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Charter Mitchell
Posted by: Christine Robinson (ID *****3515) Date: July 24, 2004 at 14:33:16
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After many weeks of tireless searching for my 5th great grandfather Charter Mitchell I finally found a Charter Mitchel in Louisa County 1746. Considering how obviously rare this name was prior to his children and grandchildren there is no doubt this man is a relative. Considering that my Charter had his children in the 1770's this man must be his uncle, father or grandfather. A few of the other names mentioned on
are, Yancey, Garland and Bickley. We have not been able to find any other record of him prior to 1802. I am hoping that someone may have some additional information that would be of help in this situation. My Charter settled in Tazewell County just prior to 1800 and did not leave as far as we can tell. So if anyone can be of assistance in this brickwall it would be greatly appreciated by alot of people. Thank you.

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