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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His wife d. Jan. 9, 1885, aged 75 years, 6 months, 15 days. Five children. See
7th generation.

13. Hannah Milliken*' (1), seventh daughter of Josiah^ (2), b. in Baldwin, Me.,
Nov. S, 1816; was m. to Freeman Norton of Baldwin, and had issue: Francina,
Elizabeth, Willis, and Harriet.

14- Joses Hopkinson Milliken^ (1), seventh son of Josiah^ (2), b. in Baldwin,
Me., 1818; m. ist, Susan Brooks in 1843; 2d, Nov. 29, 1854, Lydia Blake,
widow, daughter of Daniel Wiggin of Baldwin. He lived in his native town on
a farm, and accjuired considerable property by buying and selling cooper's hoops.
He d. Four children, of whom with 7th generation.



168 NATHANIEL MILLIKEN'S POSTERITY.

15. Nathaniel Milliken^ (8), eighth son of Josiah"' (2), b. in Baldwin, Me., June

23, 1820; m. ist, Betsey Chadbourne of Cornish, Me.; 2d, Dec. 13, 1849,
Lydia Libby, daughter of Luke and Susanna. He was a blacksmith in New
Bedford, Mass., many years; then returned to Baldwin; removed to a farm in
(East) Parsonsfield, Me., in 1866. He d. Four children, of whom with 7th
generation.

CHILDREN OF PHINEAS AND SARAH FOSS.

1. Anna Milliken'' (3), eldest daughter of Phineas"" (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Jan.

12, 1788; was m. to Nathaniel MiUiken, Apr. 11, 1804, and d. in Lincolnville,
Me., in June, 1 871, aged 83 years. See family record of Nathaniel for her child en.

2. Eunice Milliken^ (1), second daughter of Phineas^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Feb. 9, 1790; was m. Nov. 25, 181 7, to Benjamin Emery.

3. Phineas Milliken*' (2), eldest son of Phineas'^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Mar. 26,
1792. Family record, "May 23, 1792."

4- Thomas Milliken" (3), second son of Phineas^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., May

24, 1794, and lived in that town until 1814. When 20 years of age, he settled in
Effingham, N. H., where he cleared a farm and remained until his death, iVpr.
II, 1881. His wife, to whom he was m. in 1820, was Mary A. Wedgewood.
For names of children, see 7th generation.

5. Lydia Milliken*^ (4), third daughter of Phineas* (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Dec.

13, 1799; was m. June 20, 1819, to Rufus Leavitt.

6. Mary Milliken" (4), fourth daughter of Phineas* (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., July
21, 1802.

7. Walter Milliken" (1), third son of Phineas' (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Dec. 8,
1804.

8. Hannah Milliken" (2), fifth daughter of Phineas* (1), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
May 8, 1806.

9. Lucy Milliken** (2), sixth daughter of Phineas* (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Nov.
15, 1809.

CHILDREN OF CAPT. JOEL ^ AND ABIGAIL CARLL.

1. Thomas Milliken*' (4), eldest son of Joel* (1), b. in Buxton, Me., Mar. 30, 1790;
d. May 23, 1804.

2. Sally Milliken^ (3), eldest daughter of Joel* (1), b. in Buxton, Me., June 17,
1792; d. in Oct., 1804.

3. Benjamin Milliken*' (2), second son of Joel* (1), b. in Buxton, Me., Apr. 17,
1794; m. Barbara McKay (b. Oct. 26, 1801), in Cherryfield, Me., in 1827, and
lived in Beddington, Me., at one time, as his daughter was born there. He
d. Aug. II, 1857. Nine children, of whom with 7th generation.

Barbara Milliken, residence Alpena, Alpena Co., Mich., widow of Benjamin
C, filed claim in Penobscot Co., Me., for pension Aug. 22, 1879. He enhsted in
Portland, Me., Mar., 1813, aged 18 or 19, for one year, as private in Capt. Joel
Milhken's Company, 37th U.S. Infantry. Was seaman, lumberman and farmer.
Honorably discharged. She also states that he was in the naval service in same
war (perhaps as a j)rivateersman) ; that he was taken prisoner by the English
man-of-war and confined at Halifax nine months. She had no evidence beyond
her husband's account of his experiences. The war records show that Benjamin
Carll Milliken served as substitute for his brother, Daniel Milliken, in the 33d
Infantry. Claim granted.




