Hon. Nathan Mitchell1

b. perhaps 1726
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  • Hon. Nathan Mitchell was born perhaps 1726.
  • Nathan married Anne Cary, daughter of Jonathan Cary and Experiene Carver, in 1754, and left a numerous family.1
  • Last Edited: 20 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. Seth C. Cary, John Cary, the Plymouth pilgrim, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=oDgcAAAAYAAJ . Boston, Massachusetts: (1911) , p. 75, section 18.
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Philena Mitchell

b. perhaps 1906
  • Last Edited: 21 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. Your Woodbury/Ober Family Web Site, at http://www.woodburyober.com/d11.html. Unfortunately, this website no longer exists.
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Rhoda Mitchell , of Southbury1

b. perhaps 1736
  • Last Edited: 9 Jan 2012

Family: Eleazur Hinman Jr. b. September 24, 1734

Citations

  1. Royal Ralph Hinman, A catalogue of the names of the early Puritan settlers of the colony of Connecticut: with the time of their arrival in the country and colony, their standing in society, place of residence, condition in life, where from, business, &c., as far as is found on record, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=KTkBAAAAYAAJ . Hartford: Press of Case, Tiffany and Company, (1852) , p. 828.
  2. Royal Ralph Hinman, A catalogue of the names of the early Puritan settlers of the colony of Connecticut: with the time of their arrival in the country and colony, their standing in society, place of residence, condition in life, where from, business, &c., as far as is found on record, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=KTkBAAAAYAAJ . Hartford: Press of Case, Tiffany and Company, (1852) , p. 814.
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Sarah Mitchell1

b. perhaps 1734
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  • Sarah Mitchell was born perhaps 1734.
  • Sarah married Perley Ayers, son of Peter Ayers and Lydia Perley, "13 Nov 17—."1
  • Last Edited: 20 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. M. V. B. Perley, History and Genealogy of the Perley Family, , at https://archive.org/stream/historygenealogy01perl . Salem, Mass.: Published by the Compiler, (1906) , p. 58.
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(?) Mix

b. perhaps 1845, d. April 23, 1898
  • Last Edited: 20 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. Gordon Fisher, GEDCOM, , citing Obituary from Little Falls Daily Transcript, Apr 23 1898:

    'A telegram was received by friends in this city conveying the sad news of the death of Mrs. Jonathan Taylor, a former resident of this city, which occurred at her home at Fall Brook station, California, today. Mrs. Taylor has been ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor were among the early settlers of Morrison county, and lived in this city about twenty-five years. They left this place for California about seven years ago, and have resided there ever since. The deceased is a sister of Mrs. E. G. Hill, of this city. She is survived by her husband and one daughter, Mrs. R. J. Richardson, the latter living near them in California. Mrs. Taylor had many friends in this city, who will deeply mourn her demise.'
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Abigail Mix1

b. January 29, 1706, d. May 6, 1753
  • Last Edited: 17 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, (1922-32) , p. 1550.
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Alonzo Mix1

b. August 25, 1845
  • Father: Lyman Mix1 b. November 25, 1810, d. April 8, 1865
  • Mother: Jane Ann Keller1 b. about January 18, 1821, d. November 25, 1883
  • Last Edited: 15 Jan 2021

Citations

  1. Ted Abner, Adirondack Folks, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=gPIpAQAAMAAJ . Prospect Books, (1980) , p. 82.
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Amanda Mix1

b. April 13, 1792
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  • Amanda Mix was born on April 13, 1792.1
  • She was the daughter of Josiah Mix and Mindwell Royce.1
  • Amanda married Earl Hawkings on October 24, 1823.1
  • Last Edited: 15 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. Charles Henry Stanley Davis, History of Wallingford, Conn., from its settlement in 1670 to the present time, , at https://archive.org/stream/historyofwalling00daviiala . Meriden, Conn.: (1870) , p. 855-856.
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Amos Mix

