Elizabeth ?

#43727

Relationship4th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
Descent from Charles Mullins Sr. to Researcher

Major Life Events

     Elizabeth ? married Daniel Mullins, son of Charles Mullins [Sr.] and Mary ?.1

Children of Elizabeth and Daniel Mullins

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…
  2. [S923] 2 August 1790, 1790 U. S. Census, North Carolina, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 94.

Mary ?1

#43728, b. circa 1730

Relationship5th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
Descent from Charles Mullins Sr. to Researcher

Major Life Events

     Mary ? was born circa 1730.1 She married Charles Mullins [Sr.].1

Children of Mary and Charles Mullins [Sr.]

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…

John McQuatty Archer1

#43729

ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.

Major Life Events

     John McQuatty Archer married Mary Penelope Mullins, daughter of Ezekiel Mullins and Rebecca James.1

Family of John and Mary Penelope Mullins

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…

William Arvin1

#43730

ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.

Major Life Events

     William Arvin married Martha A. Mullins, daughter of David Lyle Mullins and Leah E. Covington, on 10 August 1865 in Cannon Co., Tennessee.1

Family of William and Martha A. Mullins

Citations

  1. [S899] Helen L. Rogers, Cannon Co., TN Marriage Records 1838-1899, page 161.

Nancy Ashford1

#43731, b. between 1810 and 1820

ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
FatherB. Ashford b. c 1795
MotherElizabeth ? b. 1787

Major Life Events

     Nancy Ashford was born between 1810 and 1820.1 She married Joseph Mullins, son of Daniel Coleman Mullins and Oridema Lyle, on 16 August 1838 in Cannon Co., Tennessee.1,2,3

Family of Nancy and Joseph Mullins

Citations

  1. [S900] June 1, 1840, 1840 U. S. Census, Bedford, Cannon, and Coffee Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 139.
  2. [S899] Helen L. Rogers, Cannon Co., TN Marriage Records 1838-1899, page 160.
  3. [S922] Cannon Co., Tennessee, Cannon Co. TN Marriages, Vol. A, Mar. 1838-Feb. 1850: page 5.

Leah E. Covington1

#43732, b. circa 1827

ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.

Major Life Events

     Leah E. Covington was born circa 1827 in Virginia.1,2,3 She married David Lyle Mullins, son of Daniel Coleman Mullins and Oridema Lyle, on 4 June 1840.1,4,5

U. S. Census Records

Census1850Leah E. Mullins was listed at age 23, born in Virginia, as a member of the household of David Lyle Mullins in Cannon Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1850 enumerated 18 October 1850.6
Census1860Leah E. Mullins was listed at age 34, born in Virginia, as a member of the household of David Lyle Mullins in Coffee Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1860 enumerated 5 July 1860.7
Census1870Leah E. Mullins was listed at age 45, born in Tennessee, as a member of the household of David Lyle Mullins in Cannon Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1870 enumerated 8 June 1870.8

Citations

  1. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 385 , line 21, dwelling 482, family 482.
  2. [S919] 1 June 1870, 1870 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 111, line 39, dwelling 49, family 49.
  3. [S920] 1 June 1860, 1860 U. S. Census, Coffee Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 51, line 11, dwelling 733, family 733.
  4. [S899] Helen L. Rogers, Cannon Co., TN Marriage Records 1838-1899, page 160.
  5. [S922] Cannon Co., Tennessee, Cannon Co. TN Marriages, Vol. A, Mar. 1838-Feb. 1850: page 29.
  6. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 385 , line 20, dwelling 482, family 482.
  7. [S920] 1 June 1860, 1860 U. S. Census, Coffee Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 51, line 10, dwelling 733, family 733.
  8. [S919] 1 June 1870, 1870 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 111, line 38, dwelling 49, family 49.
  9. [S919] 1 June 1870, 1870 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 111, line 40, dwelling 49, family 49.
  10. [S919] 1 June 1870, 1870 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 112, line 1, dwelling 49, family 49.
  11. [S919] 1 June 1870, 1870 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 112, line 2, dwelling 49, family 49.
  12. [S919] 1 June 1870, 1870 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 112, line 3, dwelling 49, family 49.

Henry Cox1

#43733

ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.

Major Life Events

     Henry Cox married Louisa Mullins, daughter of Daniel Coleman Mullins and Oridema Lyle, on 15 February 1863 in Cannon Co., Tennessee.1

Family of Henry and Louisa Mullins

Citations

  1. [S899] Helen L. Rogers, Cannon Co., TN Marriage Records 1838-1899, page 161.

Jesse Davis1

#43734

ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.

Major Life Events

     Jesse Davis married Milley Mullins, daughter of Daniel Mullins and Elizabeth ?, on 22 August 1807 in Rutherford Co., North Carolina.1

Family of Jesse and Milley Mullins

Citations

  1. [S902] Mullins Surname List, Rootsweb, online http://listsearches.rootsweb.com, CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 197).

