Norman/Maxwell Family

Mary Ann White

Name
Mary Ann White
Given names
Mary Ann
Surname
White
MarriageIsaac G. MaxwellView this family
April 30, 1843

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Death of a husbandIsaac G. Maxwell
July 3, 1868
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Burial of a husbandIsaac G. Maxwell
July 5, 1868
Address: First Baptist Church Cemetery
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Note:

The Daily Advertiser Local Intelligence. Montgomery, Friday Evening, July 3, 1868

A Sad Affair. -- A difficulty of some sort arose yesterday afternoon between a son of Mr. Isaac Maxwell, our city Marshall, and Mr. Dwynn, who lives in the Capital. Young Maxwell is a clerk in the post office, and is an excellent young man, and Mr. Dwynn, as far as we have heard, was a possible good citizen. Last night about 11, young Dwynn called at the house of Marshall Maxwell, it is supposed for young Maxwell. Marshall Maxwell was in bed, but went out and was immediately shot, one ball entering just above the navel, and one ball in the right shoulder. The pistol was so close to him, that his clothes were burnt. Both of the Dwynns are in prison. Marshal Maxwell is universally popular in Montgomery, and is one of our most upright citizens. He is in a most critical condition, but the whole city hopes that his life may be spared.

-- The Daily Advertiser Local Intelligence. Montgomery, Monday Evening, July 6, 1868

Funeral of Mr. Maxwell. -- The large concourse of citizens who assembled in the First Baptist Church on yesterday, to witness the funeral services of the late City Marshall, and subsequently accompanied the remains to the grave, was an impressive recognition of the greatest esteem felt for him by the people of Montgomery and surrounding country. He commenced life in poverty and with but few friends; but by untiring energy and scrupulous honesty in all business and public transactions, he gradually accumulated a competency, and at the same time obtained the confidence and respect of the entire community. The circumstances of his sudden death were indeed lamentable. But his family have the satisfaction to know that he was blameless in the affair throughout, and that his deathbed was attended with the sincere sorrow of all who knew him when in public or private station. Mr. Maxwell was exceedingly charitable in his disposition, and many a poor person in the city profited by his generosity. The Society of Masons participated in the funeral ceremonies, and imparted additional interest to the occasion. Peace to his ashes, and green be the turf that grows over his grave.

Deathyes

Family with Isaac G. Maxwell - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: April 30, 1843
Isaac G. Maxwell + Rebecca Helton - View this family
husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: July 12, 1848Monroe County, Alabama
11 months
step-son
4 years
step-daughter
3 years
step-son
3 years
step-daughter
Mary Elizabeth Maxwell
Birth: February 25, 1858 34 32
Death: August 18, 1859Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama, United States
3 years
step-daughter
Martha Ann Maxwell
Birth: before July 2, 1861 37 35
Death: July 2, 1863Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama, United States
3 years
step-daughter