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James MITCHELL




Husband James MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Henry Goodwin MITCHELL (      -      )
       Mother: Georgia Ann MITCHELL (Cir 1818-      )





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1st Lt. James Billingslea MITCHELL, CSA and Rebecca Stone RYAN




Husband 1st Lt. James Billingslea MITCHELL, CSA 1091,1395,2410

         Born: 28 Jul 1844 - Russell County, Alabama 1091
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 Feb 1891 - Seale, Alabama 1091
       Buried: 


       Father: Capt. Americus Columbus MITCHELL, CSA (1819-1891) 1091,1395
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth BILLINGSLEA (1823-1895) 1091,1395


     Marriage: 22 Jun 1869



Wife Rebecca Stone RYAN 2411,2412,2413

         Born: 20 May 1845 - Orange County, North Carolina 2413
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         Died: 27 Jan 1924 2411
       Buried: 


       Father: David RYAN (Abt 1816-Bef 1850) 1091
       Mother: Hannah S. GARLAND (Abt 1818-After 1880) 1091,2413




Children
1 M Colonel Americus C. MITCHELL, USA, WWI 2409

         Born: 23 Dec 1870 - Russell County, Alabama 1091
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Sep 1938
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery, Colbert County, Alabama
       Spouse: Miriam ATKINSON (Abt 1894-      ) 576
         Marr: Cir 1915 576
       Spouse: Charlotte Bernard JACKSON (1891-1938) 576
         Marr: 26 Dec 1927 - Shelby County, Tennessee


2 F Frances Phillips MITCHELL 576

          AKA: Frances Phillips MITCHELL 576,2411
         Born: 17 Aug 1872 - Russell County, Alabama 576,4917
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Oct 1940 - Colbert County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Seale United Methodist Church & Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


3 M James Billingslea MITCHELL, Jr. 576

         Born: 21 Sep 1874 - Russell County, Alabama 576
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Oct 1922 - Bexar County, Texas
       Buried:  - Mission Burial Park, Bexar County, Texas
       Spouse: Marie HERNANDEZ (1880-1945)
         Marr: 8 Nov 1911 - Bexar County, Texas


4 M Brigadier General William A. MITCHELL, USA, WWI 576,2411,2412

         Born: 30 Nov 1877 - Russell County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 Mar 1941 - Colbert County, Alabama
       Buried:  - West Point, New York
       Spouse: Margery Neave BRADY (1889-      ) 576,2411
         Marr: 26 Sep 1914 576


5 F Mary MITCHELL 576,4363

         Born: 30 Mar 1883 576
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Brigadier General Harold Chamberlayne FISKE, USA, WWI (Abt 1881-      ) 576,4363
         Marr: 8 Oct 1910 576



General Notes: Husband - 1st Lt. James Billingslea MITCHELL, CSA

James Billingslea MITCHELL, son of Americus Columbus MITCHELL and Mary Elizabeth BILLINGSLEA, was born 28 July 1844 in Glennville, Alabama. He served as a First Lieutenant in the 34th Alabama Infantry in the War Between the States, although only 17 at the time. He was captured by Federal troops at the Battle of Missionary Ridge and was held as a prisoner of war until the close of the war. James graduated from the University of North Carolina and the Lebanon Law School of Tennessee. He was elected to a number of terms in the Alabama State Senate. While at Chapel Hill, James met Rebecca Stone RYAN, whom he married in 1869 and brought back to his home in Alabama.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County 3-Wd Eufaula, 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 2 Page: 321: MITCHELL, James B. 25 M W Lawyer AL; Rebecca 24 F W Boarding SC. (Note: Rebecca was born in North Carolina and her family is enumerated there in 1860.)

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Seale, 10 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 30 Page: 575: 318 320 James MITCHELL W M 35 M Lawyer AL GA GA; Rebeca W F 34 Wife M Keeping House NC NC NC; Merry W F 9 Son S At School AL AL NC (Americus? Son, entered, lined out. RLD); Fannie W F 7 Dau S At Home AL AL NC; James B. W M 5 Son S At Home AL AL NC; William W M 2 Son S At Home AL AL NC; Mary PERSONS B F 34 M Other Cook AL GA GA; H. S. RYAN W F 62 Mother W Keeping House NC NC NC.

The home of James Billingslea MITCHELL, built in Glennville, Alabama, was disassembled and moved to Seale, Alabama, on Russell County Highway 26 . It is now called the MITCHELL-FERRELL-POWELL HOUSE and given historical status.
Marker Dedication or Erection Date: January 1, 1988, Marker Text:

"Built in Glennville, Alabama by slave artisans in the early 1840's for James Billingslea and Rebecca Stone Mitchell. Moved by ox-cart and reassembled by free citizens at the present site in 1867 or 1869. Purchased in 1895 by Hugh Bennett and Jessie Elvira Screws Ferrell. Purchased and restored in 1978 by Vernon H. and Minnie D. Powell.
Erected by the Historic Chattahoochee Commission and The Ferrell Family, 1988."

(Note: There may be some discrepancy in the original year the home was built. James was born in 1844; Rebecca in 1846. They did not marry until 1869. If built for James and Rebecca, it was more likely built in the early 1870s, after slavery had been abolished, or the home was originally built for James' parents. RLD.)

Find A Grave# 59381061 1091


General Notes: Wife - Rebecca Stone RYAN

In 1920, Rebecca S. MITCHELL, 75, lives in the home of her son William A. MITCHELL and family in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

Rebecca Stone Ryan MITCHELL is buried in Plot C14, Seale United Methodist Church & Cemetery, Seale, Russell County, Alabama. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 59381430:

REBECCA STONE RYAN
Beloved Wife of
James Billingslea Mitchell
Born in
Chapel Hill, N. C.
May 20, 1845
Died in
Sheffield, Ala.
Jan. 27, 1924

Wife of James Mitchell


General Notes: Child - Colonel Americus C. MITCHELL, USA, WWI

Americus MITCHELL, b. 23 Dec 1870, in Glennville, Russell County, Alabama, attended college at Auburn, Alabama and then went to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, graduating in 1895.

"Lieutenant Americus Mitchell, who recently graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, N. Y., arrived in the city Saturday night and will spend the summer at the residence of his mother, Mrs. James B. Mitchell, 208 Eleventh street." [The Columbus Enquirer-Sun, 18 June 1895]

He took part in the Spanish-American War, but did not arrive in Cuba until the fighting was over. While at Santiago, Cuba, he contracted yellow fever, but overcame the disease. He remained in the Army, rising to the rank of Colonel and fighting in World War One with the 89th and 35th Divisions and participating in the St. Miheil and Meuse Argonne campaigns.

1910 U.S. Census, Kansas, Leavenworth County, Fort Leavenworth; Series: T624 Roll: 444 Page: 168: Line 82 MITCHELL Americus 39 S AL AL LA Army Officer Captain

Americus married Miriam ATKINSON, daughter of William G. ATKINSON, Governor of Georgia. The Colonel and Miriam had one son, Americus, Jr.

1920 U.S. Census, Washington, Spokane County, Fort George Wright, Military Reservation, 2 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 1940 Page: 289; 8-A 2 2 MITCHELL, Americus Head R - M W 49 M AL AL NC Colonel Regular Army; -- Miriam A. Wife F W 26 M GA GA FL; -- Americus Jr. Son M W 3+1/12 S Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, AL GA.

Americus married Charlotte JACKSON on 26 December 1927 in Shelby, County, Tennessee. Their daughter is Alethea Wardlaw Jackson MITCHELL.

"United States Census, 1930", Tuscumbia, Colbert County, Alabama, database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:3X31-B3Z : accessed 4 December 2015)
Americus Mitchell Head M 59 M 40 AL AL NC Attorney General practice
Charlotte Mitchell Wife F 38 M 36 AL AL SC
Alethea W Mitchell Dau F 7/12 AL AL AL

Colonel MITCHELL retired from the U.S. Army and lived in Tuscumbia, Alabama. He is buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Tuscumbia, Colbert County, Alabama. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 18685382:

COL. AMERICUS MITCHELL
U. S. INFANTRY
DECEMBER 24, 1870
SEPTEMBER 1, 1938 1091


General Notes: Child - Frances Phillips MITCHELL

Frances Phillips "Fannie" MITCHELL was a daughter of James Billingslea MITCHELL and Rebecca Stone RYAN.

Fannie did not marry. Building on the earlier memoirs of her great-grandmother, Catherine B. DANIELL, wife of Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, she wrote extensive family histories of her MITCHELL and DANIELL lines which were published in "The History of Hancock County, Georgia", compiled by Elizabeth Wiley Smith.

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Tallapoosa County, Alabama Bryce Insane Hospital; Series: T623 Roll: 42 Page: 213: Line 68 MITCHELL Fannie P. Patient W F Aug 1872 27 S AL AL NC.

In 1920, Frances, 47, single, lives in the home of her brother, William A. MITCHELL, an Army officer, in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

In 1931, Fannie lived in Montgomery, Alabama.

Obituary: Funeral services for Miss Frances Phillips Mitchell, 65, of Tuscumbia, Ala., who died in Tuscumbia, Ala., Wednesday, will be held at 10 o'clock this morning in Seale, Ala., her birthplace. Miss Mitchell was a former resident of Columbus. The body arrived here last night at 8:55 o'clock and was taken to Britton and Dobbs mortuary. It will be carried at 9:30 o'clockthis morning to Seale. The deceased is survived by a brother and sister, General William Augustus Mitchell of Arlington, Va., Col. and Mrs. H. C. Fiske, Manhassett, N. Y., and a nephew, Americus Mitchell, Jr. of Baltimore. She was a sister of the late Col. Americus Mitchell of Tuscumbia. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Friday, October 25, 1940, Page 16]

Fannie is buried in Plot C14, Seale United Methodist Church & Cemetery, Seale, Russell County, Alabama. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 59380934:

FRANCES PHILLIPS MITCHELL
Born in
Glennville, Alabama
Aug. 17, 1872
Died in
Tuscumbia, Alabama
Oct. 23, 1940


General Notes: Child - James Billingslea MITCHELL, Jr.

J. B. Mitchell married Marie Hernandez on 8 November 1911 in Bexar County, Texas. Witnesses were Jose Escalera and Refugio Escalera. George Belsey, Curate, St. Marks, San Antonio, officiated.
[NOTE: Dates above are taken from the marriage record on page 202, No. 32197. The dates on the cited FamilySearch.org transcription are in error. RLD]
["Texas, County Marriage Records, 1837-1977," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K61K-GQK : accessed 24 May 2015), J B Mitchell and Marie Hernandez, 09 Oct 1911, Marriage; citing Bexar, Texas, United States, Citing county clerk offices, Texas.]

On 12 September 1918, James Billingslea Mitchell, born 21 March 1874, residing at 214 Indianola St., San Antonio, Texas, registered for the World War I draft . He was the proprietor of a Broker and Public accountant firm. His nearest relative was his wife, Marie H. Mitchell, same address. James was described as being of medium height and build with blue eyes and gray hair. ["United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KZXY-VPL : accessed 24 May 2015), James Billingslea Mitchell, 1917-1918; citing San Antonio City no 4, Texas, United States, NARA microfilm publication M1509 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,983,590.]

Per death certificate, "J. B. Mitchell", born 9 October 1873 born in Alabama, died 23 October 1922 in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas at age 49 years, 13 days.. He was married, worked as a bookkeeper and resided at 11124 S. San Marcos St., San Antonio, Texas. His father was Mitchell born in Georgia. Informant was Mrs. Maria Mitchell, 1124 S. San Marcos St.. Burial was in "Mission B. P.[Burial Park] on 26 October 1922
Mitchell ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KS1T-75T : accessed 24 May 2015), J B Mitchell, 23 Oct 1922; citing certificate number 27718, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2,074,635.]
NOTE: A lack of knowledge of James Billingslea Mitchell, Jr.'s family and the variance in birth dates show a lack of familiarity with James' background concerning, and by the informant.

NOTE: Previous information from this source that James never married is seemingly proven wrong by the above:
James Billingslea MITCHELL was born on September 21, 1874 in Seale, Russell County, AL. Worked in a real estate office in Columbus, Georgia. Moved to Texas in 1900 and was a broker in San Antonio circa 1916. He never married. [http://www.angelfire.com/ga4/h-pooleiii/Mitchell_desc.pdf]

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This appears to be James' widow in 1930.
"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:HP65-ZMM : accessed 24 May 2015), Marie H Mitchell, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0026, sheet 2B, family 31, line 91, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 2292; FHL microfilm 2,342,026.
Marie H. Mitchell Head F 45 Widowed TX TX TX

Mary Mitchell, born 28 January 1880 in San Antonio, Texas, died 26 July 1945 in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. She was a widow. Her parents were Jose Hernandez and Adelaida Colunga. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KS14-DZ2 : accessed 24 May 2015), Mary Mitchell, 26 Jul 1945; citing certificate number 28522, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2,137,961.]


General Notes: Child - Brigadier General William A. MITCHELL, USA, WWI

William A. MITCHELL, son of James Billingslea MITCHELL and Rebecca Stone RYAN, was born November 20, 1877.

William's sister, Frances Philips MITCHELL, published a brief biography of his military career in the History of Hancock County, Georgia: "Col. W. A. MITCHELL graduated first in Class of 1902 at United States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y. In the World War, he was first Colonel of 20th Engineers. He went to the front as Colonel of 2nd Engineers, 2nd Division. He took part in battles of Chateau Thierry, Soissons, St. Mihiel, Blanc Mont, Attigny, Meuse-Argonne; decorated with Croix de Guerre, Officer of Legion of Honor, Distinguished Service Medal. He was the author of books on engineering, one of which was used at U.S.M.A. Also author of other books, including Military History of the World. Col. W. A. MITCHELL was for years Professor (head of) of Engineering at U. S. Military Academy at West Point, N. Y."
4068…Born AL…WILLIAM A. MITCHELL…Ap'd GA…1
William Augustus Mitchell, Born Nov. 30, 1877.
Military History-Cadet at the Military Academy, June 20, 1898 to June 12, 1902, when he was graduated and promoted in the Army to
Second LIEUTENANT, Corps of Engineers
Served: At Manila, Philippines, Oct. 1, 1902 to Feb. 9, 1903; engineering work in Island of Mindanao, Moro country, to Feb. 9, 1904; at Fort Leavenworth, KS, to July 20, 1905.
First LIEUTENANT, Corps of Engineers, April 23, 1904.
In skirmish at Ramain, Mindanao, Philippines, Feb. 1, 1904; Statistical Officer, target competitions, to Aug. 20, 1905; Engineer at the School of Application, Washington Barracks, DC, to Oct. 1, 1906; reconnaissance map of Cuba, Island of Cuba, to May 1, 1907; at Washington Barracks, DC, to June 14, 1907; target competition, Fort Keogh, MT, to Sep. 1, 1907; Instructor in Department of Engineering, U. S. Military Academy, West Point NY, from Aug. 28, 1907 to Aug. 28, 1908; Assistant Professor, to-.
CAPTAIN, Corps of Engineers, Oct. 16, 1909.
July 11, 1911; in charge of Oswego, NY, subdistrict, River and Harbor Work, to Dec. 31, 1911; at Wheeling, WV, Assistant to District Engineer, to Aug. 20, 1914; student officer at Army Field Engineer School and Army Staff College, to
Major, Corps of Engineers, Feb. 28, 1915.
June 24, 1916; Depot and District Railway Engineer, Nogales, AZ, District, to Feb. 17, 1917; at Washington, DC, in Militia Bureau, to April 26, 1917; in office of Chief of Engineers to
MAJOR, Corps of Engineers, Feb. 28, 1915. To
LIEUTENANT COLONEL, Temporary, Corps of Engineers, Aug. 5, 1917.
Colonel of Engineers, National Army, Aug. 5, 1917.
Sep. 15, 1917: commanding 20th Engineers and Camp American University, to Feb. 27, 1918; en route to France, to March 11, 1918; commanding 20th Engineers and in Tonnage Division, G-1, S. O. S., and in office of Chief Engineer, A. E. F., S. O. S., to July 3, 1918; commanding 2d Engineers, 2d Division, in battles of Chateau Thierry, Soissons, St. Mihiel, Blanc Mont, Altigny, Argonne-Meuse, and in March to Rhine, to Nov. 20, 1918; at Montigny-sur-Aube, Corps Engineer, 8th Corps, and commanding 605th Engineers, to
COLONEL of Engineers, National Army, Aug. 5, 1917.
At Montigny-sur-Aube, Corps Engineer, 8th Corps, and commanding 605th Engineers, Nov. 20, 1918, to Apr. 20, 1919; on detached service in office of Chief Engineer, American Expeditionary Forces, and student officer at Artillery School at Treves, Germany, to May 20, 1919; en route to U. S. and on detached service in office of Chief of Engineers, to July 17, 1919; at Fort Leavenworth, KS, Instructor in General Staff School, to
Returned to Grade of Major, Aug. 31, 1919
Lieutenant Colonel and Professor,
United States Military Academy May 10, 1922.
June 15, 1922; (graduated General Staff School, June, 1921; eligible list of General Staff, Oct, 1921); at United States Military Academy, Professor of Engineering, June 16, 1922, to - (Member of Committee on Scientific and Engineering Symbols and Abbreviations, 1924-1928; in Europe, Aug. 20, 1929, to July 21, 1930, on duty of observation, study, and investigation of educational work.)
Four times recommended for promotion to grade of brigadier-general for duty with combat troops in France.
Cited by Commander-in-Chief, American Expeditionary Forces: "For exceptionally meritorious and conspicuous services as Commander, 2d Engineers."
Cited in orders of 2d Division: "This officer performed the duties of Division Engineer Officer, and commanding the operations southwest of Soissons, St. Mihiel, Blanc Mont Ridge, and the Meuse-Argonne. His services were distinguished, exceptionally meritorious and in duty of great responsibility.
"He contributed greatly to the success of the 2d Division in all the above-mentioned engagements." "(G. O. 88, 2d Division)"
Officer of the Legion of Honor, French and cited: "Colonel, 2d Regiment of Engineers, 2d Division. During the attack of that division to the southwest of Soissons, the 19th July, 1918, has shown remarkable skill and great valor in checking with his regiment then in support a counterattack of the enemy prepared against our very exposed flank. Thanks to his promptness in seeing the danger, to his courage in decision, and to the vigorous measures taken by him, a possible disaster was avoided."
Awarded three French Croix de Guerre with palm for duty in battles of Soissons, St. Mihiel and Blanc Mont; citation at Blanc Mont: Commanding the 2d Engineers: distinguished himself by his bravery in the course of numerous reconnaissances, under heavy bombardment. His skillful arrangements largely contributed to the success of the Division in the Blanc Mont region.
2d Engineer Regiment decorated with French Fourragere in colors of French Croix de Guerre; as commanding officer, entitled to wear the Fourragere with Star and Indian head-2-Castle.
COLONEL and Prof. of Civil and Mil. Engring and Mil. Art, U.S.M.A., May 10, 1932 to Mar. 30, 1938; on leave Mar. 31, to June 30, 1938.
COLONEL Ret., June 30, 1938. Disability in Line of Duty.
BRIGADIER-GENERAL, Ret., June 13, 1940. Act of June 13, 1940
First Vice-Pres., 2d Div. Assn., 1931-1932.
Medals and Decorations-Moro War; Army of Cuban Pacification; Gold Medal, Atlantic Division, Target Competition, 1906; Croix de Guerre with gold star for work in Soissons battle; Croix de Guerre with palm for Blanc Mont battle. Awarded Distinguished Service Medal; Spanish War; Philippine Insurrection; Mexican Border; World War Victory; Legion of Honor.
Civil History-Author of "Second Engineers in World War," "Topography," "Army Engineering," "Fortification," "Civil Engineering," "Mechanical Engineering," "Outlines of the World's Military History."-Apr. 10, to Nov. 30, 1939, Emergency Editor of The Military Engineer, Magazine of the Society of American Military Engineers. Nov. 1, 1939 to Feb. 15, 1940, Emergency Editor of "Indian Head" Magazine of 2d Division Association.
Member of the Society of the Cincinnati.
Died, Mar. 6. 1941, at Tuscumbia, AL, age 63.
(http://usmalibrary2.usma.edu/1902/clbios.htm)

1920 U.S. Census, Kansas, Leavenworth County, Fort Leavenworth; Series: T625 Roll: 537 Page: 28: Scott Ave 2472 149 154 MITCHELL William A. Head M W 42 M AL AL NC Officer US Army; -- Margery B. Wife F W 30 M WV WV WV; -- Joseph B. Son M W 43/12 S KS AL WV; -- William A. Jr. Son M W 26/12 S DC AL WV; -- Margery F. Dau M W 16/12 S DC AL WV; -- Rebecca S. Mother F W 75 Wd NC NC NC; -- Frances B. (P.?) Sister F W 47 S AL NC NC.

Historic Markers - Barbour County, Alabama [http://www.hcc-al-ga.org/tour_markers.cfm?GetPage=1]
41. WILLIAM AGUSTUS MITCHELL
Location: Located on Alabama Highway 26 (Jackson Street), Seale, Alabama.
Marker Dedication or Erection Date: August 17, 1979
SIDE 1: WILLIAM AGUSTUS MITCHELL
On this lot and in the house thereon, was born William Augustus Mitchell, November 30, 1877. Mitchell entered the United States Military Academy on June 20, 1898, after finishing the schools at Seale and Alabama Polytechnic Institute. He graduated number one in his class in 1902. During World War I he was promoted to Brigadier General. After the War General Mitchell become a member of the faculty at West Point.
Erected by the Historic Chattahoochee Commission and the Russell County Historical Commission, 1979.
SIDE 2: WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MITCHELL
General Mitchell received the following decorations: Distinguished Service Medal, Officer of the Legion of Honour, Croix de Guerre with Gold Star, Croix de Guerre with Palm. He was the son of James Bellingslea and Rebecca Stone Mitchell. His father entered as a Lieutenant in the 24th Alabama Regiment at age 18 in the War Between the States, and later served as State Senator from this district for seven years and was a member of the Alabama Supreme court. General Mitchell died March 6, 1941, and is buried at West Point, New York.
Erected by the Historic Chattahoochee Commission and the Russell County Historical Commission, 1979. 576
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Lt. John MITCHELL, RS-VA and Sarah THWEATT




Husband Lt. John MITCHELL, RS-VA 679,1840

         Born: 25 Aug 1748 - Surry County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 Jan 1804 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Dr. Thomas MITCHELL (1722-Bef 1762) 678,679
       Mother: Amey GOODWYNNE (1732-1773) 678


     Marriage: Abt 1773 - Dinwiddie County, Virginia 531



Wife Sarah THWEATT 531,1328

         Born: 1761 - Dinwiddie County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 7 Jul 1807 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: James Thomas THWEATT (1722-1758) 531
       Mother: Sarah STURDEVANT (Abt 1723-1804) 531




Children
1 M Major John MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 1774 - Dinwiddie County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1841 - Harris County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth WOOD (Abt 1787-After 1850) 937
         Marr: 23 Dec 1810


2 M James MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 1776 - Dinwiddie County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 5 Jul 1826 and 17 Sep 1827 - Jones County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth JOURDAN (Abt 1780-      )
         Marr: 2 Aug 1798 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia


3 M Dr. Thomas James MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 5 Aug 1778 - Dinwiddie County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Montgomery, Greene County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Louise WOOD (1785-1858) 1340
         Marr: 7 Feb 1803 - Jefferson County, Georgia


4 F Martha Goodwin MITCHELL 413

         Born: Abt 1771 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Feb 1827 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jesse SANFORD, RS (Abt 1763-1827) 413


5 M William MITCHELL 3337

         Born: 18 May 1787 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1856 - Lee County, Alabama
       Buried: Pine Hill Cemetery
       Spouse: Martha HILL (1791-1851) 1840
         Marr: 22 Nov 1808 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia 4600


6 M Augustus George Cadwell MITCHELL 2905

         Born: Abt 1788 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1840
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth W. HILL (1797-1852) 2905


7 M Uriah George MITCHELL 2905

         Born: Abt 1789 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary HOGAN (      -      ) 2905


8 F Elizabeth MITCHELL 2905

         Born: 30 Oct 1790 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 Sep 1841
       Buried:  - Mitchell Cemetery, Glennville, Alabama
       Spouse: Henry Benjamin BLAKE, Sr. (Abt 1790-      ) 2905


9 M Henry Goodwin MITCHELL 2905

         Born: Abt 1793 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sophia HILL (      -      ) 2905


10 M Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL 1091

         Born: 24 Jul 1795 - Hancock County, Georgia 4083
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 Jan 1848 - Russell County, Alabama 4083
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery 4083
       Spouse: Catherine B. DANIELL (1799-1880) 2246,2252
         Marr: 5 May 1817 - Hancock County, Georgia 1091



General Notes: Husband - Lt. John MITCHELL, RS-VA

1st Lieutenant John MITCHELL R. S. was born on August 25, 1748 in Surry County, Virginia. He died on January 3, 1804 in Hancock County, Georgia. John was an officer in the Revolutionary War. He served as a 1st Lieutenant with the 3rd Georgia from April 5, 1778 to October 1782. His sword is on exhibition at the Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama, donated by Mr. Peter Brannan.

John married Sarah THWEATT in Dinwiddie County, Virginia. She was born in Dinwiddie County.

1784 - John signed for 400 acres of land in Washington County, Georgia for his revolutionary service.

1785 - Around 1785, John moved to Washington County, Georgia with his brothers, Henry and Thomas. On August 17, 1785, he was granted 460 acres of land in Washington County "On Bounty." This area later became part of Hancock County.

"John MITCHELL came to Georgia with his two brothers, Henry and Thomas, and also with members of the family of his wife, Sarah THWEATT.
The first entry in the old Bible of his youngest son, Julius MITCHELL, reads: "John MITCHELL, Sr., born in State of Virginia 25th day of August 1748, died in Hancock County, Ga., 3rd day of January 1804 age 55 yrs 4 mo 9 days. The above was father of Julius C. B. MITCHELL. Sarah THWEATT, wife of John MITCHELL, was born in Virginia."

"There are various traditions which have been handed down in the different branches of the MITCHELL family regarding the part John MITCHELL took in the War of the Revolution. One account is that at one time, when the American cause seemed hopeless, the regiment to which he belonged deserted to the enemy, John MITCHELL alone remaining faithful to the cause of the Americans. It may have been only his company or part of the regiment, but there must be some truth in the story.
It was also said that some years later, when he was living in Georgia, he was offered 50 or 75 acres of land in hopes of gaining his support to the Yazoo Act. This was refused with scorn and he continued to use his influence, which seems to have had considerable weight in his section of the state, to have the act repealed. Two of his sons married daughters of General Solomon WOOD of Jefferson County, who also worked for its repeal. John MITCHELL was granted, on account of the part he took in the Revolution, land on both the Ogeechee and Oconee rivers.

John's home place was near Sparta, Georgia. He was married in Virginia and lived there for some years, several of his children being born in Dinwiddie County. Unfortunately, the records of Dinwiddie County and Washington County, Georgia were destroyed during the Civil War. He married Sarah, daughter of James THWEATT and Sarah STURTEVANT of Dinwiddie County, Virginia. Have not been able to get the date of her birth, death or marriage. The Bible of Julius MITCHELL family did not give it, and the other Bible was so badly worn that it could not be deciphered. There is an old THWEATT Bible which I heard gave her birth and marriage but, unfortunately, I could not locate it.
At the time of John MITCHELL's death he had ten living children. These children with their children were spoken of as 'The MITCHELL Clan' and it was said that, if you insulted one of them you angered all of them. One man once made the remark that "You had best be careful what you say about those Mitchells before any of the kin, it is like poking a hornet's nest with a short stick."

The names of the children and grandchildren of John MITCHELL were copied from an old manuscript made out by his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Catherine MITCHELL, for her grandson James Billingslea MITCHELL. This paper is now in the possession of her great-grandson, Colonel William A. MITCHELL of West Point, N.Y." (History of Hancock County, Georgia)
Mrs. Catherine MITCHELL is Catherine B. DANIELL, daughter of Levi DANIELL and Martha Pearson COOK of Hancock County, Georgia.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah THWEATT

"Some GA Co. Records, Vol. I" by Rev Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Southern Historical Press, 1977, page 106: "James MITCHELL and John MITCHELL, Admnrs of Sarah MITCHELL, dec'd, and Henry MITCHELL and Robert RAINS Securities bond for $10,000 dated 7 July 1807." James and John, the administrators, were the two oldest sons of John and Sarah MITCHELL. Their son Henry was about 14 when Sarah died and not likely standing security. This Henry would have been the brother of Sarah's husband, John MITCHELL, who predeceased her.


General Notes: Child - Major John MITCHELL

John MITCHELL moved to Georgia with his father, John, and two brothers, Thomas and James, about 1785. He married Elizabeth WOOD, a daughter of General Solomon WOOD of Jefferson County, Georgia on 23 December 1810. His brother, Thomas married Elizabeth's sister, Mary. John later moved to Harris County, Georgia, dying there.
John is named as "Major John MITCHELL" in the published notices of the marriages of two of his daughters, Sarah F. in 1832, and Ellen in 1834.

