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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days of the Civil War, and, later, enhsted in the 5th Kansas Vol. Cavalry, and was
promoted to quartermaster of his regiment. After serving three years, and
about the time of expiration of his term of enlistment, he died, and was buried at
Pine Bluff. He was posses.sed of good business ability and had already secured
valuable holdings in real estate, cattle, and cotton, and would have been a man
of means had he lived to straighten out his alTairs. He was a large man, more
than six feet in stature. Was popular with his regiment.

4. Percy C. Millikin'' (1), third son of Christopher'* (3), b. June 17, 1848; m.
Mar. 8, 18S1, Della Taggart, daughter of Merritt Seeley and EmeUne (Bryant)
Taggart, b. July 9, 1856, in Ripon, Fond du Lac Co., Wis. He w^as educated
in the pubhc schools, and in the Western Reserve Academy, Farmington, O.
In 1878, he went to Kansas; afterwards settled at Galena, Cherokee Co., and
has been a prominent citizen, interested in the growth of that flourishing mineral
town. He is engaged in the real estate business. Children named as follows:



322 MILLIKINS OF ONTARIO AND OHIO.

I. Perry March Millikin", b. June 30, 1883.
II. William Hanson Millikin'', b. Mar. 22, 1888.
III. Bryant Taggart Millikin**, b. May 27, 1890.

Dr. Benjamin L. Milliken^ (1), fourth son of Christopher^ (3), b. Dec. 24,
185 1 ; m. Dec. i, 189 1, Julia Walworth Severance of Cleveland, O., where
he now resides. He was educated in the district schools in Howland Town-
ship, Trumbull Co., O., later graduating from the high school of Warren, O.,
in 1870. In the fall of 1870 he entered Alleghany College, graduating therefrom
in June, 1874. In 1875 he entered upon the study of medicine, in the office of
Dr. Julian Harmon, at Warren, O. In Sept., 1876, he entered the Medical
Department of the Univcrsit)'^of Pa., graduating therefrom in Mar., 1879. On
competitive examination he was elected as House Physician and Surgeon to
theHospital of the University of Pa., enteringupon his dutiesOct. i, 1879, serving
in that capacity for one year. During this time he was elected Resident Physi-
cian of the Children's Hospital of Phila., entering upon his duties in Sept., 1880.
While holding this position he was elected as Resident Surgeon to Will's Eye
Hospital, Phila., serving two terms in this post, his service terminating in April,
1882. In the Fall of 1882, he began practice in Cleveland, O. In June, 1883,
he sailed for Europe, spending six months in visiting various countries and cities,
attending many of the prominent eye clinics of Europe. He again took up the
practice of medicine in Cleveland in Nov., 1883, since when he has been in active
practice. In 1884, he was elected Visiting Ophthalmic Surgeon to Charity
Hospital, Cleveland. In 1889 he again visited Europe, spending six months
abroad. In 1893 he was elected Prof, of Ophthalmology in the Medical Dept.
Western Reserve Univ., which position he still occupies. In 1895, he was elected
Visiting Ophthalmologist to Lakeside Hospital, still holding this post. In the
meantime he was elected Ophthalmologist to St. Alexis Hospital, St. John's
Hospital and the Cleveland City Hospital, serving some time in each of these
institutions. In 1900 he was elected Dean of the Medical Department, Western
Reserve University, by the Trustees, for the period of three years, and in 1903
was re-elected for a similar term. He has been a member of all of the local
medical societies, of the Ohio State Society, the Amer. Med. Association, and
for a numV)er of years has been a member of the Amer. Ophthalmological So-
ciety. He has been a member of the Union Club of Cleveland since Jan., 1886,
was an original memVjer of the University Club, and of the Euclid Club, of
Cleveland. He has contributed a number of articles to various medical journals,
and to the' published transactions of the various medical societies. Children's
names as follows:

I. Hellen Emily Millikin^, b. Feb. 21, 1893.
II. Severance Allen Millikin", b. July 13, 1895.

III. Marianne Elizabeth Millikin", b. Dec. 18, 1896.

IV. Dudley Long Millikin^, b. Dec. 7, 1898.
v. Louise Millikin", b. Mar. 7, 1901.

6. Martha Rebecca Millikin"' (1), youngest daughter of Christo])her^ (3), b.
Oct. 24, 1853, lives in Warren, O., unm.

CHILDREN OF EMANUEL AND MARGARET LOVE.

