This is the transcript of the journal kept by Anne Middleton CRAIG MITCHELL of her travel from Abingdon, Washington, Virginia to Randolph County, Missouri in 1836. This was passed to family by John T. MITCHELL of Kansas City, MO, as given by Anne’s son, Rev. J. B. MITCHELL. Mitchell NOLL passed it along to me. […]

What became of McGee College’s Building

There is nothing left of McGee College at College Mound. View Larger Map The building was, however, purchased and used many years thereafter by other institutions. It was apparently still in service in 1903 according to this article in “Reading Eagle” out of Reading, Pennsylvania, on Sunday July 19, 1903. * * * * * […]

Lena Carhart Mitchell a Member of Annie Helm Chapter of the NSDAR

Lena Bell Carhart Mitchell was a member of the Annie Helm Chapter of the NSDAR. * * * * * ANNIE HELM CHAPTER NSDAR Organized October 20, 1908 HISTORY Anne Helm Chapter was organized by a group of 23 patriotic women on October 20, 1908, in Macon, Missouri Charter Members were: Louisa William Brock, Maude […]

Tombstone of Robert Gwyn Mitchell, Lena Bell Carhart Mitchell and son James Dysart

Robert Gwyn Mitchell b. 1852 Oct 19 , Monroe, Missouri to 1909 March 6, St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, and wife, Lena Bell Carhart b. 1871 Mar 22 at , Macon County, Missouri to 1957 Nov 26 at Baldwin City, Douglas, Kansas. The son here was James Dysart Mitchell b. 1897 April 27 at , […]

Wedding Day Silhouettes of John Mitchell and Ann Middleton Craig

John MITCHELL b. 1767 Donegal, Ulster, Ireland, d. 1821 VA., married 1808 July 26 in , Washington, Virginia to Ann Middleton CRAIG b. 1786 VA . d. 1837 Randolph, MO. Obtained from Dorothy Mitchell McClure.

The Mitchell Line

For convenience of seeing where people fit into family lines, I suppose I ought to put some ancestry information here, and not just depend on the online database. STARTING WITH Dorothy M. Mitchell b. 1903 Oct. 18 in , Macon, Missouri, died 2003 Dec 8 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. She was married to Albert Harry […]