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Descendants of John McMullan
Generation No. 1
1.JOHN2 MCMULLAN(JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 1740 in Dublin, Ireland, Co., of Dublin, and died 16 Dec 1817 in Elbert Co., GA.He married (1) THEODOSIA BECK BEAZLEY 1769 in Orange Co., VA.She was born 16 Jun 1756 in Orange Co., VA, and died Abt. 1779 in Wilkes Co., NC.He married (2) ELIZABETH STOWERS 1786 in Orange Co., VA, daughter of MARK STOWERS and HANNAH BRIANT.She was born 17 Feb 1763 in Orange County, VA, and died 1848 in Jonesboro,Clayton Co., GA.
Notes for JOHN MCMULLAN:
Patrick Joseph and Mary Sinclair McMullen lived in Tralee Ireland from 1738 through 1743, then moved their family to Dublin, Ireland.So John may have beenborn in Tralee, Ireland -not Dublin. His parents and five brothers, Andrew, Francis, Sinclair, Patrick and Daniel remained in Ireland. They all had jobs in Dublin in the ship building industry.John made sails for ships in Dublin before getting a job on a ship bound to Virginia in 1760.
McMullan name found to be spelled McMullen, McMullin, McMullian, and sometimes McMullien.Most often and in family records, it was spelled McMullan.Records forthe Daughters of the American Revolution Library, Washington, DC, USAspell itMcMullen.
John McMullen is listed in DAR Partiotic Index Centennial Edition Part II on page 1981 as having served as Pvt. from VA, and in Index to Rev. War Service Records Vol. III: L-R on page 1834 as serving as Pvt in 7th VA Reg.,(this is also known as 11th VA Reg). Heserved in 1777 as an Infantry Pvt. in Captain William Johnson's Company, 11th Virginia Regiment, under Col. Daniel Morgan. The February 1778 pay roll shows John McMullin in the company of Lt. Lamme of the 10th Virginia Regiment,commanded by Major Samueal Hawes.This 10th company was renamed the 6th, but then the 14th became the 10th, and care must be taken when reading these records to avoiderror.A footnote on the pay card and muster card states that this company was designated at various times as Capt. David Laird's and Lt. Nathan Lamme's Company.For the first time, in March of 1778, we find a location given on the muster card and lists John as being in the hospitalIt states that Lt. Nathan Lamme's Company was at Valley Forge (PA). John also is listed on two more muster cards April and May 1778 as being at Valley Forge but is out of the hospital at this time.(National Archives - Compiled Military Service Records of Revolutionary War Soldiers. Virginia: 6th Regiment Mc-My).Thus, our John McMullan, soldier of th American Revolution, was a soldier with George Washington at Valley Forge during that terrible winter, although he is listed as in the hospital one month.The hospital at that time most likely was a tent and thus he would have suffered as greatly as any soldier in Pennsylvania during that terrible winter. The fact that John McMullan was at Valley Forge with General George Washington for three months, has been confirmed by The Society of Descendants of Washington's Army at Valley Forge, Ancestor's page M -R.
Found in DAR Centennial Index II: b. 1740 in Ireland, d. 1817 in Georgia, married Theodosia Beazley, Elizabeth Stowers, Private in Virginia under General George Washington at Valley Forge.States he made the first uniform for General George Washington.
After the American Revolution, he settled in Swift Run Gap of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Orange County, Virginia on 400 acres of land grantedto him by the commonwealth of Virginia in 1796, for his services in the Revolutionary War. Swift Run Gap is an area in the extreme western portion of Green County, VA.Greene was formed from Orange County, VA in 1838.Swift Run Gap is the easiest way to cross the Blue Ridge Mountains in this portion of the state.The mountains are about 2,000 feet at this point.A large creek or run, originates near the top and was named Swift Run because the water moves quite fast.Rockingham County and the Shenandoah Valley are on the western side of the Blue Ridge.On the western side of Rockingham County is West Virginia.Some say John was instrumental in forming the first Methodist Church in that part of Virginia.
Reported in Haynes-McDonald, Heritage Quest, Haynes and Allied Families, John McMullan page 169:
John McMullan sold his land in Swift Run Gap in 1797 and moved to Elbert County, GA (that part of Elbert Co. became Hart Co. in 1853).John and his sons received 1240 acres of land in the Land Lottery of 1806.He livedwithin the territory of Sardis Baptist Church which was organized in 1811 and was later pastored by his grandson, Rev. James H. McMullan, son of Sinclair McMullan.
It was related by John's daughter Levina McMullen Smith to Judge Frank M. McMullan of Orange County, Virginia, that John was a tailor by trade and cut out and made the first military suit worn by George Washington after he was made Commander-in-Chief of the Army.(this is recorded in History of Hart County, McMullan Family). John's occupation was Sail Maker, Tailor, Farmer.
John McMullan had fifteen children, five with Theodisia Beazley and ten with Elizabeth Stowers.Theodisia and John's relationship ended in 1784 or 1785, and she moved to NC with William S. Dula. He married Elizabeth Stowers and they remained in Virginia until their move in 1797 to Georgia.John died in 1817 in Elbert County, GA (now Hart County).Elizabeth died in Clayton County, GA in 1848.Johnwas buried in a family cemeteryon a hill on the north side of Big Cedar Creek, east side of the public road.His grave was marked by a granite tombstone in 1896 at the suggestion of Judge Frank M. McMullan of Orange County, VA, his great grandson.The inscription reads:
IN MEMORY OF JOHN MCMULLAN
BORN IN IRELAND IN 1740
EMIGRATED TO VA. IN 1760
WAS A SOLDIER IN THE WAR OF 1776
MOVED TO GA. IN 1797
DIED IN DEC., 1817
In the 1896 newspaper article about the erection of the monument to the memory of John McMullan, the following paragraph appears:
"Nearly every honorable vocation has been represented by a member of this great family, and it is pretty generally true that whatever they undertook, success would surely follow.Many have risen to high and honorable stations, quite anumber being prominent in the ministry, some being distinguished lawyers, some being scientific farmers, and others who have labored in other fields have been equally successful."
The grave of John McMullan was marked at a dedication service May 19, 2002 by the DAR.