1. Sarah E. Millikin'' (2), eldest daughter of Enianuel' (5), b. Mar., 1840; liv-
ing unm. in Mecca, O.

2. Thomas S. Millikin' (11), eldest son of Emanuel^ (5), b. Aug. 25, i84i;d.
June 6, 1882, unm.



MILL! KINS OF ONTARIO AND OHIO. 323

3. Benjamin L. Millikin"' (3), second son of Emanuel' (5), b. Apr. 3, 1843; m.
June 12, 1898, Bktskv IIooxkr, and lives on tlie old homestead, Mecca, ().
No children.

4. Mary Jane Milliken' (4), second daughter of EmanueP (5), b. Sept., 1844; d-
Oct. 20, 1852.

5. Rebecca A. Millikin^ (4), third dauj^'hter of Emanuel' (5), b. .\pr. 16, 1846;
lives in Mecca, ()., unm.

6. Florella Millikin'' (1), fourth (iau}i;hter of Emanuel' (5j, b. in .Mecca, U.,
May 10, 1848; was m. in Sharon, Mercer Co., Pa., Mar. 27, 1875, ^o Joseph
Renfrew B.\ker, b. there Sept. 30, 1841, son of Elijah and Elizabeth (Titus)
Baker; moved to Roodhouse, Ills., Apr. 5, 1S76, and now lives there. Farmers
and stockbreeders. Children named as follows:

I. DwiGHT Emanuel Baker, b. Apr. 27, 1876.

II. Anna Ida Baker, b. Aug. 26, 1877.

III. Margaret Elizabeth Baker, b. Dec. 14, 1878.

i\ . Rebecca Lea Baker, b. Sept. 28, 1880.

V. Phvliss Viola Baker, b. A])r. 30, 1882.

VI. Edith Mabel Baker, b. Mar. 9, 1884.

VTi. Joella Baker, b. Mar. 6, 1886.

7. George Millikin'' (6), third son of Emanuel'(5),b. Julyii, i849;d. Oct.4,1852.

8. Milton L. Millikin' (1), fourth son of EmanueP (5), b. May 10, 1851; m.
Mar., 1873, Charlotte Cutter, and lives in Warren, O. They have had
five children, named as follows:

I. Frederick Millikin", b. Nov. 3, 1878; m.

II. Margaret Millikin", b. Feb. i, 1880; m. Lionel King, and Hves in
Ashtabula, O. One child.

III. Steward Emanuel Millikin", b. July 12, 1881. Single.

IV. Earnest Millikin", b. July 9, 1891.

9. James E. Millikin'' (3), fifth son of Emanuel' (5), b. Feb. 28, 1853; d. Oct.
22, 1861.

10. Walston A. Millikin' (1), sixth son of Emanuel' (5), b. Aug. 14, 1858; m.
Aug., 1877, Marv Aulse, and d. Nov. 4, 187S. One daughter, Alice, m.
Jan. 10, 1899. Perry Mapcs (b. Jan. 10, 1878), living in Courtland, O.

CHILDREN OF JOHN B. AND MARGARET BOON.

1. Mary Jane Millikin' (5), eldest daughter of John' (4), b. Oct. 18, 1841;
was m. May 16, 1874, to John D. Parke, of Bloomfield, O., and d. Dec. 21,
1897. One child by this union.

