Susan Catherine <I>Sites</I> McMullen

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Susan Catherine Sites McMullen

Note: She was widowed in the 1900 census living in Nebraska with her daughter Louvina.

Survived the Civil War as a young mother, while her husband fought for the Confederacy in the Virginia Infantry Battalion. During the Reconstruction Period, the family left the war-torn South, moving West to Eight Mile Grove, Cass County, Nebraska. There they remained for many years, before finally migrating to Douglas County, WA in the early 20th Century.

She was the Wife of Alexander P. McMullen b. 1827 in Virginia d. 1903 in Grant County, WA (burial site unkown)

She was the daughter of Ephraim Sites & Barbara Sites (nee Hartman) of Virginia.

She was the Mother of Margaret V., William, Charles, Josephine, Bettie, Elizabeth, Edward, Festus, Luvina, and Bertha. She was tragically preceeded in death by her husband, as well as 3 of her 11 total children (name of 1 child is unknown). Most of her descendents made their way to Washington State, where many branches of the McMullen (and related families) live to this day.

Susan McMullen is buried in Sunnyslope Cemetary in Douglas County WA, as is her Daughter Josephine McComb (nee McMullen), and her Great-Granddaughter June Larsen (nee Wood).

Information contributed by Heather Larsen

Washington Death Certificate
Name Susan Mcmullen
Death date 03 Apr 1918
Death place Wenatchee, Chelan, Washington
Gender Female
Age at death 80 years 3 months 18 days
Estimated birth year 1838
Father name Ephrum Sites
Film number 1992507
Digital GS number 4220862
Image number 1331
Reference number 66

children: Elizabeth McMullen, Bertha McMullen Carey Johnson


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  • Created by: Teresa
  • Added: 26 Mar 2009
  • Find A Grave Memorial 35185338
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Susan Catherine Sites McMullen (16 Dec 1837–3 Apr 1918), Find A Grave Memorial no. 35185338, citing Sunnyslope Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Sunnyslope, Chelan County, Washington, USA ; Maintained by Teresa (contributor 46969893) .