|Death: ||Jan., 1861|
It is easy to confuse this William H. Maynor with his nephew, son of John D. Maynor. Both William H. Maynors were living in Russell County, Alabama, in 1860, and both had wives named Elizabeth. This William H. Maynor was the son of Henry and Jane Oliver Washington Maynor.
The house that William and Elizabeth built in the early 1840s when they moved to Alabama from Harris County, Georgia, is still standing. It is between Crawford and Opelika in what was still part of Russell County at the time of William's death but was in Lee County by the time of Elizabeth's death. (Lee County was formed in 1866 from parts of several counties.)
William and Elizabeth had eleven children: Maria Jane Maynor Blalock, Alethia Ann Maynor McIntyre King, James T.F. Maynor, Elizabeth Maynor Preddy, William D. Maynor, Marshall Wilborn Maynor, Missouri Clara Maynor Dunn, Laban Franklin Maynor, Asa Henry Maynor, Ann Eliza (Fannie) Maynor White, Catherine Amanda Maynor Dunn.
Elizabeth Cox Maynor (1802 - 1886)*
Asa Henry Maynor (____ - 1902)*
William D. Maynor (1836 - 1851)*
Marshall Wilborn Maynor (1838 - 1919)*
Laban F. Maynor (1842 - 1863)*
Fannie C. Maynor White (1843 - 1914)*
Catherine Amanda Maynor Dunn (1849 - 1912)*
Pleasant Grove Cemetery
Salem (Lee County)
Created by: NatalieMaynor
Record added: Jun 02, 2005
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The fact your house is still standing is a fine testament to the quality of work you put into building your home. You must be very pleased William, and hopefully you are enjoying endless days of great satisfaction. Peace and joy to you on this beautiful s...(Read more)|
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