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The Maybury Family
Maybury . . . Mayberry . . . Maberry . . . Mabrey . . . Mabery . . . Mabry . . . Maybry . . . Mabree . . . Mabra . . . Mabray . . . Maybery . . . Maybray . . . Mayburry . . . Mabury . . . Mabary . . . Mabrie . . . Meberie . . . Maberye . . . Maybrey . . . Maebry . . . Maybray . . . Maybary . . . Mabire . . . Mabarry . . . Mabre . . . Mayborough . . . Mayburey . . . Maybowrie . . . Mayberrie . . Maburry . . . and 87 more spellings, all found in original records!
Beginning with a family of
skilled iron workers in Elizabethan England


Hammer Forge drawing by J. Lewis

Earliest known Maybury ancestors lived in Sussex, England
New branches of the Maybury family appear
in Ireland, America, Australia and South Africa


Books About
The Maybury Family
The Maybury DNA Project

Tracing the Maybury family DNA signature
through many generations

  • The Mayburys published in 2011
  • Ten other books about the family
  • About the Maybury DNA Project
  • Latest DNA Project Report
  • The Mayburys of
    Surry County, Virginia

    Francis Maybury and Elizabeth Gilliam
    and their descendants
    Mayburys yet to be identified

    How do these individuals
    connect to the larger family?
  • Francis Maybury and Elizabeth Gilliam
  • Important error about Francis Maybury
  • Was Margery Gilliam a Henshaw?
  • Male descendants through six generations
  • Southside Virginia Genealogies
  • The Mabry Mill in Virginia
  • Buford Mabry, Southern Storyteller
  • Knoxville's Mabry-Hazen House
  • Diary of Lewis Mabry's business trip
  • Are Mabrys related to Pocahontas?
  • Journal of John Mabry (1764-1845)
  • Randolph Mabry, born 1774 VA
  • The Mabrys of Abbeville County SC
  • Delilah Mabry of Abbeville County, SC
  • Reuben Langdon Mabry of SC
  • The Mayburys of Bucks County PA
  • John Mayberry of Mercer County, PA
  • Charles Mayberry of Hunterdon Co NJ
  • The Mabrys of Sumner County, TN
  • Francis Maybury in early eastern TN
  • Rezin Mabry of SC, AL and LA
  • James Washington Mayberry of AL
  • John Mayberry of Sussex County, NJ
  • The Maybury Photo Archive
    Photos from many branches of the family
    African American
    Mayburys
  • Downloadable early Maybury photos
  • African-American research
  • Mabry family slave records
  • Interviews of former slaves
  • New research since publication of
    The Mayburys
    Mayburys in
    American Wars
  • The Early Maybury family in Sussex
  • County Kerry Mayburys
  • William Mabury of Currabeg
  • Pennsylvania Mayburys
  • The American Revolution
  • The War of 1812
  • The Civil War
  • Civil War Letters and stories
  • Miscellaneous information
    about the Mayburys
    Other Resources
    for Genealogy
  • A Maybury family timeline
  • 117 ways to spell Maybury!
  • How does YOUR family spell it?
  • The Maybury Family Newsletter (1995-2011)
  • Earlier Mayburys in America?
  • Miscellaneous Records by State
  • An early family in Wales
  • Start tracing your ancestors
  • Genealogy resources on the web
  • How do you relate to others?
  • Mabry Family reunions each year
  • Birthmark is common but not unique
  • Beware of "Family History" scams
  • About Don Collins and
    the Maybury Family web page
    FAQ
  • About Don Collins and the Maybury page
  • Frequently asked questions




  • The definitive book
    on the Maybury family

    The Mayburys culminates sixty years
    of research into the origins, history
    and spread of the Maybury family.

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    plus 1,095 more pages on a CD

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