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Joyce Cathrine (Carter) Mayfield

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Joyce Cathrine (Carter) Mayfield
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Her maiden name is Carter and she married into the Mayfield family. According to her family tree, Joyce was mother to 2 children. Joyce's partner was Joseph N Madercic, and they had children Nicholas J Madercic and Patricia Joyce (Madercic) Dozier. Joyce Cathrine (Carter) Mayfield died in Hanahan, South Carolina United States.
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Updated: November 2, 2019
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Joyce Mayfield died in Hanahan, Berkeley County, South Carolina United States
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Joyce Cathrine (Carter) Mayfield, mother to 2 children, passed away in Hanahan, South Carolina United States. According to her family tree, Joyce's partner was Joseph N Madercic, and they had children Nicholas J Madercic and Patricia Joyce (Madercic) Dozier.
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