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    J. C. Mitchell, farmer; P. O. Tippecanoe City born in Elizabeth Township, Miami Co., Aug. 19, 1826; is a son of George and Catharine (Gearhart) Mitchell he was born in Virginia, in 1798, and came to Ohio with his parents in 1811. They settled in the above named township, which was his place of residence to within a few years of his death, when he moved to Bethel Township; he departed this life in November of 1874, having been the father of seven children; three of these preceded him to their eternal home, and one has followed since; J. C. (the oldest of the living ones), Linny A., now Mrs. Gesseman, living in Kansas, and James, living in Cincinnati, are the survivors. The subject of this sketch was bred a farmer, and still follows that business; he has 50 acres of land in this township, besides some land in the West; he has served as Justice of the Peace six years, and Revenue Inspector seven years; was Captain of Co. B, 147th O. V. I., for about three years. On Sept. 18, 1951, he married Margaret Stafford, a native of this township, born March 15, 1827; she is a daughter of James S. Stafford, who was also a native of this place. J. C. and Margaret Mitchell are the parents of nine. children, Marvin M. (deceased), Stanley O. (a dry goods merchant of Lima, Ohio), Roger J., Homer W. 13., Reuben W., Elmer E., Mary C., Horace C., Bellama S. and Linny Blanche.

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