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The Mulkeys of America

Philip Mulkey Hunt
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Portland, Oregon : Mulkey Book, c1982
854 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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Includes index (listing Mulky as a variant spelling).

Three Mulkey brothers--John (d.1736), Philip (d.1736) and James (fl.1744)--were in Virginia. John lived in Spotsylvania County, Vir- ginia, Philip moved to Precinct (now Bertie) County, North Carolina, and James moved to Bladen County, North Carolina. Descendants of John and Philip lived in most of the United States, and some immi- grated to Sinaloa, Mexico as participants in a utopian socialist colony. Few descendants of James have been located. Many Mulkey descendants lived in Georgia and Oregon.

Includes Hartley, Hunt, Marquis, Means, Slaughter, West and related families.

Library's copy bound as: 1 v. in 2.

Additions and corrections are found in: Mulkey newsletter.

Also available on microfiche

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