Will of John McMullan(spelled McMullin) recorded Will Book L Elbert County, GA, Miscellaneous Inferior Court Records 1816 - 1820, page 123:
In the name of God Amen, I, John McMullin Senior of the State and County aforesaid being very weak of body but of perfect mind and memory, and calling to mind the mortality of body and knowing that it is appointed for all mem once to die do make, this my last will and testament, that is to say, personally and First of all, I give and commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God, who gave it and my body, I recommend to the earth to be buried in decent Christian burial at the descretion of my executors and as touching such worldly Estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with in this World I give and dispose of the same in the following manner and for (to wit)
First: My will and desire is that all my just and lawful debts be first paid out of my Estate.
Item 2nd: I give and bequeath to Elizabeth McMullin, alias Elizabeth Stowers, whom I deem my loving wife, one hundred acres of land in the County aforesaid including the house and plantation on which i now reside together with all my household and kitchen furniture and plantation tools, with all my stock of horses, cattle and hogs and a negro fellow named Cato, a negro woman slave named Sarah, a negro woman named Milly - to be by her held and enjoyed during her natural life or widowhood.
Item 3rd:I give and bequeath to my beloved sons,James, my eldest son; Patrick my second son; John my third son, and to my daughters, Mary now Mary Powel and Katharine now Katharine Shifflett the sum of one dollar to each as their full share of my estate having before this time given them all that I intended or conveniently could spare as their part except the sum of one dollar to each as above mentioned and to them bequeathed.
Item 4th: I give and bequeath to my first son by Elizabeth McMullin,(alias Elizabeth Stowers) Nail, ninety eight acres and a half of land more or less being the tract on which he the said Nail now resides and which I have previously made to him a deed for the same and do hereby confirm the same to him should the same be defective or want confirmation.
Item 5th: I give and bequeath to my second son as above mentioned, Jeremiah, ninety eight and a half acres of land more or less being the tract on which he resides and which I have previously deeded to him and hereby confirm and give to him should the said deed be defective or want confirmation.
Item 6: I give to my third son as above Lewis, seventy acres of land more or less, the tract on which he now resides, and for which he holds my deed which I hereby confirm to him should the same be defective or want confirmation.
Item 7: I give and bequeath to my fourth son as above, Thomas, two hundred acres of land more or less in Elbert County and hereby confirm the same to him his heirs and assigns, beint the tract on which he now resides.
Item 8: I give and bequeath to my fifth son, Fielding as above mentioned, the sum of three hundred dollars to be (issued?) by my Executors our of my Personal Estate whether heretofore bequeathed or not bequeathed and paid to him within the terms of two years after my decease.
Item 9:I give and bequeath to my sixth son as above, Sinclair and his heirs one hundred acres of land, part of the tract on which he resides joining Benjamin, Nail and John Dobbs.
Item 10: I give and bequeath to my seventh son as above Daniel and his heirs the tract of land before bequeathed to my wife Elizabeth mcMullin, alias Elizabeth Stowers after the termination of her estate in the same.
Item 11: I give and bequeath to my daughter Nancy now Nancy Mills and her heirs one Negro girl slave named Dicy and her increase.
Item 12: I give to my daughter Elizabeth one boy named Edmond to her and her heirs forever.
Item 13: I give to daughter Levinia one Negro woman named Milly to her and her heirs to be by her possessed after the Estate which I have hereby before vested in my wife Elizabeth McMullin alias Elizabeth Stowers is terminated and the increases of the said negro woman if any before the commencement of my said daughter Levinia's estate therein and after my deceaseI give to be equally divided between my three last mentioned daughters to them and their heirs.
Item 14:My will and desire is that all the property bequesthed to my wife Elizabeth McMullin, alias Elizabeth Stowers after the termination of her estate therein be sold and the proceeds of said sale be equally divided amony my seven last mentioned sons to wit, Nail, Jeremiah, Lewis, Thomas, Fielding, Sinclair and Daniel share and share alike and I hereby constitute appoint and ordain my son Nail McMullin and my son-in-law James Mills Executors of this my last will and testament.Signed sealed and published this sixth day of December 1817.John McMullen (SEAL)
in presence of: Benj, Neal, David Dobbs, John Dobbs.
Probated 6th January 1818, ordered to be recorded 14th January 1818.
1.Haynes-McDonald-Heritage Quest-Haynes and Allied Familes John McMullen pgs 169-205
2.Ancestors and Descendants of Wilson McGarity and Angeline McMullen, 2002 by Margie McGarityHooper ( McDonough, GAHistorical Society "Brown House")
3.A History of Wilson McGarity and Angeline McMullan McGarity by Margie McGarity Hooper March 1981(GA Dept of Archives and History)
4.McMullan Family history in the History of Hart County, GA
5.Some info from McMullan Family Forum at Genealogy.com
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Burial: Dec 1817, Family Cem., Elbert Co., GA
Notes for THEODOSIA BECK BEAZLEY:
No marriage records have been found, butJohn and Theodosia Beazley ended their marriage before the end of the Revolutionary War.She left Johnandwent withWilliam S. Dula to live in Wilkes Co., NC.
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Burial: Abt. 1779, Horton Cem, Wilkes Co, NC
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Marriage: 1769, Orange Co., VA
Notes for ELIZABETH STOWERS:
There has been confusion about the three Elizabeth McMullens in Elbert County who married within a 6-year period.According to Nancy Morris, who is an ancestor of the Elizabeth McMullen who married John W. Allen, this is the account --the following marriages for the three Elizabeth McMullenswere found in Elbert County:
married John W. Allen, August 6, 1818
married David Dobbs, April 28, 1819
married Jesse Martin, February 26, 1824
Elizabeth McMullen who married John W. Allen was unmarried at the timeher father's will was signed in 1817, but at the time of her mother's will she is referred to as Elizabeth Allen. We must conclude this Elizabeth is the daughter of Elizabeth Stowers McMullen and John McMullan.
David Dobbs is listed as an heir of Patrick McMullen; therefore, the Elizabeth McMullen he married must have beenthe daughter of Patrick,The will of John McMullen probated 1818 shows signed in presence of Benj. Neal, David Dobbs, John Dobbs.
From The Southern Recorder, March 30, 1824 (Washington Georgia news): "A singular marriage lately conducted in Elbert County, Mr. Jesse Martin of Oglethorpe County applied Wednesday 25th February for license to marry Mrs. Elizabeth McMullen - on the 26th they were married and next day went to Oglethorpe County.The marriage was agreed on and a license taken before he paid his addresses to her."Elizabeth Stowers McMullen's husband John died in 1817.
