|Birth: ||Mar. 17, 1873|
|Death: ||Feb. 18, 1966|
Maud was born on a farm near Gilman, Marshall County, Iowa. Her father, Rigdon delivered her as they were without benefit of a doctor. The family moved in 1875 to Grundy County, Iowa and then to Stafford County Kansas in 1884 by covered wagon.
Maud was the daughter of Rigdon Bryant and Rachel (Dew) Marshall Walker. She was a school teacher beginning at age 16.
She taught in Sylvia, Kansas for 2 terms before moving to Kremlin, Oklahoma.
She taught at a school 5 miles west of Kremlin in 1896 and 1897 where she had 42 students and was paid $20.00 a month.
She married Wiley Worth English on June 22, 1899 at the home of her parents in Kremlin, OK.
Maud was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and The Enid Study Club, which club founded the Enid Public library. Member also of the P.E.O. Sisterhood, a philanthropic educational organization, where women celebrate the advancement of women, educate women through scholarships, grants, awards, and loans, and motivate women to achieve their highest aspirations.
She helped to raise her sisters son's; she never had children of her own.
Rigdon Bryant Walker (1842 - 1902)
Rachel Dew Walker (1840 - 1940)
Wiley Worth English (1858 - 1933)*
Georgiana Marshall Bloomfield (1863 - 1895)**
Maud Walker English (1873 - 1966)
Mabel Walker (1876 - 1968)*
Julia Walker Black (1881 - 1948)*
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Record added: Jul 16, 2002
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