1. LOUIS MULLINS was born Abt. 1790. He
married Bridget ?? MULLINS.
Notes for BRIDGET ?? MULLINS:
1850 Talbot Co.Ga Census has age
Notes for LOUIS MULLINS:
A BIT OF HISTORY
THE MULLINS FAMILY CAME FROM NORTH CAROLINA,
EXACT LOCATION HAS NOT BEEN ASCERTAINED YET,
BUT, AS OF JULY 10, 1995, THE SEARCH IS STILL
WHETHER OR NOT LOUIS MULLINS(GREAT GREAT
GRANDFATHER) WAS THE FIRST BORN COULD NOT BE
REMEMBERED, BUT IT IS BELIEVED THAT CATHERINE
GIPSON (GREAT GREAT GRANDMOTHER) WAS THE
ELDEST CHILD OF THE GIPSON FAMILY,AND LOUIS
WAS THE THIRD SON IN THE MULLINS FAMILY.
ON THE MULLINS SIDE OF THE HOUSE THERE WERE
THREE BOYS AND ONE GIRL; THOMAS KINNON, JOHN,
LOUIS, and MARY, (POSSIBLY OTHERS).
ON THE GIPSON SIDE OF THE HOUSE THERE WAS
FOUR GIRLS AND TWO BOYS; CATHERINE, MARY,
GENIE, DUCK, BEN, and SAMPSON.(POSSIBLY
TOM MULLINS (GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER'S
BROTHER) MOVED NEAR TO TROY WHEN HE CAME FROM
GEORGIA, PROBABLY AS LATE AS 1849, JOEL D.
MURPHREE BELIEVES. IF IT WAS IN 1849, HE CAME
MUCH LATER THAN LOUIS. IT IS BELIEVED THAT
TOM HAD FOUR CHILDREN; DR. JOHN MULLINS,AND
THREE GIRLS. ONE OF HIS GIRLS MAY HAVE
MARRIED A MURPHREE, AND ONE MARRIED AN
IT IS BELIEVED THAT THE FIRST MULLINS REUNION
WAS HELD JULY 4, 1865.LOUIS MULLINS WAS SO
HAPPY OVER THE RETURN OF HIS BOYS AFTER THE
WAR, THAT HE CALLED THE FAMILY TOGETHER FOR A
CELEBRATION ON JULY 4TH,1865; AGAIN IN 1866,
AND 1867. BY 1868, HE HAD PASSED ON -(JUNE
23, 1868) AND SADNESS REPLACED THE JOYFULNESS
ON THIS 4TH OF JULY.
DELLA REMEMBERS A REUNION THAT WAS HELD IN
1885, OR THERE ABOUT, WHICH WAS HELD AT A
LITTLE SCHOOL HOUSE IN, OR NEAR, THE DEAN AND
JUDAH SETTLEMENT, ABOUT 4 MILES SOUTH OF
Children of BRIDGET MULLINS and LOUIS MULLINS
2. i. LOUIS2 MULLINS, b. April 27, 1815,
New Bern, CravenCo, NC.; d. June 23, 1868,
SOUTH OF OZARK, ALA.
2. ii. THOMAS KINION MULLINS, b. January
16, 1809, Newburn, CravenCo., NC; d. December
03, 1886, Pike Co.,Al.
2. iii. MARY V. MULLINS, b. Abt. 1822,
2. iv. JOHN MULLINS, b. July 18, 1812,
Franklin Co., NC; d. May 26 1895, GreeneCo.,
Ga.; m. JULIA A. ?? MULLINS.
Generation No. 2
2. LOUIS2 MULLINS (BRIDGET ??1) was born
April 27, 1815 in New Bern, CravenCo, NC.,
and died June 23, 1868 in SOUTH OF
OZARK,ALA.. He married CATHERINE GIPSON
December 1835 in Monroe Co.,Ga, daughter of
WILLIAM GIPSON and ELIZABETH SNELLGROVE.
Notes for LOUIS MULLINS:
There have been some papers written using
different ways that the names are spelled.
Some spell Louis as LEWIS and the same goes
for Catherine's last name you will find it
GIPSON and GIBSON. Either way you find it , I
am thankful that the papers were written.
Some papers that I found were written by Lev
DeWitt Mullins, and others by Louis Oben
Wells or a son of his. I do not have a signed
copy. But I would like to make it known that
without their papers a lot of our history
would be lost.
DELLA REMEMBERS HEARING HER MOTHER TELL OF
THIS INCIDENT: WHEN THE MULLINS MOVED INTO
THE COMMUNITY WHERE THE GIPSON FAMILY LIVED,
LOUIS, 19, SAW FOR THE FIRST TIME CATHRINE,
15, AT CHURCH ONE DAY. HE KEPT GAZING AT HER
AND KEPT IT UP SO LONG THAT IT BECAME
EMBARRASSING, SO SHE MOVED HER SEAT; HE
FOLLOWED SUIT AND KEPT UP THE GAZING. ABOUT
THAT TIME,THERE WAS AN INTERMISSION; AND THE
YOUNG MAN PROMPTLY INTRODUCED HIMSELF TO THE
YOUNG LADY. IT SEEMS THAT HE FELL IN LOVE
WITH HER AT FIRST SIGHT, BUT SHE HAD TO BE
WOOED AND WON. A LITTLE LATER SHE WAS A GUEST
IN HIS HOME, AND LOVED HIS SISTER, MARY, BUT
DIDN'T LIKE HIM SO WELL AT FIRST BUT FINALLY.
