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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Westport, N. Y., Apr. 29, 1826, and is still living, a bright, handsome old lady.
Her parents were John Parsons and Fanny (Skinner) Warren, the former
from Somersetshire, and the latter from Yorkshire, England. The family of
David Milligan had removed to near Pittsburg, Pa., and the mother, worn
out with the care of a large family and the hard work incident to the life of a
pioneer woman, died of consumption when Thomas was but two and a half
years of age. He grew up on the home farm to the age of fourteen years, a
timid, sensitive, proud boy. He then came to Waveland, Ind., to help his
brother John in a country store. When about sixteen years of age, after
much mental suffering and gloom, he came out into the clear light of Chris-
tian faith. He always felt that he owed much to the prayers of his mother,
and to the faithful labors of his pastor. Rev. John Thomson, of Waveland.
With the question of his soul's salvation settled, he determined to study for
the ministry, and entered the new school established fourteen miles away, by
cultivated Christian scholars from New England. This was Wabash College.
There Thomas was a most faithful student from 1833 to 1839, when he gradu-
ated in the second class that left the college, a class of four young men, all
of whom entered the ministry. These six years represent a period of great
self-denial, as the $400 patrimony could not cover much of the way. But his
thirst for knowledge was something unusual. He won a reputation for
scholarship, specially in the languages, of which he never tired. He con-
tinued his studies in Greek, Latiri and Hebrew till his death. After gradua-
tion he spent one year in Wabash College as tutor of Latin. He then entered
Lane Seminary, Cincinnati, for a three years' course in theology, under Dr.
Lyman Beecher, Dr. Calvin Stowe, etc. When the young minister was ready for
active service, he was presented with a fine thoroughbred horse, saddle, bridle
and saddle-bags, the gift of a wealthy Kentucky gentleman to Home Missions.
Mounted on " Zeno " Thomas Milligan traversed the marshes of northern
Indiana, preaching in schoolhouses, barns, private houses, and organizing
churches. For a while he was settled at Rochester, as first pastor of a church
that he organized.

In 1846 he removed to Green Castle, where he had been pastor a few
months. There he spent almost eight years. One year of this time he was
agent for the American Board, an ofiice that required laborious travel over
new country in Illinois and Indiana. In the course of his travels he visited
the county south of Green Castle, — Owen, — a county that had one old Presby-
terian Church, established in 1820. This was a country church, once strong
in every sense, but at this time depleted by large colonies that had gone from
it to Iowa and Texas. The "few sheep in the wilderness " appealed to this



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sensitive, self-sacrilicin^ man, and in 1853 he settled in the little lu^ cabin
parsonage of Bethany, five miles from the liost-olhce and railway staticjn at
Gosport. He then had a young wife and three little children. In time a
new and comfortable home was built, land purchased, orchard and vineyard
set out. For years Thomas Milligan was the only I'resbyterian minister in
C)wen County, but he was a power, lie travelled tirelessly, carrying bibles,
tracts, and religious papers in his saddle-bags ; setting up family altars, per-
suading parents to educate their children — even taking the children home
with him that he might teach them — preaching the gospel of the kingdom
wherever men would hear him. Mow he labored and prayed, organized circles
of Bible study and the study of natural sciences, lectured, taught school, put
his children through college, wrote for the press, organized churches, kept a
happy home, carried on favorite studies, communed with nature, entertained
as a charming host, — this and much more would fill a volume. He was a
favorite with his alma mater, usually attended her commencement, and con-
tributed from his fund of ready wit and humor to her festive occasions, his
toasts being long remembered. In the eulog}' passed upon him at the time
of his death, by the president of Wabash College, he was called the best all-
round scholar that had then left the college. His children remember him as
a man of the highest and noblest ideals, of elevated conversation, of fine
nature, of deep but repressed affection, of intensest energ)% indomitable will,
full of uncomplaining self-sacrifice for the home and the cause of Christ.

