Mary (Stuart) Gaulding was a US Southern Colonist.
According to Dr. Gaulden's book Gaulden...A Seven Hundred Year History.., Alexander Gaulden "son of Anne Stuart and John Gaulden of New Kent Co died Dec. 1752, and James Stuart was given custody of one of his minor children. This would support the assumption that his mother's maiden name was Stuart. Perhaps James Stuart was Anne's brother, thus the court ruled in favor of the great-uncle (James Stuart) rather than the uncle (John Gaulden II)"
The source given for this information is "The Court of Dyer and Terminer in Williamsburg, VA, Library, E69626.8 975.51 N46 SA24, and in "Prince Edward County Court Records, Book 1, p. 115 , March Ct. 1757" as well as in the "Barksdale Family History and Geneology"
"Ann wife of Jno. Gauling dy’d Octo. 27 (1735).
The Gaulden, Gauldin, Gaulding, Family History -- A Seven Hundred Year Study, Volume One, P. 24, By Dr. Charles H. Gaulden, Self Published, April, 1999.
St. Peters Parish Church Register, p.120, New Kent County, VA.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Mary by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Mary: