Ann Hall Mitchell
b. circa 1849, d. 10 November 1902
- Father: Unknown Mitchell b. circa 1820, d. circa 1848
- Mother: Margaret Augusta Williams b. circa 1827
- Ann Hall Mitchell was born circa 1849 in Alabama or possibly May 1850.
- She was known as Nannie.
- Margaret A. (?) appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1850 in Montgomery County, Alabama. Other members of the household included Ann Hall Mitchell, Singleton Williams, Joseph Milward Williams, Margaret Augusta Williams, Singleton J. Mitchell, John Mitchell and Joseph Mitchell.
- James L. Mitchell and Elizabeth H. Douglass appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1870 in Galatin PO, Sumner County, Tennessee, enumerated next to Elizabeth's brother Cullen.. Other members of the household included Ann Hall Mitchell, Robert Boyers Douglass and William Edwards Douglass.
- She married Campbell Wood, son of Green Wood and Evelina Alexander Barnes, on 24 June 1872 in Austin, Travis County, Texas, second cousins once removed; Campbell's maternal grandmother Nancy Abercrombie Barnes was the sister of Nannie's father's maternal grandmother Jane Abercrombie Hall.
- Campbell Wood and Ann Hall Mitchell appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1880 in San Saba County, Texas. Other members of the household included Elizabeth Augusta Wood, Evelyn Annie Wood, Sarah Josephine Wood and Annie Laurie Wood.
- Campbell Wood and Ann Hall Mitchell appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1900 in San Saba County, Texas. Other members of the household included Elizabeth Augusta Wood, Annie Laurie Wood, Campbell Ella Wood, Ellerbe English Wood, Mary Lou Wood and Campbell Wood Jr.
- Her husband Campbell Wood became a widower at her death.
- Ann Hall Mitchell died on 10 November 1902 in Houston, Harris County, Texas, or possibly the 9th, according to family records.
- She was interred at Willis Cemetery, Willis, Montgomery County, Texas.
- The following appeared on 14 November 1903 in The Lampasas Leader: Mrs. Campbell Wood, of this city, passed away, in Houston, on Monday, Nov. 10, 1902, at 8 a.m. Mrs. Wood has been a great sufferer for many months, and at her earnest entreaty she was carried to Houston early in October, Miss Bessie Chism, of this city, kindly accompanying her, and where she was met by two of her daughters and other relatives. Her death was not unexpected. Though all of the family could not be with her, three of her daughters attended and tenderly nursed her, and there were present many other relatives of the family. The interment took place at Willis, in Montgomery county, on Tuesday afternoon, where the family formerly lived before moving to this section of the state. The family have resided in this city since October, 1901, having moved from Cherokee, San Saba county.
- Last Edited: 15 Oct 2012
- Charts: Descendants of ABERCROMBIE Charles & Edwina Malinda "Dicey" Booth (#1), Descendants of ABERCROMBIE Charles & Edwina Malinda "Dicey" Booth (#2), Descendants of WOOD William & Lydia Ballentine
Family: Campbell Wood b. 5 December 1842, d. 28 October 1914
- Elizabeth Augusta Wood b. 13 September 1873, d. 3 January 1959
- Evelyn Annie Wood+ b. 30 July 1875, d. 26 April 1960
- Sarah Josephine Wood b. 30 July 1877, d. 10 December 1907
- Annie Laurie Wood b. 21 May 1880, d. 2 February 1964
- Campbell Ella Wood b. 21 January 1882, d. 23 February 1908
- Ellerbe English Wood b. 4 November 1887, d. 16 January 1968
- Mary Lou Wood b. 3 April 1889, d. 10 January 1944
- Campbell Wood Jr. b. 23 March 1892, d. 16 October 1964