1840 U.S. Census, Harris County, Humphries' District No. 1; Series: M704 Roll: 43 Page: 274:
Line 2 Elizabeth MITCHELL [No males]|| . . 1 2 . . 1 1 . . . . .
Reads: 1 female 10-15, 2 females 15-20, 1 female 40-50, 1 female 50-60.
1840 U.S. Census, Harris County, Humphries' District No. 5; Series: M704 Roll: 43 Page: 278:
Line 3 John MITCHELL . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . || . . . . . . 1 . . . . .
Reads: 1 male 10-15, 1 male 50-60; 1 female 50-60.
Line 4 William MITCHELL . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . || . 2 1 2* 2* . 2 . . . . .
Reads: 1 male 20-30, 1 male 50-60; 2 females 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 2 females 15-20, 2 females 20-30, 2 females 40 50. [*These 2 numbers are lighter than other entries, valid entries or not? RLD]

David Leon "Tuck" Wilson provides the below:
John3 Mitchell (John2, Thomas1) was born Bef. 1785 in Dinwiddie County, Virginia, and died 1841 in Harris County, Georgia (Source: Cases in Law and Equity Supreme Court of the State of Georgia, Vol 17, p 52-
55, John Mitchell qualified as executor ... until his death in 1841.). He married Elizabeth Wood 23 Dec 1810 in Jasper County, Georgia, daughter of Solomon Wood and Elizabeth Eason. She was born 16 Jan 1788 in Georgia
(Source: Census of 1850, Harris County Georgia.), and died Aft. 1850.
Notes for John Mitchell:
John Mitchell was born between 1780 - 1790 (1840 Harris County Census). Family tradition is that the family had moved to Hancock County Georgia in 1785 and John is listed as being born in Virginia, so perhaps he was born between 1780 and 1785. I think I have his marriage record to Elizabeth Wood: John Mitchell to "Ann Wood" 23 Dec 1810, recorded in Jasper County Georgia.
The 1820 census lists two John MITCHELLs in Hancock County.
1820 US Census, Hancock County, Georgia
John Mitchell Sen (?)
2M 0-10
2M 10-15
1M 16-18
1M 16-26
1M 26-45
2F 0-10
1F >45
I don't know who this is. John Mitchell Sr. died 1804 and Sarah Thweatt died 1807.
On the same page:
John Mitchell
1M 0-10 (?, no record of a son born 1810-1820)
1M 26-45 (John Mitchell)
3F 0-10 (Ellen, Sarah, Henrietta - Julia died "early", no record on Caroline)
1F 26-45 ( Elizabeth Wood Mitchell)
John Mitchell moved from Hancock County with his youngest brother, Julius C. B. Mitchell, to Jones County before 1830.
1830 US Census, Jones County, Georgia
John Mitchell
1M 5-10 (Solon b 1827)
1M 10-15 ?
1M 40-50 (John Mitchell)
1F 5-10 (Frances L. b. 1/22/1821)
1F 10-15 ( Ellen married in 1828 but Sarah and Henrietta should be home.)
1F 30-40 (Elizabeth Wood Mitchell)
In the 1830 Jones Census, John is enumerated next to Julius C B Mitchell and a widow named Elizabeth Mitchell with many young children. (I think this Elizabeth could be Elizabeth Jourdan Mitchell, recent widow of James
Mitchell who died 1827-28 in Harris County) or Elizabeth Hill Mitchell, wife of Cadwell Mitchell.
John may have been the John Mitchell that built the Old Clinton Hotel there ca. 1820 (The History of Jones County by Williams). They did not stay long but moved to Harris County, Georgia (see White, "Historical Collections" p 493). He is in records shortly after 1830 in Harris County.
I have 2 letters from a Lucia or Lecia Mitchell that for many years I thought was a daughter of John Mitchell. She writes from Mulberry Grove in Harris County on Nov. 16, 1845, mentioning a sister "H" that I assumed was Henrietta. She mentioned Solon as if he was a part of the household. She also mentioned Kate who was combing her hair, and I assumed Kate was a sister and one of John Mitchell's lost children. In a second letter by Lucia or Lecia, written April 4, 1846, the family or part of it, has moved to Auburn, Alabama. There are seven known and seven unknown children, (Lucia was previously unknown) in this family so all of this is plausible. However, census data shows no girls the age of Kate and Lucia/Lecia. Elizabeth Wood Mitchell never moved to Alabama but lived with her son Solon in the 1850 Harris County Census.
Recently, I discoverd a tombstone in Auburn, Alabama (Pinehill Cemetery) of Volecia Drake. She is seen as Valencia, Volecia, and Volecia V. A. Mitchell in various trees. She is not listed in Fanny Mitchell's Mitchell
Genealogy found in "History of Hancock County" as a child of Cadwell but the following tombstone inscription should leave no doubt:
Volegia V A DRAKE, wife of John W. Drake, Daughter of Augustus G C & Elizabeth Mitchell 18 Dec. 1825 - 25 May 1960, Married 22 Feb. 1848, Born Jones Co., GA
Cadwell Mitchell died prior to the 1840 Census. By 1850, his wife Elizabeth Hill Mitchell had moved from Harris County, Georgia to Auburn, Macon County, Alabama, to be with all her daughters, all located in Macon County in 1850. Volecia married in 1848 to J. W. W. Drake and lived there until her death in 1860.
John Mitchell died in Harris County Georgia in 1841. He died testate but I couldn't find the will in the Harris County courthouse.
28 Jul 1832 Columbus Enquirer - "Fourth of July Celebration - At Major John Mitchell's Mills"
The following gentlemen offered toasts: R. W. Armor, Joseph R. Bedell, Thomas J. Bedell, Z. Bias, Major Ezekiel Brown, Ezekiel Brown, Jr, Elisha Calhoun, William L. Candler, Major A. B. Dawson, Moses S. Duke, A.
Glenn, Thomas Hicks, Col Henry H. Lowe, Edwin T. Mitchell, Jordan H. Mitchell, J. W. Sanford, John J. Slatter, James Taylor, Thomas Taylor, David W. Walker, N. G. Walker, Thacker V. Walker, William G. Walker, & Robert Wildow.
People Identified From Above:
Edwin T. Mitchell - (1806-1836) son of James Mitchell & Elizabeth Jourdan
Jourdan H. Mitchell - (bet 1800-1810 - died bef 1850) son of William Mitchell and Elizabeth Hill
J. W. Sanford - (1800 -?) son of Martha Goodwin Mitchell and Jesse Sanford
J. J. Slatter - married to Polly Mitchell eldest daughter of William Mitchell and Elizabeth Hill
1840 Census, Harris County, Georgia
John Mitchell 50-60 with 1M 10-15; 1F 50-60
John Mitchell
1M 10-15 (Solon)
1M 50-60 (John Mitchell)
1F 50-60 (Elizabeth Wood Mitchell)
John dies in Harris County in 1841.
Elizabeth Wood Mitchell is listed in the 1850 census of Harris County, age 62, living with Solon W. Mitchell, age 23, a known son of John and Elizabeth.
1850 Census Harris County Georgia
Elizabeth Mitchell 62 F b. Ga.
Solon W. Mitchell 23 M b. Ga. O. C. C..?
The "unknown " children of John and Eliz. Wood Mitchell include possibly William. In Green Wood's plantation Journal 1852, appear notations: On 18 November, "Wm and Solon Mitchell arrived this evening," and on 1 December "Wm and Solon Mitchell started in the stage for Alabama."
A John Mitchell administered the estate of a David Mitchell in Tuscaloosa County, 1837.
There are 4 other Mitchell Marriages in Harris County:
Amanda M. Mitchell to Gilford P. Golden 24 Jan 1846 - (This should be Mianda Mitchell to Gilford Gilder)
Mianda is the daughter of Cadwell Mitchell.
Mary Mitchell to E. A. Roberts 1 Jan 1839 - Mary is Cadwell's daughter also.
Ann Mitchell to Griggin Taylor 12 May 1835 - can't find info on them.
Mary Ann Mitchell to Jackson Vicory/Vickery - not our Mitchell
Columbus Enquirer 3 Feb 1841 John Mitchell applies for letters of admin. estate of Benjamin Mitchell.


General Notes: Child - James MITCHELL

Southern Recorder, Sep. 17, 1827, page 3: "And whereas Randolph MITCHELL applies for letters of administration on the estate of his father, James MITCHELL, dec'd: ..."


General Notes: Child - Dr. Thomas James MITCHELL

"Thomas MITCHELL (son of John and Sarah MITCHELL) was born in Dinwiddie County, Va. He came with his father to Georgia about 1784 or 1785. He married Mary WOOD, daughter of General Solomon WOOD of Jefferson County, Ga. The date of birth of Thomas MITCHELL does not appear in the records but his wife "Polly" was born November 27, 1785; died 1858. Her will is on file in Montgomery, Ala. Thomas MITCHELL moved from Hancock County, Ga., to Alabama and was one of the early settlers of Montgomery County. He was a prominent doctor and his wife, in a book, "Early Settlers of Alabama," is called "one of the noblest women of her day, loved and respected by rich and poor for her great charity and kindness." (History of Hancock County, Georgia)


General Notes: Child - Martha Goodwin MITCHELL

Martha Goodwin Mitchell SANDFORD's is in the SANFORD CEMETERY in Baldwin County, Georgia. It is next to the grave of her husband, Jesse SANFORD. Information for Martha Goodwin SANFORD is given as "ca. 1771 Feb 23, 1827 Aged 56 years. (Maiden name per TT. Only "G." appears on her stone.) (http://www.friendsofcems.org/Baldwin/)
Martha died five days after her husband, Jesse.


General Notes: Child - William MITCHELL

William Mitchell and Martha Hill were the parents of Julius C. B. Mitchell, b. 1819, d. 1869. William was the brother of Julius C. B. Mitchell who married Katherine Daniell. William and Martha raised their family near or at Glennville and were close to "ours". I have letters talking about the children visiting, etc. (Tuck Wilson)


General Notes: Child - Augustus George Cadwell MITCHELL

Augustus Cadwell MITCHELL was born about 1788 and died before 1840. He married Elizabeth HILL.

Augustus is believed to be buried between his wife, Elizabeth W. HILL, and their daughter, Volegia, in Pine Hill Cemetery, Auburn, Lee County, Alabama. An unmarked adult slab marks this grave. [Thanks to Hank Rogers for this information. See Find A Grave Memorial# 61875938.]


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth MITCHELL

Elizabeth MITCHELL married Henry BLAKE. They moved to Mississippi. In September, 1841, about seven months after Henry, her only son, was killed near Eufaula, Alabama, she returned from Mississippi to visit the grave in the Mitchell Cemetery. Elizabeth collapsed on her only son's grave, never to regain consciousness. Elizabeth is buried beside her son who was robbed and murdered at the age of 19. On her grave are the words "died of grief".

"Elizabeth [Mitchell] Blake, from Mississippi, allegedly dropped dead at the grave of her son when viewing his burial site for the first time."

Elizabeth was buried by her son in the little cemetery across the road from the Baptist church in Glennville, Alabama. It is known generically as "Cemetery on old Glenville Road about 1 mile north of Glenville Plantation" and as Mitchell cemetery or Browder Cematery. A single vertical slab rises between their graves, an inscription for him on one side and hers on the other. Elizabeth's side reads:

SACRED
to the Memory of
ELIZABETH BLAKE,
the mother of
HENRY BLAKE,
who was born
Oct. 30th, 1790,
and died from grief
at the loss of her son
Sept. 28, 1841.

(http://www.alabamaheritage.com/88tombstones.htm. This cemetery is also found mentioned as Mitchell Cemetery and Browdwer Cemetery)

Elizabeth's obituary was published in the Columbus Enquirer, 6 October 1841:
"Died; In Glennville, Barbour Co. Al. .28 Sept 1841 Mrs. Elizabeth Blake..the mother of Henry Blake, her only son, who was murdered in Feb. by George W. Lore..."
(http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/macon/newspapers/columbusenquirer3.htm)


General Notes: Child - Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL

Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL married Catherine B. DANIELL, daughter of Levi DANIELL and Martha Pearson COOK in Hancock County, Georgia. He moved to Harris County, Georgia, before moving again in 1835 to Glennville, Barbour County, Alabama. A portrait of Julius C. B. is known to have been in the possession of his great-grandson, Americus "Mac" MITCHELL of Eufaula, Alabama, and said to picture a very handsome man.

1820 U.S. Census, Georgia, Jones County, Clinton; Series: M33 Roll: 7 Page: 113:
Julius C. B. MITCHELL 2 0 0 1 0 0 || [0/1?] 0 1 0 0
Reads: 2 males under 10, 1 male 16-26; [1 female under 10?], 1 female 16-26.
Others of interest on this page:
Samuel COOK [age 45 and over]
John Mitchell [age 26-45]
James JORDAN Jr. [age 26-45]
James JORDAN Sr. [age 45 and over]
Some others of interest in Jones County:
Page 115:
William ROBERTS [age 26-45]
Polly [Mary?] MITCHELL (Fem) [age 26-45]
William SIMMONS [age 45 and over, female 45 and over]]
Page 120:
Henry MITCHELL [1 male age 45 and over; 1 female 45 and over]
Jordan REESE
Page 121:
James SIMMONS [1 male under 10, 1 male 10-15,1 male 45 or over, female 26-45]
Drury MITCHELL
Page 123:
Richard BLUNT[?] 1 0 0 0 1 0 || 1 0 1 0 0 [1 male 26-45,1 female 16-26]
Page 125:
Anderson RICE 0 1 0 0 1 0 || 3 1 0 1 0
James BLUNT 2 1 0 4 1 0 || 0 0 1 1 0 [1 female age 16-26]
Jesse M. POPE
John POPE
Page 126:
Thomas BLOUNT
Fredrick BUTTS 3 0 0 1 1 0 || 1 0 1 1 0
William BLUNT
Page 127:
William JORDAN Jun 0 0 0 1 0 0 || 0 0 1 0 0
Page: 134
Stephen EILANDS 1 0 0 0 1 0 || 2 0 1 0 0
Page 135:
William MITCHELL 3 0 0 0 1 0 || 3 0 0 1 0
William JORDAN 2 1 0 0 1 0 || 3 2 0 1 1
Page 139
Robert MITCHELL 5 2 1 3 0 1 || 3 3 2 1 0
Page 140:
Thomas MITCHELL 2 0 0 0 1 1 || 2 2 0 1 0
1820 U.S. Census, Georgia, Warren County, No Twp, Capt. Benjn Culpepper's Dist.; Series: M33 Roll: 7 Page: 245:
Wm H. BLOUNT 1 . 1 . 1 . || . 1 . 1 . || . 8 0 . 5 2 1 .
Capt. Henry Loyless' District, Page: 268:
Line 15 Robt. MITCHELL . . . . . 1 || . . . 1 .
Reads: 1 male over 45; 1 female 26-45.
Capt. Henry Loyless' District, Page: 258
Line 41 John MITCHELL Sen. 2 2 1 1 1 . || 2 . . . 1 || . 2
Reads: 2 males under 10, 2 males 10-16, 1 male 16-18, 1 male 16-26, 1 male 26-45; 2 females under 10, 1 female over 45.

1830 U.S. Census, Georgia, Jones County, No Twp; Series: M19 Roll: 18 Page: 454:
Line 16 MITCHELL John . 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . || . 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . . .
Reads: 1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 40-50; 1 female 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 30-40.
Line 17 MITCHELL Julius C. B. . 2 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . ||. 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . .
Reads: 2 males 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 30-40; 1 female 5-10, 1 female 20-30.
Line 19 MITCHELL Elizabeth 1 2 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . || . . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
1 male 0-5, 2 males 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 15-20, 1 male 30-40; 1 female 20-30.
1830 U.S. Census, Georgia, Harris County, No Twp; Series: M19 Roll: 18
Page: 181: John JORDAN . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . || . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Page: 186:
Wylie COOK 1 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . || . . 2 . . 1 . . . . . . .
Page: 187:
Elizabeth HARPER . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . || . 2 . 2 . . 1 . . . . . . .
Wm MITCHELL . 2 1 . 1 . 1 . . . . . . || 2 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . .
Page: 190:
Line 24 Brittian BLOUNT 1 2 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . || 2 1 2 . . 1 . . . . . . .
Reads: 1 male under 5, 2 males 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 40-50; 2 females under 5, 1 female 5-10, 2 females 10-15, 1 female 30-40.
Next door is Julius C. B. MITCHELL's uncle:
Line 25 Randolph MITCHELL 2 . 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . || 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . .

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Harris County, Dotson's Dist.; Series: M704 Roll: 43 Page: 252:
Line 12 T. MITCHELL . . 2 . . . . 1 . . . . . || . . . 2 . . . 1 . . . . .
Line 13 W. MITCHELL . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . || . . . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Whitehead's Dist.; Page: 258:
Line 17 G. W. BLOUNT 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . || . . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
Line 18 B. BLOUNT . 1 1 2 . . 1 . . . . . . || 1 2 2 . . . 1 . . . . . .
Reads: 1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 2 males 15-20, 1 male 40-50; 1 female under 5, 2 females 5-10, 2 females 10-15, 1 female 40-50.
Humphries' Dist; Page: 274:
Line 1 E. A. ROBERTS . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . || 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
Line 2 Elizabith MITCHELL . . . . . . . . . . . . . || . . 1 2 . . 1 1 . . . . .
Reads: No males; 1 female 10-15, 2 females 15-20. 1 female 40-50, 1 female 50-60 [Elizabeth WOOD, widow of John MITCHELL. RLD]
Humphries' Dist; Page: 278:
Line 3 John MITCHELL . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . || . . . . . . . 1 . . . . .
Line 4 William MITCHELL . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . || . 2 1 2 1 . 2 . . . . .

Between 1835 and 1840, some MITCHELL and DANIELL families migrated from Georgia to Barbour County, Alabama.

1840 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, No Twp; Series: M704 Roll: 1 Page: 65: Julius MITCHELL 1 male 10-15, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 40-50 [Julius C. B.]; 1 female 40-50 [Catherine B.]. Next door is John B. GLENN. Julius is three names from "James DANNEL" [James Levi DANIELL], Julius' brother-in-law.

Julius is buried in Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama. His gravestone, pictured on Find A Grave Memorial# 13790152, created by Liz on Mar 30, 2006, states:

SACRED
to the memory of
JULIUS C. B. MITCHELL,
who was born
July 24th 1795,
and died
Jan. 30th 1848.
---
He lived and died an
[remainder not visible]

picture

John MITCHELL




Husband John MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Augustus George Cadwell MITCHELL (Abt 1788-Bef 1840)
       Mother: Elizabeth W. HILL (1797-1852)





Wife (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

picture
Major John MITCHELL and Elizabeth WOOD




Husband Major John MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 1774 - Dinwiddie County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1841 - Harris County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Lt. John MITCHELL, RS-VA (1748-1804) 679,1840
       Mother: Sarah THWEATT (1761-Bef 1807) 531,1328


     Marriage: 23 Dec 1810



Wife Elizabeth WOOD 937

         Born: Abt 1787 937
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1850
       Buried: 


       Father: Gen. Solomon WOOD (      -      )
       Mother: 




Children
1 F Ellen Emeline MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 1812 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 May 1837 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William MAUGHON (      -Bef 1834)
         Marr: 6 Feb 1828 - Jones County, Georgia
       Spouse: Austin M. WALKER, M.D. (      -      )
         Marr: 23 May 1834 - Harris County, Georgia


2 F Sarah Eason MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 1813 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Hiram W. BROOKS (Cir 1810-      )
         Marr: 21 Mar 1832 - Harris County, Georgia


3 F Caroline MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 1816 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Sep 1826 - Jones County, Georgia
       Buried: 



4 F Henrietta MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 1817 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Julia MITCHELL 936

         Born: Abt 1818 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Frances L. MITCHELL 1225

         Born: 22 Jan 1821 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 Feb 1892 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery
       Spouse: Alexander McDOUGALD (living)


7 M Solon W. MITCHELL 936,937

         Born: Abt 1827 - Georgia 938
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: H. A. (Abt 1833-      ) 938
         Marr: Bef 1854



General Notes: Husband - Major John MITCHELL

John MITCHELL moved to Georgia with his father, John, and two brothers, Thomas and James, about 1785. He married Elizabeth WOOD, a daughter of General Solomon WOOD of Jefferson County, Georgia on 23 December 1810. His brother, Thomas married Elizabeth's sister, Mary. John later moved to Harris County, Georgia, dying there.
John is named as "Major John MITCHELL" in the published notices of the marriages of two of his daughters, Sarah F. in 1832, and Ellen in 1834.

1840 U.S. Census, Harris County, Humphries' District No. 1; Series: M704 Roll: 43 Page: 274:
Line 2 Elizabeth MITCHELL [No males]|| . . 1 2 . . 1 1 . . . . .
Reads: 1 female 10-15, 2 females 15-20, 1 female 40-50, 1 female 50-60.
1840 U.S. Census, Harris County, Humphries' District No. 5; Series: M704 Roll: 43 Page: 278:
Line 3 John MITCHELL . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . || . . . . . . 1 . . . . .
Reads: 1 male 10-15, 1 male 50-60; 1 female 50-60.
Line 4 William MITCHELL . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . || . 2 1 2* 2* . 2 . . . . .
Reads: 1 male 20-30, 1 male 50-60; 2 females 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 2 females 15-20, 2 females 20-30, 2 females 40 50. [*These 2 numbers are lighter than other entries, valid entries or not? RLD]

David Leon "Tuck" Wilson provides the below:
John3 Mitchell (John2, Thomas1) was born Bef. 1785 in Dinwiddie County, Virginia, and died 1841 in Harris County, Georgia (Source: Cases in Law and Equity Supreme Court of the State of Georgia, Vol 17, p 52-
55, John Mitchell qualified as executor ... until his death in 1841.). He married Elizabeth Wood 23 Dec 1810 in Jasper County, Georgia, daughter of Solomon Wood and Elizabeth Eason. She was born 16 Jan 1788 in Georgia
(Source: Census of 1850, Harris County Georgia.), and died Aft. 1850.
Notes for John Mitchell:
John Mitchell was born between 1780 - 1790 (1840 Harris County Census). Family tradition is that the family had moved to Hancock County Georgia in 1785 and John is listed as being born in Virginia, so perhaps he was born between 1780 and 1785. I think I have his marriage record to Elizabeth Wood: John Mitchell to "Ann Wood" 23 Dec 1810, recorded in Jasper County Georgia.
The 1820 census lists two John MITCHELLs in Hancock County.
1820 US Census, Hancock County, Georgia
John Mitchell Sen (?)
2M 0-10
2M 10-15
1M 16-18
1M 16-26
1M 26-45
2F 0-10
1F >45
I don't know who this is. John Mitchell Sr. died 1804 and Sarah Thweatt died 1807.
On the same page:
John Mitchell
1M 0-10 (?, no record of a son born 1810-1820)
1M 26-45 (John Mitchell)
3F 0-10 (Ellen, Sarah, Henrietta - Julia died "early", no record on Caroline)
1F 26-45 ( Elizabeth Wood Mitchell)
John Mitchell moved from Hancock County with his youngest brother, Julius C. B. Mitchell, to Jones County before 1830.
1830 US Census, Jones County, Georgia
John Mitchell
1M 5-10 (Solon b 1827)
1M 10-15 ?
1M 40-50 (John Mitchell)
1F 5-10 (Frances L. b. 1/22/1821)
1F 10-15 ( Ellen married in 1828 but Sarah and Henrietta should be home.)
1F 30-40 (Elizabeth Wood Mitchell)
In the 1830 Jones Census, John is enumerated next to Julius C B Mitchell and a widow named Elizabeth Mitchell with many young children. (I think this Elizabeth could be Elizabeth Jourdan Mitchell, recent widow of James
Mitchell who died 1827-28 in Harris County) or Elizabeth Hill Mitchell, wife of Cadwell Mitchell.
John may have been the John Mitchell that built the Old Clinton Hotel there ca. 1820 (The History of Jones County by Williams). They did not stay long but moved to Harris County, Georgia (see White, "Historical Collections" p 493). He is in records shortly after 1830 in Harris County.
I have 2 letters from a Lucia or Lecia Mitchell that for many years I thought was a daughter of John Mitchell. She writes from Mulberry Grove in Harris County on Nov. 16, 1845, mentioning a sister "H" that I assumed was Henrietta. She mentioned Solon as if he was a part of the household. She also mentioned Kate who was combing her hair, and I assumed Kate was a sister and one of John Mitchell's lost children. In a second letter by Lucia or Lecia, written April 4, 1846, the family or part of it, has moved to Auburn, Alabama. There are seven known and seven unknown children, (Lucia was previously unknown) in this family so all of this is plausible. However, census data shows no girls the age of Kate and Lucia/Lecia. Elizabeth Wood Mitchell never moved to Alabama but lived with her son Solon in the 1850 Harris County Census.
Recently, I discoverd a tombstone in Auburn, Alabama (Pinehill Cemetery) of Volecia Drake. She is seen as Valencia, Volecia, and Volecia V. A. Mitchell in various trees. She is not listed in Fanny Mitchell's Mitchell
Genealogy found in "History of Hancock County" as a child of Cadwell but the following tombstone inscription should leave no doubt:
Volegia V A DRAKE, wife of John W. Drake, Daughter of Augustus G C & Elizabeth Mitchell 18 Dec. 1825 - 25 May 1960, Married 22 Feb. 1848, Born Jones Co., GA
Cadwell Mitchell died prior to the 1840 Census. By 1850, his wife Elizabeth Hill Mitchell had moved from Harris County, Georgia to Auburn, Macon County, Alabama, to be with all her daughters, all located in Macon County in 1850. Volecia married in 1848 to J. W. W. Drake and lived there until her death in 1860.
John Mitchell died in Harris County Georgia in 1841. He died testate but I couldn't find the will in the Harris County courthouse.
28 Jul 1832 Columbus Enquirer - "Fourth of July Celebration - At Major John Mitchell's Mills"
The following gentlemen offered toasts: R. W. Armor, Joseph R. Bedell, Thomas J. Bedell, Z. Bias, Major Ezekiel Brown, Ezekiel Brown, Jr, Elisha Calhoun, William L. Candler, Major A. B. Dawson, Moses S. Duke, A.
Glenn, Thomas Hicks, Col Henry H. Lowe, Edwin T. Mitchell, Jordan H. Mitchell, J. W. Sanford, John J. Slatter, James Taylor, Thomas Taylor, David W. Walker, N. G. Walker, Thacker V. Walker, William G. Walker, & Robert Wildow.
People Identified From Above:
Edwin T. Mitchell - (1806-1836) son of James Mitchell & Elizabeth Jourdan
Jourdan H. Mitchell - (bet 1800-1810 - died bef 1850) son of William Mitchell and Elizabeth Hill
J. W. Sanford - (1800 -?) son of Martha Goodwin Mitchell and Jesse Sanford
J. J. Slatter - married to Polly Mitchell eldest daughter of William Mitchell and Elizabeth Hill
1840 Census, Harris County, Georgia
John Mitchell 50-60 with 1M 10-15; 1F 50-60
John Mitchell
1M 10-15 (Solon)
1M 50-60 (John Mitchell)
1F 50-60 (Elizabeth Wood Mitchell)
John dies in Harris County in 1841.
Elizabeth Wood Mitchell is listed in the 1850 census of Harris County, age 62, living with Solon W. Mitchell, age 23, a known son of John and Elizabeth.
1850 Census Harris County Georgia
Elizabeth Mitchell 62 F b. Ga.
Solon W. Mitchell 23 M b. Ga. O. C. C..?
The "unknown " children of John and Eliz. Wood Mitchell include possibly William. In Green Wood's plantation Journal 1852, appear notations: On 18 November, "Wm and Solon Mitchell arrived this evening," and on 1 December "Wm and Solon Mitchell started in the stage for Alabama."
A John Mitchell administered the estate of a David Mitchell in Tuscaloosa County, 1837.
There are 4 other Mitchell Marriages in Harris County:
Amanda M. Mitchell to Gilford P. Golden 24 Jan 1846 - (This should be Mianda Mitchell to Gilford Gilder)
Mianda is the daughter of Cadwell Mitchell.
Mary Mitchell to E. A. Roberts 1 Jan 1839 - Mary is Cadwell's daughter also.
Ann Mitchell to Griggin Taylor 12 May 1835 - can't find info on them.
Mary Ann Mitchell to Jackson Vicory/Vickery - not our Mitchell
Columbus Enquirer 3 Feb 1841 John Mitchell applies for letters of admin. estate of Benjamin Mitchell.


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth WOOD

See letter by Emily Emeline Mitchell, saved in her General notes.

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Harris County, Negro Heel Dist.; Series: M432 Roll: 73 Page: 132: 1164 1231 Elizabeth Mitchell 62 F W 2500 GA; Solen W. " 23 M W None GA.

