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Volume 33, Number 1, August 2018

Scanned image of cover of MXWorld Volume 33, No 1, Aug 2018.
  • Cover: Photo: Beulah Caroline Chambers Mullinax (1871-1967) wife of Joseph Estridge Mullinax (1869-1932). Beulah is the great grandmother of US457 David Ray Mullinax.
  • Index, copyright and Representatives addresses. Front cover description - 1
  • New President’s Message Steve Mullinax; - 2
  • Retiring President Tony Mx Steele’s new venture on the tug ship The Danny
    News from USA: New Members US487 Judie Zamzow; US488 Adam Mulanax; US489 Letitia Mullenix; US490 Maddux Mullinax - 2-3
  • Molyneux Family of Sarah I Whiting, Oelbong by US101 Marie Mx Spearman - 4-6

 

  • Continuing US457 David Ray Mullinax’s Family History: Gt.gr.father Joseph Estridge Mullinax 1869-1932 - 7-10
  • A Story by US490 Maddux Mullinax - 11-15
  • South Africa: Photo of Bev & Terry Molyneux, on holiday with family in USA: Australia: Obituary James Edward Hemming 1933-2018 - 16
  • Margaret Hemming an Honorary member; Sydney Ports, Australia, Molineux Point, New South Wales, Australia - 17
  • UK News: New UK member UK217 Jillian Margaret Hedges and family information. - 18
  • Early Days an extraction from Jillian’s book Molyneux Moments & Townsend Times - 19-25/li>
  • Enquiry from non-member Breda Reidy re Molyneux of Castle Dillon - 25
  • Non member Thank you note to Tony Mx Steele for his help from a pleased researcher Bridget Wertz - 26
  • Face book extracts by US332 Wayne Straight. (William Webster Mx & Sarah Mx) - 27-28

Our Editor: Betty Molyneux Brown


Blending lineages, family photos, stories and data extracts Betty creates a most enjoyable family history magazine for our very diverse, world-wide membership.

After Wes' death in January of 1995, President Betty Molyneux Brown in the UK stepped down, and immediately stepped up into the role as IMFA’s Editor. The newsletter was renamed MxWorld with a new masthead created by UK015 David Molyneux, and soon grew to 28 pages.

 

Betty’s passion and dedication to preserving and making history interesting and accessible extends to her volunteer work with her parish church. This last April, 2010, Betty was instrumental in the great success of the Prescot Church’s 400th anniversary celebration (1610-2010). Betty’s well-researched history can be read from the online pages of the Church Magazine at her church’s website: Prescot Church

Please send us your family stories and photographs, because members do like to read about other Molyneux families.