So intense was his nature, that he wore himself out too soon, dying a few-
days before he was sixty, on Oct. 7, 1876. He lived such an elevated religious
life of consecrated service that Heaven would seem more natural to him than
earth. He had issue four children, all living, names with 4th generation.

CHILDREN OF HUGH AND ELEANOR McMILLAN.

1. Susanna Milligan^ (1), eldest daughter of Hugh- (1), b. in Greenfield,
O., May 14, 1806; was m. to John Robinson, by Rev. Samuel Christopher,
Nov. 28, 1822 ; removed to Oregon, and d. there. Her son, Samuel Robin-
son, resides at Talent, Jackson Co., Ore.

2. Sally Milligan^ (1), second daughter of Hugh^ (1), b. near Greenfield, O,,
Feb. 6, 1808; was m. to Samuel R. Smith, and settled in Iowa.

3. Samuel Milligan-'' (5), eldest son of Hugh^ (1), b. near Greenfield, O., May
22, 181 o; was m. to Margaret Killgore, daughter of George Killgore,
of Scotch descent; crossed the plains to California in 1854; was in the Union
army during the civil war; was discharged Mar. 19, 1865, from the nth
Indiana Cavalry; d. in camp at Evansville, Ind., Mar. 25, 1865. His wife
d. at Clark's Hill, Ind., Sept. 28, 1858. Six children, all b. at Clark's Hill
save one, Mary, b. in California. Names follow :

I. William A. Milligan^, b. Jan. 5, 1836; was m. to Fannie Caser of

Thorntown, Ind., and lives at Clark's Hill, Ind. Has issue, three

children.
II. Theophilus W. Milligan^, b. May 6, 1843 ! ^'^'^ "^- ^^ Circleville,

to and resides at Holton, Kan. One child. May.

HI. John W. Milligan^, b. Feb. 10, 1852; was m. to Julia Davis, Sept.

13, 1875 5 1^^'^s ^t Clark's Hill, Ind. Has children named Roy, Guy,

May B., and Fay.
IV. Mary A. Milligan^ d. June 29, 1878, aged 23 yrs., 5 mos., 29 d.



362 iMILLIGANS OF SWISSVALE, PERRY COUNTY. PA.

V. George W. MILLIGAN^ d. Jan. 2, 1852, aged 14 yrs., 2 d.
VI. Mar(;aret MILLIGAN^ d. Sept. 23, 1859, aged i yr., 2 d.

4. Nancy Milligan^ (1), third daughter of Hugh- (1), b. Nov. 28, 181 2 ; was m.
to Jacob Idner, and had issue, Annie E., George and Thomas. Address,
Memphis, Ind.

5. George Milligan^ (1), second son of Hugh^ (1), b. near Greenfield, O.,
Feb. 15, 1815; m. Rachel Hunes, and lived in Jolla, Clay Co., Ills. Issue,
James K., and Sarah B.

6. John Milligan''' (2), third son of Hugh^ (1), b. near Greenfield, O., May
18, 1817; m. Eliza , and had issue, as will presently appear.

7. Hugh Cochran Milligan^ (2), son of Hugh^ (2), by Margaret, b. June 9,
1823 ; m. Aug. 7, 1844, Eliza V. Blackburn, and lived on a farm in Green-
field, Highland Co., O. He d. July 22, 1896; his wife d. Nov. 23, 1881.
Children as follows :

I. Infant Son*, b. Nov. 15, 1846; d. Dec. 16, 1846.

II. William Allen MilliganS b. Feb. 14, 1849; "''• Louisa Ann Wilson,
Nov. 20, 1872, and had children as will appear presently. His wife d.
May 20, 1889.
(i). John W. Milligan^ b. May 16, 1874.

(2). Robert J. Milligan^ b. Oct. 8, 1875; m. Lucy Anna Flem-
ing, Nov. 20, 1901.
(3). EsTELLA M. MiLLiGAN^, b. June 24, 1877; m. Harry H. Hal-
lam, Apr. 22, 1896. Issue.
(4). Virginia E. Milligan', b. Feb. i, 1879; m. Gary A. Rish,

Feb. I, 1890.
(5). Charles W. Milligan^, b. Nov. 19, 1882.

