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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IV. William A. Hagerman, b. May 18, 1852.



POSTER /TV OF EDWARD M/fJJh'EX. \\\

V. Henry E. Hagerman, b. Feb. i, 1859.
\i. Francis H. Hagerman, b. Apr. 7, 1861.

5. Josiah Milliken' (3), second son of Benjamin" (7), b. in Toronto, Can., Dec.
24, 1826; was m. Oct., 1851, to Miss Matilda Jemison. He had issue by
Matilda, three children. His second wife was Miss Agnes Jemison, sister of
the former, and by her had six children, of whom with 8th generation. He d.
in Oct., 1900.

6. Mary Milliken^ (17), fourth daughter of Benjamin" (7), b. in Toronto, Can.,
July ig, 1829; was m. April 11, 1848, to John Smith, b. Dec. 20, 1820, and is
now living. Her children, named as follows:

I. Charlotte Smith, Ix Nov. 20, 1849; "^- -^liir- 9, 1868, to Silas Lunan.

II. Alice Smith, b. Jan. 9, 1852; m. June 9, 1874, to William Cox, and has
issue.

III. Arcihbald D. Smith, b. Jan. 19, 1854; unm.

IV. William M. S.\nTU, b. Nov. 7, 1858.

7. Charlotte Milliken' (2), hfth daughter of Benjamin'' (7j, b. in Toronto
Can., Nov. 9, 183 1; m. Aug. 23, 1849, to Benjamin Franklin White. She d
Children named as follows:

I. Abigail White, b. Aug. 26, 1850; m. Dec. 26, 1870; d. June 7, 1883.

II. Elizabeth White, b. Sept. 25, 1851; m. Jan. 11, 1881.

III. George White, b. July 5, 1853.

IV. Ira White, b. Aug. 12, 1855; d. May 5, 1878.
V. Mary White, b. Nov. 28, 1857.

VI. Alvin White, b. Aug. 12, 1859.
VII. Harriet White, b. June 10, 1861.

VIII. William White, b. May 17, 1863; d. July i, 1863.

IX. Esther White, b. Apr. 30, 1865; m. Jan. 28, 1861; d. Sept. 18, 1895.

X. Annie White, b. Feb. 15, 1868; m. Oct. 23, 1889.

XI. Benjamin White, b. Feb. 5, 1873.

8. William Milliken' (10), youngest son of Benjamin" (7), b. in Toronto, Can.,
July 2, 1834; m. May 31, 1864, Miss Mary R. Hoods, and resides in his native
city. Has manifested a deep interest in the Milliken Genealogy, and collected
the family records of the Norman Milliken branch as found in this work.
There were five children, of whom with 8th generation.

9. Mary Eleanor Milliken^ (16), youngest daughter of Benjamin" (7), was the
child of his second wife. She was m. to Peter Matthews, and had sons and
daughters, of whom we have no particulars.

CHILDREN OF NORMAN AND MARY J. WILSON.

I. Mary Ann Milliken' (18). eldest daughter of Norman" (2), b. Jan. 21, 1836;
was m. June 5, 1863, to William Halls of Cornwall, Eng. Her children were
named as follows:

I. William Edwin Halls, b. Mar. 31, 1864.
11. Norman Milliken Halls, b. Mar. 19, 1865.

III. Susan Amelia Famar Halls, b. Dec. 2, 1866.

IV. Lucinda J.ane Halls, b. Sept. 15, 1868.

V. William Daniel Halls, b. Oct. 18, 1869.
VI. Frank Southey Halls, b. Mar. 20, 1871.



112 POSTERITY OF EDWARD MILLIKEN.

VII. QuEENiE May Halls, b. Nov. 26, 1872.
VIII. Sarah Harriet Halls, b. Sept. 30, 1875.

2. Harriet Amelia Milliken^ (3), second daughter of Norman" (2), b. Apr. 26,
1837; was m. Apr. 21, 1856, to Richard Muirhead of Dumfrieshire, Scotland,
Her children, named as follows:

I. John Alexander Muirhead, b. July 27, 1857.

n. Norman William Muirhead, b. June 26, 1859.

