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John Mull (1843 - 1919)



Source:  The Observer Newspaper, Washington PA, April 8, 1919, page unknown:

(John Mull died Apr 7, 1919)

Death Notice: John Mull, who lives near the Enterprise coal mine, died yesterday at the Washington hospital at the age of 76 years. He had been in poor health for about three months. He leaves two daughters, Nancy and Margaret, and three sons, John, Henry and Dewey, at home and two brothers, Samuel, who lives near Enterprise also, and William, the local policeman.

Obituary: Funeral of John Mull
Funeral services for the late John Mull will be held at his late home near the Enterprise Coal mine this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be in Cook's cemetery.

Cooke Burial Ground, gravestone - Mull, John B 15 Jan 1843, d 7 Apr 1919, Col F. 32nd Regiment, United State Colored Troop.

Civil War Soldiers & Sailors Record:

John Mull
Regiment Name: 32 U.S. Col'd Infantry
Side: Union
Company: F
Soldiers Rank: Wagoner
Film No. M589 roll 63
African American Civil War Memorial, Plaque Number: B-48

Submitted by Lola M. (Swearingen) Weber




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