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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II. Eliza Milligan, m. Ckkknawav.

hi. Sally Milligan, m. Baxtkk, and lives ten miles from Tattenham, Ont.

i\-. Mary Jam. .Milligan, m. Taggart, and lives close to Tattenham, Ont.

John Milligan, fourth son of Thomas,and wife Mitchell, married Eliza McCartv

and has a family consisting of one son and ten daughters, of whom several are

married and li\e in the vicinity of Eloydstown, and Tattenham, Ont.

Robert Milligan, a son of Thomas, and wife Mitchell, born in County Tyrone,
Ireland, is said to have died there.

Jane Milligan, only daughter of Thomas and wife Mitchell, born in County
Tyrone. Ireland, was married to Neil IMcDermott, and had issue ten sons and
two daughters, some of whom are dead, some married and living near Tatten-
ham, Ont. Dr. James McDermott lives east of Toronto, Ont.

"Who'er amidst the sons of reason, valour, liberty and virtue, displays dis-
tinguished merit, is a noble of Nature's own creating."

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Samuel Millikin was a man of standing in Ireland and at one time sheriff of
County Tyrone. He was probal^ly descended from that Emanuel Millikin from
the Lowlands of Scotland who was a .soldier in the armv of William of Orange
at the battle of Boyne in 1690. His wife was maiden-named Jane Crawford.
After his death his children, named William, James, Robert, Jaue, Rebecca, and
Elizabeth, lame to the United States. Samuel Millikin liad brothers and sisters
in Ireland, one of whom, Mary, was a school teacher.

1. WilHam Millikin" (1), son of SamueP (1), b. in County Tyrone, Ireland, came
to the United States in 1847, and served in the Mexican War under General
Scott. He d. of yellow fever 30 miles west of Vera Cruz, unm.

2. James Millikin- (1), son of Samuel' (1), came to Butler Co., O., in 1847. He
had m. Eliz.vbetii James at Tintona, County Tyrone, Ireland. He Uved on a
rented farm in Butler County until i860, when he removed to Warren County,


Ind., where he bought i8o acres of land and made a fine farm. He d. Oct. 2,
1872. Elizabeth, his wife, d. Oct. 28, 1884. Both were members of the Metho-
dist Church and hospitably entertained the preachers at their home. These had
ten children, one of whom d. in infancy. Their names as follows: William J.,
John H., Robert A., George W., Sanjord F., Alfred A., Maria J., Emma J.,
Louisa, and John J .

3. Robert Millikin^ (1), son of SamueP (1), came to the United States in 1847
and settled in Cincinnati, O., where he became a dealer in livestock, buying
cattle, sheep, hogs and poultry for the Cincinnati butchers. He d. there of
cholera in 1850. He had had sons, William and James, who were passenger
conductors on the Western railroads, and a daughter whose name was Margaret.

4. Jane Millikin" (1), daughter of Samuel^ (1), was b. in County Tyrone, Ireland;
was m. to a Mr. Lawhead, and lives in Columbus, Ind. She could doubtless
furnish much information about her grandparents, uncles and aunts, but does
not reply to any inquiries.

5. Rebecca Millikin' (1), daughter of SamueP (1), was b. in County Tyrone,
Ireland; was m. to a Mr. Beatty, and lives at Jones Station, Ind. She does not
reply to letters.

6. Elizabeth Millikin" (1), daughter of Samuel^ (1), was b. in County Tyrone,
Ireland; was m. to a Mr. Wenzel, and lives in Cincinnati, O.

^birb (feneration.