III. John Blackburn Milligan'*, b. Oct. 30, 185 1 ; m. Mary A. Taylor,
Nov. 26, 1874, and resides in Greenfield, O. Farmer. Children:

(i). Anna R. Milligan^ b. Aug. 28, 1875 ; m. Jan. 9, 1894, to .

(2). Jessie M. Milligan^ b. Aug. 28, 1886.
(3). Hugh C. Milligan^, b. July 14, 189 1.

IV. Anna V. Milligan*, b. Feb. 19, 1858 ; m. Granville Reed, Sept.

28, 188 1. He farmer and poultry breeder, Greenville, O.
8. William Allen Milligan^ (2), youngest son of Hugh^ (1), b. near Greenville,
O., Sept. 22, 1825 ; d. in his 21st y. unm.

CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND ANN IRVINE.

1. Samuel Milligan^ (3), eldest son of Thomas- (1), b. on the homestead near
Sandy Hill, Penn., Mar. 25, 1810; m. Mary Ickes, and had issue as follows :

I. Catherine-Ann Milligan^ m. Theadore Meredith and had one
son, James Meredith.

II, John Milligan*, m. and has a daughter living,
in. Laura-Jane MilliganS d. unm.

2. James Milligan^ (1), second son of Thomas' (1), b. near Sandy Hill, Pa.,
June 28, 1812 ; ni. Eleanor Linn. He d. Jan. 29, 1869; his wife d. Dec. 13,
1881. They had children named as follows:

I. Ann MiLLiGAN'*, b. Feb. 7, 1839; ^- J"^y 7' 1849.

II. Rev. John L. ?^Iilligan^ b. July 31, 1837. Chaplain W. Peniten-
tiary, Allegheny, Pa.



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III. Marv-Jane Ml^LIGAN^ 1). Au^. h, 1840; m. Oct.. 187^;. Dr. I'homa.s
Van Fries, and d. .May 10, i8i)6, leaving a son, William Vmi Fries,
Helfont, Pa.

IV. Thomas 11. Mii,i,h;an', 1j. .Mar. 1, 1S42 ; 111. Ma\- 13, 18O8, Ivm.ma
Catherine Black., and had issue:

(i). Jennie Linn Milligan\

(2). Frank "Mon tcomery Milligan'*.

{■(). Sarah Black. Milligan'', m. Dr. |. II. .\U Coli.cxii.

V. William Scoit Milligan'*, b. Apr. 14, 1844; <^1- ''^ Milwaukee, Wis.,
leaving no family, Nov. 8, 1902.

VI. Martha Milligan\ b. A'pr. 30, 1846; m. Mknrv W. 1"'lickingek,

Dec. 23, 1869, and d. June 22, 1885, leaving son Ralp/i.
VII. Dr. James Ellioit ^Iilligan*, b. Mar. 3, 184S; d. Nov. 24, 1874.

without a family.
VIII. Annie Eliza Milligan^, b. Aug. 18, 1850; m. Dr. H. O. Orris,

Nov. 8, 1876. One daughter, Eleanor Linn.
IX. Clara Ellen Milligan*, b. Dec. 10, 1853 ! •"• I^ec. 24, 1878, J.

Holmes Irvine, and has five children -.Jean-Bell, Sara Bryson, James

Mi/li,i:^an, Annie Linn, and Mary-Harris.

3. John Milligan^ (3), third son of Samuel- (1), b. near Sandy Hill, I'enn..
Oct. 24, 181 5; m. ^fARv BuTTURF, Dec. 22, 1842, and d. leaving three chil-
dren, namely :

I. Thomas Milligan'', m. ^Iargaret Irvine, and had two sons, James
and Frank, who now live on the homestead at Sandy Hill, Pa.

