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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Leitrim, near Drumdaugh, 1813; came to America with his mother, brothers
and sisters in 1828-9, and settled in Gustavus, Trumbull County, O., where he
subsequently owned a large farm. His wife M.\rg.\ret Boon d. Dec. 21, 1857,
and June 13, 1859, he m. Sar.ati Dexnison Sterret, who is still living in Mecca,
O., to which place he had removed, and where he d. Dec. 6, 1882. B}- his first
wife there were four children; by his second, one child. See 5th generation.

4. Jane Millikin^ (3), second daughter of Thomas^ (2), b. in County Leitrim,
Ireland, came to America with her mother in 182S-9; was m. to Edmund A.
Walsteix Hunter, and lived in Bloomtield, Trumbull Co., O., but afterwards
removed to Philadelphia, where she d. in 1883. Two children named as follows:

I. Dr. Ch.\rles T. Hunter, who was educated mostly in Philadelphia, but
later studied medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating 1868.
He served as resident physician at the Hospital of Pennsylvania, and later
became demonstrator of surgery in the University of Pennsylvania, sur-
geon to the Episcopal Hospital, assistant surgeon to the University Hos-
pital on the service of Dr. D. Hayes Agnew. Later demonstrator of
anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania. In i88r, he received a septic
wound while performing a surgical operation, which later produced
general infection with the envolvement of the membranes of the brain,
and leading to his death in 1884.
II. Elizabeth Rebecca Hunter, was m. to Byron P. Moulton, and has
lived in Chicago, Philadelphia, and during recent years, at Rosemont,
Penn. She declined to furnish any information.

5. Thomas Millikin'" (4), third .son of Thomas^ (2). b. in County Leitrim, Ire-
land, May 16, 1816; came with his mother and brothers and sisters to America

in 183 1, and settled in Ohio. He m. T.\mar Cl.ark, daughter of John Clark, a y^
soldier in the war of 181 2, and his wife, Mary Truesdale, of Beaver Falls,
Penn., whose parents were David Clark, a soldier of the Revolution, and wife,

Jeffords, all of English descent. Thomas and Tamar lived on a large

farm in Johnston Township, Trumbull Co., O., the homestead * being situated

* This was a fine old mansion and the interior was finished throughout with wood and
had no plastered ceilings. The walls were of boards nicely matched and dovetailed, and
were decorated with handpaintcd garlands. This house was built about 1815 and remains
practically unchanged. The family moved into this residence in 1S59. Thomas had built
a brick house on another farm in 1S45, still standing and occupied by his son Richard.


on a State road four miles from the village of Courtland, and thirteen miles from
Warren, O. He d. Dec. 19, 1875, ^^^^ ^^is wife d. Jan. 6, 1889. Thomas Milli-
kin was possessed of a singularly sweet disposition and was a great lover of books.
He was a man of sterling integrity, and much respected in his community; was a
true type of the early settlers who made Ohio what it is. Mrs. Millikin was a
woman of rare strength of character, of magnificent physical development, and
sunny temperament. They were both generous and broadminded, and the
homestead was a rendezvous for all in need. They kept open house and hearth
with the prodigal hospitality characteristic of the pioneers, but left their large
family all in comfortable circumstances. To be "just plain farmers" with them
means now a good deal of thrift, comfort, and somewhat of luxuries. There
were eight children. See 5th generation.

6. Rebecca Millikin^ (2), third daughter of Thomas^ (2), b. in County Leitrim,
Ireland; came with her mother and family to Ohio, in 1831. She was m. to
Richard Millikin, son of Roger Millikin, and lived at Bloomfield, O., where
she d. Dec. 13, 1874, aged 50 years. Richard d. Oct. 24, 1890, at the age of 75
years. Two sons. See 5th generation.

