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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Uken and Lexington, his place of residence, were inscribed in "a silver band of
crecent form" on the dials of his clocks. He d. Nov. 23, 1767, and his widow
was living in his house at the time of the British retreat in Lexington, Apr. 19,
1775, when they set fire to the buildings and stood by until their work of de-
struction was consummated. Emery A. Mulhken, Esq., said his father's farm
was a part of Nathaniel's homestead, and that from a boy he had been constantly
reminded of British vandalism by the old cellar-hole over which they burned
the Mulliken house. There were seven children. See 4th generation.

3. John Mulliken^ (2), third son of John" (1), b. in Bradford, Mass., Jan. 16
1728; d. in infancy.

4- Ebenezer MuUiken^ (3), fourth son of John^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
Feb. 8, 1736; d. young..

5. Hannah MuUiken^ (2), a daughter of John^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass., Sept-
18, 1737, by wife Sarah Grififin.

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND ELIZABETH STICKNEY.

1. Sarah Mulliken^ (2), eldest of Benjamin^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass., Feb.
II, 1 7 21; was m. Feb. 5, 1740, to Ephraim Kimball; 2d, Oct. 21, 1748, to
George Kimball.

2. Elizabeth Mulliken"* (1), second daughter of Benjamin^ (1), b. in Bradford,
Mass., July 21, 1724; was m. Oct. 22, 1747, to Ebenezer Jaquish.

3. Ebenezer MuUiken^ (4), eldest son of Benjamin^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
Dec. 15, 1725; d. Oct. 29, 1728.

4. Amos MuUiken^ (1), second son of Benjamin^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
Nov. 30, 1727; m. May 14, 1775, Mehit able. Gage of Bradford. He became
the head of a numerous family, and his descendants are many and widely
scattered. He was Deputy Sheriff of Boxford and made arrests in the famous
murder case of the Eames family in 1768. ' y<)^^

5. Mary Mulliken'' (3), third daughter of Benjamin^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
July 21, 1729; d. Aug. 4, 1729.

6. Benjamin Mulliken'' (2), third son of Benjamin' (1), b. Feb. i, 1731; m.
Aug. 7, 1763, Ruth Peabody of Boxford, Mass.

7. Rebecca Mulliken^ (2), fourth daughter of Benjamin"'' (1), b. in Bradford,
Mass., Sept. 2, 1733; was m. Nov. i, 1754, to James Haseltine.

8. Abigail MuUiken^ (1), fifth daughter of Benjamin^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
Sept. 16, 1735; was m. to Daniel Jaquish.

9- Mary Mulliken'* (4), sixth daughter of Benjamin^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
Mar. 27, 1737; was the wife of Samuel Kinney of Newburyport, Mass.
10. Joseph Mulliken" (2), fourth son of Benjamin^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
Oct. 29, 1739; was m. to Rebecca Tyler and settled in Newbury, now New-
buryport, Mass., where they remained until about 1790, when they removed to
Ringe, N.H., where they lived the remainder of their lives, and where they were
Ijuried. "He d. of .spotted fever Mar. 27, 181 2, aged 73 years, and his wife d.
of the same disease 20th of the same month. He was styled "Lieut. Joseph"
in the Ringe (N.H.), history. The children were b. in Newbur)^ort. See 4th
generation. .,

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MULLIKENS 01- BRADFORD, MASS. 201

Jfouvth C'kncraiioii.

CHILD OF SAMUEL A>rD SARAH KELLY.

I.Jonathan MuUiken'' (2), only known son of SamueP (1), was b. in 1741
whether in Bradford, or Newbury, I cannot say. He m. Susanna Pearson, a
descendant of Dea. John Pearson, an early settler of Rowley, Mass. Jonathan
was a clockmakcr, merchant, and shi|)()wncr. He d. in Newljuryport, in 1782,
and his widow was m. Mar. 28, 1783, to Samuel Mulliken (Jonathan's kinsman)
who had worked for her first husband, and was said to have come to Newbury-
port from Haverhill. By this union there was a daughter Sarah, of whom
nothing more is known. On Sept. 27, 1784, the three children of Jonathan
Mulliken, named Samuel, Michael, and Nathaniel, were placed under a guar-
dian. Mrs. MulHkcn was said to have d. of yellow fever in Haverhill, but
no record of death has been found. She had other issue.