II. ^Margaret Milligan^ lives with Frank, her nephew, at Sandy Hill, Pa.
HI. Ada Milligan^ lives with Frank at Sandy Hill, Pa.

4. Elizabeth Milligan^ (1), eldest daughter of Thomas- (1), b. near Sandy
Hill, Penn., Mar. 26, 1818; d. unm. in i860.

5. Sally Milligan' (2), second daughter of Thomas^ (1), b. at Sandy Hill.
Perry Co., Penn., Dec. 24, 18x9; was. m. Aug. 15, 1837, to James McCord,
who was b. in Sherman's Valley, Perry Co., Apr. 21, 1812, being a son of James
McCord. Moved to Centre Co. ; thence, in 1854, to Lasalle Co., Ills.; thence,
in 1S67, toMexico, Mo., where he d. Feb. 25, 1884. He was a wagonmaker
and farmer, and a staunch Presbyterian. His widow survives. Issue as
follows :

I. Thomas ]Milligan McCord, b. Aug. i, 1839 '■> ^- J^'^- M) 1867. Had
m. Statira Christslow, and left two daughters, both in Brooklyn,
N. Y.

II. Robert Dicky McCord, b. Feb. 20, 1840; m. Feb. 15, 1872, Fannie
Davis; lives in Morganville, Clay Co., Kan., and has three children.

III. Ann Catherine McCord, b. Mar. 8, 1842; m. R. P. Gallup, Feb.
26, 1873, and has three children.

IV. Samuel L. McCord, b. Apr. 29, 1844; m. Dec. 25, 1868, E. A.

Windsor, and has three children,
v. Martha Jane McCord, b. Nov. 18, 1846; m. to John Ficklin, by
whom four daughters; d. ^lay 24, 1884.

VI. Harris Linn ^SIcCord, b. Mar. 4, 1849; ^- ^^^- 26, 1855.

vii. Iazzae Irvin McCord, b. July 18, 1851 ; m. Apr. 4, 1871, Edwin
Davis, and has two children.



364 MILLIGANS OF SWISSVALE, PERRY COUNTY, PA.

VIII. William-James McCord, b. Mar. 24, 1854; m. Dec. 19, 1876, Maggie
Moore, and has two children.

IX. Ida Sarah McCord, b. July 23, 1857; "^- John H. Robinson, and
has six children.

X. Ella McCord, b. Jan. 13, i860; m. Aug. 7, 1882, Jefferson Har-
rison, and has two children. She d. Mar. 12, 1888.

XI. Caroline McCord, b. July 26, 1865 ; m. Dec. 28, 1882, Ira G. Mil-
LiGAN, and d. Mar. 6, 1899. Four children.

6. Ann Milligan^ (3), third daughter of Thomas^ (1), b. near Sandy Hill,
Penn., Nov. 28, 182 1 ; was ni. to Nicholas Ickes, who d., and she was m. to
Samuel Liggett, in 1846; he d. June 3, 1889, and she d. Avfg. 30, 1888,
leaving children named as follows :

I. Thomas Milligan Ickes ; dead.
II. Mary Adaline Liggett; dead.

III. Laura Jane Liggett, b. Dec. 13, 1848; m. Nov. i, 1876, William
Flickinger, and has two children. Residence Newport, Pa.

IV. George Alfred Liggett, b. Apr., 1852 ; m. Leah Sheaffer, and has
five children.

V. John S. Liggett, m., resides in Frankfort, So. Dakota, and has
children.

VI. Emma Ada' Liggett, b. Mar., 1856; m. Walter Scott, and lives at
Ickesburg, Pa.

VII. Anna Eliza Liggett, b. Dec. i, 1858; m. Nov. 15, 1886, Dr. New-
ton Bryner ; d. Apr. 29, 1887.
viii. Carrie Eleanor Liggett, b. July 17, 1861 ; m. Jan. 3, 1889, John
McMeans.

