Person:Paul Maize (1)

Paul Henry Maize
m. abt 1911
  1. Paul Henry Maize1912 - 1943
  2. Henry George Maize1924 - 1974
m. 17 Apr 1930
m. 4 Jul 1941
Facts and Events
Name Paul Henry Maize
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 23 Apr 1912 Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri
Marriage 17 Apr 1930 Adair County, Missouri(his 1st wife, her 1st husband; divorced; no issue)
to Mary Thelma Lacore
Marriage 4 Jul 1941 Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri(his 2nd wife; no issue)
to Esther Thompson
Death[1][2] 29 Oct 1943 Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri(of "gunshot wound by his own hand")
Burial[1][2] Highland Park Cemetery, Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Find A Grave.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Missouri, United States. Death Certificates. (Missouri State Archives)
    No. 3760.
  3. Adair, Missouri, United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule
    ED 6, . 6A, dwelling/family 132/172 (715 First St).
  4.   United States. World War II Draft Registration Cards
    16 Oct 1940.

    Name: Maize Paul Henry
    Address: Route 3, Kirksville, Adair Co., Mo.
    Born: 23 Apr 1912 (28 yrs) Kirksville, Mo.
    Person Who Will Always Know Your Address: Mrs. Millie Maize ("Mother") [same address]
    Employer: "Self - Farmer" [same address]
    Description: 5' 8", 155 lbs, hazel eyes, black hair, ruddy complexion, "scar on right arm over bicep."

  5.   Obituary, unknown newspaper.


    Paul Henry Maize, who took his own life last Friday at his home in Kirksville, was buried Monday afternoon. Funeral services were held at the Dee Riley funeral home in charge of the Rev. L. V. Freeman. Burial was in Highland Park Cemetery.

    Maize had joined the Navy Friday afternoon, and went to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eph Maize in Kirksville, paid his mother some money he had borrowed from her, and took a .22 rifle and shot himself in a room adjoining one where his father was sitting. He shot himself in the head. He was take to a Kirksville hospital where he lived two hours.

    He was born in Kirksville in 1912. He attended the public schools and was later employed by the Wabash railroad.

    He was married to Miss. Thelma M. Lacore on April 17, 1930, and they were divorced. On July 4, 1941, he was married to Miss Esther Thompson. Surviving besides his parents and widow, are one brother, Cpl. Henry George Maize who is stationed at Camp Robinson, Ark., a nephew, seven uncles and two aunts, and 25 cousins.