7. Roger Millikin* (2), fourth son of Thomas^ (2); d. in infancy.

8. George Millikin"* (1), fifth son of Thomas^ (2), b. in Leitrim, Ireland; came
to Ohio, with his mother, and d. unm.

9. Eliza Millikin* (1), fourth daughter of Thomas^ (2), b. in County Leitrim,
Ireland, came to Ohio with her mother in 183 1, lives in Trumbull Co., O., unm.

10. Roger Millikin'* (2), sixth son of Thomas^ (2), b. in County Leitrim, Ireland,
d. unm. in Ohio, whither he came when a lad with his mother.


1. Thomas Millikin* (5), eldest son of Roger^ (1), was b. in Ireland, and came
to Canada with his mother, brothers, and sisters, in 183 1; and later moved to
Bloomfield, O., where he lived for many years, owning a fine farm there. He
had six sons and several daughters, of whom with 5th generation.

2. John Millikin* (5), son of Roger^ (1), was b. Mar. 26, 1813, near Dromnahare
Village, County Sligo, Ireland; came to Canada in 1831, sailing from Sligo,
being five weeks on the voyage. Several Alillikins, who were kindred, came on
the same ship. He was m. Aug. 22, 1838, to Miss Eliza Tomlinson, daughter
of Matthew and Elizabeth Tomlinson, at the home of her uncle, Mr. Thomas
Kerfoot, Township of Montague, in the County of Lanark, near Smiths Falls,
Ont., by Rev. Wilham McFadden. Mrs. Millikin was b. Mar. 22, 1815, and d.
Apr. 16, 1900. Mr. Millikin settled on a farm two miles south of Smiths Falls,
on which their eight children were born. They then removed to a farm three
miles north of Smiths Falls, where he remained until the autumn of 1894, when
he and wife and the youngest daughter moved to town. There his wife and
daughter died, and he went to live with his daughter, Mrs. Kerfoot, where he
remains, at the age of 90, in comparatively good health. He helped build the
first Methodist church at Smiths P'alls, and was class leader, steward, and
trustee. In 1838, the year of his marriage, he was drafted to serve in the Re-
beUion and spent his honeymoon in the army at Brookville, while his bride re-
mained on the farm with his mother.

His farm consisted of 250 acres, and while in Montague he kept 9 horses,
15 cows, 30 head of young stock, and 50 sheep. There were eight children.
See 5th generation.









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3. Richard Millikin' (2), thinl son of Roger" (1), b. in Ireland, wi-nt wiiii his
mother and brothers to Canada, and later to Hloomlleld, ()., where he became
a successful farmer, and was a man respectetl for his intelligence, ability, and
integrity, in the community. He m. Rkbiccca Mili.ikix, a daughter of Thomas
and Mary (Boon) Millikin, who d. Dec. 13, 1S74. Riiliard Millikin d. Oct. 24,
1890, leaving two sons. See 5th generation.

4. Alexander Millikin^ (1), fourth son of Roger' (1), b. in Ireland, Oct. 31, 1816;
m. Jan. 25, 1844, at Smith's Falls, Canada, M.\RV Mii.i.Kk. lie came from
Ireland to Canada along with his brothers, in 1831, and later migrated to bloom
ington. Trumbull Co., O.. where he owned a farm and lived for manv vears,
and where his numerous family were born and brought up. He now lives with
one of his sons at Burg Hill, O., a venerable man. For the names of children,
see 5th generation.

5. Roger Millikin^ (2), fifth son of Roger^ (1), b. near Dromnahare Village,
County Sligo, Ireland, in 1818; came to Canada with his mother and brothers
in 183 1 ; m., 1839, J.\ne T.wlor, daughter of George and Rebecca (Millikin)
Taylor, at South Sherbrooke, County Lanark, Ont. She was b. at Perth, County
Lanark, Ont., July 4, 1822, and d. at Bay City, jNIich., July 4, 1872. He was
an Episcopalian. Died at Bay City, Mich., 1879. ^i"^ children. See 5th

6. George Millikin^ (2), si.xth son of Roger^ (1), b. in Ireland, came to Canada
in 183 1 ; later moved to Trumbull Co., O., m., and had two daughters, twins,
Minnie and Gcorgie.


