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James Mullins

James Mullins

Posted: 1048093927000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1051244315000
I am interested in any information that may be found on James Knox Polk Mullins. He was living with his son-in-law in 1916 on Long Lake Road in Long Lake Wisconsin. he is a veteran of the Civil War and was at that time 71 years of age.

He returned to Wisconsin in 1916 and is not on the 1920 Census. Any information about the man or his grave location would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Stephen D. Bowling

Re: James Mullins

Vince Barker (View posts)
Posted: 1051535123000
Classification: Query
Surnames: James KP Mullins
Hey Steve!
Faron just told me about this guy. I am on it. Thanks,
Vince

Re: James Mullins

Posted: 1051540280000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1065464856000
Thanks, Vince.
Our Northern SCV Brothers is open and active.
Thanks for your hard work up there.

Stephen

Re: James Mullins

Posted: 1051540909000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1093729633000
No problem Steve. Not much I would rather do than locate Confederate veterans up here. The county register of deeds office is looking for Mullins' death certificate as we speak and I am supposed to call them back in an hour to see if they found it.
I mentioned to Faron that there are several potential Confederates buried in Langlade County, which borders Forest County to the south (Florence County is to the north). I was hoping to find a Kentuckian (Faron is working on that one) but it looks like I have found a veteran from the 6th Louisiana for sure and possibly a Tennessee veteran.
I'll keep you posted. Hope all is well with you down there. I will be in touch,
Vince

Re: James Mullins

Posted: 1331616876000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Mullins, Little
Dont know if you're still following this thread or not but I do believe the person you're looking for may be James K Polk Mullins b abt 1845 in Kentucky. He was a son of Joseph Gentry Mullins II, b. 1822 and Joanna Little. The reason why I believe this is your guy is because Ive been researching his brother Edmund who reportedly moved to Wisconsin to be with his son Edward. So it appears that James K Polk Mullins, and Edmund/Edmond/Edward Mullins were both living in Wisconsin at the same time.

Re: James Mullins

Posted: 1336080768000
Classification: Query
Check with Cindy Halada (Mrs. John) who is clerk of Long Lake. I believe she is also in charge of the cemetery. I'm not even sure if LL had a cemetery that early. Our museum in Florence (Florence Co.) is doing a Civil War display. What do you know of Mullins? Debbie DeMuri dkd@borderlandnet.net
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