III. Nelson Henry Muirhead, b. Nov. 6, 1861.

IV. Mary Jane Elizabeth Muirhead, b. Dec. 28, 1863.
V. Sarah Adaline Muirhead, b. Oct. 9, 1866.

VI. Albert Edwin Muirhead, b. Aug. 18, 1868.

VII. Benjamin Franklin Muirhead, b. Sept. 4, 1870.

VIII. AsHFORD Leslie Muirhead, b. Feb. 22, 1872.

IX. Richard James Muirhead, b. Dec. 11, 1873.

X. Isaac Milton Muirhead, b. Aug. 5, 1875.

XI. Harriet Amelia Hanora Muirhead, b. Jan. 3, 1878.

3. Susan Walton Milliken^ (11), third daughter of Norman** (2), b. May 14,
1838. Never m.

4- Sarah Milliken^ (4), fourth daughter of Norman® (2), b. Aug. 9, 1839; was
m. Jan. 16, 1868, to William Morgan. Three children, named as follows:
I. Mary Jane Morgan, b. June 22, 1869.
II. Leonard Edward Morgan, b. Nov. 10, 1875.
III. Amelia Ann Morgan, b. Jan. 11, 1878.

5. Benjamin Milliken^ (10), eldest son of Norman® (2), b. Oct. 15, 1840; m.,
ist, Jan. 30, 1868, to Phoebe Turner, by whom one son; 2d, Feb. i, 1871, to
Mary Ferguson, by whom four children, of whom with 7th generation.

6. Norman Henry Milliken' (4), second son of Norman** (2), b. Nov. n, 1842;
m. Mar. 27, 1866, to Sarah McIllen. Five children. See 8th generation.

7. Ann Maria Milliken' (4), fifth daughter of Norman" (2), b. Dec. 10, 1843.

8. Lucinda Alena Milliken^ (1), sixth daughter of Norman" (2), b. Jan. 20,
1845; was m. Mar. 27, 1879, to Eli Conner. No children.

9. William Edward Milliken' (11), third son of Norman", b. June 2, 1864.

10. Edwin Milliken' (2), fourth son of Norman" (2), b. Nov. u, 1864; m.
Mar. 13, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Dumond'. There were twelve children.
See 8th generation.

11. Emeline Elizabeth Milliken' (2), seventh daughter of Norman" (2), b. Dec.
25, 1849; was m. June 19, 1877, to Jacob Musselman. She had two children
named as follows:

I. Jacob Doan Musselman, b. July 14, 1883.
II. Norman Musselman, b. Nov. 17, 1885.

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND "VrrVES, OF SURRY. ME.

I. Robert Milliken' (1), eldest son of John" (5), and Mehitable, b. in Surry.
Me., Jan. i, 1806; m. in that town to Sabastia A. Gasper. Names of two chil-
dren recorded there. He d. Sept. 23, 1888. One authority says Robert m.
Caroline Chase of Bluehill, Me., by whom four children: Otis, Melissa, Alonzo,
and Howard. He m. the widow Ann Ray of Surry, and had by her two children:
Allan and Robert. See 8th generation.



POSTERITY OF EDWARD MILLIKEN. 113



2. Elbert Milliken^ (1), twin son of John* (5), b. in Surry, ^fe., Jan. i, i8o6;
m. Mary Allkv, daughlcr of Alexander and Mary Alley of Orland, Me., and
lived in the North Bend neighborhood of his native town. Farmer and seaman.
He and his twin brother, Robert, closely resemble each other. He was of me-
dium height anfl dark complexion. A member of the Methodist church. He
d. on Mar. 27th, i860; his wife d. in Sept., 1850. They were buried in Surry.
Children, seven in number, all born in Surry, Me. See 8th generation.

3. Olive Milliken^ (1), eldest daughter of John" (5). 1). in Surry, Me., Sept.
5, 1807; was m. to Andrew Mann, and lived at North Bend, Surj-y, Me. He
was b. in said town June i, 1799, and d. Feb. 28, 1882. His wife d. May 23,
1 88 1. Children named as follows:

I. Thomas J. Mann, m. Sophia A. Milliken, daughter of James and Lydia,
b. May 22, 1837; d. June 28, 1862. He d. Jan. 29, 1855.

n. Ransom S. Mann, b. in Surry, Me.; was a twin brother of preceding;
d. Feb. 17, 1885, unm.

III. Charles E. Mann, m. Susan M. Gasper, and left four children. He
d. Apr. 9, 1872.

IV. John G. Mann, m. Nellie F. Wescott, and was lost on the ill fated
" City of Portland," Nov. 26, 1898. He left one son.

