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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my head and said, 'I have no children, and, boy, I will remember you.' My
father afterward told me that uncle John was very rich.

"About the year 1853, while I was working in the nail mills between Green-
bush and Troy, N. Y., a stranger came and inquired for a family named Mil-
liken. I was working nights and he came over to my house. I asked him what
he wanted and he said he had some important papers for me in his trunk in a
baggage car, from my uncle John Milliken in the West. He was asked to leave
these documents for me at the ' Mansion House' in Troy. In a few days I called
for them, but the proprietor said the stranger took them away the day before.
While I was at work in the Rolling Mills in Auburn, N. Y., this man appeared
and inquired for me of the superintendent. When I was pointed out, he said
I had a hot job and that when he returned from Europe, whither he was then
going, I would not have to work so hard. His next appearance was at Wyan-
dotte, Mich. He inquired of the boss for me, and when I was pointed out said
he only wanted to keep track of me. Nothing has since been heard from him.
Uncle John MiUiken died at West Camp, N. Y., and was buried there. I
want to find out where his will is recorded."

Hezekiah MiUiken died about the year 1838, and was buried at Saugerties,
Ulster Co., N. Y. His wife died about three years later. They then lived in a
little town near Saugerties named Bristol. Children's names, Hannah, Sarah,
Rachel, Charlotte, Hezekiah, James, and Richard.


I. Hezekiali Milliken^ (2), eldest son of Hezekiah- (1), was born in Knibuck,
Greene Co., N. Y., 79 years ago (1904) ; m. Feb. 3, 1844, Sophia Coon, the cere-
mony by Rev. Adams, at Sau^crtics, N. Y., where tliree of lu's sons were born.
He then removed to a farm located between Janes\ille and Beloit, on Rock
River, Wis. Being an iron maker, he subsequently worked at Troy and Au-
burn, N. Y., but removed in 1S55 to Wyandotte, \Iich., where he melted the
first pound of iron made in the state, lie lived there 37 years and his wife d.
there Aug. 20, 188 1. Now, and for ten years, he has lived mostly with his son
Hezekiah in Leamington, Canada. Children as follows:

I. Augustus W. IMilliken,* b. at Saugerties, Ulster Co., X. Y., Sept. 23,

1844; m. June 23, 1867, by Rev. Hi])bard, Charlotte E. Hicks at

Wyandotte, Mich., and has issue as follows:

(i) Asa Mi//!kcn\ h. at Newburg, O., May i, 1868.

(2) May M7//ike)i\ b. at Wyandotte, Mich'., May 18, 1870.

(3) Kate Millikeu^, h. at Wyandotte, Mich., bee, 1872; m. Feb.

1899, Sylvester Rouse.

(4) Florence Mi/likcn^, h. at Wyandotte, Mich., Jan. i, 1875.

(5) Augustus Mil/iken^, h. at Wyandotte, Mich., Feb. 23, 1877.

(6) Lol/ie Mi//ikcn\ b. at \\yandotte, Mich., June 18, 1879.

(7) Ray MilUken^, b. at Wyandotte, Mich., Nov. 11, 1884.

(8) Dora Mil/ikeii\ h. at Wyandotte, ISIich., Sept. 6, 1886.

(9) Ruth Mil/ikeir', b. at Wyandotte, ISIich., Apr. 13, 1890.

II. Alonzo R. jSriLLiKEN^ b. at Saugerties, N. Y., Apr. 23, 1847; d. there
Apr. 22, 1850.

III. Lorenzo P. Milliken^ b. at Saugerties, N. Y., May 29, 1850; m. Jan.
12, 1875, at Trenton, Mich., by Rev. J. Crippen, Sarah McTaggart,
and had issue as follows:

(i) Walter M. Milliken^, b. at Wyandotte, :Mich., Dec. 9, 1875;
m. May 7, 1901, at Buffalo, N. Y., Belle Moul.