Mary Jane Denton1

#43735

ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.

Major Life Events

     Mary Jane Denton married Daniel Thomason, son of William Thomason and Sarah Mullins.1

Family of Mary and Daniel Thomason

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…

Rebecca James

#43736, b. circa 1793

ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.

Major Life Events

     Rebecca James was born circa 1793 in North Carolina.1,2,3,4 She married Ezekiel Mullins, son of Daniel Mullins and Elizabeth ?.5

Children of Rebecca and Ezekiel Mullins

U. S. Census Records

Census1850Rebecca Mullins was listed at age 57, born in North Carolina, as a member of the household of Ezekiel Mullins in Cannon Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1850 enumerated 28 August 1850.6

Citations

  1. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 397, line 11, dwelling 35, family 35.
  2. [S900] June 1, 1840, 1840 U. S. Census, Bedford, Cannon, and Coffee Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 121.
  3. [S903] August 7, 1820, 1820 U. S. Census, Bedford, Davidson, Hardin, Hickman, Humphreys, Montgomery, Overton, Perry, Warren,Wayne, White, and Wilson Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule.
  4. [S904] June 1, 1830, 1830 U. S. Census, Shelby, Smith, Sumner, Stewart, Tipton, and Warren Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule.
  5. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…
  6. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 397, line 10, dwelling 35, family 35.

William Kinsey1

#43737

ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.

Major Life Events

     William Kinsey married Susan A. Mullins, daughter of Ezekiel Mullins and Rebecca James, on 5 January 1861.1

Family of William and Susan A. Mullins

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…

John Lyle1

#43738

Relationship4th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence

Child of John

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…

Oridema Lyle1

#43739, b. circa 1793, d. 1855

Relationship3rd great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
Descent from Charles Mullins Sr. to Researcher
FatherJohn Lyle

Major Life Events

     Oridema Lyle was born circa 1793 in North Carolina.1,2,3 She married Daniel Coleman Mullins, son of Daniel Mullins and Elizabeth ?, between 1805 and 1809 in Rutherford Co., North Carolina.1,4 Oridema died in 1855 in Tennessee.1

Children of Oridema and Daniel Coleman Mullins

Narrative

     Oridema Lyle was also known as Didema, Ida.

U. S. Census Records

Census1850Didema Mullins was listed at age 57, born in North Carolina, as a member of the household of Daniel Coleman Mullins in Cannon Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1850 enumerated 19 October 1850.5
Census1860Ida Mullins was listed at age 70, born in North Carolina, as a member of the household of Nathaniel Harper in Davidson Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1860 enumerated 7 June 1860.6

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…
  2. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 388 , line 38, dwelling 536, family 536.
  3. [S900] June 1, 1840, 1840 U. S. Census, Bedford, Cannon, and Coffee Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 142.
  4. [S902] Mullins Surname List, Rootsweb, online http://listsearches.rootsweb.com, CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 234).
  5. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 388 , line 37, dwelling 536, family 536.
  6. [S907] 1 June 1860, 1860 U. S. Census, Davidson Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 489, line 31, dwelling 277, family 341.

Mary Jane McMillian1

#43740

ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.

Major Life Events

     Mary Jane McMillian married Frances Marion Mullins, son of Ezekiel Mullins and Rebecca James, on 9 July 1889.1

Family of Mary and Frances Marion Mullins

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…

Catherine T. Mullins1

#43741, b. circa 1849

Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
2nd great-granddaughter of Charles Mullins [Sr.]
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
FatherDavid Lyle Mullins b. 4 Mar 1818
MotherLeah E. Covington b. c 1827

Major Life Events

     Catherine T. Mullins was born circa 1849 in Tennessee.1,2

U. S. Census Records

Census1850Catherine T. Mullins was listed at age 1, born in Tennessee, as a member of the household of David Lyle Mullins in Cannon Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1850 enumerated 18 October 1850.3
Census1860Catherine T. Mullins was listed at age 12, born in Tennessee, as a member of the household of David Lyle Mullins in Coffee Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1860 enumerated 5 July 1860.4

Citations

  1. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 385 , line 25, dwelling 482, family 482.
  2. [S920] 1 June 1860, 1860 U. S. Census, Coffee Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 51, line 14, dwelling 733, family 733.
  3. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 385 , line 20, dwelling 482, family 482.
  4. [S920] 1 June 1860, 1860 U. S. Census, Coffee Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 51, line 10, dwelling 733, family 733.

