Rose Alberta (Maxwell) Gardner Pedigree

(Start at generation 6, below.)



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Origin of the surname “Maxwell:”







7   William Henry Maxwell


1. Biographical notes:


Born .  Died 1929 at Manchester, Kingsbury County, South Dakota; interred there in the Manchester Cemetery.  Initially employed as a farmer in Missouri.  About 1881 moved his family to Grinnell, Iowa.  In 1884 moved to a farm homestead near Ree Heights, South Dakota.  In 1910 moved to Manchester, South Dakota, where he and his daughter, May operated a store.


2. Wife: Elizabeth M. Lennox


Born 4 January 1853 at Humansville, Polk County, Missouri.  Died Monday, 9 January 1939 (age 86 years, 5 days), in the Order of Eastern Star Home, Redfield, Spink County, South Dakota; interred Manchester Cemetery, Manchester, Kingsbury County, South Dakota.  Married William Henry Maxwell on 21 May 1871.  Following William's death in 1929, Elizabeth resided with two daughters until late 1938, when she moved to the Order of Easter Star Home at Redfield, South Dakota.


3. Children: (order uncertain)


a. Anna May Maxwell "May": Died 1935 at Manchester, South Dakota; interred there in Manchester Cemetery with her parents.


b. Rose Alberta Maxwell: See generation 6, below.


c. William Thomas Maxwell "Tom": In 1939 resided at Wolsey, South Dakota.


d. Bessie B. Maxwell.


e. Jesse "Jess" Lee Maxwell: Died before 1939.


f. Grace Avina Maxwell.


6   Rose Alberta Maxwell:


Born 29 April 1875 in Missouri.  Died 30 March 1960 at Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona.  Married Newman Arthur Gardner, paragraph C.6.b.(4. of generation 6 of the Gardner Annex on .



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