American Revolution, Appalachia, cemeteries, Clintwood, Clintwood Baptist Church, Dickenson County, genealogy, Harts Creek, history, Holly Creek John Mullins, Jane Mullins, John Mullins, Logan County, Revolutionary War, Virginia, West Virginia
03 Monday Sep 2018
Posted American Revolutionary War, Big Harts Creek, Cemeteriesin
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Peggy Altizer Mynes said:
Would you mind changing my email address to Benzleasr@aol.com ?
I use Mynespeggy as me real estate one and it gets so full of business stuff. I use Benzleasr forancestry and personal. Sorry for the inconvenience. Thanks much! Peggy Altizer Mynes
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Sharon Mullins said:
I have not yet read all of it, but you have a very impressive collection of our “Mullins” history here for such a young man ! Thank you for your dedication and time it must have taken you to research so much of our history and sharing it in such a beautiful and understandable way !
Brandon Ray Kirk said:
Thanks, Sharon! I have plenty more here at home. My grandmother is a (90-year-old) Mullins.
Denise PUCKETT said:
Love your research!