Thirteenth Generation


5550. William Mullins Sr., of the Mayflower332 was born about 1572 in Dorking, Surrey, England. He died on 3 March 1621 at the age of 49 in Plymouth, Massachusetts (Plymouth). He was buried about March 1621. William was a cordwainer, Pilgrim. Sailed from Plymouth, England on the ship "Mayflower" on the 16th. day of
September, 1620. Of the four in the family that emmigrated, only one
survived, the daughter Priscilla. also d. 21 FEB 1620/21, Aka, "Guillaume de
MOLINES of Huguenot descent. Aka, Mulliness".

Sources: "Nos 58-61 West Street, Dorking" by John E.N. Walker. The pamphlet
described above contains 2 pages of data about William's home at West Street
and something about the history of his leaving, result of his pilgrimage to
America, etc. As it is a copyrighted piece I won't include it. It remains in
my collection. "Pioneers of Massachusetts", p. 322.

William held nine shares in the "Adventurers Company" and his estate consisted
primarily of a stock of boots and shoes.

William MULLINS is among the twenty-six "approved" members of the first
Mayflower company from which they accept petition for membership in the
"General Society of Mayflower Descendents"

Also b. 1578. Also d. 21 FEB 1621.

Sources include, but were not exclusively;
"Mayflower Increasings", 2nd. Edition (1995), page 82, by Susan E Roser
"Pioneers of Massachusetts", p. 322.
"Nos. 58-61 West Street, Dorking" by John E N Walker
See also;
"Ancestral File" and the "IGI", "International Genealogical Index", both
resource systems developed and solely owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints.

5551. Alice Atwood332 was born in 1578. She died in 1621 at the age of 43. She was buried about 1621. Surname is only a "possible". Died in the winter of 1621. Also born 1574.

Children were:

2775

i.

Priscilla (Molines) Mullins-12595.

ii.

William Mullins Jr.332,360 died on 12 February 1672/3 in Braintree, Massachusetts (Norfolk). He was buried about February 1672/3. He was born in Dorking, Surrey, England. Aka, "MULLINGES", reportedly went to America in 1636 (aboard the first trip of
the ship "Mayflower". Other records dispute William having made the voyage. I
don't really think he did, based on the weight of the records to that side
that I've seen. But then, I've been, often enough, wrong before.(JFN/1980).

William MULLINS, Jr. is among those who accompanied one of the twenty-six
"approved" members of the first Mayflower company from which they accept
petition for membership in the "General Society of Mayflower Descendents"

Sources include, but were not exclusively;
"Mayflower Increasings", 2nd. Edition (1995), page 84, by Susan E Roser

iii.

Joseph Mullins332 died after March 1621 in Plymouth, Devonshire, England. He was buried about 1621. He was born in England. Joseph died between APR and NOV, 1621.

Joseph MULLINS is among those who accompanied one of the twenty-six "approved"
members of the first Mayflower company from which they accept petition for
membership in the "General Society of Mayflower Descendents"

Sources include, but were not exclusively;
"Mayflower Increasings", 2nd. Edition (1995), page 84, by Susan E Roser