Person:Milly Jackson (1)

Milly Elmira Jackson
m. ABT 1847
  1. Elizabeth Jane Jackson1848 - 1909
  2. Sarah Delia Jackson1849 - 1916
  3. Mahala M. L. Jackson1852 - 1925
  4. Milly Elmira Jackson1854 - 1935
  5. Benjamin Franklin Jacksonabt 1858 -
  6. Cina Isabell Jacksonabt 1861 -
  7. Eliza E. Jackson1864 - 1939
  8. Drucilla Jackson1869 - 1888
m. abt 1872
  1. James McDonaldabt 1872 - bef 1935
  2. Henry McDonald1876 - 1957
m. 7 Apr 1881
  1. Laura Mixon1882 - 1946
  2. Tina Mixon1884 - 1956
  3. Minnie Mae Mixon1887 - 1957
  4. Meda Ellen Mixon1889 - 1984
  5. Noah A. Mixon1894 - 1941
Facts and Events
Name Milly Elmira Jackson
Gender Female
Birth[1][2][3] 27 Dec 1854 Pike, Arkansas, United States
Marriage abt 1872 probably Montague Co., Texas, United Statesto Joseph McDonald
Marriage 7 Apr 1881 Montague Co., Texas, United Statesto Early Charles Mixon
Death[2][3][10] 12 Mar 1935 Lockney, Floyd, Texas, United States
Burial[3] Lockney Cemetery, Lockney, Floyd, Texas, United States

Now this is the widow's application:
U.S., Confederate Pensions, 1884-1958 at
Name: Early C Mixon
Application Date: 23 Oct 1930
Application Place: Briscoe
Spouse: Mrs M E Mixon
Marriage Date: 7 Apr 1881
Marriage Place: Montague, Texas
Death Date: 9 Apr 1917
Death Place: Floyd, Texas
Pension File Number: 47960
Application Type: Widow

  1. 47960 Dead 3-20-35

Mrs. M. E. Mixon of Briscoe County (Post Office: Silveston, Texas) She testifies that she is the widow of Early C. Mixon who departed this life on the 9 April 1917 in Floyd County, Texas; she has not remarried. She was married to him 7 April 1881 in Montague Co., Texas. She was born 27 Dec 1854 and has lived in Texas since Dec 1858. She has lived at her present address for one year, currently Silverton, Texas. She says at the time of his enlistment, Early Charles Mixon lived at Sunset, Montague Co., TX, and that he served from 1861 to the close of war in 1865 in Co C, 19th Texas Cavalry, Gano's Brigade, C.S.A. She signed her name M. E. Mixon on the 23 Oct 1930. in Briscoe Co., TX

On this above Civil War pension application of E. C.'s wife, M. E. Mixon, she says he died 9 Apr 1917. I have found the memorial to him (with picture!) at F-A-G Lockney Cem. The photo of the gravemarker shows d/o/d as 9 Apr 1918. So I'll assume the gravestone inscription has the correct year 1918, and that her memory of when he died was off a year.

Even though she was living in 1930 in Briscoe County, she is recorded on the Texas Death Index as having died in Floyd County.

1860 Census Twp n/s, Johnson Co., Texas Post Office: Comanche Peak, Texas Jas. P. Jackson 40 M farmer GA Elizabeth Jackson 30 F housewife TN Andrew Jackson 15 M ARK Elizabeth Jackson 11 F ARK Sarah Jackson 9 F ARK Mahala Jackson 7 F ARK Milly Jackson 5 F ARK Franklin Jackson 2 M ARK

1870 Census Precinct 1, Montague Co., Texas Jackson, James B. 52 M W Farmer GA Jackson, Elizabeth 42 F W housekeeper TN Jackson, Mahala 18 F W ARK Jackson, Miley 16 F W ARK Jackson, Jackson B. 12 M W ARK

1880 Census Precinct 3, Montague Co., Texas McDonald, Mary M F 24 Wd AR GA KY (Millie) McDonald, James W M 8 son S TX MO AR McDonald, Henry W M 5 son S TX MO AR 'Mary' and sons are next hh to Cash and Mazie McDonald who were her father-in-law and his second wife. This 'Mary' is thought to be Millie E. Jackson. Helen Thompson Strange points us to the gravestone inscription for Joseph McDonald which says:
"Joseph McDonald
1853 - 1876
Husband of Millie Jackson McDonald"
and Millie's obituary which mentions son Henry. And then Henry's 1957 death record names his parents as Joe McDonald and Millie Jackson. (Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 at

Twenty years later, we find Millie with her second family: 1900 Census District 90, Justice Precinct 2, Haskell Co., Texas Mixon, E. C. Head W M May 1845 55 M19yrs MS MS MS (Early Charles) Mixon, M. E. wife W F Dec 1854 45 M19yrs 8ch/7 lvg AR AR AR (Millie) Mixon, Laura dau W F Jan 1882 18 S TX MS AR Mixon, Tinie dau W F Oct 1884 15 S TX MS AR Mixon, Minnie dau W F July 1887 13 S TX MS AR Mixon, Noah son W M Aug 1894 5 S TX MS AR

1910 Census Dist 0150, Justice Precinct 1, Knox Co., Texas Mixon, Earley C. Head M W 67 M38yrs MS MS MS Mixon, Millie E. wife F W 55 M38yrs 7ch/7 lvg AR USA Unknown Mixon, Noah A. son M W 15 S TX blank AR

1920 Census Dist 82, Lockney, Floyd Co., Texas Mixon, Millie A. Head F W 65 Wd AR USA USA Mixon, Noah A. son M W 25 M TX USA AR (Noah is marked as married but no wife is enumerated with him. As her parents' birth states were unknown, it is likely that someone else gave the information and Noah's marital status may be incorrect.)

  1. United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Twp n/s, Johnson Co., Texas.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Research of Helen Thompson Strange. (hkstrange add the at sbcglobal add the dot net).
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Find A Grave, Memorial# 72054903.
  4.   United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publications M593 and T132), Precinct 1, Montague Co., Texas.
  5.   United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Precinct 3, Montague Co., Texas.
  6.   United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), Justice Precinct 2, Haskell Co., Texas.
  7.   United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T623), Dist 0150, Justice Precinct 1, Knox Co., Texas.
  8.   United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T625), Dist 82, Lockney, Floyd Co., Texas.
  9.   United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T626), Precinct 3, Briscoe Co., Texas.
  10. Texas Department of State Health Services. Texas Death Index, 1903-2000.