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1 1 _UID 7FADFB6D43EAD411AFE200E029599CC3F819 Family F2274
 
2 1 _UID 81ADFB6D43EAD411AFE200E029599CC3FA39 Family F2275
 
3 1 _UID 83ADFB6D43EAD411AFE200E029599CC3FC59
 
Family F2276
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2277
 
5 1508 Charles Raper Jonas Highw
Mount Holly, NC 28120
(704) 827-6750

http://www.hillcrestgardenscemetery.com 
Mullis, Lunie Bell (I7635)
 
6 1993-2002 White Pages, Little Rock, AR, USA: Acxiom Corporation Source (S488)
 
7 The Federal Troops Were Coming To Chickamauga, Georgia

Mary Ann Myers went out to the garden and dug a trench 3 feet deep. She took their meat out of the smokehouse, wrapped it and put it in the trench about the length of a grave. She took a garden tool and made it look just like the rest of the garden as if it had been plowed. Then she went back to the house but didn't get the money hidden before the Yankees came. They said they wanted the meat, too. She said there wasn't any meat. So they said they had to take the horses. She said they needed the horses to plow the garden. They said, "If we can't have the horses, we'll burn the house." She told them to take the horses. They went into the house and took the money from the mantle and then took the horses...There were two.

It was after Christmas that she went to the headquarters of the Federal Troops and went right to the officer in charge. She said, "We have to have a horse." She stood right up to him and said, "If we don't have a horse we'll starve."

She left there with a horse!

*This story credited to Velma Wilson Stepp, as Mary Ann had told it to Velma's mother. Mary Ann Myers was Velma's great grandmother. 
Myers, Mary Ann (I7865)
 
8

Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrations, 1863-1865. NM-65, entry 172, 620 volumes. Records of the Provost Marshal General’s Bureau (Civil War), Record Group 110. National Archives, Washington D.C.

 
Source (S523)
 
9 A conflicting source tells us the couple was married January 14, 1874.
 
Mullis, James Edmund (I298)
 
10 A conflicting source tells us the couple was married January 14, 1874.
 
Love, Nancy Ellen (I300)
 
11 According to Ann Villone Courts (niece of Peter), Margaret was a common law wife. Family F99
 
12 According to Ann Villone Courts, Rose was a blonde headed child who was run over by a horse and wagon and killed Villone, Rose (I274)
 
13 According to Charles Purser's research, David Purser died around 1832 and Anna remarried to John Rushing. John raised the four boys and he and Anna had three sons. The tragic events for Ann a Mullis Purser Rushing is that she lost five sons during the war between the states; two of David's
and three of John's. 
Mullis, Anna (I3727)
 
14 According to Darleen his daughter, the remains were never found and ashes from the plane wreck site were used as a substitute for the body.

His stone is Plot: B, 3640 
Vanvolkenburg, Lyle Daniel (I343)
 
15 According to Darleen Vanvolkenburg Brill, this was the church that Laverna's mother Jeanette and stepfather Henry Wolf went to. Family F1
 
16 According to Reece Haskel Howard: After their marriage they lived with Conley’s parents for a short time. Then they moved in with Veda’s widowed mother on Hailer Gin Road and helped her run the family farm. Family F3164
 
17 According to the Mullis Melange Book. Calvin and Mary Jane were never married, but they had a daughter together (Margaret Mullis). Calvin and Mary Jane were first cousins.
 