7. Robert Milligan^ (3), son of Thomas^ (1), and Ann Irvine, was b. at Sandy
Hill, Perry Co., Penn., June 11, 1823; was m. Feb. 13, 1851, to Rebecca
Hench, daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Bryner) Hench of Cisna Run, Perry
Co., Pa., who were buried in Loysville Cemetery. Rebecca was b. Sept. 27,
1827, and d. June 27, 1900. Mr. Milligan d. at Kistler, Pa., Oct. 27, 1883.
They had issue nine children, eight of whom were daughters, b. at Kistler,
Perry Co., Pa. See 4th generation.

8. Martha Milligan^ (4), fourth daughter of Thomas^ (1), b. near Sandy Hill,
Penn., May 22, 1826; was m. to Wilson McKee, and both are dead. Had
several children.

I. John M. McKee, m. and lives in Pueblo, Cal.
II. Clara McKee; dead.
III. Annie Irvine McKee; dead.

IV. Thomas Lindley McKee is m. and lives in Laramie, N. Y.
V. James W. McKee, unm., New Bloomfield, Pa.

9. Jane Milligan^ (3), fifth daughter of Thomas^ (1), b. near Sandy Hill,
Penn., May 22, 1826; was m. to Samuel McCord, and d. leaving three
children, named as follows :

I. Thomas McCord, m. and lives at New Kingston, Pa.

II. Annie McCord, m. Rev. Wm. Wallace.

III. John P. McCord.
io. Caroline Milligan (2), daughter of Thomas (1), b. May 25, 1830; was m.
Dec. 22, 1852. to William Rice, b. Sept. 18, 1826. She d. May 24, 1892.



MILLIGANS OF SW/SSVALE, PERRY COUNTY, PA. ;5(J5



Residence, New Blooinin>j;ton, Perry Co., Pa. He d. (Jet. i6, 1904. Hurled
in home cemetery, New Hloomtield. Pa., Oct. iq, 1904. Children named as
follows :

I. Rkv. Harris G. Rice, b. Oct. i, 1853; m. Jime i, 1882, Marii.i.k
Hayes, and has five children. Thev now (1904J live in Monticello,
Ind.
II. Thomas Ward Rice, b. Aug. 22, 1856; m. Floka Rockfei.i.ow, and
lives in Los Angeles, Cal.

III. Minnie Jane Rice, b. May 7, 1861 ; was m. to Chari.k.s .\. Chine-
smith, an editor, and lives in Charles City, la. Three children.

IV. Annie Olive Rice, b. June 22, 1864 ; d. same year.

V. Lillian Olive Rice, b. Jan. iq, 1872; in. 1894, S. K. Beale, and lives
on the old Rice homestead. New Bloomington, Pa.

VI. Caroline Milligan Rice, b. Dec. 13, 1865; ni. Dec. 18, 1888, J. K-
Flickinger, and resides in Lock Haven, Pa. Mr. Flickinger is Prin-
cipal of the Lock Haven Normal School. One child.

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND REBECCA HENCH.

1. John Hench Milligan^ (4), son of Robert'' (3), and Rebecca Hench.b. Apr.
29. 1852 ; m. Harriet Wkiblev, and has several children. Resides at
Kistler, Pa.

2. Ann E. Milligan^ (4), eldest daughter of Robert^ (3), b. Oct. 24, 1854; was
m. to Lewis H. Rodgers, Sept. 19, 1872, by Rev. R. P. McPherson. Lewis
was b. in Cumberland, Pa., July 7, 1841, and d. July 8, 1897. His wife d.
Dec. 4, 1902. Buried in Centre Presbyterian Cemetery. Children as follows:

I. Robert B. Rodgers, b. July 2. 1874.

II. John Rodgers, b. Nov. 21, 1878-

III. Albert Rodgers, b. Nov. 19, 1882.

IV. Ogden Rodgers, b. Mar. 4, 1887.

3. Martha J. Milligan* (5), second daughter of Robert^ (3), b. Aug. 20, 1856 ;
was m. Oct. 6, 1881. by Rev. Robert P. McPherson, to Albon McMillan,
b. Dec. 6. 1849. Children named as follows:

I. Homer G. Mc^Iillan, b. Feb. 24, 1883.

II. Bvard I. McMillan, b. Dec. 7. 1884.

III. Annie E. ^^Ic^Iillan, b. Jan. 21, 1887.

IV. May ;NL McMillan, b. Oct. 28, 1888, d. May 29, 1890.
v. Preston A. McMillan, b. Nov. 28, 1890.

yi. Mary R. McMillan, b. Apr. 26, 1896.

