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Elizabeth S. Maxwell



Elizabeth cash-claimed a quarter in 11, 2N 48W in 1890 - along with a group of cash-claimants.

LESS LIKELY
Robert Samuel Maxwell (1835-1902) and Elizabeth Akin Maxwell 1849-1889 # 48836318 are buried in Taylor County, Iowa.

December 28, 1961

MORE LIKELY
Samuel D. Maxwell 1805-1872 buried in Adams County, Iowa # 39229859, with Jane 1813-1898, had daughter Elizabeth 1837-1913 that never married.

Elizabeth Maxwell of Lenox, Taylor County, Iowa made a will in 1911, she bequeathed her estate to sisters Sarah E. Anderson, Martha A. Masteller and brother Benjamin N. Maxwell.
This one was with Samuel D. Maxwell 55 and Jane 46 in 1860 Harrison County, Ohio.

Elizabeth was 23, David 20, Henry C. 19, Mary 16, Benjamin 12, Sarah E. 9, and Martha A. 7.

David's widow Alice F. Maxwell was in Lamar, Colorado in 1900.

Sarah Ellen Anderson 1850-1931 was in Rooks County, Kansas in 1880, with husband J.R. ANderson.
They didn't stay in Kansas long, because they're back in Taylor County Iowa in 1900, with four kids all born in Iowa.

Mrs. J. C. Masteller was born near Cadiz, Harrison Co., Ohio, April 21, 1853. Her maiden name was Martha Agnes Maxwell. At the age of twelve years, in1865 she with her parents left Ohio and came to Crawfordsville, Iowa which was their home until 1872 in which year the Maxwell family moved to Adams county and settled near Prescott, la.
On April 6, 1876, Miss Martha Maxwell became the wife of Mr. James Curtis Masteller, who was living then in that community between Kent and Prescott, la. In 1901 they moved to Creston, and for the past 14 years they have lived a quiet and happy retired life in their home at 226 Myrtle St., west Creston.
For the past year and more Mrs. Masteller has been in failing health. Last fall a visit was made to Excelsior Springs with the hope of recovery but realizing no benefit they returned home. Her sickness which proved to be Pernicious Anemia, finally worked its course so that after six or eight weeks of serious illness she passed away at 1:30 o’clock Tuesday morning, May 11, 1915, aged 62 years and 20 days.
Mrs. Mastellar was a good woman, loved by all who knew her. In early life she confessed Christ as her Saviour and was a life long member of the Presbyterian church. Many friends of the Adams congregation will remember her devotion to her church in days gone by. While living in Creston, Mrs Mastellar was most faithful in church attendance, a willing and consecrated worker in all things of the Kingdom.
Besides many friends who mourn her loss are her husband, Mr. J. C. Mustellar, one brother, Mr. B. N. Maxwell of Des Moines and Mrs. Sarah E. Anderson of Lenox, Iowa. For these sorrowing ones a host of friends have deepest sympathy.
The funeral services will be held at the United Presbyterian church at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. L. McCreight, and interment will take place at Graceland cemetery. Creston Plain Dealer (May 12.)

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday May 20, 1915


ANOTHER POSSIBLE
Saphronia Elizabeth (Maxwell) Leake Adams was the daughter of William B. Maxwell and Mary Ann (McConnell) Maxwell Harris Chadwick Rudd. She was married twice. Her first husband was Chesley Franklin Leake (1836-1864), and their children were Rosella Minnesota Leake and John Butterworth Leake. Her second husband was James C. Adams, and their children were Daniel C. Adams and Anna M. Adams.

ANOTHER UNLIKELY

Elizabeth Maxwell 1865-1902, wife of Thomas Maxwell. They're in Richardson County, Nebraska in 1900, farming. Elizabeth was born in Nebraska in April 1865, father in Virginia, mother in Texas, so she travelled .. Clarence Sept 1884, Ester Feb 1889, and Grace Feb 1895 were all born in Nebraska, so she wouldn't have much time to pursue a claim.
Grace Emma Roth was born Feb 19, 1894 in Falls City, Nebraska to Thomas Maxwell and Elizabeth Budd, dying Dec 5, 1990.
This one was, per one tree, Elizabeth Angeline Maxwell.


ANOTHER POSSIBLE

Elizabeth S. Maxwell 1836-1903 buried in Atchison County, Missouri, daughter of George I. Maxwell 1799-1848 and Elizabeth (Small) Maxwell of Washington County, New York.


IF ANYONE HAS INFORMATION ABOUT THE YUMA COUNTY ELIZABETH, PLEASE LET US KNOW.

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