LINEAGE OF MULLICAN FAMILY
PRINCE GEORGE'S CO., MD;
BEDFORD CO., VA; GREENVILLE CO., SC;
CASEY CO., KY, DEKALB CO., TN
AND WARREN CO., TN
A-1. JAMES MULLIKINA-1, b ca 1630-1640 d bet 18 Aug 1666-16 Oct 1667 Calvert Co., MD m prior to 1658 Mary Weylett widow of John Damarell/Demall/Darnall.1 Patrick and James Gunnel Mullikin patented land called "Mullikin's Green" in 1658.2 He was in Calvert Co., MD by Oct 1657 as he was involved in Court case against Henry Coursey.3 Thomas Williams obtained land in Maryland in 1664 for transporting John Crossley, John River, William Thompson and James Mullikin.4 On 18 Apr 1664 James patented 300 acres of land in Dorchester Co., MD called "Mullikin's Orchard".5 On 14 Aug 1665 he patented 200 acres of land in Dorchester Co., MD called "Mullikin's Green".5 James made his will in August 1666 and it was probated on 16 Oct 1667. He left everything to his wife and children. He signed his will with an "X".7 In his will he stated he was James Mullikin of Patuxen River Planter in county of Calvert. Mary Mullikn of Patuxent River in Calvert Co., MD widow of James Mullikin made her will on 20 Oct 1667. She left all land on Transquaking River on the Eastern Shore of Province to her son James Mullikin. To her son, John Darnaal the 200 acres taken up by his father, John Darnaal, on Transquaking. She also mentioned daughters, Mary and Elizabeth Mullikin.8 Harvey Mullikin, Anderson, SC in June 2000 posted his new research on James which indicates his wife's maiden name was Weylett and she was previously married to John Damarell/Demall/Darnall. The previous husband had previously been referred to as John Darnall. He also found husband for James' daughter Elizabeth. Check out his web site at http:hmmullikin.home.att.net/d1.htm Children of James Mullikin and Mary ___:
2. (i) James2 Mullikin b ca prior to 1663 ?Calvert Co., MD d bef 22 May 1718 Prince George's Co., MD m ca Jane Prather.
3. (ii) Mary2 Mullikin
4. (iii) Elizabeth2 Mullikin m Richard Hartrup.
2. JAMES2 MULLIKIN, (JamesA-1), b abt 16639 MD d bef 22 May 1718 Prince George's Co., MD m ca 1688 Jane Prather b ca 1670 Calvert Co., MD dau of Jonathan Prather and Jane ?McKay.10 The inventory of the estate of James was taken on 22 May 1718.11 Jane was mentioned in the will of her brother, George Prather in 1698, as Jane Mollikine.12 Jane Prather widow of of Jonathan Prather married second John Smith. In her will, Jane Prather Smith, on 2 July 1710 left to her grandsons, William, Thomas and John Mullikin each a two year old heifer. She also mentioned her grand daughter Jane daughter of James Mullikin and gave to her one negro boy named Jerry.13 Elinor and Mary Mullikin was mentioned in will of John Smith on 3 Sep 1707 and Ellinor mentioned as daughter of James Mullikin,4 Children of James Mullikin and Jane Prather:
5. (i) James3 Mullikin b ca 1689 Calvert Co., MD m Charity Belt dau of John Belt and Elizabeth Tydings.
6. (ii) John3 Mullikin m Katherine ______.
7. (iii) Mary3 Mullikin m John Bowle nephew & heir of John Smith.
8. (iv) Jane3 Mullikin m Jonathan Prather son of Jonathan Prather Jr and Elizabeth ? Digger.
9. (v) Thomas3 Mullikin m 25 Oct 1714 Elizabeth Wilson.
10. (vi) William3 Mullikin b ca 1700 Prince George's Co., MD d bef 21 Mar 1778 m Margaret Turner.
10. WILLIAM3 MULLIKIN, (James2, JamesA-1), b ca 1700 Princes George's Co., MD d bef 21 Mar 1778 Montgomery Co., MD m 6 June 1727 Queen Anne Parish Prince, Georges Co., MD Margaret Turner b 4 Mar 1699 Prince Georges Co., MD probably the daughter of John Turner and Sarah Bevins.15 William of Prince Georges County made his will on 9 Jan 1767 in Prince George's Co., MD and it was probated on 21 Mar 1778 in Montgomery Co., MD.16 William did not name his wife in his will, but named sons, Bassel (Basil), John and William and named John and William his executers.17 He also named grand daughter, Mary Moble. William gave the land he now lives on to his son, William, and the 21 acres of land he took up next to it. He gave to his son, John, the land he purchased of John rile on Sinnach. His sons, John and William Jr, witnessed the will of John Beall in Prince Georges County, MD on 23 Dec 1761. Children of William Mullikin and Margaret Turner:
11. (i) Mary4 Mullican b 22 Jan 1727 Prince Georges Co., MD.18
12. (ii) Margaret4 Mullican b 1 Mar 1728/29 Prince Georges Co., MD.19
+ 13. (iii) William4 Mullican b abt 1730 Prince Georges Co., MD m 1st Nancy "Ann" Allen m2nd 25 Mar 1780 Ann Barrett.20
+ 14. (iv) John4 Mullican b abt 1732 Prince Georges Co., MD m Ann _______.
15. (iv) Basil4 Mullican b 24 Dec 1734 Prince Georges Co., MD.21 His will was made 13 Sep 1802 in Montgomery Co., MD and probated on 31 Jan 1803. He mentioned Basil and William son of John and Ann Mullikin; a cousin, Margaret Ryney; and Richard Beall, son of Lawson.21
1. Baker, Elizabeth Hopkins, "Mullikins of Maryland", by author, 348 East Foster Ave., State College, PA 1932, p 2. Hereafter cited as Baker.
2. Ibid p 2.
3. Ibid, pgs 1 & 2.
4. Ibid, p 1.
5. Ibid, p 2.
6. Ibid pgs 2 & 3.
7. Baldwin, Jane, Compiled by, "The Maryland Calender of Wills", Vol 1, p 41, GPC, Baltimore, MD, 1968. In Eight Volumes and will be hereafter cited as MD Wills 1 thru 8.
8. Baker, pgs 3 & 4.
9. Peden, Henry C. Jr, "Maryland Deponents 1634-1799", Family Line Publications, Westminster, MD, p 135.
10. Baker, p 8.
11. Baker, p 6.
12. MD Wills, II, p 150.
13. MD Wills, III, p 258.
14. MD Wills, III, p 91. On the back of the will of John Smith is a note "Paid to John Bowle, a legacy to Mary Mullikin who is to become his wife from Boliante, Sharon J., "Maryland and Virginia Colonials", GPC, Baltimore, 1991, p 707.
15. Index of Church Registers 1686-1885, Queen Anne Parish 1686-1777, Prince Georges Co., MD, p 328. Barnes, Robert, Compiler, "Maryland Marriages", GPC, 1976, p 127. See Will of John Turner Sr MD Wills V, p 152.
16. Montgomery Co., MD Wills, Liber A folio 27 & 28. Also Malloy, Mary Gordon, Jane C. Sween & Janet D. Manuel, "Abstracts of Wills Montgomery County, Maryland 1776-1825", Family Line Publications, 1998, p 97. Research of Keith Dull, Ashland, OH.
18. Ibid, Index of Church Records, p 328.
21. Research of Keith Dull.