James was born in 1886 in Mississippi, the son of unknown parents.
He died in 1960 in Laurel, Jones County, Mississippi.
He had two marriages/partners. His first wife was Piety Adelaid Leggett, who he married in 1908. The place has not been found. Their three known children were Frances (1910-1934), John Calvin (1914-2003) and Mary Elizabeth (1919-2004).
His second wife was Nellie Cecil Reddoch, who he married in 1928 in Laurel, Jones County, Mississippi. Their only known child was Jimmy Quitman (1935-?).
|Census||8 JAN 1920||
Laurel Leader Call August 20, 1960. James Calvin Mulholland. 73, a Laurel resident for the past 52 years and co-owner of the City Barber Shop, died at a Laurel hospital late Friday night.
He was hospitalized Wednesday after suffering a heart attack. Mulholland was born in Philadelphia Miss., Dec. 13, 1886. He spent his childhood in Mt. Olive and moved to Laurel in 1908, where he established a barber shop. An excellent athlete, Mulholland pitched baseball locally for a number of years and was also an amateur boxer. He was active in a number of civic affairs.
Funeral services will be held at 4:30 p. m. Sunday from the chapel of Thompson's Funeral Home. The Revs. William Asger and Thomas R. McKibbons will officiate. Interment will follow in Crestview cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Cecil R. Mulholland of Laurel; two sons, John Calvin Mulholland of Crosseu, Ark.; and James Mulholland of Indiana University; three sisters, Mrs. Maude Phipps, Jackson; Mrs. Emma Phipps, Taylorsville; and Mrs. Kate Touchstone, Laurel; one brother, Andrew Mulmolland, Edna, Texas; and three grandchildren. Active pallbearers will be Paul H. White. D. U. Maddox, Sr.. Loring Burgess. C. D. Boyd, C. A. Overstreet, F. K. Aplin, J. M. Caughman, and C. H. Thompson. Thompson's Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.