NATHANIEL MiLLIKEN, AGED 98. BUXTON, ME.



NATHANIEL MJLLJKEN'S POSTERITY. 109

4. Daniel Milliken" (5), third son of Joel* (1), 1). in Huxion, Me., Sept. 27, 1796.

5. Achsah Milliken" (1), second daughter of Joel^ (1), b. in Buxton, Me., July
27, 1798.

6. Sally Milliken" (4), third daughter of Joer* (l),b. in Bu.xton, Me., Apr. 9, 1800.

7. Alexander Milliken" (1), fourth son of JocP (1), h. in Buxton, Me., Apr. 19,
1803; d. May 20, 1S04.

8. Lucy Milliken" (3), fourth daughter of Joel' (1), b. in Buxton, Me., May 25,
1804.

9. Joel Milliken" (2), fifth son of Joel' (1), b. in Buxton, Me., Jan. 23, 1809.

CHILDREN OF THOMAS' AND MARY JAMESON.

1. Harriet Milliken" (1), eldest daughter of Thomas'* (2), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Dec. 4, 1796; was m. to S.\muel Stirling of Saco, Nov. 13, 1828.

2. William Milliken" (2), eldest son of Thomas' (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., Dec.
16, 1798; went as supercargo to Norfolk and d. of yellow fever; aged 21 years.

3. Lucy Milliken" (4), second daughter of Thomas'' (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., Oct.
9, 1800; spinster, living 1873.

4. Sally Milliken" (5), third daughter of Thomas'' (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., Apr.

5. 1802; was m. to Abram Milliken and had three children.

5. Simon Milliken" (1), second son of Thomas' (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., Oct. 24,
1804; m. Nov. 28, 1827, to Eunice Rice, who d. May 4, 1837, and he m. 2d.
Oct. 19, 1837, Emeline Smith. He was a merchant and ship-owner. He d,
Oct. 3, 1844. Four child en b. in Scarbro. See 7th generation.

6. Catherine Milliken" (1), fourth daughter of Thomas' (2), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Nov. 29, 1806; was m. to Sewell S. Hunt. She d. in 187 1.

7. Charles Milliken" (3), thi-.d son of Thomas* (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., Feb. 12,
1808; m. to Harriet Johnson of Whitefield, Me.

8. Robert Milliken" (3), fourth son of Thomas' (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., in 1810,
and went down to Aroostook Co., Me., when the United States government was
running the line between the state and New Brunswick, and before the Aroostook
war. He m. Miss Sophronia Estey there and d. in 1858. He was exten-^ively
engaged in the lumber business at the time of his death. His widow is living in
Lakewood, N. J., at the age of 76 years. They had live children, all b. in Aroos-
took county. See 7th generation.

9. Elias Milliken" (2), fifth son of Thomas* (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., in 181 2; m.
Mehitable Marshall.

10. Mary A. Milliken" (5), fifth daughter of Thomas' (2), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
in 1814; was m. to Edward Moses, Nov. 29, 1837.

11. Eunice Milliken" (2), sixth daughter of Thomas' (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., in
1816; was m. to Samuel Sias and d. in 1864.

CHILDREN OF ISAAC' AND CATHERINE MOULTON.

1. Eliza Milliken" (2), eldest daughter of Isaac' (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., Sept.
18, 1807; d. single.

2. Nathaniel Milliken" (9), eldest son of Isaac' (2), of Saco, b. in Effingham,
N. H., Apr. 30, 1810; m. June 2, 1839, Nancy McKenny, daughter of Alvan
McKenny. He spent his minority attending school in winter and at work on the
homestead in summer. In the year 1830 went to Scarbro and hired out to drive



170 NATHANJiiL MJLLIKEN'S POSTERITY.



an oxteam, hauling lumber from Saco River to Portland, but occasionally work-
ing on his employer's farm. Here he worked for five years, with three at the
same business, and saved his earnings. In 1835 he bought a farm in Buxton
and has lived on it ever since. His long life has not been marked by any un-
usual event, but has been remarkably tranquil and peaceful. He attended 71
annual town meetings. Strictly temperate in his habits and avoiding discords
and political wrangles, he has moved through hfe in pleasant paths. He has
been an honest man and good citizen and holds the respect and esteem of his
contemporaries. At the ripe age of 94 years he is well preserved mentally and
physically; maintains an active interest in current events of the world's progress,
and appears more Hke a man of 70 than one so near the century hne. In mid-
winter, with the mercury down to 38°, while making plans for procuring his
photograph at his house, he requested due notice so that he " might be at home."
The accompanying portrait is an excellent likeness. Long live "Uncle Nat."
Had one adopted daughter.

