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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Lieut. loth U. S. Colored Artillery to Apr. 9, 1866. He resigned his commission
and was honorably discharged at New Orleans, La. He lived for some time in
Louisiana after leaving the army, being employed by the government in various
capacities, and was married there. For the last 25 years he has lived on a farm
in East Candia, N. H. Three children. See 7th generation.

2. Frank Pitts Mulliken** (1), second son of Alfred^ (1), b. in Boston, Mass.
June 29, 1846; m. and resides in East Candia, N. H. His wife d. Dec. 21, 1885.
No children.

3. Mary Frances Mulliken" (14), eldest daughter of Alfred^ (1), b. in Law-
rence, Mass., May 10, 1848; was m. to Henry Kimball and resides in Chelsea,
Mass. Two children, named as follows:

I. Charles H. Kimball, b. Dec, 1872; d. Aug., 1878.

II. Blanche N. Kimball, b. Feb. 13, 1875; "^- Nov. 15, 1890, to Charles
W. Gould.

4. Abbie Emma Mulliken® (1), second daughter of Alfred^ (1), b. in Chelsea,
Mass., July 20, 1858; was m. to George A. Kimball, brother of Henry, and
resides in her native town. Three children, named as follows:

I. George Henry Kimball, b. June 13, 1880, in Everett, Mass.

II. Grace Elizabeth Kimball, b. Sept. 15, 1885, in Chelsea, Mass.

III. Ruth Kimball, b. Nov. 23, 1894, in Chelsea, Mass.

CHILDREN OF DRURY AND EMELINE B. ANNIS.

1. Josephine Sophia Mulliken'' (1), eldest daughter of Drury^ (1), b. at Mclndoes
Falls, Vt., Dec. 29, 1853; was m. at same place Dec. 16, 1886, to James Theo-
dore Stev^^art, son of Angus and Nancy (Wallace) Stewart, b. in Oldtown,
Me., Apr. i, 1853. Residence (1903), Aspen, Col. One adopted daughter,
Edith May, b. Aug. 15, 1889, at Aspen, Col.

2. Annette Gertrude MuUiken" (1), second daughter of Drury^ (1), b. at Mc-
lndoes Falls, Vt., Nov. 14, 1855; d. Aug. 4, 1883, unm.

3. Elizabeth B. W. Mulliken' (4), third daughter of Drury^ (1), b. at Mclndoes
Falls, Vt., Apr. 23, 1858; d. Mar. 11, 1861.

4. Louisa Augusta Mulliken^ (1), fourth daughter of Drury^ (1), b. at Mclndoes
Falls, Vt., June 15, 1861; d. Jan. i, 1877.

5. Jennie Bell Mulliken' (1), fifth daughter of Drury^ (1), b. at Mclndoes
Falls, Vt., Mar. 6, 1864; was m. Aug. 27, 1889, in Denver, Col., to Louis Den-
ison Sweet, b. May 4, 1863, in Illinois. They reside in Denver, Col. One
child, Stuart Louis, b. at Aspen, Col., May 28, 1891.

<$cbentb feneration.

CHILDREN OF. NATHANIEL AND ADALINE WHITE.

i.'Phebe Elizabeth Mulliken' (2), eldest daughter of Nathaniel' (6), b. July
25, 1830; was m. 1851 to William Cartwright Macey of Nantucket, Mass.
Residence, New Bedford, Mass. Children named as follows:

I. William Ferdinand Macey*, b. Aug. 9, 1852; m. Frances Sw^ft, and
had issue. He m. Annie Weld Edson for second wife. He d. Dec.
25, 1901.



MULLIKENS OF BRADFORD, MASS. 'iYl

n. Elizabeth Mitchell Macey*, b. Sept. 5, 1854; m. Nathaotel Henry
Allen of Marion, Mass., May, 1876; two children. Resides in New
Bedford, Mass.

2. Mary Adaline Mulliken" (15), second daughter of Nathaniel" (6), b. May

3, 1S32; was m. Aug. 31, 1862, to Gilbert Allen of New Bedford, Mass., who
d. Apr. 27, 1899. She resides in New Bedford, Mass. Children, named as
follows :

I. Eliza Wilber .\llen*, b. July 21, 1863.
n. Mabel Hathaway Allen^ b. Feb. 4, 1866.
in. Annie Perry Allen^, b. June 4, 1873.

