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MULLINS Family


This family is an importation from North Carolina, and a good importation it is - would like to have several others such. The first of the name in the county was the late Colonel William S. Mullins, followed a few years later by his brother, the late Dr. James C Mullins, and from these two brothers came all by that name now in the county. Their parents were Fayetteville, N. C. people - names not know. It is said their father was a merchant in Fayetteville, and did not succeed in making a fortune for his children - only enough to educate them - three sons, William S. James C. and Henry; one daughter, as known the to the writer, Ida, who became the wife of E. B Owens of this county and another daughter, who became the wife of a Mr. McNeill, who finally settled in Horry.
--A History of Marion County, W.W. Sellers (1902)


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