State: Town,County: Year: Group: NC OrangeCo 1755 WilkesCo 1782 RobesonCo SC Buford, LancasterCo TN Sneedville, HancockCo 1790 NewMan's Ridge HawkinsCo 1830 Tazewell, ClaiborneCo HamblenCo RheaCo RoaneCo Loudon, LoudonCo VA LeeCo ScottCo 1820 WiseCo DickensonCo KY LetcherCo 1840-1860 Coe Clan DickersonCo Pea Ridge MagoffinCo 1800-1825
14-Sep-2000 Family Group Sheet Husband: Jim "Irish Jim" MULLINS Born: in: Died: in: HawkinsCo, TN Father: Mother: Wife: Clara MARTIN Married: in: Born: in: HawkinsCo, TN Died: in: HawkinsCo, TN Father: Mother: Clara MARTIN was a Melungeon. M Child 1 John MULLINS died at age: 27 Born: 1819/1823 in: HawkinsCo, TN Died: AFT 1850 in: HancockCo, TN Spouse: Mahala "Big Haley" COLLINS b. 30-Mar-1824 Married: ABT 1845 in: 14-Sep-2000 Family Group Sheet Husband: John MULLINS died at age: 27 Born: 1819/1823 in: HawkinsCo, TN Died: AFT 1850 in: HancockCo, TN Father: Jim "Irish Jim" MULLINS Mother: Clara MARTIN Wife: Mahala "Big Haley" COLLINS Married: ABT 1845 in: his age: 22 her age: 20 Born: 30-Mar-1824 in: KY or HawkinsCo, TN 1 Died: in: WiseCo, VA Father: Solomon "Old Sol" D(ickinson) Collins Mother: Virginia Goins Mahala Mullins was the most popular Melungeon. Mahala sold whiskey to travelers in order to earn a living; Mahala Mullins of moonshine fame. Bible, Jean Patterson. "Mahala "Big Haley" Mullins." The Appalachian Quarterly, vol. 1, no.3: 16-17, December 1996. The Wise County Historical Society, P.O. Box 368, Wise, VA. F Child 1 Jane MULLINS Born: 1841 in: Died: in: F Child 2 Sally MULLINS Born: 1842 in: Died: in: F Child 3 Milla MULLINS Born: 1843 in: Died: in: M Child 4 Larkin MULLINS Born: 1844 in: Died: in: M Child 5 James MULLINS Born: 1845 in: Died: in: M Child 6 Burton MULLINS Born: 1846 in: Died: in: M Child 7 Ealy MULLINS Born: 1848 in: Died: in: M Child 8 Richard MULLINS Born: 1850 in: Died: in: 1 1850 Census -- Hawkins County, TN.
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