3. Michael Mulliken^ (2), son of Nathaniel" (6), b. Feb. 18, 1834; was adopted
by his uncle, Thomas Brown White, and took the name of Thomas Edward
Mulliken Willie. He m. Sept. 7, 1876, Gabriella Fredericka Eddy, and
resides in North Conway, N. H. Children:

I. Frederick Edward White, b. July 28, 1878; d. same day.
II. Clara Dabney White, b. Aug. 2, 1879.

CHILDREN OF CAPT. MOSES AND SARAH D. GIBBS.

1. Prof. Samuel Parsons Mulliken^ (7), eldest son of Moses" (3), b. Dec. 19,
1864, in Newburyport, Mass.; m. June 27, 1893, Katherine W. Mulliken
(of the Lexington branch of this family), at WoUaston, Mass., but resides at
Newburyport. He is a chemist connected with some institution in Boston, and
author of books on chemistry. Three children, named as follows:

I. Robert Sanderson Mulliken**, b. at Newburyport, Mass., June 7,

1896.
n. Katherine Freeman Mulliken^ b. at Newburyport, Mass., Sept. 17,

1898.
in. S.\MUEL Giles Parsons Mulliken*, b. at Newburyport, Mass., May
9. 1903.

2. Lucia Freeman Mulliken^ (1), eldest daughter of Moses* (3), b. Aug. 23,
1867, in Newburyport, Mass., and d. July 12, 1889, unm.

3. Charles Moses Mulliken^ (4), second son of Moses" (3), b. in Newburyport,
Mass., June 14, 1871, and d. Jan. 15, 1877.

4- Sarah Elizabeth Mulliken^ (9), second daughter of Moses" (3), b. in New-
buryport, Mass., June 18, 1874, and has remained at home with her father,
unm. She is a professional stenographer and typewriter. Has furnished con-
siderable data for this book.

CHTLDREN OF JOHN AND JANE HUNT.

1. Harriet A. Mulliken^ (3), eldest daughter of John", b. in Le.xington, Mass.,
Dec. 8, 1833; was m. to Warren P. Tyler.

2. Sarah J. Mulliken^, second daughter of John", b. in Lexington, Mass., Mar.
18, ICS36; was m. to Naham Hardwood.

3- William Mulliken^, eldest son of John", b. in Lexington, Mass., May 7,
1839; d. June 6, 1866, unm.

4- Horatio Augustus Mulliken^ second son of John", b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Oct. 27, 1842; m. Hannah Sarah Russell and had children, named as follows:

I. Ruth Ethel Mulliken*, b. Sept. 24. 1875.
n. Clara A. Mulliken*. b. Mar. 5, 1877.



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in. Helen Augusta Mulliken*, b. Feb. 4, 1881.
IV. Warren Harwood Mulliken*, b. Sept. 3, 1802.
V. Hannah Nekatie Mulliken*, b. Jan. 18, 1888.

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL AND SARAH HOLT.

1. Joseph W. MuUiken^ (7), eldest son of Nathaniel*' (7), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
July 31, 1837; d. Sept. i, 1837.

2. Charles Franklin Mulliken^ (4), second son of Nathaniel® (7), b. in Lexing-
ton, Mass., June 26, 183S; d. July 2, 1861.

3. Sarah Therese Mulliken^ (9), eldest daughter of Nathaniel (7), b. in Lex-
ington, Mass., Nov. 22, 1839.

4- Caroline Elizabeth Mulliken^, second daughter of Nathaniel (7), b. in Lex-
ington, Mass., May 10, 1843.

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL AND FRANCES HISFIELD.

1. Walter Kittridge Mulliken^ (2), eldest son of Nathaniel" (7), b. in Lexing-
ton, Mass., July 26, 1846; m. Sophia H. Knaphead, and had issue, named as
follows :

I. Myrtle Rowena Mulliken^, b. May 12, 1880.
II. Williamina Frances Mulliken^, b. July 6, 1882.

III. Marion Geraldine Mulliken^ b. Jan. 9, 1885.

IV. 5 \ Walter Frederick Mullik n^, b. Feb. 11, 1893.
v.^ \ Charles Emery Mulliken^ b. Feb. 11, 1893.

2. Anna Isabel Mulliken'' (2), third daughter of Nathaniel® (7), b. in Lexing-
ton, Mass., May 30, 1848; was m. to Leroy W. Kingsbury.

