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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was president of Richmond College, Ohio ; then pastor of the 3d New York
Reformed PresTjyterian Congregation from 1856 to 1868; then professor of
theology in Allegheny Theological Seminary until his death in 1886. His
wife predeceased him in October, 1854, leaving one son. Prof. William
MiLLiG.AN Sloane, of Princcton College, New Jersey, b. Nov. 12, 1850, in
Richmond, O. He was an honor man of Columbia College ; studied five
years in the German Universities and received the degree of Ph.D. He was
private secretary of Ministers Bancroft and Bancroft Davis at the court of
Berlin, Germany. He is author of a History of Napoleon (1894) published in
The Century Magazine.

3. Rev. James S. T. Milligan, D.D.^ (3), second son of Rev. James^ (1), b. in
Ryegate, Vt., Aug. 26, 1826; m. in 1855, Jane T. Johnston, daughter of
Samuel P. and Ellen (Thompson) Johnston, of Harrison County, O. She was
educated in Richmond Female Seminary, Richmond, O., and graduated at
Geneva Female Seminary, Logan Co., O.

He graduated from Geneva College in 1850; studied theology in the Re-
formed Presbyterian Seminary at Cincinnati, O. ; was licensed to preach Apr.
16, 1852, and' ordained pastor in Southfield, Mich., Nov. 11, 1853. Resigning
this charge Apr. 11, 187 1, he became pastor in Denison, Kan., and continued
such for twenty years. He joined the United Presbyterian Church in Sept.,
189 1, and soon after settled with a congregation in Fairview, Pa. He has
retired from pastoral work, being 79 years of age, and is living in Pittsburg,
Pa., with his wife and four unmarried daughters. Seven of his children are
college graduates. A son and daughter died in early infancy. See 4th gen-
eration for children's names.

Note. — The full name i.s James Sawin Tunatin Milligan. He was named for Rev.
James Sawin. a Huguenot minister driven from France to The Hague in the Netherlands
where he became a successful pastor and author of six volumes of eloquent sermons. Tur-
ratin is for- Francis Turratin, professor of theology at Geneva, Switzerland, and author of a
system of Theology in Latin, 4 vols.

4. Rev. John C. K. Milligan, D.D.' (4), third son of Rev. James- (1\ b. in
Ryegate, \t., Feb. i, 1829; m. Oct. 3, 1854, Mis.s R. W. Farrincton,
daughter of Daniel and Eva (Miller) Farrington of Newburg, N. Y.. and has
six children, of whom with 4th generation.


He graduated from the Western University of Pa. in June, 1848 ; entered
the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Cincinnati, O., in October
of the same year, and was licensed to preach Apr. 16, 1852. During his sem-
inary course he was principal of an academy at Northwood, O., which soon
developed into Geneva College, in which he continued as professor of mathe-
matics. Soon after, being licensed, he settled as co-pastor of the Miami Con-
gregation with Dr. J. B. Johnston, and was ordained May 12, 1853. Here he
remained teaching and preaching until the spring of 1856, when, finding his
double duties too onerous, he resigned his place in the college and congrega-
tion, and accepted a call to the First Congregation, New York City, which he
retained as pastor for thirty -four years. During this period he occupied im-
portant positions in the Reformed Presbyterian Church. In 1874 he became
editor of Our Baimer, a monthly organ of the church, and conducted it for
seventeen years. From 1876 to the spring of 1892, he was secretary of the
Boards of Church Erection and Sustentation. From 1880 to 1892, he was a
member of the Board of Foreign Missions and for two years its chairman.
From 1882 to 1892, he was chairman of the Board of Superintendents of the
Theological Seminary. Differing with the R. P. Church on matters of church
union, on May 3, 1892, he asked his presbytery to release him from his pas-
toral charge and grant him a certificate of dismissal ; this was done, and a
testimonial expressing appreciation of his character and services was spread
upon the minutes. On May 16, 1892, he was, on this certificate, received into
the United Presbyterian Church. On Nov. i, 1892, he opened a mission ser-
vice in a private house in the upper part of New York City, on Washington
Heights, and on Sept. 2, 1894, a congregation of fifty members had been
organized, two lots had been bought at the corner of Audubon Avenue and
West 1 7 2d Street, the basement story of a church had been erected and
finished, and no debts incurred. Dr. Milligan remains pastor of this church.

jfourib (tkncrution.