YES FINALLY. SO LOUIS MULLINS, 20, MARRIED
CATHRINE GIPSON, 16, NEAR CHRISTMAS TIME
1835. TO THIS UNION 11 CHILDREN WERE BORN.
THE 10TH CHILD ADELIA (ADELLA) AKA DELLA WAS
THE GREAT GRANDMOTHER OF CHRISTINE GRIMES
DELLA MARRIED WILLIAM AUGUSTUS GRIMES.
LOUIS MULLINS IS BURIED ON THE OLD FARM LAND.
SOME WOULD LIKE TO HAVE HIM MOVED TO
DALEVILLE TO BE WITH CATHRINE, THE CHILDREN
ALSO. I THINK GREAT UNCLE LUNSFORD MAY BE THE
ONLY ONE WHO MAY KNOW HOW TO GET TO THE
GRAVES, AND HE'S NOT IN THE BEST OF HEALTH. A
TOMBSTONE WITH THE FOLLOWING INSCRIPTION
MARKS HIS GRAVE; "LUAS MULLINS BORN APRIL
27, 1815, DIED JUNE 23,1868, 'HIS HAPPY SOUL
HAS WINGED ITS WAY TO ONE PURE BRIGHT ETERNAL
DAY" "(AGE 53 YEARS ,1 MONTH AND 26 DAYS).
THE GRAVE WAS ENCLOSED BY A HART PINE PICKET
FENCE BELTED TOGETHER WITH PEGS (NO NAILS).
THERE WAS A FIRE (WHEN I DON'T KNOW) A WHILE
BACK I'M GUESSING, THE FIRE BURNED UP TO THE
PICKET AND STOPPED. SOME OF THE PICKETS WERE
BLACKENED BUT NOT BURNT.
Update: March 21,1999. I went to
Ozark, Alabama on Friday March 19th to meet
with (Still living), a 2nd Cousin; Lunsford
Grimes (he died Dec 1997) was her Uncle and
he had tried to tell her how to get to the
graves. We went to the site where she thought
it was but it was a little further down the
road; Great Uncle Lunsford had told her a
couple of blocks down the dirt road and to
the left. Well it turns out that there was
once another road, and off of that road the
graves would have been on the Left. On Friday
I drove up and down the road trying to find
the site. Well on Sat.the 20th of March I met
up with Tom and Lynn Wynn we went back to the
search for the graves. The three of us went
down the road a little further near a gate,
but could not see anything...so we went to
the other place that I thought it could be
from the directions given. We had pulled
over, gotten out of the van, and this truck
pulls up; he had enough room to go around me
but he didn't. I guess he was wondering why
we were there, so I went up to the truck to
ask him if he knew anything. After asking
about the Mullins, he asked if we were
looking for the graves! Lo and Behold, he
and his family now own the land where the
graves are! He offered to turn around and
show us the area where the graves are; so of
course we took the offer. We did not go to
the grave site but we now know the area. The
graves were about a 15 minute walk through
overgrown brush, (Person Still Living) now
owns the land and he told us that he had seen
the graves many times growing up, but he was
not sure if they were still there with the
tombstones showing. He said that some lumber
was cut years ago and a tombstone had been
found near the power poles that are now
there. (Person Still living) did say he would
try and go to the site in the next few days
and see what is still there. Now isn't that
very nice of him to help in this way?
Christine Grimes Thacker
Notes for CATHERINE GIPSON:
CATHRINE IS BURIED AT DALEVILLE,ALA. A
TOMBSTONE WITH THIS INSCRIPTION MARKS HER
GRAVE, CATHRINE, WIFE OF LOUIS MULLINS, BORN
FEB. 26, 1819, DIED JULY 10, 1888 ,'DYING IS
BUT GOING HOME'".
WHEN CATHRINE DIED, JOHN,THE ONLY ONE OF THE
10 CHILDREN LIVING AT OR NEAR THE OLD HOME
PLACE, WANTED HER BURIED BY THE SIDE OF HER
HUSBAND. BUT SOME OF THE OTHERS WANTED HER
BURIED AT DALEVILLE, WHERE SHE HAD LIVED FOR
SEVERAL YEARS, EBEN (THE WRITER OF THE
REUNION PAPER) REMEMBERS THAT SHE LIVED WITH
TAVIE THE LAST YEAR OR TWO OF HER LIFE.
