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Jackson Russell Mullins
 Confederate States of America Army
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Our great grandmother, Editha C. Vickery Mullins Nations was married to Jackson Russell Mullins before his death in October 1863 in the old Washington Prison. He is buried at Arlington National Cemetery under the name of  J.R. Mullins.

In his service record  under J. A. Mullins  he was shown to have served in the 7 Mississippi Cavalry, Company K. as a private.  The date of his birth and the exact date of his death are unknown to me.
 
Jackson Russell Mullins  married Editha C. Vickery December 13, 1855 in Yalabusha County Mississippi.  She was born September 12, 1837 and died December 18, 1923. They had two children, William Alfred Mullins, born April 10, 1859 and Mattie C. Mullins, born May 2, 1861.
 
After the death of Jackson Russell Mullins, Editha Vickery Mullins  married Thomas Jefferson Nations on May 31, 1865 also in Yalobusha County Mississippi. Thomas Jefferson Nations, listed as T.J. Nations, was also a Confederate veteran  serving in 41 Mississippi Infantry Company D. as a Private
 
I am not aware of what information you need, but I hope this will be helpful.
 
Patsy Watson Hill, October 2006
Grand Saline, Texas


MULLINS, J R
CO H 42 MISS INF
BURIED AT:   SITE 153

JR Mullins Gravesite PHOTO
 Photo Courtesy of Roxsanne Wells-Layton, June 2006


Posted: 3 July 2006 Updated: 8 October 2006