1. John M. Milligan^ (4j, eldest son of Alexander^ (1), b. Mar. 16, 1806; m,
and had issue; d. Aug. 1, 1876.

2. William Milligan^ (1), second son of Alexander^ (1), b. Sept. 15, 1810;
d. Dec, 1893.

3. James A. Milligan * (4), third son of Alexander^ (1), b. Sept. 15, 181 2 ; m.
Feb. 4, 1838, to Jane Bell, and had issue seven children, of whom with 5th
generation. He d. June 23, 1882.

4. Ann Milligan^ (1), eldest daughter of Alexander^ (1), b. Aug. 19, 1814.

5. Samuel Milligan' (1), fourth son of Alexander^ (1), b. Feb. 8, 1817.

6. Eleanor Milligan' (1), second daughter of Alexander^ (1)> b. Feb. 16,
1819 ; d. Aug. 9, 1819.

7. Mary Milligan' (2), third daughter of Alexander^ (1), b. Julv 14, 1821 ; m. ;
d. July, 1876.

8. Jane Milligan' (2), fourth daughter of Alexander^ (1), b. Feb. 8, 1823 ; d.
Dec, 1897.

9. Nellie Milligan' (2), fifth daughter of Alexander^ (1), b. Apr. i, 1825 ; d-
Aug. I, 1825.





1. William T. Milligan' (2). cUlcsi son of John' (3), b. ^^L•pt. 26, 1814; in.
July 4, 1837. RosK Ann \\v.\.\., b. Oct. 3, 1815, and d. Feb. 3, 1899. Tiie
marriage ceremony by Rev. iMatthcw .Viiudu. Ik- had is.sue five children, of
whom with 5th generation. He d. Mar. 24, 1879.

2. Jane M. Milligan^ (3), elde.st daughter of John-* (3), b. July 24, 1816.

3. John Milligan' (5). second son of John-'' (3), b. Mar. 28, 1819; m. S.\k.\h
SiMKRAi. and had i.ssue. See 5th generation. He d. Dec. 20, 1879.

4. Joseph Milligan' (1), third son of John-"* (3), b. Apr. 29, 1S23 ; m. Hann.ah
Hi(-.hhkr(;er, b. in 1823, and d. Mar. 13, 1880, aged 57 years. He d. ( )ct.

16. iS()6. Two children. See 5th generation.

5. Mary Anne Milligan^ (3), second daughter of John'' (3), b. Sept. 13, 1828.

6. Alexander Milligan' (3), fourth .son of John^ (3), b. July 4, 1831 ; m. M.\ry
Brisiune, who was b. Apr. 3, 1S28. He d. Sept. 29, 1884. Four children.
See 5th generation.


I. John Milligan' (5), eldest son of James-' (2), b. Apr. 18, 1S13 ; d. Oct. 8,

J. Mary A. Milligan'' (5), eldest daughter of James^ (2), b. Dec. 4, 1814; was
m. Mar. 23, 1835, to Joseph Shearer, b. July 14, 1814, and d. Jan. 21, 1894.
These had twelve children, of whom seven d. in childhood. Those remaining
are named as follows :

I. Deborah E. She.a.rer, b. Jan. 22, 1836; m. Luther Kellogg in 1854,

and has eight children.
II. James M. Shearer, b. Jan. 10, 1842 ; m. Dec. 21, 1868, Ka'ie Joxes,
and has three children.