1. William J. Millikin'^ (2), eldest son of James^ (l),b. in Tintona, County Tyrone,
Ireland, on Sabbath morning June 27, 1841, and was brought to Butler Co., O.,
by his parents in 1842. At the age of 13 he united with the M. E. Church and
for more than 20 years has been superintendent of a Sabbath school. In i860,
he went to Warren Co., Ind., where he worked on a farm until 1863, when he
entered the Stockwell Collegiate Institute. In 1864, he volunteered in the
United States service under Commodores Alitchell and Atkinson on board the
steamship " Grossbeak," then running from Memphis to Vicksburg. Was dis-
charged in 1865, the war being closed. The same year he returned to Stock-
well Institute, and in 1866, Asbury University, Greencastle, Ind., where he re-
mained until 1868. He also took a course in Commercial College. For 23 years
subsequently he was a teacher in Indiana and Kentucky. In 1872, he settled in
Labette Co., Kan., where he purchased 160 acres of land near Edna. Was
clerk of Howard Township from 1872 to 1874; was justice of the peace, and clerk
of Labette County from 1888 to 1890. Now engaged in farming and stock-
raising, in Oswego, Kan. He married Nov., 1877, Estelle T. Hoskins, and
had issue six children, named Ina C. (dec), Myrtle, John M. (dec), Martha
(dec), Mary E. (dec), and William Earl.

2. John H. Millikin^ (2), second son of James^ (1), b. in Butler Co., O., Oct.,
1844; m. Alice Pearson of Edna, Kan., in Oct., 1877, and resides on a farm
three miles west of that town. There are three children, viz.: Firman, John,
Elmer, and Ethel.

3. Robert A. Millikin^ (2), third son of James^' (1), b. in Butler Co., O., Aug.
16, 1846; m. Oct. 24, 1878, to Mary Angeline Smalley, who was b. Apr. 18,
1854, in Warren Co., Ind. He is a farmer living in x^ttica, Ind. His children
are: Mabel Floy, b. Jan. 3, 1881, and Orrie Edwin, h. Nov. 16, 1882.


7. Sanford Franklin Millikin'', h. m ilutler Co., Oct. 27, 1847 ; m. July 22,
1877, Marv Francks Jjkii.u. Resides, Pine Village, Ind. I-arnier. ("hil-
dren :

I. X'loi.A Pkarl MiLLiKiN^ b. june 19, 1880; m. Sept. 16, iQt^o, in

Warren Co., Ind., Jacob Sr. John.
II. RonKRr Lkroy Millikin', b. Jan. 7, 1884.

III. Clifford Eldora Millikin*, b, Sept. g, 1886.

IV. Dora Pauline Millikin'*, b. May 7, 1893.
V. James Lemuel Millik.in\ b. Oct. 31, 1895.

VI. Alvin Clayton Miij.ikin'*, b. Sept. 6, 1898.
VII. Leon Millikin'', b. Dec. 11, 1899,
\'iii. IsMMA Jane Millikin'', b. Dec. 10, 1901.

8. George Wesley Millikin'', b. in Butler Co., O., Sept. 20, 1849. Farmer
and slock raiser. Single. Residence, Pine Village, Ind.


4. Alfred A. Millikiiv' (1), fourth son of James- (1), b. in Butler Co., O., is living
in Winthrop, Ind. He has not responded to inquiries. Probably has a family.

5. Jennie Milliken^ (1), eldest daut^'Iiter of James- (1), b. in Butler Co., O.; was
m. to a Mr. Riioni:, and lives in Winthrop, Ind.

6. Louisa Millikin^ (1), second daughter of James- (1), b. in Butler Co., O.,
Nov. 5, 1859; was m. Oct. 27, 1881, to William Jasper Rhode, a farmer and
stockraiser in Adams Township, Warren Co., Ind., where he d. Dec. 16, 1900.
They had one child, Jasper Rhode, h. Aug. 12, 1883.

llVillihins of ^*)ntario anb #l)io.



Emanuel Millikin and his four sons from one of the southern counties of Scot-
land, })robably Ayrshire or Dumfrieshire, went with \Mlham of Orange as
soldiers into Ireland, and fought at the Battle of Boyne, July 12, 1690. In con-
sideration of their noble service they received a grant of land in the Parish of
Killenumery, County Leitrim, with homestead at Drumduff, three miles west
of Drumnahare, near the county of Shgo line, and some ten miles from the city of
that name from whence so many families of the Millikins have sailed for Amer-
ica. It has always been an agricultural district and the Millikins who have
lived there have been farmers. Emanuel ^lillikin spent the remainder of his
days on his grant of land. The name of his wife is not known nor the time of
his death. Somewhere not distant from his home, in an old churchyard, and
unmarked by any inscribed monument, the mortal remains of the old and hon-
ored soldier were laid to rest. There is an old family tradition that has been
told at the firesides of hundreds of the Millikin homes, that runs as follows: A
mother had lost several of her sons by death in infancy, and dreamed that if
she would name the babe then sleeping at her side Emaxuel, it would be
spared and grow to manhood; this she did, and the son became an honor to
Ms parents. This name was considered so sacred that it has been handed down
through no less than eight generations of this Millikin family, and is still borne
by the descendants.

