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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manv rears a seaman. He was a master-mariner, commanding on a ship, by
which oHicial position he acquired the title of "Captain." On Mar. 9, 1818,
the family removed to Parsonsfield, Me., and settled on the hill overlooking the
present village of Kezar Falls, where he owned a good farm. He was a Quaker
and a peaceable man, but he did not allow any one to abuse him without decided
protest, and, if need be, muscular defence, when his contemporaries presumed
upon his Quaker faith. It is related of him that when " given the lie" in a store
where he had gone to trade, he drew a chalk-mark across the floor and challenged
the owner, who had offended him, to step over it if he dared, but prudence saved
him from a "tanned jacket." "Uncle Rufus" was a good townsman, and
was held in respect for his uprightness and peaceable disposition. His wife
died on the farm, and was buried in a small walled enclosure in their field corner.
He m., second, Mrs. Emme (Cobb) Cram, who, after his death, Dec. 23, 1863,
went West to live with a son of her first marriage. Rev. Cram. Capt. Rufus was
buried by the side of his first wife^ and the leaning, moss-grown headstones are
nearly hidden by rank briers and bushes. There were ten children. See 6th
generation.

6. Samuel Milliken' (4), fourth son of Jeremiah" (1), was b. in Scarbro, Me->
May 10, 1780. No other record.

7. Jeremiah Milliken^ (2), fifth son of Jeremiah" (1), and Sarah Lord, b. in
Scarbro, Me., Aug. i, 1782; m. Aug. 6, 1808, Sarah Warren, b. Dec. 19,
1788, daughter of David and Sarah Warren of Saco, Me., and settled on High
Street in that town, where they had mill boarders. He assisted his wife in
her housework. These had eleven children. See 6th generation.

8. Sally Milliken^ (3), third daughter of Jeremiah" (1), was b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Aug. 25, 1785; was m. June 7, 1807, to William Sweat of Portland, and had
issue.

9. Joel Milllken^ (1), sixth son of Jeremiah" (1), b. in Scarbro, Jan. 13, 1788; m.
Apr. 19, 181 2, Rebecca Richards, b. Feb. 7, 1789, by whom six children.
She d. Aug. 4, 1835, and Joel m. the widow Mary Colman Pickering, who had
two Pickerings by her former husband. He lived on the River Road, so called,
some miles north of the city of Saco, where his grandson, Frank P. Milliken, now
resides.

10. Isabella Milliken^ (1), daughter of Jeremiah" (1), and Sarah Lord, b. Apr.
13, 1790; was m. to William Clark of Biddeford, but did not have issue. She
was m., second, to Eliphalet R. Parks of South Parsonsfield, whose first two
wives were Abigail Parsons and Lucy Davis.

11. Harriet Milliken' (1), fifth daughter of Jeremiah" (1), was b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Oct. 25, 1791; was m., in 1811, to James Davis, and lived in Parsonsfield, Me.,



80 POSTERITY OF EDWARD MILLIKEN.

where she d. Nov. i8, 1883. He predeceased her Feb. 9, 1837. These had nine
children, named as follows:

I. LuciNDA Davis, b. Aug. g, 1812; m. William H. Foster in 1836, and

had six children.
II. Jeremiah M. Davis, b. in HoUis, Me., June 26, 181 5; m. Mehitable
W. Foster, Aug. 10, 1839, and lived in Parsonsfield, Me. Ten children.
ni. Sally Davis, b. Nov. 30, 1817; m. Stephen Martin of Kezar Falls,

Me., and had two daughters.
IV. Jane Davis, b. June 12, 1820; m. Isaac Foster of Parsonsfield, Me.,

Dec. 30, 1838. Had issue.
V. Susan Davis, b. Aug. 7, 1822; m. Smith Sargent of Cornish, Me.;

second, Stephen Chick.
VI. Moses B. Davis, b. Nov. 8, 1825; m. Martha Ramsdell in 1854, and
kept a hotel in Cornish Village. Died in Parsonsfield, Me. Five chil-
dren.
VII. Mary Davis, b. May 23, 1828; m. Oct. 15, 1845, John P. Lougee of

Parsonsfield, Me. Issue.
VIII. Isabella Davis, b. June 7, 1830; m. Asa Cartland of Parsonsfield,
Me., who d. in 1885. Issue.
IX. Harriet Davis, b. Mar. 9, 1832; m. James Sargent, and had eight
children.
12. Mary Milliken", youngest daughter of Jeremiah" (1), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Oct. 22, 1796; d. unmarried.

