I have William Maynard's family back to 1600's in England.
Descendants of William Maynard
1 William Maynard b: December 19, 1831 in Horsmonden, Kent, England d: March 23, 1920 in Hamilton, Butler County, OH
.. +Martha Clout b: August 29, 1829 in Sandhurst, Kent, England d: September 13, 1867 in Sunman, Ripley Co., IN m: December 06, 1851 in Sandhurst, Kent, England Father: Richard CLOUT Mother: Mary CAMPANY
........ 2 Henry Milton Clout Maynard b: September 01, 1845 in Sandhurst, Kent, England d: October 17, 1927 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA
............ +Melisa Manley b: Abt. 1850 in IN d: 1888 in Indianapolis, Marion County, IN m: Bef. 1870 in IN
........ *2nd Wife of Henry Milton Clout Maynard:
............ +Florence N. Burnell b: Abt. 1869 in OH d: April 22, 1916 in San Diego, San Diego Co., CA m: July 03, 1892 in Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Co., CA Father: William BURNELL Mother: Nancy
........ 2 Alfred G. Maynard b: April 20, 1852 in Sandhurst, Kent, England d: May 04, 1917 in Midleton, Columbiana Co., OH
............ +Calvery J. Bundy b: Abt. 1863 in IN d: Bef. 1917 m: February 19, 1880 in Shelby Co., IN Father: Jonathan H. BUNDY Mother: Nancy J.
........ *2nd Wife of Alfred G. Maynard:
............ +Estella b: Abt. 1852 in IN d: Aft. 1920 m: Aft. 1881
........ 2 William Rufus Maynard b: February 1856 in Sandhurst, Kent, England d: January 04, 1928 in Barnum, Mineral County, WV
............ +Martha Jane Davis b: Abt. October 1853 in Hamilton, Butler County, OH d: May 23, 1912 in Hamilton, Butler County, OH m: Abt. 1873 in Hamilton, Butler County, OH
........ *2nd Wife of William Rufus Maynard:
............ +Sallie Winifred Jewel b: June 27, 1873 in Leesburg, Loudoun Co., VA d: June 11, 1951 in WV m: Abt. 1899 in Barnum, Mineral County, WV Father: George W. JEWELL Mother: Anna Maria STOUT
........ 2 Anne Jane Maynard b: November 08, 1859 in Bodiam, Sussex, England d: Bef. 1870 in IN
........ 2 George Washington Maynard b: July 16, 1861 in Sunman, Ripley Co., IN d: November 18, 1930 in New Point, Decatur Co., IN
............ +Anneta Jane Harding b: June 16, 1860 in Salt Creek Twp., Decatur Co., IN d: May 29, 1930 in New Point, Decatur Co., IN m: November 03, 1883 in Salt Creek Twp., Decatur Co., IN Mother: Elizabeth HARDING
........ 2 Sarah Alice Maynard b: Abt. June 1867 in Sunman, Ripley Co., IN d: March 19, 1932 in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., IN
............ +Isaac Davis b: Abt. 1858 in OH d: April 13, 1934 in OH m: 1889 in Hamilton, Butler Co., OH Father: Aaron DAVIS Mother: Sarah
*2nd Wife of William Maynard:
.. +Harriet Hollensby b: September 23, 1845 in IN d: March 23, 1889 in New Point, Decatur Co., IN m: April 08, 1868 in IN Father: John HOLLENSBY Mother: Margaret DAVIS
........ 2 Mary Ellen Maynard b: January 15, 1870 in Sunman, Ripley Co., IN d: December 02, 1952 in Rossburg, Salt Creek Twp., Decatur Co., IN
............ +James Samuel Blair b: August 11, 1860 in Versailles, Ripley Co.,IN m: November 10, 1888 in New Point, Decatur Co., IN
........ 2 Isaac Wilson Maynard b: February 01, 1874 in Ripley Co., IN d: January 07, 1947 in Hamilton, Butler Co., OH
............ +Wilhemenia Gies b: May 10, 1882 in Elmyra, Ontario, Canada d: August 16, 1963 in Hamilton, Butler Co., OH m: August 06, 1908 in Hamilton, Butler Co., OH Father: Nickolas GIES Mother: Anna Eva EISBECK
The elder William Maynard arrived in the USA 4 July 1860.He served in the Civil War.