BEFORE THAT SHE HAD LIVED WITH KATE AND
OTHERS. HE DOES NOT REMEMBER HER LIVING WITH
HIS PARENTS, BUT DOES REMEMBER THAT MARY
GIPSON, HER SISTER, LIVED WITH THEM, OR WAS
LIVING WITH THEM AT THE TIME OF HER DEATH IN
1886. MARY IS BURIED IN NEWTON BY THE SIDE OF
HER BROTHER, CHARLIE.
JOHN WAS SO SURE THAT CATHRINE WOULD BE
BURIED BY LOUIS THAT AS SOON AS HE HEARD OF
HER DEATH, HE WENT TO WORK TO MAKE THE FIELD
ROAD READY FOR THE FUNERAL PROCESSION (WAGONS
AND BUGGIES) TO PASS OVER.
Children of LOUIS MULLINS and CATHERINE
3.i. MARY ELIZABETH (BETTY)3 MULLINS, b.
January 13, 1837, GA; d. May 03, 1914, Dale
3.ii. SAMPSON QUINN(QUINTON) MULLINS, b.
January 05, 1839, Blakely, Early Co.,Ga; d.
August 10, 1893, Newton, Dale Co.,Al.
3. iii. JOHN LOFTIN3 MULLINS, b. January
19, 1841, RANDOLPH CO., GA; d. March 21,
1911, Newton,Dale Co.,Al.
3. iv. EMILY JANE MULLINS, b. August 13,
1843, ALA.; d. November 23, 1933 in
Birmingham,Al. buried in Claybank,Al.
3. v. NANCY CATHRINE (KATE) MULLINS, b.
January 18, 1846, ALA.; d. February 03, 1930,
3. vi. BENJAMIN MULLINS b. April 24,
1847, died young.
3. vii. LEWIS (LOUIS) B MULLINS, b.
November 03, 1850.
Notes for LEWIS (LOUIS) B MULLINS:
I am not sure if this is the other son that
died young, but the father and 2 sons were
buried on the old farm place.
3. viii. WILLIAM H. (BILLIE) MULLINS, b.
March 22, 1852, DALE CO.ALA.; d. May 25,
1934, DALE CO., ALA.
3. ix. HENRIETTA J. MULLINS, b. March 22,
1855, DALE CO., ALA.; d. June 06, 1944,
3. x. G.HAZY MULLINS, b. March 25, 1858,
ALA.; d. August 19, 1931, ALA.
3. xi. ADELLA (DELLA) JACKSON MULLINS, b.
April 20, 1862, Dale Co., Al; d. December 26,
1952, OZARK, DALE CO, ALA.
3. xii. VIRGINIA OCTAVIA (TAVIE) MULLINS,
b. March 17, 1866, ALA.; d. January 11, 1926,
2. ii. THOMAS KINION2 MULLINS (BRIDGET ??1)
was born January 16, 1809 in Newburn,
CravenCo., NC, and died December 03, 1886 in
Pike Co.,Al.. He married (1) PAMELIA BROCKMAN
December 09, 1830 in GREENE CO,GA.. He
married (2) MRS. ELIZA BATTLE Aft. 1880.
Children of THOMAS MULLINS and PAMELIA
3. i. HENRIETTA FRANCIS"FANNIE"3 MULLINS,
b. April 19, 1842; d. 1893, Keene, Johnson
Co., Tx.; m. CHARLES PORTER PERDUE, October
04, 1867, Troy,Pike Co.,Al.
3. ii. MARY ANN AMERICA MULLINS, b.
December 17, 1839, Ga; d. January 18, 1914,
3. iii. NANCY CATHERINE" NAN" MULLINS, b.
November 07, 1835, Ga.; d. June 11, 1892,
Pike Co., Al.; m. SHEPPARD N. RUFFIN, January
01, 1856, Pike Co.,Al.
3. iv. JAMES THOMAS MULLINS, b. ALA.
3. v. URSULA ANTOINETTE MULLINS, b. April
12, 1832, Ga; d. 1916, Pike Co., Al.; m. JOEL
DYER MURPHEE, January 18, 1855, Troy, Pike
Notes for URSULA ANTOINETTE MULLINS:
Source: Diane Christie sent a lot of info on
this family line, I had a little but what she
sent is a lot. CGT 3/22/1999.
Notes for JOEL DYER MURPHEE:
Source: Dictionary of Alabama Biography.
3. vi. ELIZABETH LANDRUM MULLINS, b.
October 16, 1833, Ga; d. April 10, 1928, Pike
Co., Al.; m. SAMUEL MCKEE, June 22, 1853,
Pike Co., Al.
Notes for ELIZABETH LANDRUM MULLINS:
Buried in the Old Lebanon Cemetery,
Shellhorn, Pike Co., Al.
3. vii. JOHN LOFTIN4 MULLINS, b. November
04, 1837; d. February 06, 1906, Edgewood, Van
Zandt Co., Tx.
2. iii. MARY V.2 MULLINS (BRIDGET ??1) was
born Abt. 1822 in Ga. She married SAMPSON
GIPSON, son of WILLIAM GIPSON and ELIZABETH
Notes for SAMPSON GIPSON:
1850 AL. Census has Sampson Gipson, 1860
Census has Sampson Gibson.