b. February 2, 1759, d. October 16, 1844
  • Father: Eldad Mix b. October 20, 1733, d. October 30, 1806
  • Mother: Lydia Beach b. September 13, 1735, d. after 1819
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  • Amos Mix was born on February 2, 1759 in Waterbury, Connecticut.1
  • He was the son of Eldad Mix and Lydia Beach.
  • Amos Mix was a farmer.
  • Amos Mix served more than seven years in the Revolutionary War. He fought in the following battles: Long Island, Kips Bay, White Plains and Yorktown. He was in the First Call, Lexington Alarm. 1775, under Captain Isaac Cook, went as far as Hartford, Connecticut, served 8 days. He served in the Second Call, 2d Company, 7th Regiment, under Captain Street Hall and Colonel Chester Webb, sent to Boston, enlisted July 11, discharged October 23, 1775. He was in the Third Call, 1776, in Fifth Battalion, James Wadsworth's Brigade under Colonel William Douglas. Served in the city of New York to help reinforce General George Washington, and on the Brooklyn front. He fought at the Battle of Long Island, August 27, 1776; Battle of Kips Bay September 15, 1776; Battle of White Plains, October 28, 1776. He was seriously wounded at the Battle of White Plains. He was a soldier in the 7th Company under Captain Nathaniel Bunnell, and in the Connecticut Line; also in the 4th Regiment under Colonel Zebulom Butler. Enlisted April 9, 1777 for the war. Served in Captain Baker's 4th Regiment Connecticut Line under Major P. Wyllys' Detached Battalion under General Lafayette from February to November, 1781. and fought at the Battle of Yorktown, October 19, 1781. He was a private and was pensioned April 29, 1819, under an act of Congress on March 18, 1818. He was living at the time at Muskingum, Ohio.
  • Amos married Clarinda Barnes on January 4, 1784 in Cheshire, Connecticut, by the Rev. John Foote, Congregational minister at Cheshire.1
  • Amos died on October 16, 1844 in Muskingum County, Ohio, at age 85. His Will was proved November 9, 1844.
  • He and Clarinda Barnes were buried in Muskingum County, Ohio.2
  • Last Edited: 6 Oct 2009

Family: Clarinda Barnes b. January 6, 1767, d. 1850

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, (1922-32) , p. 1207.
  2. Gordon Fisher, GEDCOM, , which includes the following:

    'AMOS MIX was born at Waterbury, Connecticut, February 2, 1759. He died at Muskingum, Muskingum County, Ohio, October 16, 1844. He married on January 4, 1784 at Cheshire, Connecticut, Clarinda Barnes. She was born January 6, 1767 at Cheshire. They were married by the Rev. John Foote, Congregational minister at Cheshire. Clarinda Barnes was baptized by Rev. Foote on November 22, 1767. She was allowed a pension as the widow of Amos Mix on an application executed September 8, 1848, while residing in Muskingum Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, at the age of 81 years. She died 1850. She and her husband are buried in Muskingum.

    Amos Mix served more than seven years in the Revolutionary War. He fought in the following battles: Long Island, Kips Bay, White Plains and Yorktown. He was in the First Call, Lexington Alarm. 1775, under Captain Isaac Cook, went as far as Hartford, Connecticut, served 8 days. He served in the Second Call, 2d Company, 7th Regiment, under Captain Street Hall and Colonel Chester Webb, sent to Boston, enlisted July 11, discharged October 23, 1775. He was in the Third Call, 1776, in Fifth Battalion, James Wadsworth's Brigade under Colonel William Douglas. Served in the city of New York to help reinforce General George Washington, and on the Brooklyn front. He fought at the Battle of Long Island, August 27, 1776; Battle of Kips Bay September 15, 1776; Battle of White Plains, October 28, 1776. He was seriously wounded at the Battle of White Plains. He was a soldier in the 7th Company under Captain Nathaniel Bunnell, and in the Connecticut Line; also in the 4th Regiment under Colonel Zebulom Butler. Enlisted April 9, 1777 for the war. Served in Captain Baker's 4th Regiment Connecticut Line under Major P. Wyllys' Detached Battalion under General Lafayette from February to November, 1781. and fought at the Battle of Yorktown, October 19, 1781. He was a private and was pensioned April 29, 1819, under an act of Congress on March 18, 1818. He was living at the time at Muskingum, Ohio. He died in 1844 and is buried in Muskingum Township. His Will was proved November 9, 1844. He was a farmer. References: Colonial Records of Connecticut, History of Cheshire, Connecticut, and Army Records, Bureau of Pensions, Washington, D.C. His children ---
    1. Justice L. Mix.
    2. Amos C. Mix.
    3. Levi Mix.
    4. Clarinda Mix married a Mr. Collins.
    5. Hannah Louise Mix was born about 1790 in either New York or Connecticut, married Thomas Dillin [sic; son changed to Dillon] at Muskingum, Ohio, 1809. Died at Maple Grove, Michigan after the Civil War and is buried there.
    6. Truman Mix.
    7. Sarah Mix married a Mr. Mora.
    8. Loly Mix born 1801, married a Mr. Flemming [sic, 2 m's].
    9. Lydia Mix born 1803, married a Mr. Bryant.'

