt) and Joshua D.. William Randolph Mock procured a common English education in this county where he was reared.

In 1866, Mr. Mock commenced running the 'Mock Distillery' which has a capacity of 50 bushels of corn per day and has met with fair success. He has kept up the reputation of the "Old Mock" whiskey, the manufacture of which was established by
his grandfather and continued by his father. Mr. Mock has never married, is not connected with any church and in politics is a Democrat."

Research Notes: 1) Garr Genealogy; Fisher Families of the Southern States by Hinneman; Bible Records of Sarah Margaret McKay Humphrey; Court Records of Mercer and Boyle Co., KY; Cemetery records

Randolph married Sarah "Sallie" Fisher, daughter of Barnett Fisher, 30 Oct 1799 in KY. Sarah "Sallie" was born 02 Apr 1778 in Culpeper Co., VA, was baptized 03 May 1778 in Hebron Church, Culpeper Co., VA, and died 27 Jun 1842 in Mercer Co., KY.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 9 M    i. John J. Mauck was born 19 Mar 1803 in Boyle Co., KY and died 19 Mar 1862.

John J. married Ellen A. Byers (d. 19 Jan 1881).

+ 10 M    ii. Lewis Mauck was born about 1806 in KY.

Lewis married Eliza "Sally" Saunders.

+ 11 M    iii. Ezekial F. Mauck was born about 1818 in KY.

Ezekial F. married Catharine M. Soaper 25 May 1850 in Mercer Co., KY.

+ 12 M    iv. William R. Mauck was born about 1824 in KY.

4. Mathias Jackson Mauk (Mathias1) was born in 1779 in VA, died in Mar 1870 in Upson Co., GA, and was buried in Mauk Cemetery, Upson Co., GA.

General Notes: In the GA Land Lottery of 1803 Mathias Mauck Jr. received 1 draw. To qualify for this lottery Mathias had to be a resident of the state for at least 12 months. To receive 1 draw he had to be a tax payer. The land in this lottery was located
in Wayne, Wilkinson, and Baldwin counties (@1). The drawing actually took place in 1805. Mathias and his father both received draws, but drew no prize.

In the 1806 GA Land Lottery for land in Baldwin and Wilkinson counties Mathias Mauk is listed as having 1 draw (@1). To be eligible for this lottery Mathias had to be 21 years old and a resident of GA for at least 3 years. To receive 1 draw he
had to be a taxpayer. This record does not indicate if he won land in this drawing, which was for land in Baldwin and Wilkinson Counties.

The probate of William Lee dec'd in Wilkes Co., GA recorded 7 Mar 1809 identifies Nancy, wife of Mathias Mauk as the grandaughter of William Lee, and that Mathias received slaves from William's estate (@1). This probate identifies William's
widow as Nancy stating that she died in 1809, and also identifies Noah Lee as one of William Lee's heirs. In a series of Wilkes Co., GA court records, Noah is identified as the father and guardian of Jeptha Mauk, son of Rachel Mauk (@1).
Rachel was probably Mathias's sister.

Mathias appears in the 1809 Wilkes Co., GA tax list, and the 1815 Greene Co., GA tax list.

Mathias purchased 1/4 of lot #196 in Putnam Co., GA 8 May 1817 (@5). Mathias sold this land 6 May 1828 (@8). Mathias purchased land in lot #320 of Putnam Co., GA 21 Jan 1819 (@6). Mathias sold this land 3 Jan 1825 (@7) and the deed states it
was 54 acres in lot #320 of Putnam Co. on the waters of Indian Creek adjacent "Vardeman's" land.

Mathias appears in the 1820 census of Putnam Co., GA with 2 males under 10, one male 10-16, one male 26-45, one female under 10, and one female 16-26.

In the 1827 Cherokee Land Lottery of GA Mathias Jackson Mauk and Joel T. Mauk one lot each of land in Upson Co. District 588 (@1). Each lot consisted of 160 acres.

Mathias appears in the 1830 census of Upson Co., GA with one male under 5, 2 males 5-9, one male 10-14, one male 14-19, 1 male 50-60, 3 females 10-14, one female 14-19 and one female 40-50.

In the 1832 Gold Lottery of GA Joel T. Mauk drew land in militia district 588, lot #110, district 3, section 2, and Mathias Jackson Mauk drew land in militia district 588, lot #800, district 1, section 4 and militia district 588, lot #1264,
district 21, section 3 (@1). All of this land was in Upson Co., GA. These lists provided Mathias middle name.

In 1838 a group of churches in Upson, Crawford, Monroe and Macon Co.'s, GA formed the Peheboth Associates. Mathias Mauk is listed as a member of this group who attended a meeting in February of 1838. The churches from Upson Co. were Harmony,
Bethseda, Fellowship and Antioch (@1).