(2) Aggie P. Milliken^, b. at Wvandotte, Mich., June 26, 1880; d.

Sept. 8, 1881.

(3) Sophia C. Milliken^, h. at Wyandotte, Mich., Jan. 9, 1883; m.

Feb. 17, 1901, at Windsor, Ont., Albert Schremer.

(4) Archie B. Millikov', b. at Wyandotte, Mich., Feb. 5, 1886.

IV. Hezekiah R. Milliken^, b. at Troy, N. Y., Apr. 15, 1853; m. Oct. 21,
1873, at Leamington, Ont., by Rev. DufT, Mary A. Wigle, who was b.
there Jan. 10, 1853. Their children as follows:

(i) Laura S. Milliken^, b. at Wyandotte, Mich., Aug. 30, 1874; d.
May 30, 1884.

(2) Johii II'. Milliken^, b. at Wyandotte, :Mich., Mar. 18, 1876.

(3) Myrtle Millikeu\ b. at Wyandotte, Mich., Dec. 21, 1878; m

Sept. 4, 1899, Leonard Malcott.

(4) George Milliken^, b. at Wyandotte, Mich., Feb. 20, i88r.

(5) Hezekiah R. Milliken^, b.'at Wyandotte, :Mich., Apr. 20, 1883.

(6) Jennie Milliken^, b. at Wyandotte, Mich., June 29, 1885.

2. Hannah Milliken,^ daughter of Hezekiah^ (1), was m. to ]\Lartin Lloyd, who
was a French morocco merchant in Philadelphia; a wealthy man who with his
wife were theatrical stars, attending the store and stage at the same time. They
had several children, one of whom, Frank, lost his life in carrying the mail across
the lava beds.


3. Sarah Milliken^. daughter of Hezekiah- (1), was m. to Richard Layman, at
Pavilion on the Hudson river, who was a farmer and tanner. She d. in 1840.

4. Rachel Milliken^. daughter of Hezekiah- (1), was m. to Patrick Kelley, a
puddler in the iron rolling mills.

5. Charlotte Milliken^. daughter of Hezekiah- (1), was m. to Myers Brink.

6. James Milliken^, son of Hezekiah- (1), was rail-roller in the iron mills, and
d. about 1876. He left a family. Wife's name unknown,

7. Richard Milliken^, son of Hezekiah^ (1), was a seaman and circumnavigated
the globe two or three times; came back to Saugerties, N. Y., and m.; became a
Presbyterian minister and preached at Kingston, N. Y., where he d. and was
buried. His wife, whose name does not appear, was of Flatbush, N. Y. He
had issue.

The familv records were destroyed at the time the British burned Kingston,
N. Y., which then contained the State House wherein all documents relating to
the early proprietors were deposited. The family tradition handed down from
father to son, assigns to this branch of the clan a French origin. When Na-
thaniel IMilliken 2d was distributing his household goods after the death of his
v.ife, an old Dutch chest was found and he remarked that it had been brought
from Holland by some of his ancestors. He was then asked if the Millikens were
Dutch, and he answered, "No; they are of French descent, but the chest and
china came from the Trumpores, who were Dutch."

The Millikens were early extensive land owners but in some way failed to
secure a vahd title to their estates, or lost the record of their claim, and others
settled there. We do not know certainly the name of the emigrant head of this
family, but there is an old parchment deed preserved among the rehques and his-
toric documents at Washington's Headquarters, Newburg, N. Y., of date 1758,
to John Milliken, deposited by Clark Galatian, and the appended note in the
Catalogue says Milliken and Samuel Crawford were early settlers on the patent
to Jas. Alexander in the town of Montgomery. As the lands of the original
Nathaniel Milhken lay some six miles back of Newburg, where the patent was
located, we may assume with plausibihty that this John Milliken was the emi-
grant ancestor, and in the face of the family tradition the compiler of this volume
will assume that the family came direct from Scotland or the north of Ireland
along with other AliUikens who settled in the same and adjoining counties.
Crawford, Alexander, and Montgomery are Scotch and Scotch-Irish surnames.
They were descended maternally, as will appear, from the Dutch family of
Trumi)ore, but the alliance was in the State of New York. These Millikens were
slaveholders, and a descendant now living remembers the last of the " ^Nlilhken
Niggers," a very old colored man who died when he was a boy. The ISIilliken
estate included Orange Lake and the surrounding lands. It was in Ulster
County, now Orange County, N. Y.

