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Nicknames: "Matthew Mullins of Goochland Virginia"
Birthplace: Albemarle, Virginia
Death: Died in Goochland, Albemarle Co., VA
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About Matthew Mullins, Sr.

4.  Matthew Mullins b. ca 1715 Virginia - d. 1786 Albemarle County, Virginia, md Mary Maupin b. ca 1723 Hanover County, Virginia - d. ca 1800 Virginia, daughter of Daniel & Margaret (Via) Maupin.

He was the son of Matthew Mullins born abt 1680.

DAR Ancestor #: A082734

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From http://members.tripod.com/cornelius_carroll/Mullins/id20.htm

Henning's Statutes, Vol. VII, page 203 shows Matthew Mullins and his two sons, John and William, served in the Virginia Militia, in Albemarle County, ranging the frontier against Indians during the French and Indian War.  Matthew later served three years as a sergeant in the American Army during the Revolutionary War in Captain William Croghan's Company of the consolidated 4th, 8th, and 12th regiments of the Virginia troops commanded by Colonel James Woods.  

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kenmullins/p95.htm#i3095

29 March 1747 Formal Call Made to Rev Samuel Black, Albemarle, Virgina, 29 Mar 1747 - Albemarle County, Virginia - Lebanon Church - Formal Call Madeb to Revd Samuel Black

The following is a copy of the call and the signatures subscribed thereto:

Ivy Creek, March 29th, 1747. Whereas it is agreed or purposed that the inhabitants of Ivy Creek and the Mt. Plain congregation join together with the congregation of Rockfish to call, and invite the Revd Mr. Samuel Black, now residing in the bounds of the Revd John Craig's congregation, to be our minister and pastor, to administer the ordinances of the Gospel among us all.

We, whose names are herewith prefixed, do promise and oblige to pay yearly and every year the the several sums affixed to our names for the outward support and encouragement of the said Mr. Samuel Black during his abode and continuance among us for the one half of his labors in an administration to Gospel ordinances to us, in an orderly way according to the rules and practice of our orthodox reformed Presbyterian church as witness our hands. (Among the 56 members who donated is the name of MATTHEW MULLINS, his donation, 5 shillings, 6 pence. (Albemarle Co. Hist. Soc.) 2 Land* 28 April 1752 east end of Buck's Elbow on the south, Albemarle, Virgina, 28 Apr 1752--A plot of 190 acres on the east end of Buck's Elbow on the south side of the Moorman River. Surveyed for Matthew Mullins 28 Apr 1752. Signed: William Cabell, assigned surveyor. (Plot map shows 190 acre tract with irregular boundaries, totaling about 10 sides.) SOURCE: Albemarle County, Survey Book 2 Land 5 May 1755 92 Acres on Mooremans River, Albemarle, Virgina, 5 May 1755--Land adjacent to Daniel MAUPIN, John MULLINS and Robert Miller. This is a plot of 92 acres in Albemarle County lying on the branches of the Mooremans (sp) River. Surveyed for Matthew MULLINS 5 May 1755 by John Staples, assigned Surveyor. Source: Albemarle County, Virginia, Survey Book #1, p. 328 (map). 4,5 Military* September 1758 Served French & Indian War, Virginia, Sep 1758--Henning's Statutes, Volume VIII, page 203, show that Matthew Mullins and his two sons, John and William, served with the Virginia Militia during the French and Indian War.


Land 10 March 1763 Matthew MULLINS sold land to William MAUPIN, south side of Mooreman's River, Albemarle, Virgina, 10 Mar 1763--Albemarle County, Matthew MULLINS sold land to William MAUPIN 10#'s; South side of Mooremans River; ca 190 acres. (Source: Va. Mag., Va Hist. Soc.) , Principal=William G Maupin Moved* 1769 Buck's Elbow, Albemarle, Virgina, 1769--Clifton first lived at the foot of Buck's Elbow on a place he bought in 1769 from Matthew MULLINS and afterwards sold to Cornelius MAUPIN. (Source: WOODS History of Albemarle County, VA.)


Military 1776 Sergeant US Army Revolutionary War, Virgina, 1776?--The records of the War Department show that Matthew MULLINS served three years as a sergeant in the American army during the Revolutionary War (DAR No. 75 889) in Captain William Croghan's Company of the consolidated 4th, 8th and 12th regiments of Virginia troops commanded by Colonel James WOODS.


Note* Possible parents, Father — Richard MULLINS; Mother— Mary STEPHENS

Matthew MULLINS BORN: CA. 1728, Goochland Co., VA DIED: CA. 1810, Albermarl Co., VA BURIED: , Father — Richard MULLINS — — Unknown

Mother— Mary STEPHENS ——— — Unknown

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http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kenmullins/p86.htm#i3096

Goochland, Virginia, He married Mary MAUPIN, 1745/1746, in AlbemarleCo, VA, b. 1723, LouisaCo, VA, (daughter of Daniel MAUPIN and Margaret VIA) ref: DorothyShaffett, d. 1800, GoochlandCo,VA, buried: GoochlandCo,VA.