I. \'esta M. Parke, b. Oct. 10, 1877; m. Sept. 25. 1901, Willi.am Rice,
Cireensburg, O.

2. Elizabeth Millikin' (4), second daughter of John^ (4), b. Oct. 10, 1843; ^1-
in Mar., 1882, unm.

3. Thomas D. Millikin' (12), eldest son of John' (4), b. Sept. 8, 1847; m. J^n. 7,
1875, ^L\RV A. Cowdery and lives in Lordsburg, Cal. No issue.

4. Sarah A. Millikin' f4). third daughter of John' (4), b. Aug. 8, 1853; was m.
Mar. 15. 1881, to 1'J)Ward Parks, and d. without issue, Jan. 5, 1883.

5. Luella M. Millikin' (1), fourth daughter of John' (4), (by his second wife)
1). Mar. 30, 1861 : living in Mecca, Trumbull Co.. O., unm.



324 MILLIKINS OF ONTARIO AND OHIO.

CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND TAMAR CLARK.

T. George Roger Millikin' (4), eldest son of Thomas'* (4), b. in Johnston,
Trumbull Co., ()., June 23, 1845; "■>• ^ct. 8, 1871, Louisa McLain and resides
in Akron, O. His wife d. Jan. 19, 1904. Two children:
I. Emma Louisa Million*', b. Mar. 3, 1876; at home.
II. William V. Millikin'^, b. June 3, 1878.

2. John Clark Millikin'^ (8), second son of Thomas* (4), b. in Johnston,
Trumbull Co., O., Feb. 23, 1846, is now living in Euclid, Oklahoma, unm.

3. Thomas Jefferson Millikin' (13), third son of Thomas* (4), b. in Johnston,
Trumbull Co., O., Dec. 31, 1848; m. Hannah Cram, and Hves in his native
|)lace as a farmer. Children's names Elizabeth,^ and Clark.^

4. Richard Millikin' (8), fourth son of Thomas* (4), b. in Johnston, Trumbull
Co., O., Sept. I, 1850; m. Addie Root and is a farmer in his native town.
Children: Byron^, Fay^, Erastus^, and Edith. ^

5. James Truesdall Millikin^ (5), fifth son of Thomas* (4), b. Dec. 2, 1842; m
Hester Cram, who d. Feb. 12, 1803, and lives in Johnston, Trumbull Co., O.
One child, Archie.

6. Dr. Charles Waldstein Millikin^ (1), sixth son of Thomas* (4), and Tamar
Clark, was b. in Johnstown, Trumbull Co., O., Apr. 17, 1856; was m. Oct.
9, 1894, to Katherine McEbright, daughter of Dr. Thomas and Nancy
(Liggett) McEbright, descended from Judge Thomas and Elizabeth (Kirk)
McEbright, very early settlers in Ohio. Dr. Millikin was educated in the coun-
try schools near his home, in the Western Reserve Academy at West Farmington,
O., and later attended medical lectures at the University of Penn., where he
graduated in 1880. He subsequently served as Resident Physician at the Har-
risburg Hospital, Penn., and at the Philadelphia Hospital. He has been actively
engaged in the practice of medicine throughout his professional career at Akron,
O., where his patronage has been extensive. He is a great lover of books and
of unassuming disposition. No children. See portrait.

7. Allen Millikin^ (1), seventh son of Thomas* (4), b. Oct. 19, 1857; m. Eliza-
beth BucKSTAN, and lives in Bazetta Township, O. Children named as follows:
Claud, Clyde, Marion-Tamar, and Anna.

8. Elizabeth Millikin'^ (4), youngest daughter of Thomas* (4), b. July 4, i860;
was m. to Archie Cram * and lives in Johnston, Trumbull Co., O. Children
named as follows: Charles F., Harry, Alton, and Horace.

CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND SARAH A. HUGHS.