Charles Mullins Jr.1

#43742, b. 18 July 1749, d. after 4 March 1832

Relationships4th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Son of Charles Mullins [Sr.]
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
FatherCharles Mullins [Sr.] b. c 1730
MotherMary ? b. c 1730

Major Life Events

     Charles Mullins Jr. was born on 18 July 1749.1 Charles died after 4 March 1832.2

Narrative

     Charles Mullins and Daniel Mullins appear in the 1779 Randolph County, North Carolina Tax List.1

     On 14 August 1767, Charles Mullin of Halifax Co., Virginia, deeded to Charles Mullin, Jr. of same, for natural love and affection and for his better maintenance, 227 acres on the north branch of Coleman's creek, provided that Charles Mullins, Sr. & Mary, his wife, have their living and maintenance off said land and premises during their lives.2

     In 1794, Charles Mullins Jr. of Rutherford County, North Carolina, and Charles Mullins Sr. of Halifax County, Virginia, made a deed to John Adams Sr. for "197 acres on Little Coleman Creek adjoining Joseph Jones, John Angus, Joseph Hewell Jr., and on the road that leads from Boyd's Ferry to Pryor's Ferry, being land where Charles Mullins Sr. now lives by virtue of an exception for live, a deed made by Charles Mullins Sr. to his son Charles Mullins Jr. which was recorded in Halifax County. Virginia. Now Charles Mullins Sr. to revise the said deed in favor of his son Charles Mullins jr. and joins in said deed of sale, releasign the exception of a life right in said land."1

     From: "Bridges to the Past" (article by Mrs. Ernest Newton and Roy Brooks)
[this is a form of Heritage Book for Rutherford Co., NC]2

CHARLES MULLINS PENSION WAS $31.66 SEMI-ANNUALLY

     Abstracted from the pension file of Charles Mullins, National Archives File No. S-30610. This soldier was allowed a pension in the amount of $31.66 semi-annually, effective from the 4th day of March, 1832. The 1790 census of Rutherford County, NC lists Charles Mullin(s) in the 10th Company, with one male over 16 years of age, three males under 16 years of age, and four females.

CHARLES MULLINS

     In October of 1832, Charles Mullins, then 83 years of age, appeared before the Circuit Court of Calloway County, Ky. And made application for a pension for his services during the Revolutionary War.

     Mullins stated that he was born in the State of Pennsylvania, on July 18, 1749, but that he was "principally raised in the State of Virginia." During the Revolutionary War, he moved to Rutherford County, N.C., where he settled on Broad River.

     His first tour of military service began as a volunteer on January 1st, 1780, under Captain Abraham Kuykendall and Lieutenant Robert McMinn, in Col. McLain's Regiment, for the purpose of "opposing the Tories." We were kep in service, and continued to "scour the country and watch and check the movements of the Tories" until February, when by order of Col. McLain, Capt Kuykendall and Lt. Stephen Langford raised a "Company of horses which I joined immediately." This company was raised for the purpose of "bringing in disorderly persons" and in ranging the county and watching the movements of the Indians. This tour of duty lasted for about three months.

     About the middle of May, Capt. Kuykendall ordered his company out again, this time as foot soldiers. They marched to the Indian frontier where they joined some other forces at Fort Hampton under the command of an officer by the name of Grant. This tour of duty continued throughout the remainder of the year (1780) during which time the troops "ranged thru the country round" scouting and guarding against surprise Indian attacks. Part of the time their company was stationed at Capshaw's Fort, and at Mills Station, and since all the troops were militiamen, they were occasionally permitted to go home for a few days at a time.

     After returning home from the Indian frontier about the last of December, 1780, the militiamen remained under the command of Capt. Kuykendall and were subject to call as the occasion demanded for the purpose of "watching the movements of the Tories, checking the incursions of the Indians, annoying the foraging or scouting parties of the British, and guarding and conducting prisoners" until the first of May, 1781.

     In the month of May, 1781, Charles Mullins volunteered in a company commanded by Capt. (Giving?) (Ewing?) of South Carolina, who reported to the Army of Gen. Green at the Seige of Ninety-Six. Here the company was placed under Col. Levi Casey who was ofo the "line of Col. Henderson," during the battle at Ninety-Six. About two days before the Seige of Ninety-Six, Mullins was granted a furlough to go home where he remained sick until about the first of August, 1781.

     After recovering from illness, Mullins then rejoined Gen. Green's Army at the High Hills of Santee where he joined Captain Ewell Lamkins company. Captain Lamkin was also from Rutherford County, and the Lieutenant was William Ross. The company remained at Santee on scouting duty, until General Green moved to Eutaw Springs. Capt. Lamkin's company then proceeded to Camden, where they crossed the Wateree River and proceeded down the south side of the river to join Gen. Green for the expected battle at Eutaw Springs.

     "We marched to Reynolds Mill about 15 miles below Camden where we were advised by the main Army to return by the way of Camden as we were in danger of the British horse. When we got to Camden we were ordered to take charge of the baggage which Gen. Green had sent to Camden for safety, and here we rejoined Gen. Green's army." At Santee, they were placed under command of Col. Malmedy, a Frenchman.

     "I had been about four months with the Army when I was again taken sick and put in the hospital at Camden where I remained several weeks before being permitted to go home on furlough which was granted by Lt. Ross. As my beloved Colonel Malmedy was about on some business and was shortly killed in a duel, and my Capt. Was sick and out of place, I got no written discharge, since Ross did not consider himself authorized to give me one."

