Richard Mixon (b. between 1569 -1607, d. 1682)
Born and died in London, England.
m. Elizabeth------ (b. between 1571 - 1610, d. between 1604 -1694)
Born and died in London, England
Children: John Mixon I (b. 1610, d. 1655)
John Mixon I (b. 1610, d. 1655)
Born in Kent, England, resided Walton on the Thames, Surrey, England and died in Gloucester County, Virginia. He arrived in Jamestown, Virginia from England in 1650 aboard the ship "Orange" with a group of English immigrants led by Capt. Moore Fauntleroy. They settled on the north side of the Rappahannock River.
m. Ellen----- (b. after 1620, m. 1630-1673, d. before 1700)
Born in London, England and died in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia.
Children: John Mixon II (b. 1655, m. 1673, d. 12-20-1710) - m. Grace ----- (b. 1660, d. 1715)
William Mixon (b. 1633-1664, d. 1646-1747)
John Mixon II (b. 1655, m. 1673, d. 12-20-1710)
Born and died in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester County, VA; in abstracts from Land Patent Box #7, (Richmond), p. 64, September 29, 1680, John Mixon's land is described as joining the land of Major Lewis Burwell in the Carter Creek area of Gloucester County, VA; members of the Abingdon Church in Gloucester. John Mixon bought lot # 11 in the newly formed Gloucestertowne, located at the mouth of the York River. At the time John Leslie Mixon printed his books on the Mixon families, it was thought that this town was planned on paper in 1707 but never built. In 1980 when the College of William & Mary excavated for their Virginia Institute of Marine Science, the foundation of this Gloucestowne was uncovered. More research by reporters found pictures of the early buildings. It was situated at the mouth of the York River on Tindall’s Point, directly north of Yorktown (across the river). It was still occupied as late as 1781 for a French military map was found showing the fortified part of town. No records of why or when it was abandoned have been found.
m. Grace Phillips (b. c1660, d. c1715)
Children: John Mixon III (b. 2-14-1680, d. 2-27-1734) - m. Prudence Lide (b. 3-18-1683)
William Mixon (b. 10-11-1683, d. 1739) - m. Joyce Cleaves Phillips
Matthew Mixon (b. 11-30-1685)
Mary Mixon (b. 7-10-1687)
Jane Mixon (b. 10-1-1693)
John Mixon III (b. 2-14-1680, m. 1701, d. 2-27-1734)
Born in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester County, VA and died in Onslow County, NC. Resided in Gloucester County, VA until about 1713; they moved south to Chowan County, NC. Between 1715 and 1718, he received land grants for 710 acres on the Alligator River, Pasqustank Precinct, Chowan County, and in 1722 another grant for 195 acres in the same area. After the debts of his estate were settled in 1734, there was a balance of £52 to be shared among the six children. William and Robert Mixon were among those who purchased items at the estate sale on May 1, 1734. An inventory of the estate included fourteen head of cattle, household goods, one boat and sails, two canoes and sails, one lot of fishing tackle, Coopers tools, and several pieces of shop tools (which would indicate his vocation), 107 lbs. pickled meat, one barrel corn, one bushel salt, 600 boardnails, and more.
m. Prudence Lide (b. 3-18-1683, d. 6-9-1738)
Daughter of Cornelius Lide; Born in Gloucester County, Virginia, and died in Hyde County, North Carolina
Children: Samuel Mixon (b. 1699)
Sabrath Mixon (b. 1701, d. 1724)
George Mixon (b. 1702, d. 1779) - m. Elizabeth Mixson
William Mixon (b. 10-11-1705, m. 1734, d. 1-13-1783) - m. Frances Bryan
John Mixon IV (b. 1719, d. 3-1796) - m. 1) Mary ____ 2) Elizabeth Joyce ____
m. Joyce Cleve Phillips (m. 6-1-1729 in Hyde County, NC)
William Mixon (b. 10-11-1705, m. 1734, d. 1-13-1783)
Born in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester County, VA and resided for a time in Hyde County, NC; about 1769, William and his family moved to Kershaw County, SC. His will, written in 1778, named his wife, Frances, three sons and four daughters; he died in New Bern, Craven County, NC.
m. Frances Bryan (b. 1715, d. 1800)
Frances was born in North Carolina and died in Orangeburg, Orangeburg County, South Carolina.