VII. Rillie T. McMillan, b. Dec. 4, 1897.

4. Eleanor L. Milligan* (3), third daughter of Robert^ (3), b. Oct. n, 1858,
was m. Nov. 12, 1878, to William H. Martin, b. May 18, 1855, and had issue
eleven children, born as follows : Residence, Andersonburg, Perry Co., Pa.

I. Harry M. ^LjlRtin, b. May 24, 1880.

II. Grace M. ^L\RTIN, b. July 31, 1881.

III. Robert J. Martin, b. Oct. 4, 1883.
IV. William E. Martin, b. May 7, 1886.

V. C)live B. Martin, b. June 22, 1889.

VI. George D. Martin, b. Oct. 19, 189 1.

VII. Eleanor S. Martin, b. Nov. 7, 1893.

VIII. James L. Martin, b. July 21, 1895.



366 MILLIGANS OF SIVISSVALE, PERRY COUNTY, PA.

IX. Arthur McK. ]^Iartin, b. Nov. ii, 1896.
X. Henry G. Martin, b. June 29, 1898, d. Sept. 7, 1899.
XI. Madalean V. Martin, b. Aug. 14, 1900.

5. Marietta Milligan^ (1), fourth daughter of Robert^ (3), b. July 23, 186 1 ;
was m. May 24, 1894, by Rev. W. M. Burchfield, to Henry G. Weibly, and
lives at Kistler, Perry Co., Pa. No children.

6. Carrie R. Milligan^ (2), fifth daughter of Robert^ (3). b. May 16, 1864 ; was
m. May 29, 1884, by Rev. J. H. Cooper, to Lucian Rodgers McMillen, b.
Sept. 22, 1858, and lives near Sandy Hill, Pa. Seven children, named as
follows :

I. George M. McMillen, b. Dec. 25, 1886, d. July 9, 1889.
II. Lynn J. McMillen, b. Aug. 30, 1888.

III. Vera E. McMillen, b. Aug. 19, 189 1.

IV. Reed McMillen, b. Feb. 8, 1893.

V. Nora McMillen, b. Sept. 19, 1896, d. Dec. 28, 1899.
VI. DwiGHT McMillen, b. Feb. 8, 1899.

VII. Grace M. McMillen, b. June 19, 1902.

7. Lilly R. Milligan* (1), sixth daughter of Robert^ (3), b. May 9, 1866; d.
Jan. 20, 1872.

8. Minnie M. Milligan* (1), seventh daughter of Robert^ (3), b. Apr. 20, 1868 ;
d. Jan. 20, 1872.

9. Maudie C. Milligan* (1), eighth daughter of Robert^ (3), b. June 24, 1872 ;
was m. Sept. 14, 1893, by Rev. W. M. Burchfield, to James R. Culbertson,
b. Mar. 24, 1868, and resides in Kistler, Perry Co., Pa. Four children, named
as follows :

I. Marian A. Culbertson, b. July 18, 1894.

II. Bruce H. Culbertson, b. Jan. 31, 1897.

III. Jean V. Culbertson, b. June 24, 1899, d. Sept. 6, 1899.

IV. James L. Culbertson, b. Aug. 18, 1900.

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND LTJCINDA ELMORE.