In 1840 Mathias is again in Upson Co., GA, with one male 10-15, one male 15-20, one male 20-30, one male 50-60, 2 females 20-30 and one female 40-50.

In the 1850 and 1860 census Mathias is again in Upson Co., GA. Frances appears with Mathias in the 1850 census, but not the 1860 census.

Mathias died intestate and the Letters of Administration were granted to Duke Williams (@3). The inventory and appraisement for the Upson Co., GA estate of Mathias Mauk was dated 14 May 1870. In another probate 01 Dec 1870 Sebastian Mauk is
identified as the son of Mathias Mauk dec'd (@1). Mathias's estate sale and land auction also occurred 01 Dec 1870. Mathias's land was identified as being 230 acres on lots 228 and 249 in Upson Co., GA on the east side of Cobler's Creek, and
80 acres on lots 252 and 258, which went to Sebastian Mauk.

Mathias and Francis are buried in the Mauk Cemetery, located near Gray's Chapel Road and Hwy 74 in Upson Co., GA. Their headstones provided their birth and death dates (@4). Frances's obituary also provided her dates of birth and death (@9 &
@10).

Research Notes: 1) Early Records of Georgia, Wilkes Co., Vol. II by Grace Davidson
2) The Early History of Upson Co., GA by Carolyn Walker
3) Upson Co., GA Ordinary Court Drawer 159 Box 29 p.622
4) The Cemeteries of Upson Co., GA by the Upson Historical Society
5) Putnam Co., GA Deed Book H p.51
6) Putnam Co., GA Deed Book H p.210
7) Putnam Co., GA Deed Book I p.168
8) Putnam Co., GA Deed Book K p.436
9) The Christian Index 1822-1879, abstracted by Mary Overby, GA Baptist Historical Society
10) Marriages and Obituaries from the Macon Messenger by Willard Rocker

Mathias Jackson married Frances Lee, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Frances was born 15 Dec 1775 in NC, died 26 Aug 1859 in Upson Co., GA, and was buried in Mauk Cemetery, Upson Co., GA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 13 F    i. Lucinda Mauk was born about 1806 in GA and died before 1870.

Lucinda married Edward Vandaman 06 Jan 1825 in Putnum Co., GA.

+ 14 M    ii. Joel T. Mauk was born about 1810 in GA and died 09 Dec 1854 in Upson Co., GA.

Joel T. married Mary Crow 24 Dec 1829 in Upson Co., GA.

+ 15 F    iii. Frances Lee Mauck was born about 1813 in GA.

Frances Lee married John P. Terrell 26 Nov 1839 in Upson Co., GA.

+ 16 F    iv. Louisa Mauk was born 23 Aug 1816 in GA, died 10 Mar 1886 in GA, and was buried in Mauk Cemetery, Upson Co., GA.

Louisa married Duke Williams (d. 11 Mar 1880).

+ 17 F    v. Elizabeth Mauk was born about 1817 in GA and died 04 May 1845 in Upson Co., GA.

+ 18 M    vi. Daniel F. Mauk was born about 1819 in GA.

Daniel F. married Nancy ____________ before 1848.

+ 19 M    vii. James C. Mauk was born about 1824 in GA.

+ 20 M    viii. Sebastian Cabot Mauk was born about 1830 in GA.

Sebastian Cabot married Sarah Elizabeth ____________.

5. Rachel Mauck (Mathias1) died before 1811.

General Notes: There is no direct proof that Rachel is a daughter of Mathias and Barbary.

Noah Lee was appointed guardian of Rachel's daughter Jeptha Mauck 01 Jul 1811. Several prior court records indicate a different guardian, and then indicate that it was learned that Noah Lee was Jeptha's father, so he was then appointed her
guardian. This would indicate Jeptha was probably born out of wedlock (@1).

Rachel's will appears In Wilkes Co. 6 Aug 1813 (@2) and identifies her son as Jeptha and appoints her administrator as Theodore Montford. The will states she also received a judgement against Noah Lee, which she gives to Jeptha.

Noah Lee is identified as an heir of William Lee in William's will dated 7 Mar 1809. Also listed as an heir is Frances Lee, wife of Mathias Mauck (@1). Given that Rachel was with child before 1811, she would have been too old to be Mathias
Jr.'s daughter. This would indicate that she was old enough to be his sister.

On 16 Nov 1816 Theodore Montford, executor of the estate of Rachel Mauk, made a return on the estate in Upson Co., GA. Theodore Montford also witnessed a release of dower for Barbary Hindley 7 Jul 1813, wife of Mathias Mauk Sr., who remarried
to Jacob Hindley.

Research Notes: 1) Early Records of Georgia, Wilkes Co. by Grace Davidson
2) Wilkes Co., GA Will Book HH p.96

6. Samuel Mauck (Mathias1) was born about 1785 in VA.

General Notes: There is not absolute proof that Samuel is a son of Mathias and Barbary Mauk, however his date of birth, location of birth, and county in which he was married are all consistent that he descends from this family.