     Mullins arrived at his home in Rutherford County about the end of December, 1781, and remained sick until February or March.

     Upon his recovering, Charles Mullins enlisted in a company commanded by Captain Jacob Vinzant and proceeded with Colonel Walker to guard a company of Tory prisoners to Salisbury, N.C. They were relieved of this duty and returned home in the Spring of 1782.

     Mullins stated that he did not know of anyone in the local vicinity who would verify his military service. "They are swept away by the ravages of the last half century, or if any be still surviving, they are living in places to me unknown.

     He further stated that he remained in N.C. for about 30 years, after which he moved to the State of Indiana where he remained about 9 years, and from there he had moved to Calloway County, Kentucky where he had been living for several years.

     He presented as character witnesses, Rev. Hugh Gilbert and Arthur H. Davis, both residents of the same county, who stated that they were well acquainted with Charles Mullins and believed that the facts he had given were true.

     There is no information in the pension file as to the date of death of Charles Mullins, nor, any information about his family. It is possible that some of his children, who would have been married before he migrated to Indiana, remained in the Rutherford area.

U. S. Census Records

Census1790In the 1790 Census Charles was listed as a head of household in Rutherford Co., North Carolina. Enumerated were"
     1 white male > 16, Charles
     3 white males < 17, unknowns
     4 white females, unknowns.3
Census1800Charles was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census in Rutherford Co., North Carolina. Enumerated were:
     1 white male < 10, unknown
     1 white male 10-16, unknown
     1 white male 16-26, unknown
     1 white male > 45, Charles
     1 white female < 10, unknown
     2 white female 10-16, unknowns
     1 whte female 16-26, unknown
     1 white female 26-45, unknown (wife?).4
Census1810Charles Mullins Jr. was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Rutherford Co., North Carolina. Enumerated were:
     1 white male < 10, unknown
     1 white male 10-16, unknown
     1 white male 16-26, unknown
     1 white male 26-45, unknown
     1 white male > 45, Charles
     1 white female < 10, unknown
     1 white female 10-16, unknown
     1 white female > 45, unknown (wife?).

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…
  2. [S902] Mullins Surname List, Rootsweb, online http://listsearches.rootsweb.com, CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 132).
  3. [S923] 2 August 1790, 1790 U. S. Census, North Carolina, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, Rutherford Co., page 141.
  4. [S924] 4 August 1800, 1800 U. S. Census, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, New Hanover, Richmond, Rowan, Rutherford, and Wilkes Cos., North Carolina, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 129.

Charles Mullins [Sr.]

#43743, b. circa 1730

Relationship5th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
Descent from Charles Mullins Sr. to Researcher

Major Life Events

     Charles Mullins [Sr.] was born circa 1730 in Pennsylvania.1 He married Mary ?.1

Children of Charles and Mary ?

Narrative

     Charles came from Pennsylvania to Halifax Co., Virginia, about 1752 or shortly thereafter.2

     Charles Mullins purchased two tracts of land containing 400 and 500 acres on Coleman Creek from William Byrd in 1762. In 1763, he purchased 136 acres on Dry Creek from John Yates, sold 170 acres on Roanoke River (Staunton River) to Benedictus Coleman, sold to Robert Gwinn Jr. 425 acres on Butterams Camp, and sold 136 acres on Dry Creek to John Murphy. He sold 400 acres on S. Roanoke River to John Hunter in 1765 and 500 acres on Halfway Creek to Roger Atkinson in 1766. In 1767, Charles purchased 347 acres on Coleman Creek and 237 acres on Mayo River from William Byrd. In 1768, he purchased 100 acres on Hill Creek from John London.1

     On 14 August 1767, Charles Mullin of Halifax Co., Virginia, deeded to Charles Mullin, Jr. of same, for natural love and affection and for his better maintenance, 227 acres on the north branch of Coleman's creek, provided that Charles Mullins, Sr. & Mary, his wife, have their living and maintenance off said land and premises during their lives.3

     Also on 14 August 1767, Charles Mullin, Sr. of Halifax Co., deeded to Nanny Mullin, of same, daughter of said Charles, for natural love and affection and for her better maintenance and preferement, 120 acres on the north branch of Colemans Creek.3

     On 17 November 1768, Charles Mullane of Halifax Co. deeded to Daniel Mullane of Halifax Co., son of the said Charles, for consideration of the natural love and affection for his son, about 127 acres of land at the County line joining Mayo Creek.3

     On 5 December 1774, Charles Mullen and his son Daniel Mullen of Halifax Co. deeded to Rodger Atkinson of Dinwiddie Co., for 30 pounds, a certain tract of land of 237 acres on the branches of Mayo Creek.3