Nathaniel Milliken^, from whom the families in and about Newburg, N. Y., are
descended in a direct line was an officer in the Revolutionary army and was
killed at the battle of Fort Montgomery. He had an only child.
Nathaniel Milliken'', who married Katherine Trumpore of Dutch blood, by
whom he had four children, namely, Maria, Nathaniel, Margaret, and Edmund..


1. Maria Milliken' was not m., but lived with her sister, Margaret Tarbell. She
d. 1885, and was i)uried in the "Old Town" tenieter\-, hut was afterwards re-
moved to the Florence Cemetery (with others of this family) and the sexton has
instructions to take "especial care" of the family lot.

2. Nathaniel IVlilliken\ third of this name, was m. Apr. 2g, 1830, to Fanny
Hill by whom six children, whose names will follow presently.

3. Edmund Milliken' was killed in a char<i;e durinti; the Civil War. Was a
" great rover."

4. Margaret Milliken' l)ecame the wife of 1)k. \\illl\m T.-vrbell, and her son
William Tarbell, formerly a business man in New York, is now, perhaps, a resi-
dent of Atlantic City, N.'j.

Jriftb 6ciuration.


1. Susan Maria Milliken''. d. in infancy.

2. Edmund W. Milliken". d. unm., aged 43 years.

3. David Savillian Milliken', who lives in Brooklyn, X. V., whose son William
is married.

4- Harvey Valentine Milliken\ who resides in Newburg, X. Y., and has issue
Russell, Caroline, and Ella .\fa\\ all m.

5. John Newton Milliken'', who resides in X^ewburg, X". Y., and is the father of
Geors^c X. (m)., John D. (m.), May A. (m.), Fanny H., and Giistave G.

6. Henry Lewis Milliken', d. at the age of 36 years, leaving one son, /. IF. B.
Milliken, who is married.

iWwUtluniiS of Alimnit. iKtrbtnan.

sCDTTisii i;ka\<;ii.

John Millikin, born in Ireland, probably on the Isle Magee, went from Bel-
fast to Scotland when about eighteen years of age. His parents' names are not
known. There is a tradition that three of his brothers came to America direct
from Ireland, but his surviving sons do not know of such relatives. John went
to Kilmarnock, Scotland. W'as apprenticed to a shoemaker in early hfe, but
confinement at the bench did not agree with his active temperament, and he
abandoned the craft. He had a small store at Kilmarnock at one time. Was
very fond of running horses, an expert rider, and followed the races until too
heavy for the saddle. Was a farmer. He married J.^net Reid, a native of
Ayrshire, and lived near Kilmarnock until 1844, when the family — save two
sons who had .sailed in 184T, and one who remained in Scotland another year —
embarked on the ship "Brilliant" with six hundred passengers, for America.
They were nine weeks on the ocean and for six weeks did not see land. John
Reid, a nephew of Mrs. Millikin, came with them. They landed at Detroit,
Mich., but removed to now Almont, and joined the "Scotch Settlement" there
when the country w-as covered with a wilderness and when Indians abounded.
Among the emigrant settlers were families named Jenniss, Shaw, Bement. Rogers,
Outchers, and IngHss. Sometimes the emigrants, following an Indian trail, a
hundred in a day, would water their {)onies at the Millikins' well, and many
tarried with the family through the night, sleeping ui)on the lloor. The land was
good, the forest was cut away and fruitful fields e.xpanded into broad farms.