When John jMiUikin of Ohio visited Ireland, in i860, as administrator on the
estate of his kinsman, Charles Millikin, he procured a full copy of the original
land grant, or lease, and we had anticipated its publication in this volume, but
the document cannot be found. John Millikin also caused to be examined the
registers in the parishes of Killenumery, Killerry, Coolony, Ballysummiton,
Drumnahare and Balhntocher, but found no vital records of an early date. The
records for the parish of Killenumery only go back to 1810. The only inscribed
monument known to exist in the neighborhood is at the grave of an Emanuel
Millikin, who died March 17, 1798, aged 74 years. At the disestabhshment of
the church of Ireland in 1870, the Parish Registers were handed over to the
Registrar General and lodged in the Pubhc Record Office in Dubhn, and the only
available documents are the Census Records to be found in the Free Public
Library, in Belfast.

The descendants of Emanuel Milhkin, the first known head of this family,
are now scattered into Scotland, England, Canada, United States, and Austra-
lasia, and must be numbered by thousands. They ha\e developed the peculiar
traits of character so conspicuous in the Scotch, and Scotch-Irish, people. Dur-
ing the Methodist reformations in Ireland, many of the MiUikins became com-
municants of that church, and the families in Canada and the State of Ohio are
nearly all of this faith.

Many to whom the compiler has forwarded letters of inquiry with postage
enclosed for rej^ly, have persistently declined to furnish any information, and
this must be the only apology for the imperfect condition of the record.

I. Emanuel Milliken" (2), son of EmanueP (1), was b. in the Lowlands of Scot-


land as early as 1670, and fought by the side of liis father and hrulhcrs at the
lioyne. under William of Orange, July 12, i6go. He was married, — to whom
we do not know, — .and settled on the land grant in county Leitrim, Ireland.

Til the American pedigree this man is re|)resented to be the father of Thomas,
Richard, and Roger, whose families came to Canada and the United States.
This cannot be correct; they were born too late. There was another Emanuel
Millikin. whose gravestone stands in the Killenumery parish churchyard, and
tlic inscription shows that he was born in 1724, and died Mar. 17, 1798, aged
74 vears. Tliis man was also too early born to have been the father of Thomas,
Richard, and Roger, although he must have been of the thirrl generation. We
are convinced that there are missing links in the pedigree written out by John
Millikin of Ohio, but in the absence of dates it is now impossible to make proper

2. John Millikin" (1), second son of EmanueP (1), came with his father and
brothers from the Lowlands of Scotland, and fought at the battle of Boyne,
lulv 12, i6go, being then a young man. We do not know where this son took
up his residence. He had three sons (probably daughters also) named Thomas,
Christopher and John. See 3d generation.

3. David Millikin" (1), third son of EmanueU (1), also came to Ireland with
William of Orange, and was in the battle of Boyne, July 12, 1690. His wife's
name does not appear. He settled in County Sligo, and had issue three sons
(probaljly daughters) named Patrick, David, and Emanuel, of whom with 3d

4. James Millikin" (1), fourth son of Emanuel* (1), went from the Lowlands of
Scotland with his father and brothers when young, and fought with them in
King William's army at the battle of Boyne; and after the war settled some-
where in the north of Ireland. His family came to the United States, and may
have been identical with the ^Nlillikins in Washington and Greene Counties, Penn.,
who came from near Dromore, County Down, Ireland.

2^biri> 6cncrution.


1. John Millikin^ (2), eldest son of EmanueP (2), b. in County Leitrim, or
Sligo, Ireland; m. there Jane Walker, and settled at Castle Bar, in the County
Mayo, where he continued as a farmer until well advanced in years, and raised
a family of six children. He finally sailed for Canada and his wife died at sea.
He settled in South Sherbrook, County of Lanark, Ont., where he d. before his
son John removed to Lambton County. His two sons and four daughters were
named, Rebecca, Jane, Margery, John, Ann, Emanuel.

2. Thomas Millikin^ (2), second son of EmanueP (2), b. in County Sligo, or
Leitrim, Ireland, as early as 1785; was m. to Mary Boon (one says Elizabeth
Boon) and lived on a farm. He d. in Ireland, and his widow and children came
to .\merica, settHng mostly in Ohio. Mrs. Milhkin d. in Johnston, O., at the
age of 55 years. Children's names, Emanuel, Mary, John, Jane, Thomas,
Rebecca, George, Eliza, and Roger.

3. Roger Millikin' (1), third son of Emanuel- (2), was b. in County of Sligo,
Ireland, as early as 1780; m. Mary J.\ckson, daughter of John and Catherine
(.Anderson) Jackson, who was b. in 1782, and d. in 1878, at Smiths Falls, Ont.,
aged 94 years. Mr. ISIillikin d. in the prime of life in Ireland, while his children


were small, his youngest son, George, being only three months old. They li^■ed
in an Episcopal parish near the towns of Ballintocher and Drumnahare, and
about 8 miles from Sligo City, close to Leitrim county line. The farm was
leased from Landlord Farrell, who, becoming reduced in circumstances, came
to live in the MiUikin house. The family then went over the Leitrim line, and
bought a piece of land and built a plain stone house, but continued to shelter
their horses and cows in Landlord Farrell's barns. Here Mrs. MiUikin lived
with her children until 1831, when they sold out and sailed for Canada.

The principal cause for leaving Ireland was Roman CathoUc persecution.
A Miss Farrell, the daughter of Landlord Farrell, was converted under Metho-
dist instrumentality in the city of Sligo, and opened a Sabbath school in one of
the rooms of Mrs. jNIillikin's house. This so exasperated the Romanists in the
neighborhood that they commenced to disturb the family. At one time they
scattered their hay over the farm. Then their hired man, who was a Catholic,
informed them that the Protestants would all be murdered on a certain night.
Thomas and John Milhkin put their guns in order and placed them by the head
of their bed, and one night while John was awake, he heard a window smashed
and shouted to Thomas, "Wake up, the boys have come!" They instantly
seized their guns and made ready to fire on the assailants, but they fled; not,
however, until they had destroyed every window in the house save one. At
another time the Catholics made an attempt to burn the MiUikin house.

About this time Emanuel MiUikin had returned to Ireland from Canada on
business, and advised Mrs. MiUikin to seU out and come to America; this she did,
with the expectation of sailing on the same ship with this kinsman, but he was
detained, and she with her children, in company with another Mrs. MiUikin and
family, crossed the Atlantic. They sailed up the St. Lawrence to Montreal,
and from that city to Brookville. The vessel was towed by horses and oxen.
They were two days making a journey of thirty miles between Brookville and
Smiths Falls, where a niece of Mrs. MiUikin's, a Mrs. Robert Walker, resided.
Here land was purchased and a shanty put up : a low storied affair, covered with
spUt logs, hollowed out to carry off the rain. This was afterwards enlarged and
shingled. The mother remained on the farm with her son John until 1847, or
1848, when she went to visit her sons who had settled in Ohio; she returned to'
her Canadian home in 1863. Children's names, Thomas, John, Richard, Alex-
ander, Roger, George.

4. Richard Emanuel Millikin'' (1), son of EmanueP (2), b. in Killargue? in
Nov., 1777; m. in 1815, Mary Stuart, and hved in Drumduff, where his sons
and a daughter were born. He d. Mar. 2, 1863, aged 86 years. His sons were
named James and John. See 4th generation.


1. Thomas MiUikin'' (3), eldest son of John^ (1), d. in Ireland without leaving a

2. Christopher MiUikin^ (1), second son of John^ (1), lived at Drumduff, on a
part of the land grant; later, moved to Drumnahare, County Leitrim. He m.
Ann Charleton, but did not leave issue. The connections of this man are not
certainly known. John MiUikin of Rusheen, Ireland, makes him the father of
John who m. Sarah Johnston, while the American pedigree makes him a
brother. In the absence of dates we cannot settle this cjucstion.