Samuel's marriage to Susan appears in the marriage records of Greene Co., GA.

On 27 Oct 1809 in Jones Co., GA Samuel Mauk filed a deed stating that he had falsely accused Jacob Pruitt of the theft of a cow (@1).

Samuel appears in the 1830 and 1840 census of Marion Co., GA. He and his wife Susan appear in the 1850 census of Sumter Co., GA, which provided their birth data.

Research Notes: 1) Jones Co., GA Deed Book A p.436

Samuel married Susan Brewer, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 31 May 1805 in Greene Co., GA. Susan was born about 1789 in NC.

Third Generation (Grandchildren)


7. Abner Glore (Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born about 1792 in VA.

General Notes: Abner is identified as a child of George Clore in a Wilkes Co., GA deed dated 11 Jan 1808 (@1).

Abner appears in the 1820 census of Oglethorpe Co., GA. Abner and his wife Caroline appear in the 1850 census of Madison Co., GA. The census provided their birth data.

Research Notes: 1) Early Georgia Wills and Settlements of Wilkes Co., GA by Sarah Quinn Smith

Abner married Caroline ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Caroline was born about 1793 in VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 22 M    i. Susan Glore was born about 1815 in GA.

+ 23 F    ii. Palina Glore was born about 1826 in GA.

+ 24 M    iii. Isaac Glore was born about 1827 in GA.

+ 25 M    iv. Joseph Glore was born about 1833 in GA.

+ 26 M    v. John Glore was born about 1838 in GA.

8. Abraham Glore (Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born in 1798 in GA, died in 1871, and was buried in Glore Cemetery, Cobb Co., GA.

General Notes: Abraham is identified as a child of George Clore in a Wilkes Co., GA deed dated 11 Jan 1808 (@1). Abraham's marriage to Tabitha appears in the marriage records of Newton Co., GA.

Abram/Abraham appears in the 1830 census of DeKalb Co., GA and the 1840 and 1850 census of Cobb Co., GA. The 1850 census provided his birth State, and identified his wife as Tabitha.

Abram and Tabitha are buried in the Glore family Cemetery in Cobb Co., GA. Their headstones provided their dates of birth and death, and Tabitha's maiden name.

Research Notes: 1) Early Georgia Wills and Settlements of Wilkes Co., GA by Sarah Quinn Smith

Abraham married Tabitha Drake, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 12 Jul 1830 in Newton Co., GA. Tabitha was born in 1807 in GA, died 17 Sep 1886, and was buried in Glore Cemetery, Cobb Co., GA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 27 M    i. Elliott Glore was born about 1830 in GA.

+ 28 M    ii. James Glore was born about 1832 in GA.

+ 29 F    iii. Manda Glore was born about 1835 in GA.

+ 30 F    iv. Martha Glore was born about 1835 in GA.

+ 31 M    v. John T. Glore was born 11 Dec 1838 in GA, died 22 Jul 1920, and was buried in Glore Cemetery, Cobb Co., GA.

John T. married Sarah Ann ____________ (d. 21 Mar 1890).

9. John J. Mauck (Randolph2, Mathias1) was born 19 Mar 1803 in Boyle Co., KY and died 19 Mar 1862.

General Notes: John and Ellen's parents, birth and death information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William Randolph Mauck, John and Ellen's son.

John and Elizabeth appear in the 1850 and 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY.

John J. married Ellen A. Byers. Ellen A. was born 19 Jan 1814 and died 19 Jan 1881.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 32 F    i. Amanda Mauck was born about 1839 in KY.

+ 33 M    ii. Joshua D. Mauck was born about 1853 in KY.

+ 34 F    iii. Sarah Elizabeth Mauck was born about 1829 in KY.

+ 35 F    iv. Harriet A. Mauck was born about 1831 in KY.

+ 36 M    v. Henry C. Mauck was born about 1833 in KY.

+ 37 F    vi. Mary E. Mauck was born about 1835 in KY.

+ 38 M    vii. John Lewis Mauck was born about 1841 in KY.

+ 39 M    viii. William Randolph Mauck was born 20 Jul 1843 in Boyle Co., KY.

+ 40 M    ix. Zachary Taylor Mauck was born about 1844 in KY.

+ 41 M    x. Valentine Mauck was born about 1849 in KY.

10. Lewis Mauck (Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1806 in KY.

General Notes: Lewis's information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William Randolph Mauck, Lewis's nephew. This source also identified his wife.

Lewis and Sally appear in the 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY, which provided their ages and place of birth.

Lewis married Eliza "Sally" Saunders, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Eliza "Sally" was born about 1830 in KY.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 42 F    i. Sally Mauck was born about 1858 in KY.