John Millikin d. 40 years ago, aged 85; his wife d. 27 years ago, and would
have been (1904) 120 years of age. These had eleven children, some dying in
infancy. See forward.


1. James Millikin" (1), eldest son of John^ (1), was b. in Kilmarnock, Scodand ;
m. Miss Charlotte Beulah Govan, daughter of a Scotch Presbyterian min-
ister, Andrew Govan, and his wife Jean Stark. He came to America when 26
years of age and settled at Almont, JSIich., among many famihes of Scotch people.
Was m. in Glasgow; d. in Almont. Was a wheelwright by trade. In faith a
Presbyterian. His children's names will follow with third generation.

2. Mary Millikin^ (1), eldest daughter of John^ (1), m. Alexander Braid wood
and had George, John and James.

3. Catharine Millikin"j^(l), second daughter of John^ (1), m. Samuel Robb and
came from Kilmarnock, Scotland, to Almont, Mich., in 1841. She had Samuel,
James, Jean and Anna.

4. Jean Millikin" (1), third daughter of John^ (1), m. John Morton, and came
from Kilmarnock, Scotland, to Almont, Mich., in 1841. Several children, one
named Thomas.

5. Robert Millikin" (1), second son of John^ (1), m. Janet Hopkins and settled
at Almont, Mich., in 1841, having come from Kilmarnock, Scotland, that year.
He is deceased. Several children — James, and daughters.

6. John Millikin^ (2), third son of John^ (1), b. in Kilmarnock, Scotland; came
to America in 1844, and settled with his relatives near Almont, Mich. He was
m. in 1856 to Mary Ann Houghton, who d. Feb. 19, 1893, being the mother
of five children. About three years ago, say 1901, John removed to Lum, Mich.
The father, grandfather, and uncle John Houghton, lived in Burnside, 25 miles
north of Almont. Mr. Millikin says: "A barn 40 X 50 would scarcely hold
all of the Milhkin families; they are as prolific as the Dutch." He is now near
his threescore-years-and-ten. Issue:

I. John Millikin^ b. Feb. 15, 1858; m. Roxela Bates.

II. Maria Millikin^ b. Oct. 4, 1861; m. Dwight Matthews.

III. William Millikin^ b. Mar. 9, 1868; m. Anna L. Roberts.

IV. Robert Millikin^, b. Sept. 11, 1874; m. Florence Currey.

V. Janet Millikin^ b. Sept. 28, 1893; d. Apr. 15, 1893. The sons are
farmers settled on valuable lands near the parental homestead.

7. William Millikin^ (1), fourth son of John^ (l),b. in Kilmarnock, Scotland,
came to America in 1844, and settled near Almont, Mich., as a farmer. Was
twice m.; ist to Christina Paton; 2d, Betsey Banister. He is now Uving at
Lum, Mich. Several sons — John, David and William.

Clnrb 6cneraiion.


I. John B. Milliken^ (2), eldest son of James^ (1), b. Nov. 28, 1846; m. Emma A.
Thomas, daughter of Ambrose Thomas of Rochester, N. Y., who d. and he m.
2d, Emily A., b. Jan. 7, 1851, in Rochester, N. Y. He is a lumberman living at
Bay City, Mich. His children named as follows:

I. James Ewell MILL1KEN^ b. Sept. 19, 1870, in Matamoras, Mich. He
m. Apr. 15, 1893, Lillian Richards, and resides in Alpena, So. Dakota.


II. Hkrnice Lucille Milliken^ b. June 20, 1874; d. at West Branch,
Mich., June iS, tSo6.

III. Alice Viola Mili.ikkn', h. Jan. 31, iSyf); m. Nov. 2, 1897, at West
Branch, Mich., William T. Yoe, and lives in Khnt, Mich.

IV. Mkrtie Emma Milliken^ b. Aug. 21, 1877, at Matamoras, Mich. A
teacher, unm.

V. Acnes jSTay Milliken^ b. Mar. 10, 1882, in Kingston, ]Mich. A

teacher, unm.
VI. 'lon^ Newell Milliken'', b. June 24, 1884; d. Feb. 4, 1892, at Bay

City, Mich.
VII. Lloyd Ambrose Milliken^ b. S'ept. 25, 1889, at Kingston, Mich,
viii. Hazel Leota Milliken^ b. May 21, 1891; d. Mar. 28, 1897, at West
Branch, Mich.

2. Jean Stark IVIil liken'' (1), eldest daughter of James- (1), b. May 30, 1849;
d. unm. in Matamoras, Mich., Nov. 21, 1869. ^^ '^^ ^ music teacher.

3. Andrew Govan Milliken^ (1), second son of James" (1), b. Oct. 15, 1851;
m. ist, in Apr., 1880, Mary Easton by whom no living issue; 2d, Feb. 15, 1882,
Elizabeth Earle, by whom three children. He is a contractor and builder;
freemason. Residence, Kingston, Mich.

4. James Reid Milliken'"' (2), third son of James- (1), b. in Almont, Mich., Nov.
16, 1852; m. Dec. 14, 1879, Ella Viola Thomas, and resides at Alpena, Mich.,
where he is engaged in banking and real estate speculation. Was senator in the
State Legislature of So. Dakota. Is a Knight Templar, Odd Fellow, Elk, and an
Episcopalian in religion. A man of superior intelligence and executive ability.

I. Ralph Leroy ^SIillikex^, b. Oct. 26, 1880.

n. Charlotte Beulah Milliken*, b. Aug. 19, 1882.

5. Robert Bruce Milliken^ (2), fourth son of James^ (1), b. Oct. 8, 1855; m.
Anna R. Freer, and resides at Dryden, Mich., where he deals in grain. Two
children, Earle* and Edna*.

6. William Govan Milliken^ (2), fifth son of James^ (1), b. Nov. 27, 1857; m.
Catherine P. Learn, and lives at Alpena, Mich., where he deals in livestock.
Is an Odd Fellow. Three children, as follows:

I. Beulah E. Milliken^.

II. Manda May ^Iilliken*, b. Nov. 15, 1890.
hi. FIarold Milliken^ b. 1902; d. 1903.

7. Janet Reid Milliken^ (3), second daughter of James^ (1), b. in Almont, Mich.,
Dec. 21, 1859; was m. in Kingston, Mich., Feb. 13, 1889, to William Ramsey
Hamilton, son of John and Margaret, b. Mar. 13, 1855, ^^ the village of Ayr,
Dumfrieshire, Scotland, and lives at Rhinclander, Wis., to which place they
removed from ^lichigan in 1894, where he is engaged in the lumber business.
Children as follows:

I. Jean Milliken Hamilton, b. Nov. 19, 1889.
II. Victor William Hamilton, b. Jan. 7, 1891; d. Sept. 10, 1891.
HI. Bruce Wallace Hamilton, b. June 4, 1894.

8. Mary Milliken^ (3), third daughter of James^ (1), b. in Almont, Mich., June
3, 1862; d. in Matamoras, ^lich., June 3, 1871.

9. Charlotte Ann Milliken^ (1), fourth daughter of James^ (1), b. in Almont,


Mich., Mar. 17, 1865; m. Dec. 23, 1886, Frederick H. Osborne in Kingston,
Mich., and d. leaving issue.

10. Owen Govan Milliken^ (1), sixth son of James^ (1), b. in Ahnont, Mich.,
Aug. 13, 1867; m. Ida Day* Was a druggist. Three children, Earle, Carl, and

11. Ellen M. Milliken^ (1), fifth daughter of James- (1), b. in Almont, Mich.,
Jan. 24, 1872; m. in 1890, Dr. Grant Soper, and d. June 19, 1894. Music
teacher. No living issue.


