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Maxwell - James Alexander - WWII

Source: Lafayette Journal and Courier 6 Nov 1994 Sun p 12

James Alexander Maxwell, 77 of 1020 Lilly Road died at 3 a.m. Saturday Nov 5 his home. He had been in ill health for the past year. Mr. Maxwell was a truck driver for 32 1/2 years. He worked for JA Grant & Son and was last employed at Briggs Transportation, retiring in December 1976.  Born Jan 9, 1917 in Garfield, he lived in Lafayette most of his life. He married Helen L. moore June 2, 1984 in Lafayette and she survives. Mr. Maxwell was an Army veteran serving from 1945 until July 1946. He was a life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1154 and American Legion Post 439 in Colfax and member of Eagles Lodge 976 in Frankfort and Teamsters Union Local 543.  Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. William (Betty) Glover of Rossville and Mrs. Darrell (Karen) Kinman of Lafayette; a son, Richard A. Maxwell of Lafayette; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Ronald (Dianna) Cheesman of Battle Ground; a stepson, Charles W. Moore of Rob Roy; four sisters, Mrs. lester (Doris) Ellis of Brownstown, Mrs. Warner (Norma) Lane of Anderson; Mrs. Catherine Harwood and Mrs. Carolyn Hunt, both of Crawfordsville and two brothers, Donald L. Maxwell of Colfax and Darrell Maxwell of Darlington - transcribed by kbz
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