1. James Millikin^ (2), son of Richard-"* (3), b. in Drumduft", Parish of Killenu-
mery, in 1816; m. Rebecca Stuart, lived in his native parish, and had one son.
He d. there Dec. 25, 1891, aged 75. His wdfe d. July 10, 1880. Son, Richard
Emanuel, b. ^lay 8, 1871; d. Nov. 15, 1892.

2. Rebecca Millikin'' (4), daughter of Richard^ (3), b. in Drumdufif, Ireland,
1824, d. (presumably unm.) May i, 1883.

3. John Millikin' (5), son of Richard^ (3), b. in DrumdufT, Killenumery, in
1S18; m. Oct. 31, 1864, Sarah Alexander, and went to live at Rusheen, Countv
Sligo, where he d. Mar. 25, 1895. His wife d. July 20, 1894. Issue, four sons
and one daughter, named as follows:

I. Richard Millikin^, b. Nov. 4, 1866; d. July 27, 1896.

II. James Millikin-', b. July 11, 1868; d. Jan. 23, 1879.
III. JoHX Millikin"', b. Apr. 8, 1870, living at Rusheen, unm., with his

w. Mary Jane Millikin^, b. May 11, 1872, unm.

V. Thomas Alexander Millikin^, b. Oct. 31, 1876; d. Sept. 29, 1S93.


1. Thomas Millikin^ (6), eldest son of John'' (3), b. in Ireland, came to Mecca,
O., and settled on a farm there. He m. Mary Ann Groves, by whom si.x
children. See 5th generation.

2. Christopher Millikin^ (3), second son of John^ (3), b. in County Lcitrim,
Ireland, July 15, 1S05. He came to the United States in 1829, with his parents,
by way of New York, his trip across the ocean being made in a saihng vessel,
requiring six weeks for the passage. He was accompanied by ]Mary Millikin,


his kinswoman, who afterwards became his wife, and her brother, John B.
MiUikin. For several years he worked on the Ohio and Pennsylvania canal,
as stone mason, in the neighborhood of Pittsburgh. During this time he made
some negotiation toward purchasing a farm at $35 per acre, which is now the
heart of Allegheny City, Pa. Later on, he went to Gustavus, Trumbull Co., O.,
where was then a wilderness, purchased a hundred acre tract of land, and carved
out his farm from dense woods. As soon as a home was provided, he took to
himself his Mary, daughter of Thomas and Eliza (Boon) Millikin. In 185 1,
he sold his farm in Gustavus, and purchased one of 160 acres in Rowland Town-
ship, Trumbull Co., O., a short distance from the now city of Warren. The
principal motive for this change was that his family might enjoy better educa-
tional advantages than were possible in the more remote district. By hard work
and frugal living, he accumulated a good competency for the time, so that when
old age forced him to relinquish active labor, he left the farm and moved to a
house he had built in the city of \^'arren, where he hved the balance of his days.
His wife d. July 18, 1878, aged 68 years; he d. Nov. 14, 1890, aged 85 years.
There were born to them seven children, of whom with 5th generation,

3. Ann Millikin^ (3), eldest daughter of John^ (3), b. in Ireland, 1806, was m. to
Thomas Sadler, farmer, and settled in JVIecca, Trumbull Co., O., about 1832.
She d. Jan. i, 1862, at Parkman, O. She was the mother of nine children, named
as follows:

I. Dr. George Sadler, b. July 17, 1836; m. Mary Sutherland, daugh-
ter of Col. C. Sutherland of Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan. 3, i860. Has
been a practicing physician for 43 years. Was surgeon during the
Civil War in 99th and 50th regiments, Ohio Vol. Inf.
II. Jacob J. Sadler, b. Apr. 5, 1838; m. Hellen M. Russell, daughter
of Hon. Luther Russell, 1864; was private in iSist Ohio regiment, and
was taken prisoner at Corinthiana, Ky. Business, coal merchant.
He d. at Mantua, O., May 19, 1882. One daughter.