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL AND LYDIA STONE.

1. Nathaniel Mulliken^ (2), eldest son of Nathaniel'' (1), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
May 30, 1752; d. unm.

2. Lydia Mulliken'* (1), eldest daughter of Nathaniel' (1), b. in Lexington,
Mass., July 11, 1753; was m. to Joseph Burrell and .settled in Haverhill,
Mass., where she d., and he m. 2d, her cousin, and had issue.

3. John Mulliken^ (3), second son of NathanieP (1), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Dec. 25, 1754; ni. June, 1781, Lydia Whiting, of Concord, and lived on the
homestead of his father, where he d. Mar. 9, 1840, leaving issue*. See 5th
generation.

4- Samuel Mulliken* (2), third son of NathanieP (1); b. in Lexington, Mass.,
July 4, 1756; d. in 1S07, unm.

5. Mary Mulliken^ (5), second daughter of Nathaniel^ (1), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Dec. 4, 1757; was m. to Elijah Sanderson of Salem, Mass., 1781, and
d. Oct., 1842, leaving issue, named as follows:

I. Sally Sanderson, b. Feb. 2, 1774; d. May 2, 1855.
n. Mary Sanderson, b. Mar. 12, 1782; d. Oct. 10, 187 1.
in. Lydia Sanderson, b. Sept. 6, 1788; d. May 6, 187 1.
IV. Eliza Sanderson, b. Nov. 27, 1791; d. Nov. 26, 1863.

V. John Sanderson, b. Jan. 21, 1797; d. Oct. 26, 1858.

6. Rebecca Mulliken* (3), third daughter of Nathaniel'' (1), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Dec. 10, 1762; was m. July 27, 1784, to Levi Harrington of that town,
and had children, named as follows:

I. Nathaniel Harrington, b. Jan. 3, 1786; d. Jan. 8, 1839.

n. Nancy Harrington, b. Jan. 3, 1788; d. May 22, 1871.
in. Fanny Harrington, b. Apr. i, 1792; d. Dec. 26, 1832.
IV. Rebecca FL-^rrington, b. Oct. 18, 1794; d. Apr. 14, 1882.

V. Dennis Harrington, b. Oct. 7, 1796; d. Aug. 11, 1840.

VI. Hiram Harrington, b. May 15, 1799.
vn. Sophia PLarrington, b. Aug. 25, 1801.

\Tn. BowEN Harrington, b. Aug. 6, 1803; d. June 13, 1869.

7. Joseph Mulliken* (3), fourth son of NathanieF (1), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Apr. 9, 1765; was m. Dec. 23, 1790, to Hepzibah Flint of Concord, Mass.,
and d. Feb. 4, 1802. The widow was m. to Mr. Chancv of Concord.



202 MULLIKENS OF BRADFORD, MASS.

CHILDREN OF EBENEZER AND ELIZABETH NIXON.

1. Hannah Mulliken* (2), eldest daughter of Ebenezer^ (2), b. in Bradford,
Mass., Nov. 17, 1777.

2. Isaac Mulliken* (1), eldest son of Ebenezer^ (2), b. in Bradford, May 28,
1780.

3. Benjamin Mulliken* (3), second son of Ebenezer'' (2), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
Jan. 13, 1783.

4. John Mulliken* (3), third son of Ebenezer' (2), b. in Bradford, Mass., Oct.

20, 1785.

CHILDREN OF AMOS AND MEHITABLE GAGE.