    Dillon adds, p 31: 'GENERATIONS FOLLOWING TO COMPILER
    (7) Hannah Louise Mix,
    (8) Peter Dillon,
    (9) Peter Orison Dillon,
    (10) Arthur Orison Dillon.'

    'AMOS [MIX], b 2 Feb 1759 WatV [Waterbury CT]; m 4 Jan 1784 CC [Cheshire CT] --- Clarinda Barnes. --- Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, 1922-32 etc, p 1207.
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Amos Mix1

b. December 2, 1753
  • Last Edited: 6 Oct 2009

Citations

  1. Charles Henry Stanley Davis, History of Wallingford, Conn., from its settlement in 1670 to the present time, , at https://archive.org/stream/historyofwalling00daviiala . Meriden, Conn.: (1870) , p. 855.
  2. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, (1922-32) , p. 1202.
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Amos C. Mix1

b. about 1786
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  • Amos C. Mix was born about 1786.
  • He was the son of Amos Mix and Clarinda Barnes.1
  • Last Edited: 8 Aug 2009

Citations

  1. Gordon Fisher, GEDCOM, , which includes the following:

    'AMOS MIX was born at Waterbury, Connecticut, February 2, 1759. He died at Muskingum, Muskingum County, Ohio, October 16, 1844. He married on January 4, 1784 at Cheshire, Connecticut, Clarinda Barnes. She was born January 6, 1767 at Cheshire. They were married by the Rev. John Foote, Congregational minister at Cheshire. Clarinda Barnes was baptized by Rev. Foote on November 22, 1767. She was allowed a pension as the widow of Amos Mix on an application executed September 8, 1848, while residing in Muskingum Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, at the age of 81 years. She died 1850. She and her husband are buried in Muskingum.

    Amos Mix served more than seven years in the Revolutionary War. He fought in the following battles: Long Island, Kips Bay, White Plains and Yorktown. He was in the First Call, Lexington Alarm. 1775, under Captain Isaac Cook, went as far as Hartford, Connecticut, served 8 days. He served in the Second Call, 2d Company, 7th Regiment, under Captain Street Hall and Colonel Chester Webb, sent to Boston, enlisted July 11, discharged October 23, 1775. He was in the Third Call, 1776, in Fifth Battalion, James Wadsworth's Brigade under Colonel William Douglas. Served in the city of New York to help reinforce General George Washington, and on the Brooklyn front. He fought at the Battle of Long Island, August 27, 1776; Battle of Kips Bay September 15, 1776; Battle of White Plains, October 28, 1776. He was seriously wounded at the Battle of White Plains. He was a soldier in the 7th Company under Captain Nathaniel Bunnell, and in the Connecticut Line; also in the 4th Regiment under Colonel Zebulom Butler. Enlisted April 9, 1777 for the war. Served in Captain Baker's 4th Regiment Connecticut Line under Major P. Wyllys' Detached Battalion under General Lafayette from February to November, 1781. and fought at the Battle of Yorktown, October 19, 1781. He was a private and was pensioned April 29, 1819, under an act of Congress on March 18, 1818. He was living at the time at Muskingum, Ohio. He died in 1844 and is buried in Muskingum Township. His Will was proved November 9, 1844. He was a farmer. References: Colonial Records of Connecticut, History of Cheshire, Connecticut, and Army Records, Bureau of Pensions, Washington, D.C. His children ---
    1. Justice L. Mix.
    2. Amos C. Mix.
    3. Levi Mix.
    4. Clarinda Mix married a Mr. Collins.
    5. Hannah Louise Mix was born about 1790 in either New York or Connecticut, married Thomas Dillin [sic; son changed to Dillon] at Muskingum, Ohio, 1809. Died at Maple Grove, Michigan after the Civil War and is buried there.
    6. Truman Mix.
    7. Sarah Mix married a Mr. Mora.
    8. Loly Mix born 1801, married a Mr. Flemming [sic, 2 m's].
    9. Lydia Mix born 1803, married a Mr. Bryant.'

    Dillon adds, p 31: 'GENERATIONS FOLLOWING TO COMPILER
    (7) Hannah Louise Mix,
    (8) Peter Dillon,
    (9) Peter Orison Dillon,
    (10) Arthur Orison Dillon.'

    'AMOS [MIX], b 2 Feb 1759 WatV [Waterbury CT]; m 4 Jan 1784 CC [Cheshire CT] --- Clarinda Barnes. --- Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, 1922-32 etc, p 1207.
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Anna Mix1

b. April 2, 1735, d. December 23, 1778
  • Last Edited: 26 Nov 2015

Citations

  1. Francis Atwater, Atwater history and genealogy, , at https://archive.org/stream/atwaterhistoryge02atwa . Meriden, Conn.: The Journal Publishing Company, (1907) , p. 51.
  2. "Connecticut Births and Christenings, 1649-1906," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F7WK-XLF : accessed 26 November 2015), Anna Mix, 02 Apr 1735; citing ; FHL microfilm unknown.
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Betsey Mix1

b. June 18, 1799
  • Last Edited: 14 Jan 2021

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com. Vermont, U.S., Vital Records, 1720-1908 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013.
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Clarinda Mix1

b. perhaps 1795
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  • Clarinda Mix was born perhaps 1795.
  • She was the daughter of Amos Mix and Clarinda Barnes.1
  • Clarinda married (?) Collins.
  • Last Edited: 20 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. Gordon Fisher, GEDCOM, , which includes the following:

    'AMOS MIX was born at Waterbury, Connecticut, February 2, 1759. He died at Muskingum, Muskingum County, Ohio, October 16, 1844. He married on January 4, 1784 at Cheshire, Connecticut, Clarinda Barnes. She was born January 6, 1767 at Cheshire. They were married by the Rev. John Foote, Congregational minister at Cheshire. Clarinda Barnes was baptized by Rev. Foote on November 22, 1767. She was allowed a pension as the widow of Amos Mix on an application executed September 8, 1848, while residing in Muskingum Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, at the age of 81 years. She died 1850. She and her husband are buried in Muskingum.

    Amos Mix served more than seven years in the Revolutionary War. He fought in the following battles: Long Island, Kips Bay, White Plains and Yorktown. He was in the First Call, Lexington Alarm. 1775, under Captain Isaac Cook, went as far as Hartford, Connecticut, served 8 days. He served in the Second Call, 2d Company, 7th Regiment, under Captain Street Hall and Colonel Chester Webb, sent to Boston, enlisted July 11, discharged October 23, 1775. He was in the Third Call, 1776, in Fifth Battalion, James Wadsworth's Brigade under Colonel William Douglas. Served in the city of New York to help reinforce General George Washington, and on the Brooklyn front. He fought at the Battle of Long Island, August 27, 1776; Battle of Kips Bay September 15, 1776; Battle of White Plains, October 28, 1776. He was seriously wounded at the Battle of White Plains. He was a soldier in the 7th Company under Captain Nathaniel Bunnell, and in the Connecticut Line; also in the 4th Regiment under Colonel Zebulom Butler. Enlisted April 9, 1777 for the war. Served in Captain Baker's 4th Regiment Connecticut Line under Major P. Wyllys' Detached Battalion under General Lafayette from February to November, 1781. and fought at the Battle of Yorktown, October 19, 1781. He was a private and was pensioned April 29, 1819, under an act of Congress on March 18, 1818. He was living at the time at Muskingum, Ohio. He died in 1844 and is buried in Muskingum Township. His Will was proved November 9, 1844. He was a farmer. References: Colonial Records of Connecticut, History of Cheshire, Connecticut, and Army Records, Bureau of Pensions, Washington, D.C. His children ---
    1. Justice L. Mix.
    2. Amos C. Mix.
    3. Levi Mix.
    4. Clarinda Mix married a Mr. Collins.
    5. Hannah Louise Mix was born about 1790 in either New York or Connecticut, married Thomas Dillin [sic; son changed to Dillon] at Muskingum, Ohio, 1809. Died at Maple Grove, Michigan after the Civil War and is buried there.
    6. Truman Mix.
    7. Sarah Mix married a Mr. Mora.
    8. Loly Mix born 1801, married a Mr. Flemming [sic, 2 m's].
    9. Lydia Mix born 1803, married a Mr. Bryant.'