III. Sarah J. Sadler, b. June 17, 1840; m. Alvah Harshman, engineer,
and lives in Mesopotamia, O. She had eight children.

IV. Margaret M. Sadler, b. Nov. 19, 1842; m. David Pelton, hotel
man, and hves at Trombley, Wood Co., O. No children.

V. Dr. Jonathan Sadler, b. Sept. 2, 1844; m. Caroline Taylor, of
Columbus, O., and is a practicing surgeon in that city. He served in
two regiments of the Union army from '62 to '65 ; was taken prisoner
at Harpers Ferry; was paroled, re-enlisted, and went with Sherman to
the sea. One child.
VI. Arthur Sadler, b. Sept. 11, 1846; m. Emma Coleman, and is cus-
todian of the Conservatory of Music, Oberlin College, O.
VII. William E. Sadler, b. Feb. 2, 1850; m. Charlotte Goodman, and

"runs" a hotel at Bloomdale, O. Two children.
VIII. Thomas J. Sadler, b. July 4, 1848; m. Elizabeth Stonge, and is
practicing law at Elmore, O. One son.
IX. Mary A. Sadler, 1). Aug. 3, 1852; d. in infancy.

4. Mary Millikin'* (1), second daughter of John^ (3), b. in Ireland; came to
America; was m. to Jonathan Sadler (brother of Thomas, husband of Ann),
by whom she had one son. She was m., 2d, to Lester Button, by whom she
had six children. They lived on a farm at Johnston, Trumbull Co., O.


I. Jonathan- Sadi.kr Jk., !>. 1834; tl. Dec. 31, 1895.
n. i-'i.KTK Hi'TToN. 1). , (I. iinm.

III. Paci: HiTTON. 1). |iil\ 5, 1S44; 111. Sylvia Deilii, and lixes in Jnhnston,
Trunibull Co., O. I-armtT. Served in Civil War. Four children.

IV. Davis Button, 1>. Mar. 25, 1845; ni. Kittii: Croves, and lives in
Bloominj^ton, Mi( h. I'^armcr. One son.

V. Filkta ikiTTON, h. Jail. 27, 1847; "1- I'niLO Fenn, fiimicT, Johnston,

Trumbull Co., O. No issue.
VI. Wallace Button, 1). Oct. 23, 1849; ^- i-i""""-
VII. A\'iT.T.TAM Button, b. June 26, 1854; d. a child.

4. John Millikin^ (6), third son of John-'' (3), b. in County Lcilrim, Ireland,
May 5, 1813; m. Dec. 28, 1842, Mary Lewis, b. June 22, 1822. She was given
away by her mother, her father being dead, wheo she was six years of age, and
does not know her ])arcnts' names. Simpson Cowden, and Amanda Elmira
Burgdorf, ])n)Ught this cliild from Lcetown, Oneida Co., N.Y., to Greenburg, Trum-
bull Co., O., in an oxcart. Mr. Millikin came to Ohio with his parents in 1832.
Was a farmer. He d. Aug. 26, 1899, in Cortland, O. Widow still living with
her daughter in Warren, O. These had two daughters, named as follows:

I. Amanda Almira Millikin^, b. in Gustavus, O., Dec. 5, 1842; was m.
Apr. 17, 1859, to Lucius Alling, b. in Johnson, O., Feb. 8, 1833. Their
residence is in Warren, O. Two children.

(i) Edmund J. Alling, b. Oct. 9, 1861, in Kingman, O. He d.

Feb. 12, 1890.
(2) Cora Ailing, h. Feb. 8, 1875, ^^ Johnston, O.

