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Re: John Mullikin of the Revolution...
Posted by: aaron davis (ID *****9210) Date: April 20, 2002 at 23:13:26
In Reply to: John Mullikin of the Revolution... by Colby Carter of 298

I have info. on one John Mullikin who had a twin sister named Elizabeth, born Feb.23,1752,father Lewis,mother Mary who enlisted with his younger brother in the Continental army in 1776,"The Company of Foot" under Capt. Benjamin Speaker,attached to the "Flying Corps" under Col. Murdock and in General Smallwood's Brigade also under Capt. Riggs. See records in Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore,Maryland-Maryland Revolutionary Records by Harvey W.Newmon,page39-originally see Revolutionary Book page 96 and 115.After the war it says he married and moved to Kentucky and then to Indiana.He had six sons in the war of 1812,of which 1 died and all five others were wounded.This info comes from the book:"The Mullikins and Mullicans of North Carolina"I am a descendant of this Johns younger brother Lewis who moved to N.C. in Oct.1781


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