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 31 of 109)
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named as follows:

(i) Erna J. Mullikni', b. July 2, 1884, in Rusliford, N.Y.

(2) Earle E. Miilliken'', b. July 3, 1884, in Rushford, N. Y.; d. there
Oct. 27, 1884.

(3) Ely E. MiiUiken\ b. Dec. 11, 1890, in Rushford, N.Y.

II. Frances Luceba Mulliken^, b. in Farmersville, N.Y., Oct. 28, 1844;
was m. Feb. 18, 1864, to William Henry Thomas, who was b. in Pavi-
lion, N.Y., July II, 1839, where they now reside.



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III. Edwin Lorenzo Mulliken^, b. in Farmersville, N.Y., Oct. 12, 1848;
d. Aug. I, 1853.

2. Juliette M. Mulliken'' (1), eldest daughter of Samuel^ (3), b. in Charlotte,
Vt., Apr. 3, 1S07; was m. June 4, 1827, to Wallace Older of Farmersville,
N.Y., and d. Oct. 12, 1867. Her children were: Myron O., Alonzo, Annette,
William, and Mordan, who was killed by the cars. The two first are living.

3. Marcia M. Mulliken^ (1), second daughter of Samuel* (3), b. in Charlotte,
Vt., Jan. 7, 1809; was m. Jan. 10, 1828, to David Carpenter of Farmersville,
N.Y., and d. Sept. 13, 1870. Her husband d. Dec. 7, 1891. Children: George,
Charles, Calista, Leonard, Adclhert, Mary E., Henry C, Fidelia and Angeline.

4. Leonard L. Mulliken^ (2), second son of Samuel* (3), b. in Charlotte, Vt.,
Dec. 21, 1810; d. when two years of age.

5. Eliza E. Mulliken^ (1), third daughter of Samuel* (3), b. in Charlotte, Vt.,
Nov. 26, 1812; was m. Nov. 23, 1835, to Winslow Bond of Farmersville,"N.Y.,
and d. Mar. 19, 1887. He d. in May, 1894. Children: Edwin E. and Mary.

6. Melvina R. Mulliken^ (1), fourth daughter of Samuel* (3), b. in Charlotte,
Vt., Mar. 15, 1815; was m. Jan. i, 1837, to Seth Spring of East Bloomfield,
N.Y., and d. Apr. 2, 1847. ^^ is also deceased. Children: George A. and
Emma.

7. Fidelia C. Mulliken" (1), fifth daughter of Samuel* (3), b. in Ovid, Seneca
Co., N. Y., May 15, 1817; was m. Mar. 30, 1856, to Albert Ketchum of Victor,
N. Y., and is living in Madison, la. He d. May 23, 1901. No children.

8. Lorenzo L. Mulliken^ (1), third son of Samuel* (3), b. in Bailey Town, N.Y.,
Mar. I, 1820; d. Aug. 18, 1847; unm.

9. Harriet A. Mulliken^ (2), sixth son of Samuel* (3), b. in Victor, N.Y., Feb.
13, 1822; was married Feb. 15, 1842, to Bain Bradley, Jr., of East Bloom-
field, N.Y., and d. Feb. 9, 1881. He d. Jan. 30, 1889. Children: Mortimer,
Monroe, and Frank.

10. Charlotte A. Mulliken^ (3), seventh daughter of Samuel* (3), b. Mar. 18,
1824; was m. Nov. 15, 1850, to Perry Perkins of Colesburg, la., and d. Nov.
29, 1895. He d. July 5, 1894. One son d. in infancy.

11. Angelina Mulliken^ (1), eighth daughter of Samuel* (3), b. in Farmersville,
N.Y., May 6, 1826; was m. Feb. 4, 1852, to Samuel Stafford of Victor, N.Y.,
and d. May 27, 1852. He d. Oct. 5, 1887. Farmer.

12. Mary M. Mulliken'' (7), ninth daughter of Samuel* (3), b. in Farmersville,
N.Y., June 21, 1828; was m. Mar. 3, 1856, to Silas U. Pinney of Madison,
Wis., who d. Apr. i, 1889. He was a lawyer who became a judge of the Supreme
Court of Wisconsin. She had a son, Clarence, deceased.

.^'u1b 6encrution.

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND PHEBE PARSONS.

