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Re: 1820 census-William Mullins? Any tax lists available after?
Posted by: Mary McNeece (ID *****0923) Date: June 21, 2010 at 03:47:13
In Reply to: Re: 1820 census-William Mullins? Any tax lists available after? by John Johnson of 1195

Thanks for the information about William Mullins and Frances Estes, and their daughter Susan Eustis Mullins who married Thomas Cook. So now it seems certain that the Cooks, Mullins and McNece families all moved to Lawrence Co, IL together in the 1830's. The charter members of the Lawrence Co. Little Ambraw Church (Church of Christ)include: Allen G. McNeice and his wife Martha, William Mullins and his wife Francis, Susan Cook and several others with the same last names. (This church still exists as Pleasant Ridge Christian Church.)


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