Mixsonian

 THE MIXON-MIXSON FAMILY

3748 RICHARD M. CORNELIUS MIXON, WILLIAM WESLEY MIXSON (3743)

Richard M. Cornelius Mixon, planter - b. ca. 1842, d. ____. On Feb. 20, 1863 he m. Julia Ann Rowland, b. 1844, d. 1881. The 1870 census of Johnson County, GA in two different reports lists their children as follows.

Census:

1870 District 55, Johnson, GA, Dick Mixon-28, wife Julia-26, children: Nancy-6, Johanah-5

1870 District 56, Johnson, GA, Richard Mixon-30, wife Julian-25, children: Joanah-5, Isaac-3

1880 Ivys, Johnson, GA, age 35, children: Joanna-16

1900 Kite, Johnson, GA, age 57, at the home of his daughter and husband Since Tapley-38, Joanna-36

Children:

3875 Nancy Mixon - b. abt 1864

3876 Joanne Mixon - b. May 5, 1865, d. Nov 28, 1931, m. Cincinnatus Tapley, b. Jan 20, 1864, d. Apr 20, 1930.  Both bur. Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery, Treutlen County, GA.

3877 Isaac Mixon - b, abt 1867

Richard M.C. Mixon was a private in Company "F", 14th Regiment, Georgia Infantry and volunteered in Johnson County, GA, Jul 11, 1861. He was wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec 13, 1862, Absent without leave Feb 28, 1865, and paroled at Augusta, GA on May 2, 1865.  

 

Richard and Julia Ann Mixon are buried at Oakey Grove Primitive Baptist Cemetery in Johnson County, GA

 

3749 THOMAS TOBIAS MIXON, WILLIAM WESLEY MIXSON (3743)

Thomas Tobias "Tobe" Mixon - b. Feb. 18, 1843 in Screven County, GA, d. Oct. 22, 1922. On Oct. 14, 1863, he m. Martha Jane Mayo, b. May 23, 1844, d. Apr. 25, 1923, dau. of Wiley & Sarah Geesling Mayo.  Both bur. New Home Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Wrightsville, GA. 

Census:

1870 District 56, Johnson, GA, age 28, wife Martha-24, children: Augustus-4, George-2

1880 Ivys, Johnson, GA, age 37, wife Jane-36, children: Augustus-13, George-11, Nancy-7, Mary-5, Francis-3, M. B.2mo

1900 Ivey, Johnson, GA, age 57, wife Martha J-56, children: Richard T-17, Cornelius-13, Minie Lee-11

1910 Ivey, Johnson, GA, age 67, wife Martha-66 at the home of daughter Frances & John D Rowland

Their children:

*3878 William Augustus "Gus" Mixon - b. Jul. 2, 1866, d. Nov. 2, 1934

*3879 George W. Mixon - b. 1869, d. 1948

*3880 John Cornelius Mixon - b. Jun. 8, 1886, d. May 20, 1961

3881 Nancy Mixon - b. Jul 4, 1872, d. Jan 20, 1945

3882 Mary Elizabeth Mixon - b. Feb 4, 1875, d. Jul 31, 1963

3883 Frances "Fannie" Mixon - b. Sep 19, 1878, d. Jul 11, 1965, m. John D. Rowland, b. Sep 23, 1864, d. Mar 23, 1928.  Both bur. Gumlog Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Kite, Johnson County, GA.

Census: 1910 Ivey, Johnson, GA, age 44, wife Fannie-31, children: Wimp-6, Susie May-4 and father in law Thomas T Mixon-67, mother in law Martha-66

Children:

19588 John W. Rowland – b. abt 1904 19589 Susie Mae Rowland – b. abt 1906

3884 Richard Mixon - b. 1878. He moved to Jasper County, TX

19590 Minie Lee Mixon – b. May 20, 1889, d. Apr 1948

19591 Stella Mixon – b. 1890, d. Jul 31, 1963, m. Adam B Loyd

 

3878 WILLAM AUGUSTUS MIXON, THOMAS TOBIAS MIXON (3749), WILLIAM WESLEY MIXSON (3743)

Willam Augustus “Gus” Mixon s. of of Thomas Tobias "Tobe" Mixon & Martha Mayo Mixon, was b. Jul 2, 1866, d. Nov 2, 1934. He was a "Red Headed Preacher", m. Gena Garrett, b. Apr 5, 1872, d. Jun 4, 1925. Both bur. New Home Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Wrightsville, GA.

