MATNEY.2 Parents: Elias MATNEY and Jane MANNING.|
Sally MATNEY.2 Parents: Elias MATNEY and Jane MANNING.
Sarah , Mrs. MATNEY2 was born in Jun 1866.
Spouse: Berry MATNEY. Berry MATNEY and Sarah , Mrs. MATNEY were married in 1884 in Douglas County Missouri.
Sarah A. MATNEY2 was born in 1855. Parents: Uriah MATNEY and Catherine COBB.
Sarah Ann MATNEY1,2,4 was born in 1816 in Jackson County, Indiana. She died in 1900 in Mo..4 Parents: Uriah Elijah MATNEY and Nancy Ann DAVID.
Spouse: Ambrose Pinkney COBB III. Ambrose Pinkney COBB III and Sarah Ann MATNEY were married on 22 Apr 1836 in Bartholomew County, Indiana. Children were: Catherine COBB, Elizabeth COBB, Elias COBB, Hugh Uriah COBB, William COBB, Ambrose Homer COBB, James Bedford COBB, Joseph COBB, Henry Calvin COBB, Martha Jane COBB.
Spouse: Ambrose Pinkney III COBB.
Stella MATNEY.2 Parents: Elias MATNEY and Jane MANNING.
Uriah MATNEY.2,4 Parents: Stephen MATNEY and Elendor KERVAT.
Spouse: Catherine COBB. Uriah MATNEY and Catherine COBB were married in 1854.4 Children were: Sarah A. MATNEY, Ambrose MATNEY, Amanda MATNEY, Louisa J. MATNEY, Berry MATNEY, John MATNEY, Uriah MATNEY, Elias MATNEY.
Uriah MATNEY2 was born in 1870. Parents: Uriah MATNEY and Catherine COBB.
Uriah MATNEY2 was born between Jul 1877 and 1879. Parents: Ambrose MATNEY and Martha , Mrs. MATNEY.
Uriah Elijah MATNEY.2
Spouse: Daniel (David?) SHRYOCK. Daniel (David?) SHRYOCK and Ann MATTHEWS were married on 22 Jan 1827.
Billy MATTHEWS.2,4,5,6 Parents: Dock MATTHEWS and Opal COTTON.
Carrie MATTHEWS2 was born in 1869.
Spouse: Edward Rosen SAGESER. Edward Rosen SAGESER and Carrie MATTHEWS were married on 18 Dec 1890 in Ill..
Margaret Porter (Maggie) MATTHEWS1 was born on 18 May 1852. Parents: William Harvey MATTHEWS and Sarah Ann PORTER.
Spouse: William Luther LAND. William Luther LAND and Margaret Porter (Maggie) MATTHEWS were married on 24 Oct 1878 in Jessamine County, Ky. Children were: Mary LAND, William Fountain LAND, LeRoy Mathews LAND, Sarah Edna LAND, Joseph Porter LAND, Luther McDowell LAND.
William Harvey MATTHEWS.1
MATTIE1 was born in Jul 1843 in Kentucky.
Spouse: William Hansford LAND. William Hansford LAND and MATTIE were married in 1899.
Issac MAUER20,21 was born on 2 Dec 1808 in Chester co, PA. He died on 30 Oct 1893 in Ballville Twp, Sandusky Co Oh. His reference number is 302.
Spouse: Mary Ann ARNSPIGER. Issac MAUER and Mary Ann ARNSPIGER were married on 15 Dec 1831 in Wayne Co., Oh.
Alice MAUPIN1 was born about 1854 in Kentucky. Parents: Thomas Jefferson MAUPIN and Jane W. LACKEY.
Amos De MAUPIN1 was born about 1620. He died about 1680.
Children were: Gabriel De MAUPIN I.
Betsy MAUPIN.1 Parents: Gabriel MAUPIN and Susannah BAILEY.
Betty Lee MAUPIN.1 Parents: Millard Fillmore MAUPIN and Jane Katherine HAGAN.
Spouse: Michael HLAD. Michael HLAD and Betty Lee MAUPIN were married on 1 Nov 1954.
Spouse: Henry POGUE.
Caldwell MAUPIN1 was born about 1874 in Madison Co., Ky. Parents: Dr. John W. MAUPIN and Sarah (Sally) CAMPBELL.