     Charles Mullins of Halifax county sold to John Gordon of Orange Co., North Carolina, for 16 pounds 1 black passing horse named Buck branded o, 1 trotting white horse branded -, 2 cows and 1 yearling, 3 sheep, 1 feather bed and furniture, 2 iron pots and plates, 2 dishes, 1 woman's saddle, and 1 man's saddle, signed 2 April 1773 and recorded 17 June, 1773. Also recordd 17 June 1773, a bill of sale signed 12 April 1773, from Charles Mullins to John Gordon, for 20 pounds, 1 new barrel sill marked CH N 2.4

     19 March 1783, Charles Mullin Sr. and Charles Mullin Jr. of Halifax deeded to Peter Rogers of Halifax, for 300 pounds, about 150 acres on the north side of Coleman's Creek to have and to hold except for free privilege of said Mullins or his assignee to take water out of the same spring which he now makes use of.3

     He deeded Polly Mullins 136 acres on Dry Creek 25 July 1791.1

     23 July 1794, Charles Mullins Jr. of Rutherford County, North Carolina, and Charles Mullins Sr. of Halifax County, Virginia, made a deed to John Adams Sr. for 197 acres on Little Coleman Creek adjoining Joseph Jones, John Angus, Joseph Hewell Jr., and on the road that leads from Boyd's Ferry to Pryor's Ferry, being land where Charles Mullins Sr. now lives by virtue of an exception for live, a deed made by Charles Mullins Sr. to his son Charles Mullins Jr. which was recorded in Halifax County. Virginia. Now Charles Mullins Sr. to revise the said deed in favor of his son Charles Mullins jr. and joins in said deed of sale, releasign the exception of a life right in said land.5

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…
  2. [S902] Mullins Surname List, Rootsweb, online http://listsearches.rootsweb.com, CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File 234).
  3. [S902] Mullins Surname List, Rootsweb, online http://listsearches.rootsweb.com, CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 132).
  4. [S902] Mullins Surname List, Rootsweb, online http://listsearches.rootsweb.com, CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 136).
  5. [S902] Mullins Surname List, Rootsweb, online http://listsearches.rootsweb.com, CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 164).

Daniel Mullins1

#43744, b. circa 1752, d. before 1810

Relationships4th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
Son of Charles Mullins [Sr.]
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
Descent from Charles Mullins Sr. to Researcher
FatherCharles Mullins [Sr.] b. c 1730
MotherMary ? b. c 1730

Major Life Events

     Daniel Mullins was born circa 1752.1 He married Elizabeth ?.1 Daniel died before 1810.2

Children of Daniel and Elizabeth ?

Narrative

     Daniel appears in the 1790 U. S. Census in Burke Co., North Carolina. In the 1800 U. S. Census he appears in Rutherford Co., North Carolina. According to the 1850 U. S. Census for Cannon Co., Tennessee, Ezekiel, son of Daniel was born circa 1790, in Georgia. Is the recording in the Census incorrect or did Daniel and family move to Georgia after the 1790 census was taken, and then back to Rutherford Co., North Caroilna?

     There is a Daniel Mullins who served in the Revolutionary War. However, there is another contemporary Daniel Mullins, son of John Mullins, and it is not cleared which Daniel served in the War. It is logical to assume that Daniel, son of Charles Sr. would have served in the War like his brother Charles Jr. This Daniel served three years in the Revolutionary War, most of the time as a private, in the 5th and 11th Regiment under Col. William Russell and Capt. Thomas Wills; also the 15th Regiment under Major Gustavius B. Wallace in June 1778; by December, under Col. Daniel Morgan; also under Col. Buford; and was at Valley Forge.3

U. S. Census Records

Census1790In the 1790 Census Daniel was listed as a head of household in Burke Co., North Carolina. Enumerated were:
          1 White male > 16, Daniel
          1 White male < 16, Daniel Coleman
          4 White females, Elizabeth, Sarah, Milley?, Unknown.4
Census1800Daniel was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census in Rutherford Co., North Carolina. Enumberated were:
          1 white male 10-16, Daniel Coleman
          1 white male > 45, Daniel
          1 white female 0-10, Unknown
          1 white female 10-16, Milley?
          1 white female 16-26, Sarah
          1 white female > 45, Elizabeth.5

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…
  2. [S902] Mullins Surname List, Rootsweb, online http://listsearches.rootsweb.com, CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 234).
  3. [S902] Mullins Surname List, Rootsweb, online http://listsearches.rootsweb.com, CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 145).
  4. [S923] 2 August 1790, 1790 U. S. Census, North Carolina, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, Burke Co., page 94.
  5. [S924] 4 August 1800, 1800 U. S. Census, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, New Hanover, Richmond, Rowan, Rutherford, and Wilkes Cos., North Carolina, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 126.
  6. [S923] 2 August 1790, 1790 U. S. Census, North Carolina, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 94.

