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Living (private).

Spouse: Mary Ellen BAKER.


Dorcas MULFORD was born on 6 March 1692 in Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She died in 1755 at the age of 63 in Mansfield, Tolland, Connecticute.

Spouse: Elisha ELDRED. Dorcas MULFORD and Elisha ELDRED were married on 17 March 1717.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Living (private).

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Mary E. MULLEN was born in 1879.

Spouse: Henry M. GRIFFEN. Mary E. MULLEN and Henry M. GRIFFEN were married on 5 November 1903.


Elizabeth MULLER died on 10 December 1827.

Spouse: John TANNER. Elizabeth MULLER and John TANNER were married on 28 May 1826.


Augustus Bleuet MULLINS was born on 28 September 1847 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 5 June 1898 at the age of 50 in Gull Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Old Methodist Burial Ground in Liverpool. Parents: John MULLINS and Jannet CROWELL.

Spouse: Helen LENNOX. Helen LENNOX and Augustus Bleuet MULLINS were married on 21 May 1869 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: James Augustus MULLINS, Jane MULLINS, Edward D. MULLINS, Minnie MULLINS, Fannie MULLINS, Louisa Alberta MULLINS, Bessie MULLINS, Janet Mae MULLINS.


Bessie MULLINS was born about 1879 in Gull Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Augustus Bleuet MULLINS and Helen LENNOX.

Spouse: Jason Miller Mack HILTON. Bessie MULLINS and Jason Miller Mack HILTON were married on 27 October 1898 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia.


Bethia Collins MULLINS was born on 8 October 1809 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died UNKNOWN. H.H. Walker states in his MULLPARK that Bethia married Jonathan Smith. Parents: William MULLINS and Maria PARK.

Spouse: Jonathan SMITH. Bethia Collins MULLINS and Jonathan SMITH were married UNKNOWN in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Deborah SMITH.


Doran Crane MULLINS was born in 1831. He died on 20 December 1869 at the age of 38. He was buried in the Mitchell Cemetery behind the Bethany United Church in Mill Village. Parents: William Henry MULLINS and Eleanor Doran MITCHELL.

Spouse: Hannah DAVISON. Hannah DAVISON and Doran Crane MULLINS were married.


Doran Crane MULLINS was born on 15 November 1871 in Mill Village, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 1 May 1951 at the age of 79 in Mill Village, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Mitchell Cemetery behind the Bethany United Church in Mill Village. Parents: William Henry MULLINS and Experience Peninah DOGGETT.

Spouse: Sarah Bertha MITCHELL. Sarah Bertha MITCHELL and Doran Crane MULLINS were married on 22 November 1916 in Mill Village, Queens County, Nova Scotia.


Edward D. MULLINS was born on 11 April 1871 in Gull Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Augustus Bleuet MULLINS and Helen LENNOX.


Elizabeth Crane MULLINS was born on 3 April 1837 in Mill Village, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 30 December 1852 at the age of 15 in Mill Village, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the Mitchell Cemetery behind the Bethany United Church in Mill Village. Parents: William Henry MULLINS and Eleanor Doran MITCHELL.


Fannie MULLINS was born in 1875 in Gull Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Augustus Bleuet MULLINS and Helen LENNOX.


Hannah MULLINS was born in 1804 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 24 February 1893 at the age of 89 in Milton, Queens County, Nova Scotia. !Some of the Mullins children never saw their families again after their parents died. Hannah was an old lady, and moved to Milton from St. Margaret's Bay to live with her son, [after 1880] when she discovered her youngest sister, Maria, who was married to Eben Coombs, and living in Milton. Hannah's children were very young when her husband died, he had no estate after debts were paid and life was difficult for her; that was in the mid 1850's.
!T.B. Smith papers say that in 1953 Seward Coombs says: Hannah Mullins married James Walker. Her parents died young, the family was separated and it was a long time they did not know what became of Hannah. Finally heard that she had married a Walker and was living around Margaret's Bay, N.S. Her husband was James Walker and they moved to Milton shortly after marriage. Had children: James Walker who married a Hupman of Summerville, and Walter Walker who married a daughter of Appopolis Rafuse of Summerville. [H>H> Walker Note: this is garbled or misquoted. Hannah moved to Milton after 1874, when she received a gift of a Bible, inscribed "to Hannah Walker: a small token of esteem from a few of her friends at St. Margaret's Bay, December 3, 1874." Her husband had died in 1855, leaving her with two young sons, who as soon as reaching that age for working did just that. She moved to her son Jame's home after 1880 and perhaps as late as 1890 in Milton. The above has the Father James and the son James mixed up. Parents: William MULLINS and Maria PARK.