Children:

24. i Margaret MULLINS, b. 28-Jul-1746, AlbemarleCo, VA, ref: Quisenberry, d. 13-May-1804, AlbemarleCo, VA.

She married Jeremiah YANCEY, ABT 1766, in Albemarle Co, VA, b. 1748, Albemarle Co, VA, ref: Quisenberry, d. 1788/1789, Albemarle Co, VA.

25. ii Ann MULLINS, b. 1747/1748, AlbemarleCo, VA, d. 4-Feb-1828, AlbemarleCo, VA.

She married Maxey EWELL, 5 JAN 1769, in St. James Northam Parish, Goochland, VA, b. 1743/1744, Goochland Co,VA, d. 1-Dec-1800, Albemarle Co, VA.

26. iii Elizabeth MULLINS, b. 1749, GoochlandCo,VA, ref: Quisenberry, d. 4-May-1816, MadisonCo, KY.

She married William CHENAULT, 1770, in AlbemarleCo, VA, b. 30-Dec-1749, VA, (son of Felix CHENAULT and Louise D'AUBIGNE) ref: Quisenberry, d. 13 DEC 1813, Madison Co, KY.

+ 27. iv William MULLINS b. 1751.

+ 28. v John MULLINS b. 1753.

29. vi Jane MULLINS, b. 1754, AlbemarleCo, VA, ref: Quisenberry, d. 1844, MadisonCo, KY.

She married Benjamin CLARK, 1772, in AlbemarleCo, VA, b. 1750, AlbemarleCo, VA, ref: Quisenberry, d. Madison Co, KY.

+ 30. vii Gabriel MULLINS b. 22-Mar-1758.

+ 31. viii Matthew MULLINS b. 17-Jun-1759.

+ 32. ix Richard MULLINS b. 1761.

33. x Mary "Polly" MULLINS, b. 1765, AlbemarleCo, VA, d. 1855, Madison Co, KY.

She married Lewis H. GILLISPIE, 13 FEB 1800, in MadisonCo, KY, b. ABT 1765, Madison Co, KY, d. Madison Co, KY. 6 Death 1810 7 Married Name between 1745 and 1746 Mullins1,5,6 Note The 1975 "Registry of the National Huguenot Society", pages 238-239 (Maupins); pg. 326 for Pierre Via, is one source. The 1995 publication of the same has Pierre Via, pg.248, too. Another was Virkus's "Compendium of American Genealogy", vol. 5, pg. 773. If you have a fairly good library in your vicinity, they may have either, or both, books

Another Site: http://www.kansasheritage.org/cousin/mullins.html

-------------------- Mullins Family History, p. 4 from Stephen Chinn (steven.chinn@vanderbilt.edi)--www.ukans.edu/heritage/cousin/mullins

28 April 1752--A plot of 190 acres on the east end of Buck's Elbow of the south side of the Moorman River. Surveyed for Matthew Mullins signed: William Cabell, assigned surveyor. (Plot map shows 190 acre tract with irregular boundaries totaling about 10 sides.) Source: Albemarle Co. Survey Book.

5 May 1755--Land adjacent to Daniel Maupin, John Mullins and Robert Miller. This is plot of 92 acres in Albemarle Co. lying on the branchjes of the Mooremans (sp) River. Surveyed for Matthew Mullins 5 May 1755 by John Staples, assigned surveyor. Source: Albemarle Co., VA Survery Book #1, p. 328 (map).

Sept. 1758--Henning's Statues, Vol. VII, p. 203, show that Matthew Mullins and his two sons, John and William, served with the Virginia Militia during the French and Indian War.

10 March 1763--Albemarle Co., Matthew Mullins to William Maupin, 10 acres; southside Mooreman's (sp) River ca 190 acres. (Source: VA Mag., VA Historical Soc.)

Matthew Mullins 1776? The records of the War Department show that Matthew Mullins served three years as a sergeant in the American army during the Revolutionary War (DAR# 75 889) in Captain William Croghan's Company of the consolidated4th, 8th, and 12th regiments of Virginia troops commanded by Col. James Woods.

When?--The four churches, Lebanon Church, Ivy Creek, Mt. Plain Congregation and Rockfish, joined together to invite Re. SAm Black. Among the 56 members who signed the petition is the name of Matthew Mullins. Among the members who donated money is the name of Matthew Mullins, 5 shillling 6 pence. Source: Albemarl Historical Society.

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Matthew Mullins, Sr.'s Timeline

1720
December 5, 1720
Albemarle, Virginia
1746
July 28, 1746
Age 25
Albermarle, Hanover Co, Virginia
1746
Age 25
Virginia
1748
1748
Age 27
Albemarle Co., VA
1749
1749
Age 28
Goochland Co, VA
1749
Age 28
Albermarle, Hanover Co, VA
1751
1751
Age 30
Albermarle, Virginia
1754
1754
Age 33
Albemarle, Virginia
1758
March 22, 1758
Age 37
Albermarle, Hanover Co, Virginia
1759
June 17, 1759
Age 38
Albemarle, Hanover Co, Virginia