Partial Listing

Location: Near Newton.

MULLINS, John H. Private, Company “E” 15th Alabama Infantry Regiment. Born January 19, 1841 Randolph County, Georgia. Died March 21, 1911 in Dale County Alabama. Buried Lee Cemetery, south of Ozark, Dale County Alabama. John was the son of Catherine Gibson buried Daleville City Cemetery, Dale County Alabama and Lewis Mullins buried Lee Cemetery; m. (1) Theodocia E. Lee, (1850-1888) (2) Florence Owens, d. 1930; enlisted at Newton Dale County Alabama; captured Gettysburg in 1863 and held as POW until war's end.

MULLINS, Lewis Born April 27, 1815. Died June 23, 1868. Buried in the Lee Family Cemetery Dale County Alabama. "His Happy Soul Has Winged Its Way To One Pure Bright Eternal Day”. Age 53 years, 1 month and 26 days. The grave is enclosed by a heart pine picket fence bolted together with pegs (no nails), painted white. It was still in good condition in 1939. Married Catherine Gipson - b. February 26,1819 - d. July 10,1888 "Dying Is But Going Home". Age 69 years, 4 months and 14 days. Buried in Daleville City Cemetery, Daleville, Dale County Alabama. They had 10 Children.

MULLINS, Sampson Quinton, was born January 15, 1839 near Ozark, Alabama (Dale County) and was killed by lightning August 10, 1893 near Newton, Dale County Alabama. He was buried in the old Lee’s Cemetery near Newton Dale County Alabama. He was the son of Catherine Gibson and Lewis Mullins (b. April 27, 1815 - d. June 23, 1868, and buried in the Lee Family Cemetery Dale County Alabama). Sampson was married twice to sisters (1st) Anamelia Jane Lee and (2nd) Rebecca Sephronia Lee born July 3, 1863 near Ozark, Alabama and died September 16, 1948 in Chipley, Florida. To the union of Sampson and Anamelia Mullins the following children were born: 1) Sampson Augustus Mullins Married Elizabeth MacArthur; 2) Mollie Mullins Married Angus Reynolds; 2) Tennie Mullins Married Early Parrish; 4) John Lewis Mullins Married Floy Windham; 5) Claudia Mullins Married James Reynolds; 6) Fred Loften Mullins Married Nora Killebrew. To the union of Sampson and Rebecca Mullins the following children were born: 1) James Edward Mullins b. July 22, 1879 married 1st to Eva Adcock and 2nd Josephine Defnall; 2) Ernest Kinnon Mullins b. August 5, 1881 Unmarried; 3) Belle Mullins b. November 18, 1883 married William Oscar Johnson; 4) Lev Dewitt Muffins b. May 18, 1887 married Ethel Williams; 5) Alma Mullins September 24, 1889 married James McCormick; 6) Cecil Mullins b. January 17, 1893 married Cora Brock. Samuel Quinton Mullins enlisted March 4, 1862 at Westville, Alabama by Lieutenant William A. Edwards as a (Private, Company “B” 15th Alabama Infantry Regiment). Surrendered at April 9, 1865 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia. Della Grimes, S. Q. Mullins’ youngest sister, told how he came walking home after the war from an easterly direction she and some of her sisters were out on the porch. All at once there appeared a heavily bearded man, shaggily dressed, with no shoes except ragged leather pieces barely holding together, whom she had never seen before. She screamed for her mother, who asked the man who he was. “Why, Ma, don’t you know me?” It seems he had a hard time trying to make his identity known to his family, but when he finally did they gave him a hearty welcome.

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