David Leon "Tuck" Wilson provides: Known as Betsy by the Wood family. Her will is in the Harris County Index.


General Notes: Child - Ellen Emeline MITCHELL

Provided by David Leon "Tuck" Wilson:
Ellen Emeline Mitchell, born Abt. 1812 in Georgia, died 30 May 1837 in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. She married (1) William Moughon 06 Feb 1828 in Jones County, Georgia (Source: Marriage Index: Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina 1641 - 1944.). She married (2) Dr. A. M. Walker 23 May 1834 in Harris County, Georgia (Source: Columbus Enquirer, 6/6/1834, Married Harris County 23 May 1834 by Rev Mr. Hand, Dr. A. M. Walker of Columbus to Miss (Mrs.- DLW) Ellen E. Moughon , eldest daughter of Maj. John Mitchell.).
Notes for Ellen Emeline Mitchell:
Marries William Maughan and has child Elizabeth. She second marries Austin Walker.
Columbus Enquirer 1 Jun 1837 - died 30 May 1837 in this city, Mrs, Ellen Emeline, consort to Austin M. Walker, age 25, 2 children.

The following letter was written by Ellen Emeline MITCHELL. This transcription was graciously shared by Leon David "Tuck" Wilson who also provides identies of individuals mention in it.
MitchellEllen1
Envelope :
M Emera A. E. Thrasher
Salem
Clark County
Georgia
postmarked Clinton, Oct 3
Also on the envelope faintly on the left middle is : E. M. Parker
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Palmetto Groves, Jones County October 1 1826
Esteemed Cousin
It has become my painful duty to inform you of the Death of my beloved Sister Caroline.
Her voice is forever hushed and her eyes, closed in Death. Though she has departed from our sight, she shall never, no never be forgot, she has bid
Farewell to pain and sorrow
Farewell to sin and strife
In happiness and glory
She will spend and (sic) endless life.
Sister Caroline was taken sick the day the day you left here and died the 15th. Oh, that parting hour who can imagine the agony but we that ___ (ope?) our lovely and amiable Sisters
extended on their _____ beds see their eyes robed (sic) of it's luster and Death in all his terror _____ over there (sic) mortal remains. when her cheek on which had lately sat the bloom and fascination of youth, was steadily fixed apparently on the beauteous spheres of fair and more
delight full worlds whether her calm and gentle spirit seemed mediating its flight. She spoke a language worthy of her which the frozen toning of ink never learned to speak or mimic. 2 days before her death she got happy, there were some religious persons in the room she asked them to sing and pray for her but the Doctors would not allow them. She then shouted Hallalujah to the Lamb and sung
Come ye sinners, poor and needy.
She then prayed the most affecting prayer I ever heard in all my life, she said she wished to talk to us all and she did so, she talked very calm and deliberately she said she was going to die and leave us all, if it was God's wish that she should live she would be willing, as it was not she was willing said she did not know as she should ever be better prepared than she was. She asked for 3 glasses of water repeatedly this they refused she said she did not want the water so bad she only wanted it for the sake of the Father Son and Holy Ghost the Doctors even refused her this, she then said she would soon in Abraham's bosom where she should drink the fairest and best water
She then asked us all for 3 _____ apiece and told us she would die at 10 o'clock and sure enough the lovely and amiable Carolines voice was forever hushed her last words were be-lie-ve. She requested to me to write to all her friends and tell them she was gone to heaven and they must prepare to meet her there.
Cousin Emera It is very sickly in Jones County at this time Uncle Julius has had a very sever (sic) attack of the Billious fever we thought he would die but he is up and about but his little son is very sick. Uncle Cad has two children likely to die Harriotte and Augustus, Cousin Mary Mitchell is very sick. Cousin Mary Moughon is very sick and has lost a son. Mother keeps in good health but my health and Papa's has been very bad. Excuse bad writing and write soon. You must call by as you go on to Alabama. Present my love and complements to Mr. Thrasher and except (sic) the greatest share for yourself.
Ellen E. Mitchell
Mrs Emera A. E. Thrasher
_____________________________________________________________________
Addendum DLW:
"Uncle Julius" - Julius C. B. Mitchell, the youngest of the clan, married to Catherine Daniell Mitchell. They only had one son of record, Americus Columbus Mitchell, b. 18 Nov 1819.
"Uncle Cad" - Augustus Cadwell Mitchell, also seen as Augustus George Cadwell Mitchell, known as Cadwell, one of the older Mitchell children. He married Elizabeth W. Hill (1797-1852). This letter is the first reference to his child, Augustus, whose full name may be Augustus John.
Cousin Mary Mitchell
Mary Mitchell, dau of William Mitchell & Martha Hill b. after 1808 marries JJ Slatter 1827 in Jones county - likely
Cousin Mary Moughon - Mary Sanford b. abt 1792, d. bef 1850, father was Jesse Sanford, mother was Martha Goodwin Mitchell. She married Thomas Moughon, b. 1787 in N. C. , died 1851 Jones County Georgia. Thomas and Mary were in Baldwin county in 1820, Jones in 1830 and 1850 (1840 not found.). Mary dies before 1850.
"Mother" - Elizabeth Wood, (1788 - aft.1850)
"Papa" - John Mitchell ( abt 1785 - 1841)
Ellen A. E. Mitchell - the author, Ellen Emeline Mitchell, b. abt 1812, d. 1837. She writes an amazing letter for someone about 14 years of age. She goes on to marry a William Moughon in Jones County 6 Feb 1828 and William dies in Jones County in 1830. I don't have the relationship of William to Thomas Moughon who marries Mary Sanford but there should be one.
Mrs. Emera E. Thrasher - the recipient, daughter of Dr. Thomas Mitchell and Mary "Polly" Wood


General Notes: Child - Sarah Eason MITCHELL

From David Leon "Tuck" Wilson:
Sarah Eason Mitchell, born Abt. 1813.

"24 Mar 1832 Columbus Enquirer: Married - In Harris Co, Mr Hiram W. Brooks of Apalachicola, Fla to Miss Sarah E. Mitchell, the second dau of Major John Mitchell of Harris Co, on Wednesday last. By J. Bedell, Esq." Elsa Vorwerk has her birth as 1813, an educated guess as that would make her 19 when she married.


General Notes: Child - Caroline MITCHELL

From David Leon "Tuck" Wilson:
See Mitchell, Ellen letter on file for details of Caroline's death.
From:
[PDF file online: Mitchell_desc-3.pdf, 144 pages]
Prepared by:
Henry T. Poole III
310 Summerhill Place
Warner Robins, GA 31088-7420
(478)922-3692
htpiii@hom.net
Henrietta MITCHELL was born. She died. Henrietta, Caroline, and Julia had been away to school in Salem, North Carolina. Returning home in a carriage, they caught a fever and all of them died.


General Notes: Child - Henrietta MITCHELL

Notes below from David Leon "Tuck" Wilson:
"Henry Poole wrote 'Henrietta MITCHELL was born. She died. Henrietta, Caroline, and Julia had been away to school in Salem, North Carolina. Returning home in a carriage, they caught a fever and all of them died.' This is not borne out by the 1826 Ellen Mitchell letter describing sister Caroline's death.
Henrietta could be the Henrietta J Mitchell that married Joseph Burch Harris County 1843. My candidate for Joseph would be Joseph W, s/o John Burch & Eliz Wright, married Eliza Ann Temple (earlier?). This is all very tentative in my database, without solid sources.
I have not found anything further on these two people.
[Possible marriage record] "Henrietta J. Mitchell, born Abt. 1817. She married Joseph Burch 15 May 1843 in Harris County, Georgia (Source: (1) Marriage Index : Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina 1641-1944, Mitchell, Henrietta J. to Joseph Burch 15 May 1843., (2) Gagenweb, Joseph Burch Henrietta J. Mitchell 15 May 1843.).
Notes for Henrietta J. Mitchell:
My candidate for Joseph would be Joseph W, s/o John Burch & Eliz Wright, married Eliza Ann Temple (earlier?). This is all very tentative in my database, without solid sources."


General Notes: Child - Julia MITCHELL

From David Leon "Tuck" Wilson:
"Julia Mitchell, born Abt. 1818.
Notes for Julia Mitchell:
Died young, according to Fanny Mitchell in the "History of Hancock County."


General Notes: Child - Frances L. MITCHELL

From David Leon "Tuck" Wilson:
"Frances L. (Fanny) Mitchell, born 22 Jan 1821 in Georgia; died 05 Feb 1892 in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. She married Alexander McDougald 25 Dec 1838 in Muscogee County, Georgia.
(Source: Marriage Index: Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina 1641 - 1944.); died 10 Jul 1856 in Columbus, Muscogee County Georgia.
Notes for Frances L. (Fanny) Mitchell:
Married 25 Dec 1838 in Muscogee County Ga. Alexander McDougald. She has 5 girls. She is buried in Linwood Cemetery, Columbus."

Find A Grave Memorial# 47797106


General Notes: Child - Solon W. MITCHELL

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Harris County, Mulberry Grove P O; Series: M653 Roll: 126 Page: 588:
583 583 Solon MITCHELL 33 M Farmer 3850 54,630 GA; H. A. " 27 F GA; M. S. " 6 F GA; B. W. " 4 F GA; J. W. " 2 M GA.
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Captain John MITCHELL




Husband Captain John MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: John William MITCHELL (      -      )
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General Notes: Husband - Captain John MITCHELL

Lived near Montgomery, Alabama. Descsendants there.
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John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL and Frances Matilda ODELL




Husband John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL 2643,2644

         Born: 23 Jul 1826 - Lexington District, South Carolina 2651
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         Died: 28 Jun 1908 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2651
       Buried:  - Mitchell Family Cemetery 2651


       Father: William Carey MITCHELL (1785-1880) 2644,2654
       Mother: Sarah Ann LEE (1794-      ) 2644


     Marriage: Bef 1858

 Other Spouse: Sarah Blakely LARK (1834-1909) 2644 - After Jan 1868



Wife Frances Matilda ODELL 2643,2644

         Born: 8 Aug 1834 - Laurens District, South Carolina 2651
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 Jan 1868 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2651
       Buried:  - Mitchell Family Cemetery 2651


Children
1 M John William MITCHELL 2643,2651

         Born: 5 Jul 1856 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2643
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         Died: 19 Jul 1921 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2651
       Buried:  - Mitchell Family Cemetery 2651



2 F Mary Emily MITCHELL 2641,2643,2644

         Born: 22 Aug 1858 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2642,2643
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         Died: 26 Sep 1934 - Akron, Ohio 2642
       Buried: 30 Sep 1934 - Mount of Olives Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina 2642
       Spouse: Dr. Clarence Franklin STROTHER (1855-1924) 2631,2641
         Marr: 1880 2644


3 M Wilson MITCHELL 4918

         Born: 2 Nov 1867 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2651
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         Died: 28 May 1868 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2651
       Buried:  - Mitchell Family Cemetery 2651



4 F Sallie Sophia MITCHELL 2644,2654,4511

         Born: Apr 1862 - South Carolina 4511
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       Spouse: James Barre GUESS (1859-      ) 2644,4511
         Marr: Abt 1884


5 F Ruth MITCHELL 2644,2654,4164

         Born: Dec 1863 - South Carolina 4164
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       Spouse: Nathaniel B. DIAL (1861-      ) 2644,4164



General Notes: Husband - John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Lexington County, Sandy Run; Series: M653 Roll: 1222 Page: 455: 1778 1728 J. A. MITCHELL 33 M Farmer 3.500 11,750 Lexington; Fannie " 25 F Lexington; John W. " 3 M Lexington; Mary E. " 1 F Lexington.

John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL and family has not been located in the 1870 census.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Lexington County, Gilbert Hollow; Series: T9 Roll: 1234 Page: 414: 24 33 MITCHELL John W M 53 M Farmer SC VA SC; -- Sarah W F 46 Wife Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Sallie W F 19 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Ruth W F 16 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Naomie W F 2 Dau At home SC SC SC; MITCHELL Judy Mul F 18 Servant TX TX SC.
Next door is John's father and John's son William:
25 34 MITCHELL W. Carey W M 95 Wd Infimities VA VA VA; -- Mary W F 50 Dau S Keping house SC VA SC; -- Harriot [sic] W F 47 Dau S At home SC VA SC; -- William 23 GrSon S Farmer SC SC SC; BODIE Sophia W F 80 Sister S At home SC SC SC.


General Notes: Wife - Frances Matilda ODELL

Frances Matilda ODELL is said to be "of Laurens, South Carolina" in the Batesburg - Leesville Araea History. The 1860 census provides that she was born in Lexington District, South Carolina..

Frances Matilda's grave in the Mitchell Family Cemetery, Lexington, South Carolina, records her death in 1868.

Side node: In an interesting parallel family, the 1870 census lists a Frances MITCHEL [sic], 33, in Anderson County, South Carolina. John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL is not with her and has not been found in this census. While unlikely this would be Frances Matilda ODELL, William and Mary ages 13 and 11 fit the family as of 1860. Sallie, 8, would match up with John's daughter Sallie, 19, in the 1880 census of Lexington County.
1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Anderson County, Honea Path Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1482 Page: 572: 276 263 MITCHEL Frances 33 F W Keeping house --- 200 SC; -- Wm 13 M W Day laborer SC; -- Mary 11 F W At home SC; -- Sallie 8 F W At home SC.


General Notes: Child - Mary Emily MITCHELL

Mary Emily MITCHELL, daughter of John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL and Frances Matilda ODELL, born about 1858or 59, was called "Emmie" and "Emma." She is named as "Mary E." age 1 in the 1860 census of Lexington County, South Carolina. Named as Emily in the 1910 census of Edgefield County, South Carolina. She was born 22 August 1858 and died 26 Sep 1934.

JOHNSTON COUNTY WOMAN PASSES IN AKRON
Johnston, S. C., Sept. 28 - Mrs. Mary Emily Mitchell Strother, widow of the late Dr. Clarence Strother, and a resident of this section for over a score of years, died yesterday in Akron, Ohio, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Richards. She had been visiting in the Ohio city for several months and had been in ill health for a long period. Brief services were held in Akron before the departure of the body for this city. The body will arrive here today and funeral rites will be conducted Sunday by the Rev. J. H. Kohler and the Rev. Hamlin Edge. Burial will be at the Mount of Olives cemetery at 4 p. m. Sunday. Mrs. Strother, who was 57 [or 67?] years of age, is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Carl Richards, Akron, Ohio and Mrs. Herbert Eidson, Leesville, S. C.; and one half-sister, Mrs. Frank Hendrix, also of Leesville. (From a photocopy of the obituary published in the Sept 29, 1934, in the Augusta Chronicle, Richmond County, Georgia, received from Billie Jones, 12/19/2007) [Sunday was 30 Septmeber 1934.]

"Emmie Mitchell Strother Aug 22, 1858/68 - Sept 26, 1934" (Billie Jones, billee@truvista.net, 12/17/2007)
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John Fondren MITCHELL and Anne MONTGOMERY




Husband John Fondren MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: 2Lt. Robert Goodwin MITCHELL, C. S. A. (1843-1926)
       Mother: Amaretta FONDREN (      -      )


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John Gordon MITCHELL




Husband John Gordon MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Robert Goodwin MITCHELL
       Mother: Mary O. ACOSTA





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John M. MITCHELL




Husband John M. MITCHELL 2212

         Born: Abt 1854 - South Carolina 2212
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       Father: Alexander Robert MITCHELL (Abt 1819-1867) 2212
       Mother: Ann Rebecca MAGILL (1828-1884) 2212





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John Raines MITCHELL




Husband John Raines MITCHELL

         Born: 6 Dec 1802 - Hancock County, Georgia
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         Died: 12 Jul 1826 - Georgia
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       Father: Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA (1756-1826) 2890
       Mother: Anne RAINES (1762-1832) 2890





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John William MITCHELL




Husband John William MITCHELL 2643,2651

         Born: 5 Jul 1856 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2643
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         Died: 19 Jul 1921 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2651
       Buried:  - Mitchell Family Cemetery 2651


       Father: John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL (1826-1908) 2643,2644
       Mother: Frances Matilda ODELL (1834-1868) 2643,2644





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Jordan H. MITCHELL




Husband Jordan H. MITCHELL 4602

         Born: Jan 1879 - Alabama 4601
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       Father: Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA (Abt 1840-Bef 1900) 1840
       Mother: Mary Louisa UPSHAW (1847-      ) 1395,4602





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Josephine MITCHELL




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Wife Josephine MITCHELL

         Born: 27 Jan 1893 - Muscogee County, Georgia
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         Died: 27 Jan 1893 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery


       Father: Julius Caesar MITCHELL (1868-1916) 1091
       Mother: Ellen Jane HARDIN (1871-1944) 1090,1091




Children

General Notes: Wife - Josephine MITCHELL

Josephine MITCHELL is buried beside her parents Jule and Ellen Hardin MITCHELL in Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. A picture of her grave stone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 62072473 reated by Linda Farmer Ames on Nov 23, 2010:

JOSEPHINE
Daughter of J. and E. H.
MITCHELL
BORN & DIED
JAN. 27, 1893



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Josiah Law MITCHELL




Husband Josiah Law MITCHELL 1091

         Born: Abt Mar 1894 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1092
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         Died: 26 Oct 1924 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1091,4598
       Buried: 27 Oct 1924 - Linwood Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia


       Father: Julius Caesar MITCHELL (1868-1916) 1091
       Mother: Ellen Jane HARDIN (1871-1944) 1090,1091





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General Notes: Husband - Josiah Law MITCHELL

Josiah Law Mitchell was a son of Julius Caesar Mitchell and Ellen Jane Hardin of Muscogee County, Georgia. The 1900 census lists Josiah, age 6, born "Mar 1833," an obvious error. Age 6 and born in March and indcates his birth about March 1894. His sister Josephine's grave stone records her birth and death on 27 January 1893.


Josiah Law Mitchell
1916
U. S. Navy. 1949 Hamilton Ave., Columbus, Ga. ["General catalogue of Sigma Alpha Epsilon" 1918, page 116]

Josiah's Muscogee County, Georgia Death Certificate, State Registrar File Number 31079, records Josiah Law MITCHELL's birth on 17 March 1894 in Columbus, Georgia, and his death on 26 October 1924 in Columbus at age 30 years, 7 months, and 9 days. His parents were Jule C. MITCHELL, born in Glennnville, Alabama, and Ellen HARDIN, born in Texas. Josiah was single and worked as a secretary doing clerical work. Cause of death was acute Bright's disease which was contracted in Newark, New Jersey. Burial was in Linwood Cemetery on 27 October 1924. Josiah's father, Jule C. MITCHELL of Columbus, was the informant.

Josiah Law MITCHELL is buried in Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 26619080 created by Mike Dover on May 05, 2008:

JOSIAH LAW
MITCHELL
GEORGIA
YEOMAN 1CL
U. S. NAVY
OCTOBER 26, 1924
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Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA and Mary Louisa UPSHAW




Husband Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA 1840

         Born: Abt 1840 - Alabama 4232
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         Died: Bef 1 Jun 1900 4601
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       Father: Jourdan MITCHELL (Cir 1810-Bef 1850) 1840
       Mother: Julia Ann HARDIN (Abt 1815-      ) 1840


     Marriage: 29 Oct 1874 - Barbour County, Alabama

 Other Spouse: Annie HUMBER (      -Bef 1874) 1841 - Abt 1867



Wife Mary Louisa UPSHAW 1395,4602

         Born: 14 Jan 1847 - Barbour County, Alabama 1395
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       Father: William Thomas UPSHAW (1821-1855) 1395
       Mother: Mary Eliza HOLSEY (1824-      ) 1395




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1 M Walter M. MITCHELL 4602

          AKA: Walter B. MITCHELL 4601
         Born: Feb 1876 - Alabama 4601,4602
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2 M Jordan H. MITCHELL 4602

         Born: Jan 1879 - Alabama 4601
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3 F Mary E. MITCHELL 4601

         Born: Dec 1879 - Russell County, Alabama 4602
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4 U MITCHELL 4601

         Born: Abt 1882 - Alabama
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5 M William L. MITCHELL 4601

         Born: Apr 1884 - Alabama 4601
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6 M Malcom H. MITCHELL 4601

         Born: Sep 1886 - Alabama 4601
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7 F Julia Helen MITCHELL 4601,4919

         Born: Nov 1888 - Alabama 4601
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General Notes: Husband - Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA

Privates Warren J. Alston, Jordan H. Mitchell, Randolph Mitchell, and N. B. Mitchell are named in the published muster roll of the City Light Guards, Company A, Second Battalion of Georgia Volunteers, at Camp Lee, near Petersburg, Va., June 20th, 1862. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Sunday, February 20, 1898, Page 6]

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Hatchechubbee; Series: T9 Roll: 30 Page: 549: 192 MITCHELL Jordan H. W M 40 M Farmer AL GA GA; -- Louisa W F 33 Wife M Keeping house AL GA GA; -- Albert E. W M 11 Son S AL AL AL; -- Charles H. W M 9 Son S AL AL AL; -- Walter M. W M 4 Son S AL AL AL; -- Jordan H. W M 2 Son S AL AL AL; -- No name W F 6/12 Dec Dau S AL AL AL.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Louisa UPSHAW

Mary Louisa Upshaw, b: 14 JAN 1847 in Barbour Co., AL. (http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rompina&id=I16187)

"Aunt Mary has two very intelligent daughters Mrs Lou and Fannie MITCHELL. They married two widower brothers." (Comment in letter from "M. E. DANIELL, Glennville, Ala July 17th, 1885, to her cousin, Jim.) [Who's who: "M. E." is Mary E., daughter of John Levi DANIELL and Annette HOLSEY. Aunt Mary is Mary. E. Holsey UPSHAW. Jim is James G. HOLSEY, son of James H. and Sarh L. HOLSEY, who had earlier removed to Texas. Mary Louisa UPSHAW married Jordan MITCHELL. Sarah Frances UPSHAW married Abraham Hill MITCHELL]

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lee County, Auburn; Series: T623 Roll: 25 Page: 171: 116 116 MITCHELL Mary L. Head W F Jan 1847 53 Wd [26, lined out] 7 6 AL GA GA; -- Walter B. Son W M Feb 1876 24 S AL AL AL Farmer; -- Jordan H. Son W M Jan 1879 21 S AL AL AL Farm laborer; -- Mary E. Dau W F Dec 1879 20 S AL AL AL At school; -- William L. Son W M Apl 1884 16 S AL AL AL At school; -- Malcom H. Son W M Feb 1887 13 S AL AL AL At school; -- Julia H. Dau W F Nov 1888 11 S AL AL AL At school.

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lee County, Auburn; Series: T624 Roll: 21 Page: 184: 305 335 MITCHELL Mary L. Head F W 63 Wd - 7 6 AL GA GA Keeper boarding house; -- William Son M W 26 S AL AL AL Professor College; -- Malcolm Som M W 23 S AL AL AL Clerk Drygoods store; -- Helen Dau F W 20 S AL AL AL


General Notes: Child - MITCHELL

This child placed here in memory of the desceased child of Jourdan Hill MITCHELL and Mary Louisa UPSHAW as indicated in the 1900 census of Lee County, Alabama.
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Julia MITCHELL




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Wife Julia MITCHELL 936

         Born: Abt 1818 - Georgia
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       Father: Major John MITCHELL (Abt 1774-1841)
       Mother: Elizabeth WOOD (Abt 1787-After 1850) 937




Children

General Notes: Wife - Julia MITCHELL

From David Leon "Tuck" Wilson:
"Julia Mitchell, born Abt. 1818.
Notes for Julia Mitchell:
Died young, according to Fanny Mitchell in the "History of Hancock County."
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Julia Helen MITCHELL




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Wife Julia Helen MITCHELL 4601,4919

         Born: Nov 1888 - Alabama 4601
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       Father: Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA (Abt 1840-Bef 1900) 1840
       Mother: Mary Louisa UPSHAW (1847-      ) 1395,4602




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Julian Raines MITCHELL




Husband Julian Raines MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: 2Lt. Robert Goodwin MITCHELL, C. S. A. (1843-1926)
       Mother: Amaretta FONDREN (      -      )





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General Notes: Husband - Julian Raines MITCHELL

Of Kanas City, Missouri.
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LaFayette MURDOCK and Juliet MITCHELL




Husband LaFayette MURDOCK 1840

         Born: Abt 1826 - Alabama 4676
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         Died: 1895
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Wife Juliet MITCHELL 4676

         Born: 14 Aug 1827 1840
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         Died: 11 Jul 1870
       Buried: 


       Father: William MITCHELL (1787-1856) 3337
       Mother: Martha HILL (1791-1851) 1840




Children
1 F Sarah J. MURDOCK 4920

         Born: Abt 1847 - Alabama 4920
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2 M William L. MURDOCK 4676

         Born: Abt 1849 - Alabama 4676
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3 M Mitchell MURDOCK 1840

         Born: Abt 1851 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 Jun 1860 - Alabama 4676
       Buried: 



4 F Martha Hill MURDOCK 1840,4676,4921

         Born: Abt 1853 - Alabama 4676
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5 F Julia MURDOCK 4676

         Born: Abt 1857 - Alabama 4676
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6 F Ellen MURDOCK 1840

         Born: Abt 1859 - Alabama 4676
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: MERIWETHER (living)
       Spouse: WILLIAMSON (living)



General Notes: Husband - LaFayette MURDOCK

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, Montgomery P O; Series: M653 Roll: 19 Page: 291:
1378 1342 A. F. PINKSTON 26 M Planter 3,020 11,100 AL;
N. H. " 22 F AL;
1379 1343 F. C. PINKSTON 48 M Planter 25.000 44,047 GA;
Amelia " 32 F AL;
[Among children:]
Lewellen* " 12 M AL.
[*Camillis Lew who married Posey Ellen MITCHELL, b. about 1845, daughter of Julius Caesar Boneparte MITCHELL and Jane M. MURDOCK on 4 May 1870?]
1381 1345 Lafayett MURDOCK 34 M Planter 48,000 85,020 AL;
Juliet " 32 F GA;
Sarah J. " 12 F AL;
William L. " 11 M AL;
Martha " 7 F AL;
Julia " 3 F AL;
Ellen " 1 F AL;
Antenette " BURCH** 11 F AL;
Jennett " 9 F AL;
Jane " 6 F AL
[**These appear to be the children of James Irby BIRCH and Jeannette MITCHELL]
1382 1346 John MOSLEY 20 M Overseer AL.
1383 1347 Sarah A. MURDOCK 55 F [Blank] 1400 17,000 S
[Mother of Lafayette?]

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, Mt. Meigs P O; Series: M593 Roll: 34 Page: 347:
2109 2114 MITCHELL, R. E.*** 43 F W Keeping house 25,000 15,725 AL;
-- L. G. [Lily Grace] 15 F W At school AL
[***Rebecca E. MURDOCK, widow of Julius C.B. MITCHELL]
2110 2115 PINKSTON L. C. 22 M W Physician AL;
-- P. E. [Posey Ellen] 22 F W Keeping house AL;
MURDOCK S. A. 66 F W At hme SC;
BURCH Antoinette 20 F W At home AL;
BURCH J. A. 19 F W At home AL.
2113 2118 CHARLES Richard 27 M M AL;
-- Florence 25 F W Keeping house GA;
-- Mary J. F W AL;
-- Thomas T. 1 M W AL.
2115 2120 MURDOCK Lafeyette 46 M W Farmer 15,000 7,000 AL;
-- Julie 42 F W Keeping house GA;
[Next page, 348]
2116 2121 MURDOCK Sarah J. 23 F W At home AL;
-- William M. 21 M W Farmer AL;
-- Martha Hill 17 F W At home AL;
-- Ellen 11 F W At home AL.


General Notes: Wife - Juliet MITCHELL

Juliet "Julia" MITCHELL, born August 14, 1827, died July 11, 1870, was married to Lafayette MURDOCK. They lived near Mt. Meigs, Alabama.


General Notes: Child - Mitchell MURDOCK

Mitchell MURDOCK is not listed with his family in the 1860 census and believed to have died young.


General Notes: Child - Martha Hill MURDOCK

Called "Mattie."
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Julius MITCHELL




Husband Julius MITCHELL

         Born: 9 May 1851 - Montgomery County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 Apr 1852 - Montgomery County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama


       Father: Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, CSA (1819-1869) 1839,1841
       Mother: Rebecca Ellen MURDOCK (Abt 1826-1881) 1839,1840





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General Notes: Husband - Julius MITCHELL

Julius Mitchell, infant, is buried in Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 68947606:

IN
memory of
JULIUS MITCHELL,
Son of
Julius C. B. and Rebecca E.
MITCHELL,
who was born
May 9th, 1851
and died
April 26th, 1852

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Julius C. MITCHELL and Emily PITTS




Husband Julius C. MITCHELL 1091

         Born: Sep 1895 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1092
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       Father: Julius Caesar MITCHELL (1868-1916) 1091
       Mother: Ellen Jane HARDIN (1871-1944) 1090,1091


     Marriage: 



Wife Emily PITTS (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M Julius C. MITCHELL, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Julius C. MITCHELL

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Glenville, __ January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 40 Page: 291: Fm 19 19 MITCHELL, Jule C. Head O M M W 24 S GA AL AL Farmer General Farm. Lives alone.


