Wise Co. births Mullins, Suvillah: Female-Alive, December 28, 1859; Parents: Wilson and Rebecca Mullins.
Her first marriage was John H. Maggard (19 Mar 1846, Letcher Co., KY Suvilla had a second husband, Seth Adkins (20 Sep 1877) 2 children, Ellen and William T. Adkins +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Wilson, son of David and Virginia Jane Short Mullins, married twice. His first wife was Rebecca Maggard, daughter of David and Susan Harrison Maggard of Letcher County, Kentucky. Wilson's second marriage was to Rebecca Shepherd, daughter of William and Servilla Amburgey Shepherd, widow of William H. Boggs, Sr. The common link in the Boggs-Mullins connection on Bold Camp is through Rebecca Shepherd Boggs Mullins. Her children by William H. Boggs, Sr. and by Wilson Mullins are, of course, half brothers and sisters. Another Boggs-Mullins link was the marriage of Wilson's sister, Rebecca Agnes Mullins, to Silas Boggs, son of William H. and Rebecca Shepherd Boggs. Lester"Big Oop" Boggs believes the first Boggs settlers on the right fork of Bold Camp, called Mullins Fork, may have been the children of Wilson and Rebecca Shepherd Boggs Mullins. Wilson first lived on the head of the Cumberland River in Letcher County, Kentucky, just across the state line from Flat Gap, in Wise County, Virginia. His marriages to Rebecca Maggard and Rebecca Shepherd were performed in Letcher County, Kentucky. Wilson moved to Bold Camp when Silas and John A. Boggs were just young children. Rebecca's first husband, William H. Boggs, Sr., died in July 1854, in Wise County. Wilson and Rebecca Boggs Mullins were married in Letcher County, Kentucky on February 1, 1855 and their first child, Andrew Jackson "Little Andy," was born on Bold Camp in December 1855. From those dates, it is deducted that Wilson and Rebecca moved to Bold Camp sometime in 1855. The 1860 Census reports Wilson Mullins living near families known to reside on Bold Camp.