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Mary Whitcomb Saxon
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Birth: Sep. 3, 1796
Death: Aug. 10, 1834


Mary Whitcomb was a daughter of Anthony Whitcomb and Lucy Wright Whitcomb. Her siblings were Rhoda Whitcomb Stubbs, Benjamin Whitcomb, Lucy Whitcomb Talbott Saxon, Derexa Whitcomb Morey, John Whitcomb, and Amanda Whitcomb Johnson.

Mary Whitcomb was the first wife of James Saxon, a son of Alexander and Mary Baldwin Saxon; they married in Preble County, Ohio on January 11, 1813. Their ten children were Benjamin Saxon, Alexander Saxon, James Robert Saxon, Lucy Saxon Woods, William A. Saxon, Charles W. Saxon, Robert F. Saxon, Oliver F. Saxon, John B. Saxon and Mary Saxon.

Perhaps two month old daughter Mary, young sons Benjamin and John B., or twenty year old son Alexander are buried 'by her side' in Connersville's City Cemetery.

Link to Mary's mother provided by descendant and findagrave contributor Marilyn Phelps #46936977. 
Family links: 
  Lucy Wright Newton (1774 - 1821)
  James Saxon (1791 - 1858)*
  James Robert Saxon (1817 - 1895)*
  William A. Saxon (1821 - 1899)*
  Lucy Saxon Woods (1822 - 1857)*
  Charles W Saxon (1824 - 1884)*
  Asa Newton (____ - 1880)*
  Mary Whitcomb Saxon (1796 - 1834)
  Derexa Whitcomb Morey (1802 - 1877)*
*Calculated relationship
"To the Memory of Mary Saxon, wife of James Saxon, who died Aug. 10, 1834. Aged 37 years 11 months & 7 days. By her side lies her ...".
Note: The rest of the inscription is encased in concrete at ground level. Stone location is sec 2 row 27S F.
Connersville City Cemetery
Fayette County
Indiana, USA
Created by: mrs
Record added: Apr 06, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35583367
Mary <i>Whitcomb</i> Saxon
Added by: mrs
Mary <i>Whitcomb</i> Saxon
Added by: mrs
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- OPPSheryl
 Added: Apr. 3, 2013
This is really lovely, thank you. I hope her little ones are buried next to her - I wonder was her stone just broken down from age or did someone break it?
- Marilyn Phelps
 Added: Oct. 29, 2012

- mrs
 Added: Sep. 18, 2010
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