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Mitchell Cemetery
Newtown, King and Queen County, Virginia

Lat: 37° 54' 42"N, Lon: 77° 07' 18"W

Contributed by Anne Braun, Jan 04, 2011, last edited Jan 05, 2011 [gen@cox.net]. Total records = 17.

From Newtown, go .3 miles southeast on Newtown Road (Route 721) until you reach Indian Neck Road (Route 623). Turn onto Indian Neck Road and go northeast for .1 mile. The cemetery is on the south side of the road.

This is a small family cemetery that is in good shape. There is a plaque at the front of the cemetery that reads "Mitchell Family Cemetery Established 1865". Some of the headstones are fairly new. Most of the burials are from the Richard Michell Family.

I walked and read this cemetery on Nov 24, 2010.

- Anne Braun

Cannon, Bessie K., b. May 26, 1899, d. Nov 14, 1910
Cannon, James E., b. Jul 14, 1880, d. Sep 7, 1912
Henshaw, Mary Susan, b. Jun 7, 1892, d. Sep 5, 1892
Mitchell, Baby #1, no dates
Mitchell, Baby #2, no dates
Mitchell, Baby Boy, b. 1931, d. 1931
Mitchell, Fannie Samuel, b. Dec 25, 1872, d. Jul 22, 1901
Mitchell, John Bernard, b. Feb 18, 1888, d. Apr 12, 1929
Mitchell, Leonard A., b. Sep 26, 1896, d. Aug 31, 1898
Mitchell, Mary E., b. Nov 20, 1842, d. Sep 25, 1897, w/o Richard
Mitchell, Mary Mann, b. 1815, d. 1865, s/w Richard
Mitchell, Maude Ellen, b. Jan 5, 1891, d. Apr 19, 1900
Mitchell, Richard Edward, b. Jul 25, 1886, d. Jun 22, 1887
Mitchell, Richard P., no dates, Civil War Veteran
Mitchell, Richard, b. 1817, d. 1880
Pollard, Elizabeth, b. Aug 5, 1892, d. Nov 1, 1892
Pollard, Richard, b. Feb 5, 1895, d. Jul 7, 1895

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