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Mixon-Mixson Genealogy


The Parish Registers of Carlton, Soffolk
Frederick Arthur Crips, 1886


Nov. 28, 1575, ALICE MIXON, dau. of WILLIAM MIXON and MATHEW, his wife.

Mar. 24, 1576, WM. MIXON, son of WM. MIXTON and MATHEW, his wife.

Sept. 26, 1578, ALICE MIXSON, dau. of WILLIAM MIXSON and MATHEW, his wife.


Dec. 20, 1575, ALICE MIXON, dau. of WILLIAM MIXON.

(Note the different spellings of Mixon, and that Mathew and Martha are interchangeable words. Note, also after the death of a child, the second or next child of same sex is given the same name.)

Parish Records in or near London

St. Peter Pauls Wharf (Marriages)

Aug. 16, 1648, STEVEN MIXON and Annie Lislie.

St. Margarets, Westminster (Baptisms)

Oct. 6, 1662, MARY MIXSON, daughter to THOMAS by JANE.

St. James, Clerkenwell County, Middlesex (Christenings)

June 8, 1732, HENRY, son of JOSEPH and ELEANOR MIXON - b. June 1, 1732.

St. George's Hanover Square. London. W. (Marriages)

(Where the Royal Family Worships)

April 15, 1817, Thomas Harris and MARY MIXSON.


Wooten Register, Genealogical Abstract of Wills, Canterbury, Vol. I(1658).

ELLEN MIXSON, wife of JOHN MIXSON, husbandman, witnessed the will of John Taylor dated Feb. 6, 1656, filed Jan. 2, 1658. (They lived at Walton on the Thames, Surrey).

Calendar of Wills and Administrations, London

500. John Taylor late of Walton upon Thames, co. Surr, carpenter. (Nunc, will dat. 6 Feb. 1656) Wife Alice Taylor—Grandch. Mary Cater dau. of John Cater—Wit" :—Ellen the wife of John Mixson of Walton upon Thames, husbandman (mark), Katherine the wife of Richard Garrett of Walton aforesaid, husbandman (mark) & John Cater of Waybridge, carpenter. (Adm. 2 Jan. 1657-8 to Alice the relict.)

MARY MIXON, will dated Nov. 27, 1675, proved Feb., 1676. (Bequest made to WILLIAM MIXON, step-son).

RICHARD MAXEN, woodmonger and spectacle maker, London, mode will in 1682 and named his wife, Elizabeth, executrix. Bequest to JOHN, his son. No administration made until 1704 after Elizabeth's death, and administration by JOHN MAXEN, son.

Administration – 1671 - (Latin Translation)

JOHN MIXON. On the 12th April , 1671 commission was granted to WILLIAM MIXON, brother of JOHN MIXON, bachelor, dec’d,  late of the ship called "The Orange" beyound the high seas, bachelor, deceased, to administer the goods and chattels of the said deceased. . . being duly sworn

Kent County, Lay Subsidies (Hearths), Charles II, 1664

Due March 25, 1664/5, ROBERT MIXON, WIDOW MIXON, Administration Rach Deaconry, Court of Rochester. May 1664.

Kent County, Lay Subsidies, Aylesford Hundred

16 March, 1664 Chatham. WIDOW MIXON

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