3. Nathaniel Dane Mulliken^ (8), fourth son of Nathaniel" (7), b. in Lexing-
ton, Mass., Feb. 17, 1852; d. Feb. 17, 1852.

4- Lucy Ellen Mulliken^ (4). fourth daughter of Nathaniel® (7), b. in Lexing-
ton, Mass., Apr. 6, 1853; was m. to John Rogers.

5. Dexter Warren MuUiken^ (1), fifth son of Nathaniel® (7), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Apr. i, 1850; d. S'pt. 2, 1852.

CHILDREN OF NATHAN AND FAUSTINA ROBERTS.

1. Ellen M. Mulliken^ (3), eldest daughter of Nathan® (1), b. in Charlestown,
Mass., June 25, 1840, unm,

2. Susan R. Mulliken^ (3), second daughter of Nathan® (1), b. in Charlestown,
Mass., Sept. 4, 1842; was m. to Henry Bond, and d. June 18, 1867.

CHILDREN OF EPHRAIM AND MARY HORTON.

1. Elizabeth H. Mulliken^ (4), oldest daughter of Ephraim® (1), b. in Lexing-
ton, Mass., Feb. 19, 1850; living, unm., on Highland Ave., West Somerville,
^tass.

2. Joseph W. Mulliken^ (7), eldest son of Ephraim® (1), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Nov. 3, 1853; d. Sept. 17, 1873.

3. Mary E. Mulliken^ (16), second son of Ephraim® (1), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Mar. 28, 185s; d. Oct. 2, 1880.

4. Hattie D. Mulliken^ (3), third daughter of Ephraim® (1), b. in Lexington
Mass., July 29, 1857; d. Mar. 11, 1883.



Mi'LLIKEXS or BRADFORD, J/.ISS. 'JVJ

5. Arthur MuUiken" (1), second son ol Ephraim" (1), h. in Ixxington, Mass.,
Apr. 14, 1859; d. Aug. 15, 1859.

6. George H. Mulliken^ (4), third son of E|)hraim" (1), h. in Lcxinf^ton, ^[ass.,
Dec. 5, i860; m., Sept. 19, 1894, Bl.\nciie Gagk, (hiughtcr f)f Frederick J. and
Harriet (Morse) Gage, of Boston, Mass. Merchant. Two children, named as
follows:

I. Hf.lf.x Irene Mulltken", b. Aug. 18, 1895.
II. Warren Gage Mulliken*, b. Jan. 6, 1900.

CHILDREN OF EMERY A. AND AVIS H. WELLINGTON.

1. Ann Eliza MuUiken' (3), eldest daughter of Emery'' (1), b. in Le.xinglon,
Mass., Nov. 9, 1851; was m. to Elisha H. Tower, in 1874.

2. John Emery A. MuUiken^ (13), eldest son of Emery" (1), 1). in Ee.xington,
Mass., Sept. 8, 1856; was m., in 1879, to Mary A. Moore and has two children,
as follows:

I. William Emery Mulliken^, b. Nov. 15, 1880; was m. June 29, 1904,
at West Medford, Mass., by Rev. Francis A. Gray, to Miss Edith
Jennie Otis, dau. of W. K. Otis of -Somerville, Mass., two rings being
used in the ceremony.

II. Ethel Louisa Mulliken®, b. Mar. 26, 1881.

3. Amelia Maria MuUiken^ (1), second daughter of Emery" (1), b. in Le.xing-
ton, Mass., Sept. 15, 1858; Hving in Brookline, Mass., unm.

4- Alice Wellington Mulliken^ (1), third daughter of Emery" (1), b. in Lexing-
ton, Mass., Oct. 20. 1862; d. Jan. 27,, 1863.

CHILDREN OF ELIJAH AND HELEN MANY AN.

1. Mabel Fanny MuUiken^ (1), eldest daughter of Elijah" (1), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Feb. 21, 1858.

2. Katherine Wilmarth MuUiken^ (1), second daughter of Elijah" (1), b. in
Lexington, Mass., Aug. 12, 1863; was m. to Prof. Samuel Parsons Mullikkn
of Newbur^'port, Mass., and resides in that city. Three children.