Census:

1900 Ivey, Johnson, GA, age 33, wife Gena May-28, childen: Mattie M-4

1910 Wrightsville, Johnson, GA, age 42, wife Gennie May-39, children: Mattie May-14, William Ashley-8, Eula-6, Eli B-3

1920 Wrightsville, Johnson, GA, age 53, wife Gena Mae-48, children: Eula-15, Ulie B-12, Watus L-7

Children:

19592 Mattie M Mixon – b. abt 1896

19593 William Ashley Mixon – b. abt 1902

19594 Eula Mixon – b. Jan 9, 1906, d. Dec 21, 1983, m. Rev Joseph Vina Claxton, b. Feb 1, 1911, d. Jan 8, 1960.  Both bur. New Home Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Wrightsville, GA.  Children:

19595 Bobby Joe Claxton - b. May 19, 1931, d. Jan 22, 1992, bur. New Home Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Wrightsville, GA, m.  Betty ____, b. Aug 13, 1936

19596 Ulie B Mixon – b. abt 1908

19597 Watus Lynell Mixon – b. Feb 20, 1912, d. Jul 7, 1981, m. Maude Cordry, b. Jun 5, 1913, d. Nov 14, 2001.  Both bur. New Home Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Wrightsville, GA. Children:

19598 Watus Eugene Mixon - b. Sep 24, 1938 d. Oct 31, 1938, bur. New Home Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Wrightsville, GA

 

3879 GEORGE W. MIXON, THOMAS TOBIAS MIXON (3749), WILLIAM WESLEY MIXSON (3743)  

George W. Mixon, s. of of Thomas Tobias "Tobe" Mixon & Martha Mayo Mixon, b. 1869, d. Apr 16, 1948, m. (1) 1892 to  Mary Emma Knight, b. Aug 7, 1876, d. Feb 24, 1911, dau. of Tone Kight and Mary Emma Price, New Home Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Wrightsville, GA, m.  (2) Oct 9, 1912 to Lilla Rachels, Jul 21, 1890, d. Mar 1, 1981.  Both bur. New Home Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Wrightsville, GA.

Census:

1900 Ivey, Johnson, GA, age 30, wife Mary E, children: Thomas W-7, William C-5, Dannie E-3, George G-11mo

1910 Militia District 50, Emanuel, GA, age 43, wife Mary-35, children: Thomas-17, Clayton-15, Donnie-12, Claude-8, Susie-4, Pearl-1

1920 Vidalia, Toombs, GA, age 50, wife Lilly-27, children: Claude-17, Susie Mae-13, Pearl-10, L K-7, Mary Lou-5, Linton-3, Les-2, Medford-6mo

1930 Uvalda, Montgomery, GA, age 60, wife Lilla-40, children: L K-17, Mary L-15, Lenton-13, Levi-12, Mashford-10, Roberta-8, Claddis-6, R C-4, Eveline-2

Children with Mary Knight:

19599 Thomas Mixon – b. abt 1893

19600 William Clayton Mixon – b. Feb 18, 1895, d. Jul 1, 1955, bur. South Thompson Baptist Church Cemetery, South Thompson, Toombs County, GA, m. Essie McSwain. 

Census: 1940 Moores Chapel, Johnson, GA, age 45, no wife listed, children: James R-22, George-20, Garland-18, Grace-15, Howard-10, Jim P-8, Burnese-3

Children:

19601 James Ray Mixon – b. Oct 14, 1918, d. Jan 8, 1984, m. Mandy Jane, b. Apr. 15, 1915, d. Jul 14, 1999. Both bur. South Thompson Baptist Church Cemetery, South Thompson, Toombs County, GA

19602 George Mixon – b. abt 1920

19603 Garland Mixon – b. abt 1922

19604 Grace Mixon – b. abt 1925

19605 Fred Howard Mixon – b. 1927, d. Nov 12, 1963

19606 Jim Paul Mixon - b. 1931, d. 1981, bur. South Thompson Baptist Church Cemetery, South Thompson, Toombs County, G

19607 Burnese Mixon – b. abt 1937

18114 George Garbett Mixon - b. Apr. 15, 1898, d. Apr. 10, 1904, bur. New Home Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Wrightsville, GA

Children with Lilly Rachels:

18105 L K Mixon -b. Dec. 7, 1912, d. Dec. 13, 1992, m. Ealnor W., b. Sep. 14, 1913, d. Apr. 15, 1987, both bur. Kite City Cemetery, Kite, GA.

