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Re: Michael MULLETT to America about 1847
Posted by: John Leslie Mullett Date: February 02, 2000 at 09:56:52
In Reply to: Michael MULLETT to America about 1847 by Mary Ellen Sappington Good of 154

Rather coincidentally,My ancestors arrived in Australia around about the same year.,but they all came from England.nad were merchants of some sort.I've led to believe,that the original "Mulletts",came from Alsace Lorraine,and they fishermen of some sort.Their name was I believe,"Moule".,nad they migrated to England and changed their name for political reasons.There were 3 brothers 1 died in India,the other 2 somehow made it to Australia,and lived rather chequered lives.


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