Family F67
 
18 Alex Boss served in the Spanish conflict, the first world war, second world war and the Korean war. He received war injury's in the first world war and his brother Otis Eugene Boss I, was killed in that war and is buried in Flanders Field in France. His son's Alex Marvin (Mark) and Oits Eugene Sr, Served in the second world war with him. Otis Eugene Jr. served in the Vietnam war in the marines and was written up in a National Service Publication for an almost impossible rescue by helicopter. He was born on the 4th of July and was allowed to stay behind the lines on his birthday. Boss, Alex (I1545)
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Boss, Alex Marvin (I1579)
 
20 Ambrose Costner was one of the founders of Gaston Female College. Costner, Ambrose (I526)
 
21 Amos purchased land from Marcus Wike as shown in Gaston Book of Deeds boo 1 page 621
 
Morris, Amos (I774)
 
22 Ann Villone Courts (the niece of Peter and Jeanette) remembers Peter and Jeanette getting divorced. Family F97
 
23 Beneficiary Identification Records Locator Subsystem (BIRLS) Death File, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Source (S464)
 
24 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1259
 
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mullis, Julie Ann (I267)
 
26 Both died of Yellow Fever. Their children moved to Philadephia, PA to live with members of the Stewart Family. No further information. Family F613
 
27 Buried in Section I. Site 126. Mullis, Heath Bunyan (I4722)
 
28 Buried on her grandfather Amandan's lot Baker, Leah E. (I373)
 
29 Calvin and Temperance are burried in the Old Brooks Family Cemetery (aka Old Jim Brooks Cemetery) located on New Hope Road near Gold Mine Branch and Behind New Hope Baptist Church. They are burried side by side in the woods with an unknown family member. The stones had been etched, but were mostly unreadable when visited in 2007. There has also been a marker ercted in the New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery for Calvin and Temperance Mullis. I am not sure why it was ercted there? Family F1499
 
30 Charles and Pherby moved to Georgia.
 
Family F85
 
31 Commonwealth of Kentucky, Health Data Branch, Divisision of Epidemiology and Health Planning, Kentucky Death Index, 1911-present, Frankfort, KY, USA: Kentucky Department of Information Systems Source (S505)
 
32 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2165
 
33 Dexter, Mary, and Dexter (the child) all died when their home caught fire. Family F31
 
34 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tarlton, Clomar (I8662)
 
35 Died from a lightning strike. Mullis, Temperance Ann (I7574)
 
36 Died From Wounds.
 
Mullis, John Marshall (I1741)
 
37 Died of disease Company I, 37th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 17 Jul 1864 at Chaffin's Farm, VA.

Chaffin's Farm/New Market Heights
Other Names: Combats at New Market Heights, Forts Harrison, Johnson, and Gilmer; Laurel Hill
Location: Henrico County
Campaign: Richmond\endash Petersburg Campaign (June 1864-March 1865)

Park Net National Park Service 2008
http://www.nps.gov/history/hps/abpp/battles/va075.htm 
Mullis, J. Coleman (I203)
 
38 Died shortly after the birth of Charlotte. Caudle, Rebecca (I207)
 
39 Died soon after marriage. Mullis, Annie (I1763)
 
40 Division of Vital Records, Arkansas Department of Health, Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950, Arkansas: Arkansas Genealogical Society Source (S471)
 
41 Elizabeth never married. Costner, Alizabeth (I519)
 
42 Emannuel and his family left North Carolina and moved to Coldwater, Wayne County, Missouri
Catherine could not read or write. 
Wills, Catherine (I516)
 
43 Emannuel and his family left North Carolina and moved to Coldwater, Wayne County, Missouri Costner, Emanuel (I515)
 
44 Eonard and Cora bought 50 acres of land in east mecklenburg from his father's sister and her husband, Dora and Press Allen, when they moved to Concord. Family F778
 
45 Family lore has it that Benjamin moved his family to North Carolina when his son Vincent was nine. There is conflicting evidence in that Ben and his son Vincent are listed as living in Bedford County, Virginia on the 1810 Bedford County, Virginia Census during this time. Morris, Benjamin (I269)
 
46 Find a Grave shows the death date as May 9th, 1975.

The Mullis Melange Book lists death date on page 25 as 1973. 
Mullis, Albert Lemuel (I2038)
 
47 Find A Grave, : Find A Grave Source (S497)
 
48 Find A Grave, : Find A Grave Source (S500)
 
49 Find A Grave, : Find A Grave Source (S507)
 
50 Find A Grave, : Find A Grave Source (S513)
 

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