Census: 1940 Cedar Crossing, Toombs, GA, age 27, wife Elner-26, children: Lillie Mae-4, Shirley Jene-7, Dortha Nell-2mo

18106 Mary L Mixon – b. Nov 13, 1914, d. Mar 17, 1936, bur Sharpe Cemetery, Cedar Crossing, Toombs County, GA, m. Dowd 

18107 George Lenton Mixon – b. Oct 23, 1916, d. Sep 30, 1986, m. Ruby Dell Lumley, b. Dec 7, 1921, d. Sep 3, 2000.  Both bur. West View Cemetery, Wrightsville, Johnson County, GA.  Children:

19613 Bobby Earl Mixon - b. Sep 16, 1941, d. Sep 9, 1979, bur. West View Cemetery, Wrightsville, Johnson County, GA

19614 George Lenton "G.L." Mixon, Jr - b. Aug 2, 1949, d. Dec 31, 2012, bur. West View Cemetery, Wrightsville, Johnson County, GA

18108 Levi Mixon – b. ca. 1918

18109 Medford Mixon – – b. 1919, d. 1991, bur. Glen Haven Memorial Garden, Macon, Bibb County, GA, m. Nellie Geneva Martin, b. Dec 23, 1919, d. Jun 18, 1996, bur. West View Cemetery, Wrightsville, Johnson County, GA.

Census: 1940, Wrightsville, Johnson, GA, age 20, wife Nellie-20

18110 Roberta Mixon – b. Apr 14, 1922, d. Jan 13, 2013, bur. New Home Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Wrightsville, GA, m. (1) Mack Mackinwitz, m. (2) Wallace Urbanski

18111 Thadus Mixon – b. ca. 1924

18112 Richard Cornelious Mixon – b. Dec 21, 1925, d. Mar 3, 2013, bur Woodlawn Memorial Park, Durham, Durham County, NC

18113 Evelyn Mixon – b. ca. 1928, m. ____ Bryant

19608 Donnie Mixon – b. abt 1898

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The Macon Daily Telegraph, March 15, 1909

 J. H. Claxton Dying; Shot by G. W. Mixon Well know Johnson County men fight over business Matters.  Kite GA: March 14 – J. H. Claxon, a well-to-do farmer here is dying today as a result of a pistol bullet wound inflicted late last night by George W. Mixon, also a farmer, and formerly his good friend.  The two men had been working a farm together and quarreled over the settlement of the proceeds.  Mixon disappeard after the shooting.  Claxton was shot thur the body.  Both men are highly connected.  

 

The Macon Daily Telegraph, September 25, 1909

6 Year Sentence imposed by court on George W. Mixon Slayer of Henry Claxon found guilty by jury after long deliveration. Motion for new trial set for December 15, 1909 Defendant bond fixed at $2,000 – joins his family near Kite  

 

Wrightsville Georgea – September 14     

 

    The jury which was out on the G. W. Mixon case for over 15 hours, rendered a verdict about noon today of voluntary manslaughter and Judge Rawlings sentences the prisoner to the Penitentiary for a term of 6 years.  Attorneys for the defendant immediately filed motion for a new trial, which has been set for December 15 at Sandersville before Judeg Rawlings.  Mixon’s bond was fixed at $2,000 which was soon made and he left tonight to spend the night with his family whose home is near Kite.    The case was in process of trail all day yesterday and was not given to the jury until about 11:00 last night.  Most of the morning was consumed in getting a jury, which was occasioned by the wide relationship of the Claxon’s and Mixon’s.  The case for the state was represented by attorney John R. Cooper, of Macon and Solicitor Alfred Harrington, of Swainsboro and Honorabel William Faircloth of this city and Judge J. K. Illness, of Alanta.   

     The witness for the defendant endeavored to prove that the killing of Claxon by Mixon was justifiable though the state’s witnesses testified to the killing as being uncalled for and one that could have easily prevented should mixon so desired.  

