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The Mitchells of Linn Flat : a story of Linn Flat and a family who have their roots there and of their ancestors who were pioneers there

by Gwenneth Aenone Marshall Mitchell
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983
on 1 microfilm reel : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports. ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: Austin, Texas : G.A.M. Mitchell, 1981. [5], 481, [24] p.

Patial contents: Curtis and his childhood memories -- Curtis and his school years and his teachers -- James Walton Michell and Jessie Birdwell Mitchell -- James Ezekiel Michell and Artie Missie Mitchell -- James Pinkney Birdwell and Elzira Ophelia Adeline Bates Birdwell -- Neighbors in Linn Flatt -- Walton and Jessie, leaders in the community -- The Mitchells move to town -- Children of Walton and Jessie Mitchell -- Clem Marcus Mitchell and Mahalia Dawson Mitchell -- Marcus Mitchell and Elizabeth Parham -- Marcus (Mark) Mitchell and Margaret Shaddock -- Our early Mitchell immigrantes to Essex Co., Va.

Chiefly memories, family, relatives, ancestors and descendants of the author's husband, Wilton Curtis Mitchell. He was born in 1903 in Linn Flat Community, Nocogdoches, Texas, the son of James Walton Mitchell (1880-1949) and Jessie Aslee Birdwell Mitchell (1881-1963). His grandfather, James Ezkiel Mitchell (1854-1927), was born in Giles County, Tennessee, the son of Clem Marcus and Mahalia Dawson Mitchell. He migrated to Texas, where he married Arite Missie Conegan Carnes in 1878. They had eight children, 1878-1893. Wilton Curtis Mitchell married Gwenneth Aenone Marshall, daughter of William Oliver Marshall (1874-1966) and Floy Ceclia Ross Marshall (1877-1955), in 1926 in Panola County, Texas. They had two daughters, 1932-1935, born at Barnhart and San Angelo, Texas. Includes memormies of the author and her family.

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