3- Joseph Milliken''' (1), second son of Isaac^ (2), b. in Effingham, N. H.,
July 7, 181 2; d. in 1823, in Scarbro, Me.

4- James Milliken*' (2), third son of Isaac^ (2), b. in Effingham, N.H., Dec. 16,
1 81 4; m. Ad ALINE MouLTON, daughter of Jonathan Moulton of Freedom, N. H.
in 1842, and settled in that town as a farmer. He m. 2d, in 1843, Sarah Har-
mon. Mr. MilHken was a public spirited and useful citizen ; served as selectman
in 1864 and 1865, and represented his town in the legislature in 1872. He
spent his last days in the home of his son George, in Cornish, Me., and d. there.
Two children, of whom with 7th generation.

5. Robert Milliken" (4), fourth son of Isaac^ (2), b. in Effingham,'N. H., Aug. 2,
1817; m. Mary Buzzell of Ossipee, N. H., and settled in Freedom, N. H., near
the bank of the Great Ossipee River, as a farmer. He was selectman in 1879
and 1880. A quiet, honest man. He d. and was buried near his home. He
had seven children. See 7th generation.

6. Sally Milliken" (6), second daughter of Isaac^ (2), b. Sept. 16, 1819; d. Sept.,
1835-

7. Leander Milliken" (1), fifth son of Isaac'^ (2), b. Apr. 17, 1822; m. Susan
Moulton, daughter of Jonathan Moulton, b. May 17, 182 1, and hves on a farm
in Freedom, N. H. He has served in municipal offices and represented his town
in the legislature in 1888. Two children. See 7th generation.

8. Mary 1. Milliken" (6), third daughter of Isaac^ (2), b. May 5, 1824.

9. Isaac Milliken" (4), sixth son of Isaac^ (2), b. in 1838; d. in 1852.

CHILDREN OF ABRAM AND POLLY LEAVTTT.

1. John A. Milliken" (5), son of Abram^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Aug. 11, 1807;
m. (intention recorded, 1836) Jane Harmon Leavitt, b. Apr. 30, 1816; d. Feb.
14, 1890, daughter of Mark and Patience (Harmon) Leavitt, and resided at Dun-
stan in his native town, where he d. July 13, 1888. These had issue, ten children.
See 7th generation.

2. Richard Milliken" (2), second son of Abram^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., July 14,
1808.

3. Jane Milliken" (3), daughter of Abram^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Dec. 5, 1809;
was m. May 28, 1830, to John Libby of Scarbro ('farmer),b. Oct. 17, i8i7;d. Jan.
19, 1885. . She d. Oct. 9, 1870. Their children, named as follows:



XA IJLIXIEL M/LLIKEWS rOSTKKlTY



I. Mary-Jane Libby, b. Fel). 7, 1831; m. July 25, 1852, to J, S. Sawykr,
farmer, Scarbro.

II. Seth Libby, b. July 7, \'&iy, d. June 19, 1854.

rn. Richard M. Libby, b. Dec. 2, 1835; m. Nov. 22, i860, Georgia J.

Libby; farmer in Scarbro.
IV. Lydia Libby, b. Mar. 4, 1842; m. Jan. 10, i,S6i, John Trefethi n,

grain dealer, Portland, Me.
V. Benjamin T. Libby, b. May 28, 1846; ni. Dec. 24, 1877, Addie Kim-

LER. In fire department, Portland, Me.

CHILDREN OF ASA AND MIRIBAH WATERHOUSE.?

1. Ira Milliken® (1), eldest son of Asa'' (2), b. in Scarbro, ^NIc., Nov. 10, iSio;
m. Rum GoOGiNS and lived in his native town on the Portland road, one mile
beyond Dunstan. A farmer. He was a substantial and useful citizen. He and
his w. d. They had ten children, of whom with 7th generation.

