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

. (page 17 of 109)
Online LibraryG. T. (Gideon Tibbetts) RidlonHistory 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 text (page 17 of 109)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook

IX. Leonard Lord, b. July 17, 1837 ; m. Malinda A. Came, and had issue;
second, to Lovinia Hanson of Buxton, Me. He owned a farm in North
Saco, and resided there, the place now owned by Henry Hewcs. Leon-
ard d. Oct. 13, 1890. His widow and son live in the city of Saco.

2. Jonathan Milliken^ (1), eldest son of Edward^ (3), was b. Oct. 2, 1793, and
d. Feb. 8, 1796.

3. Riifus Milliken^ (3), second son of Edward' (3), was b. Oct. 14, 1795, and d,
Jan. 15, 1797.

4.' Hannah Milliken^ (5), daughter of Edward^ (3), b. in Saco, Me., Feb. 25,
1798; was m. to Asa Haines of Saco, (int.) Nov. 27, 1817. Children as
follows :

I. Betsey Haines, b. Dec. 29, 1818; m. Amos Libby of North Saco, and

lived near the "Heath Meeting House." Had issue.
n. Lydia Haines, b. Oct. 29, 1820; m. Loren Milliken of Buxton, son

of Joseph of Farmington, Me., and had issue.
in. Edward M. Haines, 1). Nov. 22, 1822; m. and d. in Saco.
rv. Samuel Haines, b. Dec. 25, 1824; m. Minerva McFadden, and d.

in Saco. Deceased,
v. Moses J. Haines, b. Mar. 3, 1827; m. Hannah Clark. Deceased.
VI. Hannah Haines, b. Feb. 23, 1829; m. Andrew S. Hewes, son of

Richard, b. Nov. 15, 1835.
\^I. Walter F. Haines, b. July 6, 183 1; m. three times. He is deceased.
IX. Albion Haines, b. May 6, 1834; m. Sarah Allen.
X. William O. M. Haines, b. Oct. 30, 1836; m. Melissa Milliken.
XI. John F. Haines, b. Feb. 28, 1840.
XII. Reuben H.-^ines, b. Oct. 2, 1843. Went West.

5. Dorcas Milliken® (5), third daughter of Edward' (3), was b. May 29, 1800;
was m. and settled in the W^est.

6. Edward Milliken*' (6), third son of Edward^ (3), b. in Saco. Me.. Nov. 5,
1802; m. Oct. 14, 1827, to Polly^ Moulton, b. Dec. 9, 1803, daughter of Edward
S. and Mary (Thompson) Moulton, and lived on the homestead of his father,
on the Simpson road, in Saco. where he d. Feb. 15, 1887. His wife d. Jan. S,
1862, They had six children. See 7th generation.

7. Joseph Milliken" (6), fourth son of Edward* (3), b. in Saco, Me.. Aug. 2,
1805; 1^1- (intention) Dec. 31, 1831, to Hannah Haines, daughter of Samuel


Haines of Saco, b. Dec. 6, 1809; settled in Bangor, Me., and d. there i860.
Wife d. 1880. Six children. See 7th generation.

8. Catherine Milliken'* (2), fourth daughter of Edward^ (3), b. Mar. 28, 1808;
was m. to Edward Clark of Biddeford, Me., and had issue.

9. Ann Milliken*' (7), fifth daughter of Edward^ (3), was b. Dec. 5, 1810; was
m. to Oliver Perry Milliken, son of Abram. See family record.

10. Sarah Milliken" (4), sixth daughter of Edward^ (3), was b. 1812; was m.
to Mr. Dell, and settled in the West.

11. Arthur Milliken^ (1), fifth son of Edward* (3), was b. 1814.


1. Zachariah Tarbox Milliken** (1), eldest son of Joseph* (3), b. in Scarbro,
Me., Aug. 21, 1801; m. Dec. 6, 1827, to Ann N. Butler, daughter of Edward
Butler. He began life as a cabinet-maker at Farmington, Me., but afterwards
bought of his father-in-law the Earmington Hotel, which he conducted until
1846, when he sold out to his brother Jotham. He then went to Boston and
engaged in the oil trade with his brother Ebenezer, His home was for many
years in Chelsea, where he d. Jan. 7, 1883. He was, while living in Farmington,
Me., town clerk (1841), and county treasurer in 1844-46. Six children, of
whom with 7th generation.