3. Harry Sanderson MuUiken^ (1), son of Ehjah" (1), b. in Lexington, ]\rass.,
Oct. 13, 1866.

CHILDREN OF GEORGE AND THREE WIVES.

1. Charlotte Munroe MuUiken' (3), eldest daughter of George" (1), b. in Lex-
ington, Mass., Apr. 27, 1848; dec.

2. George Francis MuUiken^ (5), eldest son of George" (1), 1). in Lexington,
Mass., Oct. 6, 1851; dec.

3. Charles Henry MuUiken^ (4), second son of George" (1), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Oct. 28, 1853; was m., Nov. 24, 1874, to Elizabeth White, and settled
in^Somerville, Mass. Children named as follows, all b. in Somerville, ]\Iass.

I. Charlotte Munroe Mulliken^, b. Dec. 8, 1876; unm.

II. Jennie Elizabeth Mulliken^, b. Mar. 24, 1877; unm.

III. John White MuLLIKEN^ b. Feb. 25, 1878; unm.

IV. Clara M.a.y Mulliken**, b. Jan. 2, 1880; d. Sept. 11, 1880.
V. Gertrude Alice Mulliken^ b. Mar. 12, 1881; unm.

VI. Edith Florence Mulliken^, b. Dec. 10, 1882; unm.
\Ti. Mabel Lillian Mulliken^, b. July 12, 1885; d. Mar. 16, 18S7.
VIII. Esther M.aude Mulliken^, b. Nov. 29, 18S7; unm.



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MULLIKENS OF BRADFORD, MASS.



4. Clarence Munroe MuUiken' (1), third son of George*' (1), b. in Lexington,
Mass., (Jet. 13, 1855.

5. Harriet Munroe Mulliken^ (4), second daughter of George" (1), b. in Lex-
ington, ^lass., Feb. 6, 1858.

6. Albert Warren Miilliken^ (1), fourth son of George" (1), b. in Lexington,
Mass., May 20, i860.

CHILD OF GEORGE AND GERALDINE BISBEE.

7. Joseph Elsworth Mulliken^ (8), fifth son of George*' (1), b. in Lexington,
Mass., Jan. S, 1867; deceased.

CHILDREN OF GEORGE AND ELIZA BISBEE.

8. Fannie Geraldine Mulliken' (1), third daughter of George" (1), b. in Lex-
ington, Mass., Dec. 2, 1870.

9. Walter Tower Mulliken^ (2), sixth son of George" (1), b. in Lexington, Mass.,
Aug. 29, 1876.

10. Albion Leslie Mulliken^ (1), seventh son of George" (1), b. in Lexington,
Mass., July 22, 1879.

CHILDREN OF JOHN F. AND CHARLOTTE PENNIMAN.

1. Adna Franklin Mulliken', son of John", b. in Haverhill, N. H., Nov. 28,
1852; m. Jan. 11, 1876, Amelia Barker Hatch, and is engaged in the hard-
ware and plumbing business at Woodsville, N. H. Was formerly a member of
the lirm of "Mulhken & Davis" of Wells River, Vt., but sold' out and buiU
the "AluUiken Block," in which he is now located, and associated with his son
under the firm name of "A. F. Mulliken & Son." Two children, named as
follows :

I. Earl Franklin Mulliken*, b. in Wells River, Vt., July 3, 1878.
II. Blanche Amelia Mulliken^ b. in Wells River, Vt., Dec. 21, 1880.

2. Ella Clara Mulliken^ only daughter of John", b. at Haverhill, N. H., July
7, 1848; was m. May 21, 1876, to Ansel Tucker Davis at Rumney, N. H., and
resides at Wells River, Vt., where he is engaged in the hardware and stove busi-
ness. He was for many years in the firm of "Mulliken &: Davis." They have
two children, named as follows:

I. Bertha Mabel Davis^ b. at Wells River, Vt., Feb. 13, 18S0.
II. Maude Evalyn Davis**, b. at Wells River, Xl., July 22, 1886.

CHTLDREN OF ALFRED AND JOSEPHINE C. BOULLT.

1. David Boullt Mulliken^ (1), b. in Louisiana, Jan. 3, 1S76; has been in the
U. S. Army as a "Regular" since July, 1898, and is now ist Lieut. 29th Infantry,
doing service in the Phihppines.