1. Hannah Gyles Mulliken" (4), eldest daughter of SamueP (4), b. in Hallo-
well, Me., May 10, 1799; was m. at Newburyport, Mass., Apr. 29, 1826, to Capt.
MiCAjAH LuNT of same place, and d. childless, Oct. 8, 1829.

2. Susanna Mulliken** (1), second daughter of Samuel^ (4), b. at Newburyport,
Mass., Dec. 30, 1800; d. unm. June 4, 1855.



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3. Nathaniel MuUiken" (6), eldest son of Samuer'' (4), b. at Newburyport,
Mass., Dec. 12, 1S02; m. Adaline WiiiTE, b. May 5, 1S07; tl. July 16, 1878,
being the daughter of Oilman and Betsey (Brovvnj White of Newburyport,
and resided in New Bedford, Mass. Children's names with 7th generation.

4. Sarah Mulliken" (8), third daughter of Samuel'' (4), b. at Newburyport,
Mass., Oct. 31, 1804; was m. Oct. 5, 1831, to Capt. Giles Parsons Stone of
that city, where she d. Feb. 9, 1885.

5. Phebe Parsons MuUiken** (1), fourth daughter of SamueP (4), b. at New-
buryport, Mass., May 18, 1807; d. in that city unm., Nov. 26, 1828.

6. Caroline Mulliken" (1), fifth daughter of SamueP (4), b. at Newburyport,
Mass., Jan. 3, 1809; was m. June 9, 1846, to George Wise of Kennebunk,
Me., and d. childless in 1884.

7. Lucia Parsons Mulliken^ (1), sixth daughter of SamueP (4), b. at Newbury-
port, Mass., Mar. 10, 1811; d. in that city, unm., Apr. 9, 1886.

8. Jonathan Mulliken" (4), second son of SamueP (4), b. at Newburyport,
Mass., June 27, 1S13; d. same day.

9. Elizabeth Chandler MuUiken*' (2), seventh daughter of Samuel'' (4), b. at
Newburyport, Mass., July 8, 1814; d. there unm., July 6, 1900.

10. Capt. Moses Jonathan MuUiken® (3), third son of Samuel^ (4), b. at New-
buryport, Mass., Oct. 4, 1816; was m. Mar. 14, i860, to Sarah D. Gibbs, of
Sandwich, Mass., a descendant of Thomas Gibbs, and, on the maternal side,
of Edmund Freeman, both prominent in the settlement of Sandwich. Mr.
Mulliken d. at his home on High Street, Newbur}TDort, in the house where he
was b., Dec. 23, 1903. As soon as he left the city High School he embarked
on a vessel manned by Newbur}^ort officers, and showed such efficiency as a
seaman that his promotion was rapid. As a captain he made many voyages
to all parts of the world, holding the confidence of shipowners in his great skill
as a navigator, and in his sturdy integrity and honor in the transaction of all
business entrusted to him. He went around Cape Horn during the exciting
days of the gold fever in 1849. For a number of years he carried passengers
from the United States and Antwerp, and during the Civil War ran between
Calcutta and England, always flying the American flag. During his long career
as master mariner no serious accident ever happened to a vessel under his
command. Capt. Mulliken gave up his seafaring life in 1876, and has since
Uved in comparative retirement. He was for many years curator of the
Marine Society's building in Newburyport. and was daily at his post in the Marine
rooms with unimpaired health until venerable in years. He had long been a
member of the First Church in Newbury, where, from childhood, he had been
a constant attendant when at home. No man in the community commanded
more respect within the circle of his acquaintance than Captain Mulliken.
]Modest, almost to a fault, entirely unassuming, yet one of the bravest of men
and the most firm in his convictions. He was a kindly man, beloved wherever
known; a man of superior inteUigence, whose knowledge of men by the observa-
tion of many voyages, was supplemented by wide reading, so that his conversa-
tion was dehghtful. His death was that of a venerable citizen, a brave and skill-
ful seaman, an honorable man of the highest integrity in all his dealings, a man
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have filled almost any station of public honor with credit to himself. He ex-
hibited the beautiful characteristics of the Christian gentleman.
For children's names, see yth generation.

II. Samuel Gyles Parsons Mulliken^ (6), fourth son of SamueP (4), b. in New-
buryport, Mass., Dec. 29, 1819. He was a shipmaster, and was lost at sea in
the vicinity of the Indian Ocean, in the year 1864.

