I looked at my grandmother's files and opened a can of worms! After several hours of sorting through voluminous correspondence, I can only tell you the following for sure: We only go as far as you do with the Lloyd connection. I have an incomplete family group sheet which mentions Marsden, NC,and Hanover Co., NC on the lines for the daughter married to John Maxedon. My grandmother corresponded with Hazel Titus prior to the publication of her book. She also corresponded back in the '60s and '70s with many descendants of the father of Bailey Moon. One, in particular, lived three miles from the original homestead of Bailey's father in Valeene. She stated in her letter that she had "papers" which show that the Moons (and hence Cynthia Maxedon's husband Bailey) arrived there between 1810 and 1812. All correspondence mentioning the migration between Orange Co., NC and IN states that they first went to TN. William Maxedon settled in McNairy Co., TN, so they may have landed near him. One correspondent claims John Maxedon lived to the age of 106 and that he went to IN to "free his slaves". If he was Quaker, why did he have slaves? Would possibly be worth checking, however. The Moons were Quaker, but still made mash whiskey. I will finish looking this stuff over and let you know if I find anything else that might give you a clue for the time period you mentioned.