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This page documents the descendents of Scotch-Irish Presbyterian brothers Thomas, Andrew and James MAYES whom were born in the north of Ireland about 1700 and immigrated to Landcaster County, Pennsylvania in the early 1700's. Their father James MAYES died in Lancaster County intestate in 1733. His son Andrew was made executor of the estate which was inventoried and disbursed in 1734. The page is still (November1, 2004) under construction.
Descendents of Thomas, Andrew and James Mayes
Updated November 1, 2004

Ray Norman Evans
107 Amanda Place
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
United States
865-483-3246
RNEJR@AOL.COM

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