G. T. (Gideon Tibbetts) Ridlon.

History of the families Millingas and Millanges of Saxony and Normandy, comprising genealogies and biographies of their posterity surnamed Milliken, Millikin, Millikan, Millican, Milligan, Mulliken and Mullikin, A. D. 800-A. D. 1907; containing names of thirty thousand persons, with copious notes on online

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old squire entered with uplifted sword, he demanded of Relu-ir;i ;i rtMson
for her being up at so late an hour, and for the noises he had heard. .She
was found sitting calmly by her stand reading by the dim light of her tallow
candle. Her father looked about the room, peered under the bed, admonished
Rebecca to retire, and returned to his own room. .\s still as a listening
mouse, George Coolbroth held his position behind the bed-curtains, scarcely
daring to draw a normal breath or suffer his heart to beat without a bridle.
Rebecca bent her sensitive ear to listen. Had her father become satisfied
that she was alone in the room ; had he retired to his own bed for repose,
or was he acting the detective somewhere below the stairs .' Awaiting develop-
ments, they were reassured by a sound in the parental bedroom resembling
the tearing of strong cloth ; it was the unconscious oration of a heavy
sleeper. At this juncture George emerged from this undignified position.
They cemented the bonds of affection with a freshly moistened wafer,
whispered good night, and he was soon making tracks across the fields
toward the Coolbroth homestead. Thus matters went on, love finding a way
for mutual communion and close fellowship until the time for the wedding
had been tixed and all preliminary arrangements were secretly made. Ben-
jamin Milliken, a brother of Rebecca — afterwards known as the "Royalist — "
was taken into the confidence of the contracting persons and proved an ex-
cellent and discreet assistant. It was midwinter. The snow lay deep upon
the fields. All was quiet about Squire Milliken's mansion at Dunstan. The
great tire roared up the chimney and the flames danced about the enormous
backlog. The Squire at his corner of the hearthstone gazed upon the glow-
ing embers and drifted mentally away in semi-dreams about his real estate
transactions. Abigail Norman, his good dame, lengthened the leg of the
stocking with her knitting needles at the opposite side of the tire-place.
The children were disposed between their parents, amongst them Rebecca,
apparently serene and silent, but filled with anticipations, hopes and fears.
The son Benjamin had been visiting at a neighbor's and came home late.
The brands burned off in the middle and fell over the andirons ; the shovel
and tongs did service in burying the embers ; the high-backed chairs were
set against the wall ; the tall clock was wound up. and the members of the
Milliken family went each to their places of rest. Rebecca had not long
to wait in her cold room before the heavy breathing of her father assured
her that the opportune moment had come. Her bundle was already made
up and the window was open. Her brother Benjamin had procured two
pairs of snow-shoes and George Coolbroth was waiting with them outside :
he assisted Rebecca to climb down from the window-sill; they ■ "y

tied on their snow-shoes, the heels forward, and turned their decepi..- .. ps
toward the Portland road. At the early dawn the mail stage came along
and the young couple took seats for Portsmouth, where George Coolbrooth



820 GENERAL SUPPLEMENT.

had relatives. They were united in wedlock that evening. When the Mil-
liken family of Dunstan had risen and preparations for breakfast were nearly
completed, the squire came in from the barn and asked for Rebecca. The
shrewd mother said she had not been called and could be allowed to sleep
awhile. Hastening to his wood lot, Squire Milliken did not know of his
daughter's departure until he came home at noon. Rebecca was not there
and the mother with great demonstrations of distress informed him that she
could not be found. Going to her room he looked from the window and
discovered the snowshoe tracks, where, evidently, some one had approached
the house. He instantly came to the conclusion that Rebecca had been
carried away, and made haste to examine the impression made by the snow-
shoes. He saw that two persons with snowshoes had approached — evi-
dently. Whence came they ? whither go ? No trace of them could be found
beyond the snowbank under Rebecca's window. All was mystery, bewilder-
ment. Were the persons coming on the snowshoes secreted somewhere
about the buildings ; were they not in the house ? Up stairs, down stairs
and "in the lady's chamber," the squire turned his steps; everywhere he'
searched, but no trace of the missing, the lost Rebecca could be found.
Putting on his own snowshoes the squire determined to find where the two
who had approached his house at night came from. Tracing the tracks back-
ward, as he supposed, he was led to the Portland and Portsmouth road ;
here all ended in mystery. He reasoned that Rebecca had not eloped with
Coolbroth, for the tracks led away from the homestead of that family.

