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Francis Marion Mullins
and Eliza "Liza" Jane Mullins

Francis Marion Mullins b 21 Aug 1860 d 10 Jan 1951; buried Stiltner Cemetery, Mouth of Lick Fork, Beefhide, Pike Co KY; s/o Solomon Mullins and Nancy Matilda Wilcox. Francis Marion Mullins m. 28 Aug 1878 Pike Co KY to Eliza Jane "Liza" Mullins b 24 Jan 1856 Pike Co KY d 20 Nov 1933 Pike Co KY; buried Stiltner Cemetery Mouth of Lick Fork, Beefhide, Pike Co KY; d/o Spencer Mullins and Elizabeth Johnson. Children of Francis Marion Mullins and Eliza Jane "Liza" Mullins;

1. Willie S Mullins b 24 Jul 1882 d 6 Jul 1959 Pike Co KY; m. Jane Bryant. Willie was once the Tax Commissioner of Pike Co KY.

2. Florida Mullins b 15 Feb 1876 East Jenkins, Letcher Co KY d 27 Jan 1967 Portsmouth, Scioto Co OH; m. Ausmin L Mercer b 30 Sept 1862 d 15 Jun 1939. Florida Mullins m. 20 Jun 1894 to A L Farmer.

3. Millie Mullins b 19 Jul 1884; m. Thompson "Tom" Stiltner b 18 May 1872 Buchanan Co VA d 5 Nov 1962 Ashland KY; s/o Christopher Stiltner and Elizabeth Anderson Richardson. Children of Thompson "Tom" Stiltner and Millie Mullins;

i. Mollie Stiltner b 11 Aug 1904; m. Eddie Sowards.

ii. Alter Stiltner (male) b 1918

iii. Oscie Stiltner (female) b 1919

4. Frona "Lizzie" Mullins b 24 Sep 1900 d 5 Mar 1976 in Myra, Pike Co KY; m. John Calvin Looney b 17 Jan 1894 Maxie, Buchanan Co VA d Jan 1983 Myra, Pike Co KY.

Obituary of Francis Marion Mullin

Obituary of Francis Marion Mullins: Funeral services for Francis Marion Mullins, 92 of Beefhide, will be held at 10 a.m. today at the home of a daughter, Mrs Calvin Looney, with whom he resided when he died late Tuesday afternoon. Officiating will be the Reverends Ellis Moore, Noah May, Charles Roberts and Crocket Baker. Burial will take place in the family cemetery near his home. Mr. Mullins was a retired farmer, carpenter and a Regular Baptist Minister. He had lived in the county all his life. He was the son on Solomon Mullins and Nancy Matilda Wilcox Mullins. His father was a Yankee soldier during the Civil War and was captured when Mr. Mullins was only three years old, a fact he often recalled either by his own remembrance or what his family had told him. Surviving are three daughters: Mrs. Florida Mercer of Ohio, Mrs. Tom Stiltner, Pikeville and Mrs. Looney of Myra. He also leaves 31 grandchildren."

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