Ebon Sylvester Mixon DDS  ‎(I8066)‎
Given Names: Ebon Sylvester
Surname: Mixon
Suffix: DDS

Gender: MaleMale
      

Birth: 14 March 1879 25 25
Death: 26 February 1909 ‎(Age 29)‎ Winnfield, Winn, Louisiana, USA

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 14 March 1879 25 25


Show Details Source: The Mixon-Mixson Family, Vol. 1
Publication: American Reference Publishers, Inc. Dallas, TX 1969
Citation Details:  Pg. 131

GraduationDental School
4 May 1903 ‎(Age 24)‎ Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, USA

Agency: Tennessee Dental College

Show Details Source: Winn Parish, Louisiana, US Genweb Archives
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Occupation Dentist Winnfield, Winn, Louisiana, USA


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Show Details Note: Obituaries: Dr. E. S. Mixon, 1909, Winn Parish, LASubmitted by Greggory E. Davies, 120 Ted Price Lane, Winnfield, LA 71483
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From: March 5, 1909 ‎(probably Southern Sentinel)‎

Necrological

Dr. E. S. Mixon

Died in Winnfield, La., at 2:45 p.m. Friday, February 26, 1909, Dr. E. S. Mixon, aged 29 years, 11 months, and 12 days, after eight days illness with pneumonia.

The death of this highly esteemed and prominent young citizen came as a shock to this community and has created profound sorrow. But a few days ago in seeming robust health, he was stricken with pneumonia, and in eight days succumbed to the destroyer. In the prime of his dawning manhood, his future
seemed bright with promise and a career of usefulness. Endowed with all those qualities that mark a young man of sterling worth and virtues, he has been summoned to a higher sphere for which he was fitted by his Christian virtues.

The deceased was a dentist by profession, having graduated at a Nashville, Tenn. dental college. He has been following his work here for the past five years, when the Death Angel checked his career of usefulness. He stood high in the estimation of his fellow citizens, who esteemed him for his manly worth and both usefulness and example. As a Christian he was the highest style of
gentleman, the model son, brother, and citizen.

The services conducted at the cemetery were sadly solemn and touchingly tender. Rev. J. R. Edwards, Baptist minister, performed the religious ceremonies, paying tribute to the sterling character of the deceased, while a dense throng of citizens, of all ages, gathered around his last resting place, attested the high esteem in which he was held in this community. The Masons,
of which he was an honored member of Eastern Star Lodge, concluded the ceremonies with the ritual for the dead, in that sweetly tender tribute to an honored member of the order, amid sobs and streaming eyes which solemnly proclaimed:

"But on for the touch of a vanquish'd hand, And the sound of a voice that is still!"

The father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mixon, an only sister, Miss Annie Lee Mixon, and his brothers, Superintendent J. J. Mixon, Rev. Thomas E. Mixon and Lambert Mixon, and a large coterie of relatives mourn his demise to whom is extended the tenderest sympathy in their sudden bereavement and deep
sorrow.

RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT

Hall of Eastern Star Lodge No. 151, F. & A. M.
Winnfield, La.
March 1, 1909

Whereas, it has pleased the Grand Master of the Universe to call from this field of usefulness on earth to the celestial Grand Lodge above, our beloved young brother, Dr. E. S. Mixon:

Therefore, be it resolved by the Eastern Star Lodge No. 151, F. & A. M., that in the death of our much beloved brother, Dr. Mixon, the lodge has lost one of its brightest jewels; one of its wisest, truest, best; one possessed of every trait of character which makes men noble and good.

Dr. Mixon was a devoted Christian from the early age of fifteen years and by his steady adherence to the principles of honesty and Christian integrity he secured and firmly held a prominent place in the society in which he mingled and which he adorned. In the practice of his chosen profession, dentistry, he was at all times trusted and admired.

All these noble traits of his peerless character shone with such brilliancy that it could be truly said of him "none know him but to love him."

Be it further resolved, that while we bow in humble submission to the will of our merciful Heavenly Father our hearts are made sad by our loss, but let us rest in the hope that our loss is Brother Mixon's gain, and that each of us will try to emulate his beautiful example.

