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Re: Origins of the Mullikins?
Posted by: John Eugene Mullikin Date: January 11, 2002 at 13:05:12
In Reply to: Re: Origins of the Mullikins? by Sharon of 298

Its amazing how many stories are different about the early Mullikins. I live in Dorchester Co. Md not far from where I have always heard the Mullikins originally settled. Mullikins were the 19th family to settle in Dor Co. They came across the Bay to Parsons creek from P>G> Co Md. Later moved to Talbot Co Md. There is today stilla small village in P.G. Co named Mullikin. It appears on old maps(Goode's World Atlas and old Exxon road maps). Even today witha good west wind one could row from P.G. Co. to Parsons Creek with no trouble at all. I have always heard the 2 family branches did not get along but who knows? Any questions let me know and I will try to help. Also have heard they came from Ireland on the first boat to Md.(can't remember the name) with Cecil Calvert but one brother left to come to Dor Co. Probably moved to Talbot Co. because mosquitoes were to bad.


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