2. Daniel Milliken^ (6), second son of Asa* (2), b. in Scarbro,' Me., Feb. 11,
1813; m. to Susan Waterhouse, b. 1808, being a daughter of Theophilus and

Waterhouse, and spent the most of his life in Saco; several years on a

farm on Moody Street; then removed to No. 14 Middle Street; was engaged in
the grocery and bakery business for some 12 years. Susan, his wife, d. July 3,
1870. He d. May 16, 1888. These had three sons. See 7th generation.

3. Elizabeth C. Milliken^ (3), eldest daughter of Asa*^ (2), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
May 31, 1817; was m. Mar., 1835, to Ephraim Harmon of Saco, b. Feb. 8, 1806,
and d. July 13, 1878. His father was Zachariah Harmon, a farmer. Mrs.
Harmon d. May 7, 1890. Their children, named as follows:

I. Edwin Augustus Harmon, b. Apr. 25, 1836; d. at Baton Rouge, La.,
Feb. 25, 1863.

n. George Henry Harmon, b. Sept. 15, 1847; rn- Emma Thing, dau.
Hiram and Mary Thing, Nov. 27, 1878; now living in Saco, Me. A
j)rominent citizen,
m. Joseph Frank Harmon, b. Nov. 15, 1873; d. Mar. 30, 1854.

4. Lydia Milliken^ (5), second daughter of Asa^ (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., Oct. 6,
1819; d. a child.

5. Joseph Milliken" (2), third son of Asa'^ (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., 1821; m
Nancy Waterhouse; resided on a farm in Saco; d. in 1853. Cliildren, three in
number. See 7th generation.

6. Silas Milliken^ (1), fourth son of Asa' (2), b. in Scarbro, Me., Nov. 15, 1825,
and was three times m.; ist, Dec. 4, 1846, to Sarah A. McKenney, b. Oct. 22,
1828, and d. Aug. 7, 1854; 2d, in 1856, to Ruth E. McKenney, daughter of
Jeremiah McKenney, and sister of Sarah A., who was b. Dec. 17, 1831, and d.
in 1861; 3d, in 1862, to Harriet A. Hanson. Mr. MilHken resides in an old-
fashioned mansion on a lane off Beech Street, in Saco, Me. He is a hale old man,
and respected for hi? honor and peaceable habits. Children, named as follows:

I. Elbridge W. Milliken', b. Oct. 23, 1847; d. Feb. i, 1S48.

II. Lewis M. Milliken^ b. June 17, 1849; d- F^b. 8, 1850.

III. Ruth E. Milliken", b. Sept. 8, 1853; ^- ^pr- 9, 1854.

IV. Mary M. Milliken', b. Dec. 18, 1856; m. Feb. 2. iSSo, Abel Den-
nett of Saco, Me.

V. Sarah E. Milliken', b. Aug. 4, 1857. Lives at home, unmarried.



172 NATHANIEL MILLIKEN'S POSTERITY.

VI. WiLBER H. MiLLIKEN', b. NoV. I3, 1859; "^- ^OV. 22, 1884, NeTTIE

Allen, who d. issueless.
VII. Carrie L. Milliken^, b. June i, 1863; m. William Allen of Bidde-

ford. Me.
vin. Edwin H. Milliken', b. Apr. 13, 1864; m. FcId. 2, 1887, Clara J.

Strout. '

IX. Lizzie A. MiLLIKEN', b. May 23, 1867; m. Jan. 26, 1887, Charles J.

Warren.
X. Hattie L. Milliken'^, b. Oct. 22, 1869; d. Feb. 22, 1894.
XI. Alice G. Milliken', b. Feb. 28, 1872; m. Jan. i, 1899, John H.

Bennett of Kennebunk.
XII. Susan E. Milliken'', b. May 10, 1874; single.

CHIUJREN OF ISAAC AND SALLY RICE.

1. James Rice Milliken** (3), eldest son of Isaac^ (3), b. in Scarbro, Me., Sep.
14, 1810; was m. Sept. 8, 1830, to Susan Cressey Bradbury, b. at Bar Mills,
Jan. 7, 1809, daughter of Andrew and Deborah (Cressey) Bradbury, who lived
many years in Portland and d. there. Mr. Milliken resided in Portland for many
years. He was a clerk at the State House, Augusta, for 25 years, but held his resi-
dence in Portland, where he d. Jan. 15, 1892. He was at one time a member of
the Methodist church, but afterwards afhhated with the Unitarians. Children's
names with 7th generation.

