- 1565 - John Meberie, hammerman, was our common ancestor
- - - - Records spell his name at least nine ways during his own lifetime
- 1565-1700 - Early Maybury generations in England
- - - - Sussex, Shropshire, Monmothshire, Worcestershire & HerefordshireNew branches of the family emerge as Mayburys
emigrate to Ireland, America, Australia and South Africa
- 1627 - The Mayburys of Lancashire and Londonderry
- - - - to Lancasire in 1627; then to northern Ireland in 1657
- 1671 - The Mayburys of County Kerry, Ireland
- - - - three Maybury hammermen arrive in southwest Ireland about 1671
- c1675 - The Mayburys of Surry County, Virginia
- - - - Francis Maybury marries Elizabeth Gilliam in 1685
- 1716 - Mayburys arrive in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
- - - - Maybury iron workers active in PA, NJ, MD and VA
- 1735 - The Mayberrys of Windham, Maine
- - - - Descendants of the Lancashire/Londonderry Mayberrys
- c1765 - Frederick Mayberry in Bedford County, Virginia
- - - - in NJ about 1750; ancestors either from England or Germany
- 1775 - Mayburys to the United States and Canada
- - - - Many more Maybury immigrants after the American Revolution
- 1828 - Mayburys in Australia and New Zealand
- - - - many transported as convicts from England
- c1850 - An early Maybery family in South Africa
- - - - First known Maybery family in South Africa
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