2. Alfred Augustus Mulliken^ (3), b. in Louisiana, June 7, 1887; now in bank-
ing house of George C. Brooks & Co., Boston, Mass.

3. Mary Abbie Mulliken^ (17), b. in Louisiana, Dec. 23, 1879; now living at
home in East Candia, N. H., and vmm.

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL AND MARY A. MORRILL.

I. Sarah Jane Mulliken^ (9), eldest daughter of Nathaniel*^ (8), b. in Benton,
N. H., Mav 25, i860; was m. to Charles B. Bowles, and resides at Sugar
Hill, N. H^



.MULL/AJ£A'S OF BKADI-ORD, MASS. 21il



2. Lucinda Belle Mulllken^ (1), second daughter of Nathaniel" (8), 1). in Ben-
ton, N. II., June ij, 1865; d. Nov. 9, 1878, and was buried in Woodstock, N. H.

3. Frank John MuUiken' (2), only .son of Nathaniel" (8), b. in Benton, N. H.,
Mar. 9, 1808; was m. Mar. 7, 1894, to Ella M. NiiLSoy, and lives at .Vorlh
Haverhill, N. H. Two children, named as follows:

I. FORKST WiLLI.-VM MULLIKEN*, b. Feb. I, 1895.

II. Marth.\ Mario>j Mulliken'', b. June i6, 1899.

4. Cora Alice MuUiken^ (1), third daughter of Nathaniel" (8), b. in Hcnton,
N. II., Hoc. 29, 1870; (1. .Vpr. 3, 1873, ''•'^'l \vas buried in that town.



ittulUIunui iif ^alrm. fHcuiii.

[BRADFORD FAMILY.]

John MuUiken^, whose parents are not certainly known but who was born in
Bradford, Mass., as early as 1735-8, was married June 15, 1758, to Susanna
HusE, and they are both styled in the records "of Haverhill." She died Mar.
I, 1S20. The statement "John the husband died," stands on record, but no
dates are given. These had a family of nine children born in Haverhill, Mass.,
whose names and wliat we know of their posterity will follow:

Jfouvtb cOcncvation.

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND SUSANNA HUSE.

1. Stephen MuUiken^ (1), eldest son of John'^ (1), and Susanna Huse, b. in
Haverhill, Mass., Nov. 7, 1759; d. there July 13, 1763.

2. Samuel Mulliken^ (1), second son of John^ (1), and Susanna Huse, was b.
in Haverhill, Mass., Sept. 22, 1761, and was three times married. His first
wife was Susanna Pearson, widow of Jonathan Mulliken, of Newburvport,
Mass., to whom he was married Mar. 20, 1783. He had worked with her first
husband as a clockmaker and may have learned the trade of him. By this
woman, who was several years his senior, and who was said to have died in
Lynn, Mass., with yellow fever, he had i-ssue three children. He was m. 2d,
in Salem, Mass., Apr. 19, 1789, to Sally Newhall of that town, daughter of
Col. Ezra Newhall of the Revolution, by whom there were eight children. He
was m. in Salem, Mass., May 8, 1819, to Miss Lydia Sanderson. Mr. Mulli-
ken lived for several years in Salem, Mass., where he worked at his trade of
watchmaker, but, later, removed to Lynn, Mass., where he remained till his
death, which occurred Nov. 25, 1847. ^^i"- Mulliken did a large business, for
many year?, as a tanner and merchant, at one time having a large store at the
southern end of Market Street. He was a man of strict integrity and great
industry. He had a strong will, which being usually set in the right direction,
stood him in good stead. He once related an instance of its operation which
seems more amusing than beneficial. During the active portion of his life, it
was a custom, as public conveyances were few, for a couple of business men to
Aisit Boston in company, one to pay for the horse and vehicle, and the other
paying the tolls and horse keeping. One chilly November day, he and Jere-
miah Bullfinch, a neighbor, agreed to visit Boston in that partnership way.
Mr. Bullfinch was to furnish the conveyance, and Mr. Mulliken to pay expenses.
WTien they arrived at Charlestown, which was early in the forenoon, they found



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MULLIKENS OF BRADFORD, MASS.