Callum MAUPIN.1 Parents: Gabriel MAUPIN and Susannah BAILEY.
Carr MAUPIN.1 Parents: John MAUPIN and Frances DABNEY.
Spouse: Nancy BURCH.
Carrie MAUPIN1 was born about 1876 in Madison Co., Ky. William Farris,mar Feb 12, 1896 to Carrie Maupin;
BND J.W. Adams;
Consent by; John W. Maupin--FB Bk-24--247 Parents: Dr. John W. MAUPIN and Sarah (Sally) CAMPBELL.
Claude MAUPIN1 was born in Mar 1694. Parents: Gabriel De MAUPIN I and Marie HERSENT.
Clay Smith MAUPIN1 was born about 1847 in Madison Co., Ky. Parents: Thomas Howard MAUPIN and Elizabeth J. MAUPIN.
Cornelius MAUPIN.1 Parents: Daniel (Cuff) MAUPIN and Elizabeth DABNEY.
Cornelius MAUPIN1 was born about 1758 in Albemarle Co., VA. Cornelius Maupin, was a soldier in the Revolutionary Army, and was with the continental troops, at the seige of Yorktown and the surrender of Cornwallis, and his name was on the pension list for the service. He married four times, don't know his wives given names. His first wife was Miss Harris, second Miss Tomlin, third Miss Paul and fourth Miss Ellis.
Note:--One Cornelius Maupin, after the Revolutionary War emigrated from Albemarle County, Va., to Kentucky, and settled in Madison County, on the waters of Otter Creek, near the present city of Richmond, where he acquired lands. He also owned lands on the waters of Green River. March 5, 1793, Peter Taylor and wife Nancy, conveyed to him 56 acres on a branch of Otter Creek, adjoining Richard Calloway, James Estill deceased,, Hoy, Briscoe, etc. Nov. 9, 1807, Cornelius Maupin and his wife Ann, conveyed to Parmenas Briscoe, land on Pitman or Sinking Creek, a branch of Green River, witnessed by Peter Woods, John Grudgett and Jer. Shropshire. Dec. 13, 1802, he and his wife Ann, conveyed to Dulaney Miller, land on Otter Creek. March 2, 1790, "on motion of Cornelius Maupin, his ear mark a crop and slit in the right ear, and a hole in the left is ordered to be recorded." He perhaps went to Missouri. Parents: John MAUPIN and Frances DABNEY.
Spouse: Mourning HARRIS.
Cynthia MAUPIN.1 Parents: Gabriel MAUPIN and Susannah BAILEY.
Spouse: Covington COOPER.
Cynthia A. MAUPIN1 was born on 30 Jun 1806 in Madison Co., Ky. She died on 24 Jan 1851. Parents: Daniel (Tough Daniel) MAUPIN and Margaret MCWILLIAMS.
Spouse: Thomas E. GATES. Thomas E. GATES and Cynthia A. MAUPIN were married on 11 May 1827.
Dabney MAUPIN.1 Parents: John MAUPIN and Frances DABNEY.
Dabney MAUPIN.1 Parents: Gabriel MAUPIN and Susannah BAILEY.
Spouse: Polly SHIFFLETT. Dabney MAUPIN and Polly SHIFFLETT were married on 17 Apr 1817.
Dabney MAUPIN1 was born about 1827 in Clay Co., Ky.
Spouse: Minerva HOLLINGSWORTH. Dabney MAUPIN and Minerva HOLLINGSWORTH were married on 4 Sep 1851 in Clay Co., Ky. Children were: Woodson MAUPIN, Wiseman P. MAUPIN, Virginia MAUPIN, William R. MAUPIN, Frank MAUPIN.
Dabney MAUPIN1 was born on 15 Jul 1845 in Clay Co., Ky.
Spouse: Mary HOLLINGSWORTH. Dabney MAUPIN and Mary HOLLINGSWORTH were married on 23 Oct 1877 in Clay Co., Ky.
Spouse: Sarah HOLLINGSWORTH. Dabney MAUPIN and Sarah HOLLINGSWORTH were married on 30 Jan 1890 in Clay Co., Ky.