 

Story of the Crime

During the year of 1908, Mixon was engaged in farming on the plantation of Henry Claxon, which is located in Emanuel Count, a few miles from Kite in this county.  In the Spring of 1909, it is alleged, Mixon accoused Claxton of having stolen a bale of cotton from him, alleging that the 13 bales were made on the farm, while Claxton claimed that only 12 bales were made.   On Saturday, March 13, Claxton and Mixon were both in Kite and the difference was renewed about 7:00 in the evening.  It is alleged that after a few words having been passed by both of these men that Mixon still clamining that Claxton had done awaw with a bale of cotton, and for which he received nothing, Mixon withdrew his revolver and fired two shots into the body of Claxton.  The latter lived until the following Tuesday morning at 7:00, but before he died he made a statement that Mixon killed him with a sufficient provocation.  

 

Dublin Courier Dispatch, March 16, 1911  

 

Mr. George Mixon whow was convicted for killing Henry Claxton of Kite and was sentenanced for 6 years in the State Penitentiary, has been pardoned by Gov. Brown.  While confined in Toombs County chaingang, his wife died leaving 6 small children.  A petition was signed by the jurors who tried him and other citizens asking executive clemency. 

 

3880 JOHN CORNELIUS MIXON, THOMAS TOBIAS MIXON (3749), WILLIAM WESLEY MIXSON (3743)

 

John Cornelius “J.C.” Mixon, s. of Thomas Tobias "Tobe" Mixon & Martha Mayo Mixon, was b. Jun. 8, 1886, d. May 20, 1961, . He moved to Jasper County, TX About 1912 with Jim Crawford (a second cousin and the s. of George and Vasti Mixon Crawford). Dr. Curry of Vidalia went with them. m. Laura Beulah "Big Mama" Hicks, b. Dec. 17, 1889, d. Jul. 14, 1969, dau. of James Jackson Hicks (1856 - 1905) and Louisa Octavia Holland (1859 - 1935). Both bur. Little Hope Cemetery, Beech Grove, TX.

Census:

1920 Justice Precinct 2, Jasper, TX, age 34, wife Beulah-30, children: Florrie-1

1930 Precinct 2, Jasper, TX, age 43, wife Beulah-40, children: Florrie-11, Junita-10, Martie-8, Eris-7, Ouida-4, Arthur K-10mo

1940 Jasper, TX, age 54, wife Laura B-51, children: T M-18, Iris-17, Ouida-14, Kelly-10, Georgia N-9

Children

18282 Flarrie Mixon – b. Oct. 7, 1918, d. Sep. 2, 1997, m. Earl Milton Brack (1908 - 1977), both bur. Little Hope Cemetery, Beech Grove, TX. Children:

18289 Virginia Earle Brack -  b. Oct. 5, 1941, d. Aug. 27, 2001, bur. Little Hope Cemetery, Beech Grove, TX

18283 Juanita Mixon – b. Dec. 25, 1919, d. ____, m. Charles Mayo Baggett, b. Jan. 9, 1909, d. Oct. 23, 1954, both bur. Little Hope Cemetery, Beech Grove, TX. Children:

18290 Audrey Fay Baggett – b. Oct. 24, 1942, d. Apr. 24, 1944

18291 Arthur Ray Baggett – b. Aug, 13, 1948, d. Feb. 25, 1954

18284 Thomas Martel Mixon – b. Oct. 23, 1921, d. Feb. 23, 2011, m. Willie Elnora Busby, b. Nov 29, 1924, d. Aug. 30, 2005, both bur. Little Hope Cemetery, Beech Grove, TX.  Children: 11092 Thomas Martel “Sonny” Mixon, Jr. – b. Oct. 21, 1947, d. Sep. 20, 1999, bur. Little Hope Cemetery, Beech Grove, TX. Children:

19613 John K. “Bubba” Mixon – b.

19614 Pat Mixon – m. Breck Graves

19615 Susan Mixon – m. Steve Smith

18285 Ouida Mixon – b. Sep. 27, 1925, d. Aug. 30, 2009, m. Richard P "Dick" Hicks, Jan. 1, 1921, d. Jan. 31, 2010, both bur. Little Hope Cemetery, Beech Grove, TX  Children:

19615 Jimmy Hicks

18286 James Harvey Mixon – b. 1927, d. 1928, bur. Little Hope Cemetery, Beech Grove, TX, both , bur. Little Hope Cemetery, Beech Grove, TX

