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Description: Claims by Mittie Owen McDavidDate: December 6 1911
Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL
Source: Madison Co., AL Library
Page/Column: Page 3, Column 2
__ have descended from some of the greatest kings of Europe, to claim the famous American Princess, Pocahontas for her ancestress, to be child of two of the “old dynasty” families of the great county of Jefferson, to be born with a silver spoon, no, a gold spoon in her mouth, to have been reckoned the greatest beauty of her day in all the surrounding country, to have married the man with whom she was madly in love, to have given her a house full of charming children, to have written a successful book, __ __ __ at the Fates?
Each and all of these claims made for her may be substantiated by the people who are privileged to claim as friend that delightful person, Mittie Owen McDavid, wife of “Ned” McDavid of Birmingham.