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Old 06-20-2008, 03:17 PM
 
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I am not sure what state My grandfather died I am thinking it was KY or Virginia- I know he did prison time and his name was Oakley Mullins- he had 1 son and 3 daughters-larry ,glenda,rose,and carol he was married and divorced from Gladys Kennedy My father who has passed gave no info on him as he hated him , I want family info. ty any free online searches would be helpful.

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Old 06-20-2008, 03:29 PM
 
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I found a few death index listings

Oakley Mullins
b.4 Oct. 1904
d.Jan 1985 Dickenson, VA

b. 10 Jun 1903
d. 3 Apr 1997 Laurel Kentucky

b. 18 May 1920
d. Jul 1985 Madison, Kentucky

b. 5 May 1905
d. Dec 1971 Floyd, Kentucky

Let me know if any of these sound right. I will look further.
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Old 06-20-2008, 03:31 PM
 
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could you look more into to #1 and #3 Those 2 sound most promising ty so much
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Old 06-20-2008, 03:50 PM
 
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This is just real quick...sorry...dinner is on!

This is info for #1 Fathers name- Harrison
Mothers name- Angeline

Brothers and sisters Emery, Ida, James, Ethel, Tilford and Leonard.

The Federal census said they were living in Laurel, Kentucky in 1920.

Hope this helps.
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Old 06-20-2008, 06:09 PM
 
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Also I think he died much earlier than 85 I am thinking it was more like 76-79
Does anyone know I may find Inmate information as I said before he did prison time for killing someone he may have even died in prison.
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Old 06-20-2008, 06:53 PM
 
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Since posting I found out that he died in Ypsilanti Michigan-Also he was pardoned by the govener(levin) for his crime he killed his own brother. please help ty
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Old 06-22-2008, 12:40 AM
 
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I found the below at a site call Fastcase
Here is the web address. It read the rest of the case, they want $4.95


https://www.fastcase.com/Google/Start.aspx?C=fd5920d2c6f1116387dbafb940ee4c5e886ec f1ec010c02d&D=45f19f696f72aaa5c8ef412ca5ef38abe21e be6fc53751ee (broken link)

Hoskins v. Com., 374 S.W.2d 839 (Ky., 1964)

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Page 839

374 S.W.2d 839

Sterling HOSKINS and Oakley Mullins, Appellants,
v.
COMMONWEALTH of Kentucky, Appellee.

Court of Appeals of Kentucky.

Jan. 24, 1964.

Page 840

Shumate, Shumate & Flaherty, Irvine, for appellants.

John B. Breckinridge, Atty. Gen., George F. Rabe, Asst. Atty. Gen., Frankfort, for appellee.

CULLEN, Commissioner.

Sterling Hoskins and Oakley Mullins appeal from a judgment sentencing each to life imprisonment upon their conviction of being accessories before the fact to a murder committed by one J. C. Willis.

We shall first discuss the contention that the evidence is insufficient to sustain the verdict.

The victim, Carl Winkler, was an elderly, bachelor farmer who lived alone on a farm on a country side road. Around 7:50 p. m. on February 8, 1963, he came on foot to the home of a neighbor, in a wounded condition, and told the neighbor that three masked men had attempted to rob him, there had been a 'shoot-out,' and two of the men had run away but he thought he had killed the third man. Winkler was taken to a hospital where within a few hours he died without making any further statements.

The body of J. C. Willis was found in the yard of the Winkler home. He had on a mask and a pistol was clasped in his hand.

J. C. Willis owned a 1953 Mercury car. Around 8 p. m. on the night of the killing two witnesses saw a 1953 Mercury driving toward Richmond on the main highway, at a point not far from the entrance to the side road leading to the Winkler home, at a high rate of speed. Another witness had seen a car (unidentified by the witness as to model) parked on the side road a short distance off the main road around 7 p. m. that night. Willis's car was found the next day parked on a street in Richmond. In the glove compartment was a pistol identified by a witness as having belonged to the defendant Mullins, and a pistol box bearing the same serial number as the pistol found in Willis's hand. A witness testified that on a night after the killing (she did not know what night) she saw the defendant Hoskins go to the Willis car (parked on the same street on which it was found after the killing) and remove a package from it. A police officer testified that Hoskins told him he had seen the car parked on the street, the night of the killing, and had looked into it to see whether it was Willis's car.

Hoskins testified that at one time he had owned the pistol found in Willis's hand, but that...
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Old 06-22-2008, 01:46 PM
 
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Very Interesting I am going to check into this, I was told he killed his own brother and I am not sure of that brothers name.
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Old 10-19-2008, 08:38 PM
 
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Very Interesting I am going to check into this, I was told he killed his own brother and I am not sure of that brothers name.
I am not sure what you are looking for.criminalsearches is a great site, but I would say still do your other checks on other sites. Some time it doesn’t show the guy I am looking for, and the state has a record for him a mile long. Sometimes it gives me things the state doesn’t, so it is worth using.

Another good site is RecordOnlineGuide.blogspot.com. It is great source for public criminal records...find Top Ten list of where to find the best public record search databases online.
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Old 01-10-2009, 04:42 PM
 
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Im trying to find info on someone who died in NYC 1996 and cause of death
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