Child of MARY MULLINS and SAMPSON GIPSON is:
3. i. JOHN G3 GIPSON, b. Abt. 1841,
Generation No. 3
3. i. MARY ELIZABETH (BETTY)3 MULLINS
(LOUIS2, BRIDGET ??1) was born January 13,
1837 in GA, and died May 03, 1914 in Dale
Co., Al. She married GEORGE WASHINGTON
REYNOLDS, son of ELIJAH REYNOLDS and RACHEL
Children of MARY MULLINS and GEORGE REYNOLDS
4. i. MARY ETTA4 REYNOLDS, b. October 10,
1859, Dale Co., Al; d. October 11, 1937,
Newton, Dale Co., Al.; m. WM CHESTER DICK,
4. ii. WM. JACKSON REYNOLDS, b. September
10, 1862, DALE CO., ALA.; d. January 04,
1943, HOUSTON CO, AL buried Winslette/Jellico
Com. Cem.; m. LURAY VIRGINIA LEE, January 14,
1885, Dale Co., Al.
Notes for WM. JACKSON REYNOLDS:
Had most of this info on this line before
finding the Cemetery Records.
4. iii. JOHN SAMPSON REYNOLDS, b. 1865,
Dale Co., Al; m. CORA ?? REYNOLDS.
4. iv. ALLIE BAMMA REYNOLDS, b. August
18, 1870, DALE CO, AL; d. May 02, 1952, ALA,
LEE CEMETARY; m. EDWARD EDD STEPHENS, January
15, 1890, Dale Co., Al.
Notes for EDWARD EDD STEPHENS:
1920 Al census Edd and Allie lived on River
Street in Newton, Al, Dale Co.
4. v. GEORGE WASHINGTON REYNOLDS, JR, b.
1871, Dale Co., Al; d. May 30, 1953; m. MAMIE
POSEY, 1916, Dale Co.,Al.
4. vi. MYRUM (MIRIAM) REYNOLDS, b. May
1879, Al.; m. W. JULIAN THOMAS, December 16,
1900, Dale Co., Al.
3. ii. SAMPSON QUINN(QUINTON)3 MULLINS
(LOUIS2, BRIDGET ??1) was born January 05,
1839 in Blakely, Early Co., Ga, and died
August 10, 1893 in Newton, Dale Co., AL. He
married (1) ANNA AMELIA JANE LEE in ALABAMA,
daughter of JOHN LEE and MARY REYNOLDS. He
married (2) REBECCA SAPHRONIA LEE, daughter
of JOHN LEE and MARY REYNOLDS.
Notes for SAMPSON QUINN(QUINTON) MULLINS:
TAKEN FROM 1945 MULLINS REUNION
GREAT GRANDMA DELLA REMEMBERS WHEN GREAT
UNCLE SAMMY CAME HOME FROM THE CIVIL WAR,
PROBABLY IN MAY OR JUNE OF 1865. SHE WAS
SEATED ON THE PORTICO LEADING FROM THE MAIN
HOUSE TO THE DINING ROOM/KITCHEN EATING PEAS,
WHEN ALL AT ONCE THERE APPEARED A HEAVILY
BEARDED MAN, SHAGGILY DRESSED, WITH NO SHOES
EXCEPT RAGGED LEATHER PIECES BARELY HOLDING
TOGETHER, WHO SHE HAD NEVER SEEN, SO SHE
SCREAMED AT THE TOP OF HER VOICE FOR HER
MOTHER, WHO ,WHEN SHE APPEARED WANTED TO KNOW
OF THE MAN WHO HE WAS. "WHY,MA DON'T YOU KNOW
ME?" WHEREUPON SHE FELL ON HIS NECK. THE FUSS
MADE OVER HIM ATTRACTED THE ATTENTION OF FOUR
GIRLS WHO WERE ON THE PLACE, NAMELY; JENNIE
BRITT, HER SISTER ( MOLLIE BRITT GIPSON,
GREAT UNCLE BEN'S WIFE ), EMILY AND
CATHERINE. ALL WERE SINGLE EXCEPT GREAT UNCLE
BEN'S WIFE. GREAT AUNT KATE WAS , FOR SHE AND
G. UNCLE TOM MARRIED OCT.19, 1865, PRETTY
SOON AFTER HE RETURNED FROM THE WAR. THESE
GIRLS CERTAINLY GAVE G. UNCLE SAMMY A WARM
HUGGING WELCOME, GREAT GRANDMA DELLA SAYS.
SAMPSON MULLINS WAS KILLED BY LIGHTING.
JAN.17,1997, I WAS TALKING WITH BAILY FRANK
GRIMES AND HE WAS TELLING ME THAT GREAT
GRANDMOTHER ADELLA USED TO TELL HIM ABOUT THE
TIME SAMPSON WAS WITH ROBERT E. LEE WHEN LEE
SURRENDER IN VA. WITH THE WAR OVER THE MEN
HAD TO GET HOME THE BEST WAY THEY COULD.