II. Emeline Millikin\ b. Apr. 13, 1847, in Gustavus, O., then called
"Irishtown," being an Irish settlement. She was m. Sept. 4, 1867, to
Robert J. Sipes, farmer, in Mercer Co., Pa., who was b. Apr. 12, 1842,
in Westmoreland, Armstrong Co., Pa. These reside in Warren, O.
Two children:

(i) A'. May Sipes, h. Sept. 3, 1868, in Vernon, O.
(2) K. Moore Sipes, b. Aug. 9, 1882, in Kingman, O.

5. Ellen Millikin' (1), third daughter of John^ (3), b. in Ireland, 1812; came
to Ohio; was m. to John W. Langley, farmer, and had four children, named
as follows:

I. Morgan Langley, m. Hattie Otis; d. Nov. 2, 1900. Three children.

II. Nora Langley, m. Mr. Morse and lives in Los Angeles, Cal. Two

III. John C. Langley, lives in Denver, Col. No children.

IV. Marcenus C. Langley, lives in Denver, Col. Three children.

6. Susan Millikin^ (1), fourth daughter of John^ (3), b. in Ireland ; d. young, unm.

7. Margaret Millikin* (4), fifth daughter of John^ (3), b. near Sligo, Co. Sligo,
Ireland, Dec. 26, 1819; was m. Mar. 18, 1845, to George W. Langley, who was
b. in Vernon, O., Apr. 25, 1821. She came to Gustavus, O., from Ireland,
at the age of ten, and has lived in Vernon, O., since her marriage. Mr. Langley
was a son of John and Mary Langley. Farmer. Member of the M. E. Church.
He d. Nov. 6, 1899. Children's names, subjoined.

I. Jasper S. Langley, b. Mar. 10, 1846; m. June 15, 1873, Arvilla Fell,
and had issue. He m. 2d, Florence Thompson, and had issue. He
d. July 6, 1900. Resided on a farm in \'crn()n. O. 'Widow living in
Kinsman, O.


n. Emery J. Langley, b. Apr. i, 1850; m. Dec. 8, 1875, Ellen Biggin

and lives on his farm in Vernon, O. Four children.
ni. Alfred B. Langley, b. Mar. i, 1855; m. Nov. 6, 1886, Ida Marsh
and Hves on his farm in Vernon, O. One son.

8. Elizabeth Millikin'* (1), sixth daughter of John^ (3), b. in Sligo Co., Ire-
land, Feb. 22, 1826; came to Ohio when a child; was m. at Vernon, O., May
22, 1844, to John Walters Muse, b. Oct. 13, 1823, and fell in battle during
the Civil War at Champion Hills, May 19, 1863. They Uved in New Lebanon,
Mercer Co., Pa. Moved to Milan, 111., in 1854. She d. at Milan, 111., Oct. 7,
1899. Their children, named as follows:

I. Oletha Jane Muse, b. May 13, 1845; teacher at Sears, 111. Home at

Milan, 111.
II. James Addison Muse, b. Aug. 25, 1846, at New Lebanon, Pa. He

m. Apr. II, 1869, at Siskilwa, 111., Caroline A. Jack, and resides at

Rock Island, 111. Is a machinist.

III. Ambrose Leonidas Muse, b. Dec. i, 1848, at New Lebanon, Pa.;
was killed by the kick of a horse at Edgington, 111., in July, 1867. He
was a farmer.

IV. Sarah Fleta Muse, b. Dec. 26, 1850, at New Lebanon, Pa. She m.
June 29, 1885, William H. Prescott, nephew of the Historian, and d.
Sept. 5, 1886, at Rockford, Mich. No children.

V. Mary Ad aline Muse, b. Dec. 4, 1851, d. in infancy.

\t:. Hannah Mitilda Muse, b. July 11, 1854, near Milan, 111.; m. May

30, 1876, at Moline, 111., John A. Johnson. One child. She was a

teacher; now a story- writer for magazines. Residence, Rock Island,


VII. Adda Ellen Muse, b. Apr. 27, 1858, at Milan, III, is a teacher of

Pubhc Instruction, Rock Island, 111. Her home at Milan.
v\\\. Stella Muse, m. Charles Witheral, and lives at Rock Island, 111.
IX. William Foster Muse, b. July 14, i860; m. June 16, 1889, Lillian

Duncan, and hves in Mason City, la. One child.
X. Carrie Armind'a Muse, b. Aug. 17, 1862; m. Apr. 9, 1888, Rev.
George Ryder; d. Jan. 28, 1894, at Monrovia, Cal. Left two children.

