No second edition thus far, but I did a volumne on my Wilkes/Iredell branch which wound up in Missouri in 1866.
I continue working on anything post 1774 which might help clarify the apparent "gap," 1774-82, after which both the Wilkes/Iredell co. and the Anson/Union co. branches are pretty clearly mapped out.
No one has been able to come up with 1780s Willougby Mullis' origins in Virginia, nor track his descendants afterward. Also the following isolated tid-bits have been unearthed: A possible Alex Mullis was recorded in Amherst Co., Va. ca. 1760 deed/witness with possible tie-in with Francis Mullice in Anson c. 1807; Wm. Mullace in Wilkes/Iredell/Surry military district, N. C. April 1782;
Anyone have any ideas? Thanks, Art Mullies A75551@aol.com
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