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Joseph McCullough 1, 2 died unknown. He married Elizabeth Sanders "Eliza" Mitchell.

Elizabeth Sanders "Eliza" Mitchell [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 17 Mar 1804. She died unknown. Elizabeth married Joseph McCullough.

They had the following children:

  F i Susannette McCullough 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 17 Feb 1829. She died unknown.
  F ii Elizabeth Rebecca McCullough 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 11 Mar 1831. She died unknown.

Joseph Rogers Mitchell [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 21 Nov 1824. He died unknown. Joseph married 5, 6 Eliza Massengale on 25 Dec 1845.

Eliza Massengale [Parents] 1, 2 died unknown. She married 3, 4 Joseph Rogers Mitchell on 25 Dec 1845.

Note on Mrs Phillips report;
"Eliza Massengale (of Grainger co)"

They had the following children:

  F i Mary Rogers Mitchell 1 died 2 (Lived a few days.).
  F ii Elizabeth Massengale Mitchell 1 died unknown.
  F iii Ailsie Mitchell 1 died unknown.
  F iv Fannie Walker Mitchell 1 died unknown.
  F v Margaret Branner Mitchell 1 died unknown.
  M vi James Gaines Mitchell 1 died unknown.
  M vii Robert Massengale Mitchell 1 died unknown.
  M viii William Kyle Mitchell 1 died unknown.
  M ix Samuel Shields Mitchell 1 died unknown.
  M x Joseph Rogers Mitchell (Jr) 1 died unknown.
  F xi Maud Mitchell 1 died unknown.
  F xii Grace Mitchell 1 died unknown.

Joseph Reed 1, 2 died unknown. He married Nancy (w/o Joseph Reed).

Nancy (w/o Joseph Reed) 1, 2 died unknown. She married Joseph Reed.

They had the following children:

  F i Mary M. Reed

James N. Gouldy 1, 2 died unknown. He married 3 Mary Rogers Mitchell on 2 Oct 1851 in Hawkins co, TN.

Mary Rogers Mitchell [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 22 Mar 1827. She died unknown. Mary married 5 James N. Gouldy on 2 Oct 1851 in Hawkins co, TN.

They had the following children:

  M i James Neill Gouldy 1 died unknown.
  M ii John William Gouldy 1 died unknown.
  M iii Lonie M. Gouldy 1 died unknown.
  F iv Mattie Gouldy 1 died unknown.

John Marion Gray [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3 on 14 Aug 1849 in Greene co, TN and was christened in Baptist church. He died unknown. John married Frances Susan "Fanny" Mitchell.

"John M. Gray, cashier of the Citizensí Bank, was born in Greene County, August 14, 1849, the son of Robert and Nancy (Mays) Gray, the former of Scotch-Irish stock, and born in Greene County, in October, 1814, and the latter of German origin, and born about 1825, in the same county. They were married about 1847, and a year later came to this county, locating ten miles southeast of Rogersville, where they resided up to 1873. They then moved to Jefferson County, where the father, a cabinet-maker, devotes himself chiefly to farming. He is a Republican, and a member of the Missionary Baptist Church. The mother, who died April 5, 1885, was also a member of that church. Our subject is the only child, and finished his education at Tusculum College, after which he was a pedagogue for a time in Greene and Hawkins Counties. In November, 1873, he became clerk and master of the chancery court, and as he was at this time but twenty-four years old, he was the youngest clerk in the district, and continued to hold the office for twelve years. He had been studying law, and was licenses in February, 1886, but has never actively practiced. At the organization of the bank in March, 1887, he was made its cashier. The capital of the bank is $35,000. He married, March 10, 1875 Fannie S., a daughter of Richard and Louisiana Mitchell, and granddaughter of Joseph Rogers, in whose honor Rogersville received its name. They have two sons and two daughters. Our subject is a Republican, and is a member of the Baptist Church, while his wife is a Presbyterian. "
(from Goodspeed's History)
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnhawkin/goodbio.htm

Frances Susan "Fanny" Mitchell [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3 on 16 Feb 1842 and was christened in Presbyterian church. She died unknown. Frances married John Marion Gray.

"Fannie S., a daughter of Richard and Louisiana Mitchell, and granddaughter of Joseph Rogers, in whose honor Rogersville received its name.";
she was a Presbyterian; she and John had two sons and two daughters at the time of Goodspeed's History written in 1886;
from Goodspeed's History

They had the following children:

  F i Nan Lou Gray 1 was born 2 in 1876. She died 3 in 1962.

Note added to Mrs Phillip's report;
"unmarried"
  M ii Robert Richard Gray 1 died unknown.
  F iii Frances Marian Gray
  M iv Frank Paul Gray

Samuel Bell 1 was born 2 on 28 Mar 1836. He died 3 on 15 Jun 1881. Samuel married 4 Lucy Amanda Mitchell on 22 Jan 1867/1868 in Rogersville, Hawkins co, TN.

Lucy Amanda Mitchell [Parents] 1 was born 2 on 14 Mar 1844. She died 3 on 4 May 1923. Lucy married 4 Samuel Bell on 22 Jan 1867/1868 in Rogersville, Hawkins co, TN.