18287 Arthur Kelly Mixon - b. May 31, 1929, d.  ____, m. Barbara Ann Pinto, b. Feb. 5, 1940, d. Apr. 27, 2005, bur. Little Hope Cemetery, Beech Grove, TX.  Children:

19616 Mike Mixon – m. Karen Payullp 

18288 Georgia Nell Mixon – b. Oct. 8, 1930, d. Dec. 24, 1972, bur. Little Hope Cemetery, Beech Grove, TX  

 

About J.C. Mixon:  

J.C. Mixon was born & raised in Southern Georgia, and came from a loving family of Mixon's. Even as his age was creeping up on him, he still wanted to travel back to Georgia, to get to his family's reunion no matter the physical pain it caused him. He built his home near the community of BeechGrove, & lovingly raised his children outside of Jasper, Texas.  

 

Even as a 1st grader, I would sit in front of his fireplace on the brick hearth near him and try to dodge the popping embers, and he would smile a generous toothless smile at me while he read his "Luke Short" & "Louis L'Amor" paper-back cowboy novels by the light of the fire. It wasn't necessary for him to say much to me as I sat there, for his warm glances and a smile always seemed to be enough.  

 

You plowed and planted about 20 acres with your two mules until you finally got a small Ford tractor to take their place. Those mules were also used to do all of your logging. You named them "Pet & Neg" and called their names as you told them to 'Gee, or Haw & Whoa'. That's turn left or right & stop in people language.  

 

He always shared a small piece of his crops from the field with his neighbors up the road for helping him first plant the crops on about 20 acres, and later take the crops in, as they could not afford to spend what little money they had for buying such good foods. I remember you depended on them as much as they trusted you and further depended on you to give the foods they had to have over the coming winter each year. I remember that after you died, you were brought from the funeral home back to your house so all those neighbors could pay their last respects. The cemetery was just down the hill from your house.  

 

I was given a copy of your draft registration for Jasper County, the dates showed that you waited until World War I, was about over before you registered when you were in your early 30's, so you were not called to active duty possibly because you were too old and the war was about to be over. The birth of two of your children was within a year of the registration date, so you were not in trouble with the draft board.  

 

You passed away while sitting in your cow-hide bottom rocking chair on the front porch. The warmth of your company was always felt by all as you gave them a soft toothless chuckle. The positive legacy you left to me had great meaning & I'm glad to know that a part of your blood and your good character and ethics is a part of me today.  

 

My memory allows me to recall that the first thing you did after getting up in the morning was to 'put your hat on' and the last thing in the evening before bed was to 'take your hat off'. No one ever saw you without it. Even as each day passes for me and I get older, I find I still miss you. You were truely an honorable man.  

 

The children of your daughter Juanita, were the only ones of your grandchildren who knew you & addressed you as "J.J." Mabey it was just easier to say for us kids, instead of "J.C." as all of those that came and went from home called you. It's likely that it was easier to say, and it was more personal to us... after all, we lived a short distance away and across the corn field from you. I remember imposeing on you as a boy under age seven, many days just to be in your presence.

 

3751 JAMES KNOX POLK MIXON, WILLIAM WESLEY MIXSON (3743)

James Knox Polk Mixon was b. Sept. 21, 1846, probably in Screven County, GAd. Aug. 11, 1926 at Naylor's Church in Johnson County. He m. Susan Matilda Bryant - b. Jan. 29, 1850, d. Dec. 21, 1924.  Both bur. Nails Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Bartow, GA.

Census:

1880 District 85, Jefferson, GA, age 33, wife Susan-29, children: William-12, Sarah-8, Wade-3

1900 Pardella, Johnson, GA, age 53, wife Susan M-5, children: Mary B-20, John P-15, Susan-10, Wade H-22

1910 Powell, Johnson, GA, age 63, wife Susan M-60, children: Wade H-30, John P-23, Susan L-18

1920 Powell, Johnson, GA, age 73, wife Susan—70, children: John P-34, dau. in law Pearl-20

Their children:

*3885 William Tolliver Mixon - b. ca. 1874

18011 James A. Mixon - b. Jul. 31, 1875, d. May 11, 1876, bur. Nails Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Bartow, GA.