2. Mehitable Coolbroth Milliken' (3), eldest daughter of Joseph* (3), b. in
Scarbro, Me., July 29, 1803; was m. Apr. 6, 1823, to Benjamin Dodge, who d.
Nov. 21, 1872. She d. Oct. 25, 1883. They had five children.

3. Dr. Ebenezer C. Milliken'' (1), second son of Joseph* (3), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Mar. 14, 1805; m. first, Oct. 7, 1831, Keturah F. Norris, daughter of Joseph
Norris of Monmouth, Me., by whom four daughters and two sons. He m.,
2d, Jan. 4, 1854, Charlotte J. Tinker, daughter of Richard Tinker of Ells-
worth, Me., by whom two sons and one daughter. Opportunities for acquiring
an education in his neighborhood were limited, but in the common schools and
Farmington Academy he fitted himself for a medical course. As was then the
custom, he studied medicine and began practice in the office of a local doctor.
He afterwards attended a winter course of medical lectures at Harvard, and
three at Bowdoin, where, in 1833, he took his degree. He settled at once in the
town of Winthrop, Me., where he practised four years "creditably," as the
town historian says. He was injured by a fall from his carriage which prevented
him from further practice, and he accepted an invitation from his brother-in-law,
Rufus Norris, to become his partner, and went to Boston, Apr. 21, 1837. After
the death of his partner, in a few years he associated with him, successively,
three of his brothers, and a son of his first partner, Rufus Norris, Jr. He went
out of business in 1872, and d. Nov. 3, 1890. He was deeply interested in the
history of the ^lillikcn family during his latter years, and held an extensive
correspondence with families of the name East and W'est. He was a man of
great probity, unostentatious charity, and scrupulously faithful to his political
duties. His children's names with 7th generation.

4. Rev. Joseph Milliken" (7), third son of Joseph'" (3), b. in Farmington, Me.,
Feb. 26, 1807; m. Mary A. Woods of that town in 1833, and after faithfully
serving as pastor of several Methodist churches in Maine, removed to W^iscon-
sin in 1850. He engaged in merchandising and farming in Saxeville, where he



(J. A])i-. 19, i87_^. His wilV d. lluu- July 17, 1867. >'^''^ children, of whom with
7th generation.

5. Elias T. Mil liken" (3), fourth son of Joseph'" (3), b. in F'armington, Mc.,
Apr. 10, 1809; ni. Jan. 19, 1844, Mary Ann Fogg, b. in 1823, in Siarl>ro,
Me., and when a young man settled in that town, where he conducted a country
store. In 1838 he went to Boston, Mass., and joined his brother, Ebenezer
C. Milliken, in the oil business, in which he continued until his death, Dec. 3,
1884. He had three children by his tirst wife; she d. Aug. 15, i860. Mr. Milli-
ken m., 2d, June, 1862, Mrs. Emily J. Reynolds, formerly Emily Motley Jose
(who d. Jan. 28, 1891), by whom two children. See 7th generation.

6. Jothani Sewell Milliken" (1), fifth son of Joseph^ (3), b. March 21, 181 1; m.
Susan B. Well.man, Dec. 15, 1835, b. Nov. to, i8t2, and d. July 29, 1870. She
was the daughter of Thomas and Lydia (Knowlton) Wellman. He m., 2d,
May 14, 1871, Amanda L. Williams, who was b. in Salem, Mass., Feb. 15,
1S48, being the daughter of George W. and Mary (Smith) Williams, who lives
with her children in Farmington, Me. Mr. Milliken d. Oct. 6, 1890. Fie was
a school teacher in early life, but afterwards carried on the blacksmithing busi-
ness in Strong, ^le., until 1846. He then purchased the Farmington tavern,
afterwards known as the "Forest Flotel," which he conducted for 25 years.
Ten children, of whom with 7th generation.

7. John J. Milliken" (6), sixth son of Joseph^' (3), b. in Farmington, Me., May
23, 1813; m. Nancy Prescott, July 26, 1837, by w-hom he had four children.
See 7th generation.