Illilligans of ([Ontario, (Tanaba

Thomas Milligan o{ Tyrone County, Ireland, descended from old Covenanting
stock, married in that lounty an estimalile iaily named Mitchell, and had
issue six sons and one dauj^hter. These all came to Canada durin<^ the building
of the Welland Canal, having; taken a contract for work thereon, and settled in
Ontario, near Floydstown, where they entered an extensive tract of land in the
vicinity of which they and their destendants, with one exception, devoted them-
selves to agricultural ])ursuits, and accjuired by industry and that frugality
characteristic of their race, a good competency of this world's goods. They were
of a placid, contented mind; a law-abiding. God-fearing class of citizens, priding
themselves upon having characters above reproach. The names of the children
were William, James, John, Thomas, Joseph, Robert, and Jane.
William Milligan- (1), son of ThomasS did not long remain in Canada, but lo-
cated in Washington and Fayette Counties, Pennsylvania, and acxjuired consider-
able property in the vicinity of Washington, Cannonsburg, and Millsboro, his
homestead being located on Fayette side of the Monongahela river, a fine farm
from which a magnificent view of the surrounding country, embracing the Blue
Ridge Range of the Alleghany Mountains, could be had. He built and owned
the first dam and waterpower on the Monongahela and operated a gristmill,
sawmill and boatyard on the Fayette County side for a number of years in part-
nership with his son Thomas. Fie also had a contract on the National Turn-
pike from Cumberland over the mountains.

He was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, about the year 1797 ; came to Canada
earlv in the igth century and married in Fayette Co., Penn., Oct. 20, 1820, to
Is.\BELL.\ Brown, daughter of Kennedy Brown. He d. Aug. 27, 1862. Isa-
bella d. Aug. 29, 1833. They had five children, of whom with 3d generation.

Cbirb 6 cn emtio IT.


I. William R. Milligan'' (2), eldest son of Willianr (1), b. Aug. 4, 1821; m.
July 31, 1845, to Margaret Hiller, and in the spring of 1854 moved to Ottawa,
LaSalle Co., 111., where he purchased a tract of land and established a home.
He was principal of the Public Schools of Ottawa. Was sheriff of LaSalle
County during the years 1863-1864, and in 1883-1884-1885-1886. He was a
man of commanding appearance, l^eing six feet two and a half inches in height
and forty-eight inches around the chest; as fine a specimen of physical manhood
as could be found. He was very social and alYable in disposition, and honorable
in all his transactions — a typical old school gentleman. His chief amusement
was fox-hunting, and he always kept a fine pack of hounds and a stud of saddle
horses, and his country home was a pleasant resort for his many friends who
enjoyed the exhilaration of a fox-hunt or hospitable entertainment. He d. Oct.
30, 1892; his widow d. Apr. 13, 1897, and they rest side by side in Ottawa Avenue
Cemetery in the beautiful valley of the Illinois. Four children. Sec 4th genera-


2. Kennedy Brown Milligan^ (1), second son of William^ (1), b. Sept., 1822; d.
Apr. 12, 1845.

3. Mary Jane Milligan^ (1), only daughter of William^ (1), b. Mar. 26, 1824;
d. Oct. 2Q, 1830

4- Thomas Milligan' (2), third son of Wilham^ (1), b. July 4, 1823 (?); d. Nov.
21, 1858; m. June 27, 1847, to Elizabeth Hiller, and settled on the old home-
stead where he carried on the milling business associated with his father, and
where he d. in young manhood, leaving a handsome estate. His widow, aged
85 years, survives and lives on the homestead farm with a maiden daughter.
Four children. See 4th generation.

5. Samuel Milligan'^ (1), fourth son of William- (1), b. Jan. 22, 1830; d. Dec. 3,


i^Ditrtb 6mcraiion.


