1 microfilm reel (20 ft.) : negative.
Contains genealogical information concerning the family of J.B. Mullins and includes amterial about the Alexander, Allen and Mullins families, including a copy of CHARLES MULLINS AND REV. J.W.B. ALLEN, TEXAS PIONEERS, 1955.
Cite as: Jonas B. Mullins Family Collection, 1955, Southwest Collection, Texas Tech University.
Microfilm. Lubbock, Texas: Southwest Collection, Texas Tech University, 1976.
Originals retained by donor.
The Mullins family traces its roots in Texas to 1836 when Charles Mullins and his two sons, Isaac and William H. settled in Bexar County. Following the Civil War, the two brothers moved to Veribest, Texas fifteen miles east of San Angelo. Ranching the IC brand, the Mullins became well-known West Texas pioneers and a local cemetery bears the family name. Jonas B. Mullins is the great-grandsom of Charles Mullins.
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