The few neighbors were raised and joined in the search. Various theories
were expressed and as George Coolbroth could not be found the majority
assumed that he had gone away with Rebecca Milliken. When the search-
ing party were about the Milliken mansion, the mother of Rebecca, and Ben-
jamin made despairing demonstrations of grief ; when the neighbors had
departed, the brother and mother held secret council to devise means to
allay the passion of the squire.

There was no telegraph then you know, and Squire Milliken hitched up
his tall yellow mare, whose force on the road was allied to a small hurri-
cane, and away he went toward Portland. Inquiry was everywhere made
for the lost Rebecca, but no one had seen her. She was advertised and a
generous reward offered for her discovery ; but on the return of the mail
stage she and her husband came back to Dunstan, and took up their abode
at the Coolbroth farmhouse. The old squire did rave and tear ; he was
angry to his marrow bones and stormed in wild fury ; he disowned Rebecca
and cut her off from his estate. She survived, however, until almost one
hundred years of age and became the mother of twelve or fourteen children ;
she lived to see a child of the fifth generation of her descendants, and that
child, now a beautiful Christian lady, whose pleasant face is enframed by
waving, snowy locks, gave the writer the facts recorded in this sketch.

Rebecca Milliken Coolbroth saw many hard experiences of want with
her large family, being deprived of all material assistance from her obdurate
father ; and in old age frequently said she would not advise any other young
woman to do as she did, when against her father's will, she went away to
marry the companion she loved. q nn j^iHion Sr





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Abbult, Ann, sjS.

I'"ninia, 2jS.

]Io\vard, 93.

Xchcmiah, 33.

Kachcl, 663.

Susan \V. 55.

Tessa, 572.
Al)cl, Susan E. 753.
AboriK'tliy, Claudius, 755.
Abranis, William, 597.
Aconihain, Andrew, 177.
Acuff, Joseph, 753.

Lizzie, 753.
Adair, Hr. Noah, 553.
Adams, Dr. Daniel, joj.

Dr. Edward II. iji.
Adams F.\mily, 86.
Adams, Lavinia, 25.

Mary, 455.

Xan, 318.

.\ancy, 6S7.

Xathanicl, 9.

Nathaniel, 16.

Samuel, 21.

Sarah E. 10 1.
Addison, Rev. 535.
Adic, William, 155.
Agncw, Dr. Hayes, 307.

Mary E. 357.

Miss Xannie, 467.
Aiken, Margaret D. 794.
Akers, Maud, 367.
Aldcn, George, 175.
Alder, Henry, 385.
Aldrich, Uriah, 213.
Alercron. John L. 758.
Alesworth, James, 82.
Alexander Family. 336.
Alexander, James, 523.

Tames, 292.

Rev. J. E. 625.

Rebecca, 84.

Sarah, 309.

Rev. Wm. C. 337.
Alfred Fa.milv, 579.
Alfred, Warren, 714.
Allcott, Anna B. 207.
Alley, Alexander, 113.

Mary, 113.
Allen, Albion R. 57.

Asher, 326.

Elizabeth, 666.
Allen, Emma, 366.
Alle.v Family, 217,^
Allen, Frank C. 142.

Gilbert, 217.

Harriet M. 326.

John, 640.

Lavinia, 359.

Marida, 711.

Nancy A. 604.

Nellie, 172.

Sabe, 609.

Sarah, 95.

William, 172.
Alling Family, 311.



AllinR, Lucius, 311.
Allinson, Alice, 767.
.Mlison, Eleanor, ij.

Ida, s8j.

James A. 577.

Joseph T. 577.

Ralph, 9.

Ralph, 12.