Daniel Coleman Mullins Jr.1

#43745, b. circa 1816, d. before 1860

Relationships2nd great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Great-grandson of Charles Mullins [Sr.]
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr. (#1)
Descendants of Charles Mullins Sr. (#2)
FatherDaniel Coleman Mullins b. c 1785, d. 1857
MotherOridema Lyle b. c 1793, d. 1855

Major Life Events

     Daniel Coleman Mullins Jr. was born circa 1816 in Tennessee.1,2,3 He married Martha Jane Mullins, daughter of Ezekiel Mullins and Rebecca James, on 25 July 1839 in Cannon Co., Tennessee.1,4,5 Daniel died before 1860 in Tennessee.1

Children of Daniel and Martha Jane Mullins

U. S. Census Records

Census1840Daniel was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census in Cannon Co., Tennessee. Enumerated were:
          1 White Male 20-30, Daniel
          1 White Female 15-20, Martha Jane.6
Census1850Daniel Coleman Mullins Jr. was listed at age 34, born in Tennessee, occupation as a farmer, as a member of the household of Daniel Coleman Mullins in Cannon Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1850 enumerated 19 October 1850.7

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…
  2. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Mullins Family Genealogy, ID#I13776.
  3. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 388 , line 42, dwelling 536, family 536.
  4. [S899] Helen L. Rogers, Cannon Co., TN Marriage Records 1838-1899, page 160.
  5. [S922] Cannon Co., Tennessee, Cannon Co. TN Marriages, Vol. A, Mar. 1838-Feb. 1850: page 15.
  6. [S900] June 1, 1840, 1840 U. S. Census, Bedford, Cannon, and Coffee Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 140.
  7. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 388 , line 37, dwelling 536, family 536.

Daniel Coleman Mullins1

#43746, b. circa 1785, d. 1857

Relationships3rd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
Grandson of Charles Mullins [Sr.]
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
Descent from Charles Mullins Sr. to Researcher
FatherDaniel Mullins b. c 1752, d. b 1810
MotherElizabeth ?

Major Life Events

     Daniel Coleman Mullins was born circa 1785 in Virginia.1,2,3,4 He married Oridema Lyle, daughter of John Lyle, between 1805 and 1809 in Rutherford Co., North Carolina.1,5 Daniel died in 1857 in Short Mountain, Cannon Co., Tennessee.1

Children of Daniel and Oridema Lyle

Narrative

     Daniel moved to Warren Co., Tennessee, by 1812 and appeared in the tax list. In the 1820 Warren Co., Tennessee Census his household consisted of 6 males and 3 females. In the 1840 Warren Co., Tennessee Census his household consisted of 5 males and 3 females.

     On 15 January 1841, Daniel Mullins witnessed the sale of land near Short Mountain, Cannon County, Tennessee by Ezekiel Mullins and Joseph Mullins.

     There is a story in the Old McGuffey Reader that is family lore in the Mullins family. It seems Daniel went to town for supplies, leaving his wife and children at home. They were asleep one night when Didema suddenly awakened, heard noises, and whispered to the children to slip out the window. She was the last and so large she could barely get through the window. But they all got out and ran to hide in the forest in a hugh tree stump. The next morning they found that Indians had ransacked and destroyed everything in the house.

     On 20 February 1840, Daniel C. Mullins deeded 15 acres on the head waters of the east fork of Stone's River to Job Stephens.6 Daniel C. Mullins deeded 50 acres to Robert K. Stephens on 3 Dec. 1840.7 On 30 December Hiram Morris deeded 22 acres on Sycamore Fork of the Clear Rock to Daniel C. Mullins.8 Daniel C. Mullins deeded 20 acres on Cyemore fork of clear fork to William B. Nokes (believed to be brother or Thomas Nokes Jr., husband of Susan Mullins) on 1 September 1841. On 23 October 1846, Daniel C. Mullins deeded 50 acres in the 9th District to James Smithson and William S. Clark.9 I am assuming that this is Daniel C. Sr. although some of these transactions could be Daniel C. Jr.1

U. S. Census Records

Census1810Daniel Coleman Mullins was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Rutherford Co., North Carolina. Enumerated were:
          1 white male < 10, Jubilee?
          1 white male 10-16, unknown
          1 white male 16-25, Daniel Coleman
          1 white female 16-25, Oridema.
Census1820Daniel was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census in Warren Co., Tennessee. Enumerated were:
          3 White Males Under 10, Joseph, Daniel Jr., David
          1 White Male 10-16, Jubilee
          1 White Male 16-26, Unknown
          1 White Male 26-45, Daniel Sr.
          1 White Female Under 10, Unknown
          1 White Female 26-45, probably Oridema
          1 White Female 45 and over, Unknown.10
Census1840Daniel was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census in Cannon Co., Tennessee. Enumerated were:
          1 White Male 5-10, William
          2 White Males 10-15, Unknowns
          1 White Male 30-40, Jubilee
          1 White Male 50-60, Daniel
          1 White Female 5-10, Louisa
          1 White Female 15-20, Sarah
          1 White Female 40-50, Oridema.4
Census1850In the Census of 1850 enumerated 19 October 1850, Daniel Coleman Mullins was listed as a head of household in Cannon Co., Tennessee. He was listed at age 65, occupation as a farmer with property value of $700, born in Virginia. Also enumerated in the household: Didema Mullins, Jubilee Mullins, Louisa Mullins, William H. Mullins, Daniel Coleman Mullins Jr., Martha Jane Mullins, Jubilee Mullins, Julian Mullins, John Henry Mullins, Lavina Jane Mullins and Joseph C. Mullins.3