ElizabethMcMullen Martin left property, one will written in Henry Co., another in Fayette) to her daughters Elizabeth Allen, Nancy Mills and Lavinia Smith.She also left property to Ann Allums, her granddaughter (daughter of Nancy Mills). Then Elizabeth Stowers must have second married Jesse Martin? This researcher does not have copiesof these wills and they must not have been probated since she died in Clayton County, GA in 1848.But we do know in his will John McMullen refers to his daughter Nancy as Nancy Millsand also mentions son-in-law James Mills, so the Nancy Mills and Elizabeth Allen mentioned must be children of Elizabeth Martin.It is possible that Elizabeth Stowers McMullen married Jesse Martin in 1824, made the will in Henry and Fayette Counties, then later in 1832 married James Prather??
According to Early Marriage Records of Elbert County, GA by Joyce Hill Gossett pg 53 the Marriage of James Prather and Mrs. Elizabeth McMullan Jan 29, 1832 is listed.For this document James Prather is listed as the second husband of Elizabeth Stowers McMulen, butcould well be Jesse Martin.
More About ELIZABETH STOWERS:
Burial: 1848, Jonesboro,Clayton C, GA
More About JOHN MCMULLAN and ELIZABETH STOWERS:
Marriage: 1786, Orange Co., VA
Children of JOHN MCMULLAN and THEODOSIA BEAZLEY are:
2. i. JAMES C.3 MCMULLAN, SR., b. 05 Mar 1770, Swift Gun Gap, Orange Co.,(now Green Co.,) VA; d. 06 Jun 1842, Green Co., VA.
3. ii. PATRICK SR. JOSEPH MCMULLAN, b. 15 Aug 1772, Orange Co, VA; d. 31 Aug 1836, Elbert Co, GA.
iii. MARY MCMULLAN, b. 1774, Orange Co., VA; d. 1854, Orange Co., VA; m. WILLIAM LEWIS POWELL, 22 Sep 1796, Orange Co., VA; b. Abt. 1770.
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Marriage: 22 Sep 1796, Orange Co., VA
4. iv. JOHN JR. MCMULLAN, b. 1776, Orange Co., VA; d. Bef. 1832, Baldwin Co., GA.
v. KATHERINE MCMULLAN, b. 1778, Orange Co., VA; d. Bef. 1840, Elbert Co., GA; m. POWELL SHIFFLETT; b. Abt. 1773.
Children of JOHN MCMULLAN and ELIZABETH STOWERS are:
5. vi. NAILE "NEAL"3 MCMULLEN, b. 21 Jan 1781, Orange County, VA; d. 22 Jul 1864, Monroe Co, GA.
6. vii. JEREMIAH MCMULLAN, b. 1786, Orange County, VA; d. 30 Apr 1867, Henry Co., GA.
7. viii. LEWIS MCMULLEN, b. 1792, Swift Run Gap, Orange Co, VA; d. 1834, Monroe, GA.
8. ix. THOMAS FRANCIS MCMULLEN, b. 14 Feb 1795, Orange County, VA; d. 1870, Elbert Co., GA.
9. x. FIELDING MCMULLEN, b. Abt. 1796, Swift Run Gap,Orange Co, VA; d. 1860, Clayton Co., GA.
10. xi. NANCY MCMULLEN, b. 1797, Elbert Co., GA; d. Aft. 1850, Crawford Co., GA.
11. xii. SINCLAIR MCMULLEN, b. 05 May 1799, Elbert Co., GA; d. 12 Jan 1884, Hart Co., GA.
12. xiii. ELIZABETH MCMULLEN, b. 1802, Elbert Co., GA; d. Aft. 1850, Crawford Co., GA.
xiv. DANIEL MCMULLEN, b. 1804, Elbert Co., GA; d. 04 Apr 1885, Clayton Co., GA; m. (1) SALLY WILSON, 16 Sep 1822, Elbert County, GA; b. Abt. 1804; m. (2) SALLY WILSON, 16 Sep 1822, ElbertCo., GA; b. Abt. 1800.
Notes for DANIEL MCMULLEN:
Sallie Williams is listed as wife on DAR app Maxine Keller Smith 661636. Recorded in Elbert County, GA Marriages 1816-1824 on pg 480 Daniel McMullan and Sally Wilson married 16 September 1822.
More About DANIEL MCMULLEN and SALLY WILSON:
Marriage: 16 Sep 1822, Elbert County, GA
Marriage license: Recorded Elbert county, GA Marriages 1816-1814 page 480
Marriage Notes for DANIEL MCMULLEN and SALLY WILSON:
Daniel McMullan and Sally Wilson - Elbert County, GA Marriages 1816-1824 recorded pg 480.
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Marriage: 16 Sep 1822, ElbertCo., GA
13. xv. LEVINIA MCMULLEN, b. 06 Aug 1806, Elbert Co., GA; d. 05 Mar 1896, Clayton Co., GA.
Generation No. 2
2.JAMES C.3 MCMULLAN, SR. (JOHN2, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 05 Mar 1770 in Swift Gun Gap, Orange Co.,(now Green Co.,) VA, and died 06 Jun 1842 in Green Co., VA.He married ANN EDITH KENDALL 24 Mar 1796 in Orange Co., VA.She was born 1775 in Orange Co., VA, and died 09 Feb 1855 in South River, Green Co., VA.
Notes for JAMES C. MCMULLAN, SR.:
James McMullen and his sister Mary were already married and remained in Virginiawhen his father John McMullenmoved to Elbert County, Georgia. He first married Lizzie......? second married Edith Kendal(source: DAR app Maxine Keller Smith 671636.)
More About JAMES C. MCMULLAN, SR.:
Burial: 1842, Green Co., VA
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Burial: 1855, Green Co., VA
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Marriage: 24 Mar 1796, Orange Co., VA
Children of JAMES MCMULLAN and ANN KENDALL are:
i. JOHN4 MCMULLAN, b. 14 Aug 1797; d. 25 Nov 1881; m. PEACHY WALKER; b. 17 Feb 1799; d. 12 May 1874.
ii. JAMES C. MCMULLAN, b. Dec 1800; d. 22 May 1873.
iii. WILLIAM (REV.) MCMULLAN, b. 31 May 1803; d. 09 Sep 1836; m. ANNA CAVE; b. 01 Jan 1807; d. 1903.
iv. NEAL MCMULLAN, b. 08 Mar 1806; d. Mar 1881.
v. HENRY KENDALL MCMULLAN, b. 10 Oct 1808; d. 15 Jun 1888.
vi. ELIZABETH MCMULLAN, b. Abt. 1811; d. 22 Oct 1861.
vii. JEREMIAH (REV. ) MCMULLAN, b. 02 Nov 1815; d. 19 Aug 1873.