GREAT UNCLE SAMPSON IT WAS TOLD WALKED HOME
FROM VA. TO ALABAMA, GETTING FOOD ALONG THE
WAY, HE WOULD STOP AT PLACES AND THEY WOULD
GIVE HIM WHAT THEY COULD. SOMETIMES IT WOULD
BE A FULL MEAL WITH MEAT, SOME WOULD FIX HIM
UP WITH CORNBREAD THAT WOULD LAST A FEW DAYS
ON THE ROAD.
Children of SAMPSON MULLINS and ANNA LEE
4. i. SAMPSON AUGUSTUS4 MULLINS, b. July
26, 1866, DALE CO. ALA.; d. June 12, 1940; m.
ELIZABETH JANE MCARTHUR, October 18, 1892
4. ii. MARY ANNA CATHERINE MULLINS, b.
1868, Dale Co., Al; m. JOHN ANGUS REYNOLDS,
December 22, 1886, Dale Co., Al.
Notes for MARY ANNA CATHERINE MULLINS:
Info for children from Snelgrove papers in
4. iii. JOHN LOUIS MULLINS, b. December
1869, DALE CO.ALA.; m. FLOY WINDHAM.
4. iv. TENNESEE MULLINS, b. 1873, DALE
CO. ALA.; m. EARLY (PARRISH) PARISH, 1893,
OZARK, DALE CO, AL.
4. v. CLAUDIA O. MULLINS, b. January 05,
1875, DALE CO. ALA.; d. February 08, 1911,
DALE CO. ALA.; m. JAMES A. REYNOLDS, 1898,
DALE CO. ALA..
4. vi. FRED L. MULLINS, b. January 22,
1877, DALE CO. ALA.; d. February 06, 1946; m.
NORA B KELLEBREW, 1898, DALE CO. ALA..
Children of SAMPSON MULLINS and REBECCA LEE
4. vii. JAMES EDWARD4 MULLINS, b. July
22, 1879, DALE CO. ALA.; d. January 30, 1963;
m. (1) JOSEPHINE DEFNALL; m. (2) EVA ADCOCK,
January 13, 1905.
4. viii. EARNEST KINNON MULLINS, b.
August 05, 1881; d. July 12, 1963.
4. ix. BELLE MULLINS, b. November 18,
1883, Newton, Dale Co., Al.; d. August 16,
1974, Tallahassee, Fla; m. WM OSCAR JOHNSON,
November 11, 1906.
4. x. LEV DEWITT MULLINS, b. May 18,
1887, DALE CO. ALA.; m. ETHEL WILLIAMS,
4. xi. ALMA MULLINS, b. September 24,
1889, DALE CO. ALA.; d. April 11, 1988; m.
4. xii. CECIL MULLINS, b. January 17,
1893, DALE CO. ALA.; d. October 20, 1979,
Fla; m. CORA BROCK.
3. iii. JOHN LOFTIN3 MULLINS (LOUIS2, BRIDGET
??1) was born January 19, 1841 in RANDOLPH
CO., GA, and died March 21, 1911 in Newton,
Dale Co., Al.. He married (1) THEODOCIA
ELLENDER LEE in ALA., daughter of JOHN LEE
and MARY REYNOLDS. He married (2) FLORENCE
OWENS Abt. 1888.
Notes for JOHN LOFTIN MULLINS:
TAKEN FROM 1945 NEWSLETTER
"MULLINS REUNION" GREAT UNCLE JOHN'S RETURN
FROM THE WAR WAS UNDER DIFFERENT
CIRCUMSTANCES. HE HAD BEEN A PRISONER OF WAR
FOR SOMETIME. AT THE CLOSE OF THE WAR,AFTER
APRIL, 1865, HE WAS GIVEN HIS RELEASE BY THE
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND WAS GIVEN A FULL SUIT
FROM HEAD TO FOOT AND $30.00 IN MONEY. WHILE
SAMMY CAME FROM AN EASTERLY DIRECTION, JOHN
CAME FROM A WESTERLY DIRECTION, BOTH WALKING.
WHEN G. UNCLE JOHN CAME NEAR DALEVILLE, NO
RELATIVES WERE LIVING THERE AT THE TIME, HE
STOPPED AT A SPRING NEAR WHERE G. UNCLE TOM
AND G. AUNT KATE LATER LIVED, NOW KNOWN AS
THE FORT RUCKER AREA . THERE HE BATHED
HIMSELF, SHAVED AND PUT ON HIS NEW CLOTHES,
WHICH HE HAD CAREFULLY CARRIED WITH HIM,
WEARING HIS OLD CLOTHES WHICH WERE DISCARDED
AND PUSHED INTO A GOPHER HOLE. WHEN HE AND
THE OTHERS ALL RETURNED AND BEGAN TO GET
MARRIED AND SETTLED, WHAT A GLORIOUS TIME
THAT WAS, POOR, YES, BUT HAPPY.
