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Robert Logan Maddox, Sr
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Birth: Oct. 2, 1889
Makanda
Jackson County
Illinois, USA
Death: May 11, 1973
Aztec
San Juan County
New Mexico, USA

Farmington Daily Times, NM, 13 May 1973
MADDOX -- Robert L. Maddox, 83, Aztec, died Friday at the Ridgecrest Rest Home in Albuquerque. Funeral services are set for 2pm Monday at the Aztec Presbyterian Church with the Rev. William B. Burke officiating. Burial will be in the Aztec Cemetery with Masonic graveside service by the San Juan Lodge No. 25, AF&AM. Friends may visit at Basin Mortuary from noon to 9pm today and Monday to 11am. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Virginia Piper, Farmington; a son, Robert L. Maddox Jr., Santa Fe; a brother, Mark W. Maddox, Farmington; and three sisters, Mrs. Emma Hughes, Durango, Colo.; Mrs. Virginia Duhrkopp, York, PA.; and Mrs. Edith Bell, Bayfield, Colo. Also surviving are five grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
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Farmington Daily Times, NM, 14 May 1973
San Juan county residents were saddened by the death Friday of a longtime Aztec citizen, Robert L. Maddox. Moving with his family to Aztec in 1904, Mr. Maddox lived in that community most of his 83 years. An engineer, he also operated a grocery business in Aztec before his retirement. Mr. Maddox was a member of the Aqualantes, a group formed in the early 1950s which was instrumental in gaining Congressional approval for the construction of Navajo Dam. He was a member of US Highway 64 Association which successfully ramrodded the construction of an all-weather scenic route across northern New Mexico. A former Chairman of the San Juan Democratic Party, Mr. Maddox was able to set party affiliations aside in working for what he considered to be the best interests of the community. Mr. Maddox was a member of the Presbyterian Church and was active in Masonic organizations. Those who knew him well say, "He was congenial -- so easy to get along with." We and other residents of San Juan County extend our condolences to his family.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Thomas Pliny Maddox (1856 - 1942)
  Amanda Ellor Black Maddox (1863 - 1950)
 
 Spouse:
  Emma Cory Hancock Maddox (1884 - 1966)
 
 Children:
  Edith Virginia Maddox Piper (1914 - 2000)*
  Robert Logan Maddox (1919 - 1989)*
 
 Siblings:
  Emma Bertha Maddox Hughes (1882 - 1979)*
  Charles William Maddox (1884 - 1961)*
  Nellie Charlotte Maddox Seivert (1887 - 1929)*
  Robert Logan Maddox (1889 - 1973)
  Virginia Lew Maddox Duhrkoop (1892 - 1982)*
  Marcus Winchester Maddox (1895 - 1983)*
  Frank Thomas Maddox (1897 - 1964)*
  Edith Eldora Maddox Bell (1899 - 2000)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Aztec Cemetery
Aztec
San Juan County
New Mexico, USA
 
Maintained by: CJ
Originally Created by: Kathy
Record added: Nov 03, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61074399
Robert Logan Maddox, Sr
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Robert Logan Maddox, Sr
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Robert Logan Maddox, Sr
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