1. Mehitable Mulliken* (1), eldest daughter of Amos^ (1), b. in Bradford,
Mass., Aug. 24, 1756; d. Nov. 27, 1757.

2. Benjamin Mulliken^ (4), eldest son of Amos^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
Feb. 7, 1763; m. Mary Stewart, b. May 10, 1763, and d. Mar., 1840. He
was a soldier of the Revolution and drew a pension. His application for his
pension shows that he removed from Bradford to New York State in 1829, and
that when his application was made, Aug., 1833, he was Hving in Stillwater,
Saratoga Co., N. Y. He volunteered in 1774, with 30 or 40 men, under Capt.
Gage of the militia as a "Minute Man," in Bradford. In 1775, he volunteered
in a company of eight-months' men under Capt. Gage and Col. Stearns. Was
stationed at Cambridge and employed as a writer for his captain and colonel.
In 1776, with 30 men under Sergeant Hazelton of the mihtia, he went to Cape
Ann to guard a prize vessel and continued four weeks. In 1781, he enlisted
under a recruiting sergeant, Carlton of Newburj'port, Mass., in a regiment of
state troops for five months, but after six weeks hired Edward MuUiken (a
relative) as a substitute. He also enlisted (1781) in a regiment of Mass. State
troops under Captain French, and Col. Drury, at Newburyport, to serve three
months; marched to West Point and was three months on garrison duty. His
pension was $49.43 per annum. There is a letter on file at the Pension Ofiice,
signed "Friend of Government," of date 1837, protesting against this pension *
as fraudulently obtained, and representing the pensioner as a " hard rum drinker."
Benjamin MuUiken d. in 1848. There were nine children. See 5th generation. '

3. Nathaniel Mulliken* (3), second son of Amos^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
Feb. 27, 1766. No other information.

4. Joseph MuUiken* (3), third son of Amos'* (1), b. in Bradford, Mass., June
28, 1767; of whom nothing more.

5. Sarah MuUiken* (3), second daughter of Amos'"' (1), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
Feb. 23, 1770; was m. Aug., 1784, to Phineas Carlton.

6. Moses MuUiken* (1), fourth son of Amos^ (1), b. in Bradford, Mass., May
12, 1772; m. Annis Willoughby of Plymouth, N. H., and removed to Haver-
hill, N. H., where his children were born. He was at one time jail warden in
Newbury, Vt. He had issue four sons and nine daughters, of whom with 5th
generation.

7. Anna MuUiken* (1), third daughter of Amos'"* (1), b. in Bradford, Mass.,
Aug. 30, 1774.

* Evidently the progenitor of a breed of miserable copperheads and cowards who enter
protests against the claims of those who saved the Union during the Civil War.



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MULLIKENS OF B RADFORD, MASS. Ij03



S. Isaac Mulliken^ (2), fifth son of Amos"* (1), b. in Bradford, Mass., Dec.

15, 1778- •

Dr. Isaac Mulliken'' (2) (parents' names not known) was b. in liiadfonl,
Mass., May 18, 1752, (the 7th, O. S.); m. Hannah Barker, Oct. 31, 1779,
and had issue. He appHed for pension at Slowe, Ma.ss., in 1832, and the records
show that he commenced the study of medicine and surgery in the sj)rinp; of,
1774 with Dr. James Freeland of Sutton, Mass., remaining until his enlistment,
July, 1775. He entered the service as a private in the company of Capt. McFar-
iane, Col. John Ni.xon's regiment. In a few days the surgeon's mate absented
himself without leave, and Dr. Spofford, the regimental surgeon, called on
MuUiken to take his place. He was transferred Dec, 1775, to Col. Ebenezer
Leonard's regiment to become surgeon's mate under his old preceptor, Surgeon
James Freeland. He left the service in Apr., 1776, and two years later settled
in Townsend, Mass., in the practice of medicine; he resided there till 1828, when
ne gave up his profession and removed to Stowe, Mass. Was justice of the
peace 1806-1828, and fellow of the Massachusetts Medical Society. Wife not
living. Only children living at time of his death were as follows:

I. Nancy Mulliken, b. in 1781; was m. to Dr. Daniel Adams of Mt.

Vernon, N.H., and d. May 14, 1851, aged 70 years. (Did she have issue?)
II. Isaac W. Mulliken, b. in 1799. Pension records at Washington, D.C.,

make him 44 in 1843. (Was this the "Walter Mulliken "who was at.

one time connected with the Waltham Watch Factory?)

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND REBECCA TYLER.

1. Betsey Mulliken* (1), eldest daughter of Joseph" (2), b. in Newbury, Mass.,
Sept. 28, 1763; was m. Nov. 25, 1798, to Nathaniel Carlton of New Ipswich,
and had two children, Clark Carlton and Betsey Carlton who was a Mrs. Haines
of New York City.