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…
  2. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Mullins Family Genealogy, ID#I13776.
  3. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 388 , line 37, dwelling 536, family 536.
  4. [S900] June 1, 1840, 1840 U. S. Census, Bedford, Cannon, and Coffee Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 142.
  5. [S902] Mullins Surname List, Rootsweb, online http://listsearches.rootsweb.com, CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 234).
  6. [S875] Thomas E. Partlow, Cannon Co., TN Deed Books A-L, page 56.
  7. [S875] Thomas E. Partlow, Cannon Co., TN Deed Books A-L, page 61.
  8. [S875] Thomas E. Partlow, Cannon Co., TN Deed Books A-L, page 64.
  9. [S875] Thomas E. Partlow, Cannon Co., TN Deed Books A-L, page 101.
  10. [S903] August 7, 1820, 1820 U. S. Census, Bedford, Davidson, Hardin, Hickman, Humphreys, Montgomery, Overton, Perry, Warren,Wayne, White, and Wilson Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 8.

David Lyle Mullins1

#43747, b. 4 March 1818

Relationships2nd great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Great-grandson of Charles Mullins [Sr.]
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
FatherDaniel Coleman Mullins b. c 1785, d. 1857
MotherOridema Lyle b. c 1793, d. 1855

Major Life Events

     David Lyle Mullins was born on 4 March 1818 in Tennessee.1,2,3 He married Leah E. Covington on 4 June 1840.4,5,6

Children of David and Leah E. Covington

U. S. Census Records

Census1840David was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census in Cannon Co., Tennessee. Enumerated were:
          1 White Male 20-30, David
          1 White Female 20-30, Leah.7
Census1850In the Census of 1850 enumerated 18 October 1850, David Lyle Mullins was listed as a head of household in Cannon Co., Tennessee. He was listed at age 31, occupation as a blacksmith with property value of $25, born in Tennessee. Also enumerated in the household: Leah E. Mullins, John W. Mullins, William J. Mullins, Martha A. Mullins and Catherine T. Mullins.8
Census1860In the Census of 1860 enumerated 5 July 1860, David Lyle Mullins was listed as a head of household in Coffee Co., Tennessee. He was listed at age 40, occupation as a wool ? with real estate value of $300 and personal estate value of $150, born in Tennessee. Also enumerated in the household: Leah E. Mullins, William J. Mullins, Martha A. Mullins, Catherine T. Mullins, Thomas Mullins, Josephine Mullins and James B. Mullins.3
Census1870In the Census of 1870 enumerated 8 June 1870, David Lyle Mullins was listed as a head of household in Cannon Co., Tennessee. He was listed at age 50, occupation as a blacksmith with property value of $300, born in Tennessee. Also enumerated in the household: Leah E. Mullins, Thomas Mullins, Josephine Mullins, James B. Mullins and Luttica Mullins.2

Citations

  1. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Mullins Family Genealogy, ID#I13776.
  2. [S919] 1 June 1870, 1870 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 111, line 38, dwelling 49, family 49.
  3. [S920] 1 June 1860, 1860 U. S. Census, Coffee Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 51, line 10, dwelling 733, family 733.
  4. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 385 , line 21, dwelling 482, family 482.
  5. [S899] Helen L. Rogers, Cannon Co., TN Marriage Records 1838-1899, page 160.
  6. [S922] Cannon Co., Tennessee, Cannon Co. TN Marriages, Vol. A, Mar. 1838-Feb. 1850: page 29.
  7. [S900] June 1, 1840, 1840 U. S. Census, Bedford, Cannon, and Coffee Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 139.
  8. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 385 , line 20, dwelling 482, family 482.
  9. [S919] 1 June 1870, 1870 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 111, line 40, dwelling 49, family 49.
  10. [S919] 1 June 1870, 1870 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 112, line 1, dwelling 49, family 49.
  11. [S919] 1 June 1870, 1870 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 112, line 2, dwelling 49, family 49.
  12. [S919] 1 June 1870, 1870 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 112, line 3, dwelling 49, family 49.

Elijah Mullins1

#43748, b. circa 1823

Relationships1st cousin 4 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
Great-grandson of Charles Mullins [Sr.]
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
FatherEzekiel Mullins b. c 1790, d. 1858
MotherRebecca James b. c 1793

Major Life Events

     Elijah Mullins was born circa 1823 in Tennessee.1,2,3

U. S. Census Records

Census1850Elijah Mullins was listed at age 27, born in Tennessee, occupation as a farmer, as a member of the household of Ezekiel Mullins in Cannon Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1850 enumerated 28 August 1850.4

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…
  2. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 397, line 13, dwelling 35, family 35.
  3. [S900] June 1, 1840, 1840 U. S. Census, Bedford, Cannon, and Coffee Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 121.
  4. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 397, line 10, dwelling 35, family 35.