Daniel MAUPIN1 was born on 25 Mar 1700 in England. He died on 20 Sep 1788 in Whitehall, Albemarle Co., VA. Daniel Maupin married Margaret Via, and died in Albemarle County, Va., in 1788, leaving his last will and testament, which is of record at Charlottesville.
Reverend Edgar Woods, in his History of Albemarle, published in 1901, states that "Two brothers, Daniel and Gabriel Maupin, came to the County just before the middle of the last century.
Daniel entered more than fifteen hundred acres in the Whitehall neighborhood. He died in 1788. He and his wife, Margaret had seven sons, and three daughters: Thomas, Gabriel, Daniel, John, Margaret, the wife of Robert Miller, William, Zachariah, Jesse, Jane, the wife of Samuel Rea, and Mary the wife of Matthew Mullens.
Reverend Edgar Woods, further says: "Gabriel died in 1794. He seems to have lived in the vicinity of Free Union, and Thomas, Bland, Daniel and Gabriel were the names of his sons," and further says: "The truth is, the families of this stock were generally so numerous, containing hardly ever less than ten, and sometimes thirteen children, and the same names were so often repeated in the different households, that it would be well nigh impossible at this date to make out an accurate statement of their lines of descent. They frequently inter-married among themselves, and with the Harrises, Jarmans, and Via's and their descendants are widely scattered over the West, particularly in Kentucky and Missouri. They seem to have been in their generations an industrious, quiet and home people."
Gabriel Maupin of Free Union, married Ann Ballard, daughter of Thomas Ballard a son of Thomas Ballard, who (the latter) settled on 320 acres of land near the foot of Piney Mountain, as early as 1738. (One Gabriel Maupin died in Albemarle County, Va., in 1794.)
Daniel Maupin, designated as Daniel Maupin, Senior,
son of the emigrant Gabriel Maupin and Marie Spencer his
wife, was born perhaps in France about 1699-1700, and was
brought with his parents to Virginia. He settled on Morman's
River in 1748.
He entered more than fifteen hundred acres of land in the Whitehall neighborhood, and made his home there. He married Margaret Via, and they raised a family of ten children; seven sons, and three daughters. He died in 1788, having made and published his last will and testament, which bears date Aug. 26, 1788, probated Oct. 9, 1788, and recorded at Charlottesville, Va. A copy of which is in these words and figures:
"Daniel Maupin's Senior, Will."
"In the name of God, amen. I, Daniel Maupin, senior, of Albemarle County, being in a low state of health, but of perfect mind and memory, I leave this my last will and testament: I give and bequeath to my good and lawful wife, Margaret, all my estate, real and personal, during her widowhood. And I give to my son, Gabriel Maupin, an equal part of my estate, and I give to my son, Thomas Maupin, an equal part of my estate, and I give to my son, John Maupin, an equal part of my estate, and I give to my son, Daniel Maupin, an equal part of my estate. I give to my son, William Maupin, an equal part of my estate, and I give to my son, Zacharias Maupin, an equal part of my estate, and to my son, Zacharias I give five pounds extraordinary more than the rest of my children, and I give to my son, Jesse Maupin, an equal part of my estate, and I give to my daughter Mary Mullens, an equal part of my estate, and I give to my daughter Jean R a, an equal part of my estate, and I give to my daughter Margaret Miller, an equal part of my estate. And my desire and will is, if there cannot be an equal division of my estate, among my sons and daughters, that my estate may be sold at public auction, and the money equally divided amongst my sons and daughters, and this being my last will, I hereby appoint my son, John Maupin, his son, Daniel Maupin, and Maxey Ewell, executors of this my last will.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 26th, day of Aug. 1788.
DANIEL (X) MAUPIN.
Lewis Davis, Jr.
At a Court held for Albemarle County, Oct. 9, 1788, this last will and testament of Daniel Maupin, senior, deceased, was produced into Court, and proved by the oaths of William Jarman, and Lewis Davis, Jr, two of the witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded, and a probate of the same was granted John Maupin, Daniel Maupin and Maxey Ewell, therein named who gave bond and security, according to law.
Teste, JOHN NICHOLAS, C. C.
A copy--Teste, W. L. MAUPIN, Clerk.