.^*u'tb 6cneraiioiT.

CHUiDREN OF JOSEPH AND WIFE, OF SURRY, ME.

1. John Milliken® (5), eldest son of Joseph* (2), b. in Surry, Me. He m. first,
Mehitable Wormwood, by whom thirteen children. She d. June 13, 1828, and
he m. Polly Gage, by whom one daughter. His third wife was Lydia Ray. He
always lived on the "Shore Road," so called, in Surry, Me. Was a farmer. Of
medium stature and dark complexion. He d. June, 1853. -^o^ children's names
see 7th generation.

2. Benjamin Milliken** (6), second son of Joseph* (2), was b. in Surry, Me. He
m. Eliza Ring, July 15, 1818, of Surry, where he settled. His wife d. Sept. i,
1829, and he m. second, Feb. 3, 1833, Polly Smith, by whom he had four chil-
dren. He had six children by Eliza Ring.

3. Dominicus Milliken'* (1), third son of Joseph^ (2), was b. in Surry, Me. He
m. Sally Smith in that town, Apr. 22, 1813, and no other record is found there.
He was shot at St. George.

4. James Milliken"* (2), fourth son of Joseph* (2), was b. in Surry, Me. He m.
Nancy Jarvis, Mar. 10, 1814, and resided in Surry, where he d. June 22, 1849.
His wife d. Nov. 30, 1836. He was a sea-captain, and commanded a United States
revenue cutter. Nine children, of whom with 7th generation.

5. Daniel Milliken" (1), fifth son of Joseph* (2), was b. in Surry, Me., and was
m. Oct. 10, 1822, to Rebecca Smith of Brooksville, Me. Born to them were
children named as follows:

T. Ferdinand Milliken'^.
II. Horace Milliken'.
III. Robert Milliken", b. Feb. 23, 1824, in Brooksville, Me.



POSTERITY OF EDWARD MJLLIKEN. 81



IV. AsHBALiNE Mu.i.i K KN ', 1). July 22, 1825, ill Brooksville, Me.

V. Caroline MILLIKEN^

VI. Daniel B. Milliken", m. Charlotte Smith, and went to Oakland, Cal.

6. Jesse Milliken" (1), sixth son of J()sc'])li^ (2), was b. in Surry, Me., and m.
Mercy Trkwc)K(;v of that town, who (lyin<;, he m., secondly, Phebe Dresser.
He was a sea-captain. Had two daughters, AurilUi and Augusta.

7. Sally Milliken" (2), only daughter of Joseph"' (2), was 1j. in Surry, Me., in
1795; was m. to Henry Jarvis, a farmer of Surry, who d. there in 1828. She d.
in 1821. Both buried in the Surry public cemetery, where their monuments re-
main. Two daughters, named as follows:

I. Mary J. Jarvis, b. in Surry, Me., in 1818. She was m. to Charles Joy,
blacksmith, of Surry, in 1842. He was b. Nov. 17, 181 1, and d. in Ells-
worth, Me., Aug. 2, i8q6. She d. there Jan. 31, 1874. Seven children.
II. Nancy Jarvis, b. in Surry, Me., Dec. 26, 1819; was m. Aug. 18, 1840, to
Capt. William Treworgy, a seaman, b. in Surry, Mar. 18, 1813; lost at
sea in Aug., 187 1. Mrs. Jarvis-Treworgy is now living in Springfield,
Mass., with her daughter, >Irs. H. K. Hawes, one of her seven children.

CHTLDRKN OF BENJAMIN AND LUCY BANKS.

1. Ann Milliken" (2), eldest daughter of Benjamin^ (3), b. in Ellsworth, Me.;
was m. to a clergyman.

2. William Milliken" (2), eldest son of Benjamin^ (3), b. in Ellsworth, Me. No
other information.

3. Benjamin Milliken" (6), second son of Benjamin^ (3), b. in Ellsworth, Me.,
1793; "^- Betsey Eullertox, and d. Mar., 1846. There were seven children.
He was a farmer in Ellsworth.