Children: Prudence Mixon
John Mixon (b. 1719, d. 1796)
Sabra Mixon (b. about 1721)
John Mixon (b. 1719, d. 1796)
Born in SC and received a land grant of 150 acres in Craven County on September 9, 1748, recorded in the SC Council Journal, Vol. 15, p. 53. John served in the Cherokee War under Col. George Gabriel Powell in 1759-60. He received a grant of another 150 acres in Craven County on May 14, 1771. He died in Darlington County, SC in 1796, leaving no will.
m. Mary ______
Children: Micah Mixon - m. Lydia Williamson
Jesse Mixon (b. 1744, d. 1832) - m. Mary -----
Jesse Mixon (b. 1744, d. 1832)
Born in Darlington District, SC and died in Yazoo County, Mississippi; he was a soldier in the Revolutionary War in SC, serving in Captain Robert Lide's Company of Volunteers, which was organized on October 5, 1775; he received a small land grant in 1785 in Beaufort District, SC, located on Matthews Bluff, near the Savannah River. He moved to Effingham County, GA before 1790 and later to Bulloch County, GA. He was a planter and stock raiser, making a specialty of raising and training race horses.
m. Mary ----- (died before 1788)
Children: Redden Mixon (b. 1770, d. 1809) - m. Amelia -----
Elijah Mixon (b. 1774)
William Mixon (b. 1776)
Vincent Mixon (b. 1778)
Jesse Mixon, Jr. (b. 1780) - m. 1) Sarah Fletcher, 2) Sarah Bowen
m. Elizabeth Harrison in 1788
Children: Cornelius Lofton Mixon (b. 1790, d. 1846) - m. Sarah Kirkland
John Jehu Mixon (b. 1792, d. 10-3-1855) - m. Rebecca Slade
Rachel Mixon Applewhite (b. 1794) - m. Thomas Applewhite
Mary Mixon Miles (b. 1796) - m. Samuel Miles
Redden Mixon (b. 1770, d. 1809)
Lived in Liberty County, GA where he is buried.
m. Amelia ----- (d. 1850)
buried in Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Pierce County, GA.
Children: Mary Mixon – m. Banner Thomas
Elizabeth Mixon (b. 1795, m. 6-18-1810) - m. Lewis Thomas
Amelia Mixon (1800-1884) - m. George W. Davis (1800-1857)
Elizabeth Mixon (b. 1795, m. 6-18-1810)
Born in SC and died in Ware County, GA. She
married in Liberty County, GA. She is buried at Shiloh Primitive Baptist
Church Cemetery in Pierce County, GA
m. Lewis Thomas (b. 1789, m. 1810, d. 1860)
buried at Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church cemetery in Pierce County, GA.
Children: Redding Thomas (b. 1810) - m. Susannah Cason
James Ransom Thomas (b. 3-25-1811, d. 7-6-1884) - m. Martha Leggett
Marantha Thomas Chancey (b. 1822, d. 1890) - m. William Chancey
Martha Thomas Cason (b. 1822, d. 1862) - m. David E. Cason
Sarah Thomas Dyal (b. 1825) - m. Thomas Dyal
Absalom Thomas (b. 1827, d. 1885) - m. Elizabeth Walker
Lewis Thomas, Jr. (b. 10-8-1830, d. 8-28-1893) - m. Prussia Ann (Prucie) Eason
Banner Thomas (b. 1-10-1833, d. 9-15-1885) - m. Mary Walker
Elizabeth Thomas Nettles (b. 1835) - m. Martin Nettles, Jr.
Martha Thomas (b. 1822, d. 1862)
daughter of Lewis Thomas and Elizabeth Mixon; Martha was born in McIntosh County, GA.
m. David E. Cason (b. 1813, d. 1864)
born in Tattnall County, Georgia, he grew up in Appling County, GA; served as a Pvt. under Capt. James Walker, Ware Co. Militia (Indian War) 6/9/1838 to 8/19/1838 and under Capt. William Cone, Camden Co. 9/10/1838 to 9/18/1838. Also served under Capt. James A. Sweat 8/19/1840 to 11/15/1840. He bought land in Ware County from Silas Hilliard for $150 on 3-29-1841. This was located in Lot 156, 8th District. He sold the land to his brother, Hillery, for $150 on 4-20-1847. The 1850 Census lists David as a farmer living in Militia District 583, Appling County, GA. His farm was valued at $300. The 1860 Census lists David living in Pierce County as a farmer and BPM. The value of his farm is $50 and his personal property is $125. There was a Salt Issue in 1864. On September 26, 1864 Governor Brown supplied families of soldiers with a salt ration. On that list were the orphans of David Cason. Martha’s name was not under the list of wives of soldiers now in service nor under the list of names of widows of deceased soldiers.