1. Thomas Millikin' (14), eldest son of Thomas* (8), b. on Lot 19, Conces-
sion 10, of " Drummond," So. Sherbrooke, Ont., Oct. 17, 1833; m. May 29,
1857, Elizabeth Thompson, b. Aug. 8, 1832, on Lot No. 6, Concession No. 6,
Sherbrooke. Her father was a Scotchman, b. in Jedburg, Mar. 23, 1797, and
d. in 1875. His wife, whose maiden name does not appear, b. Apr. 25, 1811, near
Glasgow. They sailed in the ship "Rocky Marches." For children, see 6th
generation.

2. John Emanuel Millikin' (9), second son of Thomas* (8), b. in Mabcrly,
Sherbrooke, Ont., 1837; was m. Jan. 22, 1873, to Elizabeth Ashby, daughter

* Hester and Archie Cram are cousins, brought up in one household. Their fathers went
into the army during the Civil War with the understanding that if cither should fall, the sur-
vivor should care for and bring uj) the orphaned family. Hester Cram's father fell in battle^
and Horace, his brother, returning home, j)erformed the double duty.




DR. CHARLES H. MILLIKIN. AKRON, OHIO



M/LLIKINS OF OXTANIO AND OIHO.



of \\illiani Ashby of Bathust. Cd. Lanark, by Rev. W'ni. Sanderson, MetlKxIist,
and livetl on Lot 20, Concession 10, in So. Sherhrookc, farmer, wliere he d. .\pr.
21, 1895, aged 58 years. His widow lives on the farm with her children. He
was a member of the Bethel .Methodist church in Mabcrly. Politically, a Con-
servative. Issue:

I. Ar.FREi> Mii.i.ikin", b. Dec. 3, 1874.

II. WiLi.i.VM Thomas Mii.i.ikin", b. July 12, 1876.

III. Edith Mii.i.ikin". b. .Apr. 3, 1879; d. Aug., 1881.

IV. M.ARV Eliz.\hetii Mili.ikin", b. Aug. 18, 1882.
V. M.\rc;.\ri;t M.atili).\ Millikin", b. Aug. 8, 1892.

3. Joseph Millikin"' (1), third son of Thomas^ (8), b. in So. Sherbrooke, Ont.,
and resides at Renfrew-, Ont. He is a foreman on the Kingston & Pembroke
R. I\. Chil'Iren's names unknown.

4- Robert Millikiir (1), fourth son of Thomas^ (8), b. in So. Sherbrooke, Ont.;
was m. to MAKc.ARirr Jaxe Hughes, and lives in Mabely, on the homestead farm.

5. William Millikiii' (4), son of Thomas'* (8), b. in So. Sherbrooke, Ont., May

4, 1853; m. Nov. 30, 1898, to Emma Amelia Sanderson, b. Mar. 28, 1861,
daughter of Rev. William and Catherine (Fretz) Sanderson, and lives at Shar-
but Lake, Ont., where he is employed as a R. R. signalman. Children as follows:

I. Lola Millikin", b. July 28, 1900; d. Dec. 20, 1900.
II. Percy Sanderson Millikin", b. June 19, 1902.

6. Rebecca Millikin"' (5), eldest daughter of Thomas^ (8), b. in So. Sherbrooke,
Ont.; died unm.

7. Margaret Millikin'' (3), second daughter of Thomas'* (8), b. in So. Sherbrooke,
Ont.; was m. to Thomas Norton and lives at Balder, ^Linitoba.

8. Mary Jane Millikin'^ (6), third daughter of Thomas'* (8), b. in So. Sher-
brooke, Ont.; was m. to Robert Barker.

9. Elizabeth Ann Millikiir' (5), youngest daughter of Thomas^ (8), b. in So.
Sherbrooke, (J)nt.; d. at the age of nine years.

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ELEANOR YOUNG.

