J. and Kizziah Vanover Mullins Cemetery
From Clintwood take
Route 83 to Little Doc Hollow.
The cemetery is located on the ridge above and between Little Doc Hollow and Brush Creek.
cemetery data is based on information provided by
Hetty Sutherland in the 1990's.
From the entrance gate on the south
side of the cemetery:
- Sarah Mullins
- B April 30, 1879
D March 30, 1926
"Thy life was beauty, truth, goodness and
A. J. Mullins
J. aka Little Andy or Preacher Andy)
B May 13, 1859
D Mar 23,1951
Age 91 yrs 10 mos 10 days
"In God I trust"
B May 11, 1860
D Jan 05,1934
"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord "
B Jan 20, 1891
D Feb 18, 1939
"Borne Home by Angel Hands"
- Duran Mullins
No inscription on the native stone marker.
(Thought to be a son of Harmon Mullins. He
died at an early age.)
(Thought to be a daughter of A.J.
and Kizziah Mullins, and was the first
person buried here.
She was reportedly born Jan. 14, 1887,
and died Nov. 03, 1899.)
Edward Everett Mullins
(Believed to have been the son of A.J. and
Kizziah Vanover Mullins. Thought to have
been born March 28, 1910, and died July 30,
Maudie M. Sutherland
May 28, 1893D Apr 29, 1916
"A loving mother
from us is gone
A voice we loved is stilled
A place is vacant in our home
That never can be filled"
(Died during childbirth giving birth to daughter
N.V.T. Wright (Nicatie
B June 01, 1877
D May 05, 1929
"Thy trials ended
Thy rest is won"
(A daughter of A.J. and Kizziah Vanover Mullins
who was married to John Wright, who deserted
her, and left her with five children to raise.
She went by the name of Nicatie.)
In the northeast corner, some distance
from others and side by side, are the graves
of three chidlren of Orsa A. And Pearl
Swindall Counts who lived in one of the four
houses Ms. Hetty remembered
as being in Little Doc Hollow in the 1920's. These
graves are as follows:
George Trivett Counts
B Feb 22, 1925
D Apr 05, 1925
Dau of Pearl and OA Counts
B Dec 25,1924
D Dec 26, 1924
"Asleep in Peace"
Son of Pearl and OA Counts
Born and Died Dec 08, 192?
"Gone but not forgotten"
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