Mary Ann Emeline Woolsey (c1846-bef1886)

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Mary Ann Emeline Woolsey was born circa 1846 in Iowa, United States to John Woolsey (1819-1878) and Amanda Melvina Faubion (1825-1900) and died before 1886 in Atchison County, Missouri, United States of unspecified causes. She married Granville Maupin (1843-1928) in Missouri, United States. Ancestors are from the United States, France, Germany, Scotland, England.

Mary was more commonly called Emma.


Offspring of Granville Maupin and Mary Ann Emeline Woolsey (c1846-bef1886)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Charles Lee Maupin (1870-1915) 1870 Missouri, United States 16 August 1915 Nora Anne Knierim (1870-1946)

Emmert S Maupin (1873-1963) 3 November 1873 Atchison County, Missouri, United States September 1963 Arizona, United States Nettie Armina Knierim (1878-1955)

Cora B Maupin (1875-1877)
Mary B Maupin (1878-1939)
Jacob Ayres Maupin (1881-1960) 2 June 1881 Rock Port, Atchison County, Missouri, United States 1960 Lincoln, Nebraska, United States Gertrude E Thorp (c1888)

Public Records

  • 1870 Census - Buchanan Township, Atchison County, Missouri - August 22, 1870 - #85/85
    • Granville Maupin, 26 MO, laborer, $300 personal property
    • Emma Maupin, 24 IA
    • Charles Maupin, 1/12 MO
  • 1876 Census - Atchison County, Missouri
    • 3 horses, 3 mules, 14 cattle, 61 hogs, 2880 bushels of corn, 230 bushels of oats, 165 bushels of barley.
    • Granvill Maupin, 21-45
    • Mary E Maupin, 21-45
    • Charles L Maupin, under 10
    • Emmert Maupin, under 10
    • Cora B Maupin, under 10
  • 1880 Census - Tarkio, Atchison County, Missouri - June 16, 1880 - #106/110
    • Grandil Maupin, 37 MO, farmer
    • Emma Maupin, 36 IA
    • Charles Maupin, 10 MO
    • Emmert Maupin, 7 MO
    • Mary Maupin, 2 MO


Mary was a hard one to find. Most sources I saw said that she married an Earnest Maupin, who I could never find. I finally found a Mary E Maupin in the 1876 census married to a Granvill Maupin. I researched Granvill and all I could find was information on his 2nd wife. The breakthrough came when I found Jacob Maupin in the 1925 census that listed his parents as Granvill Maupin and Mary Woolsey, which was backed up when I found Jacob's obituary. - Will

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