Mitchell, Margaret and David: Third Generation - Page 14
The following data is extracted from David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy.
at Washington, Ia. Removed to Chicago, 1889, and died there June 21, 1905. Mr. Duke served in the 45th Iowa Infantry, Civil War. United Presbyterians.
Children:-376 James T.; 377 Agnes M. 378 Sadie S.; 379 George; 380 Laura A.; 381 Cora.
112. Currie, James Mitchell (18) ; b. about 1836 ; died in Washington, D. C., 1889. Served with distinction in the 2d Iowa Infantry, Civil War, at close of which he engaged in publishing the Memphis, Tenn., Bulletin. Served as Revenue Collector at Key West and also as a Customs Inspector at Chicago. Unm.
113. Currie, William (18); b. about 1840; died, 1843.
114. Currie, George V. (18), Tarkio, Mo.; b. Jan.
1844. m. April 1, 1874, at Xenia, 110 Emma Eunice Jackson.
Early moved to Missouri and have resided on farm, near Tarkio. Farmers; United Presbyterians; Republicans; Prohibitionist. He served in the 25th Iowa Infantry till the end of the war. He was engaged in the battles of Lookout Mountain, Mission Ridge, Taylor's Ridge, Resacca, Rome.
Source: David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy