The Maybury Photo Archive is a growing collection of photos from various branches of the Maybury family. Our purpose is to preserve these photos electronically so they will be available for future generations. Hundreds of old photos are included and more are being added all the time.
If you have pictures Mayburys/Mayberrys/Mabrys from earlier generations, please read the paragraph at the bottom of this page to see how you can add a copy of your photo to the archive. We are primarily interested in pictures taken before 1900.
Pictures are arranged by major branches of the family. Click on the link for the branch of the family you are looking for:Mayburys of County Kerry, Ireland Mayburys of County Londonderry, Northern Ireland Mayburys of England and Wales The Mayburys of Surry County, Virginia (Francis Maybury and Elizabeth Gilliam):To view the pictures, click on the link next to the description. Some of the files are large and may take a bit longer to load.
- Descendants of Hinchia2 Mabry (Francis1)
- Descendants of Charles2 Mabry (Francis1)
- Descendants of George2 Mabry (Francis1)
- Descendants of Francis2 Mabry (Francis1)
The Mayberrys of Bedford County, Virginia
- Mayberrys of Lawrence County, Pennsylvania
- Mayburys of Mercer County, Pennsylvania
- Unidentified Mayberrys/Mayburys of of Early Pennsylvania
James Washington Mayberry of Chambers County, Alabama
To copy a picture, right click the picture and save to your own computer.
Do you have an old family picture
to add to the Maybury Photo Archive?
If you have an old Mabry family photo(s) why not place a copy in the Mabry Photo Archive so it will be preserved and available for future generations? We are especially interested in pictures taken before about 1900 (or shortly thereafter). Here are several ways to do it:
- Scan the picture to a JPEG or GIF file and send it to Don Collins by e-mail or on a disk.
- Go to your local copy store and have them make a a high quality color laser copy of the picture. Even though the original is black and white, the copy will be much better if done on a color copier. This is the easiest method and costs only about $2.
For more information send a message to Don Collins