2. Sarah Margaret Milliken" (5), eldest daughter of Isaac^ (3), b. in Scarbro,
Me., June 8, 1814; was m. in Portland, Me., Mar. 4, 1838, to Oliver Hancock
Stowell, son of Isaac and Olive (Hancock) Stowell of Gray, Me. They re-
sided in Providence, R. I., where he d. in 1848. Mrs. Stowell then moved to New
Gloucester, Me., where she remained until her death, Dec. 23, 1887. She was at
member of the Baptist church. Mr. Stowell was b. in Gray, Me., Jan. 16, 1809.
Machinist by trade. Their children were named as follows:

I. Joseph Henry Stowell, b. May 20, 1839; m. Abbie Gough; d. Oct.

31, 1876.
n. Sarah Frances Stowell, b. Oct. 17, 1840; m. Mar. 26, 1866, to Howard
Gould, b. Jan. 3, 1844, son of Edward and Althea (Chase) Gould. Mr.
G. is agent for New York Ship Insurance Co., at Portland, Me. Was in
the 7th Mane battery. Civil war. One son.
III. Martha E. Stowell, b. Jan. 14, 1848; resides in New Gloucester, Me.;
unmarried.

3. Oliver Perry Milliken" (1), second son of Isaac^ (3), b. in Scarbro, Me., 1818;
was m. to Mary Ann Ayer, and lived in Biddeford, Me.

CHILDREN OF SEWELL AND HARRIET WOODMAN.

1. Jane Milliken'* (4), eldest daughter of SewelP (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Feb. 8,
1824; was m. to Nathaniel T. Boothby and d. May 21, 1862.

2. Abigail Milliken" (3), second daughter of Sewall^ (1), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Dec. 17, 1824; was m. to Nathaniel T. Boothby, and d. in 1893, aged 70.

3. Ezra Carter Milliken" (3), eldest son of Sewell (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Apr.
27, 1829; m. Jane Lowell.

4. Margaret Milliken" (1), third daughter of SewelP (1), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
June 12, 1831 ; was m. to Robert McConnell of New London, N. H. Children
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I. George William McConnell, Chicago, III.

II. F. Lillian McConnell, Boston, Mass.

III. Abba May McConnell, New London, N. H.

IV. Amia Cora McConnell (Arnold), No. Adams, Mass.
V. JosiE M. McConnell (McLean), Boston, Mass.

VI. Blanch McConnell (Blackman), Chicago, 111.

vii. Angie Marie McConnell, New London, N. H.

5. Charlotte Milliken" (1), fourth daughter of SewelP (1), b. in Scarbro, Me.,
Mar. 13, 1833; d. Apr. 12, 1834.

6. Richard Milliken" (2), second son of SewelP (1), b. in Scarbro, Me , Feb. 25,
1835; d. Mar. 10, 1835.

7. Sewell W. Milliken" (2), third son of SewelP (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Mar. 8,
1836; m. to Jane Spear (of Newton, Mass.), and had Cora C. of Newton, Mass.

CHILDREN OF SE"WrELIi AND AMANDA.

1. Harriet Milliken' (2), si.xth daughter of SewelP (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Dec.
16, 1850; m. Mar. 13, 1871, John H. Norris and had one child, /o/j^j ^ewe//,*
d. in infancy.

2. Ezra Carter Milliken" (1), fourth son of SewelP (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Nov-

19, 1852; m. Laura G. Morse; resides on the old Joshua Milliken homestead on
the Portland road a mile east of Dunstan Village; is a farmer and has children
named as follows:

I. Sewell Milliken', b. Sept. 18, 1885.

II. Alfred H. Milliken', b. June 7, 1889.

III. Henry M. Milliken', b. Sept. 5, 1890.

IV. Marion H. Milliken'', b. June 2, 1895.

3. Joshua D. Milliken" (2), fifth son of SewelP (1), b. in Scarbro, Me., Nov. 20,
1854 (town records, "i860"); m. June 16, 1883, to Etta A. Waterhouse,
daughter of Frederick Waterhouse, of Biddeford.

^cbcntb 6ciuvation.

CHILDREN OF ABNER' AND SARAH HEALD.

I- Nancy Milliken" (1), eldest daughter of Abner" (2), b. in Lincolnville, Me.,
Apr. 13, 1813; was m. to C.vpt. James M. Dickey of that town.