9. Jane Millikin* (3), youngest daughter of John^ (3), b. in Ireland, came when
a child to Ohio, and d. unm.


1. Thomas Millikin^ (7), eldest son of Patrick^ (1), b. in Ireland; m.; raised a
family; d. in County Leitrim (Drumceron) Ireland, and his widow and children
went to Australia. He had four sons, names unknown.

2. Patrick Millikin' (2), second son of Patrick^ (1), b. in County Leitrim, Ire-
land; d. in the parish of Killenumery. No records.

3. Charles Milllkin'* (1), third son of Patrick^ (1), came to the United States in
1832, settling in Warren, O., where he d. about 1875, aged 70 years. He was
unm. Had acquired considerable property, and a John Millikin went to Ire-
land to look up his heirs; hence, this genealogy was compiled, in part, and pre-


I. John Millikin'* (6), son of David^ (2), was b. in County Sligo, Ireland, in the
year 1778; came to Canada in 1822, and settled in Sherbrooke, Lanark Co.,




Ont ; and in the year 1826, he m. Eleanor Young, who d. Jan. 11, 1886. He
assisted in clearing 500 acres of forest land in Sherljrooke, but disposed of
his estate there, and moved to Sombra, Ont., where he settled on a farm, and
where he d. Feb. 18, 1800, at the great age of 102 years. He was in many re-
spects a remarkable man. Up to his one hundredth year he had never suffered
from anv illness, and, on that birliiday, walked a distance of ten miles to visit
his daughter in Wallaceburg. Leaving at an early hour he arrived about 9
o'clock A.M., carrying with him the "Life of Gideon Ousley," under whose
preaching he was converted. His liible, that he read daily for so many years,
was much soiled and worn. He was for 80 years a devout member of the Metho-
dist churcli. lie and wife were buried in Sarnia Cemetery. Ten children.
See 5th generation.

2. Rebecca Millikin'' (4), eldest daughter of David'' (2), b. in County Sligo,
Ireland, May 21, 1794; was m. by church of England ceremony to George
Taylor, a member of the Episcopal church, b in Ireland, 1785, and was a sol-
dier who took part in the Rebellion of 1798; came to Canada in 1822, and settled
in County Lanark, Ont., but in June, 1846, removed to Sarnia, Lamblon Co.,
where he ])urchased a farm, and where they li\ed the remainder of their days.
Mrs. Taylor lost her parents when the children were small and tlie sole care of
the family fell upon her; of this responsibility she faithfully acquitted herself.
She d. Sept. 17, 1856, aged 62 years, and Mr. Taylor d. Apr. 20, 1865. She
was a Methodist. They were buried in Lake Mew Cemetery, Sarnia, Ont.
To them were b. eight children, named as follows:

I. David Taylor, b. in County Shgo, Ireland, INIay 21, 1820; m. May
12, 1852, in Sarnia, Ont., M.ary Jane Johnston, who d. May 21,
1904, at Fairmount, North Dakota, and was buried in Featherston
Cemetery, Redwing, Mimi., where he still resides. Members of Epis-
copal Methodist church. Nine children: Benjamin, George, Rebecca,
MciUie A., David J., Delia A., James C, Mi/ledge /., and Joseph B.
II. Jane Taylor, b. July 4, 1822, at Perth, County Lanark, Ont., was
m. at South Sherbrooke, Ont., to Roger Million, son of Roger, of
Smith's Falls, Ont., and d. at Bay City, Mich., July 4, 1872. He
also d. there. They were EpiscopaHans. To them were b. si.x chil-
dren: Margaret A., Mary, Caroline, Jennie A., Kiltie V., and George B.
See Roger Millikin's family.

