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The Mitchell family of Tipton County, Tennessee : their antecedents in colonial southside Virginia including Jones and Bishop and their numerous descendents

Written by Helen Mitchell Goggans and Mavis P. Kelsey, Sr. ; material compiled by Billie Mitchell Langford, Helen Mitchell Goggans, Arnold Mitchell and Mavis P. Kelsey, Sr.
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Kingsland, Arkansas : H.M. Goggans, A. Mitchell, & B.M. Langford, c1990
x, 301p : ill., port.
096262070X

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Includes index.

The first record of Abraham Mitchell, Sr. living in the United States, was recorded in Southwark Parish, Surry County, Virginia in 1768. Family traditions are that he came from Ireland. He and his wife Mary had four sons and two daughters. The children of Abraham and Mary stayed in Virginia most of their lives. Their descendants reside in Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, all across the southern part of the United States and elsewhere. Includes Kelsey, Miller, Parnell, Bishop and other related families.

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