4. James B. Milliken** (3), third son of Benjamin^ (3), b. in Ellsworth, ]Me.; was
m. to Martha Butler, and d. in that town, Oct., 1859. His wife d. in Apr.,
1878. He was a farmer. Six children, of whom with 7th generation.

5. Abbie Milliken" (1), second daughter of Benjamin^ (3),b. in Ellsworth, Me.;
was m. to BuKER.

6. Lucy Milliken" (1), third daughter of Benjamin^ (3), b. in Ellsworth, Me.,
May 7, 1S09; was m.. in 1832, to Samuel Royal of Steuben, IMe., and Hved in
Ellsworth, where their eleven children, of whom presently, were born.

I. Samuel Roy'AL, Jr., m. iirst, Sarah J. Barker of Ellsworth, Me., and
had issue; second, Martha Gordon of Steuben, 1870, and had issue;
third, Mrs. Sarah Robinson, Steuben, ^Sle., no issue. He d. in 1891.
II. Sewell T. Royal, b. Feb. 2, 1836; was twice married.

III. Mary A. L. Royal, b. Mar. 6, 1837; m., first, Edwin Littlefield of
Bucksport, Me.; second, Geo. P. Osgood of Blue Hill, ]Me., Nov. 5,
1859, and has one child, Lucy Royal Osgood, teacher, who has pro-
cured considerable information for this work.

IV. John F. Roy'Al, b. Jan. 24, 1838.

v. Caroline Royal, b. Feb. 21, 1840; d. Dec, 1871. One child.

VI. Charles G. Royal, b. June 8, 1842; d. at Hagerstown, Md., Dec. 30,
1862. A soldier in the Union Army.

vn. Luther M. Roy'AL, b. Jan. 31, 1844.

vni. Henry W. Royal, b. May 14, 1846; m. and has issue. Living in Los
Angeles, Cal.



82 POSTERITY OF EDWARD MILLIKEN.



IX. Lucy M. Osgood, b. Mar. 15, 1849. Six children. Died Dec, 1896.
X. Nancy D. Royal, b. Dec. 4, 185 1.
XI. Clifford G. Royal.

7. Jeremiah Milliken® (3), fourth son of Benjamin^ (3), b. in Ellsworth, Me.;
went away, and was never afterwards heard from.

8. Joseph Milliken" (4), fifth son of Benjamin' (3), b. in Ellsworth, Me.

9. Polly Milliken" (1), fourth daughter of Benjamin^ (3),b. in Ellsworth, Me.;
was m. to Wilson, and had two children, Nathan and Noyes.

10. Vespatian Milliken^ (1), sixth son of Benjamin^ (3), b. in Ellsworth, Me.;
was a sailor, and was lost at sea; or went away to sea, and was not heard from
afterwards.

11. Caroline Milliken^ (1), fifth daughter of Benjamin''^ (3), b. in Ellsworth, Me.;
was m. to a Mr. Moore of that town, and d. without issue.

CHILDREN OP EUAS AND MARY PATTEN.

1. Elizabeth Milliken" (2), eldest daughter of Ehas^ (1), b. in Stetson, Me., 1787;
was m. to Simeon Tozier, shoemaker, in Maine, and emigrated to Manchester,
Ind., in 181 7, in company with her father's family, where she Uved during
the remainder of her life. She had ten children, named as follows:

I. A. Levi Tozier, m. Miss Douglas, and settled in Cmcinnati, O.
Four children.

11. Tyler Tozier, m. Mary , and settled in Dearborn Co., Ind. Had

three children.
ni. Thomas Tozier, m. Mary , and removed to Oregon, near Eugene

City. Had issue.
IV. Elias M. Tozier, d. ip Dearborn Co., Ind.; single.
V. Elmira Tozier, m. Daniel Reynolds, tailor, and Hved near Wright's

Corner, Ind.
VI. George Tozier, removed to Eugene City, Ore. Had issue. A farmer.
VII. Joseph Tozier, removed to Nebraska about 1854; thence to Eugene

City, Ore. Had issue.
vin. Margaret Tozier, m. Abel Childs, farmer, and lives in Dearborn

Co., Ind.
IX. Waldo Tozier, removed to Nebraska, thence to Eugene City, Ore.
X. Mary J. Tozier, m. James Allsworth, carpenter, who was killed in

moving a building in Illinois.