2. Charles W. Milliken" (4), .second son of Abner" (2), b. in Lincolnville, Me.,
Jan. 6, 1815; m. Eleanor Thomas and settled in Rockland, Me., where the
family are now living.

3. Fanny Milliken" (1), second daughter of Abner" (2), b. in Lincolnville, Me.,
July 18, 1818; was m. to E. A. Jones of that town.

4- Henry Milliken" (1). s:;cond son of Abner^ (2), b. in Lincolnville, Me., Sept.
II, 1820; m. Harriet Hewitt of Windsor, Me.; deceased.

5. Anna Milliken^ (4), third daughter of Abner" (2), b. in Lincolnville, Me.,
Apr. 2, 1823; was m. to Samuel Knight of Jefferson, Me.; deceased.

6. Warren Milliken' (1), third son of Abner" (2), b. in Lincolnville, Me., Oct.

20, 1825; m. Mary Richards.

7. Frank H. Milliken^ (1), fourth son of Abner" (2), b. in Lincolnville, Me.,
May II, 1834; m. Sarah J. Parker, deceased in 1869; 2d, in 1893, to Delia W.
Prescott. He d. Aug. 25, 1895, leaving four children.



174 NATHANIEL MILL/KEN'S /'OSTERITV.

8. Watson Milliken^ (1), youngest son of Abner® (2), b. in Lincolnville, Me.,
May 4, 1836; d. in 1850.

CHILDREN OF DANIEL« AND MARY LIBBY.

1. Phebe Milliken^ (1), eldest daughter of Daniel" (3), b. in Saco, Me., Mar. 18,
1847; <i- aged 18 years.

2. Phylena Milliken^ (1), second daughter of Daniel® (3), b. in Saco, Me., June

9, 1849; ^- aged 13 years.

3. Martha Milliken^ (2), third daughter of Daniel" (3), b. in Saco, Me., May 26,
1854; d. at the age of 22.

4. Catherine Milliken^ (2), fourth daughter of Daniel" (3), b. in Saco, Me., Nov.
30, 1858; d. aged 21 years.

CHTLDREN OF STEPHEN'^ AND MARGARET N. GOULD.

1. Cora N. Milliken^ (1), daughter of Stephen" (3), b. in Saco, Me., May 26,
1856; was m. to Joseph Wilson of Boston, druggist, and has one son, Harold
Milliken Wilson.

2. George Milliken' (1), son of Stephen" (3), b. x^pr. 12, 1863, in Saco, Me.; m.
June I, 1893, to Annie L. McKenney, adopted daughter of Dea. Lewis McKen-
ney of Saco, and resides at South Portland, Me. His children's names as follows:

I. Everett M. Milliken\ b. Apr. 10, 1894.

II. Carroll L. MILLIKEN^ b. July 8, 1896.
III. George L. Milliken'*, b. Nov. 4, 1897.

CHILDREN OF NATHANlELii AND SARAH B. GRANT.

: I. Sarah E. Milliken' (6), eldest daughter of Nathaniel" (7), b. in Saco, Me.,
Apr. I, 1833; was m. to Albion K. Haines, Mar. 10, 1861, and Uved in Saco,
near the Heath Meeting House. Two sons, Nathaniel and Frank.

2. Malissa A. Milliken^ (1), second daughter of Nathaniel" (7), b. in Saco, Me.,
Feb. 8, 1836; was m. in 1864, to Oliver Haines, brother of Albion, and lived in
Saco. Five daughters and one son.

3. Benjamin G. Milliken^ (3), eldest son of Nathaniel" (7), b. in Saco, Me.,
July 4, 1838; m. ist, in 1863, to Anna Jose, who d. Mar. 19, 1867. She had one
daughter. He m. 2d, in 1881, to Charlotte Libby. He is now living in Gor-
ham. Me.

4. Mary A. Milliken^ (7), third daughter of Nathaniel" (7), b. in Saco, Me.,
July 4, 1838; did not marry, and lives on her father's farm in Saco. She is a
twin of Benjamin.

5. Hannah J. Milliken^ (3), fourth daughter of Nathaniel" (7), b. in Saco, Me.,
May 9, 1841 ; is a dressmaker in the city of Saco, and is unmarried.

CHILDREN OF HON. DENNIS'' AND JANE LARRABEE.

