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Re: Family of Joshua Pusey -- Inventor of Bookmatches
Posted by: Joe Mullineaux Date: January 10, 2002 at 15:18:00
In Reply to: Family of Joshua Pusey -- Inventor of Bookmatches by Ed Pusey of 209

Charlotte Pusey was my grandmother. I beleive she was the daugther of Fred Pusey. My father's name was Frederick Pusey Mullineaux. Charlotte was married to Joseph Forrest Mullineaux and they lived in Boston but they were divoriced sometime between the mid twenties and early thirties and I beleive she moved to California. My father never talked much about his mother's family but I have seen pictures of Maple Linden - where my grandparents were married and I knew that Jacob invented the match book. My daughter is doing a report on Jacob for her history class so I would appreciate any more information you could povide


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