8. Edward Milliken" (5), seventh son of Joseph^ (3), b. in Farmington, Me.,
Apr. I, 1815; m. Nov. 27, 1837, Lucia A. Bacon, b. Sept. 10, 1812, daughter of
Jabez Bacon, at Winthrop, Me. He attended the public schools in Farmington,
worked on his father's farm, and learned the blacksmith's trade. He removed
to Winthrop, Me., in 1835, where he was engaged in smithing; removed to
Windsor, Me., in 1837, w-here he remained until Nov., 1846. He had a st«re
and smithy in the latter town; studied law; was trial justice; lived in Maiden,
Mass., from Nov., 1846, until 1849, doing business as a wholesale grocer; thence
moved to New Bedford, Mass. He was at one time engaged in the oil business
with his brother, Eben. C. Milliken; afterwards in the retail grocery business
until about 1880, when he retired. He was a member of the Massachusetts
House of Representatives, 1855 and 1856. Has been member of the city council
and alderman in New Bedford, where he was living in 1895. There were six
children, of whom with 7th generation.

9. Loren J. Milliken" (1), eighth son of Joseph"" (3), b. in Farmington, Me.,
Feb. 7, 1820; m. Lydia A. Haines, daughter of Asa and Hannah of Buxton,
Me., Nov. 15, 1846, b. Oct. 29, 1820. He settled in Buxton in 1840, where he
engaged in trade near the Scarbro line, and was for many years one of the lead-
ing merchants in that town. He was p.ostmaster at South Buxton for a long
term and an active member of the Grange. He d. in Buxton in 1902, aged 82
years. His wife d. Dec. 7, 1899. Children's names with 7th generation.


I. Mehitable Milliken" (4), eldest daughter of Jeremiah'^ (1), b. Apr. 9, 1792;
was m., ist, to Ivory Fenderson of Parsonsfield, and had one child who d. in
infancy. She was m., 2d., to Dr. Asa Quimby', brother of Rev. Hosea Quimby,


sometime principal of Parsonsiield Academy, and had three children. She d.
at Monmouth, 111., Jan. 13, 1879.
I. Ivory F. Quimby.
II. Rodney Quimby.
ni. Elizabeth Quimby; m. Nathan Carr.

2. Benjamin Milliken'' (9), eldest son of Jeremiah^ (1), b. May 27, 1794; was m.
to Polly Atkinson of HoUis, Me., who d. at Salmon Falls about 1848. He
was early engaged in the business of wool-carding and cloth-dressing at Salmon
Falls, and also handled considerable lumber on the Saco and its tributaries. He
resided at Salmon Falls from 182 1 to 1824, when he moved to the homestead
in Scarbro and was to have the farm for the care of his parents. After his moth-
er's death he disposed of the farm to Aaron McKenney and went down to Max-
field, Me. In 1840 he removed to Illinois, thence to Fairfield, la., where he
carried on wool-carding until 1850, when he returned to Monmouth, 111., and d.
there in May, 1864. He had one daughter, Mehitable, b. Dec. 12, 1823; d.
Jan. 27, 1828.

3. John Milliken'' (6), second son of Jeremiah^ (1), b. Aug. 28, 1797; d. Sept.

3. 1798-

4. William Milliken^ (5), third son of Jeremiah^ (1), b. Mar. 8, 1800; m., ist,
Susan Leavitt, whose parents kept tavern on the road from North Parsonsfield
to Ironworks Falls, Effingham, N. H. She d. at childbirth, 1827-8, and was
buried at Lord's Hill, in Effingham. He m. for his second wife, Susan Hearne,
daughter of John, of Saco, and widow of Nicholas Dennett, brother of John
Dennett of Hollis. She was the sister of Nicholas Hearne who lived at North
Saco. Mark and Jane Dennett, buried on the John Dennett farm in Hollis,
beside their father, were her children. He was for many years engaged in the
wool-carding and cloth-dressing business at Salmon Falls, Me., and was assisted
by his son, and Aaron Clark an adopted son, who subsequently, after a success-
ful business career as manufacturer of woollen goods, purchased the old Milli-
ken homestead on the hill below Salmon Falls, in Buxton. Mr. Milliken was
also quite extensively engaged in the lumber business on the Saco. He was a
selectman in Buxton from 1850 for three or four years. He was a large man of
dark complexion. He d. Aug. 10, 1867. Four children by second wife, of whom
with 7th generation.