2. Matthew Milliken*' (1), eldest son of Elias' (1), and Mary Patten, b. in Stet-
son, Hancock Co., Me., July i, 1789; m. Margaret Matthews, Dec. 26, 1811,
and removed with the "Tribe of Elias" to Indiana about 1817. He was a farmer.
He had issue nine children, of whom with 6th generation.

3. Susan Milliken" (2), second daughter of Elias* (1), and Mary Patten, was b.
in Stetson, Penobscot Co., Me., Dec. 7, 1791; was m. to Jonas Matthews in
1808, and went West with the "Tribe of Elias" in 181 7. She lived in Man-
chester, Ind., and later in St. Joseph Co. Afterwards they removed to Barry
Co., Mich., where she d. Jan. 9, 1885, aged 94 years. Children named as
follows :

I. James Matthews.

II. Allen Matthews.




MAJ. JAMES P. MILLIKEN



POSTERITY OF EDWARD MILLJKEN. ' 83

III. Mary Matthews,

IV. Eliza Matthews.

V. Daniel Matthews.

VI. LuciNDA Matthews.

VII. JuNis Matthews.
vin. Matthew Matthews.

IX. Alonzo L. Matthews.
X. Alfred .-\. Matthews.

4. Allen Milliken" (1), second son of Elias* (1), and Mary Patten, b. in Stetson,
Penobscot Co., Me., in 1794; was drowned. Unmarried.

5. Phebe MilUken'' (2), third daughter of Elias"^ (1), and Mary Patten, was b.
in Stetson, Penobscot Co., Me., in 1796; was m. to Joseph Jumper, farmer in
Maine; removed to Manchester, Ind., in 1830 or 1840, where she d. in 1854.
Her husband d. in 1855. Six children, named as follows:

I. Alden Jumper, m. Amanda Noyes. At the breaking out of the Civil
War he raised a company of infantry, and was commissioned captain.
He served with valor through the war. Removed to Kansas, where he d.

n. Mary Jumper, m. Charles Noyes, farmer, Manchester, Ind., who was

drowned. She d., leaving one child.
ni. Nancy Jumper, m. David Crocker, farmer, and settled in Manchester,
Ind., where he d. She removed to Kansas.

IV. Benjamin Jumper, d. in 1843; unmarried.

V. George B. Jumper, went to California in 1843, ^"^^ after mining and
logging several years engaged in saw-milling near Weaversville, Trinity
Co., where he m., and lived until his death.

VI. Lucy Jumper, m. Oscar Jackson, farmer, in Manchester, Ind. Re-
moved to Kansas, thence to Harrisville, Mo.

6. Elias MilUken" (2), third son of Elias^ (1), and Mary Patten, b. in Stetson,
Penobscot Co., Me., Sept. 21, 1799; m. Amy Shearer — his son says Amy Hus-
ter — and settled at Manchester, Dearborn, Co. Ind. He d. Mar. 12, 1886, in
McPherson, Kan. He remembered of hearing the guns on the Penobscot River
in 181 2, when the British made an attack on Bangor. By occupation a farmer.
He had issue six children. See 6th generation.

7. Joshua Milliken" (1), fourth son of Elias" (1), and Mary Patten, b. in Stetson,
Me., in iSoi; d. in 1817 — the year of removal to the West. ., ^•.■ {>! •^ Si. fr^p-*,

8. Maj. James P. Milliken" (3), fifth son of Elias^ (1), and Mary Patten, b. in
Stetson, Penobscot Co., Me., Oct. 16, 1803; m. Precilla P. Noyes, Apr. 26,
1826. He emigrated with his parents to Indiana at the age of fourteen, and
after attaining his majority engaged in farmmg, and later in merchandising, still
holding his farm. He early took an active part in political affairs, and became
an ardent advocate of the cause of temperance. He was three times elected to
the assembly and twice to the senate to represent Dearborn Co., Ind. He served
with distinction in these honorable positions, and was presented with a silver cup
by the ladies of Lawrenceburg for his bold advocacy of temperance legislation.
He sold his farm in Dearborn Co., Ind., in 1858, and removed to near Kirksville,
Mo. He and Guy Chandler cast the first two votes for Abraham Lincoln at
Kirksville, in i860. Being an outspoken antislaver}' man he was soon marked
by the proslavery party, and his life being threatened he was compelled to go



