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Herbert Burette MITCHELL

Herbert Burette MITCHELL

Male 1921 - 1988  (67 years)  

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  • Name Herbert Burette MITCHELL  [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
    Born 4 Mar 1921  Carlsbad, Eddy County, New Mexico, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21
    Gender Male 
    Died 31 Dec 1988  Lancaster, Los Angeles County, California, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 5, 10, 20, 22
    • Age: 67; Heart failure due to kidney failure
    Buried Jan 1989  Carlsbad Cemetery, 1508 Boyd Drive, Carlsbad, Eddy County, New Mexico, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [5, 8, 19, 21
    Notes 
    • Written by: Ashleigh Rene Mitchell; August 16, 2000: Dad worked as an equipment operator for the mining industry; he was a hoistman for US Potash in Carlsbad NM until they closed, then went to work for US Borax in Boron CA, spent a year as a hoistman at the Mercury Test Site (atomics) in Nevada and returned to US Borax in 1969. He was injured on the job and was off work for over a year, went back to work, and was hit by a truck on his way home, which injured him severely enough that he was unable to work after that. A confirmed smoker, he once used a three-foot long cigarette holder as his doctor had told him to get as far away from them as he could; he smoked until his death, although mother was in denial of it following his heart attack (he did cut back from 2+ packs a day to under 1, but was never able to completely quit.) Dad worked as an equipment operator for the mining industry; he was a hoist man for US Potash in Carlsbad NM until they closed, then went to work for US Borax in Boron CA, spent a year as a hoist man at the Mercury Test Site (atomics) in Nevada and returned to US Borax in 1969. He was injured on the job and was off work for over a year, went back to work, and was hit by a truck on his way home, which injured him severely enough that he was unable to work after that. A confirmed smoker, he once used a three-foot long cigarette holder as his doctor had told him to get as far away from them as he could; he smoked until his death, although mother was in denial of it following his heart attack (he did cut back from 2+ packs a day to under 1, but was never able to completely quit.)
      Written by: Ashleigh Rene Mitchell; August 16, 2000:
      Dad worked as an equipment operator for the mining industry; he was a hoistman for US Potash in Carlsbad NM until they closed, then went to work for US Borax in Boron CA, spent a year as a hoistman at the Mercury Test Site (atomics) in Nevada and returned to US Borax in 1969. He was injured on the job and was off work for over a year, went back to work,
      and was hit by a truck on his way home, which injured him severely enough that he was unable to work after that.
      A confirmed smoker, he once used a three-foot long cigarette holder as his doctor had told him to get as far away from them as he could; he smoked until his death, although mother was in denial of it following his heart attack (he did cut back from 2+ packs a day to under 1, but was never able to completely quit.)

      Dad worked as an equipment operator for the mining industry; he was a
      hoist man for US Potash in Carlsbad NM until they closed, then went to
      work for US Borax in Boron CA, spent a year as a hoist man at the Mercury
      Test Site (atomics) in Nevada and returned to US Borax in 1969. He was
      injured on the job and was off work for over a year, went back to work,
      and was hit by a truck on his way home, which injured him severely enough
      that he was unable to work after that.
      A confirmed smoker, he once used a three-foot long cigarette holder as
      his doctor had told him to get as far away from them as he could; he
      smoked until his death, although mother was in denial of it following his
      heart attack (he did cut back from 2+ packs a day to under 1, but was
      never able to completely quit.)