5. Alvan B. Milliken" (1), fourth son of Jeremiah'^ (1), b. Jan. 20, 1803; m.
LuciNDA BoYNTON of Penobscot Co., Me., who d. in Monmouth, 111., in the
"latter fifties." He was at one time a wholesale liquor dealer in Portland,
Me., then a farmer in Maxfield, Me., for about ten years. He subsequently
removed to Monmouth, 111., and thence to Girard, Kan., where he d. He was
also engaged in wool-carding and cloth-dressing in early life. Three children,
John, Elizabeth, and Ursula, of whom more with 7th generation.

6. John Milliken" (7), fifth son of Jeremiah^ (1), b. Sept. 6, 1805; was never
m. He early went to Boston, Mass., and drove a truck-team for some years.
He went from there to Galena, 111., about 1837, where he was engaged in lead-
mining; thence he removed to Monmouth, III, and farmed until 1869, when he
went to Girard, Kan., with his brother Alvan, Has been dead many years.

7. Jeremiah Milliken" (3), sixth son of Jeremiah^ (1), b. June 18, 1808; m.


Catherine Moulton of Freedom, N.H. He left his family and went away,
since when he was not heard from. Tin re were several children.

8. Arthur Milliken" (1), seventh son of Jeremiah^ (1), b. May 21, 1811; d. Oct.
27, 1811.


1. Martha Jane Milliken" (5), eldest daughter of Benjamin'^ (6), b. July 24,
1804; d. Oct. 17, 1808.

2. Jeanetta Milliken" (1), second daughter of Benjamin^ (6), b. July 12, 1806.
She did not marry.

3. Dr. John Mulberry Milliken" (7), eldest son of Benjamin'"' (6), b. in Scarbro,
Me., Nov. II, 1808; m. Sarah Moody Means, daughter of John and Sarah
(Moody) Means, b. Nov. 6, 1818, and d. June 17, 1893 aged 74 years. Her
parents were of the Old Orchard (Saco) family, but lived at Augusta, Me., si.xty
years. Doctor Milliken settled on his father's homestead, where he d. Nov. 24,
1867, and his family removed to Augusta, Me., in 1868-9. These left four
children, named as follows:

I. William S. Milliken^, b. Apr. 27, 1847; d. in Florida, 1876; unm.
n. Emily \V. Milliken^, b. July 15, 1851; unm.

III. Elizabeth S. Milliken^, b. May 27, 1853; unm.

IV. Seymour J. Milliken^, b. Feb. 17, 1861; m. Miss Jennie A. Breck,
1895, and has one child, Gertrude Pitlman, b. Sept. 13, 1896, the only
grandchild of Dr. Milliken.

4. Martha S. Milliken" (6), third daughter of Benjamin^ (6), b. Nov. 11, 181 1;
d. Mar. 16, 1812.

5. Matthew S. Milliken" (2), second son of Benjamin'"' (6), b. Mar. 24, 1816;
m. Almira S. Chandler of Yarmouth, and had one daughter. Marietta, d. young.

6. William N. Milliken" (6), third son of Benjamin"' (B), b. Aug. 11, 1819; m,
but no issue.

7. Elizabeth S. Milliken" (4), fourth daughter of Benjamin* (6), b. May 24,
1822; was m. to Henry Huntington of New York, where she d., leaving one
son. Joint Huntington, now living in Ne\v York.

8. Martha Jane Milliken" (7), fifth daughter of Benjamin' (6), b. July 4, 1824;
was m. to Seymour A. Hutchinson of New York City, where she d. in 1902,
the last of this family. One son, Paul B. Hutchinson, now in New York.


1. Abial Milliken" (5), eldest son of Abram* (1), b. July 26, 1796; d. Feb., 1797.

2. Louisa Milliken" (1), eldest daughter of Abram"' (1), b. Jan. 21, 1798; d.
Sept. 23, 1799.

3. Abram Milliken" (3), second son of Abram' (1). b. in Scarbro, Me., Sept,

4. 1800; m. July 30, 1827, to Sally Milliken, daughter of Thomas and Mary
(Jameson) Milliken, of the Nathaniel branch (who was born in Scarbro, Me.,
Apr. 6, 1803). Town records have her birth as Apr. 5, 1802. He owned a
large farm on Beech Ridge in his native town, where he d. Nov. 28, 1874.
Sally d. Jan. 25, 1892, aged 89 years. They were buried on Beech Ridge.
There were three children, of whom with 7th generation.