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL, AND MARY CHANDLER.

1. Lucy MuUiken^ (3), eldest daughter of NathanieP (5), b. in Lexington,
Mass., 1806; was m. in 1838, to Foster Deland; d. Mar. 13, 1870.

2. John W. Mulliken^ (6), eldest son of Nathaniel (5), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Sept. 12, 1809; was m. Dec. 16, 183 1, to Sarah J. Hunt; 2d, Jan. i, 1850, to
Harriet B. Harwood. He was a carpenter by trade. He d. Sept. 19, 1854.
See 7th generation.

3. Mary Mulliken® (8), second daughter of Nathaniel (5), b. in Lexington,
Mass., May 17, 1811; was m. in 1831, to Luther Farnsworth, and Hved in
her native town. Children named as follows:

I. Mary C. Farnsworth, b. Oct. 15, 1832.
n. Rebecca S. Farnsworth, b. Oct. 30, 1833; d. May 20, 1870.
HI. Emily M. Farnsworth, b. Aug. 9, 1835; d. May 11, 1863.

4- Nathaniel Mulliken® (7), second son of NathanieP (5), b. in Lexington,
Mass., May 2, 1813; was m. ist, Nov. 16, 1836, to Sarah Holt; 2d, Oct. 22,.
1845, to Frances Hisfield, and d. Nov., 1861. Issue by both wives. See
7th generation.

5. Nathan Chandler Mulliken'' (1), third son of NathanieP (5), b. in Lexing-
ton, Mass., Feb. 19, 1815; m. Sept. 10, 1839, to Faustina A. Roberts, who d.
Apr. 16, 1854. He m., 2d, Sept. 12, 1855, Margaret Smith, who d. Apr. 29,
1889. He was a carpenter and lived in Charlestown, Mass. He d. June 21,
1894. Two children. See 7th generation.

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL AND LYDIA SANDERSON.

6. Eliza S. Mulliken^ (2), third daughter of Nathaniel (6), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Jan. 31, 1820; was m. to Edwin Pierce in 1845, ^^'^ d. Mar. 6, 1888.
Two children, named as follows:

I. Eliza J. Pierce, b. June 29, 1846.
n. Edwin W. Pierce, b. Dec. 16, 1849; ™^- Mary J. Southworth.

7. Ephraim S. Mulliken® (1), fourth son of Nathaniel (6), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Mar. 24, 1822; was m. in 1849, to Mary A. Horton; d. Apr. 7, 1874,
leaving children. See 7th generation.

8. Emery Abbott Mulliken" (1), fifth son of Nathaniel (6), b. in Lexington,
Mass., May 21, 1823; m. Oct. 17, 1850, Avis M. Wellington, and resided
in his native town. He was much interested in the genealogy of his family and
collected considerable data for what he termed "A Family Tree." He for-
warded what records he had assembled to the compiler of this volume in 1895,
and it is beheved that he had since supplemented this by much data. Mr.
MulUken was a man of untiring energy, and an honorable and peaceable citizen.
He d. in Lexington, and his family are at 1622 Beacon Street, Brookhne, Mass.
There were four children. See forward.



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9. Elijah S. Mulliken" (1), sixth son of Nathaniel (6), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
June 30, 1824; m. Sept. 4, 1850, to Helen L. Munyan, and had three chil-
dren. See 7 th generatiijn.

10. Joseph W. Mulliken" (5), seventh son of Nalhunicr' (6), b. in Lexington,
Mass., June 14, 1825; d. Feb. 5, 1829.

11. Lydia W. Mulliken" (2), fourth daughter of Nathaniel"' (6), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Aug. 3, 1827; was m. May 30, 1849, to George F. A. Horton. Five
children:

T. Frederick H. Horton, b. June 12, 1850; d. Oct. 23, 1861.

11. Herbert W. Horton, b. Jan. 11, 1863; d. July 24, 1864.

III. William H. Horton, b. June 14, 1867.

IV. Caroline A. Horton, b. Aug. 7, 1864.
V. Antoinette R. Horton, b. Oct. 2, 1866.

12. Augusta W. Mulliken'' (1), fifth daughter of NathanieP (6), b. in Lexing-
ton, Mass., Aug. 18, 1829; d. Nov. 7, 1884, unm.

CHILDREN OF JOHN M. AND SUSANNA REED.

