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Family Sheet

Name: John Riley Mauldin Note Born: 9 Jun 1880 at Pickens Co., , , SC Married: Died: 17 Jun 1948 at Greenville, , , SC Other Spouses: Catherine Stephens
Father: Benjamin Pierce Mauldin Mother: Nannie L Hawkins
Name: Pearl Thacker Born: Died:

1). Individual Mauldin, John County State Pickens Dist., SC Location Pickensville P.O. Page 163 Year 1860 U.S. Census 1900 T1070 Roll 78, U.S. Soundex M 410 416 thru M 460 Johnnat Vol 47, ED 120, sheet 6, line 42 John R. Mauldin Date Of Birth June 1879 living alone U.S. Census 1910 T1275 Roll 58, U.S. Soundex M 324 thru M 452 Vol 6, ED 45, sheet 10 J Riley Mauldin Age 29 head of house hold Carline Age 22 wife Furman Age 6 son Addie Age 3 daughter Gladice Age 2 12 daughter OBITUARIES GREENVILLE NEWS JOHN R. MAULDIN RITES TOMORROW Funeral services for John Riley Mauldin, 68, who diedThursdaymorning at his home, 26 Clemson Avenue, woodville Heightsafter sixweeks of illness, well be held Tabor Methodist Church inPickensCounty Saturday Afternoon at 5 o clock. The Rev. J. FrankSpivey,theRev. Paul Kinnett and the Rev. Buford Mann will officiate.Intermentwill be in the adjoining cemetery. He was born and reared in Pickens County and was a son of thelatePierce and Nannie Bagwell Mauldin, Most all his life was spentinGreenville and for some years his home was in the Woodsidecommunitywhere he was engaged in textile work. About three years agohe retiredand moved to his present home. Surviving are his wife, Mrs Pearl Mauldin two sonsBenjaminFurman Mauldin of Areadia and Frank C. Mauldin of Greenville fourdaughters, Addie Mauldin Grogan, Sarah Louise Mauldin Grogan,DollieMauldin Faulkner of Greenville, and Miss Irene Mauldin ofBrooklyn,New York. 14 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Alsosurvivingare one brother, Henry Mauldin of Anderson County threesisters,Mrs Bradley Dillard , Mrs Walker Roper and Mrs Hattie Hudsonall ofPickens County. The body is at the home awaiting the service., Thomas McAfeeandSons, funeral directors.


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