Children: Frederick L. Cason (b. 1842)
David J. Cason (b. 1843, d. 1926) - m. 1) Mary F., 2) Ardelia Davis (m. 4-3-1880)
Winfield (Winnie) Cason Carter (b. 1845) - m. --------Carter
Shadrack Cason (b. 4-22-1850, d. 7-23-1922) - m. Mary Elizabeth Westberry
buried in Enon Cemetery, Pierce County, GA
Mary Cason Hurst (b. 1853) - m. John F. Hurst
Martha Cason Carter (b. 1855) - m. John Carter
Prush Ann Cason Douberly (b. 3-30-1856, m. 9-12-1878, d. 8-14-1927) - m. John S. Douberly (b. 1-23-1860, d. 12-31-1937)
Lydia Ann Cason Davis (b. 1858, m. 10-4-1883) - m. Emmett Davis
Jesse C. Cason (b. 12-2-1861, d. 6-16-1931) - m. Flewella Johnson (b. 7-27-1873, d. 12-16-1912)
Sarah Rebecca Cason Gill (b. 7-19-1862, m. 11-11-1887, d. 12-3-1909) - m. William Thomas Gill, Jr.
Cason Gill (b. 7-19-1862, m. 11-11-1887, d. 12-3-1909)
born in Pierce County, GA, in 1862; in the 1870 and 1880 census of Pierce County, she is living in the household of her aunt and uncle, William and Marantha Chancey, along with her sister, Martha; buried in Mill Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Pierce County, GA where her church membership was recorded; her epitaph reads: "She welcomed death as the fruition of her eternal hopes."
m. William Thomas Gill, Jr. (b. 1-13-1864, m. 11-11-1887, d. 9-3-1946)
born in Ludowici, GA; buried in New Home Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Pierce County, GA, where his church membership was recorded. In the 1910 Census for Pierce County, GA, William is age 46 and widowed. He is a farmer and can read and write. His Mother Sarah S. Gill lives with him. In the 1920 Census of Pierce County, GA, he is married to Serena Johns and is living in Walkersville in Militia District 1609. In the 1930 Census of Pierce County, GA, he is living on Blackshear Steel Bridge Road.
Children: Martha Jane Gill Crosby (b. 1888, d. 6-2-1984) - m. Barney W. Crosby
Lula Safronia Gill Manning (b. 4-17-1891, m. 4-26-1908, d. 1-28-1956)
m. George W. Manning
Mary Ellen Gill Lee (b. 5-9-1892, m. 2-5-1911, d. 11-13-1982) - m. Frank Albritton Lee (b. 2-14-1886, d. 1-5-1964)
Susie E. Gill Lee (b. 11-9-1894, m. 4-23-1911, d. 1-24-1930) - m. Burie Gard Lee
Daniel Robert Gill (b. 3-10-1897, m. 12-2-1915, d. 3-3-1951)
m. 1) Delia Courson (b. 1896, d. 1919) 2) Ethel Elma Little
William T. "Willie" Gill (b. 2-9-1899, d. 10-21-1960) - m. Marie Clark
Sarah Belle Gill Manning (b. 1901, d. 1923) - m. Virgil Manning (b. 1895, d. 1941)
Lizzie M. Gill Chancey (b. 1903, d. 1986) - m. Vann Chancey
Ida Mae Gill (b. 6-29-1907, d. 7-3-1907)
Pearl Lavada Gill Brauda Strickland Dubose (b. 1909, d. 8-22-00)
m. 1) Henry Brauda 2) Elzie Nathaniel Strickland (b. 1899, d. 1972)
3) Irvin Dubose
Gill Lee (b. 5-9-1892, m. 2-5-1911, d. 11-13-1982)
Mary Ellen was born in Pierce County, GA, and raised on a farm. Her mother died before she was grown, and being the oldest girl, she dropped out of school to help raise her younger sibling Pearl. However, she had received enough education to teach school in Pierce County before she married. She died in the hospital in Eastman, Georgia, and is buried in New Hope Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery near Hickox, GA.
m. Frank Albritton Lee (b. 2-14-1886, d. 1-5-1964)
He was born in Charlton County, Georgia, on a farm. He was taught to read and write. Musically inclined, he taught music to local young people and also taught Mennonites to “walk off hymn music.” He died at home in Fernandina Beach, FL, and is buried in New Hope Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery near Hickox, GA.
