Edward MULLINS John MULLINS Thomas MULLINS Anne MALONE Margaret MANLEY Mini tree diagram

Thomas MULLINS3,1,5

17141,2,3,4 - 17603

Life History


Born in Gravesend, St George Parish, Kent, England.1,2,3,4


Resident in came to the Colonies as an indentured servant.4,1

about 1740

Birth of son John MULLINS in Granville County, North Carolina.1,5


Married Anne MALONE in Granville, Granville, North Carolina.3

19th Jul 1741

Birth of son Thomas MULLINS in Albemarle Parish, Surrey, Virginia.1


Died in Granville, Granville, North Carolina.3


  • Another genelaogy has made available the following information on Thomas Mullins, including information from Ancestry.com.

    Thomas Mullins (son of Edward Mullins and Margaret Manley) was born 1714 in Gravesend, County Kent, England, and died 1780 in Granville, Granville Co., NC.  He married Anne Malone on Abt. 1738. [Another source gives Anne's name as Clements.  I have not been able to clarify, or find other information for Anne.]

    Notes for Thomas Mullins:
    He emigrated to America at age 19 as an indentured blacksmith for a period of four years to Peter Simpson of London or his assignees to serve in South Carolina "his Majesties plantation in America.  Thomas Mullins appears in the 1755 Granville County, North Carolina Tax List.  In the 1762 tax list of Granville County, Thomas Mullins Sr. paid a tithe on his son John Mullins and Thomas Mullins Jr. was in his own household.

    The 1771 Bute County, North Carolina Tax List has Thomas Mullins with 1000 acres more or less and two male negroes above the age of 16.

    Thomas Mullins
    1733, Age 19
    South Carolina
    Source Publication Code:   3690.1
    Date of indenture and colony to which bound. An A has been inserted by indexer to indicate that page number appears as a roman numeral in the introductory material of the source indexed. Additionally, additions and corrections listed on page xxvii in the source were incorporated into and indexed as part of the affected immigrant's main listing. Parish and county, occupation, initials of agent, years of service, whether signed or marked, and page number of the record in "Agreements to Serve in America" which is located at the Guildhall in London, England, are also provided.
    --  Source Bibliography:   KAMINKOW, JACK, and MARION KAMINKOW. A List of Emigrants from England to America, 1718-1759. Baltimore: Magna Carta Book Co., 1984. Reprinted, with additional records originally incorporated in the "new edition" of 1981, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1989. 292p. Page 162

    Children of Thomas Mullins and Anne Malone are:
    Thomas Mullins, b. 19 Jul 1741, Albemarle Parish, Surry Co, VA, d. Bet. 1800 - 1801
    John Mullins, b. 11 Aug 1743, Albermarle Parish, Surry County, Colony of VA., d. 09 Apr 1784, Crooked Creek, NC
    Jeremiah Mullins, b. 1748, Granville Co., NC, d. 13 Sep 1836, Jones Co., GA
    Clement Mullins, b. 1750, Granville Co., NC, d. 04 Jul 1833, Copiah Co., MS
    Nathaniel Mullins, b. 2 Dec 1753, Granville County (later Franklin County), North Carolina, d. 08 Jul 1840, Macon Co., Alabama
    Malone Mullins, b. 1754, Bute County (now Franklin County), North Carolina.
    --  Accessed at http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/ViewStory.aspx?tid=9735530&pid=-589744440&oid=da23318f-63d6-4977-88ef-81aebdf6bd20&pg=32768

    The record of transport for Thomas is recorded and available on Ancestry.com.

    Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s
    Thomas Mullins
    1733, Age 19, Estimated birth 1714, South Carolina

    --  Source  COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. The Complete Book of Emigrants: A Comprehensive Listing Compiled from English Public Records of Those Who Took Ship to the Americas for Political, Religious, and Economic Reasons; of Those Who Were Deported for Vagrancy, Roguery, or Non-Conformity; and of Those Who Were Sold to Labour in the New Colonies. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. 1700-1750. 1992. 743p.


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