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Alice Atwood Mullins
Birth: 1575
City of London
Greater London, England
Death: Apr., 1621
Plymouth County
Massachusetts, USA

Alice Mullins was the wife of Pilgrim William Mullins. Alice may have been his second wife. There have been several different theories regarding this, but nothing has at all been proven. Together they had four children: Sarah, William, Priscilla and Joseph. They left their two oldest children behind in England and brought aboard the Mayfloyer Priscilla (probably 17 years old) and Joseph (probably 15). Alice, along with her husband William and son Joseph, died the first winter in Plymouth Colony. Priscilla was the lone survivor and married passenger John Alden the following year. Like many of the Pilgrim mothers, not much is known of Alice Mullins.

Family links: 
  Nicholas Atwood (1539 - 1586)
  Olive Harman Atwood (1548 - 1603)
  William Mullins (1572 - 1621)*
  William Mullins (1593 - 1674)*
  Sarah Mullins Blunden (1598 - ____)*
  Priscilla Mullins Alden (1602 - 1685)*
  Joseph Mullins (1606 - 1621)*
*Calculated relationship
Coles Hill Burial Ground
Plymouth County
Massachusetts, USA
Created by: Marina Williams
Record added: Aug 12, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28972147
Alice <i>Atwood</i> Mullins
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Alice <i>Atwood</i> Mullins
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Alice <i>Atwood</i> Mullins
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- Gypsy Soul
 Added: Sep. 10, 2017

- Lois Kamoi
 Added: Sep. 2, 2017
Alice's maiden name is not known. Claims that she was Alice Atwood, daughter of Nicholas Atwood and Olive Harman, derive from a mistake published by Elijah Francis Atwood (author of Ye Atte Wode Annals and article on the Atwood fmily in the Boston Transcr...(Read more)
 Added: Aug. 18, 2017
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