Spouse: James WALKER. Hannah MULLINS and James WALKER were married in 1839 in Nova Scotia. Children were: James William Kirby WALKER, Walter WALKER.


Isaac MULLINS was born on 20 August 1832 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 11 June 1856 at the age of 23. Captain Isaac Mullins is listed amongst those who lost their lives at sea, in the August 4th 1996, "Blessing of the Fleet" at Port Medway. He is said by Harley Walker to have died at sea in the North Atlantic. Ceremony at Port Medway says that he died at sea of Yellow Fever. Parents: John MULLINS and Jannet CROWELL.


James MULLINS was born in March 1815 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Harley Walker says that the information on James Mullins in sketchy. He was a babe in arms when he was orphaned. The family suspects that his foster family was the Samuel Knowles family of Liverpool. Parents: William MULLINS and Maria PARK.


James Augustus MULLINS was born in 1869 in Gull Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died in 1923 at the age of 54. Parents: Augustus Bleuet MULLINS and Helen LENNOX.


Jane MULLINS was born about 1870 in Gull Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Augustus Bleuet MULLINS and Helen LENNOX.


Janet MULLINS was born in 1834 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: John MULLINS and Jannet CROWELL.


Janet Elizabeth MULLINS was born on 30 January 1863 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 14 November 1956 at the age of 93 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the East Zion United Church Cemetery on College Street in Liverpool. Parents: John , Jr., Captain MULLINS and Ann Elizabeth MOSHER.


Janet Mae MULLINS was born on 16 July 1881 in Gull Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 15 April 1944 at the age of 62 in Kentville, Kings County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the East Zion United Church Cemetery on College Street in Liverpool. Parents: Augustus Bleuet MULLINS and Helen LENNOX.

Spouse: Allen Grey NICKERSON. Janet Mae MULLINS and Allen Grey NICKERSON were married on 14 January 1902 in Schenectady, New York. Children were: Emma NICKERSON, Jessie NICKERSON, Living.


John MULLINS was born in 1740 in Rhode Island, USA. He died in 1782 at the age of 42 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia.

Spouse: Hannah NICKERSON. Hannah NICKERSON and John MULLINS were married. Children were: William MULLINS.


John MULLINS was born on 8 February 1801 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 24 February 1855 at the age of 54. In the "Blessing of the Fleet" ceremony at Port Medway, AUG. 4th, 1996, John is listed amongst those who lost their lives to the sea. Brochure says that he drowned in Liverpool Harbor. !John was the oldest of the family when the children were tragically left orphans in 1817, he was going on sixteen years old. Colonel Joseph Freeman took him under his wing and was a great help in preparing him for a successful life as a sea captain, the life that eventually caused him his own death at age 54 years. Liverpool was one of the ports from which wooden ships and iron men went out to make their mark in world trade. His son John was the father of Liverpool Teacher and Historian, Janet Mullins. REF: MULLPARK Gedcom Harley Walker. Parents: William MULLINS and Maria PARK.

Spouse: Jannet CROWELL. Jannet CROWELL and John MULLINS were married on 5 October 1830 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Isaac MULLINS, Janet MULLINS, John , Jr., Captain MULLINS, William MULLINS, Augustus Bleuet MULLINS.


John , Jr., Captain MULLINS was born on 30 June 1838 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 16 January 1866 at the age of 27. He was lost at sea. Captain John Mullins was lost 24 hours after leaving Liverpool Harbor in the "Mead Harrington" with all hands lost. Listed as one of those lost to the sea in the "Blessing of the Fleet" Port Medway August 4th, 1996. Parents: John MULLINS and Jannet CROWELL.

Spouse: Ann Elizabeth MOSHER. Ann Elizabeth MOSHER and John , Jr., Captain MULLINS were married about 1862 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Janet Elizabeth MULLINS.


Louisa Alberta MULLINS was born on 27 August 1877 in Gull Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Augustus Bleuet MULLINS and Helen LENNOX.


Maria Meriah MULLINS was born on 3 July 1811 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 24 November 1889 at the age of 78 in Milton, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: William MULLINS and Maria PARK.

Spouse: Ebenezer Hill , Jr. COOMBS. Maria Meriah MULLINS and Ebenezer Hill , Jr. COOMBS were married about 1825 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Ebenezar Hill III COOMBS, William Seward , Senr. COOMBS, Dorcas COOMBS.


Minnie MULLINS was born in 1873 in Gull Island, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Augustus Bleuet MULLINS and Helen LENNOX.


