Maule Family Chart 37: The Descendants of ----- Maul of Germany (?1835-1902)

Meaning of Symbols:
      died young, before age 18, no children
      reached adulthood, no children, whether or not married
      had children
      unknown if had children, whether or not married
      The two people marked with this symbol married each other.
      The two people marked with this symbol married each other.
          and so on. Children outlined under father.

   1. This format is a variation of one I saw on the Foulke Family Website.
   2. This is an outline, thus years rather than full dates are provided.
   3. This is an outline, thus marriage information (spouse name, date, etc.) is not provided.
   4. To maintain manageable chart size, descendants not surnamed Maule are not shown.
   5. No attempt is made to identify which spouse is the parent of which children.
   6. Individuals born after 1900 are not shown unless it is known they are deceased.
   7. This arrangement is based on information gathered by Brian Maule,
         and compiled by Brian into Maule Family Tree 37.

If you trace back to an individual in this chart, please share with me (see email address at bottom of page) the
genealogical information on that individual's descendants. Just as we benefit from the generosity of those who
provided the information in this chart, so, too, will others benefit from our generosity if we update the chart
when we have the information permitting us to do so. It's the least any of us can do. Thank you. --Jim

----- Maul of Germany (?1835-?)
John Ludwig Maul (?1855-?) went to U.S.
Julia Maul (1889-?)
Franklin Maul of Delaware (1891-?)
Harry Maul of Delaware (1898-?)
August Maul (?1858-?)
Johann Maul (1861-?)
Emelia Maul (?1865-?)
John George Maul (1871-1936) went to U.S.

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