3.PATRICK SR. JOSEPH3 MCMULLAN (JOHN2, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 15 Aug 1772 in Orange Co, VA, and died 31 Aug 1836 in Elbert Co, GA.He married (1) FANNIE MRS. PATRICK MCMULLAN.She was born Abt. 1777.He married (2) SARAH WALKER 02 Jan 1792 in Orange Co., VA.She was born Abt. 1775 in VA, and died 1818.
Notes for SARAH WALKER:
Thomas Walker was in attendance at wedding of Sarah and Patrick; ceremony performed by George Eve.
Sarah was the daughter of Thomas Walker and Mary Smith.
More About PATRICK MCMULLAN and SARAH WALKER:
Marriage: 02 Jan 1792, Orange Co., VA
Child of PATRICK MCMULLAN and SARAH WALKER is:
i. PATRICK JR. JOSEPH4 MCMULLAN, b. Abt. 1800.
Notes for PATRICK JR. JOSEPH MCMULLAN:
Patrick Jr. had a 3500 acre plantation in Newton Co., MS which is still occupied by the family.The plantation was named Mount Vernon, probably named after George Washington's home in VA.The family admired Washington, and this gives creditability tothe tradition that he made the General's first military uniform after he took command of the Continental Army.
4.JOHN JR.3 MCMULLAN (JOHN2, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 1776 in Orange Co., VA, and died Bef. 1832 in Baldwin Co., GA.He married (1) JANE DULA Aft. 1797 in Prob Wilkes Co, NC.She was born Abt. 1780 in VA or NC, and died Abt. 1805 in NC.He married (2) JANE MOORE Abt. 1807 in Prob Elbert Co., GA.She was born Abt. 1780 in Prob GA.
Notes for JOHN JR. MCMULLAN:
John McMullen Jr. had already left his family in Jan 1797 when his father andsecond wife Elizabeth Stowers moved to Elbert Co., GA. Hemarried the sister of his mother Theodosia's second husband, William S. Dula.Her name was Jane Dula.She died and several years later, John Jr. moved from Wilkes Co, NC, joined his dad John McMullan in Elbert Co, GA.He married a second time to Jane Moore, and they later moved to Baldwin Co, GA sometime after 1810 with their children and John's children by Jane Dula.John Jr. died sometime prior to 1821 in Baldwin Co., GA and his will and probate are on record at the Baldwin Co, GA courthouse in Milledgeville, GA.
Source: McMullan Family Genealogy Forum
Notes for JANE DULA:
Jane is a sister toWilliam S. Dula, second husband of Theodosia Beazley.
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Marriage: Aft. 1797, Prob Wilkes Co, NC
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Marriage: Abt. 1807, Prob Elbert Co., GA
Child of JOHN MCMULLAN and JANE DULA is:
i. POLLY4 MCMULLAN, b. Abt. 1800.
5.NAILE "NEAL"3 MCMULLEN (JOHN2 MCMULLAN, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 21 Jan 1781 in Orange County, VA, and died 22 Jul 1864 in Monroe Co, GA.He married (1) POLLY THORNTON 01 Aug 1807 in Elbert Co., GA.She was born 1790 in Elbert Co, GA, and died 08 Oct 1841 in Elbert or Monroe Co., GA.He married (2) MILLY A. BANKS 04 Jul 1843 in Elbert Co., GA.She was born 1788, and died 1864.
Notes for NAILE "NEAL" MCMULLEN:
The marriage of Neal McMullan and Polly Thornton is recorded as 1 August 1807, pg. 39, Elbert County, Georgia Marriage 1806-1809. They had seven children, Thomas, Randall, Jack, John, Elizabeth, Emily and Mulviney. Ages of children are estimated in this document.
He second married Mrs.Milly A. Banks, from Elbert County, GA,who wasMildred A. Jones before her first marriage.No children by this union.
He moved from Virginia to Elbert County, GA with his parents in 1797, andlived in that part of Elbert County, now Hart, across Big Cedar Creek from his father's home place.He moved from this placeto Monroe County, GA and lived there until his death in 1864.
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Burial: 1864, Church Cemetery
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Marriage: 01 Aug 1807, Elbert Co., GA
Marriage Notes for NAILE MCMULLEN and MILLY BANKS:
Naile married second, on 4 July 1843 in Elbert Co., Mrs. Milly A. Banks who was Mildred A. Jones before her first marriage.No Children of this union.(source) pg 169 Haines-McDonald heritage Quest, Haynes and Allied Families - John McMullan.
More About NAILE MCMULLEN and MILLY BANKS:
Marriage: 04 Jul 1843, Elbert Co., GA
Children of NAILE MCMULLEN and POLLY THORNTON are:
i. THOMAS4 MCMULLEN, b. Abt. 1808.
ii. RANDALL MCMULLEN, b. Abt. 1810; m. ANNA(MRS. RANDALL MCMULLEN); b. Abt. 1815.
iii. JACK MCMULLEN, b. Abt. 1811.
iv. JOHN MCMULLAN, b. Abt. 1813.
v. ELIZABETH MCMULLEN, b. 1816; m. JAMES VAN RICHARDSON; b. Abt. 1811.
vi. EMILY MCMULLEN, b. Abt. 1817.
vii. MULVINEY MCMULLEN, b. Abt. 1819.
6.JEREMIAH3 MCMULLAN (JOHN2, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 1786 in Orange County, VA, and died 30 Apr 1867 in Henry Co., GA.He married SARAH HARPER 08 Feb 1811 in Elbert County, GA, daughter of EDWARD HARPER and FRANCES BIBB.She was born 1787 in Amherst County, VA, and died Bet. 1860 - 1875 in Henry Co., GA.
Notes for JEREMIAH MCMULLAN:
Jeremiah was the seventh child of John McMullan and the second son born to John McMullan and second wife Elizabeth Stowers.In will of John McMullan probated in 1818 in Elbert Co., GA Jeremiah is given "ninety-eight and a half acres of land being the land on which he now lives and which was previously deeded to him".He later moved to Henry County, GA from Elbert County, GA and owned land in the 611th dirstrict, east ofMcDonough.Later the 611th district was known as the McMullan District. This district was actually settled by a number of members of the Harper family, but took the name from Jeremiah McMullan who settled on Walnut Creek across the road from Fargasons's Mill. The mill was on the creek just below the bridge on GA Highway 20 outside of what is now known as McDonough, and was one of he last to grind corn and wheat in this locality.The mill belonged to Daniel Fargason who married Nancy Harper, daughter of Roderick Harper.