      Rena Mae Mitchell letter dated 4-9-1991
      Written by: Ashleigh Rene Mitchell; August 16, 2000: Dad worked as an equipment operator for the mining industry; he was a hoistman for US Potash in Carlsbad NM until they closed, then went to work for US Borax in Boron CA, spent a year as a hoistman at the Mercury Test Site (atomics) in Nevada and returned to US Borax in 1969. He was injured on the job and was off work for over a year, went back to work, and was hit by a truck on his way home, which injured him severely enough that he was unable to work after that. A confirmed smoker, he once used a three-foot long cigarette holder as his doctor had told him to get as far away from them as he could; he smoked until his death, although mother was in denial of it following his heart attack (he did cut back from 2+ packs a day to under 1, but was never able to completely quit.)
      CHAN 31 Dec 1988Lancaster, California Letter from Rena Mae Mitchell
      Custom Field:<_FA#> Rena Mae Mitchell letter dated 4-9-1991 Written by: Ashleigh Rene Mitchell; August 16, 2000: Dad worked as an equipment operator for the mining industry; he was a hoistman for US Potash in Carlsbad NM until they closed, then went to work for US Borax in Boron CA, spent a year as a hoistman at the Mercury Test Site (atomics) in Nevada and returned to US Borax in 1969. He was injured on the job and was off work for over a year, went back to work, and was hit by a truck on his way home, which injured him severely enough that he was unable to work after that. A confirmed smoker, he once used a three-foot long cigarette holder as his doctor had told him to get as far away from them as he could; he smoked until his death, although mother was in denial of it following his heart attack (he did cut back from 2+ packs a day to under 1, but was never able to completely quit.)
      Written by: Ashleigh Rene Mitchell; August 16, 2000: Dad worked as an equipment operator for the mining industry; he was a hoistman for US Potash in Carlsbad NM until they closed, then went to work for US Borax in Boron CA, spent a year as a hoistman at the Mercury Test Site (atomics) in Nevada and returned to US Borax in 1969. He was injured on the job and was off work for over a year, went back to work, and was hit by a truck on his way home, which injured him severely enough that he was unable to work after that. A confirmed smoker, he once used a three-foot long cigarette holder as his doctor had told him to get as far away from them as he could; he smoked until his death, although mother was in denial of it following his heart attack (he did cut back from 2+ packs a day to under 1, but was never able to completely quit.) Dad worked as an equipment operator for the mining industry; he was a hoist man for US Potash in Carlsbad NM until they closed, then went to work for US Borax in Boron CA, spent a year as a hoist man at the Mercury Test Site (atomics) in Nevada and returned to US Borax in 1969. He was injured on the job and was off work for over a year, went back to work, and was hit by a truck on his way home, which injured him severely enough that he was unable to work after that. A confirmed smoker, he once used a three-foot long cigarette holder as his doctor had told him to get as far away from them as he could; he smoked until his death, although mother was in denial of it following his heart attack (he did cut back from 2+ packs a day to under 1, but was never able to completely quit.)
      Written by: Ashleigh Rene Mitchell; August 16, 2000:
      Dad worked as an equipment operator for the mining industry; he was a hoistman for US Potash in Carlsbad NM until they closed, then went to work for US Borax in Boron CA, spent a year as a hoistman at the Mercury Test Site (atomics) in Nevada and returned to US Borax in 1969. He was injured on the job and was off work for over a year, went back to work,
      and was hit by a truck on his way home, which injured him severely enough that he was unable to work after that.
      A confirmed smoker, he once used a three-foot long cigarette holder as his doctor had told him to get as far away from them as he could; he smoked until his death, although mother was in denial of it following his heart attack (he did cut back from 2+ packs a day to under 1, but was never able to completely quit.)

      Dad worked as an equipment operator for the mining industry; he was a
      hoist man for US Potash in Carlsbad NM until they closed, then went to
      work for US Borax in Boron CA, spent a year as a hoist man at the Mercury
      Test Site (atomics) in Nevada and returned to US Borax in 1969. He was
      injured on the job and was off work for over a year, went back to work,
      and was hit by a truck on his way home, which injured him severely enough
      that he was unable to work after that.
      A confirmed smoker, he once used a three-foot long cigarette holder as
      his doctor had told him to get as far away from them as he could; he
      smoked until his death, although mother was in denial of it following his
      heart attack (he did cut back from 2+ packs a day to under 1, but was
      never able to completely quit.)
    Person ID I374  Looking Backwards -All Our Relations (Private
    Last Modified 30 Mar 2019 

    Father Grover Strickland Ross MITCHELL,   b. 23 Aug 1887, Comanche, Comanche, Texas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Sep 1947, Carlsbad, Eddy County, New Mexico, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Jessie Edith ROBINSON,   b. 26 Jun 1895, Dean, Appanoose, Iowa, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Oct 1977, Carlsbad, Eddy County, New Mexico, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 25 Oct 1911  Carlsbad, Eddy County, New Mexico, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Divorced Carlsbad, Eddy County, New Mexico, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F44  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Rena Mae CLARK,   b. 26 Jul 1925, Slaton, Lubbock County, Texas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Mar 1998, Lancaster, Los Angeles County, California, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
    Married 29 Jul 1941  Pecos, Reeves, Texas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    • 1st time
    Divorced Between 1952 and May 1953  Mexico Find all individuals with events at this location  [23
    • remarried in 1954
    Children 
    +1. P.A. MITCHELL
    +2. A.R. MITCHELL
    Photos 2 Photos
    Last Modified 30 Mar 2019 
    Family ID F112  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Divorced 1952 
    Married 1954  [14
    Photos 3 Photos
    Last Modified 30 Mar 2019 
    Family ID F10633  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart



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