V. Alden H. Mann, b. in Surry, Me., Oct. 5, 1842; m. in Brewer to

Rose E. Wescott, and has five children. The early lives of the Mann

brothers were spent on the sea.

4- Miranda Milliken^ (1), second daughter of John" (5), b. in Surry, Me.,

Sept. 5, 1809; was m. to Andrew Flood, and had eight children: Phebe, Aphia,

Siiel, Algernon, Georgia, Aramintha, Alberteen, and Lewis.

5. Capt. Dominlcus Milliken^ (4), third son of John' (5), and Mehitable Worm-
wood, b. in Surrv, Me., Aug. 15, 181 1; m. to Jane Smiley of Philadelphia,
Pa., daughter of John and Ellen Smiley, in 1837, and settled in Quakertown,
Pa. He was for many years a seaman, and became a master mariner. He d.
Oct. 29, 1888; his wife d. May 25, 1895. Four children, of whom with 8th gen-
eration.

6. Betsey Milliken^ (3), third daughter of John* (5), and Mehitable, b. in Surry,
Me., July 2, 1816; was m. to Nathan Cottle of Belfast, Me., and had four
children: Henryetta, Octavus, Asa and Sophia.

7. Asa Greene Milliken^ (1), fourth son of John* (5), b. in Surry, Me., Apr. 9,
1819, and was three times married; ist, to Margaret Smith of Waltham, Me.,
by whom three children; 2d, to Sarah Kane, daughter of Thomas and Elsie
Kane, of Ellsworth, Me., by whom two children. She d. Feb. 22, 1880, aged
44 years. Third, to widow Rachel Staples of Surry, by whom no issue. He
followed the sea and farming. Resided in Surry until the last five years of his
life, which he spent with his daughter in Penobscot, Me. He d. Apr. 28, 1901.
Children:

I. Albertine Frost Milliken^, b. Aug. 27, 1849; ri""- ^^^ 1865 to C. H.
Barber, a baggage-master, of Boston. She d. June 26, 1870.

II. Emeline Pauline Milliken*, b. Nov. 10, 1851; m. Oct. 8, 1872, to
C. E. Willis, carpenter and builder of Boston. She d Nov. 22, 1894.

III. N.\NCY Gennette MILI.IKEN^ b. Feb. 15, 1854; m. 1S69, to Frank
HiGGixs, mill-man, of Ellsworth. She d. Jan. 7, 1886. Two sons,
Harry and Norris.



114 POSTERITY OF EDWARD MIL LI KEN.

\^

IC-'A^. Etta Grace Milliken^, b. Jan. lo, 1872; m. Oct. 16, 1S94, to Everard
R. Leach of Penobscot, Me., and had issue, Vere Maude, h. Feb. 28,
1896, and Christie Maria, b. Sept. 17, 1898.
V. Alston Theodore Milliken*, b. Feb. 4, 1875; li^'^s in Surry, Me.,
unm.

8. Lydia Milliken^ (2), twin daughter of John" (5), and Mehitable, b. in Surry,
^Ee., Apr. 8, 1819; was m. in 1841, to Amasa B. Flood, and Hved in her native
town, where she d. in June, 1858. Mr. Flood d. in Kansas in 1893. Children
as follows:

I. Augusta B. Flood, b. Jan. 6, 1844; d. Aug. 15, 1859.
II. Emily A. Flood, b. July 5, 1846; m. Otis E. Sinclair, Sept., 1865, ^^^
d. July 22, 1886, leaving issue.

III. Mary F. Flood, b. Sept. 26, 1850; m. Rancil A. Sinclair, Aug. i, 1868,
and has issue.

9. Jesse Milliken^ (2), fifth son of John® (5), and Mehitable, b. in Surry, Me.,
Oct. 2, 1821; d. Mar. 15, 1822.

10. Margaret Milliken^ (2), fifth daughter of John" (5), and Mehitable, b. in
Surry, Me., Feb. 14, 1823; was m. to John Dresser of Dedham, Me., and
had four children: Phebe, Ella, Arthur, and John.

