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So affected was Andrew McMullen, a young man whose home is near Natural Bridge on the Lexington and Eastern railroad, by the failure of his mother, Mrs. McMullen, to recognize him when he visited her at the Eastern Kentucky Asylum in this city Tuesday morning, that his mind became unbalanced half an hour after he left that institution and he had to be arrested by Patrolman Robert Hale and other officers and placed in a cell at the police station.
Miller Loses in His [Illegible] Against Brown Jury Finds for the Former Official of Infirmary (News Article) Date: 1910-03-31; Paper: The Lexington Herald, page 12.
Committed to the Asylum
Andrew McMullen, aged 37 years, was tried on a lunacy charge, in the Fayette Circuit Court yesterday, found to be of unsound mind, and committed to the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum. McMullen was arrested Tuesday by Patrolman Hale and other officers with some difficulty, while wandering aimlessly about Main street.
No Headline (Mortuary Notice); Date: 1916-10-12; Paper: The Lexington Herald; Page 4. This entire product and/or portions thereof are copyrighted by NewsBank and/or the American Antiquarian Society. 2004.
Deaths and Funerals
Funeral services for Andrew McMullen, who died Monday night following a protracted illness, will be held at the grave in the Lexington Cemetery this morning at 10 o'clock, the Rev. J. W. Porter officiating. His widow, Mrs. Ella McMullen, four daughters and three sons survive him; also four brothers: John McMullen and Frank McMullen of Lexington; James McMullen and William McMullen of New Mexico, and two sisters: Mrs. Belle Metz, of Franklin County, and Mrs. Thomas Reed of Bourbon County.
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