Ezekiel Mullins

#43749, b. circa 1790, d. 1858

Relationships3rd great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
Grandson of Charles Mullins [Sr.]
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
FatherDaniel Mullins b. c 1752, d. b 1810
MotherElizabeth ?

Major Life Events

     Ezekiel Mullins was born circa 1790 in Georgia.1,2,3,4 He married Rebecca James.1 Ezekiel died in 1858 in Robertson Co., Texas.1

Children of Ezekiel and Rebecca James

Narrative

     On 22 December 1836, Thomas St. John deeded 30 1/2 acres on the east fork of Stone's River to Ezekiel Mullins.5 On 4 January 1844, Ezekiel Mullins deeded 46 1/2 acres on the east fork of Stone's River, "it being the tract where I now live" to John A. Mullins.6 On 26 November Ezekiel Mullins and others deeded 64 acres in the 6th District to John Ward.7

U. S. Census Records

Census1820Ezekiel was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census in Warren Co., Tennessee. Enumerated were:
          1 White Male Under 10, Unknown
          1 White Male 26-45, Ezekiel
          4 White Females Under 10, Sunnitt, and three unknowns
          1 White Female 26-45, Rebecca.3
Census1830Ezekiel was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census in Warren Co., Tennessee. Enumerated were:
          2 White Males Under 5, Frances, William
          2 White Males 5-10, Elijah, Unknown
          1 White Males 10-15, Unknown
          1 White Male 40-50, Ezekiel
          2 White Females 5-10, Martha Jane, Unknown
          2 White Females 10-15, Sunnitt, Unknown
          1 White Female 15-20, Unknown
          1 White Female 30-40, Rebecca.4
Census1840Ezekiel was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census in Cannon Co., Tennessee. Enumerated were:
          3 White Males 10-15, William, Francis, Unknown
          1 White Male 15-20, Elijah
          1 White Male 20-30, Unknown
          1 White Male 50-60, Ezekiel
          1 White Female under 5, Susan
          3 White Females 5-10, Paralee, Mary,
          1 White Female 20-30, Unknown
          1 White Female 40-50, Rebecca.2
Census1850In the Census of 1850 enumerated 28 August 1850, Ezekiel Mullins was listed as a head of household in Cannon Co., Tennessee. He was listed at age 60, occupation as a farmer with property not listed, born in Georgia. Also enumerated in the household: Rebecca Mullins, Sunnitt (Samantha?) Mullins, Elijah Mullins, William L. Mullins, Frances Marion Mullins, Paralee Rebecca Mullins, Mary Penelope Mullins and Susan A. Mullins.8

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…
  2. [S900] June 1, 1840, 1840 U. S. Census, Bedford, Cannon, and Coffee Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 121.
  3. [S903] August 7, 1820, 1820 U. S. Census, Bedford, Davidson, Hardin, Hickman, Humphreys, Montgomery, Overton, Perry, Warren,Wayne, White, and Wilson Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 28.
  4. [S904] June 1, 1830, 1830 U. S. Census, Shelby, Smith, Sumner, Stewart, Tipton, and Warren Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 29.
  5. [S875] Thomas E. Partlow, Cannon Co., TN Deed Books A-L, page 34.
  6. [S875] Thomas E. Partlow, Cannon Co., TN Deed Books A-L, page 84.
  7. [S875] Thomas E. Partlow, Cannon Co., TN Deed Books A-L, page 131.
  8. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 397, line 10, dwelling 35, family 35.

Frances Marion Mullins

#43750, b. circa 1829

Relationships1st cousin 4 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
Great-grandson of Charles Mullins [Sr.]
ChartsDescendants of Charles Mullins Sr.
FatherEzekiel Mullins b. c 1790, d. 1858
MotherRebecca James b. c 1793

Major Life Events

     Frances Marion Mullins was born circa 1829 in Tennessee.1,2,3 He married Mary Jane McMillian on 9 July 1889.1

Family of Frances and Mary Jane McMillian

U. S. Census Records

Census1850Frances Marion Mullins was listed at age 21, born in Tennessee, occupation as a farmer, as a member of the household of Ezekiel Mullins in Cannon Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1850 enumerated 28 August 1850.4

Citations

  1. [S898] Descendants of Charles Mullins, online http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/…
  2. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 397, line 15, dwelling 35, family 35.
  3. [S900] June 1, 1840, 1840 U. S. Census, Bedford, Cannon, and Coffee Counties, Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 121.
  4. [S901] 1 June 1850, 1850 U. S. Census, Campbell and Cannon Cos., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 397, line 10, dwelling 35, family 35.