General Notes: Wife - Emily PITTS

Of Montgomery, Alabama
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Julius C. MITCHELL, Jr.




Husband Julius C. MITCHELL, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Julius C. MITCHELL (1895-      )
       Mother: Emily PITTS





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Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, CSA and Jane M. MURDOCK




Husband Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, CSA 1839,1841

         Born: 1819 - Georgia 1839
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 Oct 1869 - Montgomery County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama


       Father: William MITCHELL (1787-1856) 3337
       Mother: Martha HILL (1791-1851) 1840


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Rebecca Ellen MURDOCK (Abt 1826-1881) 1839,1840 - Abt 1847 1840



Wife Jane M. MURDOCK (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M Andrew W. MITCHELL

         Born: 16 Nov 1843 - Montgomery County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 Nov 1844 - Montgomery County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama



2 F Posey Ellen MITCHELL 1840,4922

         Born: Abt 1847 - Montgomery County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: Dr. Camillus Lewellen PINKSTON (Abt 1848-      ) 1840,4922
         Marr: 4 May 1870 1840



General Notes: Husband - Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, CSA

Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, C.S.A was born in 1819 in Georgia. Julius provided the funds to outfit two Confederate Army regiments, the 13th and 34th Alabama Regiments. He was a Colonel in Manigault's Brigade in Breckenridge's Division, 34th Alabama Regiment of Infantry.

Julius first married Jane M. MURDOCH on December 1, 1840. W. Atkins, OMG, performed the ceremony. [Montgomery County Marriage Records, 1830-1856, Volume II, p. 73] Their daughter Posey Ellen MITCHELL was born about 1845. Jane died soon after her daughter's birth.

Julius married second Rebecca E. MURDOCH on October 17, 1846. H. Talbird performed the ceremony. [Montgomery County Marriage Records, 1830-1856, Volume II, p. 366] Julius and Rebecca's children were Burch, born about 1847, Murdock MITCHELL, born about 1850, Lily Grace MITCHELL, born March 4, 1855, and Posey Ellen, born .

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, 1-Dist; Series: M432 Roll: 12 Page: 81: 199 202 Sarah A. MURDOCK 46 F 500 SC; Sarah " 19 F 300 AL; Julius C. B. MITCHELL 30 M Farmer 8000 GA; Rebecca E. " 24 F AL; Burch " 3 F AL; Murdock " 1 M AL. [Where is Ellen, age 13, in 1860 in this census? Is she listed as "Birch? RLD]
Next door:
200 203 Thos. B. TAYLOR 34 M M. D. 10,000 SC; Hariet 30 F SC.

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, Montgomery P O; Series: M653 Roll: 19 Page: 294:
1410 " [1374?] Julius C. D. MITCHELL 57[?] M Planter 20,000 18, 250 GA;
Rebecca E. " 20 [sic] F AL;
Ellen " 13 F AL;
Murdock " 10 M AL;
Lilly G. " 5 F AL;
Florine E. BURCH 15 F GA;
Jane M. " 14 F AL;
Augustus " 13 M AL
1411 1375 R. V. MITCHELL 26 M M. D. 15,000 3,895 GA;
Harriet " 24 F Ireland;
Walter " 5 M AL;
Jane " 2 F AL;
Lilly " 1/12 F AL.

Julius died on October 4, 1869 and was buried in Mitchell Cemetery in Mount Meigs, Montgomery County, Alabama. A picture of the Colonel and his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 37092789:

Col. J. C. B. MITCHELL
DIED
OCT. 4, 1869
AGED
50 YEARS

Rebecca E. MITCHELL was buried on the family homestead in Mount Meigs, Montgomery County, Alabama.


General Notes: Child - Andrew W. MITCHELL

Andrew W. Mitchell, infant, is buried in Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 68947451:

IN
memory of
ANDREW W. MITCHELL,
Son of
Julius C. B. and Jane M.
MITCHELL,
who was born November 16, 1843,
and died
November 3, 1844

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Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, CSA and Rebecca Ellen MURDOCK




Husband Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, CSA 1839,1841

         Born: 1819 - Georgia 1839
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 Oct 1869 - Montgomery County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama


       Father: William MITCHELL (1787-1856) 3337
       Mother: Martha HILL (1791-1851) 1840


     Marriage: Abt 1847 1840

 Other Spouse: Jane M. MURDOCK



Wife Rebecca Ellen MURDOCK 1839,1840

         Born: Abt 1826 - Alabama 1839
   Christened: 
         Died: 1881
       Buried:  - Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama


       Father: MURDOCK (      -Bef 1850)
       Mother: Sarah A. (Abt 1804-      ) 1839




Children
1 F Burch MITCHELL 1839

         Born: Abt 1847 - Alabama 1839
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2 M Mudock MITCHELL 1839,1840

         Born: Abt 1849 - Montgomery County, Alabama 1839
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Apr 1867 - Montgomery County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


3 F Lily Grace MITCHELL 1840

         Born: Abt 1854 - Alabama 2572
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Thomas BARNETT (living)


4 M Julius MITCHELL

         Born: 9 May 1851 - Montgomery County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 Apr 1852 - Montgomery County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama




General Notes: Husband - Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, CSA

Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, C.S.A was born in 1819 in Georgia. Julius provided the funds to outfit two Confederate Army regiments, the 13th and 34th Alabama Regiments. He was a Colonel in Manigault's Brigade in Breckenridge's Division, 34th Alabama Regiment of Infantry.

Julius first married Jane M. MURDOCH on December 1, 1840. W. Atkins, OMG, performed the ceremony. [Montgomery County Marriage Records, 1830-1856, Volume II, p. 73] Their daughter Posey Ellen MITCHELL was born about 1845. Jane died soon after her daughter's birth.

Julius married second Rebecca E. MURDOCH on October 17, 1846. H. Talbird performed the ceremony. [Montgomery County Marriage Records, 1830-1856, Volume II, p. 366] Julius and Rebecca's children were Burch, born about 1847, Murdock MITCHELL, born about 1850, Lily Grace MITCHELL, born March 4, 1855, and Posey Ellen, born .

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, 1-Dist; Series: M432 Roll: 12 Page: 81: 199 202 Sarah A. MURDOCK 46 F 500 SC; Sarah " 19 F 300 AL; Julius C. B. MITCHELL 30 M Farmer 8000 GA; Rebecca E. " 24 F AL; Burch " 3 F AL; Murdock " 1 M AL. [Where is Ellen, age 13, in 1860 in this census? Is she listed as "Birch? RLD]
Next door:
200 203 Thos. B. TAYLOR 34 M M. D. 10,000 SC; Hariet 30 F SC.

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, Montgomery P O; Series: M653 Roll: 19 Page: 294:
1410 " [1374?] Julius C. D. MITCHELL 57[?] M Planter 20,000 18, 250 GA;
Rebecca E. " 20 [sic] F AL;
Ellen " 13 F AL;
Murdock " 10 M AL;
Lilly G. " 5 F AL;
Florine E. BURCH 15 F GA;
Jane M. " 14 F AL;
Augustus " 13 M AL
1411 1375 R. V. MITCHELL 26 M M. D. 15,000 3,895 GA;
Harriet " 24 F Ireland;
Walter " 5 M AL;
Jane " 2 F AL;
Lilly " 1/12 F AL.

Julius died on October 4, 1869 and was buried in Mitchell Cemetery in Mount Meigs, Montgomery County, Alabama. A picture of the Colonel and his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 37092789:

Col. J. C. B. MITCHELL
DIED
OCT. 4, 1869
AGED
50 YEARS

Rebecca E. MITCHELL was buried on the family homestead in Mount Meigs, Montgomery County, Alabama.


General Notes: Wife - Rebecca Ellen MURDOCK

Rebecca E. MURDOCK married Julius C. B. MITCHELL, widower of her sister, Jane. Julius died in 1869.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, Mt. Meigs P O; Series: M593 Roll: 34 Page: 347:
2109 2114 MITCHELL, R. E. 43 F W Keeping house 25,000 15,725 AL;
-- L. G. [Lily Grace] 15 F W At school AL
2110 2115 PINKSTON L. C. 22 M W Physician AL;
-- P. E. [Posey Ellen] 22 F W Keeping house AL;
MURDOCK S. A. 66 F W At home SC;
BURCH Antoinette 20 F W At home AL;
BURCH J. A. 19 F W At home AL.

Rebecca E. MITCHELL was buried on the family homestead in Mount Meigs, Montgomery County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 68947786 lists her death in 1881 and her burial in an unmarked grave in Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama.


Notes: Marriage

From "Sally1" letter in files of David Leon "Tuck" Wilson, written either 14 Feb 1847 or 18 Feb 1848: "You wrote to me that our cousin Julius was expected in Georgia. I made several inquiries though did not hear that he came in. I suppose now that he did not. Him (sic) and Rebecca were quite secret in their courtship, were they not? I know many suspected that he would, in time, but did not know he matter was settled."


General Notes: Child - Mudock MITCHELL

Murdock MITCHELL was born about 1850. He is buried in Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 68947663:

MURDOCK S. MITCHELL
DIED
APR. 23, 1867
AGED
17 YEARS.
The Lord is my shepard I shall
not want.


General Notes: Child - Julius MITCHELL

Julius Mitchell, infant, is buried in Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 68947606:

IN
memory of
JULIUS MITCHELL,
Son of
Julius C. B. and Rebecca E.
MITCHELL,
who was born
May 9th, 1851
and died
April 26th, 1852

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SWANSON and Katherine MITCHELL




Husband SWANSON (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Katherine MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Augustus George Cadwell MITCHELL (Abt 1788-Bef 1840)
       Mother: Elizabeth W. HILL (1797-1852)




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Katherine S. MITCHELL




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       Father: SSgt Joseph Bradford MITCHELL, USAF
       Mother: Sgt Kathleen Sue FERRIS, USAF




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General Notes: Wife - Katherine S. MITCHELL

Katy is named as a granddaughter in the 2012 obituary of Vivienne Brown Mitchell.
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Lathrop MITCHELL




Husband Lathrop MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Emmett MITCHELL
       Mother: Augusta Bowen LATHROP





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Leonidas MITCHELL




Husband Leonidas MITCHELL 2798

         Born: Abt 1835 - Georgia 2798
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       Father: Randolph MITCHELL, Sr. (Abt 1800-Bef 1860) 2798
       Mother: Avery GRIFFIN (      -      )





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Lewis MITCHELL




Husband Lewis MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Americus C. MITCHELL III (1891-1940)
       Mother: Catherine LEWIS (Abt 1897-      )





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Lillie MITCHELL




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       Father: Americus C. MITCHELL III (1891-1940)
       Mother: Catherine LEWIS (Abt 1897-      )




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M. S. MITCHELL




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Wife M. S. MITCHELL 938

         Born: Abt 1854 - Georgia 938
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       Father: Solon W. MITCHELL (Abt 1827-      ) 936,937
       Mother: H. A. (Abt 1833-      ) 938




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Malcom H. MITCHELL




Husband Malcom H. MITCHELL 4601

         Born: Sep 1886 - Alabama 4601
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       Father: Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA (Abt 1840-Bef 1900) 1840
       Mother: Mary Louisa UPSHAW (1847-      ) 1395,4602





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Marion Washington SAMS, Jr. and Margaret Ann MITCHELL




Husband Marion Washington SAMS, Jr. 209

         Born: 15 Sep 1853 - Barnwell County, South Carolina 567
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 Oct 1895 - DeKalb County, Georgia 2210
       Buried:  - Decatur Cemetery, DeKalb County, Georgia


       Father: Rev. Marion Washington SAMS, CSA (1822-1899) 1563,2430
       Mother: Mary Lucia DUNCAN (1825-1902) 900


     Marriage: Abt 1879



Wife Margaret Ann MITCHELL 209,2210,2211,2212

         Born: 15 Dec 1858 - Charleston County, South Carolina 2210,2212
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 Feb 1928 - Charleston County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Alexander Robert MITCHELL (Abt 1819-1867) 2212
       Mother: Ann Rebecca MAGILL (1828-1884) 2212




Children
1 F Margaret Ann SAMS 209

         Born: 17 Apr 1880 - Charleston County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 Jun 1882 - Charleston County, South Carolina 2210
       Buried: 



2 M Marion Washington SAMS III 209

         Born: 14 Apr 1882 - Charleston County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 May 1887 - DeKalb County, Georgia 2210
       Buried: 



3 F Lucia Mitchell SAMS 209,2208,2210

         Born: 25 Jul 1884 - Charleston County, South Carolina 2210
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 Jul 1968 - Richmond County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Augustus Howard ALSTON (1881-1948) 209,2208
         Marr: 19 Aug 1906 - Charleston County, South Carolina


4 F Ann Rebecca SAMS 2210

         Born: 20 Oct 1891 - DeKalb County, Georgia 2210
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 May 1978 - Richmond County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Earnest WILSON (living)
       Spouse: John Borng DORSEY (living)



General Notes: Husband - Marion Washington SAMS, Jr.

Marion Washington SAMS, Jr. was born 15 September 1853 in Erwinton*, Barnwell Co., South Carolina. He married Margaret Ann (Maggie) MITCHELL in Charleston in 1879. Their four children were Margaret Ann SAMS, Marion Washington SAMS, III, Lucia Mitchell SAMS (my grandmother), and Ann Rebecca SAMS. *Erwinton, S.C. is now located in Allendale Co., S.C. This is where the Antioch Church is located.
Marion died 27 October 1895 in Decatur, Georgia. (Source: Family records)
Note: Margaret Ann SAMS, wife, states he died 27 Oct. 1895 "at the age of 42" in her personal records of which I possess. The gravestone simply says,"1896". Marion W. SAMS obituary starts out: "The sudden death of M.W. Sams, Jr. Sunday morning was a great surprise and shock to his many friends." October, 27, 1895 was a Sunday, proving the accuracy of Margarets' personal record. [Family files, Edwin Barry Speth, III]

1880 U. S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, Mt. Pleasant; Series: T9 Roll: 1223 Page: 29: 59 85 SAMS Marion W. W M 26 M Clerk in recording office SC SC SC; -- Maggie W F 21 Wife M SC SC SC; -- Infant W F 2/12 Mch SC SC SC. [Indexed as "SAURS MARIAN W" at Heritage Quest. RLD]

Obituary: Mr. M. W. Sams' Death
He Dies Very Unexpectedly Sunday Morning
The sudden death of Mr. M. W. SAMS, Jr. Sunday morning was a great surprise and shock to his many friends. But few knew of Mr. SAMS' sickness, and none suspected its serious nature. His illness, which was pneunomia, was of short duration and from the beginning baffled the skill of the attending physician.
Mr. SAMS at his death was in the prime of his life and was a perfect picture of physical strength and manhood. Some fifteen years ago he was married to Miss MITCHELL, of Charleston, a relative of the late Col. Robt. A. ALSTON, who survives him.
Mr. SAMS at the time of his death held a position of responsibility and trust with the Western and Atlantic railroad, being in the main office at Atlanta, which place he has filled acceptably for many years past.
The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Mr. WILSON, of the Episcopal church, Monday afternoon at two o'clock at the residence, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Decatur cemetery.


General Notes: Wife - Margaret Ann MITCHELL

The Maggie MITCHELL who married Marion Washington SAMS, Jr. is Margaret Ann MITCHELL, daughter of Alexander Robert MITCHELL and his wife, Anne Rebecca MAGILL of Charleston, South Carolina. [Edwin Barry Speth, III, Margaret's great-grandson]

Maggie was widowed in 1895 and her two oldest children had died young.
1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, Ward 8, Charleston; Series: T623 Roll: 1520 Page: 26: Block C. D. B. Porter Academy 126 246 SAMS Maggie Head W F Dec 1858 42 Wd - 4 2 SC ?? SC Matron in school; -- Julia M. Dau W F July 1883 16 S SC SC SC; -- Rebecca Dau W F Oct 1890 9 S SC SC SC At school; GOODWIN Henry Servant B M Nov 1860 39 S SC SC SC Laundryman.

"Margaret Ann (Maggie) Mitchell b.15 Dec. 1858 in Charleston, S.C. d. 10 Feb. 1928 in Charleston, S.C. [Family records, Edwin Barry Speth]


General Notes: Child - Margaret Ann SAMS

Margaret Ann SAMS is listed as "Infant" age 2/12 female born in "Mch" in the 1880 census of Charleston County, South Carolina.

"Margaret Ann SAMS: b. 17 April 1880 in Mt. Pleasant, S.C. d. 06 June 1882 in Charleston, S.C." [Family records, Edwin Barry Speth, III]


General Notes: Child - Marion Washington SAMS III

"Marion Washington SAMS, III b. 14 April 1882 in Charleston, S.C. d. 10 May 1887 in Decatur, Ga." [Family records, Edwin Barry Speth, III]


General Notes: Child - Lucia Mitchell SAMS

"Lucia Mitchell SAMS (my grandmother) b. 25 July 1884 in Charleston, S.C. d. 14 July 1968 in Augusta, GA. Lucia Mitchell SAMS married 19 August 1906 in Charleston, S.C. Augustus Howard ALSTON" [Family records, Edwin Barry Speth, III]


General Notes: Child - Ann Rebecca SAMS

"Ann Rebecca SAMS b. 20 Oct. 1891 in Decatur, Ga. d. 06 May 1978 in Augusta, Ga." [Richmond Co., Ga. death certificate, Edwin Barry Speth, III] The 1900 census gives an alternate birth date and place, "Oct 1890" in South Carolina.
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Margery Frances MITCHELL




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       Father: Brigadier General William A. MITCHELL, USA, WWI (1877-1941)
       Mother: Margery Neave BRADY (1889-      )




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Maria MITCHELL




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Wife Maria MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 1805
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       Father: James MITCHELL (Abt 1776-Between 1826/1827)
       Mother: Elizabeth JOURDAN (Abt 1780-      )




Children

General Notes: Wife - Maria MITCHELL

Maria MTCHELL was born about 1805 and died 15 July 1817. "Departed this life on the 15th ult. after a severe illness of three days, in the thirteenth year of her age, Miss Maria MITCHELL, daughter of James and Elizabeth MITCHELL of Hancock County." [The Journal, Milledgeville, August 5, 1817, p. 3]
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Martha MITCHELL




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Wife Martha MITCHELL 1840

         Born: Abt 1836 - Georgia 4232
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       Father: Jourdan MITCHELL (Cir 1810-Bef 1850) 1840
       Mother: Julia Ann HARDIN (Abt 1815-      ) 1840




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Martha Elizabeth MITCHELL




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Wife Martha Elizabeth MITCHELL 182,2798

         Born: Abt 1848 - Alabama 182
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       Father: Randolph MITCHELL, Sr. (Abt 1800-Bef 1860) 2798
       Mother: Martha DENSON (Between 1819/1826-      ) 2798




Children

General Notes: Wife - Martha Elizabeth MITCHELL

Martha MITCHELL, age 1, daughter of Randolph and Martha MITCHELL, is named in the 1850 census of Barbour County, Alabama. In 1860, she Elizabeth, age 12, living with her widowed mother in Eufaula, Alabama.
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Jesse SANFORD, RS and Martha Goodwin MITCHELL




Husband Jesse SANFORD, RS 413

         Born: Abt 1763 - Loudoun County, Virginia
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       Father: William SANFORD (      -      ) 413
       Mother: Sarah MEDFORD (      -      ) 413


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Wife Martha Goodwin MITCHELL 413

         Born: Abt 1771 - Georgia
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       Father: Lt. John MITCHELL, RS-VA (1748-1804) 679,1840
       Mother: Sarah THWEATT (1761-Bef 1807) 531,1328




Children
1 M Major General John William Augustus SANFORD 886

         Born: 28 Aug 1798 - Near Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia
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         Died: 12 Sep 1870 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Marianna Ridley BLOUNT (      -      ) 886


2 F Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD

         Born: Cir 1800
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       Spouse: Green Hill JORDAN (1789-1855) 2818


3 F Mary SANFORD

         Born: Abt 1792
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         Died: Bef 1850
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas MAUGHON (1787-1851)


4 F Camilla SANFORD

         Born: Cir 1804
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       Spouse: Perly S. GERALD (      -      )


5 F Emily Epps SANFORD

         Born: 1 Apr 1807 - Georgia 2818
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         Died: 12 May 1889 - Lee County, Georgia 2818
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Colonel Benjamin Smith JORDAN (Abt 1793-1856)
         Marr: 9 Apr 1823 - Baldwin County, Georgia 2818


6 F Martha SANFORD

         Born: Cir 1808
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       Spouse: Jack GORDON (      -      )


7 M Thomas SANFORD

         Born: Cir 1809
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       Spouse: Sarah B. JORDAN (      -      )


8 M Adolphus W. SANFORD 2798

         Born: 2 May 1811 - Georgia 2798
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         Died: 11 Apr 1860
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       Spouse: Sophie WALTON (Abt 1818-      ) 2798
         Marr: Cir 1830



General Notes: Husband - Jesse SANFORD, RS

*Jesse SANFORD married Martha Goodwyn MITCHELL. He was an officer in the Revolutionary War.
*Baldwin County Ga, Archives History .....Early History of Baldwin Co.: "Among the early settlers were, Major JOHN HOWARD, HERBERT REYNOLDS, General JOHN SCOTT, General JETT THOMAS, Captain AUGUSTINE HARRIS, Colonel ABNER HAMMOND, Major THOMAS H. KENAN, JESSE SANFORD, LAZARUS BATTLE, HINES HOLT, GEORGE R. CLAYTON, Dr. THOMPSON BIRD, Colonel Z. LAMAR, CHARLES MALONE, WILLIAM and ARCHY DEVEREAUX, W. D. JARRETT, THOMAS NAPIER, D. FLUKER, A. GREENE, and R. WHITE." (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/history/other/gms21earlyhis.txt)
*Jesse, or his father?? SANFORD, JESSE. 2871/2 acres, Greene Co., bounded N. north fork of Island creek, E. Riggins, S. & W. surveyed, survey 392. March 23, 1786, p. 218. (Hancock co. website citing: Source - THE LE CONTE LIST. BOUNTY SURVEYS RECORDED BY THE SURVEYOR GENERAL AND PRESERVED IN THE OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE, ATLANTA, GA. Copied 1911, by Wm. L. Le Conte and Presented to the State. Georgia's roster of the Revolution / compiled by Lucian Lamar Knight, State historian and director of the Dept. of Archives and History)
Will abstract, Baldwin County, Georgia Will Book B, p. 270: SANFORD, JESSE 7/14/1818 - 3/5/1827 Wife: Martha G. Children: John W.A. Sanford, Thomas C. Sanford, Ralph M. Sanford, Gordon Sanford, Mary G. Moughon, Martha C. Jordan, Emily Sanford, Camilla Sanford Others mentioned: Sons-in-law - Thomas Moughon, Green H. Jordan; Brother William Sanford; Sterling Bass; David Thomas; John Moore (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/wills/willbka.txt)
Another: Jesse SANFORD, 7/14/1818:3/5/1827, p. 270 - Wife: Martha G., Executors: Bro., William SANFORD and Thomas MOUGHOO. Daughters: Mary G., wife of Thomas MOUGHON, Martha C., wife of Gren H. JORDAN, Emily and Camilla. Bro: William SANFORD. Witnesses: Sterling BASS, David THOMAS, John MOORE. Sons: John W. A., Thomas C., Ralph M., Gordon. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/fulton/georgia_research/GAWILLS.pdf)

Jesse SANFORD's grave is in the SANFORD CEMETERY in Baldwin County, Georgia. It is next to the grave of his wife, Martha Goodwin SANFORD. Jesse's stone 1763 "Feb 18, 1827 Died in his 64th year of age."


General Notes: Wife - Martha Goodwin MITCHELL

Martha Goodwin Mitchell SANDFORD's is in the SANFORD CEMETERY in Baldwin County, Georgia. It is next to the grave of her husband, Jesse SANFORD. Information for Martha Goodwin SANFORD is given as "ca. 1771 Feb 23, 1827 Aged 56 years. (Maiden name per TT. Only "G." appears on her stone.) (http://www.friendsofcems.org/Baldwin/)
Martha died five days after her husband, Jesse.


General Notes: Child - Major General John William Augustus SANFORD

SANFORD, John W. A., a Representative from Georgia; born near Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Ga, August 28, 1798; attended the Baldwin County schools, and Yale University, New Haven, Conn; engaged in agricultural pursuits; elected as a Union Democrat to the Twenty-fourth Congress and served from March 4, 1835, to July 25, 1835, when he resigned, before the convening of Congress, to assist in the removal of the Cherokee Indians; served in the Cherokee War in 1836 with the rank of major general; was a member of the Baldwin Blues, being discharged on surgeon's certificate of disability due to wounds; elected to the State senate in 1837, but resigned before taking his seat; served as secretary of state of Georgia 1841-1843; member of the State convention of 1850; died in Milledgeville, Ga, September 12, 1870; interment in Milledgeville Cemetery. (http://gahistory.i-found-it.net/congressbios.html)

Sanford, John William Augustus (1798-1870) - also known as John W. A. Sanford - of Georgia. Born near Milledgeville, Baldwin County , Ga., August 28, 1798 . Father of John W. A. Sanford. Democrat. U.S. Representative from Georgia at-large, 1835; secretary of state of Georgia , 1841-43; delegate to Georgia state constitutional convention , 1850; general in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. Died in Milledgeville, Baldwin County , Ga., September 12, 1870 . Interment at Memory Hill Cemetery , Milledgeville, Ga. (http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/sanford.html)

John W.A. SANFORD was a Congressional Representative from Georgia; born near Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Ga., August 28, 1798; attended the Baldwin County schools, and Yale University; engaged in agricultural pursuits; elected as a Union Democrat to the Twenty-fourth Congress and served from March 4, 1835, to July 25, 1835, when he resigned, before the convening of Congress, to assist in the removal of the Cherokee Indians; served in the Cherokee War in 1836 with the rank of major general; elected to the State senate in 1837, but resigned before taking his seat; served as secretary of state of Georgia 1841-1843; member of the State convention of 1850; died in Milledgeville, Ga., September 12, 1870; interment in Milledgeville Cemetery. (Political Graveyard)

General John W. A. SANFORD served the Confederate States of America in the War Between the States, Company H, 4th Georgia. (http://www.friendsofcems.org/MemoryHill/Search.htm)


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD

Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD married Green Hill JORDAN. She was the sister of Emily Epps SANFORD who married Benjamin Smith JORDAN, Green Hill JORDAN's brother.


General Notes: Child - Mary SANFORD

See letter by Emily Emeline Mitchell, saved in her General Notes.


General Notes: Child - Emily Epps SANFORD

Emily Epps SANFORD married Benjamin Smith JORDAN. She was the sister of Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD who married Green Hill JORDAN, Benjamin Smith JORDAN's brother.
Emily's portrait, an oil on canvas, painted circa 1840 by W. Wilson, is contained in the book "Early Georgia Portraits 1715-1870".
Emily Epps Sanford Jordan, Apr 1, 1807 May 12, 1889 West side, Section D, Lot 49, Person 3 Inscription and Notes: w/o Benjamin Smith Jordan, d/o Jesse and Martha Sanford
Death of Mrs. Emily Jordan (Union Recorder, May 14, 1889) This lady, widow of the late Col. Benj. S. Jordan, died in Lee County on Sunday last, aged 83 years. The remains were brought to Macon on yesterday, and reached this city by the 2.30 o'colck train same day, when they were interred in our city cemetery. Her husband, Col. B. S. Jordan, died at the family home, six miles from this city, many years ago, and the handsomest monument in our cemetery is erected over his remains. Col. L. A. Jordan, of Macon was an only child. Mrs. Jordan was a woman of intelligence and marked dignity in bearing. Only a few people in this city will remember her as she appeared on our streets and in our family circles. She was born in Baldwin county, and her maiden name was Sanford. After her husband's death she lived with her son. Mrs. Jordan was long a member of the M. E. Church in this city. She was liberal in dispensing her aid to the church. The present members are indebted to her for the handsome Communion service still used by the Church. The funeral service took place from the M. E. Church, at 3 p.m. Monday afternoon and were conducted by Rev. Dr. Kendall of Macon. (http://www.friendsofcems.org/MemoryHill/SQLSelect2.asp?key=WD049003)


General Notes: Child - Thomas SANFORD

"Thomas Sanford was the son of Jesse Sanford and Martha Goodwin Mitchell." [Tuck Wilson]


General Notes: Child - Adolphus W. SANFORD

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Division 23; Series M432 Roll: 1 Page: 213: 1585 1629 A. W. SANFORD 39 M Farmer 23,000 GA; Sophia 32 F GA; Martha 15 F GA; Octavia 1 F GA.
Next door is Adolphus' Aunt Kitty MITCHELL, wife of his uncle Julius C. B. MITCHELL, desceased.
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Young Stokes WARE and Martha Maria MITCHELL




Husband Young Stokes WARE 1340

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       Father: Robert WARE (      -      ) 1340
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Wife Martha Maria MITCHELL 1340

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       Father: Dr. Thomas James MITCHELL (Abt 1778-      )
       Mother: Mary Louise WOOD (1785-1858) 1340



 Other Spouse: Bennett GRIFFIN (      -      ) 1340


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1 F Jane WARE (details suppressed for this person)

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Mary MITCHELL




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       Father: Henry MITCHELL (      -Between 1750/1751)
       Mother: Sarah COOKE (      -      )




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ROBERTS and Mary MITCHELL




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       Father: Augustus George Cadwell MITCHELL (Abt 1788-Bef 1840)
       Mother: Elizabeth W. HILL (1797-1852)




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1 F Imogene ROBERTS (details suppressed for this person)

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Mary A MITCHELL




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Wife Mary A MITCHELL 2651,2654

         Born: 18 May 1829 - South Carolina 2651
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         Died: 25 May 1913 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2651
       Buried:  - Mitchell Family Cemetery 2651


       Father: William Carey MITCHELL (1785-1880) 2644,2654
       Mother: Sarah Ann LEE (1794-      ) 2644


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Mary Ann MITCHELL




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Wife Mary Ann MITCHELL

         Born: 22 Dec 1831 - Thomas County, Georgia
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       Father: Colonel Richard MITCHELL, War of 1812 (1791-1856)
       Mother: Sophronia Dewilde DICKEY (1808-1893)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann MITCHELL

Mary Ann MITCHELL was born on December 22, 1831 in Thomas County, GA. Mary Ann is not listed as a daughter of Richard Mitchell in Elizabeth Hopkins' loose notes. She died about May 1836. Died young.
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Mary E. MITCHELL




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Wife Mary E. MITCHELL 4601

         Born: Dec 1879 - Russell County, Alabama 4602
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       Father: Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA (Abt 1840-Bef 1900) 1840
       Mother: Mary Louisa UPSHAW (1847-      ) 1395,4602




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Mary Elizabeth MITCHELL




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Wife Mary Elizabeth MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Colonel Americus MITCHELL, Jr., USAAC, WWII (1916-2003)
       Mother: Maria Victoria MELEVO




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General Notes: Wife - Mary Elizabeth MITCHELL

Mary Elizabeth Mitchell is named as a surviving daughter in the April 2003 obituary of Colonel Americus Mitchell.

