Mitchell, Margaret and David: Third Generation - Page 11
The following data is extracted from David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy.
Gaboon and Corisco field under the care of the Presbyterian church. She returned home in 1860. Mr. Clemens was returning in 1862, when, about one month out at sea, he died, June 24, of malignant African fever, and was buried in the ocean's depths, off the island St. Thomas, W. I. She returned as a missionary to Africa, leaving her child with relatives, but was unable to endure the hardships of her service and returned, broken in health, to Xenia in 1866, where, Dec. 2'7, 1866, she died. She was a noble, amiable and cultured woman, by whose life and work all her relatives have been highly honored. An account of one of the fruits of their missionary labor is given in the Assembly Herald, Presbyterian Church, March, 1903.
102. Jackson-Andrew, Margaret (17); b. in 1826. m.
in 1850, Hugh Milton, son of James Andrew, of Greene Co.,O. She died May, 1853.
Issue: 366 David J.
103. Jackson, James Culbertson (1 7) ; b. 1828 ; died aged fifteen months.
Source: David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy