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The Maybury Family

descending from a dynasty of skilled iron workers in Elizabethan England



Hammer Forge drawing by J. Lewis


Overview: History and Branches of the Maybury Family



The definitive book
on the Maybury family

Published in September 2011,
The Mayburys culminates sixty years
of research into the origins, history
and spread of the Maybury family.


654 pages in the book, plus
1,095 more pages on a compact disk


  • More about the book
  • What readers are saying
  • How to order The Mayburys
  • International orders




  • More resources for Maybury research
    Mayberry, Maberry, Mabry, Mabry, etc.
    Mayburys in America's Wars:
  • The American Revolution
  • The War of 1812
  • The Civil War
  • Civil War Letters and stories
  • Books about the Mayburys
  • Books about the Maybury family
  • The Mayburys published in 2011
  • African American Mayburys
  • Interviews of former slaves
  • African-American research
  • Mabry family slave records
  • Maybury Family Resources
  • How do you relate to other Mabrys?
  • How does YOUR family spell it
  • Some Maybury Descendant Lists
  • Earlier Mayburys in America?
  • Miscellaneous Records by State
  • Mabry Family reunions each year
  • Birthmark is common but not unique


  • General Genealogy Resources
  • Start tracing your ancestors
  • Genealogy resources on the web
  • Relationship chart
  • Mystery Mayburys:
  • Randolph Mabry, born 1774 VA
  • The Mabrys of Abbeville County SC
  • The Mayburys of Bucks County PA
  • The Mabrys of Sumner County, TN
  • Rezin Mabry of SC, AL and LA
  • Delilah Mabry of Abbeville County, SC
  • James Washington Mayberry of AL
  • Francis Maybury in early eastern TN
  • Reuben Langdon Mabry of SC
  • John Mayberry of Mercer County, PA
  • John Mayberry of Sussex County, NJ
  • Charles Mayberry of Hunterdon Co NJ
  • Mayburys of Surry County, Virginia
  • Francis Maybury and Elizabeth Gilliam
  • Important error about Francis Maybury
  • Was Margery Gilliam a Henshaw?
  • 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?
  • Beware of "Family History" scams
  • Journal of John Mabry (1764-1845)
  • Mabrys of Attala County, Mississippi




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    "Time is that quality of nature which keeps events from happening all at once. Lately it doesn't seem to be working."
    . . . . . . . . . . . -- Anonymous



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