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Wiley (William P.) Mitchem/um 1805 NC/KY/MO
Posted by: Susan (ID *****2043) Date: November 30, 2007 at 15:14:01
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I looking for any additional informaition concerning William P., or Wiley, Mitchem, born about 1805 in North Carolina. He married Annie Warden, date of marriage unknown, in Kentucky. Annie was born about 1811 in Kentucky. I do not know the dates of death for either, although both died in Henson, Mississippi County, Missouri, where they had previously moved around 1868. Their children were all born in Kentucky:
Rhoda ("Rody"), born about 1831
William M., twin of Rhoda
E. (Elizabeth?), born about 1833
John, born about 1835
Sarah, ("Sallie"), born about 1841
Levi C., born about 1847
Margaret Ann, born February 5, 1848, in Mayfield, Graves Co., Ky (my line)

I've found Wiley on the following Federal Census forms: 1830 Census (Graves, Kentucky), 1840 Census (Hickman, KY, although I'm only 'mostly' sure this one is him), 1850 Census (Hickman, KY), and 1860 (Graves, KY). Listed right below Wiley on the 1830 Federal Census, there is a Sarah Mitchum. In her house, there is one 15-20 male, one 40-50 male, two 15-20 females, and one 50-60 female (Sarah?). I tend to think there might be a connection. On the 1840 Census, there is an E.E. Mitchem/um who looks to be a little younger than Wiley, who also has a young family.


Thanks!

Susan


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