1. Susan Mulliken" (6), eldest daughter of John^ (4), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Sept. 19, 1814; was m. ]May 7, 1835, to Joseph F. Simonds.

2. Charles Mulliken" (2), eldest son of John^ (4), b. in Lexington, Mass., Oct.

3. 1816; d. Dec. 8, 1821.

3. Lydia Mulliken" (3), second daughter of John^ (4), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Jan. 3, 1819; was m. to Levi Bacon.

4. George Mulliken" (1), second son of John^ (4), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Mar. 15, 1821; m. ist, to Charlotte Munroe; 2d, to Jane Bisbee; 3d, to
Eliza Bisbee. There were ten children by the three wives. See 7th genera-
tion.

5. Elizabeth Mulliken" (3), third daughter of John' (4), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Nov. 5, 1823; d. Aug. 18, 1825.

6. John Mulliken" (7), third son of John^ (4), b. in Lexington, Mass., Apr.
26, 1826; m. to Jull\ Davis; d. Nov., 1876.

CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND MARY NELSON.

1. Faustina Mulliken" (2), eldest daughter of Isaac^ (3), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Apr. 17, 1817; was m. Aug. 17, 1854, to William W. Clement. She d. early.

2. Elizabeth Mulliken" (4), second daughter of Isaac^ (3), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Mar. 16, 1819; d. Nov. 6, 1820.

3. Henry Mulliken" (2), eldest son of Isaac^ (3), b. in Lexington, Mass., Aug.
16, 1821; m. Adaline M. Lock, and hved in said town. Carpenter by trade.
\\'ife d. June 7, 1901. Children, named as follows:

I. William Henry Mulliken^, b. June 30, 1854; d. Nov. 19, 1889.
II. Everett M. Mulliken^ b. Mar. 26, 1857. Clerk in Boston. Lives
in Lexington, Mass.

4- Edward Mulliken" (1), second son of Isaac^ (3), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Nov. 25, 1823; m. to Harriet Smith, daughter of Asa and Harriet (Brooks)
Smith, of Stowe, Mass., b. July 17, 1831, and is now hving in Wakefield, Mass.
Mr. MulHken was a wheelwright by trade. Lived in what is now North Cam-
bridge, Mass., but d. in Chicago. His children were named as follows:



212 MULLIKENS OF BRADFORD, MASS.

I. Edward Austin Mulliken^, b. Dec. 19, 1855; m. Jan., 1891,10 Anne
L. Fennessy of Newton, Mass., and is now a resident of Brookline,
Mass. Children: Edward H., b. June, 1896; Marion L., b. Aug.-, 1897;
Robert B.
II. Hattie Eller Mulliken^, b. Sept. 24, 1859; d. Jan. 24, i860.
III. Nelson C. Mulliken^, b. Oct. 9, 1861.

5. Mary Caroline Mulliken*' (9), third daughter of Isaac'^ (3), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Jan. 8, 1826; was m. Feb. 2, 1848, to William W. Clement, son of Wil-
liam of Royalston, Mass., and resided in Brookline, Mass. Had two children.
She d. and he m. her sister, Faustina, and resided in Royalston, where he held
many important positions; was representative to the State Legislature. Issue:

I. William Clement, d. in Brookhne, Mass.

II. George Clement, d. in Royalston, Mass.

6. Sarah Elizabeth Miilliken'' (4), fourth daughter of Isaac" (3), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Jan. 16, 1828; was m. May 28, 1848, to Mollis Gerry, b. in Rindge,
N. H., May 21, 1843 ; was a merchant in Lexington, Mass. Removed to Nashua,
la., in i86g, and d. Oct. 25, 1889. Business, carriage painting. Her children,
named as follows :

I. Sarah Elizabeth Gerry, b. Mar. 28, 1849; d. Aug. 13, 1850, in Lex-
ington, Mass.

II. Helen Estelle Gerry, b. in Saugus, Mass., Sept. 7, 1851; m. June
18, 1874, James Yates Nichols in Chicago, and d. there Dec. 18, 1879.

III. William Edward Gerry, b. in Stowe, Mass., Oct. 3, 1854; m. May
22, 1879, Amanda Conklin of Nashua, la., and lives in Fraer, la.

IV. Martha Caroline Gerry, b. in Stowe, Mass., Oct. 17, 1856; m. Apr.
14, 1882, Albert Holden, farmer, Nashua, la. Resides in Royalston,
Mass.

