|Death: ||Jun. 11, 1741|
At the age of eighteen Robert emigrated from Scotland, living for a time in Boston. While there, he was a member of the Brattle Street Church.
He was a member of St. Andrews Lodge of Free Masons (Paul Revere was also a member) and of the Scot's Charitable Society.
Robert and Rebecca married December 15, 1687 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. I believe they had nine children together.
After the move to Bradford, he became a member of the West Parish Church of Bradford.
Robert's will was written on January 9, 1740. At his death, his property was distributed to his wife and the five surviving children.
Among other things he left his "loom and tackle for weaving", to he may have been a weaver in Scotland. We know he was also a stone cutter, for there are records of headstones he carved. At least three of his sons, Robert, Jr., John and Joseph had learned that trade.
Robert's homestead was on the bank of the Merrimac River. Earlier the land had been known as "Kimball's Pasture".
Rebecca Savory Mullicken (1663 - 1749)*
Robert Mullicken (1688 - 1756)*
John Mullicken (1690 - 1737)*
Mary Mullicken Stickney (1692 - 1736)*
Benjamin Mullicken (1696 - 1773)*
Rebecah Mullicken Gage (1699 - 1775)*
Ebenezer Mulickin (1705 - 1714)*
"Her Lies Buried
the body of
who died Iune 11th
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76 year of his
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