1. Edwin M. Milligan* (1), eldest son of John^ (2), b. Jan. 16, 1830, in Mont-
gomery Co., Ind. He m. Mary E. Groves of Waveland, Ind., by whom one
child. The mother died shortly afterward. He m., second. Miss Jennie
Cooper of Newcastle, from Kentucky, September, 1857, and by this union
there were seven children, named J/(7r_i' Z., Belle.^ Lil/ie, IVilber, Carry, Robert,
and Dwight. The three first are dead. He moved to Garnett, Kan., in 18S7.
Died July 29, 1899.

2. Matilda Milligan" (1), eldest daughter of John^ (2), b. in Montgomery Co.,
Ind., July 7, 1831 ; m. Mar. 29, 1849, Newton J. Glover, merchant, and had
children named as follows :

I. Robert J. GL0VER^ b. July 10, 185 1 ; m. Aug. 23, 1893, Miss Jose-
phine Foster of Cincinnati, O. He is a merchant. One child.

II. Alice Glover^ b. Nov. 23, 1852 ; m. Sept. 16, 1874, Albert Dickey,
and has five sons,

III. Mary Jane Glover^ b. Apr. i, 1854 ; m. George E. Hanna, farmer ;
. no issue.

IV. Charles E. Glover, b. Nov. 22, 1855 = "^- Emma Allen of Judson,
Ind., Oct. 4. 188 1, by whom one child that d. ^in infancy. She d.



MILLIGANS OF SWISSl'ALE. PERRY COUNTY, PA. \\\'{l

18S3. He in., 2(1, Oi.ivK Foot, by whom three sons. Tit- a
merchant.
V. John M. Glovkr. 1). July 6, 1S57 ; m. Odessa Stanton of Judson,

Ind., Nov. 23, 1882. One child. He is a merchant.
VI. Alexander Glover, b. Feb. 28, 1861 ; d. ^^ay 21, 1883.

3. Sarah E. Mill igan^ (2). second daughter of JohnM2),.b. Nov. 13, 1832;
was m. Dec. 27, 1S53, to Dr. Samuel McNutt, by whom three children.
She was m. second, to Dr. Bopher Ball, in Jan., 1866, by whom three
children.

I. ^Fargaret L. McNutt, b. Nov. 11, 1854.
iL Thomas McNutt, b. July 27, 1857; d. Oct. 25, 1887.
III. Samuel M. McNutt, b. Aug. 17. 1859; m. Apr. 15, 1S82, to Sally
Hanna of Waveland, Ind., by whom four sons. He is a farmer.

IV. Thomas J. Ball, b. Oct. 25, 1867. Physician in Philippine war.
Now at Waveland, Ind. He m. Myrtle Fordyce, of Topeka, Kan.,
Jan. 26, 1902.

V. John M. Ball, b. Nov. 14, 1869 ' ^- ^^^'- ^7' 1870.

VL Joseph M. Ball, b. Dec. 8, 1872. Druggist, Bloomington, Ind.

4. Thomas E. Milligan* (3), second son of John (2), b. in Montgomery Co.,
Ind., May 22, 1834 ; m. Apr. 8, 1856, Martha J. Vannice, by whom three
children, named as follows :

L Charles A. ISIilligan', b. Jan. 12, 1859. Single.
II. Fdwin T. Milligan^ b. Mar. 10, 1866; m. Dec. 13, 1893, Carry

Kerr, dau. of Samuel, and has Virginia'^, b. Feb. 7. 1895. Farmer.
III. John V. S. Milligan^, b. May 19, 1870: m. Grace Blatchly of
Bone Ridge, Ind., and has RuW, b. Nov. 18, 1901.

5. John Wallace Milligan^ (3). third son of John^ (2), b. Apr. 8, 1837 ; m. Sept.
15. 1866, Josephine Haxna, by whom three children. He was a merchant.
Red. Nov., 1896, at Topeka, Kan. Children:

I. Elizabeth ]\Iilligan\ b. July 13, 1867 ' '^^- Jesse Burford, farmer,

Apr. 28, 1896, and had Hara/ii^, b. Aug. 12, 1899.
II. William ^^Iilligan', b. July 25, 1869.
III. Claude Milligan', b. June 22, 1872 ; d. Oct., 1897.