4- Caroline Milliken" (3), second daughter of Abram' (1), b. Apr. 21, 1802;
was m. Mar. 16, 1S28, to Ebenezer H. Leavitt of Scarbro.



5. Laura Milliken" (1), third daughter of Abram' (1), b. Feb. 23, 1806; was m.
July 10, 1S31, to Hugh AIilliken, and had seven children.


1. Phebe L. Milliken" (5), clde.st daughter of Jacob' (1), b. Dec. 12, 1810; was
m. Feb. 5, 1842, to Hexrv R. Williams.

2. Hannah C. Milliken" (6), second daughter of Jacob' (1), b. Mar. 26, 1812;
was m. Mar. 14, 1850, to Fred. Waterhouse.

3. Edward Milliken" (6), eldest son of Jacob* (1), b. Oct. i, 1815; d. Aug., 1848.

4. Charles Milliken" (4), second son of Jacob'^ (1), b. Jan. 19, 1818; m., and
resides in Deering, Me.

5. Julia A. Milliken" (1), third daughter of Jacob" (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., July
15, 1820; was m. Dec. 14, 1845, "^ Boston, Mass., by Rev. John Skinner, to
Benjamin Stephens Rich, b. in Harrison, Me., Jan. 11, 1816, a carpenter by
trade, who d. in Boston, Mass., Aug. 20, 1870. Widow resides in Boston with
her daughter. Two children, named as follows:

I. Georgiana Baker Rich, b. Nov. 5, 1850; d. Nov. 3, 1851.

II. Georgia Adelaide Rich, b. Sept. 23, 1852; m. Aug. 19, 1874, to Charles
Brewer Gould of Boston, their place of residence.

6. James W. Milliken" (5), third son of Jacob* (1), b. March 22, 1825; resides
in Boston.

7. Sarah J. Milliken*' (5), fourth daughter of Jacob'^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Mar. 22, 1825; was m. Feb. 6, 1850, to John H. Snow, of that town, mason-
contractor, who d. Dec. 6, 1882. She d. Jan. 11, 1877. Both buried in Scarbro.
Children named as follows:

I. Ella L. Snow, b. Oct. 28, 1850; d. July 16, 1859.

II. Clara J. Snow, b. Sept. 22, 1852; unm.

III. Almeda V. Snow, b. Jan. 15, 1856; m. Dec. 8, 1875, to Howard Scam-
MON of Scarbro. She d. at Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 4, 1889.

IV. Julia E. Snow, b. Oct. 3, 1858; m. Samuel Rounds of Scarbro, and
lives (1904) in Reading, Mass.

V. Harris B. Snow, b. Jan. 5, 1861; m. Nov. 5, 1885, to Alberta Stuart

of Saco.
VI. Frank E. Snow, b. Nov. 21, 1863; m. Sept., 1884, to Rosa Palmer of
Kansas City, Mo.

8. George H. Milliken" (3), fourth son of Jacob* (1), b. July 24, 1827; m., and
resides in Scarbro.

9. Freedom Milliken" (1), fifth son of Jacob' (1), b. in Scarbro, Me , Nov. 20,
1821; m. in that town Feb. 13, 1853, to Phebe Carter Richards, and lived
there many years. He removed to Boston, or vicinity, later, where he resides.
Children b. in Scarbro, named as follows:

I. Delia Milliken', b. Mar., 1855.
II. James W. Milliken'', b. Mar. 21, 1856.

III. Sarah E. Milliken'', b. May 6, 1859; m. Nov. 16, 1879, to Bainbridg-
Wade Woodward, son of Ezekiel of Litchfield, Me., b. there Nov. 17,
1849. Resides in, or near, Boston, Mass.

