Mitchell, Margaret and David: Third Generation - Page 7
The following data is extracted from David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy.
Winter. Resided in Greene Co., O., till 1865 and then moved to Crawford Co., Ill. Farmer; United Presbyterian; Republican. He offered himself for service in the Union Army in civil war, but was not accepted because he was not an able bodied man. He was an elder for many years. Died Oct. 18, 1892.
Children :-307 Martha L.; 308 James A.; 309 Edwin L.;
310 John W.; 311 Nettie; 312 Margaret H.; 313 Henry G.; (Charles Josiah died in childhood.)
81. Espy, John Young (14) ; b. near Cedarville, Dec. 26, 1825 ; m. Oct. 1, 1861, Mary Sheller. Moved to California, and died at Rialto, Aug. 11, 1896.
Children:-314 Jennie E.; 315 Jessie Y.; 316 Mary E.; 317 Cora B.; 318 Frances A.
82. Espy, William (14) ; b. near Cedarville, Feb., 1828 ; m. Ella Law, about 1859, at Xenia. She was a grand daughter of Hugh Andrew. William died Oct. 28, 1867.
One child:-319 Mignon.
83. Espy, Mathew Henry (14) ; b. July 9, 1830 ; died May 9, 1831.
84. Espy-Reid, Elizabeth Martha (14) ; Pana, I11., b. Aug. 22, 1832. m. August 31, 1853, James Renwick, son of William and Sarah Wright Reid. Farmers; United Presbyterians. Moved to Illinois in- 1864, and for many years have resided in Pana. Before- that they lived on farm. Presbyterians; Republicans.
Mr. Reid served for a time in the Union Army during the Civil War.
Children:-320 Josiah E.; 321 Adella; 322 Frances; 323 Carrie; 324 Willie; 325 Jennie '1M. ; 326 Martha E.; 327 Mary A.
85. Espy, George A. (14) ; b. Oct., 1834; died Aug., 1835.
86. Espy, Calvin (14), Beaumont, Cal.; b. near Cedarville, Nov. 9, 1836. m. May 18, 1858, Jennie, dau. of D. K. and Iris Mitchell, of Piqua, O. Lived in Ohio, Missouri, and is now residing in California. Farmer; United Presbyterian. He served in the 110th O. V. L, during the Civil War; was wounded and taken prisoner at Winchester and carried to Libby prison and afterward to Belle Isle. He was exchanged and again, in charge before Petersburg, was wounded; thence carried to
Source: David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy