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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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 18 of 109)
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at South i'arsonsricld. She <1. at Salem, Mass.

2. Lucy Mil]il<en" (2), dau.cjhter of Isaac^ (1); remained single.

3. Mary A. Milliken" (5), daughter of Isaac'' (1); was m. to John Lougee of
Parsonstield, Me. She d. in Winterport, Me. Children: Angcline R., Carolyn
B., Siisiin G., and Frank H.

4. Rufus Milliken" (4), only son of Isaac^ (1), b. in Parsonsfield, Mc.; m. Mary
Ann Parks of that town, daughter of EHphalet Parks, who m. for his third wife
Isabella Milliken, then a widow Clark. Rufus Hved at East and South Par-
sonsfield; afterwards removed to Cornish, where he worked as a tailor, and where
he d. in 1875, ^S^d 66 years. His widow m., 2d, Tristram Storer; 3d, Thomas
Richardson. There were two children by Rufus MiUiken: John A., principal
Centre Street Grammar School, Portland, Me.; and Mary A., who d. at the age
of 16. Rufus lost a hand when blasting on a ledge.


1. Lemuel Milliken" (3), eldest son of Rufus' (1), b. Aug. 12, 1804, in Scarbro,
Me.; moved with his parents to Parsonsfield, Me., in 1818. He settled in Levant,
^le., where he d. His widow went West and d. Children.

2. Lora B. Milliken" (1), second son of Rufus" (1), b. Aug. ig, 1805, in Scarbro,
Me.; was taken to Parsonsfield, Me., in 1818, ancl grew to manhood there. He
m. Mary White (b. in Parsonsfield, Sept. 28, 1811), June 7, 1832, and settled in
Levant, Me., where he cleared a farm. \\Tien returning from Bangor, where he
had been with a load of produce, he fell from his team and was found dead
under his sleds, Feb. 12, 1857. His wife d. Oct. 9, 1873. Eight children b. in
Levant, of whom with 7th generation.

3. George Milliken'" (4), third son of Rufus'^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Nov. 22,
1806; m. Sarah Hilton of Boston.

4- Edward C. Milliken" (7), fourth son of Rufus'^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Mar.

11, 1808; was taken to Parsonsfield, ^Me., in 1818, and there grew to manhood.
He m. Eliza Nutter, daughter of Thomas and Ruth Nutter of Ossipee, N. IL,
who was b there Dec. 21, 1822, and d. in Levant, Me., Feb. 27, 1896. He d.
in Levant, Sept. 27, 1863. He settled with his brothers in the township now
called Levant, and cleared a farm there. He had issue four children, of whom
with the 7th generation.

5- William Milliken" (7), fifth son of Rufus"' (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., July 3,
181 1 ; was brought to Parsonsfield, Me., in 1818, where he m. Mary Swe.^t,
and settled on the homestead farm. He was a large, powerful man. He d. in
the prime of life without issue.

6. Mary A. Milliken" (6), eldest daughter of Rufus^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Feb. 12, 1814; was m. to Rufus Robinson of Windham, Me., and lived in
Belfast, Brooks, and Parsonsfield, Me. She had children, one of whom, Mary
R., was the wife of Edwin Edgecomb of Kezar Falls, Me., now deceased.


7. Elizabeth Milliken" (4), second daughter of Rufus^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Sept. 16, 1816; d. in Parsonsfield when advanced in hfe; unm.

8. Nancy Milliken" (2), third daughter of Rufus^ (1), b. in Parsonsfield, Me.,
Apr. 9, 18 18; d. in childhood.

9. Charles Milliken" (3), sixth son of Rufus^ (1), b. in Parsonsfield, Me., Mar.

10. 1821; m, Anna Cartland, daughter of Charles and Miriam, and sister of
Elder John Cartland, and settled in the " Cartland neighborhood," so called, in
his native town, where his four sons were born. He removed to Cape Cod, Mass.,
and d. there.

10. Nancy Milliken" (3), fourth daughter of Rufus^ (1), b. in Parsonsfield, Me.,
Oct. 3, 1829; was m. to Elder John Cartland, a Quaker preacher, and Hved
33 years in Windham, Me., where he d. Dec. 4, 1902, aged 82. Mrs. Cartland
is the last surviving child of Capt. Rufus Milliken.


1. Clement Milliken'"' (1), eldest son of Jeremiah'' (3), b. in Saco, Me., Feb.
8, 1809; d. young.

2. William Miilbery Milliken* (7), second son of Jeremiah (3), b. in Saco, Me.,
Oct. 16, 1810; m. Nov., 1832, to Olive Hutchins of Kennebunk, Me., b. there
Dec. 6, 1808, and lived near Pepperill Square in said Saco. Was employed in
the York Mills. He d. July 22, 1857. His wife d. Apr. 2, 1869. Children
named as follows:

I. William Milliken Jr.", b. Apr. 7, 1833; d. July 2, 1849, aged 16 years,

2 months, 24 days.
II. Mary Ann Milliken^ b. Apr. 18, 1835; m. Charles Hatch of Saco,
and d. there several years ago.

III. Shuah Pillsbury Milliken'', b. Apr. 15, 1837.

IV. Susan Jane Milliken", b. Dec. 2, 1839; d. Apr. 2, 1848.

V. Daniel S. Milliken'', b. Jan. 25, 1841; served in the U. S. Navy sev-
eral years. Is deceased.

VI. Ether Milliken'', b. Aug. 3, 1843; enlisted in the Union Army, and d.
in Baltimore, Md., Feb. 20, 1862; unm.

VII. Asbray C. Milliken'', b. May 12, 1845; d- ^P^- 28, 1848, aged 27

years, 6 months. »

VIII. Henry Milliken', b. June 19, 1847; d. Feb. 7, 1850, aged 2 years,
7 months.

IX. Edwin Milliken'', b. June 19, 1847; d- J^-^b" ^O' i847-
X. Henrietta Milliken', b. Oct. 16, 1849, and is now on the Saco Town

XI. Jeremiah Milliken', b. 1854; m., and d. on the Pool road in Biddeford,
Me., Mar. 18, 1900, aged 46 years. He was a blacksmith by trade,
and was employed by Owen Chadbourne, ironing carriages in his Saco
estabhshment. He lived for many years on the Pool road, some dis-
tance from the Biddeford city limits.

3. Albert Milliken" (1), third son of Jeremiah"' (3), b. in Saco, Me., Jan. 7,
1813; d. Feb. 23, 1815.

4. Albert Milliken" (2), fourth son of Jeremiah' (3), b. in Saco, Me., Sept. 8,
1 8 14; worked for the York corporation many years, but in young manhood be-
came despondent and hanged himself.



5. Esther Milliken** (1), eldest (lau<^hter of Jeremiah* (3), b. in Saco, Me., Nov.
8, 1816. She probably d. in childhood.

6. Abigail Harmon Milliken** (6), second daughter of Jeremiah:' (3). b. in Saco,
Me., Dec. 14, 1818; was m. to Ja.mes Nickols, who had a restaurant in that

7. Jeremiah Milliken" (3), fifth son of Jeremiah^ (3), b. in Saco, Me., Mar. 10,

8. Henry B. C. G. Milliken" (1), sixth son of Jeremiah'' (3), b. in Saco, Me.,
Feb. 26, 1823; m., and lived in, or near, Boston, Mass.

9. Hannah Johnson Milliken" (6), third daughter of Jeremiah" (3), b. in Saco,
Me., July 5, 1825; was m. to Davis in Boston.

10. Charlotte Lefey Milliken" (1), fourth daughter of Jeremiah* (3). b. in Saco,

Me., July 2, 1830; was m. to Baker, boss of the reed shop on the York

corporation. She is still living, with her son, Charles Baker, in Lynn, Mass.

11. Maria Elizabeth Milliken*' (2), youngest daughter of Jeremiah* (3), b. in
Saco, Me., July 20, 1832.


1. Alvfn Bacon Milliken" (1), eldest son of Joel* (1), b. in Saco, Me., May 29,
181 2; m. May 9, 1842, to Emeline Coleman, who d. Jan. 23, 1866. He lived
on the homestead on the River road, so called, in Saco. She d. July 7, 1888.
These had eight children.

2. Collins Richards Milliken" (1), second son of Joel* (1), b. in Saco, Me.,
Mar. I, 1814. Probably d. when young.

3. Sarah Lord Milliken" (6), eldest daughter of Joel* (1), b. in Saco, Me., Mar.
22, 1816; was m. to Ebenezer Carll; hved on High Street, Saco, and had nine
children, all of whom, save one, William Carll, who m. Emma Griffith and lived
in Boston, d. young.

4. Isabella Milliken" (2), second daughter of Joel* (1), b. in Saco, Me., Aug.
18, 1818; was m. to Elisha Hight, son of Dr. EHsha Hight so well known, and
lived in Saco. She is now hving in Portland. Had thirteen children.

5. Elizabeth Milliken" (4), third daughter of Joel* (1), b. in Saco, Me., June 20,
1825; d. young.

6. Charlotte Milliken", fourth daughter of Joel", b. in Saco, Me., June 28,
1829; was m. to Freeman Atkinson of Saco, and has always lived there.
Mr. Atkinson d. 28 years ago. She is hving with her son and daughter. Four
children, named as follows:

I. Sarah Elizabeth Atkinson.

II. Frank Atkinson; unm.

III. Howard Atkinson, m. Fannie Hodgdon.

IV. Addie Atkinson, m. Frank Deering.

^cbcntb 6 cn oration.


I. Sarah Milliken' (10), eldest daughter of Matthew" (1), b. in Stetson. Me.,
Sept. 23, 1812; was carried by her parents when five years of age to Indiana,


where she was m. to Daniel Morse, farmer, at Manchester, and removed to
South Bend, Ind., where she now resides. Six children, named as follows:

I. Rebecca J. Morse, m. Menzo Webster, farmer, deceased, and lives

in Michigan.
II. William Morse, farmer, lives near South Bend, Ind.

III. Meltiah Morse, farmer. South Bend, Ind.; m. Ellen.

IV. Elizabeth Morse, m. Levi Wilkinson, farmer. South Bend, Ind.
V. Caroline Morse, m. Abram Whitsel, farmer, of South Bend, Ind.

VI. Susan Morse, m. Thompson, farmer, and lives near Walker-
town, Ind.

2. Daniel Milliken^ (2), eldest son of Matthew** (1), b. in Stetson, Me., Nov.
24, 1814; was carried, in 1817, to Indiana, where he m.. Mar. 4, 1841, Julia
Ann Earley. He now resides on a farm.

3. Elizabeth Milliken^ (9), second daughter of Matthew'' (1), b. at Manchester,
Ind., Mar. 23, 1818; d. Apr. 19, 1818.

4. Phebe_Millik"eii^ (5), third daughter of Matthew*' (1), b. at Manchester, Ind.,
June 16, 1822; was m. to Abner Tibbetts, cooper, and d. at Manchester.
Children named as follows:

I. Robert Tibbetts, farmer, d. in Kansas.
II. Margaret Tibbetts, m. Linn Young; lives in Michigan.
III. Sarah Tibbetts, m. Chrisman, farmer, and d. near Lakeville, Ind.

5. Margaret Milliken^ (2), fourth daughter of Matthew" (1), b. at Manchester,
Ind., June 16, 1822; was m. to William Dunn, and lived in that town. She d.
July 31, 1 88 1, leaving four children.

6. Susan Milliken" (4), fifth daughter of Matthew'" (1), b. at Manchester, Ind.,
Apr. 20, 1824; was m. to Peter Platt, and had six children. Now in Nebraska.

7. Jane Milliken^ (2), sixth daughter of Matthew" (1), b. at Manchester, Ind.,
Aug. 29, 1826; was m., ist, to A. B. Cotton, by whom two "cotton-blossoms;"
2d, to J. R. Freeland, by whom one son.

8. Meltiah L. Milliken' (2), second son of Matthew" (1), b. at Manchester
Ind., Dec. 21, 1828; m. Sept. 26, 1850, to Hannah Platt. He was a cooper
Removed from Manchester to South Bend, Ind., where they now reside. Nine
children. See 8th generation.