IV. Ambrose F. Milliken", b. Dec. 8, 1862.



1. Abigail iVIilliken" (5), eldest daughter of SamueP (6), b. Dec. 28, 1807; was
m., ist, to William Morrison, Dec. 23, 1838. He was a sea captain of Iln^flish
birth, who sailed from the port of Boston and was shipwrecked and so badly
frozen that he d. By this union there were four children. A son and daughter
by Morrison d. at birth. She was m., 2d, to James I. Davis, Nov. 7, 1847. He
was b. in Mt. Desert, Me., Apr. 10, 1816. They settled on Long Island, eight
miles from Mt. Desert, where he followed lishing and farming, and, known
as " Deacon Davis," was the local preacher for many years. He and his wife
were God-fearing and benevolent persons who loved their fellow-creatures —
watched with the sick and fed the poor. She had four daughters by her second
husband, one dying at birth. Her death occurred .'Xpr. 27, 1888; was buried on
Outer Long Island (Me.). Her children, named as follows:

I. PiiiLENA Morrison, b. Mar. 7, 1840; d. June 7, 1840.

II. Amanda S. Morrison, b. May 14, 1842; d. Jan. 14, 1843.

III. Mary Ann Davis, b. May 8, 1848; d. May 20, 1849.

IV. Sarah Frances Davis, b. Sept. 24, 1849; ^- J'^"- 2, 1850.

V. Emily S. Davis, b. Sept. 11, 1852; m. to a cousin, Frank E. Oilman,
Oct. 19, 1874, at Outer Long Island, now Frenchboro, where they reside.

2. Sally Milliken" (5), second daughter of SamueP (5), b. at Mt. Desert Island,
]Me.. Dec. 6. 1S09; was m. to Joseph Sherman.

3. Capt. A. Wines Milliken" (1), eldest son of SamueP (5), b. at Mt. Desert
Island, Me., Apr. 15, 1812; was m. June 10, 1845, to Mary M. Sargent of
Brooklin, ^Nle., and after a seafaring life of many years, attended by many
dangers, d. Nov. 11, 1875. His widow was living with her maiden daughter in
Sedgwick, Me., in 1894. Two children, of whom with 7th generation.

4. William C. W. Milliken" (7), second son of SamueP (5), b. at Mt. Desert
Island, Me., Aug. 8, 1814; d. a child.

5. Susan Milliken" (3), third daughter of SamueP (5), b. at Pretty Marsh, Mt.
Desert Island, Me., July 11, 1816; was m. to Benjamin Beard of Townsend,
Mass., and lived in Boston, where she d. Jan. 20, 1892. Her husband d. at the
age of 57. Their three children were named as follows:

I. Edward M. Beard, b. Dec. 20, 1850; m. Apr. 11, 1889, to Sarah E.
x\dams, and resides in Boston, Mass. Four children.

II. Abbie Jane Beard, b. Feb. 20, 1856; d. same day.
ni. Annie L. Beard, b. Oct. 12, 1858; d. June 3, 1882.

6. Hannah D. Milliken" (6), fourth daughter of SamueP (5), b. at Pretty Marsh,
Mt. Desert Island, Me., Aug. 22, 1818; was m. to Capt. J.ames Tinker of
Tinker's Island, Brooklin, Me.

7. Emily A. Milliken" (2), fifth daughter of SamueP (5), b. at Pretty Marsh,
Mt. Desert, Ale., Mar. 30, 1821; was m. in Boston, Mass., Nov. 31, 1851, to
Gideon Oilman, son of Jonathan and Anne (Randall) Oilman, b. Feb. 2, 1822,
in Freedom, X.H. She d. Feb. 2, 187 1, in Billerica, Mass. Mr. Oilman, who
is still living in Medford, Mass., was long in the real estate and meat business,
but later moved to Billerica. Children named as follows:

I. Franklin Everett Oilman, b. in Boston, Nov. 7, 1852.

II. HoR.\CE Keyser Oilman, b. in Boston, May 6, 1856; d. in Billerica,
Aug., 1857.


ni. Horace Keyser Oilman, b. in Billerica, May 7, 1858; m. Mary
Frances Lyons at Charlestown, Mass., June i, 1884. She was b. there
July 12, 1862. Two sons.
rv. LiLLiE A. Oilman, b. in Billerica, May 3, 1861; d. there Aug. 17, 1861.
V. Edward A. Oilman, b. in Billerica, Jan. 30, 1865 ; d. there July 27, 1865.
VI. Hattie Arabella Oilman, b. in Billerica, Dec. 14, 1865.
vn. Alma Oilman, b. in Billerica, Mar. 23, 1868; d. there Aug. 23, 1868.

