Mixsonian

 THE MIXON-MIXSON FAMILY

5064 ELIZA WATFORD, CALVIN WATFORD (2063h), NANCY MIXON (2063), SAMUEL MIXON 1705), JOHN MIXON IV (6), JOHN MIXON III (3), JOHN MIXON II (2), JOHN MIXON I (1)

Eliza Watford, dau. of Calvin and Ann Jane Taylor Watford, was b. in Henry County, AL, Dec. 16, 1857, d. July 30, 1914, m. Dec. 31, 1874, Charles Thomas Harrison - b. April 21, 1855 in Henry County, AL, d. Oct. 139 1897, s. of Wiley F. and Mary E. Adams Harrison. Both bur. Rocky Creek Methodist Church Cemetery, Ashford, Houston County, AL.  

Census: 1850 Sumter, Sumter, SC, Gracy Mixon, widow, with living with son Canaan Mixon

Children:

5070 Ella Harrison - b. Oct. 29, 1875 in Henry County, AL, m. ____ Sellers.

5071 Bertie May Harrison - b. Jan. 19, 1880 b. in Henry County, AL, Jan. 19, 1880, d. July 9, 1967, m. Feb. 14, 1895, John Thomas Coulliette, a Methodist Minister - b. Aug. 2, 1873 in Jackson County, FL, d. March 18, 1959, son of James Philemon Coulliette and his wife, Sarah Dozier Coulliette. Children:

5075 Alva T. Coulliette - b. Oct. 15, 1896, d. Jan. 29, 1897 in Houston County, Alabama.

*5076 James Horace Coulliette - b. Feb. 11, 1899. (See later)

5072 Wiley Marvin Harrison - b. Sept. 14, 1884, d. 1964, bur. Evergreen Memorial Gardens, Panama City, Bay County, FL

5073 James Helton Harrison - b. Jan. 11, 1893, bur. Evergreen Memorial Gardens, Panama City, Bay County, FL

5074 Mamie Christian Harrison - b. Aug. 8, 1897, d. Aug. 27, 1898, bur. Rocky Creek Methodist Church Cemetery, Ashford, Houston County, AL.

5076 JAMES HORACE COULLIETTE, BERTIE MAY HARRISON (5071)ELIZA WATFORD (5064), CALVIN WATFORD (2063h), NANCY MIXON (2063), SAMUEL MIXON 1705), JOHN MIXON IV (6), JOHN MIXON III (3), JOHN MIXON II (2), JOHN MIXON I (1)

James Horace Coulliette, son of Rev. J. T. Coulliette and his wife, Bertie May Harrison Coulliette (5071), was b. in Houston County, Alabama, Feb. 11, 1899. Dr. Coulliette m. (1), Aug. 1, 1927, Eve Girardi - b. July 4, 1906 in New York, N. Y. , d. Oct. 17, 1972, dau. of Giuseppi Girardi and his wife, Eugenia RaffoGirardi. Children:

5077 Margaret Joan Coulliette - b. April 20, 1928 in Jefferson County, Alabama, m. Aug. 23, 1955, Philip Alden Thompson - b. Sept. 16, 1929 at Knoxville, Tenn. , s. of David A. R. Thompson and wife, Elizabeth Miller Thompson. Children: (All b. at Knoxville, Tenn. ):

9073 Elsa Kathryn Thompson - b. Aug. 11, 1956

9074 Barbara Alden Thompson - b. June 2, 1958

9075 Peter Coulliette Thompson - b. May 2, 1961

9076 Christopher Philip Thompson - b. Aug. 11, 1962

Dr. Coulliette m. (2), Sept. 8, 1973, Edith Ray Ruff - b. Sept. 8, 1901, in Cobb County, GA, dau. of MayneDesgaix Ruff and his wife, Hattie Alma Ruff.

2064 ELIJAH MIXON, SAMUEL MIXON (705), JOHN MIXON IV (6), JOHN MIXON III (3), JOHN MIXON II (2), JOHN MIXON I (1)

Elijah Mixon, s. of Samuel Mixon and his wife, was b. in Darlington District, S.C., ca. 1787. He and family are in Sumter County, S.C. in the 1820 census, but not shown in the 1830 census. Evidently he d. before 1840 as his widow with some grown children and some not grown are listed there and later censuses. His wife was Gracieb. ca. 1795, whom he had m. about 1810. Children:

*2085 Canaan Mixon - b. 1812

2086 John Mixon - b. 1814, m. Penelope ____ - b. 1824. Children:

9077 Albert Mixon - b. 1842

9078 Eliza Mixon - b. 1844

9079 John Mixon - b. 1850 (Listed in 1850 census as 6 mos. 12 days old).

2087 Jane Mixon - b. 1815

2088 Martha Mixon - b. 1823

*2089 Anthony Westberry Mixon - b. Aug. 30, 1821

2090 Mary Mixon - b. 1820

*2091 Zimmerman Caswell Mixon - b. Mar. 29, 1826, d. Jul 13, 1847 in the Mexican War.. On Dec 21, 1835, Gracie Mixon bound out her son, Zimmerman Caswell Mixon to James H Brittain to learn agriculture.

The Sumter Banner (Sumter, South Carolina), Wednesday, April 12, 1848 - Page 3

In an article titled: DESCRIPTIVE ROLL  

Capt. F. Sumter’s Company, (A) Palmetto Regiment mustered into the services of the United States at Charleston, S. C. 15th December, 1846 to server during the war with Mexico.   Z. C. Mixon, died at Puebla, 13, July, 1847

The Sumter Banner (Sumter, South Carolina, Tuesday, May 31, 1853 - Page 3

In the article titled: Executive Chamber, May 14, 1853

Medals have been received at the Executive Department for the relatives of deceased members of the Palmetto Regiment, and will be delivered when called for.   By order of the Governer, B. T. Watts, Secretary.    

4. Zimmerman C. Mixon


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