Robert, 757.

W. A. 616.
.\nibrose, Rev. M. 11. 424.
.\mes, lliram II. jd't.
Anderson, Catherine, 303.

Dolly, 153.
.■\.NDERso.N Family, 539.
.\n>lerson, M. C. i86.

J. ICrvin, 468.

Joel G. 683.

Martin, 449.

Miles, 60b.

Richard, 528.

Richard S. 530.

Thomas E. 683.

William, 388.

William, 433.
Andrews, Ann, 44.
Andrew Family. 404.
.\ndrews, Amanda, 801.
Andrews, Rev. George C. i ."6.

Rev. George C. 156.

Hannah, 70.

Hannah, 137.

John R. 184.

Jonathan, 70.

Lucinda, 384.

Mary E. 129.

Mary J. 272.

Stephen D. 404.
.\nnan, Rev. Matthew, 463.
.\nnis, Ellen T. 214.

Emeline B. 205.

Xathaniel, 206.
i\ppleton, Daniel, 93.
Archibald Family, 777.
Archibald, Dr. F. E. 777.
.\rdren, James H. 771.
.'\rme, Samuel, 542.
Armington, Arthur, T44.
Armistcad, W"illiam M. 407.
Armole. Joseph, 793.
.Arms, Mary E. 738.
Arms, Mary E. 802.
Armsbruster, John, 591.
Armstrong, Caroline, 305.

I'rancis, ^36.

Horatio G. 534.

Xancy T. 689.

Robert, "86.

Sarah A. 387.
Arnold Family, 411.
Arnold, Milton, 130.

Oliver, 213.

Sarah, 349.

William, 621.
Arter, Charles L. 764.

Martha, 764.



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Habb, Willinm. I-4.
Bacon. I>! 7 J.

Dr. li
Bacon, JaU/, >jy.
Levi, 311.

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'■■"ii' A. 329.

Eiiuiia L. 5SI.

Ezra L. 551.

Frank, iSo.
Bagwell, JctTcrgon, 753.
Baglcy, Nathan, 206.
Bailey, Edward, 24a,

Esther, 404.

F. <). 135.

Jefferson, 600.

Louisa, 395.
Baillie, Margaret, 797.
Bain Familv, 567.
Bain. Fannie, 721.

Joshua, 721.
Baincs, Rachel, 763.
Baird, Harriett, J45.

James, 345.

John. 333.

Margaret, 333.
Baker, iV-njamin. 193.

( li.irles. 105.

Ed. he S. 345-

EuKinc S. 577.
Baker 1'"aum.v, 333.
Bakfp I— - - ••
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Joseph K. 332.

Lydia, 426.

>laniic, 354-

R..tHrt. 335.

William. 710.
Bakewcli, Lucy A. 401.

William, .f'
Baldwin. Ann. '



Great credit is due Miss Enola Chapman, a brilliant student of the Kexar FalU
(Maine) High School and an ingenious chirographist, who has in the most careful manner

transposed and compiled this " Inde.\ of Surnames."



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INDEX OF SURNAMES.



Baldwin Family, 642.
Baldwin, John, 65.

Sarah, 378.

William, 642.
Bales, Rev. Eleizer, 644.
Bales Family, 658.
Bales Family, 679.
Bales, George, 679.

Margaret, 658.

Parnell, 679.
Ball, Amanda, 28.

Dr. Bopher, 367.

Cornelia A. 28.
Ball Family, 281.
Ball, Hon. Nicholas, 281.

Thomas, 550.
Ballowe, Judge J. A. 750.
Baltimore, Lord, 512,
Bancroft Family, 181.
Bancroft, James W. 181.
Band, Hatton, 536.
Bane, John, 376.

Rachel, 384.
Banister, Betsey, 294.
Bankston, Nancy, 743.
Banks, Elizabeth, 59.

Israel P. 78.

Lizzie G. 179.

Lucy, 64.

Moses, 59.

Rebecca, 165.

Sarah C. 140.

Sarah E. 78.

Col. T. S. 175-
Banton, Louisa J. 749.
Barber, C. H. 113.

