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Theodosia Mary “Teddy” <I>Maxfield</I> Harwell

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Theodosia Mary “Teddy” Maxfield Harwell

Birth
Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa, USA
Death
3 Sep 2004 (aged 79)
Rockdale, Milam County, Texas, USA
Burial
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend Add to Map
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In 1935 Teddy's family moved from their home in St. Paul, Minnesota to Lancaster, Texas. About a year later they moved to San Antonio and then in 1937 they moved to Boerne, Texas. While there she met and got engaged to her future husband, Harold Harwell.

In 1943 the family moved to Manchester, Iowa and Teddy soon took a job in St. Paul, Minnesota. In July, 1945 Harold, who was a sergeant in the army and stationed in Louisiana, made a trip to St. Paul and they were married there on July 7. After Harold's discharge they moved back to Kendall County, Texas. Three sons and one daughter were born to them: Harold Andrew "Hal" Harwell, Jr., Lee James Harwell, Mark Timothy Harwell and Theodosia April Harwell. They divorced in 1961.

Teddy worked as an office manager in San Antonio and then moved to Grapevine, Texas when the company relocated. After retirement she moved to Austin, Texas and then to Rockdale, Texas where she lived the rest of her life.
In 1935 Teddy's family moved from their home in St. Paul, Minnesota to Lancaster, Texas. About a year later they moved to San Antonio and then in 1937 they moved to Boerne, Texas. While there she met and got engaged to her future husband, Harold Harwell.

In 1943 the family moved to Manchester, Iowa and Teddy soon took a job in St. Paul, Minnesota. In July, 1945 Harold, who was a sergeant in the army and stationed in Louisiana, made a trip to St. Paul and they were married there on July 7. After Harold's discharge they moved back to Kendall County, Texas. Three sons and one daughter were born to them: Harold Andrew "Hal" Harwell, Jr., Lee James Harwell, Mark Timothy Harwell and Theodosia April Harwell. They divorced in 1961.

Teddy worked as an office manager in San Antonio and then moved to Grapevine, Texas when the company relocated. After retirement she moved to Austin, Texas and then to Rockdale, Texas where she lived the rest of her life.


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