The fatherof Frederick Wilson Troxell was another Frederick W. Troxell and the Mother was Sarah Jane Rowe. The father of Frederick W. was Frederick Troxell, born March 28, 1779 and died January 21, 1853.His wife was Catherine Wilson born December 29, 1784 and died Februry 15, 1815.
Frederick Wilson Troxell hadf a brother named Charles McClay Troxell who is buried in Riverview Cemetery in Williamsport, MD.
The Daily Mail - Hagerstown, Maryland - January 25, 1897
Mr. Charles M. Troxell, manager of the Chesapeake Shoe Company of Baltimore, and a well-known man in this section, died early Saturday morning of paralysis, at his home, No. 815 N. Carey St., Baltimore, aged 46 years.Mr. Troxell was taken sick about seven weeks ago at York, Pa., while on a business trip.On account of his serious condition he was not removed until about three weeks ago, when he was taken to his home.Mr. Troxell was a son of the late J. Troxell.He was born in Emmitsburg in 1850. After attending a public school of his native town, he was employed in a general store there which experience was the foundation of a thorough business career.He came to Washington county and in 1879 was appointed United States guager.Later he held the position of deputy stamp collector in Hagerstown and for a while as as the head of Updegraff & Sons' shoe department.He went to Martinsburg and there engaged in business.He after became connected with some Boston houses and in 1889 he started the Chesapeake Shoe Company and had been at the head of the company until his death.Shortly after coming to this county he was married to Miss Annie Flemming, of Williamsport, who with two daughters Misses Mary and Sadie survives.He also leaves a brother, Frederick, a prominent wholesale merchant in Baltimore.
Mr. Troxell was a deacon of the First Lutheran church of Baltimore, a Mason, a member of the Carrolton Council, No. 239, Royal Arcanum and of Calvert Council, No. 4, Golden Chain.
He had a wide acquaintance in this city and throughout the county, especially at Williamsport, where he was better known.He was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him and his death is sincerely regretted.
The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at his late residence in Baltimore, Rev. A. H. Stridebaker, pastor of the church of which he was a consistent and prominent member, officiating.His remains were taken to Williamsport today for interment in Riverview cemetery.final services will be held at the residence of his father in law, Mr. Flemming, tomorrow morning at 10:30 a. m., by Rev. M. D. Gaver.The following pallbearers have been selected: Messrs, Cyrus D. Bell, G. W. Flemming, J. M. Miller, John B. Flemming, D. Clayton Kemp, of Williamsport, and J. Walter Flemming of Baltimore.