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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Norman Mitchell: Birth: 13 JUL 1914 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Tx.. Death: 13 JUL 1914 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Tx.

  2. Mildred Jo Mitchell: Birth: 14 DEC 1927 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Tx.. Death: 17 DEC 1990 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Tx.

  3. Twin Boy Mitchell: Birth: 23 APR 1931 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Tx.. Death: 23 APR 1931 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Tx.

  4. Twin Boy Mitchell: Birth: 23 APR 1931 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Tx.. Death: 23 APR 1931 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Tx.

  5. Johnnie Jean Mitchell: Birth: 24 AUG 1933 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Tx.. Death: 6 AUG 1993 in Eustace, Henderson Co., Tx.


Sources
1. Title:   Family Bible
Author:   Johnnie Jean (Mitchell) Boone
Publication:   Started December 1950
2. Title:   LDS Library Online
3. Title:   Cemetery Visitation
Author:   Holli Boone Kees and Kristi Boone Willard
4. Title:   Headstone Photograph
Author:   Holli Boone Kees Archives
5. Title:   1920 Dallas Co., Tx. Census
Author:   United States Government
Publication:   Federal Census
6. Title:   Dorris Cleere
Publication:   Cousin

Notes
a. Note:   Buried at Restland Memorial Park, Dallas Texas-Highland Gardens Section next to her husband Bert.
 Inscription on Headstone reads:
 Mother
 Bonelyn Loving
 Jan. 3, 1897-Jul. 20, 1952
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 There's not much I can tell you about my Grandmother. She died years before I was born. One story that my mother and daddy told me, was that she always cooked fried chicken for Sunday dinner. Daddy said he never got so tired of eating chicken in his life. It was the same thing for as long as he could remember.
 Daddy was with Bonnie in the hospital when she died. He held her hand and he says she kept saying "My feet are cold Paul. Cover them up." Daddy said, she repeated this over and over. He told me that he kept telling her that her feet were covered up. But she didn't seem to hear him. Daddy's mother had died when he was nine, and Bonnie was the closet thing he had ever had to a mother. He loved her dearly. He said the hardest thing that he had ever done, was staying there with Bonnie to the end.
 From the people I've talked with who knew Bonnie, she was a lot like my mother. Kind, sweet and held the family together. My cousin Dorris remembers that all family holidays were spent at "Uncle Bert and Aunt Bonnie's house".
 As I remember from mother, she said that her Grandfather William Thomas Mtichell lived with them, as well as Bonnie's mother Mary Olivia Loving in the house on Edgecliffe in Dallas.
 Bonnie death was ruled as Cancer of the Lungs, but it seems strange that she never smoked a day in her life. I'm convinced that it was probably Pulimonary Fibrosis (in which her daughters both died of), as well as Bonnie's brothers and other kin died of.
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 Dallas Times Herald
 July 1952
 Mrs. Mitchell's Funeral Slated
  Final Services for Mrs. Bert L. Mitchell, 55, a resident of Dallas for more than 25 years and a native Texan, were to be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Weiland-Merritt Funeral Church.
 Rev. R. B. Cooper, pastor of Western Heights Baptist Church, was to officiate. Interment was to be in Restland Memorial Park.
 Mrs. Mitchell died Sunday morning in a Dallas hospital after a long illness. She lived at 316 S. Tatum St. Mrs. Mitchell was born Jan. 3, 1897 in Rockwall County.
 Survivors are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Wayne L. Denton and Mrs. Paul Boone; her mother, Mrs. John H. Loving; three brothers, R. L. Mitchell, Joe H. Mitchell and Jack D. Loving; two sisters, Mrs. Kenneth Williams and Mrs. H. E. Cooper, and two grandchildren, all of Dallas.
 Nephews will be pallbearers. **************************************************************************************
 In Remembrance
 In Memory Of Mrs. Bert Mitchell
 Born
 Fate, Texas
 Date of Death July 20, 1952
 Services From
 Weiland-Merritt Funeral Church
 2909 Live Oak Street
 Monday, 2:00 P.M.
 Clergyman Officiating
 Rev. R. B. Cooper
 Interment
 Restland Memorial Park
 July 21, 1952
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 1920 Dallas County Texas Census
 ED # 15 T625-1791 Page 7B
 Jan 12-13
 Dw # 121 Fm # 143
 Line 62
 Loving, John H. M W 50 Grocerer Kentucky, Kentucky, Kentucky
 Loving, Olivia F W 46 wife None
 Loving, Mamie F W 24 daughter Bookkeeper
 Loving, Lowry M W 20 son Manager
 Loving, Wayne F W 18 daughter ?
 Loving, Idell F W 11 daughter none
 Loving, Joe M W 10 son none
 Loving, Jack M W 2 11/12 son none
 Mitchell, Bert M W 23 son in law Truck Driver
 Mitchell, Bonnie F W 22 daughter none
 Lowrey, Lillian F W 16 neice Saleslady
 Lowrey, Melvin M W 20 nephew Operator
  1930 Dallas Co., Tx. Census
 Ed 89 Dallas Township
 page 21A
 15 Apr 1930
 Line # 29 Dw # 145 Fm # 206
 Mitchell, Bert L. 34 male Truck Driver A P Grocery age at 1st marriage 24 TX MS IN
 Mitchell, Bonelyn K. wife 32 female age at 1st marriage 18 TX TN TN
 Mitchell, Mildred Joe daughter 2 3/12 female TX


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