A ONE-NAME STUDY OF MAULE AND VARIANT FAMILY NAMES.
All references to Maule include familes with phonetically similar names: e.g. Maul, Maull, Maulle, Mawl, Mawle: and names from which some Maule families are believed to be descended: e.g. de Mauley and possibly de Molle.
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INTRODUCTION TO MAULE FAMILY HISTORY
These pages were previously included in the Maule Family History site. Unfortunately, I am no longer able to maintain that site because of illness. However, Jim has very kindly offered to archive these pages within the Maule Genealogy Home Pages.
My grateful thanks to Jim and to all the other Maule researchers listed below who have assisted me over the years and who have added so much to our present knowledge of the various branches of the family by their generous contribution of own researches and/or documents.
From the published resources, the most useful have been:-
'Registrum de Panmure' by Hon. Harry Maule of Kellie. A. D. 1733.
Ed. by John Stuart. Pub. 1874.
'The History and Genealogy of the Maules' by James Edward Maule, Pub.1981.
'The Maules of King's Sutton and Other Families' by John P. Maule and G. M. Barnes. Pub.1990.
'John Maull (1714-1753) of Lewes, Delaware. A Genealogy of his descendants in all Branches' by Baldwin Maull. Pub. 1941.
"The Palatine Families of New York: A Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710." by Henry Z. Jones, Jr., Universal City, California. Pub. 1985.
"History of the Moul's or Maul's Family, York, Pennsylvania. Pub. 1932.
Unpublished researches have been made available to me by:-
Martin and Glynis Maule of Clwyd, Wales
Pat Maule of Ontario, Canada
David Maule of Germany
Sandra (nee Maule) of Gloucestershire, England
Mark Boon in Australia
Ian Maule in Bermuda
Leah (nee Maule) in New Zealand
Marilyn (nee Maul) in Australia
Kieran Maule in Mexico
Ian Maule of London, England
Pauline (a Maule descendant) of Durham, England
Allan Maule of Cornwall, England
Rev. P. Hall of Staffordshire, England
Stephen Maul in America
Shirley Baker in Australia
Carol Harrison of York, England
David Maule Wingate in Arizona, USA
Kathy McCombs in New Zealand
Ed Stevenson in New Jersey, USA
Cyril Walker in New Zealand
Andrew Maule of Wiltshire, England
Donald Maule in Canada
Samantha Maule Balbueno in Brazil
Judy Hopkins in Australia
Pat Hall (a Maule descendant) in Australia
Ruth Daniels of Swindon, Wiltshire, England
Jean Lethbridge (nee Maule) of Devon, England
Rosamund (nee Maull) in Victoria, Australia
Louise Dixon in Australia
Iain Alexander Maule of Cheshire, England
Ed Swindell of Virginia, USA
Pamela J. Sears in America
Mikael Landberg in Sweden
Robert Mawley in New Zealand
Rose A. Maul of U.S.A
Lee Gowers of Ontario, CAN
Madonna Hall of Australia
CONTENTS OF THE OTHER PAGES IN THIS SECTION
I have used the standard Chapman Codes for all counties in Great Britain and Eire, the ISO3166 three-letter codes for countries. These, the codes for American and Australian States, for Canadian Provinces and a key to the other abbreviations that I have used in family trees and records are given on this page.
This page gives a brief history of some of the Maule families and their movement to various countries around the world.
A description and outline of the history of the town from which the main Maule families of France and Scotland originated and from which they took their name.
A short history and a Family Tree of the Lords of Maule in France, the Earls of Panmure in Scotland, Maules in the family of the Earls of Dalhousie and the de Mauley family of Mulgrave Castle in Yorkshire. Extra biographical notes on some members of these families are linked directly from the family trees.
Some biographies of outstanding and/or interesting members of Maule families.
COATS OF ARMS
Description and some drawings of the arms of the French and Scottish Maule families and individuals. The connection which has been established between the de Mauley family and some English Maule families, through their coats of arms, is also demonstrated.
A table showing the ancestor, name changes, place of origin and later movement of the branches of the 78 Maule families of three or more generations which have been researched up to March 2000.
A look at the various forms which the Maule name has taken and an analysis of the frequency of the occurence of these variants in English and Scottish records.
EARLY ENGLISH RECORDS
My own collection of early Maule records in England from 1200 to 1600. These give a good idea of the spelling variations of the name used in the records of this country.
Links to various internet genealogical sites with Maule information which may be of use to researchers.
These links were all working in March 2000.
An archive of all messages that were posted to the 'Message Board' at the Maule Family History site, from the time the Message Board was launched in June 1998 until it was closed in August 1999.
© Copyright 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Brian A. Maule.
All rights reserved.
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