that an additional toll, or some other charge, to the amount of sixpence, on which
neither had calculated, had been levied. Mr. MuUiken contended that the
extra charge should be equally shared; but Mr. Bullfinch declared that none
of it rightfully fell to him. They were equally matched for stubbornness and
there they sat, disputing and arguing, till the declining sun warned them that
it was time their horse's head was turned homeward; and home they rode, each
undoubtedly congratulating himself on his triumph, "and," added Mr. MuUi-
ken, as he related the incident, his countenance radiating with the old fire within,
though he was more than 80 years of age, " I would have sat there till this time
before I would have paid it." — {History oj Lynn, by Alonzo Lewis.) Mr.
MuUiken had issue, by two wives, eleven children. (See 5th generation.)

3. Susanna Muliiken* (1), eldest daughter of John (1), b. in Haverhill, Mass.,
Jan. 26, 1764; d. May 12, 1766.

4. Stephen MuUiken^ (2), second son of John^ (1), b. in HaverhiU, Mass., Oct.
31, 1766.

5. Joseph Mulliken^ (1), third son of John^ (1), b. in HaverhiU, Mass., Oct.
22, 1768; d. Feb. 27, 1770.

6. Joseph MuUiken^ (2), fourth son of John^ (1), b. in Haverhill, Mass., May

6. 1771; d. Aug. 9, 1795.

7. Ruth MuUiken^ (1), second daughter of John^ (1), b. in HaverhiU, Mass.,
June 12, 1773; d. Aug. 11, 1773.

8. Susanna MuUiken^ (2), third daughter of John^ (1), b. in HaverhiU, Mass.,
July 10, 1775.

9. John MuUiken^ (2), fourth son of John^ (1), b. in Haverhill, Mass., July
12, 1777; d. July 30, 1795.

Jiftlj 6tiuration.

CHIIJJREN OF SAMUEL, AND SUSANNA PEARSONS.

1. Jonathan MuUiken^ (1), eldest son of Samuel^ (1), b. in Newburyport, Mass.,
May 26, 1784, and d. in Lynn, Mass., Nov. 12, 1867, aged 83 years, 5 months
and 17 days, unm. Shoemaker. He was considered somewhat eccentric. He
wanted his food of aU kinds mixed up in a large bowl and well sugared ; then it
was eaten with great relish. He also had a mania for making scrap-books, and
had on hand when he d. a library of such.

2. William MuUiken^ (1), second son of Samuel* (1), b. in Newburyport, Mass.,
Sept. 17, 1785; m. Submit Sanderson of HoUis, N. H., and lived in Lynn,
Mass., where he d. of paralysis July i, 1869, aged 84 years, 10 months, and 17
days. He was a seaman and engaged in whahng. His wife d. in Lynn, Mass.,
in 1867. .They were communicants of the Orthodox church. Two children,
named as foUows:

I. Esther Sanderson Mulliken", b. in Lynn, Mass., Nov. 30, 1820;
m. Mar. 4, 1849, to Warren C. Philbrick of LoweU, Mass., a carpen-
ter by trade, who d. Jan. 20, 1897, aged 69 years. She is now (1904)
living with her daughter, Mrs. Pascal A. Horton, in Lynn, Mass., suffer-
ing from paralysis. She had three children, named as follows:
(i) William Warren Philbrick, h. June 29, 1850. Single.

(2) Susan Isabel Philbrick, b. Apr. 16, 1853; m. Waldo E. Taylor.

(3) Josephine Gilbert Philbrick, h. Nov. 8, 1858; m. at Lynn, Mass.,
Dec. 25, 1879, to Pascal A. Horton.




CHARLES H. MULLIKEN



MULLIKENS OF I! RA Pl-OKD, A/ASS. 'JO'A



n. William Mulliken®, b. in Lynn, Mass., in 1822; d. at sea when 21 years
of age.

