Mitchell, Margaret and David: Third Generation - Page 20
The following data is extracted from David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy.
returned home, Oct., 1864. A history of the regiment has been published. School teacher, 1860-2, Principal of the High School, Newport, Ky., 1865-7; lawyer, Cincinnati, 1867-9; Kansas City, Mo., 1869-74. In Sept., 1874, he entered the Presbyterian ministry and served churches in Kansas, Ohio, Florida and Massachusetts. Is a graduate of Lane Theological Seminary. Was commissioner to the General Assemblies of 1886 and 1903. Is stated clerk of the Presbytery of Boston. Has been connected with the U. S. Customs Service at Boston since Dec. 1, 1899. On Feb. 15, 1875, at Lacygne, Kas., he lost his left hand by gunshot accident while out hunting. Republican. A. M. (Westminster College) ; Ph. D. (Wooster University).
Children:-405 James R.; 406 Arthur B.; 407 Ada J.; 108 Mary F.; 408a Ralph; 409 Geraldine; none by second narriage.
128. Mitchell, Jeanette Elizabeth (24); b. Dec. 14, 1842; lied Oct. 1, 1855, of diphtheria.
129. Mitchell, Martha Ann (24); b. Oct. 4, 1844; died March 10, 1848, of scarlet fever.
130. Mitchell, Hugh Campbell (24); b. June 13, 1847; lied September 29, 1855, of diphtheria.
Source: David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy