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Our family (Mitchell, Rose, Walther, Cottrell and related lines)

  • Our family newsletter : Mitchell, Rose, Walther and related families
  • Our family newsletter : Mitchell, Rose, Walther, Cottrell and related lines
  • Our family newsletter (Mitchell, Rose, Walther, Cottrell families)
  • Mitchell genealogy newsletter (on-line version)
Mitchell, Betty Naff (Added Author)
Serial
English
Sandston, Virginia : B.N. Mitchell, [1997]-
v. : ill., coat of arms, ports.
No. 1 [Feb 1997] -

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Quarterly.

Editor: Betty Naff Mitchell.

Titles and subtitles vary.

Publication ceased in hard copy as of December 1998, and is continued on-line as the "Mitchell genealogy newsletter." See web site for latest issue, no. 25 (July 2005), and other information.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the inter-related Mitchell, Cottrell, Rose, and Walther families. The Mitchell family came mainly from England. In the 1600's-1700's some immigrated to Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. Focus is on the descendants of the Revolutionary War soldier, George Rose, Sr. (d. 1854), who settled in Essex County and in King and Queen County, Virginia. His great-great granddaughter, Sarah Isabelle Rose (1866-1932) married Forest Mitchell, Sr. (1863-1930), the son of Robert Evans Mitchell and Jane Somerville Strode. In 1893, a later descendant, Maria Louise "Lula" Cottrell (1871-1950) married William E. Walther (1870-1928). During the 1800's, some descendants moved to Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Prince Edward Island (Canada), and to Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. Later descendants also lived in Australia, Bermuda (West Indies), Canada, France, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and in Illinois, Oklahoma, and elsewhere.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (8 Dec. 2005)

Includes queries.

Also includes Babcock, Beecher, Carden, Cottrell, Flynn, Garrison, Gilliland, Hughes, O'Neill, Rose, Sanders, Thompson, Walther, and other related families.

Library received, but is missing: No. 2. Library lacks: No. 1, no. 3, no. 5, and all on-line issues.

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