I have extensive notes on William.Feel free to use them.
William's birth records were found in the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Horsmonden, Kent County, England.His death records were located in his Civil War pension records and through his obituary published in Hamilton, OH.He was christened 15 Jan. 1832 in Horsmonden Parish, Kent Co., England.
citation C12147-2, 02770-3.
!Ripley County Genealogy, page 984.Maynard family bible supposedly owned by Mrs. Mary Dreyer.Whereabouts unknown.Ripley County, IN.Erroneous information in this genealogy had William married a second time to Mary Ann Beresford, the woman who married his father.His first marriage was reported for the wrong year.
He and his wife and children traveled from London, England on the ship "Plymouth Rock," arriving in New York City, 4 July, 1860.They went to the home of William Maynard Sr. in Indiana.Copy of passengers' list at National Archives.William was at the time 30 years and 8 months old.Martha was 31 years and 5 months.Henry was 12 years and 6 months.Alfred was 7 years and 9 months andWilliam was 3 years and 6 months.Anne was 7 months old.
GAR, Post No. 5, Greensburg, 2 July, 1879.
William enlisted in Lawrenceburg, IN in Co. H, 83rd IN Volunteers, Infantry, where his brother, James, also enlisted.William had stomach problems but no wound.His brother James died of typhoid fever on the hospital ship "Memphis" on the Mississippi River between Vicksburg and the Louisiana river banks.He was buried in Vicksburg National Cemetery, but no site has been found.His name is not yet entered into the computer data banks at Vicksburg.(1998) Brother in law, John Gladwish, was severely wounded but survived. His widow received a pension.Son (step) Henry MILTON (bastard birth records, Sandhurst, Kent) Maynard was wounded and received a pension all his life.
National Archives, Original claim for a board action, claim number 524610, William Maynard of Greensburg, IN, examined 18 Nov. 1884.
National Archives, Declaration for Increase of An Invalid Pension, 22 Nov. 1886.58 year old William, a resident of New Point, Deactur Co., IN was receiving $4 a month.
National Archives, Declaration for the Increase of An Invalid Pension, 24 June 1887.59 year old William, a resident of New Point was receiving $8 a month.
National Archives, Declaration for Increase of An Invalid Pension, 12 Jan. 1887.Description, 5 foot 6 and 3/4inches tall, 148 pounds, age 58.Pulse rate 84, respiration, 22, temperature, 99.
National Archives, Declaration for Increase, Medical evaluation and history.
Treated at hospital in Memphis, Tennessee 3 weeks in Dec. 1862.On Jan. 8, 1863 he was treated at Keokuk, IA.
National Archives, Increase Invalid Pension, 12 Jan. 1887, New Point, Decatur Co., IN, Co. H., 83 IN Vol. Infantry.Discharged 2 June 1985.Chronic diarrhea and disease of the rectum, with rheumatism, as well.
NationalArchives, Medical Statement 7 Aug. 1887, New Point, IN.Assessed 1/2 for diarrhea and 1/2 for rheumatism and 0 for disease of the kidneys.
National Archives, statements by Peter Engel of New Point, IN and John Gunter of Napoleon, IN, who attested they knew William Maynard to have been a soldier.27 March 1888.
National Archives, Increase in Invalid Pension, 15 Dec. 1888.Filed from New Point, Decatur Co., IN.Certificate number 341,043 attached.
National Archives, Increase Invalid Pension, # 341,043, medical examination.Frances M. Sherwood and Benjamin Ketchum witnessed his signature.
National Archives, Declaration for Invalid Pension, 12 Mar. 1883.Age 55, 5 feet 7 inches tall.Stated he was enrolled in 1862 in Company H, 83rd IN regiment, Col. Benj. Spooner commander, and was discharged Washington, DC, 2 June 1865.
National Archives, Board of Review, 5 Oct. 1886, justified pension.
National Archives, Declaration for Increase of an Invalid Pension.12 Mar. 1889, New Point, Decatur Co., IN.Currently paid $12.Increase rejected.
National Archives, Medical statement and evaluation, Excello, OH.Physical description, 5 foot 7 inches tall, weight 145 pounds, at age 61.Pulse, respiration, and temperature were normal.