JOHN BOUGHT THE OLD FARM LAND FROM THE
CHILDREN ABOUT TWO YEARS AFTER HIS MOTHER
DIED. THE CHILDREN SOLD THE FARM FOR $300.00
OR $30.00 EACH. HE BUILT A NEW DWELLING
ACROSS THE ROAD FROM THE OLD, AND LIVED THERE
UNTIL HIS DEATH MARCH
Children of JOHN MULLINS and THEODOCIA LEE
5. i. BULAH4 MULLINS, b. 1869
5. ii. WILLIAM SAMPSON MULLINS, b.
January 12, 1870, DALE CO. ALA; d. October
06, 1917, Montgomery, Al; m. ORA CLIDA BYRD,
December 10, 1896, Ozark, Dale Co., Al.
5. iii. WALTER MULLINS, b. 1873.
5. iv. MARY CATHERINE MULLINS, b. 1875;
m. JAMES H WOODHAM, January 08, 1891, Dale
5. v. THOMAS Q MULLINS, b. December 1878,
ALA.; m. LIZZIE MATTHEWS, 1901.
5. vi. ROBERT MULLINS, b. 1880.
5. vii. HORTENCE MULLINS, b. April 1883;
m. I.L. JACKSON, 1905, ALA.
5. viii. COMER MULLINS, b. September
5. ix. ROY MULLINS, b. 1886.
Child of JOHN MULLINS and FLORENCE OWENS
5. x. JAMES SHELTON4 MULLINS, b. March
22, 1888; d. August 04, 1915.
3. iv. EMILY JANE3 MULLINS (LOUIS2, BRIDGET
??1) was born August 13, 1843 in ALA., and
died November 23, 1933 in died in Birmingham,
AL; buried in Claybank, Al. She married (1)
GORDON L. HALLFORD Abt. 1864 in DALE CO, AL,
son of SAMUEL HALLFORD and ZILLIPH DOWLING.
She married (2) JOHN ELDRIDGE REYNOLDS 1899
in DALE CO, AL, son of ELIJAH REYNOLDS and
Notes for EMILY JANE MULLINS:
Source: A Dowling Family of The
" Emily had much faith in prayer; once when
Gordon was away from home, a distant forest
fire had threatened to come on down-wind to
their small home. She bent to her knees and
called on Almighty God! Tradition has lost
the amount of time involved in the prayer's
answer.. but it was a positive one, in the
form of a thunderstorm, for this trusting
mother!" It is believed that this is the same
fire that I was told that came right up to
the pine picket fence that encloses the
graves of great, great grandfather Louis
Mullins and his two young
Children of EMILY MULLINS and GORDON HALLFORD
4. i. N. CORA4 HALLFORD, b. March 31,
1868, Dale Co., Al; d. August 25, 1868, Dale
4. ii. ELLEN J. 'ELLA' HALLFORD, b. Abt.
1865; m. JEFF D. MCMICHAEL.
4. iii. ESTELLE 'TELLIE' HALLFORD, b.
Abt. 1873; m. W.C.'JUDGE' WOOD.
4. iv. MARY SULA HALLFORD, b. August 06,
1870, Dale Co., Al; d. December 21, 1937,
Dale Co., Al; m. THOMAS GREEN WYNN, November
08, 1888, Dale Co., Al.
3. iv. NANCY CATHRINE (KATE)3 MULLINS
(LOUIS2, BRIDGET ??1) was born January 18,
1846 in ALA., and died February 03, 1930 in
Ala. She married THOMAS ANDREW BYRD November
19, 1865 in ALA., son of BURTIS BYRD and MARY
Children of NANCY MULLINS and THOMAS BYRD
4. i. EMILY FRANCIS4 BYRD, b. September
20, 1866; m. JASPER ELLIS.
4. ii. BENJAMIN BIRTIS BYRD, b. March 10,
1869; m. ELLA FRANCIS STEPHENS.
4. iii. EDWARD REESE BYRD, b. November
4. iv. MARY E BYRD, b. April 07, 1872; m.
J. WILEY LAYFIELD.
4. v. MATTIE LENORA BYRD, b. June 11,
1876; m. TOM BUCKHALT.
4. vi. CORA OCTOVA BYRD, b. May 22,
4. vii. GEORGIE ETTA BYRD, b. August 14,
4. viii. WILLIE LEROY BYRD, b. August 10,
4. ix. WILLAMET BYRD, b. August 08,
4. x. DOVIE JANE BYRD, b. July 16, 1886;
m. ?? HARTLEY.
4. xi. TOMMIE ALMA BYRD, b. October 24,
1888; m. ?? BAKER.
4. xii. HATTIE B BYRD, b. October 14,
1874; m. J. RAYBORN METCALF.
3. viii. WILLIAM H. (BILLIE)3 MULLINS
(LOUIS2, BRIDGET ??1) was born March 22, 1852
in DALE CO. ALA., and died May 25, 1934 in
DALE CO. ALA.. He married MARY E." MOLLIE"
HAMMACK Abt. 1874.