1. Mary Catherine Milligan^ (2), eldest daughter WiUiam^ (2), b. July 13, 1846;
d. July 25, 1848.

2. William L. Milligan* (3), eldest son of Wilham^ (2), b. Sept. 16, 1849; m.
Dec. 13, 1877, Louise M. Echelberger, and resides at Ottawa, 111. He ac-
quired a common school education and has spent much of his hfe on the farm.
He was chief Deputy Sheriff of LaSalle Co., 111., for four years, after which he
accepted a general agency for the Walter A. Wood Mowing and Reaping Ma-
chine Co., of Hossick Falls, N. Y., and retained that position for twelve years.
He then secured a position as travelling salesman for the Marseilles (Illinois)
Manufacturing Co., which he still retains. He is quite prominent in Masonic
circles, having attained the 33d and best degree of the Ancient Accepted Scottish
Rite. Is Past Grand High Priest of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Illinois,
and Past Most Illustrious Grand Master of the Grand Council of Royal and
Select Masons of Illinois. Children, all bright and intelligent and hving at
home, the joy and pride of their parents, named as follows:

I. Laura Belle Milligan^, b. Aug. 2, 1879.

II. Beverly Wilford Milligan^, b. Dec. i, 1880.

III. Margaret Eliza Milligan^, b. Jan. 28, 1883.

IV. Duncan Charles Milligan'^, b. Apr. 10, 1885.

V. Grace Milligan^ b. Nov. i, 1887.

VI. Dorothy Milligan^, b^ Apr. 3, 1894.
VII. William R. Milligan^, b. Aug. 20, 1896.

VIII. Hellen Louisa Milligan^, b. July 6, 1890.

3. Isabella Milligan* (1), second daughter of Wilham^ (2), b. May 25, 1852, and
makes her home with her brother, William L., at Ottawa, 111. Not married.

4. Thomas Milligan" (3), second son of WilHam^ (2), b. Nov. 27, 1854; d. Sept.


1. Samuel H. Milligan' (1), eldest son of Thomas-' (2), b. Mar. 10, 1848, grad-
uated from Waynesburg (Penn.) College for the ministry, and d. Jan. 25, 1868.

2. Catherine Isabella Milligan^ (2), eldest daughter of Thomas^ (2), b. Oct. 24,
1850; m. Scott Hackey (dec.) and she, with her children, reside near Millers-
boro, Penn.

3. Margaret Ellen Milligan* (2), .second daughter of Thomas^ (2), b. July 26,
1854; lives with her mother on the homestead, unm.


MILLIGAX^ 01' O.yJAA'/O, CAAAVA. 2\)\)

4- George Calvin Milligaii' (1), >»)ii of Thomas^ (2), b. I-\-l}. k;, 1S57; m. and
lives in Millcrshoro, I'cnn.

James Milligan, stxond son of Thomas and wife Mittlull, born in Counly
T\rone, Ireland, married Uiere to Jam; liKATTV, and did not come to Canada
until some time after his brothers, but followed and settled near Flovdstown,
Ontario, as a farnii'r. Children were, Thomas, Joseph. .\I,irgiircl, and Aiin-
Jane, all dead.

I. Thomas Mhiican, m. Miss INji ii.k, and had issue two sons and four
daughters. The widow and daughter Victoria, live at Tattenham, Ont.,
where the latter is a milliner.
II. Josi'.pii .Mii.i.ic.AX. m. and lives at Tattenham, Ont. Has three sons

and three daughters, all in maturity, .some married.
III. M.XRGARET jNIilligan, HI. T.AGGART, wlio is li\ ing near Tattenham, Ont.
i\ . .\\N Jam: Mii.ligan, m. Morgan, who lives near Tattenham, Ont.
Thomas Milligan, third son of Thomas, and wife Mitchell, born in County Ty-
rone, Ireland; came to Canada with his brothers; married a .Miss Hamilton, and
had children named :

I. William Milligan, m. and, with family, li\es in Toronto, Ont.

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 41 of 109)