11. Rufus B. Milliken^ (4), si.xth son of John" (5), and Mehitable, b. in Surry,
Me., Oct. 7, 1825; m. Catherine Rines of New York, and settled in New
Haven, Conn. In 1839 he enlisted in the navy, and served until the close of
the Mexican War, receiving an honorable discharge after nine years of service.
During this time he served on board the "Savannah," "Ohio," "Spitfire," and
"Falmouth," ships then famous in the navy. At the close of the Mexican
War he went to New York. When the Civil War was in progress, he again
responded to his country's call, enlisting in the 14th Maine Volunteer Infantry.
Latterly Mr. and Mrs. Milliken have hved in Bangor and other eastern Maine
towns. They celebrated the 50th anniversary of their marriage many years
ago in Bangor, and many relatives and friends assembled to congratulate them,
and many beautiful presents were left in their home as tokens of the esteem in
which they were held. They are now living in Hampden, Me., a well-preserved
and interesting couple. He is an earnest Adventist. A member of the B. H.
Beale Post, G. A. R. There were six children, of whom with 8th generation.

12. Abigail B. Milliken^ (7), twin daughter of John" (5), and Mehitable, b. in
Surry, Me., Oct. 7, 1825; was m. Dec. 21, 1845, to Jesse H. Mayo, son of
Gideon and Mary Mayo, b. at Eden, Me., Aug. 5, 1816, and d. Mar. 15, 1894.
She is still living at West Eden with her son; and with her brother Rufus, just
mentioned, are among the oldest twins in the State. They had five children,
named as follows:

I. Rev. Gideon Mayo, b. Nov. 23, 1846; living near Waterville, ISIe.

II. Sedalia Mayo, b. Nov. 23, 1849; living in Berkeley, Cal.

•III. George W. Mayo, b. May 12, 1858; Uving in Eden, Me.

IV. Willis E. Mayo, b. May 31, 1861; d. Oct. 7, 1889.
V. Cora A. Mayo, b. Aug. 26, 1864; d. Dec. 14, 1897.

13. Mehitable Milliken^ (5), youngest daughter of John" (5), and Mehitable.
b. in Surry, Me., Dec. 15, 1827; was m. to Thomas Cousins of Surry, and had
Mary, Edward, and Dora.



POSTERITY OF EDWARD MllJJh-KN. 115

14. Mary A. Milliken^ (19), only clau}z;htcr of John" (5), and Polly Gage, his
second wife, b. in Surry, Me., Apr. 28, 1835; was m. Sept. 14, 1854, to Jamks
W. Grixdle of North Penol)scot, Me., who was b. Apr. 12, 1832, and d. Jan.

9, 1901. He served in the Civil War from 1862 to 1865. Residence always in
North Penobscot, Me. Two children, named as follows:

I. Frank P. Grindle, b. Aug. 18, 1856; m. Ella Gray of Penobscot, and

has two children.
II. Melville H. Grixdle, b. Mar. 14, 1870; m. Feb. 4, 1897, to Fannie
L. Pratt of North Penobscot, Me.

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND ELIZA RING.

1. Charles L. Milliken^ (4), eldest son of Benjamin" (6), b. in Surry, Me.,
Oct. 19, 1816. Sea-ca[)tain.

2. Franklin B. Milliken^ (2), second sou of Benjamin" (6), b. in Surry, Me.,
Dec. 25, 1818. Sea-captain; d. childless.

3. Mary E. Milliken^ (20), eldest daughter of Benjamin" (6), b. in Surry, Me.,
Apr. 17. 1820; was m. to Henry Farmer of Boston, Mass.

4- Ebenezer W. Milliken^ (1), third son of Benjamin" (6), b. in Surry, Me.,
Nov. II, 1822; d. unm., in Columbia, Cal., about 1862.

5. Thomas W. Milliken^ (1), fourth son of Benjamin" (6), b. in Surry, Me.,
^lav 27, 1825; m. AiiAND.A Parks of Searsmont, Me., and lived at Tom's River,
N.J.

6. George W. Milliken^ (4), fifth son of Benjamin" (6), b. in Surry, Me., Apr.

7. 1828; d. at MinneapoUs, Minn., about 1870. Was a married man.

7. Norman A. Milliken^ (4), eldest son of Benjamin" (6), and Polly Smith, b.
in Surry, Me., Oct. 2^, 1833; living in East Boston, Mass., when not traveUing;
unm. at last account.

8. Francis B. Milliken' (4), second son of Benjamin" (6), and Polly Smith, b.
in Surry, Me., Mar. 31, 1835; m. Eliza McDonald ; 2d, Elizabeth McDonald,
and was living in Boston, Mass., when last heard from.

9- Frederick C. Milliken^ third son of Benjamin"(6), and Polly Smith, b. in Surry,
Me., Mar. 31, 1835.

10. Emma L. Milliken' (1), daughter of Benjamin" (6), and Polly Smith, b. in
Surry, Me., Aug. 17, 1838; d. at Lake Village, N. H., Sept. 3, 1858.

CHILDREN OF JAMES AND NANCT JARVTS.

1. Philip J. Milliken^ (1), eldest son of James" (2), b. in Surry, Me., June 18,
1814; m. Phebe Ray; daughter of Robert and Eddie Ray, and resided in his
native town. He followed the sea in his early years. Was in California twice.
Was at one time in the milling business. He d. at the age of 80. Widow still
living, aged 90. Ten children, of whom with 8th generation.

2. James A. Milliken^ (7), second son of James" (2), b. in Surry, Me., Oct. i,
1816; m. Lydia Dutch, a daughter of Nathaniel Dutch of Salem, Mass. (where
she was b. July 14, 181 1), in 1834, and lived in his native town as farmer and
mill-man. Held the office of selectman. Of medium size; comple.xion dark.
He d. Apr. 3, 1899. Wife d. Mar. 8, 1866. Ten children, of whom with 8th
generation.



116 POSTERITY OF EDWARD MILLIKEN.



3. Horatio Milliken^ (1), third son of James" (2), b. in Surry, Me., July 30,
1818; m. Julia A. Blaisdell, daughter of John P. and Clarissa (Myrick)
Blaisdell, the former of Orland, Me., the latter of Bluehill, Me. She was b. in
Orland in 1823. Mr. Milliken d. in 1895. Farmer at North Bend, in Surry.
He was a large man, of dark complexion. His widow was m., 2d, to Rev. A.
H. McKenzie, and lives at Indian River, Me. He d. in July, 1900. Seven chil-
dren by ist husband. See 8th generation.

4. Sally Milliken^ (7), eldest daughter of James" (2), b. in Surry, Me., Jan. 24,
1821; was m. Nov. 18, 1846, in Bangor, Me., to Henry Sewall Brown, b.
May 13, 1816, d. May 18, 1887. A native of Belfast, Me. She d. Mar. 6, 1852.
They were buried at Mt. Hope, Bangor. He was for a number of years in the
furniture business at Bangor, but latterly worked at his trade of cabinet-making
and upholstery. Two children:

I. Henry Arthur Brown, b. in Bangor, Me., Apr. 2, 1848; m. Carrie
Y. WoosTER in Brooklyn, N.Y., May, 1874. A furniture dealer at Bar
Harbor, Me.
II. Elizabeth Carlton Brown, b. in Bangor, Me., June 3, 1850; m. to
James E. Jarvis in Bangor, May 16, 1874.
5- Ann J. Milliken' (7), second daughter of James" (2), b. in Surry, Me., May
2, 1824; was m. to Henry Flagg, and resides in Chicago, 111. Has a most
estimable family, among them accomphshed teachers and musicians.

6. Elizabeth Milliken' (5), third daughter of James" (2), b. in Surry, Me.,
Oct. 2, 1826; was m. to Captain Carlton of Surry; 2d, to Gomes Evans of
California. She resides in San Francisco; is a wealthy and estimable lady, de-
voted to deeds of charity.

7. Jane H. Milliken' (1), fourth daughter of James" (2), b. in Surry, Me.,
July I, 1828; was m. to Jesse Ray, and lives in Surry.

8. Henry J. Milliken' (2), fourth son of James" (2), b. in Surry, Me., Nov.
27, 1830; m. Dec. 3, 1856, to Estelle Holt, and has two children, of whom
with 8th generation. Town clerk of Surry. Prominent townsman.

9. Emeline P. Milliken' (1), youngest daughter of James" (2), b. in Surry,
Me., May 17, 1834; was m. to William Jarvis, and resides in Brooklyn, N.Y.

CHILDREN OF JAMES B. AND MARTHA BUTLER.

1. Maria Milliken' (2), daughter of James" (3); d. in infancy.

2. Maria Milliken' (3), daughter of James" (3), b. July 4, 1835; was m. Dec.
25, 1848, to Ben. Milliken.

3. Lucy Milliken' (3), daughter of James" (3), b. in 1837; was m. to Jonathan
Daws; d. 1856.

4. William N. Milliken' (8), son of James" (3), 1). Feb. 16, 1839, in Ellsworth,
Me.; was m. Aug. 13, i860, to Avaline W. Fullarton, daughter of George B.
and Nancy J. (Hill) Fullarton of Ellsworth. This family removed to Michigan
in 1865, and to Kan.sas in 1882. He was engaged in the grocery business at
Junction City, Kan., at the time of his death, Oct. 31, 1902. Mr. MiUiken
was converted and united with the Baptist church in New Haven, Mich., in
1879. He united with the New Salem church. Clay Co., Kan., in 1889. He
was a man whose life was clean and honest; was kind at home and abroad, and
in all relations was governed by Christian principles. He was interred in High-
land Cemetery at Junction City, Kan. Children as follows:



POSTERITY OF EDWARD MILLIKEN. \\1



I. Anna Elena Mhi-ikkn**. ]>. July 28, 1861, in Ellsworth, Me., and m.

at Ridgewuy, Mich., Nov. 7, 1SS8, to J. W. (J). (Ii.iodkn.
II. Edora Alma Milliken", b. Aug. i, 1864, in Ellsworth, Me.; m. Feb.
15, 1882, in New Haven, Mirli., to Andrew A. FLOWER;d. Dec. 24, 1871.

III. joiix Mayxaro Mn.LiKi,N\ 1). Nov. 21, 1870, in Michigan, and d.
July 3, 1890.

IV. William Nelson Milliken**, b. Sept. 16, 1873, i" Michigan; ni. Dec,
24, 1898, at Junction City, Mich., to Magdalene Where, who d. July
29, 1900.

V. Grace E. Milliken*, b. Aug. 22, 1875, in IMichigan; d. Mar. 23, 1876.
VI. Georgia E. Milliken^, b. June 13, 1877, i^i Michigan; d. July 28, 1878.
VII. James Edward Millikkx**, b. Nov. 5, 1880, in Michigan; m. June 5,
1902, at Junction City, Kan., to Mayme Norman.

5. Mary Milliken' (21), daughter of James" (3), b. in 1841; was m. to Edion
\\'alkkr o{ I*'.llsworth, Mc., and has several children.

6. Mark Milliken' (1). son of James" (3), b. in Ellswwth, Me., May 30. 1845;
m. Lydia Jane Lunt of Ellsworth, and resides at the "mouth of the river,"
as they sav, below the city. lie followed the .sea for twenty years, tnit is now
a farmer. Said to be well informed on the genealogy of this branch of the Milli-
ken family, but appears to be non-communicative. His children are named as
follows :

I. William Wixefred Milliken**, m., and resides at Bar Ilart^or, Me.
II. Minnie Milliken**, b. June, 1868; m. Ernest Getchell, May, 1885.

III. Grace Milliken^, m. Crowley of Bangor, and has four children.

IV. Mark MILLIKEX^ b. 1876; m. Agnes Clough of Bangor, and resides
there. Two children.

V. Sherman MILLIKKN^ b. May 22, 1880; resides at home, unm.

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND BETSEY FULLERTON.

1. Maria Milliken' (3), eldest daughter of Benjamin'' (4), b. 1819, in Ellsworth,
Me.; was m. to Philip Remick of that town, where she d. 1872 (?). She had
five children.

2. Gardner Milliken' (1). eldest son of Benjamin" (4), b. 1820, in Ellsworth,
Me., where he m. ^^Iargaret Remick, and had one daughter. Frames, who m.
Frank Morrison of Ellsworth. Mr. Milliken is deceased.

3. Benjamin Milliken' (11), third son of Benjamin" (4), b. Jan., 1821, in Ells-
worth, Me., where he m. his cousin, Maria Milliken, daughter of James and
Martha Butler, Dec. 25, 1848, and lives on a farm in his native town, some
distance from the city limits. He is the 4th Benjamin, representing four genera-
tions, in this branch of the family. Children named as follows:

I. Frederick Milliken**, m. Aldana Joyce of Ellsworth, Me., ]Mar., 1S72,
and is styled "seaman" in the City Directory. He has had issue three
children, named as follows:
(i) Maria J.'Vne Milliken®, b. 1872.

(2) Lewis A. Milliken", b. May 23, 1875; lost at sea off Nahant.

(3) Sarah F. Milliken", b. 1878; m. to Ernest Harrington,

Waltham, Mass.
II. Adelia Caroline Milliken*, b. 1854; m. to Charles Clough of
Ellsworth, Me., Mar. 3, 1871, and has three children.