+ 43 M    ii. Winfield S. Mauck was born in May 1860 in KY.

11. Ezekial F. Mauck (Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1818 in KY.

General Notes: Ezekial's information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William Randolph Mauck, Ezekial's nephew.

Ezekial's marriage to Catharine appears in the marriage records of Mercer Co., KY. Ezekial and Catharine appear in the 1850 census of Boyle Co., KY, which provided their age and place of birth.

Ezekial F. married Catharine M. Soaper, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 25 May 1850 in Mercer Co., KY. Catharine M. was born about 1832 in KY.

12. William R. Mauck (Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1824 in KY.

General Notes: William's information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William Randolph Mauck, William's nephew.

William appears alone in the 1850 census of Boyle Co., KY, which provided his age and place of birth. William appears in the 1860 census of Lincoln Co., KY.

13. Lucinda Mauk (Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1806 in GA and died before 1870.

General Notes: Lucinda's marriage to Edward appears in the marriage records of Putnum Co., GA.

One of the settlements of Mathias Mauk Jr.'s Upson Co., GA estate in 1870 went to six girls who lived in Coosa County, Alabama. They were Cynthia Vandaman, Frances C. House, Mary B. Adam, Zelpha F. Vandaman, Adeline E. Vandaman and Annie
Vandaman. A statement from their father, Edward L. Vandaman stated he was the husband of Lucinda Vandaman, deceased, formerly Lucinda Mauk, daughter of Cantuas Mauk. The name was really difficult to make out, and very likely was actually
Mathias. John F. Vandaman also received an inheritance from Mathias's estate.

Lucinda and Edward appear in the 1860 census of Coosa Co., AL with Zelpha, James, Adaline and Anna. The census provided their age, indicating Edward was born in GA and Lucinda in AL. As Lucinda's father, Mathias, was living in Wilkes Co., GA
at the time of her birth, the census is probably in error.

There is no direct proof that Lucinda is Mathias Mauk Jr.'s daughter. Her age would indicate she was too old to be descended from Joel Mauk, and too young to have been a daughter of Mathias Mauk Sr. It's possible that Mathias Sr. had another
son from which she was descended, however Lucinda's marriage in Putnam Co., GA in 1825 was when Mathias Mauk Jr. was in the 1820 census of Putnum Co., GA, and no other Mauk families were in that area at that time. Coroberating this further is
the above statement from Lucinda's husband Edward that she was a daughter of Cantuas, which was so poorly written that it probably was Mathias.

Lucinda married Edward Vandaman, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 06 Jan 1825 in Putnum Co., GA. Edward was born about 1804 in GA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 44 F    i. Zelpha Vandaman was born about 1839 in AL.

+ 45 M    ii. James M. Vandaman was born about 1842 in AL.

+ 46 F    iii. Adaline E. Vandaman was born about 1844 in AL.

+ 47 F    iv. Anna Vandaman was born about 1846 in AL.

14. Joel T. Mauk (Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1810 in GA and died 09 Dec 1854 in Upson Co., GA.

General Notes: Joel T. Mauk's marriage to Mary Crow appears in the marriage records of Upson Co., GA.

In 1827 Joel T. Mauk drew land in the Upson Co., GA land lottery (@1).

Joel appears in the 1830 census of Upson Co., GA ,adjacent Mathias Mauk, with one male 20-30 and one female 15-20. Mary's birth is estimated from this census.

In the Georgia 1832 Gold Lottery Joel drew land in militia district 588, lot #110, district 3, section 2 of Upson Co., GA.

Joel appears in the 1840 census again adjacent Mathias Mauk in Upson Co., GA with 2 males under 5, one male 5-10, one male 30-40, one female under 5, one female 5-10, and one female 20-30.

Joel appears in the 1850 census of Franklin Parish, Louisiana, without Mary. This census provided his birth data. In this census he was adjacent his brother Daniel.

In the Georgia Black book (@2) Joel T. Mank of Upson Co., GA was murdered by Eli Welch 9 Dec 1854. This appears to have been Joel Mauk, who was also listed as Joel T. Mank in his marriage record.

Sebastian C. Mauk was appointed administrator for Joel T. Mauk dec'd, in Upson Co., GA 01 Jan 1855 (@3). On 07 and 09 May 1855 Sebastian and Mathias Mauk appear in another estate record for the administration of the estate of Joel T. Mauk
dec'd (@4).

A series of estate accounts for Joel appears in Upson Co., GA starting on 24 May 1867 (@5). These accounts were administrated by Sebastian C. Mauk, Joel's brother, who paid money to Joel's heirs: 22 Jan 1870 to Robert McFadden of Jefferson
Co., ARK, 31 Jan 1870 to F.L. Mauk of Franklin Parish, LA, and to Mary F. Powell of Butler Co., AL.