1840 Census, Henry Co., GA, 611th district shows nine in Jeremiah McMullan's family and one slave,
1 male age 10-15, 2 males 15-20, 3 males 20-30, 1 male 50-60 (Jeremiah), 1 female 15-20, 1 female 50-60 (Sarah) 1 female slave age 10-24.
1850 Census, Henry Co., GA, shows four in Jeremiah's home: Jeremiah McMullan 64 male born in VA,
Sarah McMullan 63 female born in VA,T.H. McMullan 38 male born in GA and E. McMullan 33 female born in GA.
In 1858, Sarah's brother Roderick Harper gave 80 acres of land of Lot 54, in 7th District joining Roderick Harper, Big Walnut Creek, Daniel Fargason and North to the beginning, to Sarah and Jeremiah, the land to go to their son Thomas H. McMullan after their death.This is recorded Office Clerk of the Superior Court, Henry Co., GA, Book "P" page 123.
It is believed Jeremiah and Sarah Harper McMullanare buried in unmarked graves at Harper family cemetery on Harper Road in Henry Co., GA.
More About JEREMIAH MCMULLAN:
Burial: 1867, Harper Fam Cem, Henry Co., GA
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Burial: Harper Fam Cem, Henry Co., GA
Marriage Notes for JEREMIAH MCMULLAN and SARAH HARPER:
Jeremiah McMullin and Sarah Harper marriage8 Feb 1811, recorded in Elbert County, Georgia marriages 1809-1812, page 196.
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Marriage: 08 Feb 1811, Elbert County, GA
Children of JEREMIAH MCMULLAN and SARAH HARPER are:
i. GAMALIEL WESLEY4 MCMULLAN, b. 1811, Elbert Co., GA; d. Henry Co., GA; m. MRS. GAMALIEL MCMULLAN; b. Abt. 1815.
Notes for GAMALIEL WESLEY MCMULLAN:
Gamaliel had three sons and two daughters.1880 Census for Henry Co., GA district 638 lists age 71.
ii. THOMAS HENRY MCMULLAN, b. 1812, Elbert Co., GA; d. Waco, TX; m. NANCY LOUISE SMITH; b. Abt. 1814.
Notes for THOMAS HENRY MCMULLAN:
1850 Census Henry Co., GA shows four in Jeremiah's home: Jeremiah McMullan 64, Sarah 63, T.H.male38,E.female 33, (is this Ewall and sex is wrong on census? could it be wife of Thomas Henry? he married Nancy Louise.)
iii. MILTON MCMULLAN, b. 1813, Elbert Co., GA; d. Waco, TX; m. MRS. MILTON MCMULLAN; b. Abt. 1820.
iv. ANGELINE MCMULLAN, b. 1814, Elbert Co., GA; d. 13 Oct 1871, Henry Co., GA; m. WILSON MCGARITY, 26 Jan 1832, Henry Co., GA; b. 1805, Elbert Co., GA; d. 28 Jul 1879, Henry Co., GA.
Notes for ANGELINE MCMULLAN:
Source: pg 29 A History of Wilson McGarity and Angeleine McMullan McGarity by MargieMcGarity Hooper Marh 1981, GA Dept of Archives and History.
More About ANGELINE MCMULLAN:
Burial: Oct 1871, Turner United Meth Ch Cem, Henry Co., GA
Notes for WILSON MCGARITY:
Wilson was about 20 years old and single when he participated in the land lottery ceded at Indian Springs on 12 Feb 1825, Captain Dobb's District, which included counties of Carroll, Coweta, Lee, Muscogee and Troup.He received one draw.
1840 GA Census, Henry County, Dist. 611 shows Wilson Maguarity wih six in his home: 2 males under 5,believe these to be Jeramiah Abner, and John Memory, 1 male 30-40, this would be Wilson,2 females 5-10,Sarah Elizabeth and Sophia, 1 female 20-30, Angeline.
1850 GA Census, Henry County, Dist. 42, (9-28-1850) p. 234 shows nine in Wilson McGarity's home: W. McGarity(cannot read or write) m 45, A.McGarity f 35, S.E.McGarity f 18, T.M. McGarity f 16, J.A.McGarity m 14, J.M.McGarity m 12, T.S. McGarity m 10, E.L. McGarity m 5 and G.M.McGarity m 1, all born in GA.
1860 GA Census, Henry County (6-20-1860) shows Wilson 58, Angeline 46, Jeremiah 24, John 21, Thomas 18, Uel S. 17, Milton 11, Archibald 7, Sophronia 22 and Norplet D. Pope, farm laborer 59.
1870 GA Census, Henry County Dist 611 shows William Magarity 64 and Angeline.
Four of Wilson and Angeline McMullan's sons served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War.
Three were on the Muster Roll of Company K, 22nd Regiment, Georgia Volunteers from Henry County, Jeremiah A. McGarity, John M. McGarity, ThomasMcGarity.
The dates of Wilson and Angeline's deaths were recorded in a family Bible which belonged to their second daughter, Sophie McGarity Wilson.The Bible now belongs to Sophie's great grandson, Aldine Maddox, who lives in Griffin, GA. (pg. 13 -A History of Wilson McGarity and Angeline McMullan McGarity by Margie McGarity Hooper March 1981 - GA Dept of Archives and History)
Recorded in Henry County Minutes, Court of the ordinary Book B 1863-1882 pg 410
Letters of W. McGarity's Estate:Whereas james M. Upchurch and John McGarity having applied for letters of administration on the estate of Wilson McGarity died - and notice of this duly published in this Henry County Weekly where a (caurat?) was filed in court by Eliza A. McGarity widow of deceased claiming the letters of administrations, whereupon it was ordered by this court that letters of administration on this estate issue to Eliza A. McGarity (caurat?) and widow of deceased by him given bond and security in the sum of Three Thousand dollars and the estate of Wilson McGarity died.And it is further ordered that John Rogers, Thomas McGarity, B. Carmichael. L.A. Turner and W.S. Fargason and they are appointd appraisers of said estate and to set apart one year's support to said widow.