9. Priscilla Milliken" (2), seventh daughter of Matthew" (1), Ix at Manchester,
Ind., Mar. 20, 1831; was m. Mar. 23, 1848, to William Cotton, and had four
children. chiloren of elias anq amy htjstis.

1. Elizabeth Mi^iken^ eldest daughter of EHas" (2), b. at Manchester, Ind.
June 5, 1824; was m. to Harvey McDowell, and has four children.

2. Orenzo B. Milliken' (1), eldest son of EHas" (2), b. at Manchester, Ind.,
Aug. 12, 1829; m. to Dian Dorch, and had issue ten children.

3. Franci^s M. Milliken' (5), second son of Elias" (2), b. in Shelby Co., Ind.,
Feb. 4, 1832; m. Mary Myers, and is in the Soldiers' Home, Marshalltown, la.
He was in Company C, 63d Regiment Indiana Infantry, during the Civil War,
and saw much hard service. Two children. See 8th generation.

4. Sarah L. Milliken' (11), second daughter of Elias" (2), b. in Shelby Co., Ind.,
1835; was m. to Asher Turner, and Hves at Middleville, Mich. Has four


5. Jasper N. Milliken^ (1). third son of Elias" (2). 1). in Decatur Co., Ind.. Jan.
2, iS:;q; ni. Amkkica Fortunk, Feb. 3, 1859, and has throe chiMren, of whom
with 8th generation.

He was in the I'nion .\rmy as a member of Capt. Charles Clark's comy)any,
having enlisted Aug. 9, 1862, at Drakesville, la. This com[)any became Co. H,
30th Iowa \'ol. Infantry, and was mustered into service at Keokuk, la., Se[)t.
23, 1862. He was with his regiment through the siege of \'ick.sburg, and present
at the surrender July 4, 1863. Went back to Jackson, Miss., and was in the
second battle there; also in battle at Brandon, Miss. He returned to Black
River, and went into camp on July 27, 1863. Was in the hospital at Memj)his,
Tenn. Rejoined his regiment at Woodville, Ala., in March, 1864; was with
Sherman in the Atlanta campaign; participated in the battles of Resaca, Adairs-
ville, Allatoona, Ncwhope Church, Big Shanty, Kenesaw ^Mountain; was in
both battles at Atlanta, Ga., July 27th and 28th, 1864; in battle at Jonesborough,
and was present when Atlanta was evacuated. Went with Sherman on his
march to the sea; was at Savannah, Ga., when evacuated; went thence to Beau-
fort, S.C; was with Sherman on his march through the Carolinas; was in fight
at Columbus, S. C, and at its surrender; was at Orangeburgh and Goldsboro,
Bentonville and Raleigh, N. C, where Gen. Johnston surrendered. He marched
with the army to Washington, D.C., and was in the Grand Review on May 24,
1865; was mustered out of service at Washington, on June 5, 1865; sent to Daven-
port, la., paid oil and discharged June 15, 1865. Went to his home near Stiles,
Davis Co., la. He has been in the government employ as postmaster sixteen
years, in which capacity he is now (1902) serving at Pulaski, la.

6. James Patten Milliken^ (8), fourth son of Elias" (2), b. in Decatur Co., Ind.,
Dec. 25, 1844. He m. ]vIary Smith. Was in the Missouri State Militia; then
enlisted in the 15th Iowa Regiment, and served to the end of the war. Three
children with 8th generation.


1. Wesley Milliken'' (2), eldest son of James P." (3), b. in Dearborn Co., Ind.,
Oct. 21, 1827; m. May 29, 1849, to Catherine Powell, b. July 18, 1830, and
d. Dec. 18, 1901. Her parents were Nathan and Mary Powell, who removed
from Indiana to Illinois in 1858. Wesley MiUiken was a farmer in Raritan and
Stronghurst, 111. He had eleven children. See 7th generation.

2. Orville W. Milliken^ (1), second son of James P." (3), b. in Dearborn Co.,
Ind., Feb. 11, 1829; m. June 30, 1851, to Joan L. Morris, and d. June 2, 1873.
He was a farmer. Eight children. See 7th generation.