Children: Ephriam Osborne Lee (b. 12-14-1912, d. 2-3-1974) - m. Annie Mae Johns
Thomas Eli Lee (b. 6-7-1915, d. 7-24-94) m. Louise Henderson
Nola Vergalene Lee Drawdy (b. 9-27-1917, m. 10-31-1934, d. 10-2-2007)
m. 1) Burris Daniel Drawdy, 2) John Earl Lee
Flora Alene Lee Barber (b. 7-17-1921, d. 5-17-2004) - m. Only James Barber
Barnwell Franklin Lee (b. 11-9-1924, d. 1-31-1983) - m. Rose Hiller
Delia Geneva Lee Wynn Williamson (b. 9-9-1928, d. 3-1-1982)
m. 1) Archie P. Wynn, 2) James Williamson
Margaret Ellen Lee Dixon (b. 7-6-1935, d. 12-30-2016)
m. 1) Sam Ray, 2) Jay E. Dixon
Nola Vergalene Lee Drawdy (b.
9-27-1917, m. 10-31-1934, d. 10-2-2007)
born in Pierce County, GA; buried in Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Pierce County, GA.
m. Burris Daniel Drawdy (b. 12-17-1910, d. 8-2-1985)
born in Wayne County, GA, buried in Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Pierce County, GA.
Children: Virginia Alene Drawdy Robinson (b. 11-3-1935, d. 1-22-2018) - m. Richard Robinson
Henry Edward Drawdy (b. 12-5-1937, d. 11-29-2013) - m. Lois Marie Everett
Joan Drawdy Davis (b. 5-20-1940) - m. 1) Julius C. Davis, 2) James Lee
Nola Mae Drawdy Carter (b. 4-29-1943) - m. Warren Roger Carter
James Daniel Drawdy (b. 9-28-1946) - m. Gloria Bowen
Jo Allen Drawdy (b. 6-28-1948, d. 1-9-1949)
Ellie Jane Drawdy Loudermilk (b. 9-9-1949, m. 6-22-1968) - m. William A. Loudermilk
Linda Drawdy Griffis Hayden (b. 11-1-1951)
m. 1) Melvin Griffis, 2) Lee Hayden
Glenda Drawdy Lee (b. 11-1-1951) - m. Larry Lee
Ronald Austin Drawdy (b. 6-4-1955, d. 6-10-2000)
m. 1) Mary Ann Griner, 2) Beverly Ennis
Joseph Franklin Drawdy (b. 2-23-1961) - m. 1) Dara Mathis, 2) Karen Anderson
Ellie Jane Drawdy Loudermilk (b. 9-9-1949, m. 6-22-1968)
born in Ware County, GA
m. William Alex Loudermilk (b. 2-27-1949)
born in Birmingham, AL
Children: Jason Wayne Loudermilk (b. 1975, m. 6-12-2004) - m. Margaret Courtney McCammon
Sherri Lynn Loudermilk Underwood (b. 1978, m. 6-8-2002) - m. Chris Underwood
John David Loudermilk (b. 1985, m. 10-25-2008) – m. Sarah Beth Williams
Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia,
VIII, p. 229
E. L. Darling and Son Funeral Home Records, Blackshear, Georgia
Interviews with family members
The Thomas Story by Aaron Thomas
History of Pierce County, Georgia, Vol. 1, by Dean Broome.
Lives and Legends by Jane Priester Hawkins, 1991, pp. 171-173.
Mill Creek Primitive Baptist Church, New Home Primitive Baptist Church, and Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church Cemeteries
Census Records (if available) and maps for Charlton, Pierce, Appling, Brantley and Ware Counties
Descendents of Andrew Jackson Spivey and Nancy Jane Thrower, by Danny Spivey, 2015.