Rebecca MULLINS was born in 1808 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 29 October 1877 at the age of 69 in Charleston, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: William MULLINS and Maria PARK.

Spouse: George Daniel SHUPE. Rebecca MULLINS and George Daniel SHUPE were married on 2 November 1837 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Mary Ann SHUPE, William SHUPE, Joseph H SHUPE, Arabella SHUPE, Isaiah SHUPE, John SHUPE, Edward SHUPE, Ebenezer SHUPE, James SHUPE.


William MULLINS was born about 1776 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 3 May 1817 at the age of 41. He was lost at sea between Coffins Island and Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. William Mullins was drowned in Liverpool Harbor in 1817 when his heavily laden boat was swamped.
A small ship bringing supplies from Pt. Medway to Liverpool in 1817 was lost at the entrance to Liverpool Harbor. Three men were lost, May 3rd, 1817, being John Minard, William Mullins and Jonathan Phillips.
"The Mullins children became wards of the county after the death of their mother about a month after their father drowned. The rules were very loose in those days before social services and Children's Aid as we are fortunate to have to-day. The older children probably were taken into families as servants to help, the younger ones had to depend on caring souls to help them out. At this time we do not know what fate these children met. Hannah Mullins turned up years later in Halifax County as the wife of James Walker, a deputy land surveyor of the Margaret's Bay area. She found her sister Maria Coombs who had married Eben Coombs [Sr.] when she moved to Milton in 1880."
" The Mullins family appear to have lived near Liverpool, at an area called Birch Point. Other records show a rock known as Mullins Rock at the mouth of a small brook that runs into the river about where in 1996 Maxwell McLeod lives. At that time Simeon Perkins owned a farm there which he often rented out, and some think that this was rented to John Minard who was drowned in the same accident with William Mullins."[Information from Harley Walker, Descendant, 1996.] Parents: John MULLINS and Hannah NICKERSON.

Spouse: Maria PARK. Maria PARK and William MULLINS were married on 7 August 1800 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: John MULLINS, Hannah MULLINS, Rebecca MULLINS, Bethia Collins MULLINS, William Henry MULLINS, Maria Meriah MULLINS, James MULLINS.


William MULLINS was born on 2 June 1843 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: John MULLINS and Jannet CROWELL.


William Henry MULLINS was born on 10 October 1810 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 4 June 1880 at the age of 69 in Mill Village, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Mitchell Cemetery behind the Bethany United Church in Mill Village. William Henry Mullins was married several times and with two wives had seventeen children. Wife #1: Eleanor Doran Mitchell, daughter of William and Naomi Nickerson Mitchell. #2: Experience Penniah Doggett, daughter of John and Mary Loring Doggett.
William was six years old when his father drowned in Liverpool Harbor and his mother died one month later. He was raised by Andrew and Elizabeth Crane, and his first wife was their granddaughter. Parents: William MULLINS and Maria PARK.

Spouse: Eleanor Doran MITCHELL. Eleanor Doran MITCHELL and William Henry MULLINS were married on 23 September 1831. Children were: Doran Crane MULLINS, Elizabeth Crane MULLINS.

Spouse: Experience Peninah DOGGETT. Experience Peninah DOGGETT and William Henry MULLINS were married on 14 October 1858 in Mill Village, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Doran Crane MULLINS.


Anna MULLOCK was born on 25 September 1807.

Spouse: Nicholas CONRAD. Anna MULLOCK and Nicholas CONRAD were married. Children were: Lucinda CONRAD.


Charles Edward MULLOCK was born on 28 July 1840. Parents: Francis MULLOCK and Mary Anne BOLIVAR.

Spouse: Julianna HARNISH. Julianna HARNISH and Charles Edward MULLOCK were married on 10 November 1867 in La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Emma Victoria Matilda MULLOCK.


Edward MULLOCK was born in July 1757 in Albany, New York. He died on 3 October 1848 at the age of 91.

Spouse: Johanna Christina Margaretha HIRTLE. Johanna Christina Margaretha HIRTLE and Edward MULLOCK were married on 7 August 1787. Children were: John Henry MULLOCK, Elizabeth Mary MULLOCK, William MULLOCK.

Spouse: Anna Maria HAUSSLER. Anna Maria HAUSSLER and Edward MULLOCK were married on 27 June 1799.

Spouse: Dorothea HAUSSLER. Dorothea HAUSSLER and Edward MULLOCK were married in 1802. Children were: Edward MULLOCK, Francis MULLOCK.


Edward MULLOCK was born on 4 April 1803. He died on 3 July 1871 at the age of 68. Parents: Edward MULLOCK and Dorothea HAUSSLER.