Recorded in Henry County Minutes, Court of the ordinary Book B 1863-1882 pg 438:
Upon aplication as required by law, ordered that Eliza A. McGarity, Admin. Of Estate of Wilson McGarity have leave to(rent?) this real estate of said Wilson McGarity dead for one year 1881 either publicly or privately upon advertising the same for ten days as required by law, giving notice of time and place.
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Burial: Jul 1879, Turner United Meth Ch Cem, Henry Co., GA
Marriage Notes for ANGELINE MCMULLAN and WILSON MCGARITY:
Wilson McGarity/ Angeline McMullen married26 Jan 1832,recorded page 82, Marriages 1822-1837, Henry County, GA.
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Marriage: 26 Jan 1832, Henry Co., GA
v. JOHN SEABORN MCMULLAN, b. 1817, Elbert Co, GA; d. 31 Jul 1827.
Notes for JOHN SEABORN MCMULLAN:
John Seaborn mcMullan settled in Greenville, AL
vi. EWALL MCMULLAN, b. 1820, Elbert Co, GA; m. MARAGRETTE DANIEL; b. Abt. 1817.
Notes for EWALL MCMULLAN:
1880 Census Texas, McLennan ED 106, pg 97C shows age 60, farmer
vii. SOPHIE MCMULLAN, b. 1823, Elbert Co., GA; m. ALLEN STEWART; b. Abt. 1820.
7.LEWIS3 MCMULLEN (JOHN2 MCMULLAN, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 1792 in Swift Run Gap, Orange Co, VA, and died 1834 in Monroe, GA.He married FRANCES STOWERS 28 Jun 1808 in Elbert Co., GA, daughter of LEWIS STOWERS and JOICE SHIFFLET.She was born 20 Feb 1788 in Orange Co., VA, and died in Elbert Co., GA.
Notes for LEWIS MCMULLEN:
Lewis McMullen married his cousin Frances Stowers, 28 June 1808, marriage recorded Elbert County, Georgia Marriages 1809-1812 pg 251.
More About LEWIS MCMULLEN and FRANCES STOWERS:
Marriage: 28 Jun 1808, Elbert Co., GA
Marriage license: Marriage recorded Lewis McMullin and Frances Stowers Elbert County, GA Marriages 1809-1812, pg 196 28 June 1808
Children of LEWIS MCMULLEN and FRANCES STOWERS are:
i. JOYCE4 MCMULLEN, b. 25 May 1818; d. 16 Apr 1907; m. JOHN FRANCIS MCMULLEN; b. 1819; d. 20 Dec 1893.
ii. GEORGE WASHINGTON MCMULLEN, b. 25 May 1818, Hart Co., GA; d. 23 Feb 1911, Elbert Co., GA; m. (1) AGATHA V. GAINES, 22 Oct 1840, Prob Elbert Co., GA; b. 23 May 1817; d. 1864, Elbert Co, GA; m. (2) MILLIE SKELTON, 10 Aug 1865; b. 20 Feb 1831; d. 13 Jun 1897.
More About GEORGE MCMULLEN and AGATHA GAINES:
Marriage: 22 Oct 1840, Prob Elbert Co., GA
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Marriage: 10 Aug 1865
iii. NANCY MCMULLEN, b. Abt. 1815; d. 12 Oct 1887; m. GEORGE MCKERLEY, 12 May 1831, Elbert Co., GA; b. Abt. 1805.
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Marriage: 12 May 1831, Elbert Co., GA
iv. ELIZABETH "BETSIE" MCMULLEN, b. Abt. 1824; d. 09 Feb 1899, Hart Co., GA; m. JAMES V. RICHARDSON, 22 Nov 1836, ElbertCo., GA; b. Abt. 1815.
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Marriage: 22 Nov 1836, ElbertCo., GA
8.THOMAS FRANCIS3 MCMULLEN (JOHN2 MCMULLAN, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 14 Feb 1795 in Orange County, VA, and died 1870 in Elbert Co., GA.He married (1) PERMELIA SARAH "SALLIE" GAINES 12 Jan 1815 in Elbert Co., GA.She was born 25 May 1791 in Albemarle Co., VA, and died Bef. 1840 in Prob Elbert Co., GA.He married (2) PERMELIA CASH 11 Jun 1840 in Elbert Co., GA.She was born Abt. 1820.
Notes for THOMAS FRANCIS MCMULLEN:
Source: John H. Gaines Family - [email protected]
Notes for PERMELIA SARAH "SALLIE" GAINES:
The IGI shows Sarah Gaines McMullen as Sarah Adams Gaines and her father as Francis Gaines and her mother as Judith Lively.
Marriage Notes for THOMAS MCMULLEN and PERMELIA GAINES:
Marriage for Thomas McMullan and Sally GainesJanuary12, 1815, recorded Elbert County, Georgia Marriages 1816-1824 pg 4.
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Marriage: 12 Jan 1815, Elbert Co., GA
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Marriage: 11 Jun 1840, Elbert Co., GA
Children of THOMAS MCMULLEN and PERMELIA GAINES are:
i. SEABORN4 MCMULLEN, b. Bet. 1815 - 1840.
ii. JOHN FRANCIS MCMULLEN, b. 1819; d. 20 Dec 1893; m. JOYCE MCMULLEN; b. 25 May 1818; d. 16 Apr 1907.
iii. JENNIE MCMULLEN, b. Bet. 1815 - 1840.
iv. JUDITH MCMULLEN, b. 1823, Elbert Co., GA.
v. DAUGHTER MCMULLEN, b. Bet. 1815 - 1840.
9.FIELDING3 MCMULLEN (JOHN2 MCMULLAN, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born Abt. 1796 in Swift Run Gap,Orange Co, VA, and died 1860 in Clayton Co., GA.He married POLLY DOLLAR 03 Mar 1822 in Elbert Co., GA.She was born Abt. 1796, and died in Prob Clayton Co., GA.
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Burial: Jonesboro, GA
Notes for POLLY DOLLAR:
On DAR app. for Maxine Keller Smith #671636 Polly Self(Polly Doller Cash in War Record) is listed.
Marriage Notes for FIELDING MCMULLEN and POLLY DOLLAR:
Marriage recorded Fielding mcMullan and Polly Dollar Elbert County, GA Marriages 1816-1824 pg 482
More About FIELDING MCMULLEN and POLLY DOLLAR:
Marriage: 03 Mar 1822, Elbert Co., GA
Marriage license: Recorded Elbert county, GA Marriages 1816-1824 page 482
Children of FIELDING MCMULLEN and POLLY DOLLAR are:
i. JAMES MONROE4 MCMULLEN, b. 25 Jan 1822, Clayton Co, GA; d. 21 Feb 1899; m. ELIZABETH J. WALDEN; b. Abt. 1827.