Children of WILLIAM MULLINS and MARY HAMMACK
4. i. WILLIAM EDWARD4 MULLINS, b. May
1875, DALE CO. ALA.; m. LOUISE A MULLINS.
4. ii. EMILY C. MULLINS, b. Abt. 1877; m.
4. iii. JOHN H MULLINS, b. February 1879;
m. ERIN ?? MULLINS.
4. iv. VOTIE MULLINS, m. MR MIXON.
4. v. FANNIE MULLINS, b. January 1886,
Al.; m. AARON T. WINDHAM, May 06, 1908, Dale
4. vi. MINNIE MULLINS, b. September
4. vii. LOUIS P. MULLINS, b. September
1894, Dale Co., Al; m. KATHERINE ??
3. ix. HENRIETTA J.3 MULLINS (LOUIS2, BRIDGET
??1) was born March 22, 1855 in DALE CO.
ALA., and died June 06, 1944 in ALA.. She
married THOMAS BONAPARTE WELLS, son of EBEN
WELLS and TAMSEY JOHNSON.
Children of HENRIETTA MULLINS and THOMAS
4. i. LOUIS EBEN4 WELLS, b. August 01,
1876, Dale Co., Al; d. October 28, 1954, Dale
Co., Al; m. BLANCE B. DOWLING, June 08,
4. ii. CHARLES THOMAS WELLS, b. Abt.
4. iii. JOHN WM WELLS, m. (1) MINNIE
LEWIS; m. (2) ANNA SPEARS.
4. iv. LENORA CATHERINE WELLS, m. H.T.
4. v. COLY THOMAS WELLS, m. ANNIE
4. vi. OBE JACKSON WELLS, m. VERA
4. vii. BESSIE WELLS, m. (1) LOUIS
WINDHAM; m. (2) RAY SNOWDEN.
4. viii. CLEM J WELLS, m. RUTH
4. ix. LEMMIE WELLS.
4. x. ROBERT CLINTON WELLS, m. LUCILE
4. xi. HENRY WALDO WELLS, m. THELMA
4. xii. TAMSEY WELLS.
3. x. G. HAZY3 MULLINS (LOUIS2, BRIDGET ??1)
was born March 25, 1858 in ALA., and died
August 19, 1931 in ALA.. He married MARY
RACHEL "MOLLY" PITMAN, daughter of JAMES
PITMAN and LYDIA REYNOLDS.
Children of G.HAZY MULLINS and MARY PITMAN
4. i. CARRA CORA CLIFTON4 MULLINS, b.
December 25, 1877, Newton, Dale Co., Al.; d.
May 27, 1964, Newton, Dale Co., Al.; m.
WILLIS RUSSELL BECHAM, September 29, 1896,
Newton, Dale Co, AL
4. ii. WILLIE W. MULLINS, b. February
1888, Dale Co., Al.
4. iii. JAMES FRANKLIN MULLINS, b. June
10, 1876, Newton, Dale Co., Al.; d. June 17,
1948, Buried Lee Cemetery; m. LAVONIA THOMAS,
February 14, 1895, Dale Co., Al.
4. iv. VERA B. MULLINS, b. June 15, 1898,
DALE CO. ALA.; d. January 17, 1901, DALE CO.
4. v. EFFIE G MULLINS, b. October 01,
1880, DALE CO. ALA.; d. August 14, 1881, DALE
4. vi. LYDIA CATHERINE MULLINS, b. April
4. vii. LEWIS ARTHUR MULLINS, b. January
10, 1886, Newton, Dale Co., Al.; d. March 18,
1922, Buried Lee Cemetery; m. DORA
4. viii. EARL CUE MULLINS, b. April 17,
1894, Newton, Dale Co., Al.; m. LELA
3. xi. ADELLA (DELLA) JACKSON3 MULLINS
(LOUIS2, BRIDGET ??1) was born April 20, 1862
in Dale Co., Al, and died December 26, 1952
in OZARK, DALE CO. ALA.. She married WILLIAM
AUGUSTUS GRIMES, son of CHARLOTTE GRIMES.
Children of ADELLA MULLINS and WILLIAM GRIMES
4. i. JOSEPH WELCH4 GRIMES, b. August 25,
1882, Dale Co., Al; d. May 05, 1932, Dale
Co., Al; m. LENA BYRD, September 03, 1906,
Decatur Co., Ga.
Notes for JOSEPH WELCH
Pallbearers were: Cullen, Cecil and Curtis
Andrews, Maurice Grimes, Fred Grimes, Grady
Byrd and Thermon Deloney. His remains were
laid to rest in the Beulah Cemetery.
Jeanell told me that she remembers that it
was a long procession to the cemetery. That
Joseph had a lot of friends and was well
4. ii. BEN T. GRIMES, b. July 05, 1884,
ALA.; d. April 08, 1960, ALA.; m. (1) MARY
MOORE, December 31, 1905; m. (2) IDA L.
PATTERSON, Abt. 1924.