3. Flavius M. Milliken^ (1), third son of James" (3), b. in Dearborn Co., Ind.,
Sept. 28, 1830, and d. Aug. 22, 1832.

4- Lieut. James M. Milliken' (9), fourth son of James" (3), b. in Dearborn
Co., Ind., Oct. 20, 1832; m. Ai.mira J. Millikex, Mar. 16, 1858. He has
manifested a deep interest in this family history, and with great patience and
faithfulness compiled the records and information contained in this genealogy
of the descendants of Elias :Milliken and Mary Patten. He was educated in
the public schools, and is by occupation a farmer, teacher, and accountant. He
resides at South Bend, Ind.; but has formerly lived in California, Iowa, and
IHinois; also in Dade, Howell, and Scotland Cos., Mo. In 1S64 he was com-


missioned by Gov. Stone of Iowa, ist Lieutenant Drakesville Skirmishers, State
Militia. Eight children. See yth generation.

5. Martha N. Milliken" (8), eldest daughter of James" (3), born in Dearborn
Co., Ind., Sept. 19, 1834; was m. Dec. 23, 1852, to Amos T. Morris, a farmer.
Removed, in 1858, to Kirksville, Mo., and in 1861, to Drakesville, la.; thence to
McPherson, Kan., about 1870, where her husband d. She afterwards went to
Idaho and Missouri, and is now at Stiles, la. She has six children.

6. Robert Milliken" (2), fifth son of James" (3), b. in Dearborn Co., Ind., June
29, 1836; m. Jennie Deming, and d. Apr. 28, 1867. He was a graduate of
Antioch College, Yellow Springs, O., and afterwards a professor in the Wash-
ington University, St. Louis, Mo. He had one child, Ellsworth, d. young.

7. Noyes Milliken'' (1), sixth son of James" (3), b. in Dearborn Co., Ind., Apr.
15, 1838; m. July 28, 1870, to Lucy Fuller, to whom was born one child. He
m., 2d, Oct. 25, 1892, Lomie Lofftus, by whom two children. He was a
teacher in IlUnois, but is now engaged in business in McPherson, Kan.

He enlisted in the Union Army May 10, 1861, in Company B, 15th Indiana
Volunteer Infantry, from St. Joseph County. This regiment left the State for
the seat of war in western Virginia, but was recalled in Nov., 1861, for the for-
mation of the army of the Cumberland under Don Carlos Buell at Louisville,
Ky. Noyes Milliken was detached from his regiment and became a member
of the Signal Corps. After the battle of Shiloh he was returned to his regiment
and was with it through the various marchings which culminated in the re-arrival
of the army at Louisville. Thence through eastern Kentucky and back to Nash-
ville. He was again attached to the Signal Corps, and after the battle of Stone
River was mustered into the Signal Corps of the United States Army. He was
with the Signal Corps through the campaign that led through the southeastern
part of Tennessee and ended at the battle of Chickamauga, in northern Georgia.
He was with the army besieged in Chattanooga. After the battle of Missionary
Ridge and Lookout Mountain, he went with Gen. Sherman's forces to the rehef
of Burnside at Knoxville. Returning to Chattanooga he participated in the
campaign that ended at Atlanta, Ga. From Atlanta in the fall of 1864 he was
commissioned as Captain Company F, 42d U. S. C. I., and continued as such
until Jan. 31, 1866, when he was mustered out.

8. Mary E. Milliken' (15), second daughter of James" (3), b. in Dearborn Co.,
Ind., May i, 1840; was m. to Amos R. Lightfoot, — farmer, stockman, and
merchant, — in Davis Co., la. She removed to Henderson Co., 111., thence to
Scotland Co., Mo., and to Keokuk Co., la. He has a store at Fairfield, la.
Four children, named as follows:

I. Minnie L. Lightfoot, b. Oct. 8, 1865; m. Wilber L. Jackson.

TT. Viola M. Lightfoot, b. June 28, 1874; d. Jan. i, 1877.

iiL Jennie L. Lightfoot, 1). July 15, 1876; m. Walter O. Meridith.

