The 1860 census (564:) reported Calvin Maxfield twice: with his parents, and in the household of Edward and Emily Simonds. Both households were at Plymouth, Wayne County, Michigan. In the latter report, both Calvin Maxfield and Edward Simonds were blacksmiths.
Calvim Maxfield served in the Union Army during the Civil War, and returned wounded (Civ War Sold):
Name: Calvin Maxfield , State: MichiganCalvin Maxfield married JENNIE E. GRAHAM at Oakland County, Michigan, on 13 October 1872 (Oakland Co M). Jennie was born at Michigan about 1842/3 (1880 census).
Residence: Plymouth, Michigan
Service Record : Enlisted as a Private on 08 Aug. 1862 at the age of 23
Enlisted in Company C, 24th Infantry Regiment Michigan on 15 Aug. 1862.
Wounded on 23 May 1864 at North Anna River, VA
Discharged because of wounds Company C, 24th Infantry Regiment Michigan on 27 Apr. 1865 in Philadelphia, PA
The 1880 census (610:308B) reported this family at Plymouth Township as follows:
|Calvin Maxfield||self||M||M||W||42||OH||hotel keeper||VT||VT|
|Jennie E. Maxfield||wife||M||F||W||37||MI||keeping house||NY||NY|
The record listed ten other persons at this residence, probably a hotel.
I have no further information on this family.
Calvin Maxfield and his wife Jennie Graham had the following children:
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