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There are a number of variations of the spelling of Mayfield in the various Mayfield families including
Mayville, Maifield, and others.
The name Mayfield is a name that refers to either the village of Mayfield in Staffordshire, England or the village of Mayfield in
The Staffordshire location was referred to as Medevelde in the Domeday Book of 1086. By 1180, the same town
was now known as Matherfelde. The Sussex location was first known as Magefeud in 1199.
Most of the Mayfield settlers in the United States came from England or Wales. The earliest documented Mayfield in our family is
William Mayfield who was born about 1605 in England. Our line of descendants from William Mayfield
may be seen here. Others in our Mayfield family trace their ancestry back to Germany to the Meyfeldt Castle
which was located near Berlin, Germany.
Our closest Mayfield relative is Mary Ann Mayfield who married
Peter Winchester Grindstaff.
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