84 • POSTERITY OF EDWARD MILLIKEN.

constantly armed. His friends of both parties advised him to leave the State;
and finding a favorable opportunity to dispose of his farm, he did so, and settled
in Davis Co., la., in 1861. Always a warm patriotic citizen, he chafed under the
rebellious acts of the South till he entered the service of the United States at the
age of 59 years. Enlisting in Capt. Clark's Company (afterwards Company B,
30th Iowa Volunteer Infantry) of Drakesville, la., Aug. 9, 1862, he was elected
and commissioned 2d Lieutenant of the company, and was mustered into service,
Sept. 22, 1862.

The 30th Iowa Infantry went to the front in Oct., and was at the attack on
Haines's Bluff, in the rear of Vicksburg, Dec. 27 and 28, 1862. Also in the battle
of Arkansas Post, Jan. 11, 1863. Lieutenant Milliken was promoted to major
of the 30th Iowa, over all the other line officers of the regiment, ]or gallantry in
battles, his commission dating Apr. 19, 1863. He was with the 30th Iowa on the
memorable Vicksburg campaign, which was begun on Apr. 20, 1863; was at the
second attack on Haines's Bluff, May i, 1863; was in the famous crossing of the
Mississippi at Brumsburg and Hardtimes; was at the Battles of Port Gibson,
Edward's Ferry, Raymond, Clinton, and at the capture of Jackson, the capital of
the State of Mississippi. He also took part in the battles of Champion Hills and
Black River as the rebels were driven back into Vicksburg. He was killed at
Vicksburg, May 22, 1863, while gallantly leading the 30th Iowa in the great
charge, — being in the 60th year of his age. He was loved and respected by his
command, and his death lamented by all who knew him.

Major Milliken was the father of thirteen children, of whom with 6th gen-
eration.

9. Abigail Milliken" (4), fourth daughter of Elias* (1), and Mary Patten, b. in
Stetson, Penobscot Co., Me., Jan. 25, 1806; was m. to Israel Noyes, and lived
in Manchester, Ind., where she became the mother of three children. They
removed to Osage, Chase Co., Kan. (Mr. Noyes d. in Manchester, Ind.), where
she d.

I. Sarah Noyes, m. George W. Morris, farmer, of Manchester, Ind.,

where she d. He d. in Osage, Kan.
II. Amanda Noyes, m. Alden Jumper, as elsewhere mentioned.

10. John Milliken^ (5), sixth son of Elias^ (1), and Mary Patten, b. in Stetson,
Penobscot Co., Me., in 1808; d. 1828, in Indiana, unmarried.

11. Benjamin Milliken" (6), seventh son of Ehas^ (1), and Mary Patten, b. in
Stetson, Penobscot Co., Me., in 1810; d. in infancy. Alas! They left "little
Ben" down in Maine.

12. Robert Milliken" (1), eighth son of Elias^ (1), and Mary Patten, b. in Stet-
son, Penobscot Co., Me., June 29, 1813; was carried to Indiana by his parents
when four years of age; m. Rebecca Alexander, Oct. 34, 1833, who d. Apr. 6,
1853. Farmer and shoemaker. Settled in Manchester, Ind. Removed to
St. Joseph Co., Mo., thence removed to Dade Co., and back to St. Joseph Co.
in 1863. Died in 1877. Five children, of whom with 6th generation.

13. Mary Milliken" (4), fifth daughter of Elias'^ (1), and Mary Patten, b. at
Manchester, Ind., Apr. 6, 1818; was m. to Josiah Platt. No children.

CHIUDREN OF NORMAN AND SUSANNA WALTON.