*3886 Sarah Elizabeth Mixon - b. Jun. 13, 1872, d. Jun. 7, 1959

*3887 Wade Hampton Mixon - b. Sep. 27, 1877, d. Jan. 29, 1963

*3888 Mary Belle Mixon -b. May 21, 1880, d. Jul 3, 1968

18012 Daniel Thaddus Mixon - b. Oct. 29, 1882, d. Sep. 16, 1883, bur. Nails Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Bartow, GA

3889 John Pollock Mixon - b. July 29, 1884, d. Mar. 1, 1936. He m. Pearl Pollett, b. Apr. 21, 1901, d. Nov. 9, 1991, Both bur. Nails Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Bartow, GA.  Children:

3890 Bernard Ivan Mixon - b. June 19, 1921. He is married and lives at Plymouth, N.C.

3891 John Carl Mixon - b. July 6, 1924. He lives at Millegeville, GA

19617 Susie Laura Mixon – b. Jul 3, 1889, d. Aug 20, 1970, Plymouth, Washington County, GA

 

3885 WILLIAM TOLLIVER MIXON, JAMES KNOX POLK MIXON (3751), WILLIAM WESLEY MIXSON (3743)

William Tolliver Mixon, son of James Knox Polk and Susan Matilda Bryant Mixon, was b. in Johnson County, GA., Jan. 8, 1869, died May 29, 1936. He married Odelia Powell - b. July 2, 1875, died Nov. 10, 1945. Both bur. Powells Chapel Church, Johnson County, GA.

Census:

1900 Pardella, Johnson, GA, age 31, wife Odelia-24, children: George T-2

1910 Powell, Johnson, GA, age 40, wife Odelia-34, children: Nettie-14, George-12, Charlie-8, Gladise-9, James-6, Drudell-4, Mamie Lou-2, Loran Z J-1mo

1920 Powell, Johnson, GA, age 51, wife Odelia-45, children: Nettie-21, Charlie-17, Jim-15, Dru Dell-14, Mamie Lou-11, Ransey-9, Evelyn-6

1930 Ivy, Johnson, GA, age 61, wife Odelia M-54, children: Charlie E-27, James K-25, Loranza D-19, Mamie L-21, Eveylyn S-16

1940 Smiths Station, Lee, AL, widow Odeli-64, children: J K-34

Children:

4009 Nettie Irene Mixon - b. Apr 23, 1896, d. Jul 10, 1966, m. Willie Norman Kindon, b. Jul 12, 1893, d. Aug 27, 1977.  Both bur. Powells Chapel Church, Johnson County, GA. Children:

19617 Emery N. Kindon, b. Mar 6, 1930, d. May 6, 2011, bur. Magnolia Park Cemetery and Mausoleum, Warner Robins, Houston County, GA

4010 George P. T. Mixon - b. Dec. 26, 1897, d. Oct. 31, 1915 at age 18, bur. Powells Chapel Church, Johnson County, GA.

4011 Gladys Persilla Mixon - Mixon - b. Jul 29, 1900, d. Nov 1, 1985, she m. (1) Matthew Powell, m. (2) Cyrus Orr, b. Apr 19, 1902, d. Nov 19, 1987. Gladys and Cyrus are bur. Gumlog Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Kite, Johnson County, GA.

4012 William Charlie Mixon, retired farmer - b. Mar. 26, 1902 in Johnson County, GA, d. Jan 5, 1974, married Sarah Mae Smith, b. Jul. 4, 1909, at Wrightsville, GA, d. Apr. 28, 1983, dau. of Lee Franklin and Mattie Virginia Tanner Smith. Both bur. Powells Chapel Church, Johnson County, GA. 

Census: 1940 Wrightsville, Johnson, GA, age 38, wife Sarah Mae-40, children: W C-7, W T-5

Children:

10744 William Charlie Mixon, Jr. - b. Feb. 14, 1933 at Wrightsville, GA, d. Jun 20, 1958, bur. Powells Chapel Church, Johnson County, GA.

10745 Willie T. Mixon - b. Aug. 13, 1936 at Wrightsville, Ga., married Peggie Page, April 15, 1960

10746 Saralyn Mixon - b. Nov. 15, 1949 at Wrightsville, GA, d. Jan. 24, 2012, married William James Barrentine, Dec. 28, 1968, b. Jul. 7, 1924 d. Jul. 4, 1996.  Both bur. Powells Chapel Church, Johnson County, GA.  Children:

10747 Troy Randolph Barrentine - b. Sept. 14, 1969

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