National Archives, Medical statement and evaluation, Excello, OH.Physical description, 5 foot 7 inches tall, weight 145 pounds, 62 years old.Pulse 88, respiration 17, and temperature, 99.6.
National Archives, sworn testimony, Jacob Stout and W. K. Rhonemus, Excello, OH, 5 Jan. 1892.Increase rejected.
National Archives, board of review, claim validated by Mrs. Maud Clifford of Hamilton, OH.
National Archives, Act of February 6 1907, increase to $20 a month, 28 Feb., 1907.William lived at 1123 Heaton Steet, Hamilton, OH.He alleged he was born 19 Dec., 1830, 1 year earlier than his birth records show.
National Archives, Act of May 11 1912, Williamlived at 912 North D. Street, Hamilton, Butler Co., OH, received rate of $30 per month, beginning June 1, 1912.
IN, Decatur Co., Salt Creek Twp., federal census,1880.William was 54. a laborer and born in England as were both his parents.Harriet was 36 and born in Indiana, both her parents in England.George was 19 and listed as a son. and he was a laborer.Maggie, Harriet's illegitimate daughter, was 17.Mary was 11 and Isaac was 9.
IN, Decatur Co., Greensburg deed records number 535.William and Harriet Maynard purchased land in "part of the North West quarter of Section thirty Township Number Eleven (11) North of Range number Eleven (11) East, Beginning at the North East corner of the above described, quarter of Land running west Sixteen Rods thence South forty Rods, Thence East Sixteen Rods, thence North Forty Acres to the place of beginning containing four acres, and the following tract to wit, one acre off of the North West corner of the North West quarer of the North East quarter of Section Thirty (30) Town Eleven (11) North of Range Eleven (11) East."15 Nov., 1878, handsigned by William Maynard and mark of Harriet Maynard.Copy sent by Geoffrey Maynard, Greensburg, IN.
1880 federal census, Salt Creek Twp., Decatur Co., IN, page 409C.William was 54 and born in England.His wife was Harriet, age 36, and born in IN.George, son, was 19.Maggie, listed as daughter, but actually his wife's illegitimate son, was 17.Mary was his daughter and age 11.Isaac was his son and was age 9.The last two were Harriet's children by William.
Census Place: Salt Creek, Decatur, Indiana
Source: FHL Film 1254273National Archives Film T9-0273Page 409C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
William MAYNARD Self M M W 54 ENGLAND
Occ: Laborer Fa: ENGLAND Mo: ENGLAND
Harriet MAYNARD Wife F M W 36 IN
Fa: ENGLAND Mo: PA
George MAYNARD Son M S W 19 IN
Occ: Laborer Fa: ENGLAND Mo: ENGLAND
Maggie MAYNARD Dau F S W 17 IN
Occ: At Home Fa: ENGLAND Mo: IN
Mary MAYNARD Dau F S W 11 IN
Occ: At Home Fa: ENGLAND Mo: IN
Isaac MAYNARD Son M S W 9 IN
Fa: ENGLAND Mo: IN
GAR, Post Number 5, "Pap" Thomas, Decatur Co., IN.
1920 Hamilton, Butler Co., OH federal census, living with son-in-law, Ike Davis.He was 89 years old.
Letter from granddaughter Magarete stated William was a grave digger at the Hamilton Cemetery.No employment records at the cemetery from that time are available.
Death Certificate, OH, Butler Co., Hamilton.Lived at 448 Bingham St.Grandson Albert Maynard gave the information, most of it missing.He died of acute mycarditis insufficiency.Dr.Merle Flanner signed the death certificate.
O. W. Goth, Co, Hamilton, handled the funeral.
Burial, Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton, Butler Co., OH, Section U, Lot 23.Undertaker was Goth.He was buried 26 March, 1920.Cause of death was myocarditis.The grave was unmarked until 1995 when his greatgrandson, L. W. Maynard of Hampton, VA, petitioned the US government for a headstone.
Cemetery lot number, 40122.(Information sent by Paul Hurm, Hamilton, OH 45012, on 5 March, 1992.)
Obituary, Hamilton, Butler Co., OH.Wed. March 20, 1920.
Great granddaughter Martha Maynard Braithwaite, said William visited his family in Barnum, Mineral Co., WV.She has a photograph of an elderly man she identified as William in her home.A copy is in the researcher's file.