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Mauney Name Study

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Surname/tag: Mauney
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This profile is part of the Mauney Name Study.

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I started this page in conjunction with my Burke County, N.C. One Place Study since there was no Mauney Name Study in progress. I would love to turn this over to someone who actually has Mauney as one of their surnames of research.

Below are a couple of links to variations on the origin of the surname Linglefelt including some famous folks with the last name. Please note that I am in no way endorsing the paid sites. I just found the information on them interesting.

Ancestry's Entry for the Origin of the surname Mauney

House of Names' Entry for the Origin of the surname Mauney

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I definitely would like to help expand this. I have several Mauney/Many/Manni/Mohney ancestors. The earliest ancestor I have with records is Hans Jacob Mauney. There is a Three Mauney Families document on Ancestry that I plan to go through. It was a document compiled in the 1960s and is 177 pages long.
posted by Colleen Jousma