Margaret Via Maupin, the wife of said Daniel Maupin, was living at the date of the probate of the will.
Daniel MAUPIN age: 88
Born: 25 MAR 1700 in: ENG
Baptized: April 1700 in:
Died: 20 SEP 1788 in: Whitehall, AlbemarleCo, VA
Buried: in: Whitehall, AlbemarleCo, VA
Ref: Shaffett Occupation:
Father: Gabriel MAUPIN
Mother: Marie HERSENT
Source: The Story of Gabriel and Marie Maupin by Dorothy Shaffett.
Wife: Margaret VIA
Married: 1725 in: St. Peter's Parish, Louisa County, VA Parents: Gabriel De MAUPIN I and Marie HERSENT.
Spouse: Margaret VIA. Daniel MAUPIN and Margaret VIA were married in 1719 in Virginia. Children were: Gabriel MAUPIN, Daniel (Cuff) MAUPIN, Mary MAUPIN, John MAUPIN, William MAUPIN, Jane MAUPIN, Zacharias MAUPIN, Jesse MAUPIN, Margaret MAUPIN, Thomas MAUPIN.
Daniel (Cuff) MAUPIN1 was born on 25 Mar 1722 in Albemarle Co., VA. He died on 10 Dec 1803 in Madison Co., Ky. Daniel Maupin; ("Cuff Daniel") married Elizabeth Dabney, daughter of Cornelius Dabney, senior and Sarah Jennings his second wife.
Daniel Maupin, a son of Daniel Maupin, senior, of Albemarle
County, Va., and Margaret Via his wife, and named in his
father's will which was probated in 1788, was born in said
County of Albemarle about 1727-9.
He married Elizabeth Dabney, a daughter of Cornelius Dabney, senior, and Sarah Jennings his wife. (See Part III, Chap. 15, Article 2, Sec. 5.) And known as "Cuff" Daniel Maupin, and he came from Albemarle County, Va., to Madison County, Ky., as early as 1785. He was a member of a company raised in Albemarle County, Va., in 1758, to guard and defend the frontier against the Indians. He was a witness to the will of Robert Harris, senior, probated in Albemarle County, Va., Aug. 8, 1765.
The said Daniel Maupin, prior to 1798, came from Albemarle County, Va., to Madison County, Ky., and settled on the waters of Muddy Creek, where he acquired land, and where he lived till his death in 1803. On March 5, 1798, (D. page 381) Green Clay conveyed to him 50 acres of land on said creek, adjoining Moseley's survey.
He was styled on the record, as "Daniel Maupin, senior," of Madison County, Ky., and another Daniel Maupin whose wife was Betsy, was styled on the record as "Daniel Maupin, junior," until the death of Daniel Maupin, senior, after which occurence, the word 'junior" did not follow his name on the record. There was still another Daniel Maupin, who at one time lived on Paint Lick Creek, whose wife was named Susannah.
The name of the wife of said Daniel Maupin, senior, of Madison County, Ky., nowhere appears on the Court records of said County, at least a thorough search has been made without avail. She evidently was dead before he made his will, but she died in Madison County, Ky. He not only had children, but at least one grand-child as shown in his will.
On Oct. 4, 1801, (E. page 260) the said Daniel Maupin, senior, of Madison County, Ky., by deed gave to his son John Maupin, fifty pounds he collected for him that was in the hands of Bernard Brown of Albemarle County, Va., who was his acting attorney at law, and other personal property. He died in 1803, as aforesaid, having first made and published his last will and testament, bearing date Oct. 11, 1802, probated Dec. 5, 1803, and recorded in Will Book A, page 277, by which he appoints his friend John Harris executor. The will is in the following words and figures:
"Daniel Maupin's Will."