    Dillon adds, p 31: 'GENERATIONS FOLLOWING TO COMPILER
    (7) Hannah Louise Mix,
    (8) Peter Dillon,
    (9) Peter Orison Dillon,
    (10) Arthur Orison Dillon.'

    'AMOS [MIX], b 2 Feb 1759 WatV [Waterbury CT]; m 4 Jan 1784 CC [Cheshire CT] --- Clarinda Barnes. --- Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, 1922-32 etc, p 1207.
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Dan (DeEstings) S Mix

b. about 1847, d. the summer of 1874
  • THIS LISTING HAS NOT YET BEEN AUDITED, AND MAY NOT BE ACCURATE; A.
  • Dan (DeEstings) S Mix was born about 1847 in Vermont.1
  • He was the son of Luther Mix and Lucia Elizabeth Billings.
  • Dan (DeEstings) S Mix was a carpenter and bridge builder, and worked for J.V. Chamberlin on the IC&L Rail Road. He contracted a severe cold while on the boat coming from New Orleans, La. to Washington.2
  • Dan (DeEstings) S Mix was in the Civil War, in Co. A 8th Vermont Vols. His wife filed for a pension.2
  • "National Archives
    --- Warren, Washinton Co., Vermont,
    ss

    ....this is to certify that I Nancy Burbank of Warren Vermont Washington County depose and say that in 1864 or 1865 that said Destig? Mix was _____ ___ [working?] for my son in Warren Vermont and voluenter [?] with him and I his mother done his work and would say that said Mix was troubled with a bad cough his lungs troubled him bad after his discharge in July 1865 or 1866. My son moved West and I went with him said Mix worked for my son at the joiner business at Cleves Ohio I saw him wekly [sic] and know that his lungs troubled him so he cound not work _ [a?] considerable part of the time. I think the said Mix died in 1874 I took care of him for a few days before he died and I know that he died from the effects of lung difficulty which I believe to be contracted while in the army I dont think he saw a well day after he left the army I have doctered [sic] him nights after nights for his cough he was troubled to breathe I knew him before he enlisted and I concidered [sic] him a well and sound man, my age is 71 [?] and post office address is Warren Washington County, Vermont and I further say that I am ___ enterested [sic] in this claim and I make _____ [?]."2
  • In 1868, Dan (DeEstings) S Mix moved to Ohio.2
  • D. married Mary Jane McLean on February 26, 1868 in Miami Township, Hamilton County, Ohio.2
  • In the spring of 1870, Dan (DeEstings) S Mix moved to Delhi, Hamilton County, Ohio.2
  • Dan died the summer of 1874.2
  • Last Edited: 2 Nov 2012

Family: Mary Jane McLean b. perhaps 1849

Citations

  1. Gordon Fisher, GEDCOM, , which includes the following:

    Data from Ed(win) Chesney (see Luther MIX for ads), 17 May 1994. He also sends:

    'National Archives--- Warren, Washinton Co., Vermont, ss....this is to certify that I Nancy Burbank of Warren Vermont Washington County depose and say that in 1864 or 1865 that said Destig? Mix was _____ ___ [working?] for my son in Warren Vermont and voluenter [?] with him and I his mother done his work and would say that said Mix was troubled with a bad cough his lungs troubled him bad after his discharge in July 1865 or 1866. My son moved West and I went with him said Mix worked for my son at the joiner business at Cleves Ohio I saw him wekly [sic] and know that his lungs troubled him so he cound not work _ [a?] considerable part of the time. I think the said Mix died in 1874 I took care of him for a few days before he died and I know that he died from the effects of lung difficulty which I believe to be contracted while in the army I dont think he saw a well day after he left the army I have doctered [sic] him nights after nights for his cough he was troubled to breathe I knew him before he enlisted and I concidered [sic] him a well and sound man, my age is 71 [?] and post office address is Warren Washington County, Vermont and I further say that I am ___ enterested [sic] in this claim and I make _____ [?].'

