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  1. George Mauney: Birth: ABT 1775.

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  10. Peter Mauney: Death: 30 MAY 1840

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1. Title:   GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Ann Abernathy
2. Title:   GEDCOM file. Created on 30 APR 2005. Imported on 30 Apr 2005.

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a. Continued:   This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/stripes87/8/data/983
  Excerpt taken from book "Lincoln County Heritage 1997" Christian Mauney was Granted 200 acres in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, on April 28, 1763. Christian Mauney received a tract on Beaverdam Creek on September 8. 1770.
  In 1774 the Carolina Assembly purchased a tract of land from Christian Mauney and set it aside as the county seat of Tyron County. Diring the Revolution war, in 1779, Tryon county was legislated out of exististance and its territories were divided between two new counties, one which was Lincoln. The county seat which remained on the Mauney place until 1783, was moved to Linconton, the present county seat. The tryon Declarance of Freedom of August 14, 1775 was proclaimed at the old Mauney place and resides in the Raleigh archives.This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/stripes87/8/data/983
  Excerpt taken from book "Lincoln County Heritage 1997" Christian Mauney was Granted 200 acres in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, on April 28, 1763. Christian Mauney received a tract on Beaverdam Creek on September 8. 1770.
  In 1774 the Carolina Assembly purchased a tract of land from Christian Mauney and set it aside as the county seat of Tyron County. Diring the Revolution war, in 1779, Tryon county was legislated out of exististance and its territories were divided between two new counties, one which was Lincoln. The county seat which remained on the Mauney place until 1783, was moved to Linconton, the present county seat. The tryon Declarance of Freedom of August 14, 1775 was proclaimed at the old Mauney place and resides in the Raleigh archives.This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/stripes87/8/data/983
  Excerpt taken from book "Lincoln County Heritage 1997" Christian Mauney was Granted 200 acres in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, on April 28, 1763. Christian Mauney received a tract on Beaverdam Creek on September 8. 1770.
  In 1774 the Carolina Assembly purchased a tract of land from Christian Mauney and set it aside as the county seat of Tyron County. Diring the Revolution war, in 1779, Tryon county was legislated out of exististance and its territories were divided between two new counties, one which was Lincoln. The county seat which remained on the Mauney place until 1783, was moved to Linconton, the present county seat. The tryon Declarance of Freedom of August 14, 1775 was proclaimed at the old Mauney place and resides in the Raleigh archives.

b. Note:   # ID: I525128047 # Name: Christian Sr. MAUNEY # Given Name: Christian Sr. # Surname: Mauney # Sex: M # Birth: 1741 in Alsace # Death: 13 Jan 1815 in Gaston County, North Carolina # Will: 7 Jul 1814 # Burial: Jan 1815 Beaver Dam Luther Church Cemetary, North Carolina # Note:
  Excerpt taken from book "Lincoln County Heritage 1997" Christian Mauney was Granted 200 acres in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, on April 28, 1763. Christian Mauney recieved a tract on Beaverdam Creek on September 8. 1770. In 1774 the Carolina Assembly purchased a tract of land from Christian Mauney and set it aside as the county seat of Tyron County. Diring the Revolution war, in 1779, Tryon county was legislsated out of exististance and its territories were divided between two new counties, one which was Lincoln. The county seat which remained on the Mauney place until 1783, was moved to Lincolnton, the present county seat. The tryon Declarance of Freedom of August 14, 1775 was proclaimed at the old Mauney place and resides in the Raleigh archives. Father: Jacob Sr. MOONEY b: 1714 in Altwiller, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France
  Mother: UNKNOWN UNKNOWN1
  Marriage 1 Caty SUMMEY
  Children
  1. John MAUNEY 2. Jacob MAUNEY 3. Christian, Jr. MAUNEY 4. Peter MAUNEY 5. Michael MAUNEY 6. Betsy MAUNEY 7. Caty MAUNEY 8. Margret MAUNEY 9. Sally MAUNEY 10. Polly MAUNEY 11. Barbara MAUNEY 12. George MAUNEY b: Abt 1775 source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2498959&id=I525128047
  database owner: Karen White (stripes_87@hotmail.com)
  added: 01/10/2005


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