2. Leonard Mulliken* (1), eldest son of Joseplr (2), b. in Bradford, Mass.,

Dec. 8, 1766; was m. to Eliza , and lived in Burlington, Vt., where he was

of sorne note as a musician. He d. in that town, and his widow survived him
many years. Nothing known of his family.

3. Rebecca Mulliken* (4), second daughter of Joseph^ (2), b. in Newbury,
Mass., Dec. 2, 1768; was m, Nov. 18, 1794, to William Hodgkins; d. in 1798.

4- Benjamin Mulliken* (4), second son of Joseph'' (2), b. in Newbury, Mass.,
June 2, 1773.

5. Joseph Mulliken* (4), third son of Joseph"* (2), b. in Newbury, IMass., May
27, 1775; graduated from Dartmouth College in 1802, and was principal of New
Ipswich Appleton Academy, from 1803-1807. He sub.sequently studied medi-
cine, receiving liis degree of M.D. in 1817, and d. Sept. 9, 1818, aged 44 years.

6. Samuel Mulliken* (3), fourth son of Joseph^ (2), b. in Newbury, Mass.,
May 23, 1777; was m. in 1802, to Mehitable H. RtrcG (5th in descent from
John Rugg, the emigrant, Lancaster, Mass., 1654), b. Mar. 14, 1785, in Win-
chcndon, Mass. They separated and this wife went to Grafton. Mass., about
1829, and made her home with her daughter the remainder of licr life, dwelling
in Grafton, Newton, Abington, Kingston, Boston, and other towns. She d.
in Boston, Mass., Dec. 4, 1873. Her child, of whom more presently, was named



204 MULLIKEXS OF BRADFORD, MASS.

Olivia Rebecca Mulliken. Samuel Mtilliken m. 2d, Mar. 25, 1803, Deborah
Spring, daughter of Ebenezer Spring of Tyringham, Mass., and Naomi Sedge-
wick of Berkshire Co., Mass., b. May 26, 1783. He afterwards resided in
Greenbush, N.Y., Charlotte, Vt., Ovid, Seneca Co., N.Y., Baileytown, N.Y.,
Victor, N.Y., and Farmersville, N.Y. He was a cabinetmaker by trade and a
line workman. He and his wife united with the Presbyterian Church in Farm-
ersville, N.Y., in 181 7, and he was chosen a deacon. Was a good husband and
affectionate father. He never used spirituous liquors nor tobacco. His chil-
dren were christened by sprinkling. He d. Sept. 19, 1863, aged 86 years. His
wife predeceased him Sept. 6, 1846. For account of children, see 5th generation.

Jfiftb (liberation.

CHIIiDREN OF JONATHAN AND SUSANNA PEARSON.

I. Samuel Mulliken'^ (4), eldest son of Jonathan* (2), and Susanna Pearson,
b. in Newburyport, Mass., 1769; m. Phebe Parsons May 31, 1798, she being
the granddaughter of Rev. Jonathan Parsons, founder of the Old South Church
in Newburyport, and the warm friend of Rev. George Whitefield, the celebrated
evangelist, who d. at his house. Mr. Mulliken had a shop in Hallowell, Me.,
a short time, but returned to Newburyport and remained there the rest of his
life. He was known for many years as cashier of the old Newburyport Bank
and of the Merchants' Bank. He served in these two institutions more than
40 years, having resigned his ofhce in 1851, at the age of 82; and was probably
the oldest bank official in regular, active service, in the country at that time.
Samuel MuUiken's recollections went back to the early history of the Revolu-
tion. The battles of Lexington, and Bunker Hill, the " Ipswich Alarm," the
encampment and embarkation at Newburyport, of Arnold's expedition, and all
the principal events and prominent actors of that period and of our whole Revo-
lutionary liistory, w^ere fresh in his memory. The Daltons, the Tracys, the
Jacksons, the Greenleafs, the Johnsons, Parsons, Bradburys, etc., of New-
buryport, were within his personal knowledge, and were, many of them, his
contemporaries and associates. When a pilgrim pursues a long journey without
stumbhng, he becomes from that very circumstance worthy of double respect.
We looked on his age as we do on the autumnal flowers, which continue to bloom
when the frost has withered all around them. Life is beset with temptations,
and the man that has been sober in youth, and cheerful in age, and honest in
all his connections, leaves us a beautiful example. Such was this venerable
and respected citizen. His integrity, his temperance, his uniformity, his won-
derful art of making life calmly pleasant, are worthy of careful imitation and
remembrance. It is not enough to speak of his integrity; there was a pecuUar
security which every one felt in every trust committed to his hand. For him to
depart from integrity was as httle to be expected as a deviation in one of the
great laws of nature. His principles were founded on religion and, therefore,
they were immovable. He had cultivated his mind; he had guarded his heart;
he had bowed to the authority of God. In the parlor, at the desk, in the walk,
he was the agreeable companion. He was a close observer of events and men,
and hence his conversation had all the charms of a colloquial history. No-
where did he shine more than at his own fireside, surrounded by the smiles of
his affectionate household. [Adapted from an obituary notice by the Rev. Leon-
ard Withington, D.D.] He had issue, eleven children. See 6th generation.