    From same: 'The 1860 census of Warren Township, Washington Co., Vermont has the following:
    1000/1018 Albert P. Davis age 33, male, born Vermont
         Susan Davis age 26, female, born Vermont
         Ada Davis age --, ------, born Vermont
         Dustin Mix age 13, male, born Vermont [probable De Estines]
         Ira Putnam age 74, male, born Vermont'

    Thus it appears, if Dustin is De Estines (Dan S?), that when Luther MIX died between 1850 and 1860, this son went to live with Albert P. Davis.
    From same: 'DeEstings S. Mix was in the Civil War, He was in Co. A 8th Vermont Vols. His wife filed for a pension and those papers were examined briefly by me [i.e., Edwin Chesney] at the Archives in Washington D.C. My notes are brief one line sentences such as follows:
    DeEstings S. Mix, A 8th Vt. Vols. --- Ida B. Mary J. Mix now Love --- Delhi, Ohio. (She married a ----- Love) G. W. Bugbee, Delhi, Hamilton Co., Ohio --- Gdn Minors. Married 28 Jan. 1878, Joseph P, Love & Mary J. Mix, Hamilton Co., Ohio. Estings S. Mix died summer of 1874. He came to Delhi to live, in the spring of 1870. Marriage D.S. Mix & Mary Jane McLean, 26th Feb 1868, 25th at Miami Twp., Mary J. Mix whose maiden name was Mary J. McClain, neither married before. Present where their children were born. [?]
    --- Warren, Washington County, Vermont. Carpenter & Bridge builder --- in Ohio Cleves [?] Worked for J.V. Chamberlin on the IC&L Rail Road
    --- Contracted a severe cold while on the boat coming from New Orleans, La. to Washington D.C. Went west (Ohio) in 1868 Davis G. Waldron Commde [sic] Waldron
    --- Milo Buckin --- Affidavit --- Warren, Washington Co., Vermont
    --- 2 Children --- Ida B. Mix & John DeEstings Mix both living and both of whom were under 16 years of age at time of his death.
    --- Date of death June 18, 1874 Guardian G.W.Bugbee Ida B. Mix born Dec. 24, 1868 John DeE. Mix born Sept. 1, 1870.
    ---- General Affidavit for any Purpose. State of Ohio County of Hamilton s.s. In the matter of Mary J. Mix (widow of DeEasting S, Mix) for Pension personally comes the affiant who being first sworn, on oath says: That she was well acquainted with DeEsting S. Mix and Mary J. Mix (whose maiden name was Mary J. McClain) previous to their marriage and knows that neither of them were ever married before. She further says she was resent when their children were born to Wit Ida B. Mix born December 24th 1868, and John D. Mix born Sept. 1st 1870, and that Dr. O. H. Perry was the attending Physician when both of said children were born, and that the said Dr. O. H. Perry is dead. And affiant further swears she is not interested in the Prosecution of the claim, and he Post Office address is Cleves, County of Hamilton, State of Ohio. Eliza Ellen (X) Russell Witnesses James Carlise when signed by mark R. H. Russell Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of May 1881. The affiant is the person she represents herself to be, and a credible witness. I am not interested in this claim sought to be established. Witness my hand and seal, day and year above written. The [contents were read over to affiant before signing the same. James Carlin Justice of the Peace Seal ' [END QUOTE FROM ED CHESNEY].
  2. Gordon Fisher, GEDCOM, , citing research of Edwin Chesney.
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Daniel Mix

b. April 27, 1712
  • Last Edited: 6 Oct 2009

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, (1922-32) , p. 1202.
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David Keller Mix1

b. December 14, 1847, d. May 7, 1924
  • Father: Lyman Mix2 b. November 25, 1810, d. April 8, 1865
  • Mother: Jane Ann Keller2 b. about January 18, 1821, d. November 25, 1883
  • Reference: 1600fbadeb
  • Last Edited: 16 Jan 2021

Family: Emily F. Peck (?) b. perhaps 1849

Citations

  1. Tree Talks, Vols. 12-13, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=87NnAAAAMAAJ . Central New York Genealogical Society, (1972) , p. 40.
  2. 1850 United States. Census Office. 7th census, Population schedules of the seventh census of the United States, 1850, Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives. Central Plains Region, (1964) , Census Place: Long Lake, Hamilton, New York; Roll: 511; Page: 27a. (With few exceptions, names are listed exactly as they appear on the census.).
  3. New York State Department of Health; Albany, NY, USA; New York State Marriage Index.
  4. "New York, County Marriages, 1847-1848; 1908-1936," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9Q97-YSZ6-2KD?cc=1618491&wc=38MV-C6X%3A1583183003%2C1583183002 : 18 March 2019), Hamilton > Marriage records, 1908-1936, vol 1 > image 79 of 127; citing county clerk offices from various counties, New York.
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