1. David Millikin'' (4), eldest son of John' (6), b. in So. Sherbrooke, Ont., June
28, 18-, and d. unm. at Sombra, Ont.

2. Jane Millikin'' (5), eldest daughter of John^ (6), b. in So. Sherbrooke, Ont.;
was m. Jan. 29, 1861, to Alexander McDonald, son of John and Nancy, and
Hved near Wallaceburg, on the St. Clair river, but is now living in Sarnia, Ont.
Mr. ]\L is now 70. Issue named as follows:

I. Adelia McDonald, b. July 24, 1866; m. Sept. 19, 1883, James Lucas
of Sarnia, Ont., b. Feb., 1856.

II. Rebecca McDonald, b. Dec. 5, 1871; aged n years.
hi. Bertram McDonald, b. Mar. 4, 1875; ^©^d 29 years.
IV. W'illi.^m McDonald, b. Mar. 23, 1879; ^ged 25 years.

3. John Millikin' (10), second son of John^ (6), b. in Sherbrooke, Ont.; m.
and lives in Los .\ngeles, California.

4- Richard Millikin' ( ), third son of John^ (6), b. in Sherbrooke, Ont.. Aug.
7, 1827; m. and lives in Los Angeles, California.

5- Rebecca Milliken (10). second daughter of John (6). b. in Perth, Ont.,
June 9, 1839; was m. three times; ist, ]\Lar. 11, 1862, Hiram Murrv Holt,



326 MJLLIKIXS OF ONTARIO AND OHIO.

b'. Feb. i8, 1839, at Marine City, Mich., and d. Dec. 3, 1869; was a lake captain.
By this union two children. She m. 2d, Dec. 27, 1873, Duncan Gemmell, a
native of Paisley, Scotland, who owned a general store in Sombra, Ont., where
he d. Jan. 19, 1874. Her 3d husband was Amos Jones of Port Lambton,
Ont., to whom m. Mar. 17, 1876. He was the son of Rev. George Jones, of
Welsh parentage, b. on the ocean, and his wife Laura Mallery of Mallerytown,
Canada. Her children, named as follows:

I. LouviCA Charlotta Holt, b. Sept. 20, 1863; m. July 14, 1880, George
Nelson Jones, b, in Co. Darlington, Canada, Sept. 9, 1859, and re-
moved to Newbury, Luce Co., Mich., where they Hved for six years,
thence to Marine City, Mich., in 1889. Hon. G. N. Jones served as
Councilman in Newbury, and as Alderman in Marine City, four years;
then as mayor one term. Was elected to the State Senate in Nov., 1902,
from nth District. He is a staunch Repubhcan. By occupation, a mer-
chant. Two daughters.
II. Loretta Elizabeth Holt, b. Nov. 10, 1867; m. Jan. 4, 1887, Hiram
Calkins, b. Nov. 2, 1863, ^ merchant, son of Lebeus and Lovina (Burt)
Calkins of Romeo, Mich. One daughter.
iiL Eth\tin Jane Jones, b. Apr. 15, 1877; m. June 4, 1902, Robert Steel,
b. Feb. 6, 1863, son of Robert and Jane Steel of Scotland. He is a
railroad conductor.

6. Margaret Millikin^ (4), third daughter of John^ (6), b. in So. Sherbrooke,
Ont.; was m. to David Gibson, and lived in Mineral Wells, Tex., where his
son, Bertram, lives.

7. Joshua Millikin'' (1), fourth son of John'' (6), b. in So. Sherbrooke, Ont.; was
m. and lives in Colorado.

8. Elizabeth Millikin^ (6), fourth son of John* (6),b. in So. Sherbrooke, Ont.;
was m. to John T. McDonald, and d. June 9, 1884. No family.

9. George E. Millikin' (6), son of John" (6), b. in Perth, Ont., July 7, 1850;
was m. Dec. 20, 1877, at Marine City, Mich., to Harriett M. Allen, daughter
of Asher and Eleanor E. (Watts) Allen. He is by trade a shipcarpenter, and
politically a Republican. Lived in Sombra, Ont., later and now at Marine City,
Mich.

10. Alfred Millikin'' (1), youngest son of John"* (6), b. in Sombra, Ont., July
29, 1852; d. in Cornwall, Ont. No family.

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND MARGAKET BO"WL,ES.

I. Emanuel Millikin' (6), eklest son of David" (4), was b. Dec. 25, 1833; '^■
Sarah Cowan, daughter of William and Margaret, b. Aug. 15, 1842, and is
now living with her sons in Corunna, Ont. Mr. Millikin d. Jan. 10, 1875. W^as
a farmer. Children named as follows:

I. David William Millikin", b. Sept. 24, 1863. He lives in Corunna,

Can., unm.
II. Frederick Bruce Emanuel Millikin", b. Aug. n, 1865. He lives in

Corunna, Can., unm.
in. Mix.ME ALxrjory Millikin", b. Feb. 11, 1869; m. Apr. 20, 1892, Rich-
ard Rowan.
IV. Susie Caroline Millikin", b. June 26, 1871. At home in Corunna
Can., unm.



MILLIKINS OF OXTARIO AX/) 0///0. 327



2. David Millikin' (5), second son of David^ (4), b. in South Sherbrooke, Lanark
Co., Ont., in M;ir., iS^S, ii'id resides in Sarnia, Onl., unm.

3- Sarah Jane Milliken'' (3), dauf^hter of David^ (4), 1). in South Sherbrooke,
Lanark Co., Onl., May 17, 1S40; was m. Nov. 17, 1858, to MiRZ.v William
I'koctkr, 1). Jul}' j6, 1830, in Cainshoro, Kng. She Hves at Bunvan, Onl.
They had issue three children, named as follows:

I. Ria'HKN Procter, b. Sept. 10, 1859, in Sarnia; m. Lie v Johnson, and

has three children. Resides at Jkmyan, Ont.
II. .\\iv Kv.\ Procter, m. Alex.xnder Menziiis, and lives at Brigden, Ont.

III. Elson Procter, b. Jan., 1881.

4- Amelia Caroline Millikin' (1), daughter of David-* (4), b. in Bathust, Lanark
Co., Ont., in 1844; was m. Feb. 5, 1863, in Sarnia Township, Ont., to Jon.v
Wardrop, b. Sept. 22, 1832, in Bridgton, near Glasgow, Scotland. Residence,
Sarnia, Ont. Four children, named as follows:

I. Ada Janet Wardrop, b. July 21, 1864; m. in Moore Township, Ont.,

May 2, 1884, Robert Smith, b. Mar. 26, 1855. P. O. Mooretown, Ont.
II. EzA Andrew Wardrop, b. in Moore Township, Ont., Feb. 24, 1866;

m. Dec. 25, 1890, Elizabeth Baxter, b. 1868, d. July 27, 1898. P. O.

^L)ore, Ont. Three children.
HI. Caroline Margery Wardrop, b. in Moore Townshij), (Jnt., Oct. 3,

1868; m. Dec. 21, 1887, James Menzies, and resides in Sarnia, Ont.

Three children.

IV. Adda Bephy \\'ardrop, b. in Moore Township, Ont., July 24, 1883.
At home with her mother, Sarnia, Ont.

5. Adelaide Millikin''^ (1), daughter of David^* (4), b. in South Sherbrooke, La-
nark Co., Ont., Dec, 1840; was m. Jan. i, 1880, to Joseph McRoberts. She
d. at Sarnia, Ont., Nov. 10, 1880. One child:

I. Flossie McRoberts, b. in Sarnia; d. in infancy.

6. Robert Millikin'^ (2), third son of David-* (4), b. in South Sherbrooke, Lanark
Co., Ont., Mar. 19, 1849; m. Jan. 18, 1881, Jean Hossie, b. Jan. 31, 1853, in
Moore Town.ship, Ont., and settled on the parental homestead, where he now
resides. P. O. Lucasville, Ont. This family gave the ground for the Methodist
Church at Lucasville, Ont. Five cliildren as follows:

I. Osc.4R Kinsley Million^ b. June 19, 1882.

II. Edgar Noble Millikin", b. Feb. 27, 1884; d. Nov. 22, 1888.

III. Norman Hope Millikin", b. Mar. 10, 1886.

IV. Lillian Belle Millikin", b. Oct. 24, 1888.

V. Roberta May Millikin", b. July 18, 1892.

CHILDREN OF EMANUEL AND ANN HANNA.

I- Margaret Millikin'^ (5), eldest daughter of Emanuel^ (5), b. in Sherbrooke,
Can., Jan. 26, 1837; was m. in 1853, to Alexander Harkness, a farmer, of
Adelaide Town.ship, Middlese.x Co., Ont., and had issue. Mr. Harkness d. in
1880, and in 1887 the widow was m. to Daniel Clark, whose first wife was her
sister Rebecca, and now resides in the town of Forest, Ont. Her children named
as follows:

I. James B. Harkness, lived in Moore Township. Farmer. Sold and
moved to Sarnia, where he d. in 1890.

IT. Rebecca J. Harkness, m. Smith, and left two sons.

HI. William il. Harkness, d., leaving two children.



328 MILLIKINS OF ONTARIO AND OHIO.

IV. Elisha E. Harkness, lives in Sarnia, Ont.

V. Jabez a. Harkness, resides in Lowell, Mass. Bridge tender.

VI. Emma A. Harkness, m. Mr. Triplett, and d. at Port Huron in Aug..
1899, aged thirty years. No issue.

2. Rebecca Millikin'^ (6), second daughter of EmanueP (5), b. July 15, 1838.
She was m. to Daniel Clark, and lived on a farm on the shore of Lake Huron.
She d. in 1883, and in 1885 Mr. Clark m. her sister, Margaret (Millikin) Hark-
ness. i

3. Hannah Millikin^ (1), third daughter of Emanuel* (5), b. in Sherbrooke, Ont.,
Oct. 3, 1841; was m. in 1861, to George Cow^^n. She had gone with her par-
ents in 1847 to Sarnia in Lambton Co., Ont., where she hved until 1867, when
they removed to West Luther, Wellington Co., Ont., where they were farmers
and "shingleweavers." In the year 1900 three sons, William, Robert and
Thomas, went to Manitoba and took up land in the Swan River District. In
Mar., 1901, the remainder of the family followed and formed the so-called
"Cowan Settlement." Twelve children, named as follows:

I. Ann Cowan, b. in Sarnia, Ont., June 17, 1863; m. in June, 1894,

Harry Hunter of Buffalo.
n. William E. Cowan, b. in Sarnia, Ont., Oct. 12, 1864; m. in Mar.,

1 80 1, Sophia Segs worth of West Luther.
ni. Robert J. Cowan, b. in Sarnia, Ont., Nov. 27, 1866; m. in Jan.,

1893, Isabella Mc Arthur.
IV. Thomas Cowan, b. in West Luther, Ont., July 30, 1869.
V. Elisha Cowan, b. in West Luther, Ont., Dec. 6, 1871 ; d. June 5, 1885.

VI. Fred. Cowan, b. in West Luther, July 2, 1874; d. Feb. 24, 1877.

VII. Maud M. Cowan, b. in West Luther, Ont., Sept. 26, 1876.

VIII. Margaret J. Cowan, b. in West Luther, Ont., Nov. 13, 1878; m. in
Jan., 1903, Archie McArthur, of Swan River, Ont.
IX. George C. Cowan, b. in West Luther, Ont., May 16, 1881.
X. James P. Cowan, b. in West Luther, Ont., Nov. 22, 1883.
XI. Edwin Cowan, b. in West. Luther, Ont., Sept. 4, 1886.
XII. Minnie Cowan, b. in West Luther, Ont., Aug. 29, 1888.