3. John Millikin^ (3), third son of John^ (1), Uved on the land grant. He was
b. in 1767; m. Sarah Johnston, and d. Nov. 25, 1837, in (iustiivu.s, Trumlxill
Co., O. \\ itli consent of lii> ildest son, he sold out his title to the estate in
Ireland, and moved to the United States about 1832. Was a farmer. lie had
issue ten children, viz.: Thomas, Christopher, Ann, Mary, John, Ellen, Susan,
Margaret, Elizabeth, and Jane.

Andrew Millikin (1), said to have been a brother of Emanuel and Christopher,
was living in Drum(hitT, Ireland, in 1780. This is all we can learn concerning


1. Patrick Millikin^ (2), eldest son of David' (1), was b. in County Shgo, Ire-
land; m. there; engaged in land cultivation; raised a family of sons and daugh-
ters, who were m. in Ireland and whose children came to Mecca, O., and d.
near his })lace of nati\ity. His sons were named Thomas, Patrick, and Charles.
See 4th generation.

2. David Millikin^ (2), second son of David^ (1), was b. in County Sligo, Ireland,
as early as 1770-72; m. for second wife Jane Bowles, and settled on a farm
where his ancestors had domiciled. He d. in middle hfe and the care of the
family devolved upon Rebecca who afterwards m. George Taylor. There were
five sons and two daughters, named John, Rebecca, Richard, Margaret, David,
Thomas, Emanuel.

3. Emanuel Millikin^ (3), third son of David- (1), b. in County Sligo, Ireland;
m., and settled at Castle Taylor. His family came to America many years ago,
but we do not know where they sat down. They had four sons, probably daugh-

J^ourilj (!3cncruiion.


1. Rebecca Millikin^ (1), daughter of John^ (2), b. in County Sligo, Ireland;
was m.. to Simon Costello there, where her six children were born. They did
not come to Canada until six years later than the Hanna family. Their home
was in Woodstock, N. B., Canada. The time of deaths unknown. Issue:
Margaret, John, William, Ann, Samuel, and Thomas.

I. John Costello, m. Caroline Armstrong of London, and lived in

Kinkardin; but removed to Forest County Lambton, Ont., where he d.

in Mar., igoi. His wife d. soon after. Each rising 80. No children.
II. Margaret Costello did not marry. Lives in Woodstock, N. B.
HI. WiLLiA:\r Costello is a bachelor Uving with Margaret at Woodstock,

IV. Ann Costello was the wife of Piper, and had a store at St. ^larys,

near Woodstock, N.B., where she d. in 1904.
V. Samuel Costello, m. and lives near Woodstock, N.B.
VI. Thomas Costello. Residence unknown.

2. Jane Millikin^ (2),'daughter of John^ (2), b. in County Shgo, Ireland, was m.
to William Chester, an English army surgeon, in her native land, and was in
Quebec when her sister came to Canada. He had relatives near Toronto, Ont.
Present residence of family unknown.

3- Margery Millikin* (1), third daughter of John-'' (2), was b. in County Sligo.



Ireland, in 1786; was m. in Ireland to Robert Hanna,* descended from an old
Scotch family, and a son of John Hanna, who owned an estate at Castle Bar,
where he also had several tenants. He, too, came to Canada, and settled near
Portland, where some of the family still reside. She d. Nov. i, 1866, aged 80
years. Her husband d. July 10, 1856, aged 75 years. These d. on the home-
stead near Harlem Village, County Leeds, Ont. Children named as follows:
I. Caroline Hanna, d. Mar. 5, 1844, aged 15 years.
II. Jane Hanna, b. June 9, 1823; m. Sept. 7, 1842, William Gallagher,
farmer, who hved near the village of Harlem, Ont. He afterwards re-
moved to Portland, and thence to Newboro, where he d. at the home of
his son Mar. 8, 1897. He was b. in County Wexford, Ireland, June
13, 1813. Wife d. Dec. 9, 1895. They had 11 children, 9 surviving.

