Person:William Maxwell (34)

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William Clark Maxwell
b.15 AUG 1838 Wayne County, Indiana
  1. James Maxwell
  2. William Clark Maxwell1838 - 1905
m. 28 AUG 1863
  1. Kitty Clair Maxwell1865 - 1889
  2. Thomas Lytle Maxwell1868 - 1937
  3. Wesley James Maxwell1870 - 1938
  4. Nettie May Maxwell1873 - Bef 1888
  5. Lola Grace Maxwell1875 - 1950
  6. Sadie Lauruze Maxwell1878 - Abt 1895
Facts and Events
Name[1] William Clark Maxwell
Gender Male
Birth[2] 15 AUG 1838 Wayne County, Indiana
Military[2] BET 20 APR AND 30 JUL 1861 served in Company H, the 9th Indiana Infantry in the Civil War
Marriage 28 AUG 1863 Lake County, Indianato Elizabeth Hester Lytle
Residence[4] 1870 Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska, United States
Residence? 1880 Redbud Precinct, Webster County, Nebraska
Occupation[5] 1880 Farmer
Residence[6] 1900 Chesterton, Porter, Indiana, United Statesliving with his son's family
Residence[2] 1905 East Chicago, Lake, Indiana, United States
Death? 25 MAR 1905 East Chicago, Lake, Indiana, United Stateshis home
Burial[3][1] 27 MAR 1905 Chesterton Cemetery, Chesterton, IndianaSection G1
Funeral[2] Chesterton M.E. church, Chesterton, Indiana
Occupation[2][1] in the ice business associated with the Lytle Ice Company of Valparaiso

William (Clark) Maxwell, age 23, served in Company H, 9th Regiment of Indiana Volunteer Infantry from April 20, 1861 to July 30, 1861. The regiment, committed to a three-month duty tour, was ordered to West Virginia May 29 and attached to Kelly's West Virginia command until July with action at Philippi on June 3. Additional action in which the Regiment was engaged: Laurel Hill July 7-8; Bealington July 10; Carrick's Ford July 12-14; pursuit of Garnett's forces July 14-17. The regiment was mustered out August 2, 1861. (Source: e-mail from his great-grandson, Richard Peterson)

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Obituary for William Maxwell in Chesterton Tribune, Chesterton, Indiana, Mar 30, 1905.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Obituary for William Maxwell, Chesterton Tribune, 30 March 1905.
  3. Chesterton, Indiana, cemetery records.
  4. Washington, Nebraska, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  5. Webster, Nebraska, United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Redbud Precinct

  6. Porter, Indiana, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication T623).

    Chesterton