I am trying to find the parents of Mary Ann (or Elizabeth) Martindale who was born about 6-11-1842/1844 in Chatham (or Moore) County, NC and died 5-10-1901 in Durham, NC.From the Record in Chatham Marriage Register: Marriage Book No. 1, Page 81: Josiah Mann (should be Manr) to Moriah Martindale, 10-25-1860, Z.A. Boroughs, JP. Joseph Maynor (Maner, Mainer) was born 6-11-1842 in Chatham County to William and Chloe Phillips Maynor (many variant spellings)and died in 1917 in Durham, NC.Joseph served in the Confederate Army (44th Infantry, Co. E "Chatham County Turtle Paws") along with his brother, William Judson Maynor.Their sister, Thenia Maness (Maner/Maynor) married Martin D. Davis of Moore County. Joseph and Mary Ann's obits are shown below.Any info or leads would be appreciated!Sandy
HERALD-SUN NEWSPAPER DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA May 11, 1901 Mrs. Maynor Dead She Died at Her Home on Randolph Street Late Yesterday Afternoon
Mrs. Mary E. Maynor, wife of Joseph Maynor, died at her home on Randolph Street, about 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. She was stricken with paralysis some time ago and added to this she was suffering with a complication of diseases. These caused her death.
The deceased was probably little more than fifty years of age and was well known to the people living in that part of the city. During her sickness she stood her suffering bravely and with patience. She left a husband and eight children, four sons and an equal number of daughters.
The funeral service will be conducted from the residence this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock by W. H. Cunninggim, pastor of Main Street Methodist Church. After the funeral services the remains will be interred in the city cemetery.
The friends of the family sympathize with them in their trouble and sorrow.
DURHAM MORNING HERALD NEWSPAPER DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA July 7, 1917 MR. JOSEPH MAYNOR DIED YESTERDAY Mr. Joseph Maynor died quite suddenly at the home of his daughter, Mrs. George High, yesterday morning.Mr. Maynor was seventy-five years of age, having celebrated his seventh-fifth birthday on June 11.He was a member of the Memorial church. He is survived by eight children:Mrs. A.A. Woods, Mrs. W.H. Leigh, Mrs. George High, Mrs. A. Carden and Mrs. Alfred Pendergrass and Messrs. J.J. Maynor, G.N. Maynor, and W.J. Maynor; one brother, Mr. J. Maynor and one sister, Mrs. Martin Davis. The funeral services will be held at the home of Mrs. A.A. Woods on Peabody street and will be conducted by Rev. Harry M. North.The interment will be made in the Markham cemetery on Holloway road. The pall bearers will be Messrs. John W. Pope, J.R. Pace, Lewis Wilkerson, S.D. Scalf, T.M. Pendergrass and A.M. Stanford.The floral will be representatives of the Webb camp of the confederate veterans, of which he was a member.