MADDUX, JOHN M., DR.
ANTLERS AMERICAN-NEWS RECORD,
Antlers, Pushmataha County, Oklahoma
August 26, 1920
DR. MADDUX DEAD On Wednesday the 11th inst., at his home in South Antlers, occured the death of Dr. John M. Maddux, one of Pushmataha county's oldest and most highly respected citizens.
Dr. Maddux was born in Russelville, Arkansas in 1842, but had ben a resident of Oklahoma over forty years, moving to this county from Durant fifteen years ago. He was a member of the Church of Christ and always ready to assist his fellowman when in need and by his death the county has lost a valuable citizen.
The deceased leaves a wife and nine children, Mrs. Flora Clarke, of Darwin, W.T. Maddux, of LaFlore, Mrs. Mollie Key, Madill, Mrs. Laura Strickland, Red Oak, W.L. Maddux, Red Oak, Mrs. Minnie Garvin, Fate, Tex., C.H. Maddux, of Antlers, F.W. Maddux, Antlers, Step-son, A.M. Moore, Kansas City, Besides a large circle of friends to mourn his loss.
The remains were laid to rest in the Darwin cemetery Thursday, the 12th, W.R. Surrett, conducting the funeral-services.
The American joins the many friends of the family in extending sympathy to the bereaved relatives.