III. Robert T. Shearer, b. Apr. 10, 1844; m. July i, 1864, Mary J. Orr,
and had four children. He d. May 9, 1893.

IV. John M. Shearer, b. Apr. 19, 1846; m. Nov. 30, 1870, Fanxie J.
Phillips, and had issue. He d. Jan. 26, 1891.

V. Mary E. Shearer, b. Dec. 4, 1848 ; d. Oct. 12, 1871.

3. Charles Milligan^ (1), second son of James^ (2), b. Jan. 3, 1817 ; d. Mar.

25, 1818.

4. James M. Milligan' (^5;, third son of James^ (2). b. Jan. i, 181 9 : m. Feb.

17, 1842, Rosan Maitland, who d. Feb. 27, 1846, leaving one child. He m.
2d, Oct. 10, 1850, Elizabeth Davidson, who was b. Mar. 22, 1830. Mr.
Milligan is still living, in his 86th year. He has the reputation of being the
smallest babe born in that section of the country, his size, it is said, being such
that he could have been comfortably stowed in a quart measure at birth. He
is 5 feet 8 inches in height, and his usual weight is 150 pounds.

In his earlv manhood, he learned the trade of millwright, and assisted in
building several mills in Sewickley Township. He received a severe injury
by being struck on the head with a flying limb from a tree that had been
lodged, which injury incapacitated him from the active work of his calling.
He then turned his attention to teaching, which he followed for several years.

Later, about 1850, he resumed the life of a farmer. He was very con-
servative in his methods of business, and in his daily life a peaceable and law-
abiding citizen ; a Republican in principle, and always took an active interest


in local and national politics ; never sought office, and devoted his time and
energies to the general improvement of the community in which he lives. He
is a communicant of the United Brethren Church, having been a member of
the same since early manhood. He was noted for his courage and physical
endurance, his diplomacy and ability as an arbiter to settle the many disputes
in the community without going to law or resorting to force. He has been
temperate throughout his life. Four children. See 5th generation,

5. David Milligan* (1), fourth son of James^ (2), b. Jan. 24, 1821 ; dec.

6. Margaret Milligan* (4), second daughter of James^ (2), b. May 15, 1824;
was m. June 10, 1847, to Henry G. Beer who was b. Sept. 19, 1823, and d.
Mar. 25, 1888. She d. Sept. 2, 1876. Children named as follows:

I. James A. Beer, b. Mar. 29, 1848.

II. Joseph S. Beer, b. Sept. 18, 1850; m. Emma J. Callahan, Sept. 2,
1868, and had 2 children. He m. 2d, Oct. 29, 1878, Alma J. Lee,
and has issue seven children. Address, Low Moor, la.

III. Mary Ellen Beer, b. July 30, 1852 ; m. David Keller, b. Nov. 24,
1847, ^^<^ '"'^.d fourteen children.

IV. George W. M. Beer, b. June 19, 1854 ; d.

V. Sarah Elizabeth Beer, b. May 7, 1857 ; d.
VI. Gideon John Beer, b. Jan. 16, i860 ; d.

VII. Charles \V. Beer, b. Mar. 16, 1863; m. in 1873, and had one daugh-
ter. Hem. 2d in 1885, and had two children. Lives in Greeley, Col.
VIII. David Henry Beer, b. June 12, 1865 ; d. July 15, 1866.

7. Joseph E. Milligan^ (2), fifth son of James^ (2), b. June 30, 1826 ; m. Nov.
I, 1849, j\L\RGARET Smith, and had issue nine children, of whom with 5th
generation. He d. Jan. 15, 1899.

