Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Mitchell families who came mainly from Scotland, Ireland and England. Some focus is on (but not limited to) John Mitchell, who was born ca.1708, and died in 1767, at Drumore Township, in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. His wife was Mary Argiff. Their son, George inherited his father's plantation "Plainfield," established in 1738 at Fawn Township (now Peach Bottom Township) in York County, Pennsylvania. Some families also migrated to Illinois, Indiana, North Carolina, and to Scotch Ridge, in Belmont County, Ohio (now Weber Township), Wood County, Ohio). Later descendants also lived in Alabama, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Southh Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and elsewhere in the United States.
The Aby family of Peoria County, Illinois : the Eaby family of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : progeny of Theodorus Eby (1663-1732), the Swiss Mennonite pioneer of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States of America
America the beautiful : a family history : the London, Phillips, Scott, and Mitchell families and their related connections in colonial America (1600s-1700s) : with lines in England to Alfred the Great (846 A.D.) and William the Conqueror (1027 A.D.) and in France to King Hugh Capet (938 A.D.)