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Thomas Jordan REYNOLDS and Mary Elizabeth MITCHELL




Husband Thomas Jordan REYNOLDS 576,1889

         Born: Nov 1864 - Georgia 1889
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 Other Spouse: Sophronia (1880-      ) 1890 - Abt 1900



Wife Mary Elizabeth MITCHELL 576

         Born: 16 May 1866
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       Father: Capt. Americus Columbus MITCHELL, CSA (1819-1891) 1091,1395
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth BILLINGSLEA (1823-1895) 1091,1395




Children
1 M Americus Mitchell REYNOLDS 576

         Born: Abt 1888
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General Notes: Husband - Thomas Jordan REYNOLDS

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Pike County, Spring Hill; Series: T623 Roll: 37 Page: 272: 55 55 REYNOLDS Thomas J. Head W M Nov 1864 35 M 0 GA GA AL Farmer; (next page, 273) -- Sophronia Wife W F Apr 1880 20 M 0 0 0 FL GA AL.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Elizabeth MITCHELL

Mary Elizabeth MITCHELL was called "Molly."


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Dr. Clarence Franklin STROTHER and Mary Emily MITCHELL




Husband Dr. Clarence Franklin STROTHER 2631,2641

         Born: 11 Sep 1855 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2641,2642
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       Father: George James STROTHER (1815-1881) 1547,2630
       Mother: Eloise E. BATES (1820-1886) 1547,2631


     Marriage: 1880 2644



Wife Mary Emily MITCHELL 2641,2643,2644

         Born: 22 Aug 1858 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2642,2643
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         Died: 26 Sep 1934 - Akron, Ohio 2642
       Buried: 30 Sep 1934 - Mount of Olives Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina 2642


       Father: John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL (1826-1908) 2643,2644
       Mother: Frances Matilda ODELL (1834-1868) 2643,2644




Children
1 F Frances STROTHER 4923

         Born: 23 Jun 1882 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 4923
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         Died: 20 Apr 1964
       Buried:  - Mount of Olives Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Carl RICHARDS (1882-1947) 4924
         Marr: Bef 1920


2 F Ruth O'Dell STROTHER 2742

         Born: 10 Apr 1887 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2642
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         Died: 19 Apr 1953 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2642
       Buried: 21 Apr 1953 - Mount of Olives Cemetery 4253
       Spouse: Herbert Glenn EIDSON, Sr. (1880-1965) 335
         Marr: 1 Jun 1905



General Notes: Husband - Dr. Clarence Franklin STROTHER

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Lexington County, Batesburg, Chinquapin; Series: T9 Roll: 1234 Page: 384: 223 220 STROTHER C. F. W M 24 M Physician SC SC SC; -- Emma W F 21 Wife M Bilious Fever (Married during the census year.) SC SC SC.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Johnston Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 75: 157 168 STROTHER Clarence F. Head M W 54 M1 29 SC SC SC Physician General practice; -- Emily M. Wife F W 52 M1 29 2 2 SC SC SC; -- Fanny Dau 27 S SC SC SC Teacher Public school.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Johnston; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 80: Edisto St 56 4 5 EIDSON Herbert G. M W 39 M SC SC SC Automobile & House ___; -- Ruth O. Wife F W 32 M SC SC SC; -- Elease Dau F W 8 S SC SC SC; -- Clarence Son 6 S SC SC SC; -- Herbert Jr. Son M W 4 S SC SC SC; STROTHER Clarence F. Father-in-law M W 64 M SC SC SC Merchant General practice; -- Emily M. Mother-in-law F W 61 M SC SC SC; PADGETT Fannie Servant F Mu 50 Wd SC GA GA Servant.

Dr. Clarence died Christmas Day, 1924. He was buried in Mount of Olives Cemetery, Johnston, South Carolina.

"The following out of town relatives attended the burial of the late Dr. C. F. Strotcher [sic]. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Williams, Augusta; W. A. Strotcher [sic]. Dr. J. W. Bell, Walhalla; James Guest, Denmark; Mrs. J. L. Oxner, Mrs. Warren Woodward, Aiken." In the same section was "Mrs. Carl Richards is here to spend several weeks with her mother Mrs. C. F. Strother." (4Jan1925p1Dc1ACa, Out of Town Society, Johnston, SC __Dec. 31, copy from Billie Jones)

Mount of Olives Cemetery, Johnston, Edgefield County, South Carolina:
Strother, [James] Jimmie B. Dec 21 1892 Jun 2 1894
Strother, George J. Oct 12 1815 Feb 23 1881
Strother, Eloise E. Sep 11 1820 Mar 13 1886
Strother, [John] Johnnie B. Oct 29 1861 Aug 11 1883
Strother, Clarence F., MD Sep 11 1855 Dec 25 1924
Strother, [Mary Emily] Emmie MITCHELL Aug 22 1858 Sep 26 1934
(Courtesy of H. C. Ouzts)


General Notes: Wife - Mary Emily MITCHELL

Mary Emily MITCHELL, daughter of John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL and Frances Matilda ODELL, born about 1858or 59, was called "Emmie" and "Emma." She is named as "Mary E." age 1 in the 1860 census of Lexington County, South Carolina. Named as Emily in the 1910 census of Edgefield County, South Carolina. She was born 22 August 1858 and died 26 Sep 1934.

JOHNSTON COUNTY WOMAN PASSES IN AKRON
Johnston, S. C., Sept. 28 - Mrs. Mary Emily Mitchell Strother, widow of the late Dr. Clarence Strother, and a resident of this section for over a score of years, died yesterday in Akron, Ohio, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Richards. She had been visiting in the Ohio city for several months and had been in ill health for a long period. Brief services were held in Akron before the departure of the body for this city. The body will arrive here today and funeral rites will be conducted Sunday by the Rev. J. H. Kohler and the Rev. Hamlin Edge. Burial will be at the Mount of Olives cemetery at 4 p. m. Sunday. Mrs. Strother, who was 57 [or 67?] years of age, is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Carl Richards, Akron, Ohio and Mrs. Herbert Eidson, Leesville, S. C.; and one half-sister, Mrs. Frank Hendrix, also of Leesville. (From a photocopy of the obituary published in the Sept 29, 1934, in the Augusta Chronicle, Richmond County, Georgia, received from Billie Jones, 12/19/2007) [Sunday was 30 Septmeber 1934.]

"Emmie Mitchell Strother Aug 22, 1858/68 - Sept 26, 1934" (Billie Jones, billee@truvista.net, 12/17/2007)


General Notes: Child - Frances STROTHER

Called "Fanny."
Of Toledo, Ohio in April 1953.


General Notes: Child - Ruth O'Dell STROTHER

Obit of Ruth S. Eidson, The Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, GA, April 20, 1953
Johnston, SC, April 19 -- Mrs. Ruth Strother Eidson of Johnston, wife of Herbert G. Eidson, Sr. died this morning at 9:30 at the Baptist Hospital in Columbia. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10 am at the Methodist church in Johnston, conducted by the Rev. David Keller of Saluda and the Rev. Hamlin Etheridge of Johnston. Members of the missionary Society of the Methodist church will serve as honorary pallbearers. The Mizpah Sunday school class will be in charge of flowers. Interment will be in Mt. of Olive Cem. in Johnston.
Mrs. Eidson had been in ill health for several years, but her death was unexpected. She was a native of Johnston where she spent her entire life, the daughter of the late Dr. & Mrs. Clarence Strother. Dr. Strother was one of the town's pioneer physicians.
Surviving are her husband, H. G. Eidson, Sr. of Johnston; two sons, H. G. Eidson, Jr. of Columbia, and Clarence Eidson of Waycross [GA]; one daughter, Mrs. Kiner Ballune of Georgetown, SC and several grandchildren; one sister Mrs. Frances Strother Richards of Toledo, Ohio.
(From Billie Jones, 9/01/2008)

Ruth is buried in Mount of Olives Cemetery, Johnston, Edgefield County, South Carolina. Find A Grave Memorial# 64250020, created by Nancy Ziemba Gleaton on Jan 15, 2011. lists her birth on Apr. 10, 1887 in Johnston, Edgefield County, South Carolina and her death on Apr. 19, 1953.
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John Jefferson SLATTER and Mary J. MITCHELL




Husband John Jefferson SLATTER 1840

         Born: Cir 1808
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       Father: Solomon SLATTER (      -      ) 1840
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     Marriage: 20 Sep 1827 4600



Wife Mary J. MITCHELL 1840

         Born: Abt 1810
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       Father: William MITCHELL (1787-1856) 3337
       Mother: Martha HILL (1791-1851) 1840




Children
1 F Francis Ann Elizer SLATTER

         Born: 10 Mar 1829 1840
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2 F Martha Hill Mitchell SLATTER

         Born: 30 Nov 1833 1840
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General Notes: Wife - Mary J. MITCHELL

See letter by Emily Emeline Mitchell, saved in her General notes.
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C. M. SPRATLIN and Mary Jane MITCHELL




Husband C. M. SPRATLIN 1340

         Born: Cir 1840
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     Marriage: Cir 1860



Wife Mary Jane MITCHELL 1340

         Born: 1840
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         Died: 1914
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       Father: Thomas James MITCHELL (1823-1890) 1340
       Mother: Mary Jane THOMAS (      -      ) 1340




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Mary Lillian MITCHELL




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       Father: Robert Goodwin MITCHELL
       Mother: Mary O. ACOSTA




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McCauly MITCHELL




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       Father: Uriah George MITCHELL (Abt 1789-      )
       Mother: Mary HOGAN (      -      )





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Merrie Susie MITCHELL




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Wife Merrie Susie MITCHELL 4154

         Born: Apr 1876 - Russell County, Alabama
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         Died: 1 Feb 1878 - Russell County, Alabama 4154
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama 4154


       Father: Americus Columbus MITCHELL, Jr. (1850-1902) 182
       Mother: Susie Snider DAWSON (1852-1878) 1301,1302




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General Notes: Wife - Merrie Susie MITCHELL

Merrie Susie MITCHELL shares a headstone with her sister, Susie Dawson, in Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama. A picture of the stone on Find A Grave Memorial# 32864705 created by Christine Thacker on Jan 12, 2009, shows:

SUSIE DAWSON &
MERRIE SUSIE MITCHELL
CHILDREN OF
AMERICUS C. & SUSIE D. MITCHELL
DIED AUG. 29, 1874 &
FEB. 1, 1878
"SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN TO
COME UNTO ME, AND FORBID
THEM NOT; FOR OF SUCH IS THE
KINGDOM OF HEAVEN"

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Miriam Ellen MITCHELL




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       Father: Colonel Americus MITCHELL, Jr., USAAC, WWII (1916-2003)
       Mother: Maria Victoria MELEVO




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General Notes: Wife - Miriam Ellen MITCHELL

Miriam-Ellen Bonk is named as a surviving daughter in the April 2003 obituary of Colonel Americus Mitchell.

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Mudock MITCHELL




Husband Mudock MITCHELL 1839,1840

         Born: Abt 1849 - Montgomery County, Alabama 1839
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       Buried:  - Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama


       Father: Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, CSA (1819-1869) 1839,1841
       Mother: Rebecca Ellen MURDOCK (Abt 1826-1881) 1839,1840





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General Notes: Husband - Mudock MITCHELL

Murdock MITCHELL was born about 1850. He is buried in Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 68947663:

MURDOCK S. MITCHELL
DIED
APR. 23, 1867
AGED
17 YEARS.
The Lord is my shepard I shall
not want.

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Bannister ROYSTER and Nancy MITCHELL




Husband Bannister ROYSTER

         Born: Abt 1815 - Clay County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Smith-Jones Cemetery, Clay County, Alabama
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Wife Nancy MITCHELL 135

         Born: 16 Jan 1830 - Georgia 135
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       Buried:  - Smith-Jones Cemetery, Clay County, Alabama


       Father: MITCHELL (Cir 1795-Bef 1880)
       Mother: Anna (Abt 1797-After 1880)




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1 F Julia Ann Ida ROYSTER 3088

         Born: 25 Dec 1869 - Alabama 3088
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         Died: 10 Jun 1965 - Clay County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Lystra Baptist Church Cemetery, Clay County, Alabama
       Spouse: Matthew Washington NAPPIER (1872-1907) 3315,4711



General Notes: Husband - Bannister ROYSTER

A picture of Bannister Royster's headsdtone in Smith-Jones Cemetery, Ashland, Clay County, Alabama is on Find A Grave Memorial# 14641879"

BANNISTER
ROYSTER
DIED
NOV. 10. 1888
AGED ABOUT 73 YEARS.


General Notes: Wife - Nancy MITCHELL

Nancy Mitchell was the wife of Bannister Royster.

"United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M4JH-2T5 : accessed 5 August 2015), Banister Royister in household of Banister Royister, Ashland, Clay, Alabama, United States; citing enumeration district 36, sheet 77D, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 0007; FHL microfilm 1,254,007.
Banister Royister Self M 64 VA VA VA
Lemiel Royister Son M 17 AL VA GA
Hosea Royister Son M 21 AL VA GA
Wilkins Royister Son M 16 AL VA GA
Martha Royister Dau F 13 AL VA GA
Nancy J Royister Dau F 8 AL VA GA
Ida Royister Dau F 6 AL VA GA
Nancy Wilkins Other F 22 AL GA GA
Anna Mitchell Mother-in-law F 83 SC NC NC
Nancy Royister Wife F 49 GA SC SC
Banister Royister Son M 10 AL VA GA

Nancy is buried in Smith=Jones Cemetery, Ashland, Clay County, Alabama. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 14641879

NANCY ROYSTER
JAN. 16, 1930
NOV. 11, 1914


General Notes: Child - Julia Ann Ida ROYSTER

Julia Ann Ida ROYSTER married Matthew Washington NAPPIER about 1893. They had four children before 1900, including twin girls, a son, and an infant who died young.

Julia was called "Ida." The 1900 census lists her birth in December 1873, but an index of burials in Lystra Cemetery, Clay County, Alabama says she was born 25 December 1869. She was widowed in 1907.

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Clay County, Pct 6; Series: T624 Roll: 7 Page: 99: 5 5 NAPPER [sic] Julia A. Head F W 38 Wd - 6 5 Alabama GA GA Labor Home farm; -- Ester Dau F W 16 S AL AL AL Labor Home farm; -- Easter Dau F W 16 S AL AL AL Labor Home farm; -- John L. Son M W 10 S AL AL AL Labor Home farm; -- Lemiel [sic] G. Son M W 7 S AL AL AL; -- Mathew C. Son M W 3 S AL AL AL.

Julia Anne is buried in Lystra Cemetery, Ashland, Clay County, Alabama. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 17758002:

JULIA ANNE
IDA NAPPIER
DEC. 25, 1869
JUN. 10, 1965

The memorial lists her birth and death in Clay County, Alabama. It also links to the memorials for her husband, Matthew Washington Nappier (1872 - 1907), and an Infant Son Nappier (1898 - 1898).

"Nappier, Julia Ann Ida Dec 25, 1869 Jun 10, 1965 (D/o Banister Royster & Nancy Mitchell)" [http://files.usgwarchives.net/al/clay/cemeteries/lystra.txt]
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Nancy Green MITCHELL




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Wife Nancy Green MITCHELL

         Born: 23 Aug 1797 - Georgia
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       Father: Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA (1756-1826) 2890
       Mother: Anne RAINES (1762-1832) 2890




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Napoleon Bonaparte MITCHELL




Husband Napoleon Bonaparte MITCHELL

         Born: 1804 - Tennessee
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       Father: Robert MITCHELL (Cir 1780-      )
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General Notes: Husband - Napoleon Bonaparte MITCHELL

Napoleon Bonaparte MITCHELL was the only child of Robert MITCHELL. His mother name is yet to be found, she died before her son was killed at the Alamo.

On March 6, 1836, Napolean Bonaparte MITCHELL was killed by Mexican soldiers at the Battle of the Alamo during the Texas War for Independence. Edward (or Edwin) MITCHELL, his cousin, is also named as among the defenders of the Alamo.
The Defenders of the Alamo - Name, Place of Origin
Edwin T. Mitchell Private, marksman White's infantry co. [born]1806 unknown killed in battle fought at Bexar, remained at Alamo with Bexar Guards, ( A Mitchell was killed defending Juana Alsbury) [Source 98, Groneman, Alamo Defenders, (1990), p.81.]
Napoleon B. Mitchell Private, artillery Carey's artillery co. [born] 1804 unknown killed in battle fought at Bexar, remained at Alamo with Carey, (A Mitchell was killed defending Juana Alsbury) [Source 98, Groneman, Alamo Defenders, (1990), p.81.]
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Alamo_defenders#Defenders]
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MITCHELL, EDWIN T. (1806-1836)
Edwin T. Mitchell served in the Alamo garrison as a member the Bexar Guards under the command of Capt. Robert White. Mitchell died in the battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836, possibly bayoneted while trying to protect Juana N. Alsbury. His brother, DeWarren Mitchell, died in the Goliad Massacre.
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MITCHELL, NAPOLEON B. (1804-1836)
Born in Tennessee, Napoleon B. Mitchell arrived in Texas in 1834. Since his arrival was prior to March of 1836, this entitled him to a first-class grant of land from the Republic of Texas.
During the revolution, he served in the Alamo garrison as a private in Capt. William R. Carey's artillery company. He was present during the siege of Bexar in December 1835. Mitchell died in the battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836. His heirs received title to this grant, one-third league in Bastrop County, in 1838.
Juana Navarro Alsbury, an Alamo survivor, later stated that a man named Mitchell was bayoneted while trying to protect her during the battle. This man may have been Napoleon Mitchell or another defender, Edwin T. Mitchell.
[http://www.footnote.com/page/1164_the_fall_of_the_alamo/]
===

Napoleon's only heir was his father. Robert's depositions in claiming his son's bounty for service in the Texas War for Independence included "He arrived in this country in 1834 and he is a single man"--heirs' deposition) . . . He served in the army 2 months until March 6, 1836 (Bounty Certificate). "His mother died before he was killed [and] he had no brothers, or sisters--and the said Robert Mitchell was his only heir" (Bounty Certificate deposition). Another deposition says he served "Six months from the 28th day of September 1835 until the Sixth day of March 1836." [Sources provided by Jim Donovan]
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Nathan MITCHELL




Husband Nathan MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: SSgt Joseph Bradford MITCHELL, USAF
       Mother: Sgt Kathleen Sue FERRIS, USAF





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General Notes: Husband - Nathan MITCHELL

Nathan is named as a grandson in the 2012 obituary of Vivienne Brown Mitchell.
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Nettie Fondren MITCHELL




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       Father: Robert Goodwin MITCHELL
       Mother: Mary O. ACOSTA




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Ora MITCHELL




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Wife Ora MITCHELL 1039

         Born: Abt 1846 - Georgia 1039
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       Father: Robert G. MITCHELL (Abt 1820-      ) 1039
       Mother: Jane (Abt 1824-      ) 1039




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REESE and Palmetta MITCHELL




Husband REESE 2905

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Wife Palmetta MITCHELL 2905

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       Father: Henry Goodwin MITCHELL (Abt 1793-      ) 2905
       Mother: Sophia HILL (      -      ) 2905



 Other Spouse: Warren HALLIDAY (      -      ) 2905


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Patrick MITCHELL




Husband Patrick MITCHELL 2798

         Born: Abt 1848 - Alabama 2798
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       Father: Patrick Henry MITCHELL (1822-1848)
       Mother: Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN (1829-1879) 2179,2248





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General Notes: Husband - Patrick MITCHELL

Patrick MITCHELL, born about 1848, was the son of Patrick Henry MITCHELL and Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN. His father's died in 1848, about the time Patrick was born. His widowed mother was then 19. According to the notes of Louisa Caroline Floyd Wilson, Patrick lived for about 10 years, dying in October, 1858.
"I have a letter from a cousin of Patrick's mother, Mary Elizabeth (Pearson) Boyce, (wife of Senator Boyce of SC, dated March 15th, 1858, saying "I'm glad you all have recovered from scarlet fever so well, it generally leaves some ill effects behind." I have a second letter that I can't seem to find, dated approximately Sept 1858, to Patrick's mother, stating how hard it must be on Patrick to have to be separated from his lifelong playmate because of the illness. I also have a letter on file from Pat's mother's sister, Lucretia Alston on file, dated October 19th, 1858, saying she had just been informed of Pat's death." (Tuck Wilson, 8 June 2006)
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Philip Fitzpatrick MITCHELL




Husband Philip Fitzpatrick MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Columbus White MITCHELL (1816-1856)
       Mother: Sarah FITZPATRICK (      -      )





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Lived in Snowdown, Alabama.
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Dr. Camillus Lewellen PINKSTON and Posey Ellen MITCHELL




Husband Dr. Camillus Lewellen PINKSTON 1840,4922

         Born: Abt 1848 - Alabama
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Wife Posey Ellen MITCHELL 1840,4922

         Born: Abt 1847 - Montgomery County, Alabama
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       Father: Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, CSA (1819-1869) 1839,1841
       Mother: Jane M. MURDOCK




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1 M Murdock Mitchell PINKSTON

         Born: 16 Jun 1871 1840
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General Notes: Husband - Dr. Camillus Lewellen PINKSTON

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, 1st District; Series: M432 Roll: 12 Page: 79: 167 168 The family of Franklin C. and Aurelia [Amelia in 1860] PINKSTON.

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, Montgomery P O; Series: M653 Roll: 19 Page: 291:
1378 1342 A. F. PINKSTON 26 M Planter 3,020 11,100 AL;
N. H. " 22 F AL;
1379 1343 F. C. PINKSTON 48 M Planter 25.000 44,047 GA;
Amelia " 32 F AL;
Charles " 16 M AL;
John " 14 M AL;
Lewellen* " 12 M AL;
Wiley " 10 M AL;
James " 7 M AL;
Belton " 5 AL
[*Camillis Lewellen who married Posey Ellen MITCHELL, b. about 1845, daughter of Julius Caesar Boneparte MITCHELL and Jane M. MURDOCK on 4 May 1870?]
1381 1345 Lafayett MURDOCK 34 M Planter 48,000 85,020 AL;
Juliet " 32 F GA;
Sarah J. " 12 F AL;
William L. " 11 M AL;
Martha " 7 F AL;
Julia " 3 F AL;
Ellen " 1 F AL;
Antenette [sic] " BURCH** 11 F AL;
Jennett " 9 F AL;
Jane " 6 F AL
[**These appear to be the children of James Irby BIRCH and Jeannette MITCHELL]
1382 1346 John MOSLEY 20 M Overseer AL.
1383 1347 Sarah A. MURDOCK 55 F [Blank] 1400 17,000 SC [Mother of Lafayette?]

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, Mt. Meigs P O; Series: M593 Roll: 34 Page: 347:
2110 2115 PINKSTON L. C. 22 M W Physician AL;
-- P. E. [Posey Ellen] 22 F W Keeping house AL;
MURDOCK S. A. 66 F W At hme SC;
BURCH Antoinette 20 F W At home AL;
BURCH J. A. 19 F W At home AL.
2113 2118 CHARLES Richard 27 M M AL;
-- Florence 25 F W Keeping house GA;
-- Mary J. 4 F W AL;
-- Thomas T. 1 M W AL.
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Pvt Randolph MITCHELL, Jr. CSA




Husband Pvt Randolph MITCHELL, Jr. CSA 182

         Born: Abt 1841 - Alabama 182
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       Father: Randolph MITCHELL, Sr. (Abt 1800-Bef 1860) 2798
       Mother: Martha DENSON (Between 1819/1826-      ) 2798





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General Notes: Husband - Pvt Randolph MITCHELL, Jr. CSA

Privates Warren J. Alston, Jordan H. Mitchell, Randolph Mitchell, and N. B. Mitchell are named in the published muster roll of the City Light Guards, Company A, Second Battalion of Georgia Volunteers, at Camp Lee, near Petersburg, Va., June 20th, 1862. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Sunday, February 20, 1898, Page 6]

Randolph MITCHELL and his cousin Julius C. MITCHELL were in the University of North Carolina Class of 1863. [History of the University of North Carolina: From 1868 to 1912, by Kemp Plummer Battle, p. 820]

Randolph MITCHELL, Jr., died as a result of wounds suffered in the War Between the States.
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Rebecca MITCHELL




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       Father: Henry MITCHELL (      -Between 1750/1751)
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Red Augustus MITCHELL




Husband Red Augustus MITCHELL 1340

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       Mother: Mary Louise WOOD (1785-1858) 1340





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Died young.
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Richard MITCHELL




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       Father: 2Lt. Robert Goodwin MITCHELL, C. S. A. (1843-1926)
       Mother: Amaretta FONDREN (      -      )





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Pvt. Richard Raines MITCHELL, CSA




Husband Pvt. Richard Raines MITCHELL, CSA

         Born: 20 Mar 1834 - Thomas County, Georgia
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       Father: Colonel Richard MITCHELL, War of 1812 (1791-1856)
       Mother: Sophronia Dewilde DICKEY (1808-1893)





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General Notes: Husband - Pvt. Richard Raines MITCHELL, CSA

Company C, 12th Georgia Militia.
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Robert MITCHELL




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         Born: Cir 1780
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1 M Napoleon Bonaparte MITCHELL

         Born: 1804 - Tennessee
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General Notes: Husband - Robert MITCHELL

Robert MITCHELL was the father and only heir of Napoleon Bonaparte MITCHELL who was killed in 1836 in San Antonio, Texas in the defense of the Alamo while fighting in the Texas War for Independence. Robert is identified from his depositions after the the war.


General Notes: Child - Napoleon Bonaparte MITCHELL

Napoleon Bonaparte MITCHELL was the only child of Robert MITCHELL. His mother name is yet to be found, she died before her son was killed at the Alamo.