8. Eleanor Milligan* (2), third daughter of James^ (2), b. Oct. 25, 1828;
was m. Oct. 22, 1889, to Arthur Harvey, and d. Aug. 26, 1902. He resides
at Audubon, la. Seven children, named as follows :

I. Nellie Harvey, b. Aug. 3, 1890.

H. William Harvey, b. Jan. 5, 1892.

III. Beulah Harvey, b. Apr. 12, 1894.

IV. Alfred J. Harvey, b. May n, 1896; d. July 27, 1896.
V. Herman Harvey, b. July 10, 1897.

VI. Lisle Max Harvey, b. Feb. 25, 1900.
vit. Debbie Clarie Harvey, b. June 19, 1902.

9. Striven McGrew Milligan^ (1), sixth son of James^ (2), b. Nov. 15, 1830 ;
d. May 10, 1843.

10. George Milligan* (1), seventh son of James^ (2), b. Mar. 27, 1833 ; m.
Aug. 14, 1854, Miss Angeline Thomas, and had issue four children. He d,
July 14, 18C1.

I. George C. Milligan', b. Aug. 20, 1855; d. Apr. 20, 1895.

II. Anna D. Milligan\ b. Dec. 8, 1857 ; unin.

III. Wellington H. Milligan', b, Oct. 18, 1859.

IV. Daniel N. Milligan^ b. July 5, 1861.

11. Mingo Dick Milligan' (1), eighth son of James' (2), b. June ir, 1835 ; d.
Apr. 25. i86r.



1. Mary Ellen Milligan-' (6), eldest dau<,rhtcr of Jaincs^ (3), b. May 6, 1854.
She attended the Hiimins^hani Academy in Michij^an, and ;,nadiiated at
Geneva Female Seminary in L()f:;an Co., C). She was principal of the Ladies'
Department of Geneva Collej;e, in Beaver Falls, I'a.. three years. She was
m. to Rkv. David D. Rt)HKRisoN, pastor of the Free Presbyterian Church of
Oban, Scotland. Since the death of her husband in 1900, she has lived with
her daughter and only child at Bridge-of-AUan, near Stirling, in Scotland.
This daughter, Mary Estella Roberts, now about sixteen years of age,
graduated in a Musical School in Glasgow, and is matriculated in the Univer-
sity of that city.

2. James Renwick Johnston Milligan' (6), eldest son of James^ (3), b. in
Southheld, Mich., Aug. 9, 1855 ; m. in Oct., 1890, Miss Annie Mahaffy, of
Allegheny City, Pa., and has issue. He graduated from Geneva College in
June, 1880; studied theology in the Allegheny R. P. Seminary; was licensed
to preach Apr. 9, 1884 ; was ordained pastor of R. P. Congregation, Alle-
gheny, Pa., Oct. 15, 1885 ; left the R. P. Church in 1891, with the majority of
his congregation, and was received into the United Presbyterian Church as
9th .\llegheny Congregation. Children, Jane Anita and Afargant Eleanor.

3. Knox McLoud Milligan^ (1), second son of James^ (3), b. Apr. 16, 1858;
on account of his health preferred farming to a collegiate course, and is now
successfully engaged in agriculture in Denison, Jackson Co., Kan., unm. A
sister has a home with him.

4. Margaret Jane Milligan' (4), second daughter of James^ (3), b. Jan. t6,
i860 ; is living, unm., with her brother in Denison, Kan. She attended
Geneva Seminary (female) two years, and taught one year, but prefers a
domestic life.

5. Dr. Samuel Cargill Milligan^ (2), third son of James^ (3); b. in Michigan
Dec. 30, 1861 ; graduated from Geneva College in 188S, and from Pittsburg
Medical College in 1891, and practises medicine in that city. He was elected
Professor of Physiolog}- in West Pennsylvania Medical College in 1900, and
combines his practice with his collegiate work. He has no family.

6. Rachel Elizabeth Milligan-* (1). third daughter of James^ (3), b. in Michigan,
Dec. 8, 1863; studied music and classics in Holton University, Kansas, and
graduated B.S. from Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pa. She has been a
teacher in the city schools of Allegheny and Pittsburg for ten years. She
lives at home unm.

7. Sarah Clara Milligan' (1), fourth daughter of James^ (3). b. in Michigan,
Dec. 28, 1865 ; studied in Holton University two years, and graduated B.S.
from Geneva College. She was a teacher for several years in the city schools
of Allegheny. She also graduated from Emerson College of Oratory in
Boston, Mass., and taught elocution and physical culture in Cooper Memorial
College in Stirling, Kan. She was m. to Jacob H.\nxa, a merchant and
banker, of Stirling, Kan., about three years ago (1903).

