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Mayfield, New Zealand
... There are two places in New Zealand called Mayfield Mayfield, Canterbury, a settlement in Canterbury Mayfield, Marlborough, a suburb of Blenheim ...
Smokey Mayfield - Extended Family
... In 1951, Smokey Mayfield married the former Mary Keenum (born August 5, 1934), originally from Hale Center in Hale County ... Mayfield died of a heart attack at home after fighting a long battle against neuropathy ... to Mary, he was survived by two sons, James Clinton "Clint" Mayfield (born February 28, 1952), a United States Postal Service employee in Amarillo, and wife Eileen N ...
Smokey Mayfield
... Arlie Vincent Mayfield, I (June 20, 1924 – September 11, 2008), known as Smokey Mayfield, was a ranch supervisor in the Texas Panhandle and a bluegrass musician ... In the late 1940s, Mayfield and his brothers played warmup for Tennessee Ernie Ford, Maddox Brothers and Rose, Hank Snow, and other country singers ... Mayfield was born to William Fletcher Mayfield (died 1952) and the former Penelope Drake (died 1937) in rural Dawn in Deaf Smith County southwest of Amarillo ...
Smokey Mayfield - Mayfield's Legacy
... On May 6, 1989, Smokey and Herb Mayfield were honored by South Plains College, a community college in Levelland, the seat of Hockley County west of Lubbock, as "Pioneers of Bluegrass Music in the South Plains ... Edd’s son, Fred Mayfield, joined his uncles for the occasion ... The Mayfields are also honored through the Mayfield Bluegrass Scholarship at South Plains College, 1401 S ...
Shelley Mayfield
... Shelley Mayfield (June 19, 1924 – March 22, 2010) was an American golf course architect and professional golfer who played on the PGA Tour in the 1950s ... Mayfield was born in Liberty, Texas in the greater Houston area and grew up in Seguin near San Antonio ... Mayfield became a golf professional at the age of 24 ...