On March 6, 1836, Napolean Bonaparte MITCHELL was killed by Mexican soldiers at the Battle of the Alamo during the Texas War for Independence. Edward (or Edwin) MITCHELL, his cousin, is also named as among the defenders of the Alamo.
The Defenders of the Alamo - Name, Place of Origin
Edwin T. Mitchell Private, marksman White's infantry co. [born]1806 unknown killed in battle fought at Bexar, remained at Alamo with Bexar Guards, ( A Mitchell was killed defending Juana Alsbury) [Source 98, Groneman, Alamo Defenders, (1990), p.81.]
Napoleon B. Mitchell Private, artillery Carey's artillery co. [born] 1804 unknown killed in battle fought at Bexar, remained at Alamo with Carey, (A Mitchell was killed defending Juana Alsbury) [Source 98, Groneman, Alamo Defenders, (1990), p.81.]
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Alamo_defenders#Defenders]
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MITCHELL, EDWIN T. (1806-1836)
Edwin T. Mitchell served in the Alamo garrison as a member the Bexar Guards under the command of Capt. Robert White. Mitchell died in the battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836, possibly bayoneted while trying to protect Juana N. Alsbury. His brother, DeWarren Mitchell, died in the Goliad Massacre.
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MITCHELL, NAPOLEON B. (1804-1836)
Born in Tennessee, Napoleon B. Mitchell arrived in Texas in 1834. Since his arrival was prior to March of 1836, this entitled him to a first-class grant of land from the Republic of Texas.
During the revolution, he served in the Alamo garrison as a private in Capt. William R. Carey's artillery company. He was present during the siege of Bexar in December 1835. Mitchell died in the battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836. His heirs received title to this grant, one-third league in Bastrop County, in 1838.
Juana Navarro Alsbury, an Alamo survivor, later stated that a man named Mitchell was bayoneted while trying to protect her during the battle. This man may have been Napoleon Mitchell or another defender, Edwin T. Mitchell.
[http://www.footnote.com/page/1164_the_fall_of_the_alamo/]
===

Napoleon's only heir was his father. Robert's depositions in claiming his son's bounty for service in the Texas War for Independence included "He arrived in this country in 1834 and he is a single man"--heirs' deposition) . . . He served in the army 2 months until March 6, 1836 (Bounty Certificate). "His mother died before he was killed [and] he had no brothers, or sisters--and the said Robert Mitchell was his only heir" (Bounty Certificate deposition). Another deposition says he served "Six months from the 28th day of September 1835 until the Sixth day of March 1836." [Sources provided by Jim Donovan]
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Robert MITCHELL




Husband Robert MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Henry MITCHELL (      -Between 1750/1751)
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Robert E. MITCHELL




Husband Robert E. MITCHELL 1212

         Born: Nov 1870 - Texas
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       Father: William G. MITCHELL (1838-1873) 1213
       Mother: Eleanor Clementine HALBERT (1840-1902) 432,1212,1213





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General Notes: Husband - Robert E. MITCHELL

Robert E. MITCHELL, son of William G. MITCHELL and Ellenor Clementine HALBERT, was born in November 1870 in Texas. He is named as "Robert E." in the 1880 and 1900 censuses of Coryell County, Texas.

According to family, Lee MITCHELL moved to Colorado and never married. The 1910 census indicates married, but a wife is not listed with him. In 1920, Robert E. L. MITCHELL is in Seattle, Washington, appropriate age, 49, born in Texas and listed as a widower. This Robert appears to be the son of William G. MITCHELL and Ellenor HALBERT.

1910 U.S. Census, Colorado, Montezuma County, Arriola; Series: T624 Roll: 123 Page: 73: 76 69 MITCHELL Lee R. Boarder M W 40 M1 TX TX TX Farm laborer General farm.

1920 U. S. Census, Washington, King County, Ward 214, Seattle; Series: T625 Roll: 1929 Page: 183:
Occidental Ave 217 36 61 MITCHELL Robert E. L. Lodger M W 49 Wd TX US US Laborer Shipyard.
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Robert Goodwin MITCHELL




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       Father: Robert Goodwin MITCHELL
       Mother: Mary O. ACOSTA





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Rufus L. MITCHELL




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       Father: 2Lt. Robert Goodwin MITCHELL, C. S. A. (1843-1926)
       Mother: Amaretta FONDREN (      -      )





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Died at age 14.
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Samuel MITCHELL




Husband Samuel MITCHELL 2310

         Born: 17 Jun 1745 - Virginia 2310
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       Father: Henry MITCHELL (      -Between 1750/1751) 176
       Mother: Sarah COOKE (      -      ) 2310





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SMITH and Sarah MITCHELL




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       Father: Henry MITCHELL (      -Between 1750/1751)
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Sarah Ann MITCHELL




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         Born: 1 May 1841 - Thomas County, Georgia
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         Died: Abt 1904
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       Father: Colonel Richard MITCHELL, War of 1812 (1791-1856)
       Mother: Sophronia Dewilde DICKEY (1808-1893)


     Marriage: 


Children

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Sarah Jane MITCHELL




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Wife Sarah Jane MITCHELL 1212

         Born: 1872 - Texas 1212
   Christened: 
         Died: 1918
       Buried: 


       Father: William G. MITCHELL (1838-1873) 1213
       Mother: Eleanor Clementine HALBERT (1840-1902) 432,1212,1213




Children

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Sarah Josephine MITCHELL




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Wife Sarah Josephine MITCHELL

         Born: 9 Nov 1843 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 Oct 1845 - Russell County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Cemetery on old Glenville Road about 1 mile north of Glenville Plantation


       Father: Randolph MITCHELL, Sr. (Abt 1800-Bef 1860) 2798
       Mother: Martha DENSON (Between 1819/1826-      ) 2798




Children

General Notes: Wife - Sarah Josephine MITCHELL

Buried in "Cemetery on old Glenville Road about 1 mile north of Glenville Plantation":
"Mitchell, Sarah Josephine died 12 Oct 1845 age 1 year, 11 months, 3 days
Parents: Randolph and Martha"
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~albarbou/Cemeteries/ceminfoneed.htm This cemetery is also found mentioned as "Mitchell Cemetery.")
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Swepson TAYLOR and Sarah T. MITCHELL




Husband Swepson TAYLOR

         Born: 26 Sep 1796 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 Aug 1854 - Itawamba County, Mississippi
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah T. MITCHELL

         Born: Cal 7 Apr 1801 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 Jun 1833 - Jones County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: James MITCHELL (Abt 1776-Between 1826/1827)
       Mother: Elizabeth JOURDAN (Abt 1780-      )




Children
1 F Elizabeth Jordan Whitehead TAYLOR

          AKA: Emily W. FLANNEGAN 4368
         Born: 1821 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas H. HARPER (Cir 1812-1843)
         Marr: 1837 - Harris County, Georgia 4369
       Spouse: Christopher C. FLANNEGAN (Abt 1812-      ) 4368
         Marr: Bef 21 Jan 1859


2 M Clark W. TAYLOR

         Born: 20 Jun 1820 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Jun 1886 - Lee County, Mississippi
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Swepson TAYLOR

"Elizabeth FLANNEGAN Daughter of Swepson TAILOR [sic] who married Sarah MITCHELL now deceasd Residing Auburn Macon County Ala" [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]

Swepson Taylor died 11 Aug 1854 in Mississippi. [David Leon "Tuck" Wilson]


General Notes: Wife - Sarah T. MITCHELL

"DIED, in Jones county, Ga. on the 28th June, Mrs. SAHAH T> TAYLOR, consort of Swepson Taylor, aged thirty-two years, two months and twenty-one days... member of the Methodist Episcopal Church... a few moments before she died exclaimed, "Jesus is precious to my soul." and then, without a struggle or groan, breathe her last - leaving a disconsolate husband and three children, together with numerous relations and friends to lament her irreparable loss." [The Federal Union, Milledgeville, Ga. August 1, 1833, p.1]

"Elizabeth FLANNEGAN Daughter of Swepson TAILOR [sic] who married Sarah MITCHELL now deceasd Residing Auburn Macon County Ala" [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth Jordan Whitehead TAYLOR

"Elizabeth Jordan Whitehead TAYLOR, b. 1821, Oglethorpe Co. [Georgia] died abt 1880 Opelika, Alabama, married 1st Thomas H. HARPER abt. 1837. He died 1843 in Auburn Ala. Elizabeth was "Lizzie Harper" in my Letters, during the 1840's. She married Christopher C. FLANNEGAN, a school teacher b. in Ireland." [David Leon "Tuck" Wilson, III]
"Elizabeth FLANNEGAN Daughter of Swepson TAILOR who married Sarah MITCHELL now deceasd Residing Auburn Macon County Ala" [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]


General Notes: Child - Clark W. TAYLOR

"Clark TAILOR [sic] the brother of the last named Heir, Elizabeth FLANNEGIN residing in the state of Mississippi" [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]
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Sheldon NOVICK and Sherwood Neave MITCHELL




Husband Sheldon NOVICK (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Sherwood Neave MITCHELL

         Born: 10 Dec 1941 - New York
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 Aug 2009 - Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Virginia


       Father: Lt. Col. Joseph Brady MITCHELL, WW II (1915-1993) 576,2411
       Mother: Emily Vivienne French BROWN (1918-2012)



 Other Spouse: Dr. Charles CLEELAND

 Other Spouse: Nelson V. HAAS (1923-1992) - After 1981


Children

General Notes: Wife - Sherwood Neave MITCHELL

Sherwood Neave Mitchell was the daughter of Lt. Col. Joseph Brady Mitchell and Vivienne Brown. She married Nelson V. Haas.

Sherwood M. Haas, born 10 December 1941, resided in Collegeville, Pennsylvania 19426, 1982-2007. Possible Relatives: Adele Haas, Kenneth Haas, Nelson V Haas. Record Number 125175288. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KRV4-NZQ : accessed 31 May 2015), Sherwood M Haas, Residence, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

Sherwood M. [Mitchell] Haas, born 10 December 1941 in Virginia, died 18 August 2009 at age 68. Her last residence was in Collegeville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 19426 ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VMZX-GZ9 : accessed 31 May 2015), Sherwood M Haas, 18 Aug 2009; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Obituary: August 27, 2009
Sherwood N. (Mitchell) Haas, of Upper Providence, died Aug. 18, 2009, in Vitas Hospice, Aria Health Hospital, Philadelphia. She was 67. Ms. Haas was born in New York, the daughter of Vivienne (Brown) Mitchell, Falls Church, Va., and the late Colonel Joseph B. Mitchell. She earned her graduate degree in English literature from Washington University, St. Louis, and was a member of Mensa. Ms. Haas was a former Collegeville real estate salesperson. She was an avid bird watcher and loved her golden retrievers. In addition to her mother, Ms. Haas is survived by her brother, J. Bradford Mitchell of Watertown, S.D.; two nieces and one nephew. Funeral services are private. Arrangements are by the Holcombe Funeral Home, Inc., Trappe.
[http://www.montgomerynews.com/articles/2009/08/27/obituaries/doc4a931eef8ee68725033372.txt]

Sherwood is buried in Section T, Lot 92, Site 3A, Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Alexandria City, Virginia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 64012296:

SHERWOOD MITCHELL
HAAS
1941 - 2009
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Solomon MITCHELL




Husband Solomon MITCHELL 1340

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       Father: Dr. Thomas James MITCHELL (Abt 1778-      )
       Mother: Mary Louise WOOD (1785-1858) 1340





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General Notes: Husband - Solomon MITCHELL

THIS SOLOMON MITCHELL?
Solomon W. MITCHELL married Elizabeth THOMPSON on 1 January 1832 in Pulaski County, Georgia. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~donbrown/pbride_pulaski.htm]
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Starling MITCHELL and Martha WALKER




Husband Starling MITCHELL

         Born: Bef 1774
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Wife Martha WALKER

         Born: Bef 1774
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       Father: Samuel WALKER, RS-SC (1751-1813)
       Mother: Martha Jefferson BELL (1751-1831) 943




Children

General Notes: Husband - Starling MITCHELL

"Martha WALKER was born before 1774. Martha married Starling MITCHELL. Starling was born before 1774."


General Notes: Wife - Martha WALKER

"Martha WALKER was born before 1774. Martha married Starling MITCHELL. Starling was born before 1774."

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Littleton WYCHE, Sr. and Susannah MITCHELL




Husband Littleton WYCHE, Sr. 1517

         Born: 28 Feb 1772 - St. Peter's Parish, Georgia 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Mar 1834 - Thomas County, Georgia 2892
       Buried:  - Wyche/Gatlin Home


       Father: Lt. Col. George WYCHE, RS-GA (Abt 1733-1809) 2892
       Mother: Mary PETERSON (Abt 1735-Abt 1781)


     Marriage: 8 May 1798 - Richmond County, Georgia 1517



Wife Susannah MITCHELL 1517

         Born: 20 Sep 1780 - Virginia 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 Jul 1850 - Thomas County, Georgia 2892
       Buried:  - Wyche/Gatlin Home


       Father: Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA (1756-1826) 2890
       Mother: Anne RAINES (1762-1832) 2890




Children
1 F Nancy Raines WYCHE 1517

         Born: 27 Feb 1799 - Richmond County, Georgia 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: John Drew ALSTON (Abt 1794-1852) 1517
         Marr: 4 Mar 1813 1517


2 M Thomas Clarke WYCHE 1517

         Born: 25 Mar 1801 2797
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 Jul 1870 2797
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Catherine MACINTYRE (1809-      ) 1517
         Marr: 5 Mar 1826 2891


3 F Rececca Taylor WYCHE 1517

         Born: 11 May 1803 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: Leonard T. WARNER (      -      ) 1517
         Marr: 7 Dec 1819 1517


4 F Martha Susannah WYCHE 1517

         Born: 10 Aug 1805 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 Jun 1824 2892
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Hardy BRYAN (Abt 1803-1859)
         Marr: 15 Dec 1823 1517


5 F Mariah WYCHE 1517

         Born: 7 Nov 1807 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: Hardy BRYAN (Abt 1803-1859)
         Marr: 5 Aug 1824 1517


6 F Elizabeth WYCHE 1517

         Born: 2 Dec 1809 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 1877
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Judge Loverd BRYAN (1804-1877) 1517
         Marr: 31 Jan 1826 1517


7 M Henry Beaty WYCHE 2892

         Born: 30 Apr 1812 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 Aug 1839 2892
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth Goodwin BLACKSHEAR (      -      )
         Marr: 13 Aug 1835 1517


8 F Margaret Bryan WYCHE 1517

         Born: 14 Jul 1815 - Montgomery County, Georgia 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: Robert Andrew RAIFORD, Sr. (Abt 1809-      ) 1517,2590
         Marr: 8 May 1834 - Monticello. Jefferson, Florida 1517


9 M William WYCHE 1517

         Born: 12 Jan 1818 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: Louisa M. THOMAS (Abt 1820-      ) 1517
         Marr: 15 Aug 1838 1517


10 F Patience WYCHE 1515,1516,1517

         Born: 7 Aug 1820 - Montgomery County, Georgia 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1 Jun 1880 1518
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Malachi RAIFORD (Abt 1815-1851) 1517
         Marr: 10 Nov 1834 - Thomas County, Georgia 1517
       Spouse: James Jackson VICKERS, Sr. (1806-1886) 1515
         Marr: 21 Mar 1852 - Caddo Parish, Louisiana


11 M Littleton WYCHE, Jr. 1517,2891,3753

         Born: 8 Feb 1823 - Montgomery County, Georgia 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 Nov 1875 - Grimes County, Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Elizabeth COALSON (Abt 1828-Bef 1870) 1517
         Marr: 14 Apr 1850 - Thomas County, Georgia 1517



General Notes: Husband - Littleton WYCHE, Sr.

"Littleton WYCHE was born on 28 Feb 1772 in Parish of St. Paul, GA. William and Mary College Quarterly, Vol. XIV, No. 1, July 1905, lists the place of birth as Richmond County, Georgia. Richmond County was not formed until 1777. He died on 13 Mar 1834 in Thomas County, GA. His obituary, His name and character will be long remembered in the community in which he lived, was published May 21, 1834 in the Southern Recorder. He was buried in Wyche/Gatlin Home, Thomas County, GA. Wyche/Gatlin home is four miles east of Thomasville, Georgia at the junction of the old and new Boston roads.
1791 - Littleton was listed as a defaulter in Captain Harvie's District of Richmond County, Georgia on October 1, 1791.
1793 - Littleton's father, George, gave him five slaves by deed of gift (Recorded Richmond Co., Deed Book D).
1795 - Littleton is listed in the 1795 Tax Digest, Richmond County, Knowland District.
1797 - Littleton is listed in the 1797 Tax Digest, Richmond County, Ward District.
1800/08 - Record of deed transaction between Littleton Wyche and George Wyche (no date) in Montgomery County, Georgia. Witnesses were: Batt Wyche and John Wilson. (Deed Book G, page 141)
1801 - Record of deed transaction between David Blackshear and Littleton Wyche on September 19, 1801 in Montgomery County, Georgia. Witnesses were: John Buxsh, John H. Bryan, and Edward Bush. (Deed Book G, page 122)
1813 - Record of deed transaction between Radford Browning and Littleton Wyche in Montgomery County, Georgia on November 9, 1813. Witnesses were: Thomas Moore and Benjamin G. Gray (Deed Book H, page 243)
1814 - Record of deed transaction between William Lott, Simon Lott, and Arthur Lott on February 7, 1814. Witnesses were: George Wyche and Littleton Wyche. (Deed Book H, page 247)
1815 - Record of deed transaction between James Alston, John Joyce, and William Blair on December 7, 1815. Witnesses were: John Burnett, James Alston and Littleton Wyche (Deed Book H, page 331)
1815 - Record of deed transaction between Joel Sherrard and John D. Alston on December 23, 1815. Witnesses were: William Ryals and Littleton Wyche (Deed Book H, page 338)
1815 - Record of deed transaction between Richard Gittens and John D. Alston on December 23, 1815. Witnesses were: Littleton Wyche and Thomas L. Hill (Deed Book H, page 339)
1815 - Record of deed transaction between David Tesslie and Rodford Browning (no date.) Witnesses were: Thomas Tesslie and Littleton Wyche.
1816 - Littleton applied for letters of dismission from his executorship on the estate of Daniel Payne. The ad appeared in the July 10, 1816 issue of the Georgia Journal.
1817 - Record of deed transaction between John Hill Bryan, Thomas Moore, Daniel and Benjamin Cray, and Thomas Mitchell in Montgomery County on August 21, 1817. Witnesses were: Duncan Thompson and Littleton Wyche. (loose papers, page 12)
1817 - Record of deed transaction between David Tayslie and Radford Browning in Montgomery County (no date, abt 1817.) Witnesses were: Thomas Tayslie and Littleton Wyche. (loose papers, page 44)
1818 - On August 4, 1818 the Georgia Journal advertised a notice of bid for a new jail to be let at Mount Vernon, Montgomery County, Georgia. The ad was signed by the commissioners, Daniel McIntosh, Benjamin G. Cray, Jordan Hall, George Wyche, and Littleton Wyche.
1818 - The September 1, 1818 issue of the Georgia Journal reported that Littleton Wyche, as acting executor for the estate of Daniel Payne, was holding an estate sale in Tatnall County.
1821 - Record of deed transaction between Littleton Wyche and Rebecca Taylor Warner (dau) in Montgomery County on May 15, 1821. Witnesses were: Jesse Roberts and Hugh Meany (page 152.)
1826 - Littleton was a member of the June 1826 term of the Montgomery County Grand Jury.
1861 - The Wednesday, May 15, 1861 issue of the Southern Enterprise lists Littleton as a contributor to the formation of the Ochlocknee Light Infantry and the Thomasville Guards.
He was married to Susannah MITCHELL (daughter of ) on 2 May 1798 in Richmond County, GA. William and Mary College Quarterly, Vol. XIV, No. 1, July 1905 lists the marriage date as May 8, 1798. Susannah MITCHELL was born on 20 Sep 1780 in VA. William and Mary College Quarterly lists date of birth as April 20, 1780. She died on 29 Jul 1850 in Thomas County, GA. She was buried in Wyche/Gatlin Home, Thomas County, GA. Littleton WYCHE and Susannah MITCHELL had the following children: Nancy Raines WYCHE; Thomas Clarke WYCHE; Rebecca Taylor WYCHE;. Martha Susannah WYCHE; Maria WYCHE; Elizabeth WYCHE; Henry WYCHE; Margaret Bryan WYCHE; William WYCHE; Patience WYCHE; and Littleton WYCHE Jr."(Henry T. Poole III, 310 Summerhill Place, Warner Robins, GA 31088-7420; http://www.angelfire.com/ga/htpiii/w24gen.html#TOP)
Littleton WYCHE, son of George WYCHE, moved form Richmond County, Georgia to Montgomery County in 1801. He married Susannah MITCHELL, daughter of Thomas MITCHELL who moved from Virginia to Hancock County, Georgia.
The record of marriage bonds for Littleton WYCHE of Richmond County, Georgia and Susannah MITCHELL of Hancock County, Georgia dated May 2, 1798 is recorded in the Historical Collection of the Georgia D.A.R., Vol. 2, page 194. Benjamin NOWLAND signed as security. The bond is found in Richmond County records.
"Littleton WYCHE (b.1771 in Richmond Co, GA d.1834 in Thomas Co, GA.) Littleton married Susannah MITCHELL. They moved from Richmond Co, GA to Houston Co and then on to Montgomery Co, GA where all their 11 children were born. In 1825, Littleton moved his family to Thomas Co, GA. Children: Nancy Raines Wyche,Thomas Clark, Rebecca Taylor, Martha Susannah, Maria,Elizabeth, HENRY b.1812 (my g grandfather), MARGARET BRYAN b. 14 July 1813, married Robert RAIFORD 1834, William, PATIENCE b. 1820 married Malachi RAIFORD 1836 and later m. James VICKERS, and the 11th child was Littleton, Jr." (Frances Lindley </cgi-genforum/email.cgi?536337566>, January 01, 2002)


General Notes: Wife - Susannah MITCHELL

William and Mary College Quarterly lists date of birth as April 20, 1780. She died on 29 Jul 1850 in Thomas County, GA. She was buried in Wyche/Gatlin Home, Thomas County, GA.


General Notes: Child - Henry Beaty WYCHE

The Bible of Thomas C. WYCHE lists Henry WYCHE's marriage to Elizabeth G. COULSON on 13 August 1835.


General Notes: Child - Margaret Bryan WYCHE

"Margaret Bryan WYCHE was born on 14 Jul 1815 in Montgomery County, GA. Elizabeth Hopkins' loose papers state Margaret married Hodge in Lousiana.
She was married to Robert RAIFORD on 8 May 1834 in Thomas County, GA. The ceremony was performed by the Honorable John Connell. The wedding was announced in the May 21, 1834 issue of The Southern Recorder. The Automated Archives source, CD-3, lists the husband's surname as Rayford and the county as Terrell County, Georgia. The LDS North American Index lists the husband's surname as Rayferd." (Henry T. Poole III, 310 Summerhill Place, Warner Robins, GA 31088-7420 http://www.angelfire.com/ga/htpiii/w25gen.html)


General Notes: Child - Patience WYCHE

"Patience WYCHE was born on 7 Aug 1820 in Montgomery County, GA. She was married to Malachi RAIFORD on 4 Jan 1836 in Thomas County, GA. William and Mary College Quarterly, Vol. XIV, No. 1, July 1905 lists marriage date as November 10, 1834. Other sources give other dates: The Automated Archives source, CD-3, lists the county as Terrell County, Georgia and the marriage date as January 4, 1836. "Georgia Bible Records", compiled by Jennette Holland Austin, published in 1985, pages 282 - 284, shows the Thomas C. Wyche Bible. Under the heading, "Sheets inserted in Bible" on page 283, is Malachi Rayford & Patience Wyche m. 11/10/1834.

Patience WYCHE and Malachi RAIFORD had the following children: Susan M. RAIFORD was born about 1843 in MS; Robert W. RAIFORD was born about 1845 in MS. R. W. and Malachi were twins; Malachi RAIFORD was born about 1845 in MS. Malachi and R. W. were twins.

Malachi Raiford died about 1850.

"Robert was born July 27, 1844 in Marshall Co., Ms. After the death of his father, his mother appears in the 1860 Hempstead Co., (Arkansas) Federal Census as the wife of J. J.Vickers. Robert is 15 yrs.old here." (Ellen Samford :fstexasrose@yahoo.com, email, 6.11.2005)

Patience later married James Jackson VICKERS on 21 Mar 1852. James Jackson VICKERS was born on 9 Sep 1806 in Wilkinson County, GA. He died on 22 Jun 1886 in LA or AR ?. Patience WYCHE and James Jackson VICKERS had the following children: Hardy VICKERS; Littleton Augustus VICKERS; William Williams VICKERS; Sarah Jane VICKERS." (Henry T. Poole III, 310 Summerhill Place, Warner Robins, GA 31088-7420 http://www.angelfire.com/ga/htpiii/w25gen.html)



General Notes: Child - Littleton WYCHE, Jr.

Littleton WYCHE Jr. was born on 8 Feb 1823 in Montgomery County, GA. He died on 11 Nov 1875 in Grimes County, TX. Died from typhoid pneumonia.
1850 - Littleton, aged 24, and his wife, Mary, aged 20, were listed as living with his brother, Henry, in the 1850 census.
He was married to Mary Elizabeth COALSON (daughter of Elizabeth Goodwin BLACKSHEAR) on 14 Apr 1850 in Thomas County, GA. Mary Elizabeth COALSON was born about 1830. Littleton WYCHE Jr. and Mary Elizabeth COALSON had the following children: Mary Elizabeth WYCHE; Susannah WYCHE. Susannah died young; Paul C. WYCHE was born about 1862. He died on 14 Aug 1884 in Iamonia, Leon County, FL. Elizabeth Hopkins' loose papers state that Paul died at 12 years of age. The Saturday, August 30, 1884 issue of the Thomasville Times reported his death. Obituary: Paul C. Wyce died at the residence of Mrs. Annie H. Lester on Lake Iamonee, Leon County, Fla., Aug. 14th, 1884, in his 22nd year. In the 1880 Census, Paul is living with W. H. Lester and his wife Annie Harriett Wyche in Leon County, Florida. (Henry T. Poole III, 310 Summerhill Place, Warner Robins, GA 31088-7420 http://www.angelfire.com/ga/htpiii/w25gen.html)
1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Thomasville P O, 16 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 138 Page: 54: Line 40 Littleton WYCHE 35 W M Farmer 7,900 26,200 GA; (Next page) Mary E. " 32 F W GA; M. E. " 4 F W GA; Susan " 3 F W GA; Franklin ???? 10 M W GA (Another Surname?).
1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Duncanville Road, Thomasville P O, 16 December 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 177 Page: 51: 308 380 WYCHE, Littleton 47 M W Farmer 3500 1500 GA; -- Mary E. 18 F W GA; -- Paul C. 7 M W GA.
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Susie Dawson MITCHELL




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Wife Susie Dawson MITCHELL

         Born: 1874 - Russell County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 Aug 1874 - Russell County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama


       Father: Americus Columbus MITCHELL, Jr. (1850-1902) 182
       Mother: Susie Snider DAWSON (1852-1878) 1301,1302




Children

General Notes: Wife - Susie Dawson MITCHELL

"Susie Dawson, infant daughter of Americus C. Mitchell, Jr., and Susie Dawson Mitchell, of Glennville, Ala., died on the 29th of August 1874." [Southern Christian Advocate]

Susie Dawson MITCHELL shares a headstone with her sister, Merrie Susie, in Glenville Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama. A picture of the stone on Find A Grave Memorial# 32864705 created by Christine Thacker on Jan 12, 2009, shows:

SUSIE DAWSON &
MERRIE SUSIE MITCHELL
CHILDREN OF
AMERICUS C. & SUSIE D. MITCHELL
DIED AUG. 29, 1874 &
FEB. 1, 1878
"SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN TO
COME UNTO ME, AND FORBID
THEM NOT; FOR OF SUCH IS THE
KINGDOM OF HEAVEN"
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Tabby MITCHELL




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Wife Tabby MITCHELL 4509

         Born: Sep 1879 - Alabama 4509
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       Father: Abraham Hill MITCHELL (Abt 1835-      ) 4232
       Mother: Sarah Frances UPSHAW (Abt 1848-      ) 1395,4509




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Tabitha MITCHELL




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Wife Tabitha MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Henry MITCHELL (      -Between 1750/1751)
       Mother: Sarah COOKE (      -      )




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Tabitha MITCHELL




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Wife Tabitha MITCHELL 679

         Born: 31 Oct 1751 - Virginia 679
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       Father: Dr. Thomas MITCHELL (1722-Bef 1762) 678,679
       Mother: Amey GOODWYNNE (1732-1773) 678




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Tabitha Varner MITCHELL




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Wife Tabitha Varner MITCHELL

         Born: 6 Feb 1796 - Georgia
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         Died: 14 Feb 1796 - Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA (1756-1826) 2890
       Mother: Anne RAINES (1762-1832) 2890




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Taylor Hobbs MITCHELL




Husband Taylor Hobbs MITCHELL

         Born: 19 Oct 1799 - Georgia
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       Father: Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA (1756-1826) 2890
       Mother: Anne RAINES (1762-1832) 2890





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Tennent L. MITCHELL




Husband Tennent L. MITCHELL 4509

         Born: Abt 1865 - Alabama 4509
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       Father: Abraham Hill MITCHELL (Abt 1835-      ) 4232
       Mother: Elizabeth PERSONS (Abt 1837-Bef 1867)





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General Notes: Husband - Tennent L. MITCHELL

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Hatchechubbee; Series: T624 Roll: 32 Page: 163: 67 67 MITCHELL Tennant L. M W 46 S AL AL AL Farmer General farm.
Neighbors:
68 68 MITCHELL Charles H.,39, ssingle.
69 69 UPSHAW John H., 69, and family.
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Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA and Anne RAINES




Husband Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA 2890

         Born: 8 May 1756 - Sussex County, Virginia 2890
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 Jul 1826 - Thomas County, Georgia 2890
       Buried: 