6. Mary Jane Milligan^ (2), third daughter of John^ (2), b. Mar. 12. 1840:
was m. May 12, 1857, to Andrew Shular, merchant, by whom one son,
William D.'>. b. ^far. 12, 1858; d. Oct. 28, 1859. He m. Cora Laugh, by
whom three children.

7. Samuel Joseph Milligan' (3_), fourth son of JohnM2), b. Nov. u, 1841 ;
m. Sept. 26, 1876, Sarah E. Little of Logansport, Ind. He is a farmer re-
siding in Waveland, Ind. No family. Mrs. Milligan furnished the genealogy
of this branch of the family as here produced.

8. James Robert Milligan^ (2). fifth son of JohnM2), b. Jan. 23, 1844; \w.
Nov. 24, 1868, Fannie M. Irwin, who d. June 26, 1899. Six children,
named as follows :

I. Frank Clifton Milligan, b. Nov. 10. 1870; m. Mar, 2^. 1892,

Maud O. Akers, and has one daughter, ATildred , b. Aug. 14, 1893.
II. Mary Lucinda Milligan'', b. Dec. 26. 187 1 : m. Sept. 13, 1893,
Charles B. Taylor, merchant. Three children.



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III. Robert Elmore Milligan^, b. Oct. 6, 1876; d. Aug. 12, 1879.

IV. Samuel Earners Milligan^, b. Jan. 18, 1879.
V. Dean Earners Milligan^, b. Eeb., 1881.

VI. James Milford Milligan^, b. Aug. 26, 1886.

9. William Milligan-* (3), sixth son of John^ (2), b. Aug. 12, 1849; m. Jan. 5,
1887, Eva L. McKinny of Newton, Ind. A farmer. Eive children, named
as follows :

I. John T. ^IILLIGAN^ b. Apr. 8, 1888; d. in infancy.

II. Clarence E. Milligan^, b. Oct. 20, 1889.

III. Mary L. Milligan^, b. Aug. 24, 1891.

IV. Mabel R. Milligan^, b. Sept. 8, 1893.
v. Elton L. Milligan^, b. July 14, 1897.

CHILDREN OF REV. THOMAS AND LOUISA F. WARREN.

1. Ermina Cheever Milligan^ b. in Greencastle, Ind., July 9, 1848; was m.
to Rev. Eugene Russell Mills, a Presbyterian minister and New Yorker, b.
1 84 1, and lived in Detroit, Mich., but after his m. preached in Iowa and Cali-
fornia. He d. in Apr., 1899, and " ^Minnie " still lives at National City, Cal.
One child.

I. Jessie Belle Mills, who m. June 30, 1902, Thomas Brownscombe,
and has issue.

2. Alice Warren Milligan^ b. Dec. 18, 1S50, has the care of her mother at
Spencer, Ind. &he is a professional teacher, having taught in High Schools
and in the Western College, Oxford, O., where she and " Minnie " graduated.

3. Albert Bushnell Milligan^ b. Oct. u, 1853; "^- Catherine G. Scott of
Adams Mills, O., b. Jan. 26, i860, being the daughter of James and Mary
(Stockton) Scott, the former from Ireland, the latter from Princeton, N. J.
Their home was for many years at Adams Mills, O., but he is now a farmer
living near Spencer, Ind. He is an alumni of Wabash College. Six children
named as follows :

I. Ruth Scott Milligan^, b. Aug. 17, 1886.

II. James Stuart Milligan^, b. Sept. 27, 1888.

III. Anna Stockton Milligan^, b. Aug. 3, 1891.

IV. Mary Louisa Milligan^, b. Mar. 15, 1894.

V. Catherine Warren Milligan^, b. June 22, 1897.
VI. Scott Milligan^, b. Oct. 24, 1899.



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 50 of 109)