8. Elizabeth M. Milliken" (4), sixth daughter of SamueP (5), b. at Pretty Marsh,
Mt. Desert, Me., Jan. 11, 1823 ; was m. in Charlestown, Mass.,to Oeorge White-
field Mason of Keene, N.H., carpenter by trade, who d. in Charlestown, Oct.
25, 1856. She as widow, was m. to Albert Orlando Hart, who predeceased
her. She d. July 3, 1891. One child by Mr. Mason, viz.:

I. Lucy Ella Mason, b. July 3, 1852, in Charlestown, Mass.; m. in East
Boston, Mass., Aug. 3, 1876, to Robert D. Scribner, and resides at
Melrose Highlands, Mass.

9. Samuel Mulbery Milliken'' (6), son of Samuef (5), b. at Pretty Marsh, Me.,
Apr., 1826; m. May 2, 1851, to Sarah Jane Donnelly, b. Apr. 29, 1829, and d.
Aug. 15, 1870. She was living in Chicago, III., with her daughter, Mrs. Leonard,
in 1894. He had two children, of whom with 7th generation.

10. Edward Milliken" son of Samuel" (5), b. at Pretty Marsh, Me., Sept. 24,
1826; was m. and had two children, one of whom was adopted and given the
name of Edward M. Rumery; now living in Newton, Mass.

11. Joanna Milliken*' (1), daughter of SamueP (5), b. at Pretty Marsh, Me.,
May 9, 1829; was m. to Oardner Oilman.


1. Simeon J. Milliken'' (2), eldest son of Simeon" (1), b. Nov. 20, 1805; m.
Catherine Lopaus, Oct. 25, 1832, and d. Apr. 8, 1835, aged 29 years, 4 months.
A teacher and justice of the peace.

2. Meltiah J. Milliken" (1), second son of Simeon'^ (1), b. June 5, 1807; d. Nov.
24, 1827, aged 20 years, 5 months. A most amiable young man.

3- Rachel Milliken" (4), eldest daughter of Simeon'^ (1), b. Aug. 8, 1808; was
m. Jan. i, 1834, to Andrew Lopaus; d. Mar. 21, 1876, aged 67 years, 7 months.

4. A. Cummings Milliken** (1), third son of Simeon' (1), b. Mar. 26, 1810; m.
Phebe Flye (b. Oct. 2, 1809), Nov. 13, 1832, and is now Uving, with issue.

5. William W. Milliken" (7), fourth son of Simeon^ (1), b. Nov. 16, 1811; d.
Mar. 5, 1833, aged 21 years, 3 months.

6. Phebe M. Milliken" (5), second daughter of Simeon" (1), b. Aug. 17, 1813;^
was m. Sept. 5, 1833, to Capt. John F. Tinker; d. July 30, 1871. He was lost
at sea Feb. 9, 1845.

7. Rufus W. Milliken" (4), fifth son of Simeon" (1), b. July 11, 1815; d. Oct.
29, 1820, aged 5 years and 3 months.

8. Isephena Milliken*' (1), third daughter of Simeon" (1), b. Dec. 24, 1816; was
m. Aug. 28, 1836, to William Holden, and d. Jan. 25, 1861, aged 44 years, i

9. Samuel F. Milliken" (7), sixth son of Simeon'^ (1), b. Aug. 2, 1819; d. May
19, 1 84 1, aged 21 years, 9 months.


10. Cornelius W. Milliken* (1), seventh son of Simeon'"' (1), h. Mar. 2t, 1821;
m. Clara S. FosrKK, Jan. 23, 1849. She was b. Auj^. 30, 1.S29, and d. Aug. 27,
1853. He m., 2d, Cassilda H. Cousins, No\\, 1865. She was b. June 17,
1846, and d. Nov. 12, 1892. He d. Jan. 9, 1872. Names of children with 7th
generation. children of isaac and mart ltbbt.

1. Susan IVIilliken" (4). daughter of Isaac'' (1) ; was m. to Lewis Goonwix; lived

Online LibraryG. T. (Gideon Tibbetts) RidlonHistory 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 text (page 17 of 109)