January Maull was a state legislator in Alabama during the Reconstruction era. He served in the Alabama House of Representatives in 1873. He represented Lowndes County.
The Montgomery Advertiser listed Maull among others it derisively accused of corruptly supporting George E. Spencer. U.S. Senator Spencer and U.S. Senator Willard Warner were competing. Hearings were held and insinuations of bribery made against various legislators including Maull.
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