United States of America, Corporal, Captain Thomas Miller's Company, Kentucky Militia, War of 1812. Charles Mullins, residence Fayette County, Texas in 1855, Lampasas County Texas in 1871. War of 1812 Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files, ca. 1871-ca.1900.
Census of 1850 - Charles Mullins, Fayetteville, Fayette County, age 58, born circa 1792 in Virginia, farmer, in household with Isaac Mullins.
Census of 1860 - Charles Mullin, Lampasas County, age 70, born circa 1790 in Virginia, stockraiser.
Census of 1880 - Charles Mullins, Byrds, Brown County, age 89, born circa 1791 in Virginia, sick boarder, in household of son-in-law R.Y. Crop.
Charles Mullins, birth date 4/5/1790, death date 9/14/1880, burial in Mud Creek Cemetery, Thrifty, Brown County. Includes portrait.
Find a Grave.
Biographical sketch, "Mullins Served Tom Green as 'Justice,' Legislator," 8/29/1954, p. 124. Relatives: Charles Mullins, father; Isaac Mullins, son.
San Angelo Standard-Times.
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