"I Daniel Maupin, of Madison County, Ky., being of sound mind, though weak in body, considering the certainty of death, and the uncertainty of when it may happen, have thought fit to make this my last will and testament, in the following manner, that is to say: I give and bequeath unto Margaret Burnett, the fifty acres of land that I live on, as long as she lives and is single, and at her death or marriage I bequeath it to her daughter, Lucy Burnett to her sole use and bequest, and my will further is, that all and every part of my personal estate should be sold and equally divided amongst my five daughters or their heirs, viz: Sarah Stephenson, Margaret Burnett, Elizabeth Ray's children, Mary Goulding and Fanny Lynch. After my debts are paid, which is to be paid out of my personal estate, and the sum of twelve pounds due from me to Lucy Burnett, is to be paid her out of the same, with my funeral expense by my executor hereafter named. And that no misunderstanding may take place in the construction of this will, it is to be understood that Elizabeth Ray's two children are to stand as one legatee in the above distribution, and finally I resign my soul to God trusting through the mediation of His Son to enjoy eternal life, and I hereby appoint my friend John Harris to be my executor on this will.
In testimony of which I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this eleventh day of October, one thousand eight hundred and two.
DANIEL MAUPIN (L S.)
James X Oldham.
Codical made to the above will this 9th day of Feb. one thousand eight hundred and three, hereby altering the above bequest respecting my land, and do hereby will it to my daughter Margaret Curby, as long as she lives, and then as above directed to the sole use and bequest of her daughter Lucy Burnett.
As witness my hand and seal this ninth day of Feb. eighteen hundred and three.
DANIEL MAUPIN. (L S.)
At a Court held for Madison County, on Monday the 5th day of December 1803, this will was proved to be the last will and testament of Daniel Maupin, deceased, by the oaths of Anna Harris, William Harris and James Oldham, witnesses thereto, and also the amendment to said will was proved to be act and deed of the said Daniel Maupin, deceased, by the oath of Charles Neale and Anna Neal, witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded.
Attest: WILL IRVINE, Clerk."
Daniel Maupin, private Virginia Militia, Colonial Wars; Had son Daniel(1760-1832) of Madison County, Kentucky; Orderly Sergeant VirginiaTroops at Yorktown; married first Elizabeth Gentry (1766-1804).
Daniel "Cuff" Maupin and Elizabeth Dabney had children: 1. Daniel"Tough Dan", born 6 December 1760, Albemarle County, Virginia, died 29August 1832, Madison County, Kentucky, married 21 April 1791,Albemarle County, Virginia, (1) Elizabeth Gentry, (2) MargaretMcWilliams, 2. Cornelius, 3. John, 4. Sarah, 5. Margaret, 6.Elizabeth, 7. Mary, 8. Frances. Parents: Daniel MAUPIN and Margaret VIA.
Spouse: Elizabeth DABNEY. Daniel (Cuff) MAUPIN and Elizabeth DABNEY were married on 8 Jan 1749. Children were: Daniel (Tough Daniel) MAUPIN, John MAUPIN, Sarah MAUPIN, Margaret MAUPIN, Elizabeth MAUPIN, Mary MAUPIN, Fannie MAUPIN, Cornelius MAUPIN, Thomas MAUPIN.
Daniel (Saddler Daniel) MAUPIN1 was born on 16 Sep 1756 in Albemarle Co., VA. Daniel Maupin, known as "Saddler Daniel," was co-executor with his father John Maupin and Maxey Ewell of the will of his grand-father, Daniel Maupin, senior, probated in 1788. He married three times, first Martha Jarman. (See Sec. 1, above) second Patsey Gentry and third Mrs. Hannah Harris nee Jameson, widow of William Harris, deceased. (See Part III, Chap. 3, Sec. 5) In 1834 he and his wife Hannah deeded the ground for Mount Moriah Meeting House, near Whitehall in Albemarle, which for many years went by the name of "Maupin Meeting House," and was a favorite place for holding camp meetings. In 1795, Henry Austin, conveyed to Daniel Maupin and others the title to a parcel of land for a church, then called "Austin Meeting House," afterwards "Bingham's Church."
______________________________________________________ Parents: John MAUPIN and Frances DABNEY.
Spouse: Martha JARMAN.
Spouse: Patsey GENTRY.
Spouse: Hannah JAMESON.
Daniel (Tough Daniel) MAUPIN1 was born on 6 Dec 1760 in Albemarle Co., VA. He died on 29 Aug 1832 in Madison Co., Ky. Daniel Maupin, a son of Daniel Maupin and Elizabeth
Dabney his wife, was born in Albemarle County, Va., Dec. 6,
1760, he died in Madison County, Ky., Aug. 29, 1832, and was
known as "Tough" Daniel Maupin.