MULLIKE.XS UF liKADFORD, MAiiS. L'nr»



2. Michael MuUiken^ (1), second son of Jonathan' (2), h. in Newbury] )ort,
Mass., in 1771, and was 13 years of age Sept. 27, 1784, when he was placed under
a guanUan. lie d. Feb. 2^, i7()'^-

;v Nathaniel MuUiken^ (4), tiiinl son of Jonathan' (2), b. in Xcwburyporl
NEass., was S years of age when jjlaced inider a guardian Sept. 27, 1784; hence
was b. in 1776. He was not married. Was a clockmaker and lived in Hallo-
well, Wq.., for a number of years. He returned to Newburyport, and d. in the
old MuUiken mansion on High Street, Aug. 26, 1847.

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND LTDIA 'WHITING.

1. Nathaniel Mulliken' (5), eldest son of John* (3), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Mar. 17, 1781; was m. May 22, 1806, to Mary Chandler; 2d, May 6, i8ig,
to Lydia Sanderson. He d. June 28, 1865, aged 84 years. He had issue by
both wives. See 6th generation.

2. John M. Mulliken' (4), second son of John' (3), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Apr. 26, 178.;; was m. Nov. 3, 1813, to Susanna Reed, and d. Aug. 5, 1855.
He had a numerous family. See 6th generation.

3. Lucy Mulliken^ (1), eldest daughter of John^ (3), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
May 30, 1785; d. unm., July 6, 1805.

4. Lydia Mulliken' (2), second daughter of John"" (3), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Aug. 6, 1787; d. unm.

5. Isaac Mulliken'^ (3), third son of John* (3), b. in Lexington, Mass., June i,
1789; m. Dec. 7, 1815, Mary Nelson, b. in Lincoln, Mass., June 30, 1792,
daughter of Josiah and Millicent Nelson, and d. in Royalston, ^lass., Aug. 3,
1863; buried in Lexington, Mass., beside her husband, who d. Mar. 17, 1859.
He was a carpenter and builder. Held the ofhces of Selectman and Assessor,
and served three years in the General Court. Had issue, eight children. See
6th generation.

6. Samuel Mulliken'^ (5), fourth son of John* (3), b. in Lexington, Mass., .\i)r.
20, 1791; was m. in 1819 to Mary L. Payson, and d. Feb. 19, 1S43. There
were seven children. See 6th generation.

7. Faustina Mulliken"^ (1), third daughter of John* (3), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Apr. 20, 1793; d. Apr. 25, 1815, unm.

CHIIiDREN OF JOSEPH AND HEPZIBAH FLINT.

1. Harriet Mulliken' (1), eldest daughter of Joseph* (3), b. in Lexington, ]\[ass.,
Apr. 28, 1791; was m. June i, 1810, to John Haywood; d. Apr. 28, 1891.

2. Mary Mulliken'' (6), second daughter of Joseph* (3), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
ALar. 11, 1793; was m. to Asa Porter.