Mary, 239.

Sarah, 370.
Barbridge, Elizabeth, 23.
Barbour, Catherine, 39.

Elma E. 708.

Harriett A. 39.

John, 39.
Barclay, Isabella, 285.

Isaliella, 435.
Bardwell, Elisha, 121.
Barker, Alice, 125.

Ebenezer, 226.

Ezra, 743.

Fannie A. 166.

Hannah, 203.

Martha E. 713.

Dea. Simeon, 125.
Barlow, William, 744.
Barnard, Bertha, 452.

Hazen, 267.

John, 45^.

Thomas M. 444.
Barnett, James, 601.

Louisa, 598.

Matthew L. 539.
Barnes, Aidic, 549.

Caroline J. 214.

Franky, 605.

Julia, 135.

Sarah, 608.
Barr, Mary J. 333.

Maud ^I. 699.

William, 336.
Barrett Family, 661.
Barrett, Lydia, 660.

Mary C. 746.

Nelson, 206.

Richard, 660.

Dr. William T. 746.
Barrett, Sir Thomas, 797.
Barrow, Catherine M. 546.
Barrows, Charles, 600.
Barron, Clara A. 145.
Barrow, Maj. Edwin, 554.

Elizabeth, 771.



Bartlett F.\mily, 28.
Bartlett, James E. 531.

Hosea, 206.

Williiam N. 40.
Bartley, Nicholas, 536.
Barton Family, 445.
Barton, Lightsey, 133.
Bates Family, 238.
Bates, Nancy, 239.

Peter, 237.

Roxela, 294.
Battee, Sophia R. 555.
Bathrick, Rev. S. 52.
Battee, Caroline E. L. 555.

■ Richard R. 555.
Baum, Bertha B. 271.
Baugh, Jesse F. 345.
Baxter, Elizabeth, 327.
Beade, Dorcia, 410.
Beade, Nathaniel, 410.
Beach, Charles H. 629.

Julia, 394.
Beacham, Lester, 699.
Beal, S. E. 365.
Beales, Adelaude, 398.
Beals, Elizabeth, 643.

Susanna, 63.
Beale Family, 435.
Beale Family, 436.
Beale, James, 448.

Joanna, 67.

Joshua, 435.

Junia M. 448.

Maggie, 742.

Nancy, 438.

Rachel, 434.
Bean, Beniah, 214.

Jeremiah, 23.

Mrs. Lydia, 23.

Shuah, 214.
Bear, Lizzie, 153.

Sadie, 436.
Beaver, Gen. Jas. A. 340.
Beard, Benjamin, 101.

David, 557.

Elizabeth H. 557.
Beard F.\mily, 101.
Beard, Richard, 518.

Sarah, 245.
Beattie, M. 666.
Beatty, Alexander, 351.

Rev. C. C, 624.

James, 453.

Jane, 299.

Mary, 331.

Mary, 348.

Miles N. 351.

William, 453.
Beasley, Massie, Esq. 598.
Beaucamp, Ellsworth, 691.

Ellsworth, 721.
Beauchamp, G. W. 676.
Beck Family, 708.

Hamilton C. 708.

Mary E. 58.
Beckett, Mary, 39S.
Beckett, William, 398.
Beckwith, Herbert H. 320.

Mary A. 93.
Beer Family, 464.
Beeson, Sadie A. 719.
Behr, John H. 273.
Beilafatt, Helen, 694.
Bell, Elizabeth, 432.

Capt. George, 349.

Jane, 462.

John, 432.

John C. S03.

Joseph A. 434.

Julia, 444-

Levi H. 244.



Bell, Rachel, 432.

Samuel H. 79.

Sarah C. 351.

Sarah F. 244.

Lena, 151.

Peter, 237.

Samuel, 237.

Nancy, 671.
Bemis, Evelyn M. 145.
Bender, Elmer W. 444.
Bennett, Abigail, 350.

Alice N. 343.

Anna E. 343.

Benjamin, 350.

Eva, 558.

Franklin E. 265.

James I. 343.

Jennie, 130.