       Father: Dr. Thomas MITCHELL (1722-Bef 1762) 678,679
       Mother: Amey GOODWYNNE (1732-1773) 678


     Marriage: Abt 1779



Wife Anne RAINES 2890

         Born: 9 Mar 1762 - Sussex County, Virginia 2890
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 May 1832 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Nathaniel RAINES (1730-Between 1789/1789) 2890
       Mother: Susannah GREEN (Abt 1735-      ) 2890




Children
1 F Susannah MITCHELL 1517

         Born: 20 Sep 1780 - Virginia 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 Jul 1850 - Thomas County, Georgia 2892
       Buried:  - Wyche/Gatlin Home
       Spouse: Littleton WYCHE, Sr. (1772-1834) 1517
         Marr: 8 May 1798 - Richmond County, Georgia 1517


2 M Nathaniel Raines MITCHELL

         Born: 1788
   Christened: 
         Died: 1854
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Temperance JORDAN (1792-1843)
         Marr: 6 Oct 1806 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia


3 F Emily Goodwyn MITCHELL

         Born: 22 Oct 1882
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Edward BLACKSHEAR (      -      )


4 M Hartwell Raines MITCHELL

         Born: 9 Feb 1785
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martha JORDAN (Abt 1790-      )
         Marr: 21 Aug 1806 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia


5 M Colonel Richard MITCHELL, War of 1812

         Born: 3 Feb 1791 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 Feb 1856 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried: Fair Oaks Plantation
       Spouse: Sophronia Dewilde DICKEY (1808-1893)


6 M Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, Jr.

         Born: 13 Feb 1793
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Feb 1861 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Heard Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia



7 F Tabitha Varner MITCHELL

         Born: 6 Feb 1796 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 Feb 1796 - Georgia
       Buried: 



8 F Nancy Green MITCHELL

         Born: 23 Aug 1797 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 M Taylor Hobbs MITCHELL

         Born: 19 Oct 1799 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



10 M John Raines MITCHELL

         Born: 6 Dec 1802 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 Jul 1826 - Georgia
       Buried: 



11 M Edward B. MITCHELL

         Born: 26 Dec 1807 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 Sep 1824 - Jasper County, Georgia
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA

"Colonel Thomas Goodwin MITCHELL Jr., R. S. was born on May 8, 1756 in Sussex County, VA. Davenport-Mitchell-Raines source has birthdate as 5-Aug-1756. He died on July 27, 1826 in Thomas County, GA. His will mentions his children Sussanna Wyche, Emily Blackshear, Nancy Stone, Hartwell, Nathaniel, Richard, Thomas, Taylor, and John Mitchell and his grandson, Thomas Gatlin. Thomas served in the Revolutionary War in the 11th Virginia Regiment, commanded by Colonel Daniel Morgan. He was promoted to Colonel of the regiment. After the war, he moved to Hancock County, Georgia and later to Montgomery County, which was cut off into Telfair County. In about 1825 he moved to the new county of Thomas where he died. He owned a large plantation and was also a large slave owner. He was married to Ann RAINES about 1779 in Prince George County, VA. Ann RAINES was born on September 3, 1762 in Sussex County, VA. Davenport-Mitchell-Raines source has birthdate as Mar 9, 1762. She died on May 28, 1830 in Thomas County, GA. She was buried in Wyche/Gatlin Home, Thomas County, GA." [http://www.angelfire.com/ga4/h-pooleiii/Mitchell_desc.pdf]

My ancestor was Thomas GOODWYN, he was the father of John GOODWYN, who was the father of Amy GOODWYN, who married Thomas MITCHELL (8/2/1722 - 1761). Their son, Thomas Goodwin MITCHELL (1756 - 7/27/1826) was born in Sussex County, VA. Died in Thomas County Georgia. He served in 11th Virginia Regiment under Col. Daniel MORGAN, 1776-1779, in Revolutionary War. Received land grant in Montgomery County Georgia for his service. Married Anna in 1779. [Greg Crow, gregc@yahoo.com, http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/rw/surnames.goodwyn/28.1]


General Notes: Wife - Anne RAINES

"Ann RAINES47 was born on 3 Sep 1762 in Sussex County, VA.32 Davenport-Mitchell-Raines source has birthdate as 9-Mar-1762. She died on 28 May 1830 in Thomas County, GA.
She was married to Thomas Goodwin MITCHELL Jr., RS (son of Doctor Thomas MITCHELL and Amy GOODWYN) about 1779 in Prince George County, VA.47,84,85,86 Thomas Goodwin MITCHELL Jr., RS87 was born on 8 May 1756 in Sussex County, VA.32,88 Davenport-Mitchell-Raines source has birthdate as 5-Aug-1756. He died on 27 Jul 1826 in Thomas County, GA.89,90 His will mentions his children Sussanna Wyche, Emily Blackshear, Nancy Stone, Hartwell, Nathaniel, Richard, Thomas, Taylor, and John Mitchell and his grandson, Thomas Gatlin. Thomas served in the Revolutionary War in the 11th Virginia Regiment, and was promoted to Colonel of the regiment. After the war, he moved to Hancock County, Georgia and later to Montgomery County, which was cut off into Telfair County. In about 1825 he moved to the new county of Thomas where he died. He owned a large plantation and was also a large slave owner. Ann RAINES and Thomas Goodwin MITCHELL Jr., RS had the following children:
+49 i. Susannah MITCHELL.
+50 ii. Emily "Amy" Goodwin MITCHELL.
+51 iii. Hartwell MITCHELL.
+52 iv. Nathaniel Raines MITCHELL Jr.
+53 v. Richard MITCHELL.
+54 vi. Thomas Goodwin MITCHELL Jr."
(http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ourfolkstales/Raines/Descendentsofwilliamraines.html)


General Notes: Child - Susannah MITCHELL

William and Mary College Quarterly lists date of birth as April 20, 1780. She died on 29 Jul 1850 in Thomas County, GA. She was buried in Wyche/Gatlin Home, Thomas County, GA.


General Notes: Child - Emily Goodwyn MITCHELL

Called Amy". (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ourfolkstales/Raines/Descendentsofwilliamraines.html)


General Notes: Child - Colonel Richard MITCHELL, War of 1812

Colonel Richard MITCHELL is prominently mentioned in the biography of his son, Judge Robert G. MITCHELL.

Among others listed in the notice, RICHARD MITCHELL of Thomas County was appointed Aide-de-Camp to the Commander in Chief with the rank of Colonel. [The Georgian, Savannah, Georgia, March 6, 1828, Page 2]

Thomas-Pulaski-Laurens County GaArchives Biographies.....Mitchell, Robert G. 1843 - living in 1913
File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Joy Fisher sdgenweb@yahoo.com October 19, 2004.
From: A HISTORY OF SAVANNAH AND SOUTH GEORGIA VOLUME II, William Harden, The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago and New York, 1913 p. 825-828:
JUDGE ROBERT G. MITCHELL. A man of the true and noble character for which the sons of the Southland are noted, Robert Goodwin Mitchell has played his part bravely and well in all the activities of his life. He has served his state in times of war, suffering severe wounds in the service of the cause of the Confederacy, and has served it no less efficiently in times of peace, as a legislator, and also as an industrious private citizen and a Christian gentleman. A native of the community in which he has passed the greater part of his long and honored life. Judge Mitchell was born on a plantation in Thomas county, Georgia, July 15, 1843. His father, the Hon. Richard Mitchell, was born near Petersburg, Virginia, in 1797, the son of Col. Thomas Mitchell. Col. Thomas Mitchell was a native of the Old Dominion state, and commanded a troop of cavalry in the War of the Revolution. After the colonies had been freed from the yoke of tyranny, Colonel Mitchell moved from Virginia, and settled in Montgomery county, Georgia, where he resided for some years. He finally left his home in that locality, however, and became one of the pioneer settlers of southern Georgia, establishing himself in Thomas county, on a tract of wooded land about nine miles southwest of Thomasville. There he built a log house, one of the early type, with a puncheon floor. He was the owner of a number of slaves, and set them to work to clear his land, and put it under cultivation. Colonel Mitchell is said to have been the first to grow sugar cane for market. He made what was called "sugar mush" of the cane, and hauled it in this form to the port of St. Marks, about sixty-five miles distant, for shipment to New York. This proved a profitable venture, and he continued to grow cane on his plantation until his death. He was buried on the plantation where he had lived, in the family burying ground, where his wife also sleeps. The father of the subject of this history was a mere boy when his parents moved to Georgia. Having received a good education as a foundation for success, he started out as a young man in the mercantile business at old Hartford, Pulaski county, Georgia. After a time, however, he gave up this enterprise, and moved to Thomas county, where he bought land near his father's estate, and engaged in the pursuit of agriculture. He remained on this land where he had a number of slaves at work for him, until his death, which occurred on the twelfth of February, 1856. A member of the old Whigs, Richard Mitchell always took an active interest in public affairs. His devotion to his party and to the best interests of his community were rewarded in the 30's, by his election to the state legislature, a representative from Pulaski county. Richard Mitchell was united in marriage to Sophronia Dickey, who was born near Sumpter, South Carolina, in the year 1808, and died many years after her husband, on the 17th of May, 1893, at the advanced age of eighty-five years. Sophronia Dickey Mitchell was the mother of nine children. One of these, a daughter, and the second child, died in infancy, but the rest lived to the age of maturity. Their names are as follows: Henry, Frances Nelson, Richard Baines, William Dickey, Sarah Ann, Robert Goodwin, Harriet E., and Amy Susan. After some preliminary work in the neighborhood schools, Robert Goodwin Mitchell attended Fletcher Institute, at Thomasville, and later he was a student in the preparatory department of Mercer University for one term. When but eighteen years old, he volunteered for the Confederate service at Thomasville, and was mustered in Savannah in July, 1861, as color bearer, in Company E of the Twenty-ninth Regiment. Soon after this he was appointed sergeant and at the re-organization in 1862, was made second lieutenant of his company. The Twenty-ninth was held on the coast, serving about Atlanta, and between that city and Charleston, until May, 1863, when it was sent to Mississippi as part of the command of Gen. W. H. T. Walker, for the re-enforcement of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston. There Lieutenant Mitchell participated in the fighting about Jackson, and the march toward Vicksburg, and when Gen. C. C, Wilson, of the Twenty-first Regiment, was put in command of the brigade, including the Twenty-ninth, he was appointed to his staff as aide-de-camp. In this capacity he participated in the gallant and important service of Walker's division at the battle of Chickamauga, and during one siege of Chattanooga, and the battle of Missionary Ridge. General Wilson dying about this time at Ringgold, Gen. C. H. Stevens assumed the command of the brigade with his own staff, and Lieutenant Mitchell returned to his regiment, and was at once appointed adjutant, in which capacity he performed his duty brilliantly throughout the Dalton and Atlanta campaigns. He was in battle about Dalton, at Resaca, Cassville, New Hope Church, Kenesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, and was in the battle at Atlanta in which General Walker was killed, on July 22, 1864, and after serving in the entrenchments under fire following this last-named engagement, was severely wounded on the line southwest of the city, August 9, 1864. His wound entirely incapacitated him for duty during the remainder of the war, and after remaining under treatment at Macon for some time, he returned home. He was forced, however, to use crutches for six months after peace had been declared. The Twenty-ninth Regiment was commanded by Judge Mitchell's brother, Col. William Dickey Mitchell, who was severely wounded at Chickamauga. Having recovered from this wound, Colonel Mitchell joined Hood's command, and went on the Tennessee campaign, taking part in the battles of Murfreesboro, Franklin, and Nashville. He was captured in the battle of Nashville, and taken to Johnson's Island, Lake Erie, where he was detained as a prisoner of war until the contest was ended. Upon his return home he engaged in the practice of law at Thomasville, in which place he made his home, living in the honor and esteem of the entire community, and receiving many honors, among them the offices of county judge, in which capacity he was serving at the time of his death, which occurred in 1892. It was while Robert G. Mitchell was disabled from the wound he received in the war that he began the study of law, a profession in which he was destined to attain many honors. After his admission to the bar, he formed a partnership with his brother William. In 1873 he was appointed solicitor general of the southern circuit of Georgia, a position which he held for about twelve years. At the end of this time he resigned, and in 1884 was elected to the state senate, serving in the session of 1884-5. In the year 1890, he was again chosen to receive the honor of the state senatorship, and represented his district in the legislature of that year, serving in that session and that of the following year as president of the senate. Upon the consummation of his term as senator, Judge Mitchell resumed the practice of his profession, and held no public office until 1903, when he was elected judge of the superior court of the southern circuit of Georgia, to succeed Judge Hansell. He resigned from this office in 1910, having been one of the best judges the state of Georgia has ever known. Since his retirement from the judgeship, Judge Mitchell has been engaged in the peaceful pursuit of agriculture. He has a farm of about two thousand acres, situated from six to eight miles south of Thomasville. He resides in Thomasville on the outskirts of the city, in the home he has occupied since 1865. His house is a commodious frame structure, built in colonial style, with large pillars supporting the porch. It is situated about one hundred feet back from the street, in a lawn well-shaded by large oak and magnolia trees, and with an avenue of stately pecan trees leading to the door. On the 21st of January, 1864, Robert G. Mitchell was married to Amaretta Fondren, who was born in Dublin, Laurens county, Georgia, the daughter of John G. and Nancy Thompson Fondren, both natives of Laurens county. For many years Mr. Fondren was in the mercantile business in Dublin, afterward coming to Thomas county, where he bought a large tract of land, on which he employed as many as two hundred slaves. He spent the last days of his life in Thomasville, where he died before the war. Judge and Mrs. Mitchell have been blessed with nine children, who have reached maturity, and two others, Rufus L. and Harriet E., who died in childhood, aged fourteen and five years respectively. The children who have survived are as follows: Minnie Lee, Frances, Annette, Robert Goodwin, John Fondren, Emmett, Carl, Julian Raines, and Richard. Of these, Minnie Lee married Dr. W. W. Bruce, of Thomasville, and has one child, Helen; Annette is the wife of Theodosius Winn, a resident of Thomasville, and has three children, Davies, Nettie, and Sarah; Robert G., who is now an attorney of Blackshear, Georgia, is married to Mary 0. Acosta, and has eight children, Blanche Acosta, Catherine, Robert Goodwin, Emily, Eustace, Mary Lillian, Nettie Fondren, and John Gorden; John F., married Anne Montgomery; Emmett married Augusta Bowen Lathrop, and has three children, Lathrop, Emmett, and Fondren. Carl is cashier of a bank at Lyons, Georgia, and Julian R. is a resident of Kansas City, Missouri. The judge's daughters received their education in the Thomasville schools, graduating from the Young Female College. John F. took a law course at Athens, Georgia, and served three terms in the Georgia legislature and lacked but two votes of being elected speaker. Mrs. Mitchell and the judge are both members of the Missionary Baptist church, and have reared their sons and daughters in the same faith. Besides his many interests in public and private life, Judge Mitchell has found time to affiliate with the Masonic fraternity, belonging to the Thomasville lodge of that organization. He is also a member of the W. D. Mitchell Camp of Confederate Veterans. The following, which appeared in a paper in the locality in which Judge Mitchell makes his home, is a true testimonial of the esteem and honor in which he is so deservedly held: "Throughout all his career, civil and military, he has been loyal to his country, his party, and generous and public spirited. * * * He did heroic service in redeeming Georgia from the second invasion, known as the 'reconstruction,' and he is one of the old guard, never departing from the faith, always holding to the time-honored principles of his party, warning against strange doctrines and new departures." (File at: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/thomas/bios/gbs341mitchell.txt)

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County shows Richard Mitchell, 59, a farmer with wife, Johannia, 42, son Henry, 20, son Richard, 16, daughter, Frances, 14, son, William, 9, daughter, Sarah, 11, son, Robert, 7, daughter, Harriet, 4, daughter, Anny, 2.


General Notes: Child - Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, Jr.

Southern Enterprise February 27, 1861 DEATH'S DOINGS One of the oldest and most respectable citizens of Thomas County, Thomas G. Mitchell, died on the 22d inst., at the age of 67 years [b. 1794?].-He had been an invalid for several years, and only recently returned from Tennessee, where he had been in hope of improving his health. Mr. Mitchell lived a Universalist to within a few days of his death when he was converted to the orthodox faith, and to the great joy of his family renounced Universalism and embraced true Christianity. A few hours after his death he was followed to eternity and the grave by an elder sister, Mrs. Ann Blackshear, a lady like himself, lamented for those sterling virtues that never fail to give their possessor a home in our affections. (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/thomas/obits/mitchellt.txt)


General Notes: Child - Edward B. MITCHELL

Edward B. MITCHELL was born on December 26, 1807 in Hancock County, Georgia. He died on September 21, 1824 in Hillsborough, Jasper County, GA. Tuesday October 12, 1824: "Edward B. Mitchell, aged 16, son of Mr. Thomas Mitchell of Montgomery County, Georgia, died at Hillsborough, Jasper County, Georgia on the 21st ultimo."
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Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, Jr.




Husband Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, Jr.

         Born: 13 Feb 1793
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Feb 1861 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Heard Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


       Father: Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA (1756-1826) 2890
       Mother: Anne RAINES (1762-1832) 2890





Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, Jr.

Southern Enterprise February 27, 1861 DEATH'S DOINGS One of the oldest and most respectable citizens of Thomas County, Thomas G. Mitchell, died on the 22d inst., at the age of 67 years [b. 1794?].-He had been an invalid for several years, and only recently returned from Tennessee, where he had been in hope of improving his health. Mr. Mitchell lived a Universalist to within a few days of his death when he was converted to the orthodox faith, and to the great joy of his family renounced Universalism and embraced true Christianity. A few hours after his death he was followed to eternity and the grave by an elder sister, Mrs. Ann Blackshear, a lady like himself, lamented for those sterling virtues that never fail to give their possessor a home in our affections. (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/thomas/obits/mitchellt.txt)

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Dr. Thomas James MITCHELL and Mary Louise WOOD




Husband Dr. Thomas James MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 5 Aug 1778 - Dinwiddie County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Montgomery, Greene County, Alabama
       Buried: 


       Father: Lt. John MITCHELL, RS-VA (1748-1804) 679,1840
       Mother: Sarah THWEATT (1761-Bef 1807) 531,1328


     Marriage: 7 Feb 1803 - Jefferson County, Georgia



Wife Mary Louise WOOD 1340

         Born: 27 Nov 1785 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1858 - Montgomery, Greene County, Alabama
       Buried: 


       Father: Gen. Solomon WOOD (      -      )
       Mother: 




Children
1 M John William MITCHELL

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Rebecca BURCH (      -      )
         Marr: Abt 1833


2 M Solomon MITCHELL 1340

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


3 M Red Augustus MITCHELL 1340

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Martha Maria MITCHELL 1340

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Young Stokes WARE (      -      ) 1340
       Spouse: Bennett GRIFFIN (      -      ) 1340


5 F Mary Louisa MITCHELL 1225

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William FITZPATRICK (      -      ) 1225
         Marr: 1837


6 F Amanda Thweat MITCHELL

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 F Emera Ann Elizabeth MITCHELL 1340

         Born: 7 Feb 1804
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John THRASHER (      -      ) 1340
       Spouse: McMORRIS (      -      ) 1340


8 M Columbus White MITCHELL 1340

         Born: 3 Oct 1816 - Harris County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1856
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah FITZPATRICK (      -      ) 1340
         Marr: 19 Apr 1837


9 F Sarah Juliet Evalina MITCHELL 1225,1227

         Born: 14 Feb 1822 - Oak Glen Plantation 1225
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 Jan 1873 1225
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Andrew Jackson COOK (1815-1860) 1225
         Marr: 24 Dec 1839 - Wetumpka, Alabama 1225


10 M Thomas James MITCHELL 1340

         Born: 1823
   Christened: 
         Died: 1890
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Jane THOMAS (      -      ) 1340


11 M Eason Thweatt MITCHELL 1340

         Born: 2 Mar 1826
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Jan 1900
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah E. TIMMERMAN (      -      ) 1340



General Notes: Husband - Dr. Thomas James MITCHELL

"Thomas MITCHELL (son of John and Sarah MITCHELL) was born in Dinwiddie County, Va. He came with his father to Georgia about 1784 or 1785. He married Mary WOOD, daughter of General Solomon WOOD of Jefferson County, Ga. The date of birth of Thomas MITCHELL does not appear in the records but his wife "Polly" was born November 27, 1785; died 1858. Her will is on file in Montgomery, Ala. Thomas MITCHELL moved from Hancock County, Ga., to Alabama and was one of the early settlers of Montgomery County. He was a prominent doctor and his wife, in a book, "Early Settlers of Alabama," is called "one of the noblest women of her day, loved and respected by rich and poor for her great charity and kindness." (History of Hancock County, Georgia)


General Notes: Wife - Mary Louise WOOD

Mary WOOD was known as "Polly". In the "Early Settlers of Alabama," she is called "one of the noblest women of her day, loved and respected by rich and poor for her great charity and kindness." Her will is said to be "on file" in Montgomery, Alabama.


General Notes: Child - Solomon MITCHELL

THIS SOLOMON MITCHELL?
Solomon W. MITCHELL married Elizabeth THOMPSON on 1 January 1832 in Pulaski County, Georgia. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~donbrown/pbride_pulaski.htm]


General Notes: Child - Red Augustus MITCHELL

Died young.


General Notes: Child - Emera Ann Elizabeth MITCHELL

See letter by Emily Emeline Mitchell, saved in her General notes.


General Notes: Child - Columbus White MITCHELL

Lived in Snowdown, Alabama.


General Notes: Child - Sarah Juliet Evalina MITCHELL

Sarah Juliet Evalina MITCHELL married Andrew Jackson COOK.

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, Montgomery P O; Series: M653 Roll: 19 Page: 269: 1201 1165 Sarah J. E. COOK 35 F Planter 3,000 20,000 AL; Thomas M. " 16 M AL; [next page, 270] Frank B. " 14 M AL; Conrad E. " 12 M AL; George W. " 10 M AL; Cason [sic, Eason] T. " 8 M AL; Mary W. " 6 F AL; Kay " 4 F AL; Sally " 2 F AL.

Sarah Juliet wrote this letter to her son from Oakglen, June 12, 1864. By process of elimination, it appears sent to her son Conrad.
My darling boy
It has been a week since we sent to the P.O. so your letter was a long time in reaching me. We were having a kind of "picnic" at the mill when your letter was handed me. Mis Millie, Fannie & I were playing a game of Whist with Mr. Zimmerman. He also rowed us a mile up the creek in a batteau. It was very pleasant - we were all so tired of the house - any change was a recreation. Frank [son Francis Billing Cook] and Georgie [son George William Cook] caught some fish at the river for our dinner. The ones we caught in the creek were too small. "Mary" [daughter Mary Wood Cook] caught the largest one that day. "Easie" [son, Eason Thweatt] the greatest number - he is so quiet & steady - never plays like the others.
I am so sorry you did not get your "shoes." I sent them by your uncle tom [Sarah's brother, Thomas James Mitchell] nearly three weeks ago to be sent by express. says he gave them to your cousin, Jo. I don't know what ever have become of them. Tho' [Sarah's brother, Thomas James Mitchell?] says we will go to Montgomery tomorrow & inquire about them. I was so afraid they did not fit you anyway it troubles me. I am very sorry indeed!! I rec'd a letter from Mitchell [son, Thomas Mitchell Cook] too. He spoke of his going to the "South" with Dr. Brown [Relationship?] & seeing "Col. Mithell" [Col. Julius Caesar Bonaparte Mitchell] & Bennett Griffin [Sarah's brother-in-law, husband of Martha Maria Mitchell] did not see Theweatt [brother, Eason Thweatt Mitchell] though was well & quite busy. I had my wheat cut two days ago and am afraid the rain will spoil it - it is soaked in the field. We did not know when to cut it. It was too dry and wasted though some is not quite ripe yet. We would like to have you come & eat some wheat bread of our raising if we can get it nicely prepared. You are faring better than we tho' my vertables are coming on right fast. I've had cucumbers by a week & more so than the other families. You must not eat too much & get sick. Tell Mrs. Chaman she will spoil you so about eating, you can't eat when you come home. I am glad Thos. Blanchard is getting along well. Sallie's [daughter, Sally]happy. I expect to have him with her, even crippled as he is, we don't hear from your uncle Thweatt often. Sallie [daughter, Sally] seems gloomy about him..did not enjoy herself much with us the other day. One of our neighbors and Mr. Jesse Walsh died last week. We are all quite dull in the neighborhood now. I can't get no papers to hear the war news often.
The Negroes are having a good time today. they are having a poor Riley's & Ned's funeral preached at the School house. They've been preparing for several weeks - had two Negro preachers from the city. Cousin Prety, the children and I had to wait on ourselves at dinner. Cousin Prety has been staying with me for five weeks - her dry & great humor amuses me. I often feel like inviting her, so much does association do for me. Old I fomed as my habits are so you see how very particular young persons out to be forming their associations. Try to cultivate the acquaintance of those whom you think superior to yourself - never habituate with immoral character. It will be sure to injure you. do you see much of Wm. McDougald? It is a pity he is so dissipated. I am sorry for his poor mother! My son, be very careful when Mr. Chapman is gone - Never use one cent of his money of the house. I think you'll replace it - that's the way so much trouble has been caused - never mind about making money. The good character and habits of industry you are forming now are worth all the money in the world to you - never the smallest article Mr. C's permission. I want you always to sustain your father's character to prefect honesty in all his dealings with men. Pray to God to help you, do your Duty wherever. Let me always know what you need so you are doing right. Never think of any trouble you will be to me. I will be a thousand time repaid by your being thought well by all men! the children say they are going to write you. Frank can scarcely be got to write tho' it pleases him to get letters. I wrote to Fannie & Dr. billing last week. My son, don't join in laughing at your aunt Billings ailments - always show her respect & attentions. It always looks well for young person to show attention to those older than themselves. They should remember their own mother. We are luxuriating in plums now & wish you were here to get some - always wash your teeth when you eat fruit of any kind as the acid causes them to decay. Thank you for the stamps, but don't trouble yourself about getting them. Remember me to Mrs. Chapman, Uncle & Aunt Billings Fannie & family. god help & preserve you from sins & all temptations to do wrong in this world!! Your Mother.
[SOURCE: Submitted by Suzanne Gwyn,
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/2048179/person/402313250/media/1?pgnum=1&pg=0&pgpl=pid|pgNum]

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Elmore County, Twp 17, Wetumpka P O; Series: M593 Roll: 15 Page: 16:
278 280 COOK Sarah E. 48 F W Keeping house 1500 700 AL;
-- Frank 25 M W Farmer AL.
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Thomas James MITCHELL and Mary Jane THOMAS




Husband Thomas James MITCHELL 1340

         Born: 1823
   Christened: 
         Died: 1890
       Buried: 


       Father: Dr. Thomas James MITCHELL (Abt 1778-      )
       Mother: Mary Louise WOOD (1785-1858) 1340


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary Jane THOMAS 1340

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1 F Mary Jane MITCHELL 1340

         Born: 1840
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         Died: 1914
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       Spouse: C. M. SPRATLIN (Cir 1840-      ) 1340
         Marr: Cir 1860



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Uriah MITCHELL




Husband Uriah MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Henry Goodwin MITCHELL (      -      )
       Mother: Georgia Ann MITCHELL (Cir 1818-      )





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Uriah G. MITCHELL and Ann POPE




Husband Uriah G. MITCHELL

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 21 Jan 1859
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       Father: James MITCHELL (Abt 1776-Between 1826/1827)
       Mother: Elizabeth JOURDAN (Abt 1780-      )


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Wife Ann POPE

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1 M Uriah P. MITCHELL 182

         Born: Sep 1842 - Georgia 182
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         Died: After 1 Jun 1900
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       Spouse: Annie (living)



General Notes: Husband - Uriah G. MITCHELL

"Uriah MITCHELL son of Uriah G. MITCHELL decsd." [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]


General Notes: Child - Uriah P. MITCHELL

Uriah P. MITCHELL is not listed with Randolph and Martha MITCHELL's family in the 1850 census of Barbour County, Alabama when he should have been about age 8. In 1860, at age 18, he lives in the household of Randolph's widow, Martha MITCHELL. It is doubtful he is Randolph and Martha's son, more likely, he is an orphaned son of Randolph MITCHELL's brother Uriah.

"I believe him [Uriah P. MITCHELL] to be the grandson of James & Eliz M., son of Uriah G. Mitchell and Ann Pope, who was born in 1842 (no source). I can't find Uriah who m. Pope on the 1850 census or later, think the're dead and Randolph has the orphan in 1860." [from: Tuck Wilson]

"133761 Mitchell Napoleon B. [Company] A 2nd Battalion, GA Inf. Private Private"
"133818 Mitchell Uriah P. [Company] A 2nd Battalion, GA Inf. Private Private"
[GEORGIA CIVIL WAR SOLDIER INDEX - Page 196 - Milson thru Mitcheller 133024-133897. Compiled and formatted by Keith Giddeon. Info and F.A.Q. at http://www.rootsweb.com/~gagenweb/military/gsi/index.html

Private Uriah P. MITCHELL was present at the surrender of General Robert E. LEE on 9 April 1865. [GEORGIA GRAYS, p. 134, http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/georgiabooks/pdfs/gb0189.pdf]

"Uriah MITCHELL was killed in the war Between the States." This entry in in the History of Hancock County Georgia, p. 108, may be in error as evidenced in the above record. Later censuses show Uriah P. in Texas in 1880 and 1900.

