clipping from the Gilman City Guide From Gilman City it is reported thte death FEb. 25 1948 in Kansas City of Henry Maxwell an early Harrison County teacher who returned to this locality during World War II and resumed teaching because he was needed in the emergency. He continued teaching with satisfactory results until his health failed, the death of this fine man occured after an operation his body lay in state at the Haines Funeral Home in Gilman City until Saturday when funeral services were conducted at the Church of Christ. Bruial was at the Springer Cemetery
from Bethany Republican Clipper paper Henry Maxwell 78 years old passed away Wednesday evening of last week at the General Hospital in Kansas City and on Thursday the body was brought to the Haines Funeral Home where it lay in state until Saturday afternoon at o1 o'clock when funeral services were held and conducted from the Church of Crist by Brother Kenneth Main and interment was in the Springer Cemetery. Mr. Maxwell was a resident of the Springer Community many years but left for sometime had resided in Kansas City he spent his entire life in the teaching profession. he is survived by one son Frank Maxwell of Kansas City, the daete of his death was Feb. 2 1948.