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Family Sheet

HUSBAND
Name: Glen Basil Mitchell Note Born: 21 Sep 1892 at Oskaloosa, , , IA Married: Died: Jun 1956
WIFE
Name: Linnie Alma Witt Note Born: 30 Aug 1895 at James County, , , TN Died: 28 Jun 1993 at WA, , , Other Spouses: Nathan Prentice Atkinson Father: William Hopkins Witt Mother: Caroline Brooks
CHILDREN
Name: Harold Glen Mitchell Born: (suppressed / living) Died: Wife: Katherine Tenoschok
Name: Paula Marie Mitchell Born: 18 Oct 1921 at Hermiston, , , OR Died: 10 Mar 1985 Husband: Thomas C. Mcgranahan M.d.
Name: Lura Alma Mitchell Born: (suppressed / living) Died: Husband: Arthur Feroglia
NOTES
1). !DEATH Correspondence with Linnie Witt Mitchell and hers o , Correspondence with Linnie Witt Mitchell and hersonHaro l d G l enMitchell.
2).  Notes from Linnie Alma Witt as given to her son, Ha r o l d i n 1989  Linnieremembers certain details of thei r tr i p f ro m Tennessee, seeing theirfirst train in Chatt anoog a , cha ngi ng trains in either St. Louis or KansasCi ty  n o t sure w hich  ,possibly changed more than once. S he bel ie vesthi s was J an or Feb of 1905. At the large ra nch ho us e near H arringto n about 50 miles west of Spokan e  sh e an d her sibl ings an d all the cousinshad a merr y time .  By n ow there we re fou r of theWitt clan here   Willia mHopkin s Witt, Georg e M. Wi tt, Natt Witt and t heir siste r May Wi ttAnderson an d husban d Nick.  Linni e saw the fir st flus h toilet at th e homeof he r Uncle Ge orge, Aunt Alm a & thei r daughter Maid a. In 1909 W m H. W itt and his bro ther in l aw, Nick Anderso n, boughtappr ox imately 20 acre s each, adj oining tracts, o f good farmla n d about 3mile s southwest o f Kennewick, Wa .  They raise d asp aragus an d strawberriesf or the market, a lfalfa ha y for th e cows a nd horses, and W m H. Witt keptbee s fo r honey.  As m one y and time permitte d they started pla n ting appletrees , f inally reaching te n acres in Red Delic i ous apples. W. H. was apparently a ver y good and resourc efu l farmer an d added man y improvements to both house an d farm .  He wa s very much opp osed to acho hol andcard pl aying, bu t di d smoke a pipe afte r meals.  !DEATH Correspondence with Harold Glen Mitchell, Correspon d ence with Harold Glen Mitchell

						

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