Julia Clark Weston (Mitchell) (1844 - 1902) MP

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Cause of death: Bright's Disease
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About Julia Clark Weston (Mitchell)

Julia Clark Mitchell was a direct descendant of Governor William Bradford and Elder Brewster of the Plymouth Colony and also Priscilla Alden and Experience Mitchell, who came to Plymouth in 1623. With five ancestors in the Revolutionary War, Julia Mitchell was a proud member of the DAR, a charter member of the Peace Party Chapter of the Colonial Dames, and a New England Congregationalist. Because she was the favorite niece of poet William Cullen Bryant, whom she visited at the Evening Post in New York City on her honeymoon, she gave the middle name Bryant to two of her children, as she gave two others the middle name Mitchell. By the time her seventh child was born (three babies were already dead of diphtheria), she named the girl after herself and her husband's mother (Carolyn Curtis): Julia Carolyn Weston, the future mother of Julia [Carolyn McWilliams] Child. (1)

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  1. APPETITE FOR LIFE The Biography of Julia Child By Noel Riley Fitch
  2. Julia Child, the French Chef for a Jell-O Nation, Dies at 91 - NYTimes.com
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Julia Weston's Timeline

1844
1844
1866
1866
Age 22
1877
July 25, 1877
Age 33
Dalton, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States
1902
1902
Age 58