1870 - Not found.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Panola County, Precinct 8; Series: T9 Roll: 1322 Page: 312;
206 214 MITCHEL [sic] Uriah P. W M 36 Father M Farmer GA GA GA;
-- Retincia W F 36 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA;
-- Robert* R. W F 2 Dau At home TX GA GA;
TAMPLIN Benjamin S. W F [sic] 18 StepDau [sic] S At home TX GA GA.
[*Male name but listed as a daughter.]

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Rusk County, Justice Precinct 7; Series: T623 Roll: 1667 Page: 292:
181 182 MITCHELL Uriah P. Head W M Sept 1842 57 M 16 GA GA GA Farmer;
-- Annie Wife W F Dec 1850 49 M 16 0 0 LA MS MS;
KING William Boarder B M June 1880 19 M 0 TX TX TX Farm laborer;
ANTONY Samuel Boarder B M Jan 1882 18 S TX TX TX Farm laborer.

Research note: What's in "Mitchell, Uriah P. Summer 1993: V4, Nos. 1 & 2, p 22, 27" [http://www.muscogeegenealogy.com/Indexes/MUSCOGIANA%20INDEX%20-%20M.pdf / www.muscogeegenealogy.com]
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Walter M. MITCHELL




Husband Walter M. MITCHELL 4602

          AKA: Walter B. MITCHELL 4601
         Born: Feb 1876 - Alabama 4601,4602
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       Father: Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA (Abt 1840-Bef 1900) 1840
       Mother: Mary Louisa UPSHAW (1847-      ) 1395,4602





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Warren MITCHELL




Husband Warren MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Henry Goodwin MITCHELL (      -      )
       Mother: Georgia Ann MITCHELL (Cir 1818-      )





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Major Warren Jourdan MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence




Husband Major Warren Jourdan MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence

         Born: Cir 1802 - Georgia
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         Died: 27 Mar 1836 - Goliad Massacre, Texas
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       Father: James MITCHELL (Abt 1776-Between 1826/1827)
       Mother: Elizabeth JOURDAN (Abt 1780-      )





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General Notes: Husband - Major Warren Jourdan MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence

Major Warren Jourdan MITCHELL was a member of the Georgia Battalion, lead by William WARD which fought in the Texas War for Independence. He was in action at the battles of Rufugio and Encinal del Perdido at Coleto Creek in Goliad County on March 19 and 20, 1836. He was among the Americans killed by Mexican soldiers in the infamous "Fannin's Massacre" at Goliad Prison. On orders from the Mexican General Santa Ana, Colonel James W. FANNIN, Jr. and all his entire command, together with William WARD and the Georgia Battalion, who had surrendered and were imprisoned at Goliad, were marched out of the prison and executed on Palm Sunday, March 27, 1836.
Texas Adjutant General Service Records, 1836-1935 [on line files not available as of 1/25/2005. RLD] Name: MITCHELL, W. A.; Organization: FB; Call Number: 401-164 (http://www2.tsl.state.tx.us/service/FB/m/mi/mit14711.pdf); Image Name: FB/m/mi/mit14711.pdf <http://www2.tsl.state.tx.us/service/FB/m/mi/mit14711.pdf>
MITCHELL, EDWIN T. (1806-1836). Edwin T. MITCHELL, Alamo defender, was born in 1806. He served in the Alamo garrison as a member of Capt. Robert White'sqv Bexar Guards. MITCHELL died in the battle of the Alamoqv on March 6, 1836, possibly bayonetted while trying to protect Juana N. Alsbury.qv His brother, DeWarren MITCHELL , died in the Goliad Massacre.qv (http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/view/MM/fmi83.html)

"Warren Jourdan MITCHELL" is named in the application of the heirs of Washington MITCHELL for head right, bounty and donation land for his service to the Republic of Texas, [https://scandocs.glo.state.tx.us/webfiles/landgrants/pdfs/1/9/5/195471.pdf]
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Pvt. Washington MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence




Husband Pvt. Washington MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence

         Born: Cir 1804 - Georgia
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         Died: 27 Mar 1836 - Goliad Massacre, Texas
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       Father: James MITCHELL (Abt 1776-Between 1826/1827)
       Mother: Elizabeth JOURDAN (Abt 1780-      )





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General Notes: Husband - Pvt. Washington MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence

Washington MITCHELL and his brother, Warren, were members of the Georgia Battalion, lead by William WARD which fought in the Texas War for Independence. He was in action at the battles of Rufugio and Encinal del Perdido at Coleto Creek in Goliad County on March 19 and 20, 1836. Washington and Warren MITCHELL were among the Americans killed by Mexican soldiers in the infamous "Fannin's Massacre" at Goliad Prison. On orders from the Mexican General Santa Ana, Colonel James W. FANNIN, Jr. and all his entire command, together with William WARD and the Georgia Battalion, who had surrendered and were imprisoned at Goliad, were marched out of the prison and executed on Palm Sunday, March 27, 1836.

Texas Adjutant General Service Records, 1836-1935 Name: Mitchell, W. A.; Organization: FB; Call Number: 401-164
"War Department, Austin, Sept 2 1841
This Certificate entitles Washington MITCHELL Decsd to pay from the last payment made to him, to 27th March 1836, as Private in Capt TICHNOR's company, under Col. FANNIN ... He entered the service of the Republic of Texas on the 19th day of November 1835. Thos. G. GORDON is entitled to acquire[?] his pay as the Atty of the kins.
[Signed] B. T. ARCHER Secretary of war."
(http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/repclaims/viewdetails.php?id=55883&set=1&img=07200500#07200500)

Heirs of E. T. MITCHELL, Warren Jourdan MITCHELL, and Washington MITCHELL from depositions in Barbour County, Alabama in response to two questions as requested by the State of Texas, Office of Commissioner of Claims, dated 11 November 1858. Deponents were: "Americus MITCHELL, Catherine MITCHELL, and Miss Sarah M. BLOUNT."
By Catherine MITCHELL:
to interrogatory 1st, "I knew the family from the date of 1820 or thereabouts and the persons named in said interrogotory from the date Twenty five untill they left for Tsas [sic] about thirty four or five and in the state of Georgia Jones and Harris Counties - They never returned from said State of Texas and were said to have been killed in the Mexican Warr and from all the curcumstances - deponent believes they were -"
To interrogatory 2nd: "the Heirs of said Parties named in first interrogatory are as follows - to wit - Robert G. MITCHELL residing in the City of Columbus, Julius HOLSEY residing in the town of Oglethorp [sic] Georgia Martha MITCHELL Widow of Randolph MITCHELL decsd and her children Randolph MITCHELL Elizabeth MITCHELL + Claramand MITCHELL. Uriah MITCHELL son of Uriah G. MITCHELL decsd Jeraldine MITCHELL widow of Patrick MITCHELL decsd havg no children and Napoleon b. MITCHELL son of Randolph MITCHELL decsd all living at Glenville Barbour County Ala - Sarah MITCHELL Widow of Benjamin MITCHELL decsds without chlidren residing in Russel [sic] County Ala Elizabeth FLANNEGAN Daughter of Swepson TAILOR who married Sarah MITCHELL now deceasd Residing Auburn Macon County Ala, Clark TAILOR the brother of the last named Heir, Elizabeth FLANNEGIN residing in the state of Mississippi. Henry G. MITCHELL in Right of his wife Georgeann MITCHELL residing in in Legrange Tennessee. James HARRIS son of Wiley HARRIS who married Mary Ann MITCHELL Daughter of Randolph MITCHELL descd Residing in Russel cty Ala. Deponent further states that she is acquainted with all the above named Heairs and know them to be the Heirs of E. T., Wash + Warren J. MITCHELL. [signed] Catherine MITCHELL" 21 January 1859.
By Americus MITCHELL:
to interrogatory 1st: "I knew the Brothers stated in the Interrogatory - I knew them in the State of Georgia Jones + Harris county - from about the Date of 1828 to the time they left for Texas say Thirty four or five - They never returned from said Expedition to Texa and witness is bound to believe from all the circumstances they were killed in the Mexican Warr.
to Interrogatory 2nd: The Heirs are as follows Robert G. MITCHELL who lives in the State of Georgia City of Columbus - Julius HOLSEY Oglethorp Georgia - Martha MITCHELL ["+ her three" lined out] widow of Randolph MITCHELL decsd and her children Randolph MITCHELL Elizabeth + claramand MITCHELL Uriah MITCHELL son of Uriah G. MITCHELL descd Jeraldine [sic] MITCHELL widow of Patrick MITCHELL decsd having no children + Napolian [sic] B. MITCHELL son of Randolph MITCHELL decsd all living at Glenville Barbour County Ala - Sarah MITCHELL widow of Benjamin MITCHEL [sic] now decsd Residing in Auburn Macon County, Ala. Clark TAILOR the Brother of the last named Heair Elizabeth FLANNEGAN -residing in the State of Mississippi, Henry G. MITCHELL in Right of his wife Georgi [sic] Ann MITCHELL residing in Lagrange Tennessee - Deponent further states that he is acquainted with all the above named Heirs and knows them to be the Heirs of E. T. + Wash + Warren J. MITCHELL. [signed] Americus C. MITCHELL" 21 January 1859
By Miss Sarah BLOUNT:
to interrogatory 1st: "Witness states she knew Warren and Washington MITCHELL in the State of Georgia, Jones County for many years does not recollect the first acquaintance, ["but know they left for Texas not" lined out] having left Jones County about Thirty five myself. I heard no more from them untill I head [sic] they were killed.
to interrogatory 2nd: "Witness answers she knows the following Heirs of said parties named in first interroatory, as follows to wit. Randolph MITCHELL decsd residing in Glenville Barbour County Ala - Benjamin MITCHELL decsd residing in Pineville Barbour County Ala - Patrick H. MITCHELL decsd resided also at Glenville Barbour county, Ala - Uriah MITCHELL decsd resided also at Glenville Ala. Robert MITCHELL residing in the City of Columbus- Georgia - Georgia MITCH [sic], residing in Lagrange, Tennessee, Julius HOLSEY residing in Oglethorp, Georgia - James HARRIS grandson of Randolph MITCHELL decsd Russel [sic] County, Ala - ["Sallie M", lined out] deponent knows of her own self nothing more - [signed] Sarah M. BLOUNT" 21 January 1859
J. L. WILIAMS, Judge of Probate, certified the above depositions.
[Transcriptions by Robert Louis Daniell, 17 January 2011, from hand writtened documents posted at <https://scandocs.glo.state.tx.us/webfiles/landgrants/pdfs/1/9/5/195471.pdf>]


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William MITCHELL




Husband William MITCHELL 1841

         Born: Abt 1825
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       Father: William MITCHELL (1787-1856) 3337
       Mother: Martha HILL (1791-1851) 1840





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William MITCHELL




Husband William MITCHELL

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         Died: Bef 6 Nov 1850 4232
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       Father: Jourdan MITCHELL (Cir 1810-Bef 1850) 1840
       Mother: Julia Ann HARDIN (Abt 1815-      ) 1840





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General Notes: Husband - William MITCHELL

William MITCHELL, named as a son of Jourdan MITCHELL and Julia Ann HARDIN, is not with his family in 1850 Barbour County, Alabama and presumed died before 6 November 1850.
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William Augustus MITCHELL, Jr.




Husband William Augustus MITCHELL, Jr. 576,2411

         Born: 18 Jul 1917 - Washington, District of Columbia 576
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       Father: Brigadier General William A. MITCHELL, USA, WWI (1877-1941) 576,2411,2412
       Mother: Margery Neave BRADY (1889-      ) 576,2411





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General Notes: Husband - William Augustus MITCHELL, Jr.

"MITCHELL, WILLIAM 18 Jul 1917 May 1976 58 (not specified) (none specified) Arizona 526-34-8844" [SSDI]
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Colonel William Dixon MITCHELL, CSA




Husband Colonel William Dixon MITCHELL, CSA

         Born: 8 Jan 1839
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       Father: Colonel Richard MITCHELL, War of 1812 (1791-1856)
       Mother: Sophronia Dewilde DICKEY (1808-1893)





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William Joseph MITCHELL




Husband William Joseph MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Colonel Americus MITCHELL, Jr., USAAC, WWII (1916-2003)
       Mother: Maria Victoria MELEVO





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General Notes: Husband - William Joseph MITCHELL

William Joseph Mitchell is named as a surviving son in the April 2003 obituary of Colonel Americus Mitchell.

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William L. MITCHELL




Husband William L. MITCHELL 4601

         Born: Apr 1884 - Alabama 4601
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       Father: Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA (Abt 1840-Bef 1900) 1840
       Mother: Mary Louisa UPSHAW (1847-      ) 1395,4602





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Robert M. ORMOND and Willie Anne MITCHELL




Husband Robert M. ORMOND 573,574

         Born: 10 Oct 1856 - Fulton County, Georgia 574,575
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 Sep 1932 - Fulton County, Georgia 575
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia 575


       Father: James ORMOND (Abt 1815-      ) 570
       Mother: Elizabeth (Abt 1826-      ) 570


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Wife Willie Anne MITCHELL 574,576

         Born: 4 Mar 1872 - Barbour County, Alabama 1379,4151
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         Died: 11 Jul 1954 - Fulton County, Georgia 4151
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia 4151


       Father: Dr. William Augustus MITCHELL (1848-1901) 1379,2410
       Mother: Annie Tommie DAWSON (1851-1920) 577




Children
1 F Annie Mitchell ORMOND 576

         Born: 21 Jul 1891 - Fulton County, Georgia 574
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         Died: 3 Jul 1892 - Fulton County, Georgia 574
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia




General Notes: Husband - Robert M. ORMOND

Robert M. ORMOND married Willie MITCHELL about 1890. The 1900 census shows that Willie has had 1 child who died young.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Ward 4, Altlanta; Series: T623 Roll: 199 Page: 267: Augusta Ave 76 3 4 Line 27 ORMOND Robt Boarder W M Aug 1858 41 M 10 GA GA GA Spool thread merchant; -- Willie M. Boarder W F Mch 1869 31 M 10 1 0 AL AL GA.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Ward 3, Altlanta; Series: T624 Roll: 191 Page: 42: Capitol Ave 144 377 290 ORMOND* R. M. Head M W 51 M1 20 GA GA GA FL Manager Mfg Co; -- Willie Wife F W 40 M1 20 1 - AL AL AL; MITCHEL [sic] Annie T. Mother-in-law F W 70 Wd - 1 1 AL GA GA; SWANSON Lottie Servant F B 35 S GA GA GA Servant Private family; SIMS Jack Butler M B 30 S GA GA GA Butler Private family. [*Indexed as ORMAND at Heritage Quest. RLD]

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton county, Ward 3, Atlanta; Series: T625 Roll: 251 Page: 81: Capitol Ave 144 689 923 ORMOND Robert Head M W 61 M A Scotland FL Broker Drug; -- Willie Wife F W 46 M AL AL GA;
MITCHELL, Annie Mother-in-law F W 69 Wd GA GA GA.

1930 U. S. Census, Georgia, Fulton, Atlanta
Robert M Ormond 71
Enumeration District Number: 37
Family Number: 378
Sheet Number and Letter: 17A
Line Number: 26
[NARA Publication: T626, roll 360, Film Number: 2340095, Digital Folder Number: 4531976, Image Number: 00511]
Robert M Ormond M 71
Willie M Ormond F 59

Robert M. ORMAND and his wife Willie M. MITCHELL are buried in Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia. A picture of their shared tombsone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 41230678 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Aug 27, 2009:

ROBERT M. ORMOND
BORN
ATLANTA, GA. OCT. 10, 1858
DIED
ATLANTA, GA. SEPT. 29, 1932

WILLIE M. ORMAND
BORN
EUFAULA ALA. MAR. 4 , 1872
DIED
ATLANTA GA. JULY 11, 1954

At rest


General Notes: Wife - Willie Anne MITCHELL

Willie Anne MITCHELL, only child of William Augustus MITCHELL and Annie Tommie DAWSON, married Robert ORMOND.

Willie and Robert are buried beside her parents in Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia. A picture of their shared tombsone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 41230701 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Aug 27, 2009:

ROBERT M. ORMOND
BORN
ATLANTA, GA. OCT. 10, 1858
DIED
ATLANTA, GA. SEPT. 29, 1932

WILLIE M. ORMAND
BORN
EUFAULA ALA. MAR. 4 , 1872
DIED
ATLANTA GA. JULY 11, 1954

At rest


General Notes: Child - Annie Mitchell ORMOND

Annie Mitchell ORMOND was the only child of Robert M. ORMOND and Willie Anne MITCHELL. Anie died before her first birthday. A picture of her headstone in Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia is on Find A Grave Memorial# 41230579 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Aug 27, 2009:

ANNIE MITCHELL
ORMOND
BORN JULY 21, 1891
DIED JULY 3, 1892


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Wilson MITCHELL




Husband Wilson MITCHELL 4918

         Born: 2 Nov 1867 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2651
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         Died: 28 May 1868 - Lexington County, South Carolina 2651
       Buried:  - Mitchell Family Cemetery 2651


       Father: John Andrew Jeter MITCHELL (1826-1908) 2643,2644
       Mother: Frances Matilda ODELL (1834-1868) 2643,2644





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Winnefred MITCHELL




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Wife Winnefred MITCHELL 679

         Born: 25 Jan 1754 - Virginia 679
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       Father: Dr. Thomas MITCHELL (1722-Bef 1762) 678,679
       Mother: Amey GOODWYNNE (1732-1773) 678




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Fred R. ROWLAND and Clara MITZNER




Husband Fred R. ROWLAND (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Clara MITZNER (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Betty Jean ROWLAND

         Born: Aug 1926 - Chouteau County, Montana
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         Died: 18 Sep 2015
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       Spouse: Robert W. PATTERSON (living)



General Notes: Husband - Fred R. ROWLAND

Fred R. Rowland is named as the father of Betty J. Rowland on her marriage record.


General Notes: Wife - Clara MITZNER

Clara Mitzner is named as the mother of Betty J. Rowland on her marriage record.


General Notes: Child - Betty Jean ROWLAND

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XCMJ-BJL : accessed 26 Nov 2012), Betty Jean Rowland in household of Fred R Rowland, Shine Lake, Chouteau, Montana; citing enumeration district (ED) 0081, sheet 1B, family 21, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 1254.
Fred R Rowland head M 38 Oklahoma
Clara E Rowland wife F 29 Iowa
Ralph E Rowlandson M 12 Montana
Helen E Rowlanddaughter F 11 Montana
Theodore C Rowland son M 9 Montana
Robert G Rowland son M 7 Montana
Betty Jean Rowland daughter F 3 Montana
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Florence Vane MIX




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Wife Florence Vane MIX 1773

         Born: Abt Nov 1859 - Jefferson County, Virginia
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       Father: Oscar Gunnell MIX, M.D. (1822-1899) 1773
       Mother: Catherine Mary HURST (1827-1900) 1773,1989




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Jeannette W. MIX




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Wife Jeannette W. MIX

         Born: 1871 2568
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       Father: Oscar Gunnell MIX, M.D. (1822-1899) 1773
       Mother: Catherine Mary HURST (1827-1900) 1773,1989




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Julia Augusta MIX




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Wife Julia Augusta MIX 2568

         Born: 9 Jul 1840 - Virginia
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       Father: Oscar Gunnell MIX, M.D. (1822-1899) 1773
       Mother: Catherine Mary HURST (1827-1900) 1773,1989




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General Notes: Wife - Julia Augusta MIX

Julia Augusta MIX is named as a child of Oscar Gunnell MIX and Catherine Mary HURST in "Walter Shirley Research" by Jack V. Williams.
"JULIA AUGUSTA MIX, b. July 09, 1840; d. August 20, 1850, Jefferson County, West Virginia99."
99. "Tombstone Inscriptions, Jefferson Co., W. Va. 1687-1980", page 265. (http://www.shirleyassociation.com/NewShirleySite/NonMembers/UnitedStates/Lineages/WalterResearchJackVWilliams.html)

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Lucy Lee MIX




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Wife Lucy Lee MIX

         Born: 22 Jul 1855
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         Died: 7 Feb 1857 - Jefferson County, Virginia 1989
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       Father: Oscar Gunnell MIX, M.D. (1822-1899) 1773
       Mother: Catherine Mary HURST (1827-1900) 1773,1989




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William Gunnell MIX




Husband William Gunnell MIX 2568

         Born: 1856 - Virginia 1773
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       Father: Oscar Gunnell MIX, M.D. (1822-1899) 1773
       Mother: Catherine Mary HURST (1827-1900) 1773,1989





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Robert Walter SHEPPARD, Sr. and Genelle MIXON




Husband Robert Walter SHEPPARD, Sr. (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Genelle MIXON

          AKA: Lee Jenners MIXON
         Born: 14 Jul 1937 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
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         Died: 1 May 2012 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried: 4 May 2012 - Deepstep United Methodist Church Cemetery, Washington County, Georgia


       Father: Ruie Lee MIXON (1915-1936)
       Mother: Ruth DANIEL (1916-2005) 241,1426




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1 M Robert SHEPPARD, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Sandra E. SLAUGHTER (living)


2 F Laurie SHEPPARD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Dale R. GRIFFIN (living)


3 F Angelia SHEPPARD

         Born: 25 Jan 1961 - Washington County, Georgia
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         Died: 25 Jan 1961 - Washington County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Deepstep United Methodist Church Cemetery, Washington County, Georgia



4 F Lisa SHEPPARD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Michael Louis MASSARI (living)



General Notes: Husband - Robert Walter SHEPPARD, Sr.

Robert W Sheppard, born 17 Aug 1935, resided in Milledgeville, Georgia, 1992-2006. Possible Relatives: Bob Shepard, Lee Sheppard, Lisa Kay Massari, Lisa K Shepard, Nell M Sheppard, Sandra E Slaughter, Sandy E Sheppard, Sheppard S Sheppard. Record Number 207189104. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KBPX-DKQ : accessed 16 October 2015), Robert W Sheppard, Residence, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

"husband Robert "Bob" Sheppard... of Milledgeville [Ga.]" is named as a survivor in the May 3, 2012 obituary of Genelle Mixon Sheppard.


General Notes: Wife - Genelle MIXON

"Nell Sheppard and husband Bob of Eatonton [Ga.]" are named as a surviving [step] daughter and husband in the January 2004 obituary of John Paul Hines.

"Nell Sheppard of Milledgeville [Ga.]" is named as a surviving daughter in the December 2005 obituary of Ruth Daniel Hines.

Obituary: MILLEDGEVILLE - Genelle Mixon "Nell" Sheppard, age 74, passed away Tuesday, May 1, 2012. Services will be held at 11 A.M. Friday, May 4 at the Deepstep United Methodist Church with Rev. Larry Giles officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Mrs. Sheppard was a native of Wilkinson County but had made her home in Milledgeville where she was a graduate of Midway School. She was the owner of Oconee Nursing Agency and Valley Propane Company. She was preceded in death by her father Ruie Lee Mixon, her step-father John Hines, her mother Ruth Hines, her grandmother Bessie Daniel, a sister-in-law Bessie Mixon and a nephew Felton Mixon. She was a member of the Deepstep United Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband Robert "Bob" Sheppard; a son Robert Sheppard, Jr. (Sandy), all of Milledgeville; two daughters, Laurie Griffin (Dale) of Milledgeville, and Lisa Massari (Michael) of Dacula; a brother Otis Mixon of Gordon; and a sister Joyce Hudson of Milledgeville; five grandchildren, Chris Deal, Dale Griffin, Payton Sheppard, Anna Belle Sheppard and Seth Massari; one great-granddaughter Chloe Deal; and a nephew Lee Mixon. -The family will receive friends Thursday from 6PM until 8PM at Moores Funeral Home. Visit www.mooresfuneralhome.com to express tributes. -Moores Funeral Home & Crematory has charge of arrangements. [The Macon Telegraph, Macon, Georgia, Thursday, May 3, 2012]

Gennell "Nell" Mixon SHEPPARD is buried in Deepstep Cemetery, Washington County, Georgia. Find A Grave Memorial# 89504775 lists her birth on July 14, 1937 and her death on May 1, 2012. The memorial presents this obituary:


General Notes: Child - Robert SHEPPARD, Jr.

"son Robert Sheppard, Jr. (Sandy)... of Milledgeville [Ga.]" is named as a survivor in the May 3, 2012 obituary of Genelle Mixon Sheppard.


General Notes: Child - Laurie SHEPPARD

"Laurie Griffin (Dale) of Milledgeville [Ga.]" is named as a surviving daughter in the May 3, 2012 obituary of Genelle Mixon Sheppard.

Laurie A. Griffin, also known as Laurie S. Griffin was born 3 July 1958. She resided in Milledgeville, Georgia, 1988-2008. Possible Relatives: Dale R Griffin, Eugene M Griffin, Lauric Griffin. Record Number 588754890. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QJ84-Z3MC : accessed 16 October 2015), Laurie A Griffin, Residence, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]


General Notes: Child - Angelia SHEPPARD

Angelia Sheppard is buried in Deepstep United Methodist Church Cemetery, Deepstep, Washington County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 107792043:

Our Baby
ANGLIA
SHEPPARD
JAN. 25, 1961
THE DAUGHTER OF BOB & NELL SHEPPARD


General Notes: Child - Lisa SHEPPARD

"Lisa Massari (Michael) of Dacula" is named as a surviving daughter in the May 3, 2012 obituary of Genelle Mixon Sheppard.

Lisa Kay Massari, also known as Lisa K Sheppard, was born 8 Oct 1966. She resided in Norcross, Georgia, 1993; Milledgeville, Georgia, 1993-2000; Dacula, Georgia, 2000-2007. Possible Relatives: Douglas M Massari, John G Massari, John P Massari Ii, John Massari, Judith C Massari, Judith Coerp Massari, Lee Sheppard, Michael Louis Massari, Nell M Sheppard, Robert W Sheppard II, Sandy E Sheppard, Sheppard S Sheppard. Record Number 203583328. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KBKP-T1T : accessed 16 October 2015), Lisa Kay Massari, Residence, Dacula, Georgia, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

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Otis Felton MIXON




Husband Otis Felton MIXON

         Born: 16 May 1958 - Charleston County, South Carolina
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         Died: 11 Jun 1994 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Ramah Baptist Church Cemetery, Wilkinson County, Georgia


       Father: Otis Felton MIXON
       Mother: Bessie P. HARDIE (1936-2011)





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General Notes: Husband - Otis Felton MIXON

Deceased "son, Felton Mixon" is named in the May 5, 2012 obituary of Mrs. Bessie Hardie Mixon.

Otis F Mixon died 11 June 1994 in DeKalb County, Georgia at age 36. He was a resident of Baldwin County, Georgia. Certificate Number 026140. ["Georgia Death Index, 1933-1998,"]

Otis Felton Mixon, Jr. is buried in Ramah Baptist Church Cemetery, Gordon, Wilkinson County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 5063215:

OTIS F. MIXON, JR.
MAY 16, 1955
JUNE 11, 1994

The memorial lists his birth in Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina, and his death in Gordon, Wilkinson County, Georgia.
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Charles V. PEYTON and Marguerite MIZE




Husband Charles V. PEYTON

         Born: Abt 1912 - Louisiana
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         Died: 7 Sep 1969 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 9 Sep 1969 - Valence Street Cemetery, Orleans Parish, Louisiana


       Father: Harry J. PEYTON (Abt 1885-Bef 1930)
       Mother: Amelia Lillian ROWAN (1888-1939)


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General Notes: Husband - Charles V. PEYTON

Obituary: Charles V. Peyton, on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 7, 1969 at 2:10 o'clock, beloved husband of Marguerite Mize, father of Madeline Peyton and Harry Peyton, son of the late Harry John Peyton and Lillian Rowan, brother of Mrs. Elvira Hinckley. Relatives and friends of the family, also employees of Holsum Sunbeam Bakeries, Internal Revenue Service, Auto-Lec Stores Inc., officers and members of B. K. of A. Pelican Lodge No. 121 are invited to attend the funeral. Services from McMahon Coburn Bride funeral home, 600 Moss St., where Bayou St. John's starts, on Tuesday morning, Sept. 9, 1969 at 11 o'clock followed by Requiem Mass at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church. Interment in Valence Street Cemetery. Friends may call on Monday evening after 6 oclock.

Compiled, edited, and researched by Robert Louis Daniell, 251 Sukoshi Drive, Callaway, FL 32404; E-mail: roloda@knology.net; Ph: 850.871.6478


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