John H. 172.

Richard, 130.

Sarah A. 350.

William, 316.
Bensel, Marcus, 285.

Jacob, 285.
Benson, James, 550.

Mr. 627.
Benton, Albion P. 78.
Bentley, Ellen, 601.

Jane, 601.

":Maria, 352.
Berkshire, Aurelia, 440.
Berry, Ann, 71.

Belle S. 256.

Betsey, 78.

Elizabeth, 78.

Col. John, 256.

Rev. John, 69.

Joseph S. 191.

Mary, 71.

Miss Mary, 553.

Nancy, 541.

S. M. 400.

William, 24.

William, 70.

Zebulon, 78.
Berryman, Ruth, 693.
Berwick, Jane, 761.
Besley, Seller, 564.
Bettis, Mr. 705.

Ellen, 705.
Betts, Bertie, 118.
Bevans Family, 700.
Bevorsdorf, Sapha, 747.
Bial, Samuel, 47.
Bickford, Charles, 28.

Ebenezer, 28.

Letitia, 28.

Mary, 67.

Sylvanus, 28.

Theodore, 28.

William, 28.
Bigelow, Col. 161.

Frances W. 207.
Bigger, Edward D. 506.
Biggers, William, 498.
Biggin, Ellen, 312.
Bill, Jeremiah, 269.
Billings, Hannah, 246.

Lucinda, 246.

Rufus, 246.

Timothy, 76.
Bindle, Maria S. 129.
Binst, Harriett, 766.

Martha, 766.
Bisbee, Eliza, 211.

Jane, 211.
Bishop, Daniel, 735.
Bixby, Blanche. 207.

Bradford, 67.

Julia, 241.
Black, Calvin, 607.



INDEX OF SURNAMES.



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Black, Emma C. 363.
Mary, 804.

1'lACK I'AMIt.Y, 166.

Black Family, 606.
Black, Ilattic K. ;74.

Henry, 135.

James, 403.

leanette, 349.

Dr. John S. 607.

Mary. 787.

Moses, 607.

Samuel, 166.

Kev. W. T. 47.
Blackburn, Eliza \. 36J.

Eranklin, 755.

Maggie, 228.

Paulina J. 672.
Blackstonc, Mary J. 557.
Blackball. A. II. 48.
Blake, fbarles, 206.
Blake, Elizabctb, 795.

lienry P. 206.

Jane, 755.

Lydia, 167.
Blakemore, ^Irs. Ann, 656.
Blakemore Family, 663.
Blakie, David, 784.

Rosanna, 784.
I'.lacknian, Benjamin. 12.
lUackmore, Maurice 1!. 531.
Blakely, Lotta, 289.
Blades, Sarah, 541.
Blain, James, i},!.
Blaine, Hon. James G. 732.

Marv, 732.
Blair, Elizabeth, 687.

Enos, 642.
Blair Family, 648.
Blair Family, 687.
Blair, John A. 711.

John, 687.

Hon. Joseph A. 649.

Millard, 692.

Samuel, 687.
Blaisdell, Albert O. 146.

Clara, 146.

John P. 116.

Julia A. 116.

Louisa M. 145.

Parron, J46.
Blanchard, Bell, 730.

Everett, 120.

Dr. E. B. 120.
Blanchard Family. 466.
Blanchard, Greta, 272.

Greta, 272.
Bland, Thomas J. 678.
Blatcbly, Grace, 367.
Bledsoe, Mr. 489.
Blizard, Parthena, 714.
Blodget, Bridget, 2:5.
Blont, Mary, 385.
Blood, Mary L. 29.
Boden, Robert, 444.
Boggs, Andrew, 456.

C. T. 48.

Lane, 432.
Bond, Luceba, 207.

Sarah L. 273.

Winslow, 208.
Bonfoy, Watson E. 664.
Bonner, Martha A. 496.
Boon, Elizabeth, 303.

Margaret, 307.

Mary, 303.

Thomas, 310.
Boone, Daniel, 601.

James, 601.
Book, Isaac, 450.
Booth, Minnie, 289.
Boothby, Anna, 127.