Spouse: Anna Maria WENZEL. Anna Maria WENZEL and Edward MULLOCK were married on 30 October 1832.


Elizabeth Mary MULLOCK was born on 3 March 1797. She died on 1 February 1873 at the age of 75. Parents: Edward MULLOCK and Johanna Christina Margaretha HIRTLE.

Spouse: Johan Lewis KRAUSS. Elizabeth Mary MULLOCK and Johan Lewis KRAUSS were married on 12 December 1818. Children were: Emilie Elizabeth CROUSE, Sarah Ann CROUSE.


Emma Victoria Matilda MULLOCK was born on 20 April 1868. She died on 21 June 1942 at the age of 74. She was buried in the Muloch Cemetery in Rhodes Corner, Lunenburg County. Parents: Charles Edward MULLOCK and Julianna HARNISH.

Spouse: John James DEMONE. Emma Victoria Matilda MULLOCK and John James DEMONE were married on 13 November 1887 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Wilson James DEMONE.


Francis MULLOCK was born on 18 July 1811. Parents: Edward MULLOCK and Dorothea HAUSSLER.

Spouse: Mary Anne BOLIVAR. Mary Anne BOLIVAR and Francis MULLOCK were married on 1 November 1838. Children were: Charles Edward MULLOCK.


James Henry MULLOCK was born on 19 May 1827 in Upper La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 14 June 1910 at the age of 83 in Upper La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the St. Matthews Cemetery in Rhodes Corner. Parents: John Henry MULLOCK and Maria Anna WILKIE.

Spouse: Amelia NAUGLER. Amelia NAUGLER and James Henry MULLOCK were married on 20 July 1856.


John Henry MULLOCK was born on 25 June 1794. He died on 18 March 1882 at the age of 87 in La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the St. Matthews Cemetery in Rhodes Corner. Parents: Edward MULLOCK and Johanna Christina Margaretha HIRTLE.

Spouse: Maria Anna WILKIE. Maria Anna WILKIE and John Henry MULLOCK were married on 16 November 1822. Children were: James Henry MULLOCK.


Sarah Ann MULLOCK was born on 29 April 1833. She died on 15 November 1908 at the age of 75. She was buried in the Maple Grove Cemetery in West Northfield. Parents: William MULLOCK and Hannah BACHMAN.

Spouse: Eleazer LANGILLE. Sarah Ann MULLOCK and Eleazer LANGILLE were married on 10 February 1859 in La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.

Spouse: Benjamin ROTHENHAUSER. Sarah Ann MULLOCK and Benjamin ROTHENHAUSER were married on 27 December 1873.


William MULLOCK was born on 26 March 1801. Parents: Edward MULLOCK and Johanna Christina Margaretha HIRTLE.

Spouse: Hannah BACHMAN. Hannah BACHMAN and William MULLOCK were married on 12 May 1825 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Sarah Ann MULLOCK.


Living (private).

Spouse: Bruce Russell HILTZ. Children were: Living, Living.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Cecil Herman MUNROE was born on 12 August 1918 in Milton, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 1 April 2012 at the age of 93 in Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Springfield United Baptist Church Cemetery in Annapolis County. Parents: Owen Morris MOREAU and Lottie Idella WHYNOT.

Spouse: Jessie Lydia MANSFIELD. Jessie Lydia MANSFIELD and Cecil Herman MUNROE were married in 1942 in South Brookfield, Queens County, Nova Scotia.


Living (private). Parents: Harold William MUNROE and Margaret Isabel "Peggy" LESLIE.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living.


Clara Eliza Agatha MUNROE was born on 13 March 1873 in Moose Harbour, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 29 August 1965 at the age of 92 in Mersey Point, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the West Zion United Church Cemetery on Payzant Street in Liverpool. Parents: John Joseph MUNROE and Sophia Elizabeth SILVER.

Spouse: David Randall MYRA. Clara Eliza Agatha MUNROE and David Randall MYRA were married on 13 January 1903 in Black Point, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Jordan Edward MYRA.


Clarence Reginald MUNROE was born on 31 March 1911 in Mill Village, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 25 May 1941 at the age of 30 in Eagle Head, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was struck and killed by lightning. He was buried in the St. John's Anglican Church Cemetery in Eagle Head. Parents: Jason Mack MUNROE and Netti GARDNER.

Spouse: Ada Elizabeth COLP. Ada Elizabeth COLP and Clarence Reginald MUNROE were married on 14 May 1934 in Brooklyn, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Harold William MUNROE, Vernon Reginald MUNROE, Jean Carol MUNROE.