Marriage License of Robert Gwyn Mitchell and Lena Carhart

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Marriage license of Robert Gwyn Mitchell and Lena Bell Carhart, 1891, in Macon Co., Missouri.

Robert Gwyn Mitchell and Lena Bell Carhart

Born 19 Oct. 1852 in Monroe Co. MO, Robert Gwyn MITCHELL was the 3rd son and fourth child of James Bourne MITCHELL and Martha Cowden DYSART. James Bourne was 31 and Martha was 27 at the time of Robert Gwyn’s birth. On 5 August 1891, in Macon Co., MO., Robert Gwyn, 38, married Lena Bell […]

James Bourne Mitchell and Family

Dorothy Mitchell McClure gave this to me when I was young. I didn’t make a note who had written it and am unsure who it was. Dorothy added that the below mentioned Missouri Valley College was her Alma Mater. * * * * * James Bourne Mitchell and family by a descendant of J. B. […]

Image of Robert Gwyn Mitchell and Lena Bell Carhart

Wedding photos of Robert Gwyn Mitchell and Lena Bell Carhart who were married 1891 August 5 in Macon County, Missouri, obtained from Dorothy Mitchell McClure. Families with Carhart and associated photos are out there wandering the internet. Please, if you have Carhart and/or related family photos, contact me. I would love to have digital copies […]

Lt. Robert C. Mitchell Honorably Discharged

Robert C. Mitchell (1895-1966) was the son of Robert Gwyn Mitchell and Lena Bell Carhart * * * * * Newspaper article, undated Lieut. Robert C. MITCHELL is home for an indefinite visit with his mother, Mrs. R. G. MITCHELL. He has been honorably discharged from the Aviation service, stationed at Kelly Field, San Antonio, […]

Mrs. M. E. CARHART

Obituary for Margaret E. Pettit Carhart, b. 1830 Jan 21 in Zanesville, Ohio. She married Elliot Carhart 1850 Sept 29. * * * * * Mrs. M. E. CARHART Obituary Death Came to Aged Resident of Macon Monday Evening Born in 1830 Mrs. Margaret E. CARHART, one of the pioneer residents of Macon, and a […]

DEATH VISITS MANCHESTER HOMES

Photoshopped the below multiple generation xerox that was with the article. There’s no making it perfect. I was happy to get as much as I did out of it. One begins to get a little character. DEATH VISITS MANCHESTER HOMES A. B. CARHART, WELL KNOWN HARDWARE DEALER, GIVES UP LIFE’S BATTLE Impressive Funeral Services Held […]

THE ESSAY THAT WON THE PRIZE

Margaret Gwynette Mitchell (1892 b. , Macon, Missouri to 1933) was the daughter of Robert Gwyn Mitchell and Lena Bell Carhart. Later she married Warner B. Hagan. * * * * * THE ESSAY THAT WON THE PRIZE Why the Americans were Victorious in the Revolution Last year Miss Louise BROCK won the Ann Helm […]

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 , […]

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