William CALDWELL Melvina CALDWELL Green Adolphus MULLINS Pearson J MULLINS Doctor Brantley MULLINS Christopher Columbus MULLINS Elias Mullow MULLINS Elizabeth JAMES Mini tree diagram
Elizabeth Y CALDWELL

Elizabeth Y CALDWELL6,2,6,7,3,8

1st May 18333 - about 18614,5

Life History

1st May 1833

Born in South Carolina.2

(most likely)


Born in South Carolina.3

(less likely)


Resident in Subdivision 33, Gilmer, Georgia.3


Birth of son Pearson J MULLINS in Georgia.9,10,4,11

6th Jun 1852

Birth of son Doctor Brantley MULLINS in Georgia.12,4,2,13

10th Oct 1852

Married Green Adolphus MULLINS in Gilmer County, Georgia.14,8

about 1856

Birth of son Christopher Columbus MULLINS in Georgia.9,12,4

about 1858

Birth of son Elias Mullow MULLINS in Georgia.12,9,11,4

about 1861

Died in Pickens County, Georgia.4,5

about 1861

Buried in Jerusalem Cemetery, Jasper, Pickens County, Georgia.1


  • Mike Taylor, an excellent Mullins researcher, reports that Elizabeth is a sister to Malvina Caldwell, wife of James P Mullins.

    1860 Federal Census, Pickens County, Georgia, 25 June, Sharp Top, PO Marble Works, page 953, Hse #631, Fam #538
    Green Mullins 27 M Farmer $300 Real Estate $60 Personal  Georgia  [b abt 1833]
    Elizabeth Mullins 24 F Georgia
    Doctor Mullins 6 M Georgia
    Christopher C Mullins 4 M Georgia
    Elias M Mullins 2 M Georgia

    It appears that Elizabeth died about 1861.  This estimate is based a combination of factors.  Her son Brantley, in his application for recognition as an Eastern Cherokee, does not list Jerrome among his brothers.  Jerrome is reported as age 7 in the 1870 census, where Green Mullins' wife is a Jane, whose last name is unknown.

    If Jerrome is Jane's son, this may be why Brantley did not include him in the Cherokee application.  But if Jerrome is the son of Jane, then Elizabeth must have died at least a year or so before his birth.  An index record on deaths has Elizabeth's family connections, but no date of death.


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