Fraternal Organization Eastern Star Lodge No. 151, F&AM Winnfield, Winn, Louisiana, USA


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Address:
Officiated by Rev. J.R. Edwards


Biography http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/winn/bios/mixones.txt


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Show Details Note: Dr. E. S. Mixon, Winn Parish, LouisianaContributed by Greggory E. Davies
120 Ted Price Lane
Winnfield, LA 71483
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Dr. E. S. Mixon

Among the young businessmen in Winnfield who deserve special mention is Dr. E. S. Mixon. He is the son of Hardy Mixon, and a brother of J. J. Mixon. He was reared in the parish and chose his profession and went straight to the mark. He is an accomplished
dentist and a through and reliable business man. Strict and prompt in his business relations and aggressive but fair in his dealings. He is a model in his devotion to his profession and will do a goodly part in forging Winnfield to the front as well as making life in her midst more valuable. He is a true and faithful friend and stands for his convictions.


‎(The above article appeared in The Guardian newspaper, Vol. XXVII, No. 8-9, published September-October, 1907 at Winnfield, La., and copied from the Watson Memorial Library, Cammie Henry Archives, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, La., and submitted by Greggory Ellis Davies, Winnfield, La.)‎

Professional License 14 January 1904 ‎(Age 24)‎ Louisiana state license to practice dentristy Louisiana, USA


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Death 26 February 1909 - 2:45 PM ‎(Age 29)‎ Winnfield, Winn, Louisiana, USA

Cause of death: Pneumonia

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Parents Family  (F2743)
Hardy C. Mixon
1853 - 1932
Samantha Frances "Fannie" McLemore
1854 - 1930
Jesse Josephus Mixon
1874 - 1951
Richard Lambert Mixon
1876 - 1960
Rev Thomas Edgar Mixon
1877 - 1951
(Birth) Ebon Sylvester Mixon DDS
1879 - 1909
Annie Lee Mixon
1884 - 1912
Ollie Mixon
1892 - 1892
Willie Mixon
1892 - 1892


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Obituary Obituaries: Dr. E. S. Mixon, 1909, Winn Parish, LA
Submitted by Greggory E. Davies, 120 Ted Price Lane, Winnfield, LA 71483
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From: March 5, 1909 ‎(probably Southern Sentinel)‎

Necrological

Dr. E. S. Mixon

Died in Winnfield, La., at 2:45 p.m. Friday, February 26, 1909, Dr. E. S. Mixon, aged 29 years, 11 months, and 12 days, after eight days illness with pneumonia.

The death of this highly esteemed and prominent young citizen came as a shock to this community and has created profound sorrow. But a few days ago in seeming robust health, he was stricken with pneumonia, and in eight days succumbed to the destroyer. In the prime of his dawning manhood, his future
seemed bright with promise and a career of usefulness. Endowed with all those qualities that mark a young man of sterling worth and virtues, he has been summoned to a higher sphere for which he was fitted by his Christian virtues.

The deceased was a dentist by profession, having graduated at a Nashville, Tenn. dental college. He has been following his work here for the past five years, when the Death Angel checked his career of usefulness. He stood high in the estimation of his fellow citizens, who esteemed him for his manly worth and both usefulness and example. As a Christian he was the highest style of
gentleman, the model son, brother, and citizen.

The services conducted at the cemetery were sadly solemn and touchingly tender. Rev. J. R. Edwards, Baptist minister, performed the religious ceremonies, paying tribute to the sterling character of the deceased, while a dense throng of citizens, of all ages, gathered around his last resting place, attested the high esteem in which he was held in this community. The Masons,
of which he was an honored member of Eastern Star Lodge, concluded the ceremonies with the ritual for the dead, in that sweetly tender tribute to an honored member of the order, amid sobs and streaming eyes which solemnly proclaimed:

"But on for the touch of a vanquish'd hand, And the sound of a voice that is still!"

The father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mixon, an only sister, Miss Annie Lee Mixon, and his brothers, Superintendent J. J. Mixon, Rev. Thomas E. Mixon and Lambert Mixon, and a large coterie of relatives mourn his demise to whom is extended the tenderest sympathy in their sudden bereavement and deep
sorrow.

RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT

Hall of Eastern Star Lodge No. 151, F. & A. M.
Winnfield, La.
March 1, 1909

Whereas, it has pleased the Grand Master of the Universe to call from this field of usefulness on earth to the celestial Grand Lodge above, our beloved young brother, Dr. E. S. Mixon:

Therefore, be it resolved by the Eastern Star Lodge No. 151, F. & A. M., that in the death of our much beloved brother, Dr. Mixon, the lodge has lost one of its brightest jewels; one of its wisest, truest, best; one possessed of every trait of character which makes men noble and good.

Dr. Mixon was a devoted Christian from the early age of fifteen years and by his steady adherence to the principles of honesty and Christian integrity he secured and firmly held a prominent place in the society in which he mingled and which he adorned. In the practice of his chosen profession, dentistry, he was at all times trusted and admired.

