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The Mullenax family goes back to Pendelton County in West
I will begin my line with Joseph Mullenax(1815-1877) who married Abigail Phares (1822-1872) in 1840.
Their children:

1.Conrad Mullenax (1841-1888)
2.George a. Mullenax (b.1845)
3.Sarah Catherine Mullenax (1847-1927) She married William P.
Jennings in Iowa in 1870.
4.JACOB PHARES Mullenax (1853-1907) married Cynthia Ann Phillips
(1852-1887)of Iowa.
5.Abigail Mullenax (1857-?) May have married George Jennings and
died in California.
6.Margaret Susan Mullenax (1860-?) Married Jesse Davis.
7.Robert W.Mullenax (1863-1864)
8.Joseph L. Mullenax (1868-1872)

Jacob Phares Mullenax was my great grandfather. He and Cynthia Phillips had three children(who lived):

1. Joseph Mullenax (born 1877-died 1877)
2. Augusta Mullenax (1881-1935)
3. ETTA MULLENAX (1884-1949)
4. Frank Mullenax (1886-1971)

Etta Mullenax was my grandmother. She was first married
To Carl Murphy and had three children:
1. Jacob Phares Murphy (1901-1982)
2. Carl Francis Murphy (1903-1961)
3. Winona Margurite Murphy (1905-1983)

Etta Mullenax married Chares F. Rich (1859-1931)in 1914
and had the following children:

1. Melvin Leroy Rich (1915-1999)
2. Clifford Alan Rich (1917-1999)
3. HELEN IRENE RICH (1920-1992)
4. Winfred Delmar (1923-1931)
5. Neva Lucille (1925-1926

Helen was my mother. I am trying to find any descendants of the above Mullenax clan for exchange of family
information and photos. If you think you may be related, please email me!
My MULLENAX Family Ancestors
Updated January 19, 2014

Denise E Spolerich

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