IV. Frank E. Lightfoot, b. Dec. 3, 1877.

Q. Capt. Ethan A. B. Milliken^ (1), .seventh son of James" (3), b. in Dearborn
Co., Ind., Apr. 21, 1842, and d. Mar. 13, 187 1; unm.

This man had a good record as a soldier in the Union Arm}- during the Civil
War. He enlisted in Capt. Charles Clark's company at Drakesville, la., Aug.

9. 1862, and was made 7th Corporal, Sept. 23, 1862. This became the Com-
pany B, 30th Iowa Vol. Infantry. Was in the battle of Haines's liluff, rear of
Vicicsburg, Miss., Dec. 27th and 28th; in battle of Arkansas Post, Jan. 11, 1863;


went with his rej^iment on Virksburj^ campaign, Apr. 20, 1863; in scconcl l)attli'
of Haines's HhilT, May i,iS6j;; in battles of Hardtinies, Hrancsl)urf^, Port (iihson,
Edward's Kerry, Raymond, Clinton, and at Jackson the iai)ital of .Mississip])i;
was at Champion Hill, Black River, and in tlie great charge on Vicksburg, May
22, 1863, where his father fell mortall\' wounded. He was at the surrender of
Vicksburg. While at this place he was promoted to 2(1 Lieutenant of his com-
pany, his commission dated at Des Moines, la. 13th May, 1863, and signed by
Samuel J. Kirkwood, Governor. He went on the second trij) back to Jack.son,
and was in the second engagement there July i2(]i to 17th, 1S63. Was in the
battle at Brandon, Miss., the igth and 20th of July. He returned with his regi-
ment to the Big Black River, Miss., where they encamped till Sept. 25, 1863,
when they were ordered to East Tennessee for the relief of Gen. Thomas at
Chattanooga. \\'as in the fight at luka and Cherokee Station where Colonel
Torence was killed. He was in the battle of Lookout Mountain under (ien.
Joe Hooker; in the fight at Mi.ssionary Ridge, and Taylor's Ridge, where he was
wounded in his foot. W'ent with Sherman to Knoxville, Tenn., to relieve Gen.
Burnside, when the regiment went into winter (juarters at Woodville, Ala.
Here he was promoted to ist Lieutenant, his commission being signed by Gov-
ernor Kirkwood, Dec. 14, 1863. He went with Sherman on the Atlanta cam-
paign, which commenced ^May 5, 1864. Was in the battle at Snake Creek
Gap, May 15th; at Adairsville and Canville, May 20th; in battles of Burnt
Hickory, Pum])kin-vine Creek, Allatoona, Dallas, Newhope Church, June ist.
About this time he was promoted to the captaincy of Company B, 30th Infantry,
for meritorious service, his commission signed by Governor William M. Stone
of Iowa, June 8, 1864. He was in the battles of Big Shanty, Kenesaw Mountain,
Lost Mountain, Pine Mountain, Marietta, Chattahoochee River, between June
loth and July 28th; was at battle of Jonesborough, Aug. 31st, and at Tave Jay,
Sept. ist, 1864, when Atlanta was evacuated. He went with Sherman to the
sea; was at the evacuation of Savannah; went thence to Beaufort, South Carolina,
and with his regiment through the Carolinas. W^as at the capture of Columbia,
S.C., and at Orangeburgh, Goldsboro, and Rentansville, the last battle of the
campaign. He was at Raleigh, X. C, when Gen. Johnston surrendered, Apr.
26, 1865. Was present at the Grand Review in Washington, May 24, 1865.
Was paid and discharged at Davenport, la., June 16, 1865.

10. Thomas W. D. Milliken" (3), eighths on of James" (3), b. in Dearborn Co.,
Ind., Mar. 25, 1844; m., ist. Mar. 22, 1868, to Sar.vh Lightfoot, by whom
issue; second, to Lucinda Cox. He d. July 2, 1900.