He first married in Virginia Elizabeth (Betsy) Gentry, who was born in Albemarle County, Va., Dec. 27, 1766, and she died in Madison County, Ky., June 10, 1804, and on the 16th day of June 1805, said Daniel Maupin married the second time, Margaret McWilliams, this marriage occurring in Madison County, Ky. She was born in Virginia Feb. 28, 1781, and died in Madison County, Ky., May -- 1865.
Daniel Maupin was a soldier in the Revolutionary Army, and was with General Washington during that dreadful winter of 1778 at Valley Forge, then being in his eighteenth year, and was with him at the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown in 1781, his name was on the pension list for Revolutionary service. The following is a copy from the Madison County Court Order Book:
"August 13, 1853. The Declaration of Margaret Maupin, widow of Daniel Maupin, deceased. Revolutionary Pensioner of the United States, made for the purpose of obtaining the benefit of the act of Congress passed and approved the 3rd of Feb. 1853, and any other act of Congress was produced, sworn to, and subscribed, in open Court, by said Margaret Maupin, and ordered to be certified."
"It is hereby ordered to be certified that satisfactory evidence has this day been presented to the Court by the oaths of Leland D. Maupin and William R. Letcher, two credible and disinterested persons that Daniel Maupin, deceased, of said county, a Revolutionary pensioner and for whose service in the Revolutionary War his widow Margaret Maupin drew what was due her at the time of his death some time after he died. That the said Daniel Maupin died in the County of Madison and State of Kentucky, on the twenty ninth day of August in the year eighteen hundred and thirty two, leaving the applicant, the said Margaret Maupin, his widow, who still remains his widow having never married again."
After the war, he with his wife Betsy and children then born, left Albemarle County, Va., as early as 1785, and emigrated to Madison County, Ky., where he settled and lived only a few miles from Richmond, on what is now the Big Hill pike, near the present residence of Thomas D. Chenault, senior, and near same he and his first wife Betsy, and second wife Margaret, were buried. He acquired considerable property in said county on Muddy Creek, Little Muddy Creek, Otter Creek, Silver Creek, and Harts Fork.
On Aug. 12, 1803, (E page 520) Daniel Maupin, Junior, of Madison County, Ky., made to Daniel Maupin of Albemarle County, Va., "saddler," a power of attorney to deed to Chapman Maupin land claimed by Daniel Maupin (Junior) as assignee of Samuel Rea, by patent dated Sept. 27, 1793, in Albemarle County, Va., 148 acres, and a small slip of land in said county, between Robert Brown, Junior, and Humphrey Becket, and to receive from Chapman Maupin an assignment on a bond the said Chapman Maupin had on Chapman White for $500.
May 7, 1804, (E page 700) Samuel Estill conveyed to him 120 acres of land on Muddy Creek, close to old Estill Station. Aug. 20, 1807, (F page 454) George Campbell and wife Ann of Willamson County, Tenn., conveyed to him 150 acres of land on Silver Creek adjoining Lindsey Carson, David Moore etc. March 15, 1810, (H page 5) Deed between him and Higgason Grubbs, making division of a 1000 acres of land in Montgomery County, on Cow and Gudgeon Creeks, emptying into the Salt Spring Fork of Licking on the south side above the upper Salt Spring, which they held in equal moiety by deeds from Joel Harris of Albemarle County, Va., having a patent for said 1000 acres May 17, 1809, divided by mutual consent, witnessed by John McWilliams, John C. McWilliams and Garland Maupin. March 10, 1812, (H page 413) Deed to him from Wm. Anderson and Betsy his wife to 150 acres of land on Harts Fork of Silver Creek, being part of a preemption of 1000 acres granted to Daniel Boone etc.