All these noble traits of his peerless character shone with such brilliancy that it could be truly said of him "none know him but to love him."

Be it further resolved, that while we bow in humble submission to the will of our merciful Heavenly Father our hearts are made sad by our loss, but let us rest in the hope that our loss is Brother Mixon's gain, and that each of us will try to emulate his beautiful example.
Fraternal http://files.usgwarchives.org/la/winn/obits/m/mxndre09.txt
Biography Dr. E. S. Mixon, Winn Parish, Louisiana
Contributed by Greggory E. Davies
120 Ted Price Lane
Winnfield, LA 71483
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Dr. E. S. Mixon

Among the young businessmen in Winnfield who deserve special mention is Dr. E. S. Mixon. He is the son of Hardy Mixon, and a brother of J. J. Mixon. He was reared in the parish and chose his profession and went straight to the mark. He is an accomplished
dentist and a through and reliable business man. Strict and prompt in his business relations and aggressive but fair in his dealings. He is a model in his devotion to his profession and will do a goodly part in forging Winnfield to the front as well as making life in her midst more valuable. He is a true and faithful friend and stands for his convictions.


‎(The above article appeared in The Guardian newspaper, Vol. XXVII, No. 8-9, published September-October, 1907 at Winnfield, La., and copied from the Watson Memorial Library, Cammie Henry Archives, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, La., and submitted by Greggory Ellis Davies, Winnfield, La.)‎
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Source
The Mixon-Mixson Family, Vol. 1
Publication: American Reference Publishers, Inc. Dallas, TX 1969
Citation Details:  Pg. 131
Birth The Mixon-Mixson Family, Vol. 1
Publication: American Reference Publishers, Inc. Dallas, TX 1969
Citation Details:  Pg. 131
Graduation Winn Parish, Louisiana, US Genweb Archives
Publication: http://usgwarchives.net/la/winn.htm
Citation Details:  http://files.usgwarchives.org/la/winn/obits/m/mxndre09.txt
Graduation Winn Parish, Louisiana, US Genweb Archives
Publication: http://usgwarchives.net/la/winn.htm
Citation Details:  http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/winn/history/pioneers/medical.txt
Event Winn Parish, Louisiana, US Genweb Archives
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Event Winn Parish, Louisiana, US Genweb Archives
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Family with Parents
Father
Hardy C. Mixon ‎(I7796)‎
Birth 6 September 1853 23 23 Winn, Louisiana, USA
Death 14 February 1932 ‎(Age 78)‎
5 months
Mother
 
Samantha Frances "Fannie" McLemore ‎(I8060)‎
Birth 19 February 1854 Mississippi, USA
Death 17 April 1930 ‎(Age 76)‎ Atlanta, Winn, Louisiana, USA

Marriage: 3 December 1872
14 months
#1
Brother (Birth)
Jesse Josephus Mixon ‎(I8063)‎
Birth 31 January 1874 20 19 Wheeling, Winn, Louisiana, USA
Death 14 April 1951 ‎(Age 77)‎ Natchitoches, Natchitoches, Louisiana, USA
2 years
#2
Brother (Birth)
Richard Lambert Mixon ‎(I8064)‎
Birth 6 March 1876 22 22 Winn, Louisiana, USA
Death 8 March 1960 ‎(Age 84)‎
2 years
#3
Brother (Birth)
Rev Thomas Edgar Mixon ‎(I8065)‎
Birth 9 December 1877 24 23 Wheeling, Winn, Louisiana, USA
Death 11 March 1951 ‎(Age 73)‎ Bunkie, Avoyelles, Louisiana, USA
15 months
#4
(Birth)
Ebon Sylvester Mixon DDS ‎(I8066)‎
Birth 14 March 1879 25 25
Death 26 February 1909 ‎(Age 29)‎ Winnfield, Winn, Louisiana, USA
5 years
#5
Sister (Birth)
Annie Lee Mixon ‎(I8067)‎
Birth 31 July 1884 30 30
Death 26 January 1912 ‎(Age 27)‎
8 years
#6
Brother (Birth)
Ollie Mixon ‎(I8069)‎
Birth 30 September 1892 39 38
Death 30 October 1892 ‎(Age 30 days)‎
#7
Brother (Birth)
Willie Mixon ‎(I8070)‎
Birth 30 September 1892 39 38
Death 30 October 1892 ‎(Age 30 days)‎