|Birth: ||Mar. 16, 1818|
|Death: ||Feb. 24, 1898|
Daughter of William Lewis and Agatha Strother (Lewis) Adams.
Mary grew up on a Plantation North of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Migrated to Texas early 1838.
She was the mother of 10 children, four of whom died of illness before they reached the age of eight.
Served as President of the Ladies' Parish Aid Society/St. Mark's Church in San Antonio during the CW.
Member of the San Antonio Historical Society and The Daughters of the Republic of Texas. Served as president of the Alamo Monument Association.
Mary had always kept diaries of her life events; years later her Son, George Madison Maverick assisted her in publishing her memoirs.
Mary is buried next to her husband Samuel Augusts Maverick.
Samuel Augustus Maverick (1803 - 1870)
Samuel Augustus Maverick (1837 - 1936)*
Lewis Antonio Maverick (1839 - 1866)*
Agatha Maverick (1841 - 1848)*
Augusta Maverick (1843 - 1849)*
George Madison Maverick (1845 - 1913)*
John Hays Maverick (1850 - 1850)*
Albert Maverick (1854 - 1947)*
wife of Samuel Augustus Maverick, born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, emigrated to Texas in 1838. Declaration of Independence, Mar 2, 1836.
City Cemetery #1
Created by: Beth Sanders
Record added: Oct 25, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16319678
Gone but never forgotten. Thank you for your contributions you have made. Mary you are my 1st cousin 5x removed. Have thoroughly enjoyed reading about you and your family.|
Regina Van Berkum
Added: Mar. 10, 2013
Added: May. 18, 2012
Gone but never forgotten. ...... Among other things, Mary Ann was a Diarist. ...... Her husband, Samuel Augustus Maverick, Sr., was my 3rd cousin 4 times removed, several ways, through the Anderson family.|
Added: Feb. 26, 2011