|Birth: ||Aug. 26, 1827|
|Death: ||Apr. 2, 1903|
Commissioned a Capt. of the Pendleton Greys of Kentucky State Guard, September 6, 1860. Matthew was instrumental in raising the 18th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, U.S.A. He was Capt of Co. "A". He sustained a leg wound in the Battle of Richmond, Kentucky. He was captured, paroled and sent to Camp Chase, Ohio. He was mustered out as the Commanding Officer of 40th Kentucky Volunteer Mounted Infantry, U.S.A. He attained the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He m. Anna McGill September 27, 1852 in Pendleton Co., Kentucky. Anna was the d/o Anthony McGill and Mary Baxter. They had the following children:
Mary Jane Mullins, m. William M. Applegate.
Sally Kennett Mullins, m. John C. Hamilton.
Katherine Newman Mullins, 1858-1918.
Rebecca Berry Mullins, 1860-1877.
Richard H. Mullins, 1862-1864.
Maggie Chenault Mullins, 1865-1865.
Anna Mullins, 1865-1865.
Grace Truman Mullins, 1866-1940, she m. John B. Colvin.
Alfred R. Mullins, 1869-1873.
Elnora "Nell" Mullins, m. S. J. Pulliam.
Matthew Mullins, Jr., b. 1874 Pendleton Co., Kentucky.
Frances "Fannie" Mullins, 1876-1969, she m. 1st H. E. Rose and 2nd Charles Edward Robbins.
May Mullins, 1876-1876.
Gabriel Mullins, 1877-1877.
Matthew served as County Clerk after the war.
Anna McGill Mullins (1835 - 1926)
Mary Jane Mullins Applegate (1853 - 1917)*
Rebecca Berry Mullins (1860 - 1877)*
Richard H Mullins (1862 - 1864)*
Maggie Chenault Mullins (1865 - 1865)*
Anna A. Mullins (1865 - 1865)*
Grace Truman Mullins Colvin (1866 - 1940)*
Alfred R Mullins (1869 - 1873)*
Frances Mullins Rose/Robbins (1876 - 1969)*
May Mullins (1876 - 1876)*
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Originally Created by: David L. Bush
Record added: Aug 28, 2004
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