118 POSTERITY OF EDWARD MILLIKEN.

4- Elizabeth Milliken'' (7), second daughter of Benjamin" (4), b. in Ellsworth,
Me., where she was m. to Lewis Remick, and has four children.

5- George Milliken^ (21), third son of Benjamin** (4), b. 1857, in Ellsworth, Me.
He m. Elinia Wakefield of Calais, Me., and resides in his native town. He is
styled "sea-captain" in the Ellsworth City Directory. There were four chil-
dren, named as follows:

I. Calvert D. Milliken*, m. Betsey Saddler of Deer Isle, Me., and
has Mabel. He is styled "sea-captain" in the Ellsworth City Directory.
II. Sarah Milliken^, m. to Charles Doyle of Ellsworth, Me.

III. Mary Ann Milliken^, m. to William Alley of Ellsworth, Me. ; and
2d, to Charles Harriman of Frankfort, Me.

IV. Edwin Milliken^, m. to Evelyn Drake, and has four children; Percy,
Bertha, Sarah, and Walter.

6. Simeon Milliken^ (3), fourth son of Benjamin" (4), b. in EllsAvorth, Me.,
where he m. Evaline Ober of Mt. Desert, Me. He had issue four children,
named as follows:

I. Charles E. Milliken^, b. Oct. 14, 1853; drowned.

II. Clara E. Milliken^, b. May i, 1855; deceased (?).

III. Bion B. Milliken*, b. Jan. 10, i860; hving.

IV. Edwin A. Milliken**, b. Jan. 14, 1864; drowned.

7. Leander Milliken^ (1), fifth son of Benjamin" (4), b. in Ellsworth, Me.; m.
to Lydia Saddler, and "followed the sea" until 1878, when he was lost in the
schooner "Albarado." Children named as follows:

I. Edwin Milliken^, m. Bertie Betts of Ellsworth, Me.; 2d, Charles

WiTHAM of same town. One son.
II. Minnie Milliken^, m. Linwood Sargent of Gouldsboro, Me., and
had three children.

III. Henry Milliken^, b. 1875; was lost at sea with Lewis Milliken before
mentioned.

IV. Leander Milliken; was lost at sea in the ship "Captain John,'j*i893.

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND CATHERINE WHITE.

1. Benjamin F. Milliken^ (12), eldest son of Benjamin" (8), b. in New Bruns,
wick. Mar. 11, 1824; m. to Mary Ellen Aymar of St. George, N. B., Sept. iS,
1848, and resides in Eastport, Me. He was formerly a member of the firm of
" Fisher & Milliken," engaged in an extensive shipping business, owning and
fitting vessels for the West Indies. He is now senior member of the firm of
"B. F. Milliken & Son," doing a supply business in hard and soft coal; also oil
and sardine supplies. They are agents for the New York & New England
Steamships, sailing from St. John, N. B., to New York. Four children, named
as follows:

I. Charles D. Milliken.

II. Agnes Milliken.

III. Isabella Milliken.

IV. Louisa Milliken.

"^ They refused to have their births recorded in this book.

2. Dominicus Milliken^ (5), second son of Benjamin" (8), b. at St. George,
N. B., Dec. 30, 1825; m. July 6, 1853, to Helen Shaw, and lives at Second Falls,
St. George, N. B. Lawyer by profession. A gentleman of culture and ability.
He has supplied consideral)le data for this work. One son, Frederick.




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3. Izette Milliken' (1), eldest daughter of Benjamin' (8), b. in St. George,
N. B., Sept. 2q, 1827; was m. to Meisii of St. George, and is now a widow.

4. Joseph Milliken' (8), third son of Benjamin" (8), b. at St. George, N. B.,
Feb. 18, 1829; deceased.

5. George F. Milliken' (6), fourth son of Benjamin" (8), b. at St. George, N.B.,
Dec. 29, 1831; m. Nov. 6, 1866, Elizabeth J. Woods, and Hved in Kastport,
Me., to which he came from St. George when a young man, and was employed
as clerk for "Milliken & Fisher," remaining several years. When his brother,
Benjamin F., went to New Orleans in 1865, he continued business at tlie old
stand, dealing in fish, oil, and groceries, until he lost his hearing and retired.
He d. Nov. 15, 1886. Four children, named as follows:

I. Mary E. Milliken", b. Feb. 21, 1868; unm.



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 19 of 109)