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Capt. Jett Thomas Mitchell is buried at the corner of Youth Jersey Rd and Hwy 138 is SW corner behind the old Needham Home Place. Its about 100 yards directly in line with the house along the south direction of HWY138.
There are 20 Mitchell relatives buried there to include some by the name of Booth. Capt. Mitchells grave along with his wife, are raised with rock and a CSA provided marker is on top of the rock slab. Capt Mitchell was one of the forefathers of Walnut Grove Ga, owning 1000 acres and co owner of the local cotton ginnery. His father, Thomas Hardaway Mitchell is buried on HWY 11 , 2 miles north of Social Circle on the right. It is also a Mitchell cemetery holding 40 graves. Jedidah Perkins Mitchell is buried there beside Thomas Hardaway Mitchell. She is the widow of the Honorable William Thomas Mitchell, blacksmith of Monroe Ga that was killed on Shermans March to the Sea in Griswoldeville, Ga. He is buried at Rose Hill CSA Cemetary in Macon, Ga. He is my GGG Grandfather, and was born in 1822, dying on Jan 10, 1865 after 48 days in the hospital in Macon. He was 43 years old, left 8 kids., wife, farm, and blacksmith shop in Monroe that was continued on by my great grandfather , John Lumpkin Mitchell until his death in 1936.

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