Boothby, Comcliiu, 14$.
r><>(iriiiiY 1-'amii.v, f..-.
BctuiiiiiY Familv, 87.
Boothby Family, 158.
Boothby, Levi, 183.
Burden, Lovinia, 445,

John, 10.

Nathaniel T. 17J.
Borland, Catherine, jjj.
Boss, Kiibert, 152.
Itossinan, Itallard, 627.
Bnstwick, .\larv, Uh},.
Boswell, .Manila J." jiji;.
Bosworth, llatlif A. .'(lO.
Bothrock. Marian .\L 446.
Iloult, David, 215.

Josephine, 215.
Boulton, Harry, 155.
liowdoin. Judge J. A. 696.
Bowclle, .Xmaiula, 543.

Henry, 541.

William II. 543.
Bowers, Arathusji, 35.

Jeremiah, 388."

Minerva, 388.
Bowie, Gov. 528.

William I). 520.
Bowles, Charles W. 220.

Jane, 305.

.Margaret, 115.
Bowen, Rev. W. H. 52.
Bowser, Albert C. 447.
Boyce, Laura, 319.

Nicholas, 749.
Boyd, Emma !•. 708.

Gertrude, 708.

Hannah, 708.

James M. 709.

James, 384.

John, 477.

Narcissa, 709.

Pamelia, 709.

Polly, 417.

Sarah A. 792.

T. S. 683.

William, 708.

William L. 708.
Boyden, Harvey, 27.
Boyle Family, 85.
Boyle Family, 389.
Boyle, William, 389.
Boynton, Ada, 179.
Bozeman, Mr. 627.

Polly, 610.
Bozle, John, 542.
Brackett, Frances E. 184.

I. J., 176.
Bradbury, Susan C. 172.
Bxaden. William, 394.
Bradford, Samuel P. 126.
Bradley, Bain, 208.

Catherine, 551.

Esther, 288.
Bradley Family, 591.

Lizzie, 601.

Mary, 405.
Bradstreet, Dr. Daniel, 193.
Braidwood. Alex, 294.
Brandon, Cassie, 401.

Melvin C. 39-

William, 27.
Branch, Edwin, 565.
Brann, .•\nna P. 143.

Henry P. 143.

Mary, 143.
Branyan, Elizabeth, 437.

Henry, 437. •

Rachel, 437.
Breck, Jenny A. 99.
Brewer, Charles, 390.

John, 87.



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Brock. Dr 74^.

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Brockki siiv I-'amii.v. 471.
BrockrUby, William II. 470.
lirondson. Bant, J3.

Harrirlt. 23.
Brooks, .MIkti H. JI4.

Carrie, 155.

F.va, 214.

Harriett, 211.

.Mary H. 281.

Susan, 1(17.
Brooks, .M.Tri"-. -•■ '
Broscup, I i.t.

Brothcrsti'i .\. 649

Brown, Albti i L. 67

Andrew, 9.

.\ndrew J. 489.

.\iina J. j6.

.■\|Hilla8, 250.

Betsey, 209.

Betsey, 224.

Catherine, 407.

ElizalK-th, 553.

Emily, 397.
Brown I-amilv, 116.
Brown Family, 444.
Brown, Henry A. 551.

Henry S. 1 16.

Isaac, 674.

Isabella, 297.

Janet, 758.

John, 543.

Col. John. 268.

Rev. John, 76.

Leonard J. 206.

Kennedy, 297.

Louis.i, 214.

Louisa. 557.

Lucy C. R. 186.

Mary M. 543.

.Nancy, 541.

Nettie. 344.

Paulina. 683.

Samuel, 397.

Sarab, 25.

Sarah, 541.

Sarah, 714-

.Anne. MJ-

Jercnii.ili. 543-
I'.rown, .M.nrrh.i. 797.
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Bruce, Janet, 328.

Mary, 605.

Wilmouth, 605.

William, 206.
Brundize, Ann, 655.

William, 655.

Thomas, 655.
Brunner Family, 469.
Bryan, Mary E. 568.
Bryant Family, 144.
Bryant, Emeline, 321.
Bryant, Samuel L. 144.