Research Notes: 1) Early Records of Georgia, Wilkes Co., Vol. II by Grace Davidson
2) The Georgia Black Book by Davis, pub. by Southern Historical Press (929.3758 D26)
3) Upson Co., GA Ordinary Court Drawer 159 Box 19 p.177
4) Upson Co., GA Ordinary Court Drawer 159 Box 19 p.191
5) Upson Co., GA Will Book F pp. 23, 200, 201

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Carpenter.

Joel T. married Mary Crow, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 24 Dec 1829 in Upson Co., GA. Mary was born from 1810 to 1815.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 48 M    i. F. L. Mauk was born about 1832 in GA.

F. L. married Hester Ann ____________.

+ 49 F    ii. Mary F. Mauk was born about 1839 in GA.

Mary F. married Robert C. Powell 07 Nov 1855 in Upson Co., GA.

15. Frances Lee Mauck (Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1813 in GA.

General Notes: Frances's marriage to John appears in the The Early History of Upshon Co., GA by Carolyn Nottingham and Evelyn Hannah. John and Frances appear in the 1860 census of Franklin Parish, LA. The census provided their birth data.

Frances Lee married John P. Terrell, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 26 Nov 1839 in Upson Co., GA. John P. was born about 1817 in SC.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 50 M    i. James Terrell was born about 1846 in MS.

+ 51 F    ii. Mary E. Terrell was born about 1848 in MS.

+ 52 F    iii. Martha Terrell was born about 1851 in MS.

+ 53 M    iv. Preston Terrell was born about 1852 in MS.

16. Louisa Mauk (Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born 23 Aug 1816 in GA, died 10 Mar 1886 in GA, and was buried in Mauk Cemetery, Upson Co., GA.

General Notes: Louisa appears in the 1850 and 1860 census of Upson Co., GA with her father, Mathias. In 1850 her mother is also listed in the household.

Duke appears in the 1860 and 1870 census of Upson Co., GA.

Louisa's husband, Duke Williams, is identified in the probate records for Mathias's estate. Duke was the executor for Mathia's estate.

Louisa is buried adjacent her parents, Mathias and Francis, in the Mauk Cemetery, located near Gray's Chapel Road and Hwy 74 in Upson Co., GA. Her headstone provided her birth and death dates.

The will of Duke Williams was dated 22 Jul 1874 and names his wife as Louisa, and his son John Williams as his executor (@1). Duke is buried in the Williams Family Cemetery on Triune Mill Road near Yatesville, Upson Co., GA. His headstone
provided his birth and death dates.

Research Notes: 1) Upson Co., GA Ordinary-Wills Vol. B p.39 drawer 147-Box 53 Georgia State Archives, Atlanta, GA

Louisa married Duke Williams, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Duke was born 09 Mar 1802 in GA, died 11 Mar 1880 in Upson Co., GA, and was buried in Williams Family Cemetery, Upson Co., GA.

17. Elizabeth Mauk (Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1817 in GA and died 04 May 1845 in Upson Co., GA.

General Notes: Elizabeth is identified as a daughter of Mathias and Frances by her obituary, which also provided her death data and age as 28 years old(@1).

Research Notes: 1) The Christian Index 1822-1879, abstracted by Mary Overby, GA Baptist Historical Society

18. Daniel F. Mauk (Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1819 in GA.

General Notes: Daniel and his wife Nancy appear in the 1850 census of Franklin Parish, LA alongside his brother Joel. Daniel and his wife Nancy are also in the 1860 census living in the same parish. The census provided their birth data.

Daniel purchased or received land in Louisiana from the Monroe land office, on 01 Sep 1853, 15 Sep 1854, 01 Sep 1856 and 01 Oct 1861.

Daniel appears in the 1870 Upson Co., GA estate records for Mathias Mauk Jr. dec'd, as an heir of Mathias. The records state Daniel was in Dallas Co., TX.

Daniel and Nancy appear in the 1870 census of Dallas Co., TX.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Mechanic.

Daniel F. married Nancy ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, before 1848. Nancy was born about 1825 in MS.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 54 F    i. Anne E. Mauk was born about 1848 in MS.

+ 55 M    ii. Preston A. Mauk was born about 1851 in LA.

+ 56 M    iii. James C. Mauk was born about 1853 in LA.

+ 57 F    iv. Mary Frances Mauk was born about 1856 in LA.

+ 58 F    v. Virginia Mauk was born about 1858 in LA.

+ 59 M    vi. Jefferson Davis Mauk was born about 1862 in LA.

+ 60 F    vii. Ermina Mauk was born about 1865 in LA.

19. James C. Mauk (Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1824 in GA.

General Notes: James appears in the home of his brother Daniel, in the 1850 census of Franklin Parish, LA. The census provided his birth data.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Carpenter.