Notes for JAMES MONROE MCMULLEN:
From International Genealogical Index, James Monroe McMullen married Elizabeth J. Walden and then Martha A. Campbell.
ii. WILLIAM F. MCMULLEN, b. Abt. 1827.
10.NANCY3 MCMULLEN (JOHN2 MCMULLAN, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 1797 in Elbert Co., GA, and died Aft. 1850 in Crawford Co., GA.She married JAMES MILLS 24 Sep 1812 in Elbert Co., GA.He was born 05 Oct 1790, and died 1850.
Notes for NANCY MCMULLEN:
Nancy's mother, Elizabeth Stowers McMullen came to live with her in 1846 after leaving the home of her daughter Levinia and her husband Archibald Smith.
Notes for JAMES MILLS:
The IGI lists his father as Moses Mills and his mother as Keron Hassock Rather.
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Marriage: 24 Sep 1812, Elbert Co., GA
Children of NANCY MCMULLEN and JAMES MILLS are:
i. JAMES4 MILLS, b. Abt. 1814, GA; m. UNKNOWN ALLUMS; b. Abt. 1819, Prob GA.
ii. JOHN W. MILLS, b. Abt. 1816.
iii. ANN MILLS, b. Abt. 1818; m. MR. ALLUMS; b. Abt. 1813.
Notes for ANN MILLS:
Elizabeth Stowers McMullen Martin left property (one will written in Henry Co., another in Fayette) to her daughters Elizabeth Allen, Nancy Mills and Lavinia Smith.She also left property to Ann Allums, her granddaughter (daughter of Nancy Mills).
iv. NANCY MILLS, b. Abt. 1820.
11.SINCLAIR3 MCMULLEN (JOHN2 MCMULLAN, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 05 May 1799 in Elbert Co., GA, and died 12 Jan 1884 in Hart Co., GA.He married CLARISSA RICHARDSON 11 Jan 1824 in Elbert Co.,GA, daughter of AMOS RICHARDSON.She was born 13 Dec 1804 in Elbert Co., GA, and died 01 Nov 1878 in Hart Co., GA.
Notes for SINCLAIR MCMULLEN:
Sinclair was the twelfth child of John McMullan and Elizabeth Stowers. He was born in Elbert County, GA and lived there all his life.He and Clarissa Richardson had ten children born to them: James Henry McMullan, Lavinia McMullan, Susan McMullan, John G. McMullan, Thomas N. McMullan, Elizabeth McMullan, Horatio McMullan, Mahlon Nesbit McMullan, Hester A. (Hettie)McMullan,Andrew Judson McMullan.
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Burial: 1884, Sardis Bapt Ch Cem, Hart Co., GA
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Burial: 1884, Sardis Bapt Ch Cem, Hart Co., GA
Marriage Notes for SINCLAIR MCMULLEN and CLARISSA RICHARDSON:
Marriage for Sinclair McMullan and Crissa Richardson Jan. 11, 1824recorded Elbert County, GA Marriages 1816-1824 pg 486
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Marriage: 11 Jan 1824, Elbert Co.,GA
Marriage license: Recorded Elbert county, GA Marriages 1816-1824 page 486
Children of SINCLAIR MCMULLEN and CLARISSA RICHARDSON are:
i. JAMES HENRY4 MCMULLEN, b. 18 Nov 1824, GA; d. 28 Jan 1897; m. MARTHA V. LOFLIN, 1852, Prob. Lincoln Co., GA; b. Abt. 1830, Lincoln Co., GA.
Notes for JAMES HENRY MCMULLEN:
James Henry mcMullen was ordained in 1864 as a Baptist minister, and later became the ministor of Sardis Baptist Church in Elbert County which was organized in 1811.
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Marriage: 1852, Prob. Lincoln Co., GA
ii. LAVANIA MCMULLEN, b. 15 Apr 1827, Elbert Co., GA; d. 26 Feb 1894, Hart Co., GA; m. MOSES HUNT ADAMS, 05 May 1850, Elbert Co., GA; b. 04 Sep 1826, Hart Co., GA; d. 23 Nov 1874, Hart Co., GA.
Notes for LAVANIA MCMULLEN:
1860 GA census Hart County - Moses H. Adams 32, Levina 31, Allice E. 7, Edward N. 2, Henry L. 1
1870 GA census Hart County -Moses H. Adams 43, Farmer, Luvenia 43, Alice E. 16 in school, Edwin N. 12 works on farm, Layfayette 11 in school, Amus W. 9 at home, James H. 7 at home - all born GA.
1880 GA census Hart County -Lavonia Adams 52 keeps house, Edward 23 son and farmer, James H 18 son at school, all born in GA, and parents born in GA.SaraShiflett 17 black servant, born in GA parents born GA.
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Marriage: 05 May 1850, Elbert Co., GA
iii. SUSAN MCMULLEN, b. Bet. 1824 - 1833; m. LEVI BURRISS; b. Abt. 1824.
iv. JOHN G. MCMULLEN, b. Bet. 1824 - 1833.
Notes for JOHN G. MCMULLEN:
John G. McMullen unmarried was killed in Civil War.He was Captain of Company D, 37th Regiment, GA Vol. Inf., Army of Tennessee.
v. THOMAS N. MCMULLEN, b. 23 Dec 1833; d. 21 May 1890; m. AMANDA JONES, 18 Oct 1885, Prob. Hart Co., GA; b. Abt. 1840.
Notes for THOMAS N. MCMULLEN:
Thomas entered the University of the State at Athens, GA in 1858 and graduated with honor in 1860.He served in a civil capacity in the Confederacy.He was admitted in September 1866 at Hartwell to practice law, and later returned to the farm, also taught school at the Sardis Academy from 1872 to 1873.He was a member of Sardis Baptist Church and taught Sunday School.He was a member of the County Board of Education and Chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee of hart County for six years.
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Marriage: 18 Oct 1885, Prob. Hart Co., GA
vi. ELIZABETH MCMULLEN, b. Aft. 1833; m. FRED B. HODGES; b. Abt. 1833.
vii. HORATIO MCMULLEN, b. Aft. 1833; d. Abt. 1864.