3. Sarah Mulliken' (1), daughter of Samuel' (1), b. May 31, 1787; d. single.

4. George Mulliken^ (1), son of Samuel^ (1), b. Feb. 5, 1790; d. young.

5. John Mulliken^ (3), son of Samuel* (1), b. May 10, 1792, removed to Hallo-
well, Me., when a young man, and there m. between Mar. 25th and Apr., 1824,
Eliz.^beth Smart, who d. in i860, aged 50 years. The family settled in
Augusta, Me., in 1S45, and Mr. Mulliken was a director in the Freeman's Na-
tional Bank there for many years. He was a man of retiring habits, never wish-
ing to be conspicuous, and a real " home body." He was famihar with all cur-
rent events; not a great talker, but a tireless reader. He was also a director for
a railroad. He did an extensive business, always paid in full, and was respected
by his fellow-citizens and beloved by his family. Always voted the Whig or
Republican tickets, believing that the best results come from the government
by that party. He was 89 years of age at his death. There were seven chil-
dren, named as follows:

I. George S. Mulliken®, a lawyer and judge, d. in San Antonio, Texas,
where he had been associated with his brother in business.

n. Charles Henry Mulliken®, b. in Hallowell, Me., on Mar. 18, 183 1;
m. Dec. 3, 1851, Miss Sarah E. Hallett, daughter of Watson F.
Hallett of Augusta, Me. He was educated in Augusta, Me., until eigh-
teen years of age. He then went to Boston, where he secured a situation
in a merchandise broker's office, in which he spent three years. Return-
ing to x\ugusta, he started in business on his own account, as a member
of the firm of Davis & Mulliken, and was thus engaged for seven years.
He was president of the Freeman's National Bank in Augusta for about
40 years. His next venture was in the southern commission trade,
founding the house of Means & Mulliken, with headquarters at Boston.
They estabUshed a line of packets between that city and Indianola,
Texas, having also a store at San Antonio, where a brother of Mr. Mul-
liken was located in charge. The firm did a thriving business until the
breaking out of the late Civil War, which brought, as a rule, speedy
ruin upon all Northern men who had business enterprises in the South.
Their stock of goods, valued at nearly $50,000, was seized by the Con-
federate government and confiscated. Mr. Means, on hearing of the
calamity which had befallen them, went South to see what could be
done toward retrieving their los-ses. He was at once arrested at San
Antonio, and sent to Matamoras under guard, where he escaped to
Mexico, and afterward got to New Orleans, whence, by the help of
General Butler, he came North. Their losses amounted to $50,000,
and as Mr. Mulliken had his all invested in the enterprise, this misfor-
tune, of course, left him a ruined man. At the same time, too, his health
failed him, which for years compelled him to retire from anything like
active business Hfe. The sudden and disastrous termination of his busi-
ness affairs, also, left him deeply in debt, but these obligations he after-
ward liquidated by paying one hundred cents on the dollar to his credit-
ors. He then made up his mind to go west, and in August, 1S65,
went to Chicago, which has since been his home. Here he first entered
the employ of Page 8z Sprague, wholesale dealers in paints, oils and



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glass, on Dearborn Street, as confidential man. He continued with them
until 1872, meanwhile losing all he had in the fire. He then became
cashier in a savings bank until 1874, when he entered the real estate
business, in which he has remained until the present time. Mr. Mulh-
ken is an elder and active member of the Fourth Presbyterian
Church. He is particularly active in mission work, and is assistant
superintendent of the Howe Street Mission, with a Sunday school num-
bering six hundred, and a very prosperous industrial school attached.
He is also a member of the Citizens' Association, Chicago Club, Union
Club, Real Estate Board, and is on the Executive Committee of the
Presbyterian Social Union. As a real estate dealer Mr. MuUiken has
from the first taken a leading position, and since 1874 has been con-
nected with many of the important changes in Chicago realty.

Charles Henry Mulhken and wife had four children, of whom one
only is Uving — A. Henry MuUiken, Esq?, of the firm of Pettibone &
^lulliken, dealers in railroad supplies.

6. Sukey MuUiken^ (3), second daughter of Samuel^ (1), b. Apr. 16, 1795; d.
unm.

7. Francis MuUiken^ (1), fifth son of Samuel^ (1), b. Feb. 21, 1797; d. unm.

8. Susan MuUiken^ (4), third daughter of Samuel* (1), b. July 13, 1800; d.
young.

9. Charles MuUiken^ (2), sixth son of Samuel* (1), b. Sept. 9, 1806; m. — wife's
name unknown — and had a daughter, Caroline {MuUiken) Lindsey, who d.
in Beachmont, near Lynn, Mass., Apr. 20, 1904, aged 63 years, 2 months, and
17 days. Her place of residence was 137 State Road. Funeral services at the



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