Nathaniel died. Nathaniel was born at Mitchells Garden, Cambridge, Dorchester County, Maryland. He married Elizabeth Tabb
on 23 January 1823.
John Leland Tabb Mitchell
M, b. 23 November 1823, d. 11 December 1879
John was born on 23 November 1823. He married Susan Caroline Swift
at Placer County, California, in 1854. John died on 11 December 1879 at age 56.
Charles Henry Mitchell
M, b. 18 August 1827
Charles died. Charles was born on 18 August 1827.
Edward Lee Mitchell
Edward died. Edward was born.
Virginia Lelia Mitchell
F, b. 20 October 1831, d. 27 May 1888
Col. Charles Benjamin Stephenson
He married Virginia Lelia Mitchell
. Col.'s occupation: Colonel, Confederate States Army.. Col. was born at Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, Virginia. Col. died.
Elizabeth Ruth Mitchell
F, b. 26 July 1834, d. 11 August 1885
Elizabeth was born on 26 July 1834. She married Judge Oliver H. P. Shiras
at Clark County, Ohio, on 26 February 1857. Elizabeth died on 11 August 1885 at age 51.
Judge Oliver H. P. Shiras
Ellen Jane Mitchell
F, b. 17 March 1839
Ellen died. Ellen was born on 17 March 1839.
William Kempe Mitchell
M, b. 29 October 1836, d. 24 April 1881
He married Mary Harris
. William was born on 29 October 1836. William died on 24 April 1881 at age 44.
Anna Harriet Mitchell
F, b. 15 December 1841, d. 16 March 1900
Frederick Albert Doolittle
M, b. June 1827, d. 22 July 1901
He married Anna Harriet Mitchell
. Frederick was born in June 1827. Frederick died on 22 July 1901 at age 74.
James Lee Mitchell
James died. James was born.
F, b. circa 1864
Catherine died. Catherine was born circa 1864.
Edwin Tabb Mitchell
M, b. circa 1870, d. 21 March 1953
Edwin was born circa 1870. Edwin died on 21 March 1953.
William Kempe Mitchell , Jr.
M, b. circa 1868
William died. William was born circa 1868.
F, b. 18 January 1873, d. 30 July 1951
Virginia was born on 18 January 1873. Virginia died on 30 July 1951 at age 78.
F, b. circa 1876
Alice died. She married Lewis Dorsey
. Alice was born circa 1876.
Oliver S. Doolittle
M, b. 18 December 1864, d. 13 February 1936
Oliver was born on 18 December 1864. Oliver died on 13 February 1936 at age 71.
Carl E. Doolittle
M, b. 9 April 1882, d. April 1956
Carl was born on 9 April 1882. Carl died in April 1956.
Elizabeth Mitchell Doolittle
F, b. May 1863
Elizabeth died. Elizabeth was born in May 1863.
Frances T. Doolittle
F, b. 24 October 1868, d. 25 December 1908
Frances was born on 24 October 1868. Frances died on 25 December 1908 at age 40.
Amanda Malvina Keaton
F, b. 15 April 1817, d. 11 February 1886
She married George Elliott
. Amanda Malvina Keaton
married John Tabb
, son of William Tabb
and Frances Y. Gray
. Amanda was born on 15 April 1817. Amanda died on 11 February 1886 at age 68. Her body was interred after 11 February 1886 at Hampton, Virginia, at St. John's Episcopal Church.
Col. Thomas Tabb
M, b. 7 October 1835, d. 16 October 1902
Col. Thomas Tabb
Col.'s occupation: Lawyer.. Thomas Tabb graduated from Princeton University with high honors having attained the unusual scholorship average of ninety-seven and one-half per cent. He early elected the law as his profession, his first work as a practitioner interrupted by his service in the War Between the States. In the army of the Confederacy he rose to the rank of colonel, holding, among other important trusts, a place on the staff of General Kemper, who was afterwards governor of Virginia. His patrotism was fired by the purest devotion and was founded on the purest sense of right, and to the Confederate cause he gave the best within his power during the four years of conflict.
At the close of the war he entered with full vigor upon professional labors, and from that time until his death went rapidly from attainment to attainment, from success to success, until he occupied a position in the legal profession of Virginia above which there was none. His practice extended to all states and Federal courts within his district, and his legal victories were many and important. He was a lawyer of power and brilliance, a matchless mind forming effective legal weapons that were launched in an easily materful delivery. In his arguments and pleas he could employ the keenest satire, the most scathing sarcasm, and in the same moment stir the emotions of his auditors with an impassioned appeal for justice. It was written of him shortly after his death that "he entered no courtroom that he did not illumine with his splendid attainments as a lawyer, and he engaged no society that he did not adorn with the courtliness of his person."
Colonel Tabb was a trustee of the Baptist church, and took part in the work of that denomination throughout Virginia. For twenty-five years he served his church as superintendent of the Sunday school, and in this important branch of church work was as efficient and faithful as in his discharge of secular duties. Col. was born at Hampton, Virginia, on 7 October 1835.1
Col. graduated at Princeton University in 1856. He married Virginia Jones
on 31 January 1867. Col. died on 16 October 1902 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at age 67.1
His body was interred after 16 October 1902 at Hampton, Virginia, at St. John's Episcopal Church.1