V. Mary Elizabeth Gerry, b. in Stowe, Mass., July 18, 1859; m. Mar.
16, 1881, Frank William Harrison, of Nashua, la., and d. there Oct.
25, 1889. He is a farmer.

7. Joseph Mulliken" (6), third son of Isaac^ (3), b. in Lexington, Mass., May
24, 183 1 ; d. Apr. 28, i860. A house painter and decorator.

8. Helen Sophia Mulliken^ (1), fifth daughter of Isaac^ (3). b. in Lexington
Mass., May 16, 1833; was m. July 5, 1856, to Elbridge G. Locke, a real estate
agent who d. in Arlington, Mass. She d. in Lexington, Mass., Apr. 16, 1899.
One son, Elbridge G.

CHILBREN OF SAMUEL AND MARY PAYSON.

1. Philip Payson Mulliken" (1), eldest son of SamueP (5).

2. Philip Payson Mulliken*' (2), second son of SamueP (5).

3. Mary E. MuUiken*' (10), eldest daughter of SamueP (5); was m. to



Clark, and resides at 385 Marlboro Street, Boston. She dechnes to reply to
my letters of inquir\-.

4. Sarah Payson Mulliken** (9), second daughter of SamueP (5); d. in Brook-
line, Mass., Oct. 4, 1898, unm.

5. Dr. Samuel MuUiken" (7), third son of SamueP (5), b. in Lexington, Mass.;
m. and Hved in Dorchester, Mass., where he was engaged in the practice of medi-
cine. He d., leaving issue a son, Harold, and a daughter.



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6. Julia F. Mulliken® (1), third daughter of Samuel^ (5), b. in Lexington, Mass.
. John L. Mulliken" (8), fourth son of Samuel^ (5),* h. in Lexington, Mass.,
Feb. 3, 1S42; m. Apr. 16, 1873, to Emily G. Morris.

CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND POLLY PATRICK.

1. Jane Mulliken'' (1), daughter of Isaac^ (4), b. in Alechanicsville, N. Y.,
; was m. to Henry Vanderworker.

2. Susan Mulliken*' (2). daughter of Isaac^ (4), b. in Mechanicsville, N. Y.,
Jan. t, 1825; was m. Aug. 24, 1842, to Benjamin F. Lane, b. at Plattsburg,
N. Y., Apr. 5, 1816, and d. at Mechanicsville, in 1874. He was a carpenter by
trade. She d. June 12, i860. Their four children were named as follows:

1. LoTON H. Lane, b. Aug. 27, 1843; d. June 30, 1851.
11. James B. Lane, b. June 15, 1845; "^- Emma E. Moulton in 1874. He
enlisted in 1863, in the 21st New York Cavalry, and served to end of
war. He is now at Elgin, 111., serving as trustee of the Asylum for the
Insane. Four children.

III. Mary M. Lane, b. Sept. 6, 1848; d. Sept. 3, 1850.

IV. Florence A. Lane, b. Oct. 2, 1851; m. Uriah Aldrich in Elgin, 111.,
1876, and d. Dec. 8, 1888.

3. Mary Mulliken^ (11), third daughter of Isaac^ (4), was the wife of Oliver
Arnold, and left two sons, Charles and George, and a daughter Catherine, m.
Mr. Day, now a widow.

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND ALICE PATRICK.

1. Adaline MuUiken** (1), eldest daughter of Benjamin^ (5), b. June 6, 1815;
was m. Feb. 3, 1840, to William Scott, and had two daughters, named as fol-
lows:

I. Susan Scott, m. George Hotchkiss. Both deceased.

II. Adaline Scott, m. Abram Weatherway. Address (1902) 20 Oak
Street, Groversville, N. Y.

2. John MuUiken® (9), eldest son of Benjamin^ (5), b. May 15, 1817; m. Mary
Vanderkar. Both have deceased.

3. George Mulliken^ (2), second son of Benjamin''^ (5), b. June 8, 1818; m.
Sept. 14, 1847, to Mary Pierce, daughter of Isaac and Hannah (Howard)
Pierce, of Salem, Washington Co., N. Y., b. Sept. 16, 1822. He d. Aug. 16,
1858. Was a hardware merchant in Troy, N. Y. Four children, named as
follows :

I. Alice Hann.\h Mulliken^, b. June 29, 18,48; d. May 10, 1896.

II. Phebe Maria Mulliken^, b. Oct. 5, 1851; is Hving with her mother.
No. 5 Harrison Place, Troy, N. Y.

III. John Rogers Mulliken^, b. May 10, 1855; at home with his mother
and sister in Troy, N. Y.

IV. Mary Amanda Mulliken', b. June 2, 1857; d. July, 1858.

4. Sally Mulliken® (9), second daughter of Benjamin^ (5), b. Dec. 21, 1820;
was m. to Oscar W^iitehead, and had three children: Cornelia (Baker), Ada
(Fhnt), and George.