I. Benjamin Milliken" (7), eldest son of Norman"' (l),b. at Bocabec,N.B., Feb. 28,
1794; m. in 1817, to Miss Eleanor Hemingway, daughter Josiah Hemingway,



FOSTEKITY 01- KDIVARJ) MILLIKEX. %{



who removed from New York State and settled in the township of Markham,
Ont., in 1792. She was b. Oct. 5, 1801, and d. Dec. 27, 1845. Mr. Milliken
went to Toronto, Upper Can., with his father when eleven years of aj^e. In his
early life he followed the occujjation of a millnian, but later became a farmer,
and finally settled on Lot 5, Concession 5, in the township of Markham, where
he resided until his death, which occurred July 3, 1863.

Having inherited a military taste he voluntarily took up arms in defence of
his country in the war of 181 2, in the i8th year of his age, and was present at the
memorable battle of Queenstown Heights, where General Brock fell a victim to
the enemy's bullets. He was also engaged in the rebellion of 1837-8, for which
services he received a captain's commission, and subsequently that of major of
the militia. As a reward for his long and distinguished services he was appointed
a justice of the peace. After the death of his wife Eleanor, he m. Mrs. Maky
INIayor, widow, in 1846, and she d. in May, 1848, leaving one child. For his
third wife he m. Mrs. Elizabeth Ordway (maiden name Thompson) of St.
Andrew's, N. B. She d. in 1878, without issue by him. For names of children
see 6th generation.

2. Phebe Milliken*^ (3), eldest daughter of Norman^ (1), b. at Bocabec, N. B.,
in 1796; was m. to James Cary, and was the mother of five children, jVf/5o«,
Robert, Jesse, Truman, and Susanna, ixW of whom are dead. Only Susanna was m.

3. James Milliken® (4), second son of Norman^ (1), b. in Bocabec, N.B., in 1798;
was never married.

4- Charlotte Milliken® (1), second daughter of Norman^ (1), b.in Bocabec, N.B.,
Sept. 30, 1800; was m. June 8, 1830.

5. Sally Milliken® (3), third daughter of Norman' (1), b. at Bocabec, N. B., in
1802; was m. to John Ward, and had children, named Norman, George, Susan,
John, Benjamin, and Elizabeth.

6. Robert Milliken® (2), third son of Norman' (1), b. at Bocabec, N. B., in 1803 ;
m. Jane Hatter, and had issue three children, named Nellie, John, and Fanny.
NeUie died when quite young. The others are supposed to be living. No other
information.

7. Norman Milliken® (2), fourth son of Norman' (1), b. at Bocabec, N. B., Oct.
16, 1805; m. Oct. 14, 1834, to Mary Jane Wilson, b. July 12, 1802, and d.
July 13, 1880. He d. July 10, 1889. To them were born nine children. See
6th generation.

8. Betsey Milliken® (1), fourth daughter of Norman' (1), b. in Markham, Ont., in
1807; was m. to John Smith, and had two children, Nellie and John, both of
whom are living and have families, but no records appear.

9. Polly Milliken® (2), fifth daughter of Norman'^ (1), b. in Markham, Ont., in
1S09; was m. to Thomas Boyle, and had children, named Benjamin, Phoebe,
Norman, Dominicus, and Elizabeth. This family went to the United States.

10. John Milliken® (5), fifth son of Norman' (1), b. in Markham, Ont., in 181 1;
never m. He d. Feb. 5, 1879.

11. Ann Milliken® (3), sixth daughter of Norman' (1), b. in Markham, Ont., in
1813; was m. Apr. 19, 1837, to John Goodenough. They had a daughter
named Rebecca, who was m. to George Pearson and had issue. Mrs. .Ann Good-
enough d. July 29, 1884.



86 POSTERITY OF EDWARD MILLIKEN.

12. Susanna Milliken" (3), seventh daughter of Norman'^ (1), b. in Markham,
Ont., in 1815; was the wife of James Adams; and their children were named,
Charles, Anna, John, and Maria.

CHILDREN OF DOMINICUS AND ANN NASH.

1. Alice Milliken^ (1), eldest daughter of Dominicus^ (2), b. Oct. 8, 1797, at
St. George, N. B.; was m. June 4, 181 7, to Peter Clinch, second son of Capt.
Peter Clinch (of the army) and Lucretia Handy, and d. Aug. 15, 1846, leaving
children named as follows. He d. Jan. i, 1846, aged 54.

