Mitchell, Margaret and David: Third Generation - Page 28
The following data is extracted from David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy.
removed to California, and are engaged in orange culture.
Mr. Clever served during the civil war in Co. C., 4th Ind. Cavalry. His father, who was in the same company, died at Murfreesboro, 1863. Mrs. Clever was a teacher before marriage. Presbyterians; Republicans.
Children:-468 Simon E.; 469 Otis H.
177. Small-Iliffe, Margaret Louisa (35), Cedarville, O.; b. July 29, 1842. m. Dec. 10, 1870, William H., son of Wesley and Sarah Iliffe, at Cedarville, O., where they have since resided. Mr. Iliffe served honorably in the 12th O. V. I. during the Civil War. Reformed Presbyterian; Prohibitionist and W. C. T. U. Mr. Iliffe follows the trade of a mason.
Children:-477 Mary K.; 478 Harry S.; 479 Walter C.; 480 William WT.; 481 Charles E.; 482 Sadie; 483 Fannie.
178. Small, Andrew Eli (35), 402 N. Main st., Urbanna, O., b. Dec. 10, 1846. m. Oct. 26, 1870, Martha E., dau. of Daniel and Jane McMillan. They resided in Cedarville till 1889, and then moved to Springfield, O., where they have since resided. Farmer; Reformed Presbyterian; Republican.
He served one year during the Civil War in Co. A, 185th O. V. I.
Children:-484 Luella; 485 Irene; 486 David L.; 487 James A.; 488 Helen; 489 Florence.
Source: David and Margaret Mitchell Genealogy