III. J.AMES R. Hanna, b. July 10, 1825; m. Nov. 2, 1852, Jane Gallagher,
and settled on the homestead, where he remained until a short time
before his death (Mar. 27, i9oi),when he retired to Portland Village,
Ont. He united early in life with the \A'esleyan Methodist church, and
continued an active member, being a class leader for a number of years.
Was a Conservative in poHtics. Five children.

IV. LuciNDA Hanna, b. Dec. 12, 1828, in Sherbrooke, Ont.; m. Feb. 8,
1853, John Porter of Strawberry Point, la., where she d. Dec. 23,
1900. She had 8 children, of whom 3 d. in infancy.

V. John Hanna, m. Betsey Hughes and lived in Oelwein, la. He is
deceased. Widow is living. Eight children.
. VI. Ann Hanna, b. July 26, 1819; m. Emanuel IVIillikin, son of David
Millikin, and is living with her son, Isaac MiUikin, in Lucasville, Ont.,
aged 85 years.

4- John Millikin* (4), son of John^ (2), was b. in 1797, in County Mayo, Ire-
land; came to Canada in 1823; was m. to Mary Jones, daughter of Richard
Jones, an officer in the British army during the American Revolution. She was
b. in Canada in 1808, and d. at Port Huron, Mich., in 1899. Mr. Millikin first
settled in Sherbrooke, but subsequently removed to Lambton Co., Ont., where
he d. of consumption in 1854. He had studied for the ministry of the INIethodist
church, but after preaching a few years his health failed and he tried farming.
These had five sons and four daughters. See 5th generation.

5. Ann Millikin* (1), daughter of John^ (2), went to New Orleans, La., with a

relative of her mother's, where she m. Springer, and had children who

now reside there. She d. young.

6. Emanuel Millikin* (4), second son of John^ (2), was b. in Ireland and came
to Canada when a young man in tne year 182 1. He had m. in Ireland to Mary

* Hannay or Hanna, a surname originally Ahannay, and also met with as De Anneth,
belonged to an old family in Galloway, Scotland, supposed to have been of Scandinavian
origin, first mentioned in the end of the 13th century. Gilburtus de Hanyeth was one of the
barons who swore fealty to Edward I. in 1296. They obtained the lands of Sorbie and re-
tained them until the latter part of the 17th century. Their arms occur in the celebrated
M.S. volume of emblazonments of Sir David Lindsay of the Mount, Lord Lion King at
Arms. Sorhieplace, the scat of the family, was anciently a tower of strength and is now a
picturesque ruin, surrounded with wood, a mile east of Sorbie \'illage. A brancli of the
family were created baronets of Nova Scotia. Some offshoots were planted in Ulster, Ire-
land, and from thence the Hannas of Canada are descended. Their arms arc, Three roe-
bucks' heads coupcd, Azure, collared, Or; with a bell pendant thereat, Gules. Motto:
Cresco et Spero.


Maloyk, ami wcnl l);uk alUi- lur in iS^i. Rcluniiii;; to Canada he aclllcd on
a farm in South Shcrbrooki- where he d. His widow sold out and with her
children removed to the United States. Were living at Blue Earth City, Minn.,
when last heard from, hut were desirinj^ to sell out because of f;rasshop[)ers that
<lestroyed their crops. The children were W'ill'uun, W csky, George, Jane, Loiiisii.


1. Emanuel Millikin' (5), eldest son of Thomas' (2), I), in County Leitrim,
Mar. 17. iSog, came with his mother and family to the I'nited States in 183 1[?],
settling in Johnston Townshi]), Trumbull Co., O., and later in Mecca, same
county, where he owned a larL,'i' farm, lie m. Feb. 15, 1839, M.arcarkt Love.
He d. at Mecca, C)., July ih, iSSq. His wife d. Mar. 10, 1875. Ten children,
six sons and four daughters, of whom with 5th generation.

2. Mary Millikin^ (1), eldest daughter of Thomas'* (2), b. in Ireland, in 1810,
was m. to Christophf.r Mii.i.iken, son of John Milliken, and had seven chil-
dren. See sketch under Christopher.

3. John B. Millikin^ (4). second son of Thomas^ (2), b. in Ireland, County

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