* Many letters of inquin- have been forwarded to members of Samuel Mulliken's family,
with postap;e enclosed, and they have persistently declined to reply; therefore the family
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5. Leonard Mulliken^ (2), fourth son of Benjamin^ (5), b. Mar. 17, 1822; m.
Jan. 29, 1847, to Susan Vanderworker, b. Oct. 22, 1822, who is still living
with her children on Fifth Avenue, Troy, N. Y. Mr. MuUiken d. May 17, 1887.
He was engaged in the coal and wood business in early life; later, proprietor
of hotel. Two children: Benjamin and Frances.

6. Nicholas Mulliken'* (1), fifth son of Benjamin^ (5), b. Oct. 30, 1825; d. unm.

CHUiDREN OF THOMAS B. AND ZINA STACY.

1. Clarissa Mulliken® (1), eldest daughter of Thomas^ (1), b. in Colebrook,
N. H., Mar. 12, 1835; d. there Dec. 2, 1858, unm.

2. Ellen Louisa Mulliken® (2), second daughter of Thomas* (1), 1). in Cole-
brook, N. H., in 1836; d. in Ballston, N. Y., July 9, 1855, unm.

3. William Henry Mulliken** (2), eldest son of Thomas' (1), b. in Colebrook,
N. H., June 24, 1838; m. May 19, 1861, toSnuAnS. Bean, daughter of Rev. Ben-
aiah and Sally (Jesseman) Bean, and widow of Albert Whittemore, a resident of
Colebrook, b. in Whitefield, N. H. Mr. Mulliken was a farmer in his native
town, and d. there May 18, 1893. No issue.

4. Martin Stacy Mulliken® (1), second son of Thomas* (1), b. in Colebrook,
N.H., Jan. 31, 1842; d. there Mar. 14, 1850.

5. Charles Lyman Mulliken® (2), third son of Thomas* (1), b. in Colebrook,
N. H., July 30, 1846; m. Aug. 4, 1872, to Ellen Frances Annis, b. Jan. 17,
1854, in Columbia, N. H. He resides in his native town. Two children, named
as follows:

I. Linn H. Mulliken', b. Apr. 30, 1873, i^ Columbia, N. H,
II. Lee W. Mulliken', b. Feb. 19, 1883, in Colebrook, N. H.

6. George Edmund Mulliken® (3), fourth son of Thomas* (1), b. in Colebrook,
N. H., Dec: 6, 1847; m. Oct. 6, 1875, to Eva Brooks, daughter of Albert H.
and Caroline Isabell (Barnes) Brooks. He resided in Colebrook 38 years, and
in Stewartstown, N. H., 22 years. Farmer. He became almost totally blind
from an explosion of Ume, Apr. 9, 1880, but still works on his land. He has
one son.

I. Guy Wilber Mulliken', b. Apr. 26, 1880. He has acquired a good
education and since he was 18, has been clerk in a clothing and dry goods
store. He belongs to the Knights of Pythias and is member of the North
Star Grange at Stewartstown. He is an honest young man, free from all
bad habits, and very dutiful to his parents.

CHILDREN OF ASA W. AND AMANDA DTTNN.

1. Helen Louisa Mulliken® (2), eldest daughter of Asa* (1), b. at Mechanics-
ville, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1839; was m. Nov. 6, 1873, at Columbus, Kan., to Joseph
B. Thurman.

2. Charles Henry Mulliken® (3), eldest son of Asa* (1), b. at Mechanicsville,
N. Y,, Apr. 12, 1840; was killed on the battlefield at Olustee, Fla., Feb. 20, 1864.

3. Sylvia Ann Mulliken® (1), second daughter of Asa"* (1), b. at Mechanics-
ville, N. Y., Apr. 9, 1841; d. Nov. i, 1881, at Columbus, Kan., unm.