3. Sally Mulliken* (4), third daughter of Joseph* (3), b. in Lexington, ALass.,
Apr. 27, 1795; d. Jul}' 2, 1866, unm.

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND ANNIS WILLOUGHBY.

I. Moses Mulliken^ (2), eldest son of ^Nloses* (1), b. in Newbury, \"t.; m. Apr.
17, 1817, Mary Walker of Peacham, \'t., the ceremony being performed by
Rev. Leonard Worcester. His wife d. Apr. 26, 1853, at Haverhill, N.IL,and
he m. 2d, Lucretia Heath of Hebron, N. H.,and she d. in 1869, in Oxford,
N. H. He d. in Pittstield, N. H., July .16, 1874. Three children. Sec 6th
generation.



206 MULLIKENS OF BRADFORD, MASS.

2. John Franklin MulUken'' (5), second son of Moses* (1), b. in Newbury,
Vt.; m., and had issue of whom with 6th generation.

3- Drury Fairbanks IVIulliken^ (1), third son of Moses* (1), b. in Haverhill,
N. H., May i, 1814; m. in that town Apr. 12, 1849, Emeline Bailey Annis,
who was b. in Bath, N. H., Mar. 7, 1821, being a daughter of Nathaniel F. and
Mehitable (Hunt) Annis. He lived at Mclndoe's Falls; was a brickmason.
Both w^ere communicants of the Methodist Church. He d. in Monroe, N. H.,
Aug. 25, 1900. His wife d. at Mclndoe's Falls, \'t., Aug. 17, 1893. They
had five cliildren. See 6th generation.

4. Alfred Nevins Mulliken^ (1), youngest son of Moses* (1), b. in Haverhill,
N. H., Feb. 22, 1816; m. in 1842, to Elizabeth Jane Nason, b. in Kennebunk,
Me., July 26, 1823, and d. in East Candia, N. H., Dec. 18, 1884. At the age
of seventeen he went to Boston to learn the brickmason's trade, and lived in
Chelsea until 1869, when he removed to a farm in East Candia, N. H., where
he d. Jan. 29, 1903, aged 87 years, lacking a few days. He d. in his chair, being
ill but four days with grippe. There were four children. See 6th generation.

5. Charlotte Mulliken^ (2), daughter of Moses* (1), b. in Haverhill, N.H.;
was m. to Obadiah Green, b. in Enfield, Ct., x^ug. 4, 1796, and d. in Bath,
N. H., May 23, 1859. She d. in Bath, N. H., May i, 1842. They had six chil-
dren, named as follows:

I. Sarah Jane Green, b. in Haverhill, N. H.; d. young.
II. Caroline Webster Green, b. in Haverhill, N. H.; d. young.

III. Eunice Ann Green, b. in Haverhill, N. H., May 14, 1840; m. Dec.
31, 1854, Leonard Judkins Brown, and is now living in Concord, N. H.

IV. Alfred Nevins Green, b. in Bath, N, H.

v. Mehitable Maria Green, b. May 14, 1840, in Bath, N. H.; m. to

Henry Page Blake of Haverhill, and d. Jan. 10, 1901, in Hill, N. H.
VI. Charlotte Lucretia Green.

6. Betsey Mulliken"' (3), daughter of Moses* (1), b. in Haverhill, N. H. ; was
m. to HoSEA Bartlett, and d. in Hinsdale, N. H.

7. Nancy Mulliken'^ (2), daughter of Moses* (1), b. in Haverhill, N. H. ; was
m. to Nathan Bagley, and d. in Topsham, Vt.

8. Sally Mulliken'^ (7), daughter of Moses* (1), b. in Haverhill, N. H.; was m.
to Nathaniel Richardson, as his second wife, May 21, 1851, and d. Mar.
17, 1871, in Warner, N. H., without issue. Mr. Richardson d. Oct. 4, 1873, at
Bangor, Wis. He had six children by his first wife, Abigail Knight, to whom
he was m. Nov. 14, 1815, and who d. May 13, 1850.

9. Lucretia Mulliken^ (1), daughter of Moses* (1), b. in Haverhill, N. H.; was
m. to James McConnell, and d. in Goff's Falls, N. H. Two children living :
Charles A. of Providence, R. I., and Mrs. Sarah, wife of James M. Lurvey, of
Goff's Falls, N. H.