20. Sebastian Cabot Mauk (Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1830 in GA.

General Notes: Sebastian is listed with his father Mathias is the 1850 and 1860 census of Upson Co., GA. The census provided his birth data.

Sebastian was the administrator of his brother Joel's estate (@1). Sebastian is identified as the son of Mathias in a release for Mathias' estate in Upson Co., GA dated 01 Dec 1870 (@1). The same date Sebastian purchased his father's land in
Upson Co., GA at a probate auction.

Sebastian appears with his wife Mary in the 1870 and 1880 census of Upson Co., GA. The census provided her birth data.

Marion Co., GA was created in 1827 from Lee and Muscogee counties. The little town of Mauk was a part of Marion Co. until it was annexed by Taylor Co. in 1852. In the book, "They Tarried in Taylor," it lists a 1900 census entry for a Sebastian
Cabot Mauk, age 72, son of Matthias Mauk. It goes on to say that Sebastian Mauk's son "wrote that the present town of Mauk was first named 'Elizabeth' in honor of his mother. Later when the AB&A Railroad came through there they changed the name
to 'Mauk' as there was another 'Elizabeth'. In Georgia Place Names-Their History and Origins by Kenneth Krakow Mauk, Taylor Co., Ga is listed as being incorporated as a town 18 Aug 1913 to 28 Feb 1939.

Research Notes: 1) Upson Co., Will Book F p.23, 231

Sebastian Cabot married Sarah Elizabeth ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Sarah Elizabeth was born about 1843 in GA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 61 F    i. Sarah E. Mauk was born about 1869 in GA.

+ 62 F    ii. Jemima D. Mauk was born about 1871 in GA.

+ 63 F    iii. Mary Frances Mauk was born 15 Oct 1866 in GA, died 26 Aug 1870 in GA, and was buried in Mauk Cemetery, Upson Co., GA.

+ 64 F    iv. Bettie Mauk was born about 1869 in GA.

21. Jeptha Mauk (Rachel Mauck2, Mathias1) was born before 1811.

General Notes: Jeptha appears in a series of Wilkes Co., GA court records where his mother Rachel is listed as deceased and his father Noah Lee is appointed his guardian. The court records indicate Jeptha as a Mauck, and that Noah was identified as his
father after which he was appointed guardian. The records would appear to indicate that Jeptha was born out of wedlock (@1).

Research Notes: 1) Early Records of Georgia, Wilkes Co. by Grace Davidson


Fourth Generation (Great-Grandchildren)


22. Susan Glore (Abner Glore3, Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born about 1815 in GA.

General Notes: Susan appears with her parents, Abner and Caroline, in the 1850 census of Madison Co., GA. The census provided her birth data.

23. Palina Glore (Abner Glore3, Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born about 1826 in GA.

General Notes: Palina appears with her parents, Abner and Caroline, in the 1850 census of Madison Co., GA. The census provided her birth data.

24. Isaac Glore (Abner Glore3, Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born about 1827 in GA.

General Notes: Isaac appears with his parents, Abner and Caroline, in the 1850 census of Madison Co., GA. The census provided his birth data.

25. Joseph Glore (Abner Glore3, Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born about 1833 in GA.

General Notes: Joseph appears with his parents, Abner and Caroline, in the 1850 census of Madison Co., GA. The census provided his birth data.

26. John Glore (Abner Glore3, Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born about 1838 in GA.

General Notes: John appears with his parents, Abner and Caroline, in the 1850 census of Madison Co., GA. The census provided his birth data.

27. Elliott Glore (Abraham Glore3, Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born about 1830 in GA.

General Notes: Elliott appears with his parents, Abraham and Tabitha, in the 1850 census of Cobb Co., GA. The census provided his birth data.

28. James Glore (Abraham Glore3, Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born about 1832 in GA.

General Notes: James appears with his parents, Abraham and Tabitha, in the 1850 census of Cobb Co., GA. The census provided his birth data.

29. Manda Glore (Abraham Glore3, Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born about 1835 in GA.

General Notes: Manda appears with her parents, Abraham and Tabitha, in the 1850 census of Cobb Co., GA. The census provided her birth data.

30. Martha Glore (Abraham Glore3, Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born about 1835 in GA.

General Notes: Martha appears with her parents, Abraham and Tabitha, in the 1850 census of Cobb Co., GA. The census provided her birth data.

31. John T. Glore (Abraham Glore3, Elizabeth Mauck2, Mathias1) was born 11 Dec 1838 in GA, died 22 Jul 1920, and was buried in Glore Cemetery, Cobb Co., GA.

General Notes: John appears with his parents, Abraham and Tabitha, in the 1850 census of Cobb Co., GA. The census provided his birth data. John is buried in the Glore family cemetery in Cobb Co., GA. His headstone provided his dates of birth and death.
His wife is buried with him.