Feb. 6, 1796, (G page 261) Samuel Estill and Jane his wife, conveyed to him 124 acres of land, including plantation on which said Daniel Maupin now (then) lives, on Muddy Creek adjoining Hubbard. Oct. 6, 1814, (K page 386) he and his wife Peggy, conveyed to Wm. Bentley and Anthony W. Rollins four acres of land on Little Muddy Creek including Tan Yard. March 20, 1816, (L page 336) they conveyed to Garland Maupin a part of a 1000 acres of Daniel Boone, assignee of Joseph Hughes on Harts Fork. March 21, 1817, (L page 451) for $1 and love and affection they conveyed to David Crews, 80 acres of land on Silver Creek. Jan. 7, 1817, (M, page 71) as attorney in fact for Joel Harris of Albemarle, deeded to V. Tudor, lands on Otter and Muddy Creeks. Sept. 18, 1819, (O, page 38) made deed to Garland Maupin to 72 acres of land on Harts Fork. March 19, 1823, deed for love, etc., to his son, James Maupin to land on Otter Creek. Jan. 9, 1830. (T, page 139) Deed to James Estill. (X, page 592) Deed to William Bently including Tan Yard.
Aug. 28, 1826. (R page 198.) Agreement between James Dulaney, son of William Dulaney, and his grand-father Daniel Maupin, as to guardianship.
His will bears date April 3, 1829, was probated Oct. 1, 1832, and recorded in Will Book E, page 508, in these words and figures:
"Daniel Maupin's Will:"
"In the name of God, amen. I, Daniel Maupin, of the County of Madison, and State of Kentucky, being aged and infirm in health, but sound in mind and memory, and knowing that my dissolution can be at no great distance of time, do ordain this my last will and testament: My will and desire is, that my just debts be all paid, which done, and my funeral expenses also paid, my desire is that my present beloved wife, Peggy Maupin, have and enjoy the residue of my estate during her widow-hood, under the limitations or restrictions hereinafter named. If my wife should again marry from that time, she is to have one third only of my estate during the residue of her life, and after her death, whether she shall marry or not, the whole of my estate not before divided among my children by my said last wife. If any of my children by my last wife shall marry or leave their mother during her life time my will and desire is that such child or children, shall have advanced to him or them, what my executors shall think reasonable, considering the extent of my estate, and doing equal justice among my children, and their mother. The part so advanced to be taken into consideration in the final division. In case I make any advancements to any of my children by my last wife, before my death, the same is to be considered, and as also, I have already advanced unto my sons, Washington Maupin, twelve hundred dollars, and to my daughter, Cynthia, intermarried with Thomas Gates, six hundred dollars, which is also to be considered by my executors as so much in the division as part of their part of the distribution of my estate, among the children of my said last wife.
The children which I had by my first wife, Betsy Maupin, I have done for them what I considered as much as I am able to do, for my last sets. It is my wish therefore, that they have no farther share or portion of my estate.
It is my desire that my estate of every description, be under the direction and superintendence of my executors, and that my beloved wife pursue their advice in its management and keeping it from waste and destruction. I hereby revoke all former wills and do declare this my only last will and testament, and I do hereby constitute and appoint my son, Washington Maupin, my son Leland Maupin, when he arrives at age of twenty one years, and my friend Archibald Woods, Jr., exceutors of this my last will and testament.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this third day of April 1829.
DANIEL MAUPIN. (Seal.)
Signed, sealed and acknowledged in our presence and we witnessed it, in the presence of the testator, the day it bears date.
W. R. Letcher.
Joseph Barnett, senior.
Kentucky, Madison County, Set.
I, David Irvine, clerk of the Court aforesaid, do hereby certify that at a County Court held for Madison County on Monday the first day of Oct. 1832, this instrument of writing was produced in open Court, and proved to be the last will and testament of Daniel Maupin, deceased, by the oaths of Archibald Woods, Jr., and William R. Letcher, witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded, and the same has been done accordingly.
(Copy) Attest: DAVID IRVINE, Clerk.
Maupin, Daniel (b. 06 DEC 1760, d. 29 AUG 1832)
Daniel Maupin was a courier for George Washington during the winter of Valley Forge. He took part in all of the battles fought by Washington from 1778 to the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown. His extraordinary vitality during the hardships of these campaigns won for him the name of 'Tough Daniel Maupin'.
Madison County Court Order Book___________Aug. 13, 1853
The declaration of Margaret Maupin, widow of Daniel Maupin,
deceased, Revolutionary pensioner of the U.S., made for the
purpose of obtaining the benefit of the act of Congress, was
produced, sworn to, and subscribed in open court by the said
Margaret Maupin and ordered to be certified.
