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Fearing it would happen again, her mother began dressing her in boys' pants, and she was nicknamed "Jimmy", the name of a character in the comic strip, Little Jimmy.Margaret was raised in an era when children were "seen and not heard".John Stephens was a prosperous real estate developer after the Civil War and one of the founders of the Gate City Street Railroad (1881), a mule-drawn Atlanta trolley system.John and Annie Stephens had twelve children together; the seventh child was May Belle Stephens, who married Eugene Mitchell.She had two brothers, Russell Stephens Mitchell, who died in infancy in 1894, and Alexander Stephens Mitchell, born in 1896.Mitchell's family on her father's side were descendants of Thomas Mitchell, originally of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, who settled in Wilkes County, Georgia in 1777, and served in the American Revolutionary War...maid of honor, Miss Annie Stephens, was as pretty as a French pastel, in a directoire costume of yellow satin with a long coat of green velvet sleeves, and a vest of gold brocade...

“He doesn't panic, he just keeps working, it seems like it clicks and they win the game.” But when I caught up with Munnerlyn on Thursday, I wanted to chat about those days in college and what he still remembers about facing Stafford.

“Then, the game-winning interception, our linebacker got it. ’” And with that, Davis walked away, leaving Munnerlyn shaking his head before sharing a thought about the Stafford he'll see on Sunday: “He's playing well.

(Stafford) threw it up for a deep ball, I tipped it, it hit my shoe and popped up in our linebacker's hands for an interception.” Visual proof. After the game, the craziest thing about it is after the game we got back to Columbia, we got in our cars and we drove down there to their houses just to talk trash.” TD: “Cause you wanted to hang out with us, huh? He's doing a great job spreading the ball to all his receivers and they're making plays.” “He was one of the best quarterbacks in college,” said Munnerlyn, whose Gamecocks won two of three meetings against Stafford’s Bulldogs. He had that Brett Favre mentality.” This weekend, Munnerlyn and Stafford will meet for the eighth times as pros with Stafford again holding an edge, 5-2.

A collection of articles written by Mitchell for The Atlanta Journal was republished in book form.

Margaret Mitchell was a Southerner and a lifelong resident and native of Atlanta, Georgia.

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