4. Elisha Millikin'^ (1), eidest son of EmanueP (5), b. in Sherbrooke, Can.,
Jan. 28, 1844; was not m. Was a farmer and is now retired and living in Lu-
casville, near Sarnia, Ont.

5. William Pollard Millikin'' (4), second son of EmanueP (5), b. in Sherbrooke,
Can., May 2, 1846; m. Apr. 10, 1877, Janet Bruce, second daughter of Donald
Bruce of Moore Township, Ont., and sister of the wife of Josiah Millikin. He
was named for the minister by whom he was baptized, the Rev. \A'illiam Pol-
lard. Resides on the homestead in Lucasville, near Sarnia, Ont. Farmer.
Member Methodist Episcopal Church. Children named as follows:

I. Jessie Hanna Millikin", b. Feb. 10, 1878; m. in Feb., 1904, Louis
N. Hillier, eldest son of Winnot Hilher of Vyner, Ont., a farmer.
She was for a number of years a teacher in the pubUc schools, and in
1900 graduated from the I^ondon Normal, which gives her a life certi-
ficate.

II. Charles Franklin Millikin", b. Sept. 17, 1879. Farmer.

ni. Samuel E. Millikin", b. Apr. 12, 1881; d. Sept. 7, 1888.

IV. Ethel Maud Millikin", b. Dec. 19, 1882. At home.



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V. Georgf. William Millikin", b. June 20, 1885. Farmer.
VI. Kdxa Helle Millikix", b. Sept. 4, 1887. At home,
vii. Anna Gertrude Millikix^ b. Dec. 12, 1889. At home.

6. John Millikin' (10). third son of Emanuel^ (5), b. in Sarnia To\vn.shii),
Oni.,Mar. 24, 1849; "^- there Jan. i, 1871, Sarah Jane Holland, b. m. Smiths
Falls, Ont., in 1852; d. ^^ar. 12, 1S7S, at Sarnia; l)uricd in Lake \'ie\v Cemetery.
k meml)er of the Methodist Church. Four children of whom presently. He
m., 2dly, Mar. 17, 1880, Frances Maria McWiiarter, b. at Amherst, Nova
Scotia, June 15, 1855. When quite young Mr. Millikin was apprenticed to
learn the wheelwright trade with William Farr of Sarnia, and has since con-
tinued this business there, — his present place of residence. Issue as follows:

I. LiSGAR Millikin*, d. at the age of 14 years.
II. Ann Hanna Millikin*, b. Mar. 31, 1874; m. Apr., 18S1, Francis

Reaume; d. at Sarnia, Mar. i, 1898. Husband b. in England. Two

children: Francis Evelyn, b. Feb. 28; and Irene.

III. John Edward Millikin*, b. Feb. 23, 1876. Attended school and busi-
ness college in Sarnia, Ont. Spent considerable time traveUing through
the western states and territories. Now a medical student in Louisville
(Ky.) University.

IV. Theresa Elizabeth Olie Million*, b. Apr. 13, 1890. Now with
her father.

7. Marjory Maud Millikin' (7), third daughter of EmanueP (5), b. Apr. 30,
1851; was m. to Xeil Leckie of Sarnia, Ont., Oct. 3, 1871. Issue as follows:

I. John Edgar Leckie, b. May 17, 1873; m. Oct. 7, 1903, Emma Finch

of Sarnia, and Hves near Courtright, Ont.
II. Frederick William Leckie, b. May 12, 1875. Now a train dispatcher

at Tunnel City round-house.

III. George Leckie, b. Sept. 23, 1876.

IV. Robert Neil Leckie, b. Sept. 7, 1881.
V. Josiah Leckie, b. Feb. i, 1885.

8. Josiah Millikin'' (1), fourth son of EmanueP (5), b. in Lambton Co., Ont.,
Sept. 7, 1853; m. Oct. II, 1877, Elizabeth Bruce, daughter of Donald Bruce,



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