11. Abigail Milliken' (12), third daughter of James" (3), b. in Dearborn Co.,
Ind., June 30, 1846; d. Feb. i, 1850.

12. Priscilla E. Milliken" (3), fourth daughter of James" (3), b. in Dearborn
Co., Ind., Apr. 2, 1849; m. William Bavarfi Crau;, Christian minister and
later chancellor Drake University, Des ISIoines, la., and d. Oct. 12, 1884, in
Denver, Colorado. Four children.

13. Indiana S. B. Milliken' (1), fifth daughter of James" (3), b. in Dearborn Co.,
Ind.. Jul\- 13, 1851; d. June 20, 1873; unm.


I. Almira J. Milliken' (1), eldest daughter of Robert" (2), b. Fel). 3, 1841, ard
was m. to her cousin, James M. Milliken, as stated under his name. She
had eight children. See 7th generation.


2. Robert L. B. Milliken^ (4), eldest son of Robert** (2), b. Aug. i6, 1843; m.,
in 1863, Melissa Markham, by whom one daughter. She d. in St. Joseph
Co., Ind. He married, second, in 1867, Belinda Koller, to whom were born ten
children. His third wife was Etta Sills; she had two children. He settled
in St. Joseph Co., Ind., but moved with his parents to Dade Co., Mo. He came
back to Henderson Co., 111., thence removed to Buchanan Co., la., and back
to St. Joseph. Then he went to Howell Co. and Scotland Co., Mo. ; thence back
to near North Liberty, Mo. His second wife d. in Schuyler Co., Mo. For his
children, see 7th generation.

3. Mary E. Milliken'' (16), second daughter of Robert" (2), b. Sept. 26, 1845;
was m. Dec. 26, 1866, to Barney Uline, lumberman, and settled in Madison
Township, St. Joe Co., Ind., but removed to Wakarusa, Elkhart Co., Ind. They
went to Nappanee, same county, and he is now superintendent of a canning
factory. There were three children, named as follows:

I. Charles A. Uline is at Fort Wayne, Ind.

. II. Walter C. Uline is a lumberman at Berrien Springs, Mich.
III. Burton Uline is at home, Nappanee, Ind.

4- Alice R. A. Milliken' (1), third daughter of Robert^ (2), b. Apr. 11, 1849;
was m. in 1872 to John Kiefer, farmer, and settled in Hazelton Township,
Buchanan Co., la., w^here she d. July 23, 1874, and her husband still lives there.
No children living.

5. Albert E. Milliken' (2), second son of Robert" (2), b. Feb. 18, 1855 ; m.
Mary B. Hall, Dec. 20, 1876, and settled in St. Joseph Co., Mo., but moved to
various places in the West, and now lives near South Bend, Ind. Five children,
all at home save one.


J. Ann Milliken' (3), eldest daughter of Benjamin" (7), b. in Markham, Ont.,
July 12, 1818; was m. Oct., 1836, to William Hagerman. She d. in 1845.
Three children, Ellen, Theophiliis, Benjamin.

2. Norman Milliken^ (2), eldest son of Benjamin" (7), b. in Markham, Ont.,
Apr. 19, 1820, and d. May 20, 1820.

3. Susanna Milliken^ (4), second daughter of Benjamin" (7), b. in Toronto,
Ont., July 12, 1821; was m. May 6, 1839, to ThoMAS Burton, and had children
named as follows. She is now living.

I. George Burton, b. Feb. 6, 1840.

II. Nancy Burton, b. June 14, 1843.

III. William Burton, b. Dec. 20, 1845.

IV. Mary E. Burton, b. Feb. 2, 1847.
V. Ardelia Burton, b. July 24, 1849.

VI. Thomas Burton, b. Aug. 10, 1855.
VII. Fanny Burton, b. June 2, 1858.

4. Nancy Milliken^ (3), second daughter of Benjamin" (7), b. in Toronto, Can.,
Mar. 15, 1824; was m. Dec. 27, 1842, to Henry Hagerman. She d. Aug. 19,
1870. Children named as follows:

I. Martha Hagerman, b. Mar. 9, 1845.
II, Nicholas Hagerman, b. Apr. 26, 1848.

III. Joseph S. Hagerman, b. Sept. 3, 1850.

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 18 of 109)