John T. married Sarah Ann ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Sarah Ann was born 08 May 1840, died 21 Mar 1890, and was buried in Glore Cemetery, Cobb Co., GA.

32. Amanda Mauck (John J.3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1839 in KY.

General Notes: Amanda's information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William Randolph Mauck, Amanda's brother. This source also provided Amanda's married name as Offutt.

Amanda appears with her parents, John and Elizabeth, in the 1850 and 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided her age and place of birth.

33. Joshua D. Mauck (John J.3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1853 in KY.

General Notes: Joshua's information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William Randolph Mauck, Joshua's brother.

Joshua appears with his parents, John and Elizabeth, in the 1850 and 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided his age and place of birth.

34. Sarah Elizabeth Mauck (John J.3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1829 in KY.

General Notes: Sarah's information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William Randolph Mauck, Sarah's brother. This source also provided Sarah's married name as Hewey.

Sarah appears as Elizabeth with her parents, John and Elizabeth, in the 1850 and 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided her age and place of birth.

35. Harriet A. Mauck (John J.3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1831 in KY.

General Notes: Harriet's information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William Randolph Mauck, Harriet's brother. This source also provided Harriet's married name as Nichols.

Harriet appears with her parents, John and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided her age and place of birth.

36. Henry C. Mauck (John J.3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1833 in KY.

General Notes: Henry's information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William Randolph Mauck, Henry's brother.

Henry appears with his parents, John and Elizabeth, in the 1850 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided his age and place of birth.

37. Mary E. Mauck (John J.3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1835 in KY.

General Notes: Mary's information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William Randolph Mauck, Mary's brother. This source provided Mary's married name as Rice.

Mary appears with her parents, John and Elizabeth, in the 1850 and 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided her age and place of birth.

38. John Lewis Mauck (John J.3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1841 in KY.

General Notes: John's information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William Randolph Mauck, John's brother.

John appears with his parents, John and Elizabeth, in the 1850 and 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided his age and place of birth.

39. William Randolph Mauck (John J.3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born 20 Jul 1843 in Boyle Co., KY.

General Notes: William's information was provided by The Kentucky Genealogy and Biography Vol. V, which details the ancestors of William. It also states William never married, was not affiliated with any church and carried on the family business making
Whiskey at The Mock Distillery.

William appears with his parents, John and Elizabeth, in the 1850 and 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided his age and place of birth.

40. Zachary Taylor Mauck (John J.3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1844 in KY.

General Notes: Zachary appears with his parents, John and Elizabeth, in the 1850 and 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided his age and place of birth.

41. Valentine Mauck (John J.3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1849 in KY.

General Notes: Valentine appears with his parents, John and Elizabeth, in the 1850 and 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided his age and place of birth.

42. Sally Mauck (Lewis3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born about 1858 in KY.

General Notes: Sally appears with her parents, Lewis and Sally, in the 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided her age and place of birth.

43. Winfield S. Mauck (Lewis3, Randolph2, Mathias1) was born in May 1860 in KY.

General Notes: Winfield appears with his parents, Lewis and Sally, in the 1860 census of Boyle Co., KY. The census provided his age as 1 month old in Jun 1850, and place of birth.

44. Zelpha Vandaman (Lucinda Mauk3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1839 in AL.

General Notes: Zelpha appears with her parents, Edward and Lucinda, in the 1860 census of Coosa Co., AL. The census provided her age and place of birth. Zelpha also appears in the Upson Co., GA 1870 estate records for her grandfather, Mathias Mauk, dec'd.

45. James M. Vandaman (Lucinda Mauk3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1842 in AL.

General Notes: James appears with his parents, Edward and Lucinda, in the 1860 census of Coosa Co., AL. The census provided his age and place of birth. James also appears in the Upson Co., GA 1870 estate records for his grandfather, Mathias Mauk, dec'd.

46. Adaline E. Vandaman (Lucinda Mauk3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1844 in AL.

General Notes: Adaline appears with her parents, Edward and Lucinda, in the 1860 census of Coosa Co., AL. The census provided her age and place of birth. Adaline also appears in the Upson Co., GA 1870 estate records for her grandfather, Mathias Mauk, dec'd.

47. Anna Vandaman (Lucinda Mauk3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1846 in AL.

General Notes: Anna appears with her parents, Edward and Lucinda, in the 1860 census of Coosa Co., AL. The census provided her age and place of birth. Anna also appears in the Upson Co., GA 1870 estate records for her grandfather, Mathias Mauk, dec'd.

48. F. L. Mauk (Joel T.3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1832 in GA.

General Notes: F.L. appears in the probate records of Joel Mauk in Upson Co., GA 31 Jan 1870 when he received money from Joel's estate. The probate states he resided in Franklin Parish, LA (@1). This document makes mention of an A.W. Mauk, who also signed
it.