1. George Milliken^ (2), eldest son of Dennis" (1), b. in Gardiner, Me., Feb.,
1830; was m. to Miss Elizabeth Plaisted of Waterville, Me. No children.

2. Edward Milliken' (1), second son of Dennis" (1), b. in Gardiner, Me., 1832;
m. 1862, to Mary Taylor of Alton, Me., and has three children named as
follows :

I. Janet Milliken\ b. July 21, 1863.
II. May Milliken^ b. Jan. 9, 1865.

III. Susan Milliken^ b. Aug. 8, 1866.




HON. CHARLES A. MILLIKEN, AUGUSTA, ME.



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3. Hadassah Milliken^ (1), eldest daughter of Dennis" (1), b. in Gardiner, Me.,
1834; was m. to Col. T. S. Bangs of Waterville, Me., and has issue.

4. John M. Milliken' (6), third son of Dennis" (1), b. in Burnham, Me., 1836;
d. 1838.

5- Mary E. iVIilliken^ (8), second daughter of Dennis" (1), b. in Burnham, Me.,
Dec, 1841; was m. to George Alden of Augusta, Me., and has issue.

CHILDREN OF PELETIAH' AND ELIZABETH S. CLAY.

I- Ellen J. Milliken^ (1), eldest daughter of Peletiah" (1), b. in Gardiner, Me.,
Oct. 21, 1838; was m. to Samuel Nash of that city, and has issue.

2. Kate M. Milliken^ (2), second daughter of Peletiah" (1), b. in Gardiner, Me.,
Sept. 17, 1841; was m. to Calvin R. Fuller of West Gardiner, Me., and has

issue.

3. Augusta A. Milliken' (1), third daughter of Peletiah" (1), b. in Gardiner, Me.,
Mar. 16, 1844; was m. to E. A. Kelsey of Waterville, Me., and has issue.

4. Mary A. Milliken' (9), fourth daughter of Peletiah" (1), b. in Gardiner, Me.,
Aug. 26, 1846; d. Aug. 22, 1848.

5. Melville P. Milliken' (1), son of Peletiah" (1), b. in Gardiner, Me., Oct. 21,
1848; m. June 16, 1870, to Sarah K. Cook of Chnton Gore, Me., who d. Sept.
9, 1878, and he m., 2d, Jan., 1882, to H. Jennie Fowler of Pittsfield, Me. Mr.
Milliken is engaged in an extensive lumber business in Richmond, Me., and
resides there. One child:

I. Frank C. Milliken"^, b. June, 1871; d. Dec, 1871.

CHILDREN OF DANIEL' AND LUCY GETCHELL.

1. Allison Milliken' (3), eldest son of Daniel" (4), b. in Alton, Me., June 25,
1852.

2. James Milliken' (4), second son of Daniel" (4), b. in Alton, Me., Mar. 12,
1855; m. Mar. 26, 1876, to Miss Ida M. York, and has Harry, b. Dec. 5, 1877;
Pearle, b. Nov. 14, 1884.

3. Alton Milliken' (1), third son of Daniel' (4), b. in Alton, Me., June 26, 1858.

CHILDREN OF ■WTLLIAM^ AND MARY A. LYON.

1. Fred E. Milliken' (1), only son of William'' (1), b. in Burnham, Me., June i,
1850. He has been postmaster of Gardiner, Ale., and chairman of the board of
registration.

2. Fannie E. Milliken' (2), only daughter of William" (1), b. in Burnham, Me.,
Aug. 18, 1853; hving at home.

CHILDREN OF ELIAS AND HADASSAH WHITNEY.

I. Hon. Charles Arthur Milliken' (5), eldest son of Elias" (l),b. in Burnham,
Waldo Co., Me., May 21, 1850; was m. May 21, 1875, to Ellen Knowlton',
daughter of Rev. Ebenezer Knowlton of South Montville, Me. He acquired his
education in the common schools and his training for active life on the farm and
in the lumber business. In 1884 he became a member of the firm of "Elias
Milliken's Sons," whose mills were at Hallowcll, Me. After the death of his
brother Henry P. Milhken, in 1895, the firm took the name of " EUas Milhken
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death of the senior member. In 1894 Mr. Mihiken was elected mayor of Au-
gusta, Me., in which office he served for two terms, being re-elected in 1895. He



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