They had the following children:

  M i Fred E. Bell
  F ii Nettie Bell

Samuel Mitchell [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3 on 13 Apr 1765. He died unknown. Samuel married Molly Folsom.

Other marriages:
Love, Delilah

Mitchell report by Willie Blount Mitchell says that Samuel Mitchell was "formerly agent of the Choctaw Nation of Indians."

This note is added to the transcribed Willie Blount Mitchell report;
[Note: "Book on Cherokee and Choctaw Indians said he had two children by an Indian Woman but don't know if any of these are the ones."]

Molly Folsom 1 died unknown. She married Samuel Mitchell.

They had the following children:

  F i Alzira Mitchell
  F ii Sophia Mitchell 1, 2, 3 was born 4, 5 on 30 Nov 1802. She died unknown.

from 1805 Treaty with the Choctaw;
"Sophia", d/o Samuel Mitchell (Indian agent) "by Molly, a Chocktaw woman".

Joel Dyer [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3 in 1754. He died 4 on 11 Jun 1825 in Madison co, TN and was buried 5 in Jun 1825 in Madison co, TN. Joel married Sophia [Weston].

Other marriages:
Christmas, Sallie James

"Dyer, Joel (1754-1825)"
"SENATE, 2nd General Assembly, 1797-99; representing Hawkins County (2nd session only; replaced Joseph McMinn, resigned). Born in 1754, place not determined; son of John and Elizabeth Dyer, who later lived in Christian County, Kentucky. Went to Tennessee c. 1792 and settled on Poor Valley Creek, near Mooresburg, Hawkins County. In 1796, appointed 2nd major of Hawkins County militia; sometime justice of the peace, Hawkins County; may have been in the War of 1812. About 1800 he removed to Rutherford County; involved in many land transactions; with the opening of the Western District he removed to Madison County, 1821. Inherited land from both his father and father-in-law. He was married (1st) to Sophia (Weston?), by whom he is said to have had fourteen children, the names of only five being known--Frances (Mrs. Thomas Mitchell), Robert Henry, Charlotte (Mrs. Blackman Coleman), Sophia Weston, and William H. Dyer. He was married (2nd) in Davidson County on July 16, 1802, to sallied James Christmas, daughter of William Christmas. Nine children by the second marriage, eight of them being Mariah T., Druscilla C., Joel S., Charles C., James M., Sarah, Camilla Jones, and Ann L. Dyer. Died in Madison County on June 11, 1825 and is buried there. Father of Robert Henry Dyer, sometime member Tennessee General Assembly; grandfather of Joel Henry Dyer; attorney-general for 16th District, 1831-36."
Sources: Millerís Manual, 189; Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, XXV, 174; Burns and McCown, Soldiers of the War of 1812, 35; Davidson County Marriage Records, 1789-1837, p. 43; Crockett Files, Manuscript Section, State Library.
(from TN General Assembly Biographies; Hawkins co, TN)

Sophia [Weston] 1 died unknown. She married Joel Dyer.

"He (Joel Dyer) was married (1st) to Sophia (Weston?), by whom he is said to have had fourteen children, the names of only five being known-- "
(from TN GeneralAssembly Biographies; Hawkins co, TN)

They had the following children:

  F i Frances Dyer
  F ii Nancy Dyer
  M iii Robert Henry Dyer
  F iv Charlotte Dyer
  F v Sophia Weston Dyer 1 died unknown.
  M vi William H. Dyer 1 died unknown.

Edward Mitchell [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3 on 3 Dec 1769. He died unknown. Edward married 4 Betsy Smith Apr or May 1794 in Hawkins co, TN.

Note added to Mrs Phillips report states that Edward was an agent to the Choctaw Indians.

It is with speculation, due to the date and location, that I place Betsy Smith as the wife of Edward Mitchell, son of Joab Mitchell. A marriage publication for "Mr Edward Mitchell & Betsy Smith" appeared in the Knoxville (TN) Gazette on 8 May 1794; under, "Married Lately in Hawkins County (TN)"

Betsy Smith 1 died unknown. She married 2 Edward Mitchell Apr or May 1794 in Hawkins co, TN.

It is with speculation, due to the date and location, that I place Betsy Smith as the wife of Edward Mitchell, son of Joab Mitchell. A marriage publication for "Mr Edward Mitchell & Betsy Smith" appeared in the Knoxville (TN) Gazette on 8 May 1794; under, "Married Lately in Hawkins County (TN)"

They had the following children:

  F i Angelica Mitchell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 2 Sep 1795. She died unknown.
  M ii Samuel Mitchell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 16 Dec 1797. He died unknown.
  F iii Elizabeth Mitchell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 8 May 1800. She died unknown.
  M iv Irwin Mitchell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 1 Aug 1803. He died unknown.
  M v Joab Mitchell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 7 Feb 1806. He died unknown.
  M vi Jesse Mitchell 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 7 Nov 1808. He died unknown.

James H. Mitchell [Parents] 1 was born 2 in 1849 in IA. He died unknown. James married Elvira Rice.

Elvira Rice [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3 about 1851 in MO. She died unknown. Elvira married James H. Mitchell.

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