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Dr. Thomas John Claggett MADDOX

Dr. Thomas John Claggett MADDOX

Male 1852 - 1885  (33 years)

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  • Name Dr. Thomas John Claggett MADDOX 
    Born 12 Dec 1852  Lappans, Washington, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 19 Dec 1885  ,Socorro, New Mexico Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried Saint Marks Episcopal Church Cemetery, Lappans, Washington, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I7998  Main Tree
    Last Modified 20 Aug 2014 

    Father Dr. Thomas James Notley MADDOX,   b. 3 Apr 1810, Chaptico, St. Mary's, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Mar 1887, Tilghmanton, Washington, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years) 
    Mother Mary Priscilla CLAGGETT,   b. 10 Jun 1815, Rockville, Montgomery, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Jun 1895, Tilghmanton, Washington, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 80 years) 
    Married 9 Nov 1846  ,Baltimore, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F2475  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Maddox Family Window
    Maddox Family Window
    This beautiful Stained Glass
    Window was created in 1882 by
    Dr. Thomas James Notley Maddox
    with his two sons Samuel Maddox
    and Dr. Thomas John Claggett
    Maddox is commemorated along the
    west wall of Christ Church, St.
    Mary’s County Parish, Chaptico,
    Maryland. Samuel Maddox, 1666,
    is the 3rd great grandfather of
    Dr. Thomas James Notley Maddox.
    Maddox Stained Glass  Window
    Maddox Stained Glass Window
    Maddox family of Charles County,
    is commemorated in a stained
    glass window along the west wall
    of Christ Church, St. Mary’s
    County Parish, Chaptico, Maryland.
    Samuel Maddox, 1666, is the 3rd
    great grandfather of Dr. Thomas
    James Notley Maddox.
    Saint Marks Episcopal Church
    Saint Marks Episcopal Church
    Saint Marks Episcopal
    Church Cemetery, Lappans,
    Washington, Maryland

    Headstones
    Thomas J C Maddox 1852-1885
    Thomas J C Maddox 1852-1885
    Dr. Thomas John Claggett Maddox
    Son of Dr. Thomas James
    Notley Maddox and Mary
    Priscilla Claggett Maddox
    Grave Site at W S Ranch
    Cemetery, Catron, New Mexico
    Thomas J C Maddox 1852-1885
    Thomas J C Maddox 1852-1885
    Dr. Thomas John Claggett Maddox
    Son of Dr. Thomas James
    Notley Maddox and Mary
    Priscilla Claggett Maddox

    Histories
    Maddox Family Window 1 of 2
    Maddox Family Window 1 of 2
    History of this beautiful Stained Glass
    Window which was created in 1882, by
    Dr. Thomas James Notley Maddox with
    his two sons Samuel Maddox and Dr.
    Thomas John Claggett Maddox.
    Maddox Family Window 2 of 2
    Maddox Family Window 2 of 2
    History of this beautiful Stained Glass
    Window which was created in 1882, by
    Dr. Thomas James Notley Maddox with
    his two sons Samuel Maddox and Dr.
    Thomas John Claggett Maddox.

  • Notes 
    • The U.S., Registers of Deaths in the Regular Army, 1860-1889
      Lists: Maddox, Thos J C, Lt. and Asst. Surgeon,
      Troop C of the 8th Cavalry
      Death Date: Dec 19, 1885, Camp. near Alma, N.M.
      Gunshot wound through right lung and cranium.
      Killed in action with Apache Indians near White House, N.M.

      Dr. Thomas John Claggett Maddox's body was taken to the W S
      Ranch Cemetery near Alma, New Mexico for burial. He was
      placed in a single grave up the hill from the common grave
      with four soldiers in it. Not too long after he was buried,
      his body was exhumed and was shipped to his native state of
      Maryland for burial. He now lays in Saint Marks Episcopal
      Church Cemetery, in Lappans, Washington County, Maryland.