Notes for HORATIO MCMULLEN:
Horatio was unmarried when he was killed in the Civil War.
viii. MAHLON NESBIT MCMULLEN, b. Aft. 1833.
Notes for MAHLON NESBIT MCMULLEN:
Mahlon died unmarried.
ix. HESTER A. MCMULLEN, b. Aft. 1833; m. MAHLON M. RICHARDSON; b. Aft. 1833; d. Aft. 1881.
Notes for MAHLON M. RICHARDSON:
Malon enlisted in Captain John McMullen's Company D, 37th Regiment, GA Vol. Inf., Army of Tennessee, C.S.A., Hart County, GA as a Jr. Lt., March 4th 1862 and was wounded at Chickamauga Sept 9, 1863.After the was he was elected Tax Collector and held that office until 1867.In1870 he graduated in law from the State University and was elected to the legislature for one term in 1881.He was a Mason and a Royal Arch Mason.He served as a deacon of Sardis Baptish Church for thirty five years.
x. ANDREW JUDSON MCMULLEN, b. 26 May 1848; d. 29 Sep 1913; m. SALLIE TURNER, 1878, Prob Hart Co., GA; b. Abt. 1848.
Notes for ANDREW JUDSON MCMULLEN:
Andrew Judson mcMullen married Sallie Turner, daughter of Dr. Joel L. and Louisa Jones Turner.He served in the Confederate Army, and during the last six monthos of service was in the trenches around Atlanta.In 1873 he was a member of the first class who graduated from the Agricultural Dept. from the university of GA.He operated a plantation of 2,500 acres with more than 1,000 acres in cultivation.He was President of the GA Farmer's Union, owned stock in the Hartwell Millsand was elected in 1904 as Rep. of Hart County to the GA Legislature for two terms.From the History of Hart County.
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Marriage: 1878, Prob Hart Co., GA
12.ELIZABETH3 MCMULLEN (JOHN2 MCMULLAN, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 1802 in Elbert Co., GA, and died Aft. 1850 in Crawford Co., GA.She married JOHN WILLIAM ALLEN 06 Aug 1818 in ElbertCo., GA.He was born Abt. 1797 in VA, and died Feb 1875 in Sunnyside, Spalding Co., GA.
More About JOHN WILLIAM ALLEN:
Burial: Allen Fam Cem, Henry co, GA
More About JOHN ALLEN and ELIZABETH MCMULLEN:
Marriage: 06 Aug 1818, ElbertCo., GA
Children of ELIZABETH MCMULLEN and JOHN ALLEN are:
i. SARAH CAROLYN4 ALLEN, b. 20 Jul 1818, Crawford, GA.
ii. NANCY ALLEN, b. 08 Jan 1821, Elbert Co., GA; d. 10 Dec 1907, Pl Ridge, Coffee Co., GA; m. THOMAS M. MCCOLLOUGH; b. Abt. 1820.
iii. FIELDING WASHINGTON ALLEN, b. 14 Mar 1822, Elbert Co., GA; d. Bef. 1910.
iv. ELIZABETH ANN ALLEN, b. 16 Jun 1825, GA; d. 26 May 1913, Barnsville, GA; m. JAMES ANDERSON MEANS, 23 Dec 1843; b. Abt. 1820.
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Burial: Fred.Cong.Ch Cem, Barnesville, GA
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Marriage: 23 Dec 1843
v. IRENA L. ALLEN, b. 21 Sep 1829, Crawford, GA.
vi. JOHN EDGAR ALLEN, b. 1833, Crawford, GA.
vii. MARY JANE ALLEN, b. 1837.
viii. EMILY CATHERINE ALLEN, b. 15 Sep 1839, Crawford, GA; d. 05 Aug 1931, Butts Co., GA; m. JOHN WELCH, 18 Jun 1866, Spalding Co., GA; b. Abt. 1844.
More About EMILY CATHERINE ALLEN:
Burial: 1931, Sardis Bapt. Ch Cem, Henry Co., GA
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Marriage: 18 Jun 1866, Spalding Co., GA
ix. SINGLETON W. ALLEN, b. 1843; d. 1863.
x. LUCINDA FRANCIS ALLEN, b. 06 Sep 1856, Monroe, GA; m. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS GOODMAN.
13.LEVINIA3 MCMULLEN (JOHN2 MCMULLAN, JOSEPH PATRICK1 MCMULLEN) was born 06 Aug 1806 in Elbert Co., GA, and died 05 Mar 1896 in Clayton Co., GA.She married ARCHIBALD SMITH 24 Jan 1822 in Elbert/HartCo., GA.He was born 22 Apr 1798, and died 21 Oct 1876 in Clayton Co., GA.
More About LEVINIA MCMULLEN:
Burial: 1996, Smith Cem., Clayton or Fayette Co., GA
Notes for ARCHIBALD SMITH:
Elizabeth Stowers McMullan lived with Levina and Archibald sometime after the death of John McMullen, but later lived with daughter Nancy and John Mills.
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Burial: Smith Cem.,Clayton Co., GA
Marriage Notes for LEVINIA MCMULLEN and ARCHIBALD SMITH:
Marriage for Levina McMullan and Archibald Smith January 24, 1822 recorded Elbert County, Georgia Marriages 1816-1824 page 481.
More About ARCHIBALD SMITH and LEVINIA MCMULLEN:
Marriage: 24 Jan 1822, Elbert/HartCo., GA
Marriage license: Recorded Elbert county, GA Marriages 1816-1824 pg. 481
Children of LEVINIA MCMULLEN and ARCHIBALD SMITH are:
i. GREEN4 SMITH, b. 1826; m. OVIVE MRS. GREEN SMITH.
ii. ELIZABETH ANN SMITH, b. 05 Nov 1827, Fayette Co, GA; d. 06 Feb 1910, Clayton Co, GA; m. GEORGE SMITH WILLIAMSON; b. 1829; d. 1903.
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Burial: 1910, Smith Fam Cem, Clayton Co, GA
iii. PATSEY SMITH, b. Abt. 1830, GA.
iv. WARREN SMITH, b. Abt. 1831, GA.
v. MELISSA SMITH, b. Abt. 1833.
vi. JOHN SMITH, b. Abt. 1837.
vii. NEWTON SMITH, b. Abt. 1837.
viii. MARTIN SMITH, b. Abt. 1839, GA.
ix. PRISCILLA SMITH, b. Abt. 1842.
x. JOSEPH SMITH, b. Abt. 1844.
xi. THOMAS SMITH, b. 1848.