4. iii. WILLIAM BAILEY GRIMES, b. June
27, 1887, ALA.; d. January 17, 1923, ALA.; m.
LILLY BRUCE, 1911.
4. iv. KATE L. GRIMES, b. May 25, 1889,
Dale Co., Al; d. March 09, 1911, Dale Co.,
Al; m. J.SAM JUDAH, February 23, 1908, DALE
4. v. DEWITT TALMEDGE GRIMES, b. January
06, 1891, DALE CO. ALA.; d. October 11, 1962,
ALA.; m. JEWEL MOSES STEPHENS, December 18,
4. vi.COY AUGUSTUS GRIMES, b. June 21,
1892, Dale Co., Al; d. August 21, 1955, Dale
Co., Al; m. (1) ERA MAE LOYD; m. (2) KAYTREEN
4. vii. ELTRYM GRIMES, b. March 27, 1894,
ALA.; d. June 14, 1983, ALA.; m. IRVING
4. viii. ETHEL GRIMES, b. May 03, 1897;
d. August 21, 1903, ALA..
4. ix. GUSSIE GRIMES, b. December 12,
1899, ALA.; d. August 23, 1991, ALA.; m. JOE
4. x. LUNFORD LOUIS GRIMES, b. February
27, 1905, ALA.; d. December 27, 1997, Ozark ,
Ala; m. EDNA HAWKINS, January 26, 1927.
3. xii. VIRGINIA OCTAVIA (TAVIE)3 MULLINS
(LOUIS2, BRIDGET ??1) was born March 17, 1866
in ALA., and died January 11, 1926 in ALA..
She married BERTIS(BERT) BYRD in DALE CO.
ALA., son of ELISHA BYRD and MARY JOLLEY.
Children of VIRGINIA MULLINS and BERTIS(BERT)
4. i. CLEMIE4 BYRD.
4. ii. EDWARD LOUIE BYRD, b. January 07,
1889, DALE CO. ALA.; d. May 01, 1976, DALE
CO. ALA.; m. MYRTLE MARTIN, June 10,
4. iii. BONNIE BURTINE BYRD, b. December
23, 1890, DALE CO. ALA.; d. December 22,
1972, LAKELAND, FLA; m. JOHNNY RAY HAMMACK,
July 11, 1909, ESTO, FL.
4. iv. EMMIE KATHERINE BYRD, b. January
09, 1894, DALE CO. ALA.; d. 1951, PANAMA
CITY, FL; m. (1) BROOKS BROOM; m. (2) ARNIE
C. GLOVER, 1912.
4. v. WILLIAM CODY BYRD, b. February 03,
1898, DALE CO. ALA.; d. December 26, 1967,
CHATTAHOOCHEE, FL; m. VENA EVELYN MCLEMORE,
June 01, 1924, IRON CITY, GA.
4. vi. KIETH BYRD, b. August 31, 1900,
DALE CO. ALA.
4. vii. MARY FRANK BYRD.
3. ii. MARY ANN AMERICA3 MULLINS (THOMAS
KINION2, BRIDGET ??1) was born December 17,
1839 in Ga, and died January 18, 1914 in Pike
Co.,Al.. She married BAILEY MONTGOMERY
Children of MARY MULLINS and BAILEY TALBOT
4. i. NELLIE4 TALBOT.
4. ii. BAILEY MONTGOMERY TALBOT, b.
November 11, 1863, Troy, PikeCo., Al..
3 iv. JAMES THOMAS3 MULLINS (THOMAS KINION2,
BRIDGET ??1) was born in ALA.. He married
CLARA SHIELDS, daughter of JOHN SHIELDS and
Child of JAMES MULLINS and CLARA SHIELDS
4. i. DR. THOMAS KNOX4 MULLINS, b. August
15, 1875, PIKE CO, ALA.; m. ETHEL MINCHINER,
April 16, 1903.
3 vii. JOHN LOFTIN3 MULLINS (THOMAS KINION2,
BRIDGET ??1) was born November 04, 1837, and
died February 06, 1906 in Edgewood,Van Zandt
Co.,Tx. He married MARY ANN ELIZABETH PERDUE
November 23, 1853 in Randolph Co., Ga.
Children of JOHN MULLINS and MARY PERDUE
4. i. EUGENIA AUGUSTA4 MULLINS, b. March
1857, Troy, Pike Co., Al.; m. GEORGE KASPER
GRISER, December 02, 1883, Kaufman Co.,
4. ii. SAMUEL JEFFERSON MULLINS, b.
December 09, 1859, Troy, Pike Co., Al.; d.
July 11, 1933, Temple, Cotton Co., OK.; m.
LOUISIANA HARR, December 03, 1879, Kaufman
4. iii. DORA MULLINS, b. 1867, Pike Co.,
Al.; m. CHARLES WILSON, January 06, 1885,
Kaufman Co., Tx.
4. iv. LAURA W MULLINS, b. May 1873,
Brundidge, Pike Co., Al; m. WILLIAM F. S.
SUDDUTH, April 06, 1890, Tx.