10. Azubah Mulliken'^ (1), daughter of Moses* (1), b. in Haverhill, N. H., was
not m. She d. in Newbury, Vt.

11. Relief Mulliken^ (1), daughter of Moses* (1), b. in Haverhill, N. H.; was
m. ist, to William Bruce; 2d, to Charles Blake. She d. in Haverhill, N. H.

12. Mehitable Mulliken^ (2), daughter of Moses* (1), b. in Haverhill, N. H.;
was not m.

13. Mehitable Mulliken'^ (3), daughter of Moses* (1), b. in Haverhill, N. H.;
was m. to Nelson Barrett, and d. in Hinsdale, N. H.



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CHILD OF SAMXTEL AND KTEHITABLE RUGO.

I. Olivia Rebecca Mulliken'^ (1), daughter of Samuel' (3), b. in Rindf^'e, N. H.,
July 20, 1803. When a young girl she went to live with an aunt, Mr.s..St()\ve,
of Grafton, Mass., and was m. there Aug. 26, 1821, to Joseph F'lagg, son of
Samuel and Lydia (Rockwood) Flagg, who was b. in Grafton, Mass., Dec. 2,
1786; a prosperous farmer; d. Dec. 5, 1841. She was m. 2d, Apr. 2, 1844, to
Timothy Hunt of Stoddard, N. H., b. Feb. 20, 1784, and d. in Newton Corner,
Mass., Aug. 10, i860. He had several children by a former wife, but none by
second. Airs. Olivia R. Hunt d. in Buffalo, N.Y., at her daughter's home,
June 7, 1886. Her children by Joseph Flagg were all b. in Grafton, Mass.,
and named as follows:

I. Benjamin Leighton Flagg, b. July 12, 1822; d. at Grafton, Oct. 17,

1822.
n. Maria Olivia Flagg, b. Feb. 21, 1824; m. 1842, Peter Hunt, farmer

in Grafton, who d. in i860. She is now living at the home of C. A.

Flagg, her nephew, in Washington, D. C. She had four children, all

deceased,
in. Susan Caroline Flagg, b. Oct. 23, 1826; m. in 1848, to J. Chester

FuRBUSH, shoe manufacturer, Buffalo, N. Y., and d. in Halifax, Mass.

IV. Samuel Benjamin Flagg, b. Aug. 6, 1828. B. A., Brown University,
1850. !M. D., Berkshire Medical School, 1854. Physician in Boston.
Latin student at Mcadville Theological School and entered Unitarian
ministry, his life work the last 40 years. He m., 1869, Anna B. All-
cott, and d. in Grafton, Mass., Nov. 16, 1900. She d. May 6, 1900.
Two sons living, the eldest, C A. Flagg, now of the Library of Congress,
has furnished data for this book.

V. Jane Amelia Flagg, b. Sept. 17, 1830; m. to Jacob F. Krauss, linguist
and musician. She is a music teacher. Residence, Halifax, Mass.

VI. Joseph Claradon Flagg, b. June 15, 1832; m. Frances W. Bigelow,
farmer, of Halifax, Mass. No issue.

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND DEBORAH SPRING.

I. Edwin E. Mulliken^ (1), son of SamueP (3), and Deborah, was b. at Green
bush, N.Y., Apr. 21, 1805; "^- Aug. 31, 1842, to Luceba Bond, b. in Middle-
burg, N.Y., May 9, 1816, and d. in the town of Rushford, N.Y., Oct. 11, 1892.
Mr. MuUiken lived in Charlotte, Vt., until about eleven years of age. His father
moved to New York and resided in several places before 1822, when they settled
in Farmersville, N.Y., where Samuel d. Sept. 20, 1863. Edwin E. moved to
Rushford in Feb., 1867. Three children, named as follows:

I. William Seward Mulliken", b. July 10, 1843, in Farmersville, N.Y.;
was m. Sept. 18, 1883, to Blanche Bixby, who was b. in Rushford,
N.Y., Aug. 12, 1855. They had three children, two of them twins,



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