4. Leander Lawrence Mulliken® (1), second son of Asa* (1), b. at Mechanics-
ville, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1844; m. at Waterford, N. Y., Sept. 26, 1868, Carrie Louisa
Colvin, daughter of Lyman and Louisa (Brown) Colvin, b. at Fredonia, N. Y.,




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Apr. 20, 1840. Mr. Mulliken removed from New York State to Kansas, July
8, 1870, and has since resided at Columbus. He is a farmer. Three children,
named as follows:

I. Nina May Mulliken/ b. Apr. 22, 1870, at Mechanicsville, N. Y., and

d. at Columbus, Kan., Aug. 18, 1872.
II. Charles Lyman Mulliken^ b. Apr. 30, 1874, at Columbus, Kan.,
and was m. Dec. 30, 1896, to Ola D. Raymer. One child, Cecil Al-
bert, b. Mar. 14, 1898.
III. Albert Webster Mulliken^, b. Dec. 17, 1877, at Columbus, Kan.;
was m. Dec. 25, 1901, to Leila Reed of Bancroft, Kan.

5. Mary Elizabeth Mulliken" (12), third daughter of Asa' (1), b. at East Line,
Saratoga Co., N. Y., Mar. 19, 1849; was m. Feb. 15, 1868, to Charles H. Mills,
of Mechanicsville, N. Y., and had one child. She was m. 2d, Sept. 18, 1877,
to Benjamin A. ^Iulliken. ?Ier daughter, Marion H. Mills, b. July 6, 1869.
Mary Elizabeth d. at High Bridge, New York City, July 23, 1893.

CHUiDREN OF MOSES AND MARY "WALKER.

1. Leonard Worcester Mulliken" (3), eldest son of Moses' (2), b. in Peacham,
Vt., Oct. 3, 1818; d. Jan. 11, 1856, at Oxford, N. H., unm.

2. Clarinda Mulliken" (1), eldest daughter of Moses*^ (2), b. in Haverhill, N. H.,
Sept. 17, 1820; was m. Aug. 24, 1842, in Manchester, N. H., to Elias Howard
McIntire. She d. Mar. 31, 1892, at Concord, N. H. Two children, as follows:

I. Charles A. McIntire, b. Aug. 18, 1845, at Manchester, N. H., now

living in Concord, N. H.
II.' Nancy E. McIntire, b. Apr. 26, 1856, at Concord, N. H., where she d.
Aug. 4, 1859.

3. Mary Ann Mulliken" (13), second daughter of Moses' (2), b. in Haverhill,
N. H., Sept. 9, 1827; d. in childhood.

CHILDREN OF JOHN F. AND "WIFE.

1. John Franklin Mulliken' (10), son of John' (5), m. Charlotte Penniman
in Plymouth, N. H., Apr. 27, 1847. She was b. in Plymouth, July 31, 1816 and
d. June 24, 1903; was the daughter of Nathan Penniman and Bridget Blodgett,
natives of Uxbridge, Mass., and Plymouth, N. H., respectively. Mr. Mulliken
was a brickmason. He d. in No. Haverhill, N.PL, where he had long resided,
Dec. 21. 1852. lioth members of the Methodist Church. Two children. See
7th generation.

2. Walter Mulliken" (1), second son of John' (5), of whom no more information.

3. Nathaniel Peabody Rogers Mulliken" (8), third son of John' (5), b. Jan. 4,
1830; m. Mar. 9, 1858, Mary M. Merrill, and always resided in Benton,
N. H., until just before his death. He removed to North Haverhill, N. H., Mar.
8, 1886, and d. there Apr. 5, 1886. His widow d. June 5, 1888. Both buried
in Horse Meadow Cemetery. There were four children. See 7th generation.

4- George Mulliken" (4), fourth son of John'' (5), of whom no other information.

CHILDREN OF ALFRED N. AND ELIZABETH J. NASON.

I. Lieut. Alfred Augustus Mulliken" (2), eldest son of Alfred' (1), b. in Boston,
Mass., Mar. 8, 1844; was m. Jan. 23, 1875, to Josephine Cecilia Boullt,
daughter of David and Florestine (Cortez) Boullt. b. in Natchitoches, La., Apr.
3, 1849, she being of a family of fifteen children. He was a corporal in the



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