I. Anna Milliken Clinch, b. Mar. 29, 1820; m. to Peter DEWAR,Feb. 3,
1839 ; second, toRoBERTARMSTRONG, Nov. 22, 1850. He d. July 20, 1892.
II. Lucretia Clinch, b. 1822; m. her cousin, Guy Clinch, and d. Dec. 25,
1843, aged 24 years. She was a teacher in the public schools.

III. Conrad Clinch, b. 1824.

IV. DoMiNicus Milliken Clinch, b. 1825; d. in infancy.

V. Charles Frederick Clinch, b. Apr. 28, 1828; m., and lived at
Musquash, St. John's County, N. B., where he d. Tuesday, 17, 1900,
aged 72 years. Was a mill owner and extensive lumber dealer. A
prominent Baptist. Highly respected. Was given to hospitality.
Deeply lamented.
VI. Catherine Clinch, b. Apr. 20, 1830; m. Elliot Wesket.
VII. Phebe Clinch, b. Dec. 28, 183 1; m. a tinsmith from the States named

Fairbanks. Now living.

VIII. Alice Clinch, b. Dec. 10, 1834 ; m. her brother-in-law, Elliot Wesket,

and is deceased.

IX. Amy Clinch, b. Jan. 13, 1837; m. Capt. Dick McCartney, who was

lost at sea; second, to Alexander Paul, Sheriff of St. Andrew's, N. B.

X. Samuel Robinson Clinch, b. June 12, 1839 ; d. Apr. 4, 1870; unmarried.

2. Dominicus Milliken® (4), eldest son of Dominicus" (2), b. in St. George, N. B.,
July 6, 1799; m. Mary Hall, Nov. ii, 1822; d. Sept., 1825. One child, d. young.

3. Phebe Milliken*' (4), second daughter of Dominicus" (2), b. in St. George,
N. B., June 23, 1801; was m. Dec. 25, 1823, to James Davidson, farmer, and d.
Sept. 8, 1877, aged 76 years. Her husband d. in Jan., 1854, aged 66 years.
They lived in St. George. Their children were as follows:

I. James A. Davidson, b. Nov. 27, 1824; m. Oct. 11, 1857, to Harriet
Howe, b. in Whiting, Me., Nov. 30, 1830. He d. in June, 1896, aged 71
years, in Black Harbor, the parish of Pennfield ; was lighthouse keeper at
Pea Point. Eight children.

4. Benjamin Milliken'' (8), second son of Dominicus^ (2), b. May 20, 1803, in
St. George, N. B.; m. Jan. 29, 1823, to Catherine W. White, and lived in St.
George, his native town. He d. Aug. 27, 1848. Eleven children, of whom with
7th generation.

5. Charlotte Milliken" (2), third daughter of Dominicus' (2), b. Mar. 11, 1805,
in St. George, N. B.; was m. June 10, 1833, to John McKean, who was b. Jan. i,
1800, at Castle Douglas, in Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland, and d. at St. John,
N. B., Mar. 21, 1868. She d. Oct. 20, 1876, at Newcastle, Miramichi, and was
buried in the same grave with her husband at St. John, in the " Methodist Bury-
ing Ground." She had eight children, named as follows:

I. Samuel McKean, b. Aug. 22, 1834; m. Margaret Wright, Apr. 6,



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1859; ^- ^t Monrton, N. B., Mar. 25, 1893. Orcuj)ation shipbuilding;

later inspector of bridges on the Intercolonial Railway.
II. Andrew McKkan, b. at St. George, N. B., Jan. 23, 1836; m. to Carrie

DeWolf in St. John, Apr., 1868. Stairbuilder by trade. Resides

near Boston, Mass.
ni. Annie McKkan, b. in St. George, N. B., Feb. 23, 1838; was m. in St.

John, N. B., Sept. 18, 1862, to Richard Davidson of Newcastle, Mira-

michi. Residence 375 Spadina Ave., Fort Rouge, Winnipeg, Man.

Mr. Davidson has d.
js. DoMiNicus McKean, b. at St. Andrew's, N.B., Mar. 26, 1839; d. Sept.

20, 1840.

V, John Thomas Chalmers McKean, b. at St. Andrew's, N. B., Oct. 27,
1840; m. at St. John, June 6, 1866, to Annie MatileIa Winters. He



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