III. Marg.\ret T.aylor, b. in Matilda, County Grcnville, Ont., Nov. 17,
1824; was m. at Sarnia, Ont., in St. George's Church, Fel). 20, 1850,
by Rev. George Salter, to George Lucas, who carried on the saddlery
and harness business from 1845; retired in 1877; d. July 13, 1895,
aged 75 years. Was an Episcopalian. Born in Beckwith, Ont.
\Vidow still living at 200 Vidal Street, Sarnia. Nine children: George,
Susan I., James, Rebecca, Caroline, Emily, Benjamin S., David W. H.,
and Wellington R. J.

IV. Emily Taylor, b. in South Sherbrooke, Ont., June, 1826; was m. at
Sarnia, Ont., June, 1849, to William Cole of Sarnia, b. June 21,
1824, in County Antrim, Ireland; Presbyterian; d. .\i)r. 20, 1890, at
Detroit, Mich.; buried in Lake View Cemetery, Sarnia. Widow living
at Osborne, County Lambton, Ont. Six children: Samuel, George,
Jennie, Rebecca, Margaret, Caroline, and Annie.

V. George T.wxor, b. in So. Sherbrooke, Ont., 1829; m. Elizabeth


Matthews at Sarnia, Ont., who b. in Dublin, Ont., Feb., 1833, d.
Mar. 20, 1893, and buried in Lake View Cemetery, Sarnia. Four
children: William D., Thomas, Jennie, and James.
VI. Caroline Taylor, b. in So. Sherbrooke, Ont., 1^33 ; m.at Sarnia, Ont.,
in 1853, to Thomas Featherston of Red Wing, Minn., where
she d. and was buried, and there her husband still lives. Six children:
Halcyon, Mary A., O. C, Northwest, Grant, and Myrtle B. Members
Ep. ^leth. Church.

VII. John Taylor, b. in So. Sherbrooke, Ont., July 16, 1832; m. Nov. 17,
1859, Mary Ann Proctor, b. Dec. 30, 1827, in Martin, County
Lincoln, England, coming to Quebec June 12, 1834, and to Sarnia,
Ont., Jan. 6, 1835. He d. Mar. 17, 1904; buried in Lake View Ceme-
tery, Sarnia. Seven children: Ann P., Reuben P., John G., James N.,
Alfred E., Samuel G., and Thomas G. J. Mrs. Taylor is living at 132
Proctor Street, Sarnia, Ont.

VIII. Benjamin James Taylor, b. in So. Sherbrooke, Ont., June 10, 1838;
m. in 1868, Margaret Featherston, and d. May 12, 1903, at
Red Wing, Minn. Was buried in Featherston Cemetery, there. Widow
still at their old home, R. R. No. 5. They were both Methodists.
Four children: Lilly, Clarence, Harold, and Arthur.

3. Richard Millikin^ (7), son of David^ (2), b. in County Shgo, Ireland; came
to Canada with his brothers and settled in So. Sherbrooke, now Maberly, where
he remained until his death. He did not marry.

4- Margaret Millikin* (5), daughter of David^ (2), b. in the parish of Ballytogan,
County Shgo, Ireland, (say) 1793; was m. to Thomas Conboy of the adjoining
parish of Ballysummitan, same county, who d. in 1840. The widow and chil-
dren remained in Ireland until 1850, when they followed their kindred to Canada.
She d. Apr. 10, 1883, at Plympton, County of Lambton, Ont., aged 90 years,
and was buried in Wyoming Cemetery. To this pair eleven children were born,
named as follows:

I. John Conboy, b. July 4, 1815, and m. in Ireland ; wife's name unknown.
II. Thomas Conboy, b. Dec. 26, 181 7; d. in Ireland, about 1842.

III. Jane Conboy, b. Dec. 24, 1819; m. a Mr. Craig; d. at Toronto, Ont.,

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