Records indicate that Daniel Maupin III had 3 wives. The name
of the first unknown. Earlier publications have listed her name
as BETSY GENTRY, daughter of Martin Gentry. That does not seem
likely as their consent to Marry and Marriage Bond give the
marriage date as April 21, 1791. The marriage dates of the
first 6 children range from 1800-1808. This could not be for
children from a marriage in 1791. It seems unlikely that if
Betsy was Daniel's first wife that they would have 6 children
before their marriage was recorded at 1791. Another son is
believed to be from this first family, GARTEN B MAUPIN. Daniel
and his family emigrated to Kentucky in 1794. Betsy died June
10, 1804, in Kentucky. On June 6, 1805, Daniel III married
Margaret McWilliams. Daniel's will is recorded in Will Book E,
page 508. It was probated October 11, 1832 in Madison Co., Ky.
This information from WFT Vol. 7 Pedigree 2336 Parents: Daniel (Cuff) MAUPIN and Elizabeth DABNEY.
Spouse: Margaret MCWILLIAMS. Daniel (Tough Daniel) MAUPIN and Margaret MCWILLIAMS were married on 16 Jun 1805 in Madison Co., Ky. Children were: Cynthia A. MAUPIN, George Washington MAUPIN, Leland D. MAUPIN, Daniel C. MAUPIN, Parthenia MAUPIN, Eliza Ann MAUPIN, William M. MAUPIN, Thomas Jefferson MAUPIN, Nancy MAUPIN, Thomas Howard MAUPIN.
Spouse: Virginia Elizabeth GENTRY. Daniel (Tough Daniel) MAUPIN and Virginia Elizabeth GENTRY were married on 21 Apr 1791 in Albemarle Co., VA. Children were: Garland MAUPIN, Elizabeth MAUPIN, Patsey MAUPIN, Susannah MAUPIN, Delilah MAUPIN, Polly MAUPIN, Sally MAUPIN, James MAUPIN, John MAUPIN, Martin MAUPIN, Talitha MAUPIN.
Daniel MAUPIN1 was born in 1766. Parents: Gabriel MAUPIN and Ann BALLARD.
Spouse: Jane VIA.
Daniel MAUPIN1 was born about 1851 in Madison Co., Ky. Parents: Thomas Howard MAUPIN and Elizabeth J. MAUPIN.
Daniel C. MAUPIN1 was born on 15 Jan 1811. He died on 16 Jan 1865. Daniel C. Maupin, was born Jan. 15, 1811, and died Jan. 16, 1865. He married Nancy J. Walker, Jan. 5, 1831. He was a prominent and highly respected farmer of Madison County, Ky., and had the name of being as clever and honest a man as lived in the County.
State: Kentucky Year: 1850
District: No. 1
Page: 228a 5 Sep 1850
King Maupin 39 M Farmer Madison [Daniel C. Maupin]??
Nancy 35 F Madison [Nancy J. Walker]??
John W. 18 M Madison [Dr. John W. Walker]??
Socrates 14 M Madison
William 12 M Madison
Sarah 10 F Madison
Siurscy? 8 M Madison
Julia 6 F Madison
Tamith? 4 F Madison
Nancy 3 F Madison
Henry? 2 M Madison
Franklin 1/12 M Madison
_______________________________________________________ Parents: Daniel (Tough Daniel) MAUPIN and Margaret MCWILLIAMS.
Delilah MAUPIN1 died on 10 Jul 1814. Parents: Daniel (Tough Daniel) MAUPIN and Virginia Elizabeth GENTRY.
Spouse: William DULANEY. William DULANEY and Delilah MAUPIN were married on 10 May 1804.
Dorcas MAUPIN1 was born about 1848 in Kentucky. Parents: Thomas Jefferson MAUPIN and Jane W. LACKEY.
Spouse: Gilbert Raymond SANDERS.
Eliza Ann MAUPIN1 was born on 20 Jun 1814. Parents: Daniel (Tough Daniel) MAUPIN and Margaret MCWILLIAMS.
Spouse: Chisel GOOCH. Chisel GOOCH and Eliza Ann MAUPIN were married on 18 Feb 1830.