Stephen, 69.
Bryner, Annie M. 436.
Bryner, George, 450.

Dr. Newton, 364.

Sarah, 437.
Buck, Mabel A. 17S.

Mary A. go.
Buchanan, Mrs, 704.
Buckinham, Isaac, 372.

Jas. L. 26.
• Jeremiah, 239.

Ruth, 239.
Buckner, Mordecia, 563.
Buckstan, Elizabeth, 324.
Buckley, M. E. 553.
Bucknam, Charity, 239.
Buckley Family, 553.
Brunback, Christian, 703.
Brunner, Ella, 703.
Budd, Nathaniel, 155.
Buell, D. Carlos, 107.

BUFFINGTON FaMILY, 47I.

Buffington, John, 636.

Pamelia, 470.

Peter, 637.
Buford, Petty, Jr. 478.

Rivers, H. 510.
Bull, Hilah, 286.
Bulla, Calvin, 652.
Bullen, Ann, 541.

Thomas, 542.
Buller, Franklin, 719.
Bullfinch, Mr. 221.
Bump, Augustus, 139.
Bunn, Rebecca, 800.
Buntin, Adelaide D. 492.

Joseph, 492.

Phoebe, 492.
Buntine, James, 487.
Bunce, Wesley, 441.
Bunnenan, Spencer, 233.
Burbank, Col. 88

Col. John, 74.
Burchfield, Jane C. 443.

Rev. W. M. 366.
Burden, Jane, 599.
Burford, Jesse, 367.
Burgdorf, Amanda E. 311.
Burgess, Stephen, 544.
Burgler, Nettie, 595.
Burkhardt, Wallace C. 346.
Burk, Capt. Rowland, 564.
Burleigh, Hon. E. C. 32.
Burlingham, William, 281.
Burnell, Delilah, 166.
Burnes, Betsey O. 494.
BuRNEs Family, 394.
Burnes, Joseph, 394.

William G. 494.
Burnett, Emory F. 265.

Julia A. 526.

Lue, 600.

Sarah, 17.
Burns, Augustus, 558.

Anthony, 257.

Jane, 606.

Matilda, 606.
Burnside, Gene. no.
Burnham, Frank P. 80,^.



Burnham, Frank W. 136.

Dr. Rufus, 73.

Rev. 129.
Burokes, Jacob, 674.
Burrell, Joseph, 201.
Burrett, Dr. Harvey, 229.
Burrett, Annene, 228.
Burroughs, Ella M. 424.

Dr. H. S. 418.
Burt, Henry P. 123.
Burton, Eld. Isaac, 650.

James A. 742.
Burton Family, no.
Burton, Thomas, no.

William, 78.
Burrian, Mrs. 511.
Bush Family, 581.
Bussell, Susanna, 158.
Buttorf, Mary, 363.
Butler, Ann S. 96.

Col. 787.

Edward, 96.

George, 77.

Martha, Si.

Martha, 117.
Butter, Mary, 801.
Button Family, 311.
Bybee, Mary, 121.

Cahill, iSIary C. 561.
Cain, Elizabeth, 433.
Calder, Eliza, 786.
Caldwell, Judge David, 343.

Fannie, 343.

Joseph, 445.
Cale, Florence, 408.
Calhoon, Julia A. 405.
Calkins, Hiram, 326.
Callahan, Emma J. 464.
Calvert, C. H. 423.
Came Family, 94.
Came, John H. 125.

Malinda A. 95.
Cameron, D. A. 182.
Camp, Lizzie, 671.
Camp, T. H. 671.
Campbell Family, 31.
Campbell Family, 335.
Campbell Family, 577.
Campbell, Alex. W. 577

Annie H. 489.

Bradford, 228.

Cassander, 587.

Fred, 29.

Henry G. 587.

Lewis D. 401.

Mary, 432.

Mrs. 18.

Jennie B. 551.

John, 332.

Josephine, 401.

Phebe J. 587-

Rachel, 227.

Rev. Robert, 227.