F.L. appears in the 1860 census of Franklin Parish, LA, adjacent his uncle Daniel. The census provided his birth data, and his wife's data.

Research Notes: 1) Upson Co., GA Will Book F p.201

F. L. married Hester Ann ____________, daughter of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________. Hester Ann was born about 1830 in MS.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 65 F    i. Theckla Mauk was born about 1858 in LA.

49. Mary F. Mauk (Joel T.3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1839 in GA.

General Notes: Mary appears in the probate records of Joel Mauk in Upson Co., GA 31 Jan 1870 when she received money from Joel's estate. The probate states they resided in Butler Co., AL and that her married name was Powell (@1).

Mary's marriage to Robert appears in the marriage records of Upson Co., GA. Mary and Robert appear in the 1860 census of Butler Co., AL, which provided their birth data.

Research Notes: 1) Upson Co., GA Will Book F p.201

Mary F. married Robert C. Powell, son of ____________ ____________ and ____________ ____________, 07 Nov 1855 in Upson Co., GA. Robert C. was born about 1836 in SC.

50. James Terrell (Frances Lee Mauck3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1846 in MS.

General Notes: James appears with his parents, John and Frances, in the 1860 census of Franklin Parish, LA. The census provided his birth data.

51. Mary E. Terrell (Frances Lee Mauck3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1848 in MS.

General Notes: Mary appears with her parents, John and Frances, in the 1860 census of Franklin Parish, LA. The census provided her birth data.

52. Martha Terrell (Frances Lee Mauck3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1851 in MS.

General Notes: Martha appears with her parents, John and Frances, in the 1860 census of Franklin Parish, LA. The census provided her birth data.

53. Preston Terrell (Frances Lee Mauck3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1852 in MS.

General Notes: Preston appears with his parents, John and Frances, in the 1860 census of Franklin Parish, LA. The census provided his birth data.

54. Anne E. Mauk (Daniel F.3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1848 in MS.

General Notes: Anne appears with her parents, Daniel and Nancy, in the 1850 census of Franklin Parish, LA. The census provided her birth data.

55. Preston A. Mauk (Daniel F.3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1851 in LA.

General Notes: Preston appears with his parents, Daniel and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Franklin Parish, LA and 1870 census of Dallas Co., TX. The census provided his birth data.

56. James C. Mauk (Daniel F.3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1853 in LA.

General Notes: James appears with his parents, Daniel and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Franklin Parish, LA and 1870 census of Dallas Co., TX. The census provided his birth data.

57. Mary Frances Mauk (Daniel F.3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1856 in LA.

General Notes: Mary appears with her parents, Daniel and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Franklin Parish, LA and 1870 census of Dallas Co., TX. The census provided her birth data.

58. Virginia Mauk (Daniel F.3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1858 in LA.

General Notes: Virginia appears with her parents, Daniel and Nancy, in the 1860 census of Franklin Parish, LA and 1870 census of Dallas Co., TX. The census provided her birth data.

59. Jefferson Davis Mauk (Daniel F.3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1862 in LA.

General Notes: Jeff appears with his parents, Daniel and Nancy, in the 1870 census of Dallas Co., TX. The census provided his birth data.

60. Ermina Mauk (Daniel F.3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1865 in LA.

General Notes: Ermina appears with her parents, Daniel and Nancy, in the 1870 census of Dallas Co., TX. The census provided her birth data.

61. Sarah E. Mauk (Sebastian Cabot3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1869 in GA.

General Notes: Sarah appears with her parents, Sebastian and Sarah, in the 1880 census of Upson Co., GA. The census provided her birth data.

62. Jemima D. Mauk (Sebastian Cabot3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1871 in GA.

General Notes: Jemima appears with her parents, Sebastian and Sarah, in the 1880 census of Upson Co., GA. The census provided her birth data.

63. Mary Frances Mauk (Sebastian Cabot3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born 15 Oct 1866 in GA, died 26 Aug 1870 in GA, and was buried in Mauk Cemetery, Upson Co., GA.

General Notes: Mary is identified as a daughter of Sebastian by her headstone, which provided her dates of birth and death. She's buried in the Mauk Cemetery, located near Thomaston, GA.

Mary appears in the 1870 census of Upson Co., Ga with her parents, Sebastian and Sarah.

64. Bettie Mauk (Sebastian Cabot3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1869 in GA.

General Notes: Bettie appears in the 1870 census of Upson Co., GA with her parents, Sebastian and Sarah. The census provided her birth data.


Fifth Generation (Great Great-Grandchildren)


65. Theckla Mauk (F. L.4, Joel T.3, Mathias Jackson2, Mathias1) was born about 1858 in LA.

General Notes: Theckla appears in the 1860 census of Franklin Parish, LA with her parents, F.L. Mauk and Hester Ann. The census provided her birth data.


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