Robert, 227.

Robert, 332.

Robert, 551.

Susie, 408.
Campitt, Elizabeth, 749.
Canady, William, 652.
Canine, Frances, 358.

Mildred, 358.
Cannell Family, 136.
Cannell, Rhoda, 136.
Cannon, Ella, 560.
Cannon Family, 560.
Cannon, Molly, 575.
Card, William C. 697.
Cardigan, Mary, 74S.
Carlisle, Mary, 778.
Carleton, Ann, 304.



Carleton, .\.nna, 240.
Carlton, Capt. 116.
Carleton, Capt. J. W. 25.
Carlton, Betsey, 233.

Clark, 203.

Nathaniel, 203.

Phineas, 202.
Cartright, Jane, 746.
Cartright, L. H. 476.

Justice, 476.

L. H. 476.
Cart, Mrs. Ezekiel, 652.
Carter, Achsah, 686.

Elizabeth, 388.
Carter Family, 671.
Carter Family, 682.
Carter, Harriett N. 179.

Isaac, 681.

John, 686.

Marv, 684.

Ruth, 657.

Samuel, 657.

Samuel, 68i.
Carter, John, 587.
Cartland, Anna, 104.

Charles, 104.

Eld. John, 104.

Thomas R. 38.
Carll, Abigail, 161.

Betsey, 78.

Ebenezer, 105.

Jane, 72.

Robert, 43.

William, 105.

Carlls , 22.

Carman, Leslie, 604.
Carmichael, Bettie, 606.
Carney, Nellie M. 92.

Sophronia, 719.
Carpenter Family, 208.
Carpenter, Catherine, 403.

Emily, 208.
Carr, Elizabeth, 804.
Carr, Joseph, 22.

Nathan, 98.

Polathia, 667.

William, 606.
Carrroll, Elzoda I. 710.

George T. 418.
Carson, John, 793.

Hannah, 804.
Gary, Abijah, 383.

Eva, 416.
Cary Family, 83.
Cary Family, 3S6.
Carry, Mary, 778.
Cary, Sarah, 385.
Carson, Jane, 350.
Caruthers, Rev. E. W. 641.
Carver, Sarah A. 337.
Casey, James, 192.
Caser, Fannie, 361.
Cassidy F.imily, 573.
Castater. William H. 676.
Cate, John, 486.

Susan, 486.
Cathcart, Susan, 316.

William,, 316.
Caton, Alvin, 413.
Cauffield Family, 318.
Cauffield, Thomas, 318.
Causey, Thomas, 689.
Cantrell Family, 608.
Chadbourne, Augustus, 90.

Betsey, 168.
Chadwick, Susanna, 794
Chain Family, 472.
Chalfont, Caroline, 419.

James M. 419.
Chalmers, Isabella E. 327.
Chambers, Lydia, 661.



INDEX OF SURNAMES.



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Chamblcss, Martha, 508. '

W. 1?. 508.
Chancy, Mr. 201.
Chandler Family, 26.
Chandler, Frances, 601.

Frederick, ij6.
Chandler, John, 798.
CiiANiiY Family, 67,.
Chapin, Laura, 240.
Sarah M. 266.^
Chaplain, Maud E. 556.
Chapman, C.ertrude K. 143.
Chapman, Kev. Eliaphcz, 227.
Charles, Mary, 681.
Charteris, Elizabeth. 759.
Charlton, Paul, .n - .
Chase, Althea, 172.
Caroline, 112.
Harriett, 120.
Mary, 237.
Chatams, Molly, 449-
Charis, Preston, 41.
Cherc, William, 403.
Cherry, Fannie, 553.

William, 553.
Chesser, Melissa, 704-

John, 704.
Chew, Margaret, 5=3-
Chick, Stephen, 80.
Childs, Abel, 82.

George W. 628.
Harriett, 65.
Helen, 628.
Chinesmith, Chas. A. 365.
Chinn, Cliffie, 591-
Col. Jack, 591-
Chipman, Benjamin, 190.
Dora J. 90-
Lyman B. 90.
Mary H. 90.



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