8. Anna Atigusta Milligan^ (2), fifth daughter of James' (3). b. in Michigan,
May 6, 1868. She graduated from Holton University first as B.S., afterwards
as B.A., and took post-graduate course at Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
She studied methods at ^'assar and Brvn ^fawr. Was elected Professor of


Greek in Holton University, but accepted a position in Colorado State Normal
at Greeley, where she taught some years ; then accepted situation in Depart-
ment in Pittsburg. Pa., Pligh Schools, where remains, and lives with her
parents there.

g. Edith Isabell Milligan^ (1), sixth daughter of James^ (3), b. in Logan Co.,
O., July 5, 187 1 ; studied some time in Holton University, and graduated at
the State Normal Emporia, Kan. She taught in the city High Schools in
Greeley, Col., and then in Albuquerque, N.M. She subsequently accepted a
position as teacher in Emporia State Normal, where she taught two years.
She was compelled to resign on account of her health, and is now a substitute
in the High Schools of Pittsburg, Pa. She lives with her parents.


1. Anna M. Milligan^ (3), eldest daughter of Alexander^ (2), b. at New Alex-
andria, Pa., was m. to John Gregg, merchant of Pittsburg, Pa., where she
resides. She has children named Eleanor M., Florence and Claribell.

2. Margaret Ellen Milligan* (5), second daughter of Alexander^ (2), b. at
New Alexandria, Pa., May 10, 1850; was m. in Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 16, 1S73,
to Charles A. Blanchard of Galesburg, III, b. Nov. 8, 1848, son of Rev.
Pres't Jonathan Blanchard and Mary Avery (Bent) Blanchard, and is Presi-
dent of Wheaton College, Wheaton, 111. Children named as follows :

I. Jonathan McLeod Blanchard, b. July 26, 1874; d. at Wheaton,

111., Aug. 24, 1874.
n, Mary Belle Blanchard, b. Aug. 2, 1876; m. Joseph M. Weaver,

Dec. 24, 1902.
HI. Julla. Warden Blanchard, b. Aug. 7, 1878.
IV. Rachel Geraldine Blanchard, b. Mar. 2, 1881.
V. Clara Levania Blanchard, b. Jan. 7, 1883.

3. Clarissa Milligan^ (1), third daughter of Alexander^ (2), b. in Phila-
delphia, Pa., Oct. 31, 1852; was m. by her father, Rev. Alexander M.
Milligan, D.D., in his church, 8th Street, Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 16, 1873, to
Rev. David McFall, who was b. near Colerain, Ire., Mar. 12, 1846, being
the son of James and Ann McFall, and d. in Boston, Mass., Dec. 29, 1889.
He was pastor of a church in Oil City, Pa., for three years, but settled in
Boston as pastor of the 2d Reformed Presbyterian Church, Chambers St.,
where he remained from 1873 to his death. Children named as follows :

I. LiLLiE Eleanore McFall, b. Apr. 26, 1876, in Cambridge, Mass.,

where she resides.
II. Mary Clarissa McFall, .b. Sept. 18, 1878, in Cambridge, Mass.,
where she resides.

III, Anna Milligan McFall, b. Sept. 19, 1881 ; d. Dec. 13, i88r, aged
II weeks.

IV. McLeod McFall, b. July 15, 1883 ; d. Apr. 11, 1884, aged 8 mo. 28 da.
V. David McFall, b. June 16, 1884; d. Aug. 30, 1884, aged 10 weeks.

VI. Ida Isabella McFall, b. Nov. 3, 1885 ; is at the home of her mother.
Cambridge, Mass.

4. Rev. Alexander M. Milligan' (4), eldest son of Alexander^ (2), was b. in
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 14, 1854. He graduated from Geneva College in
1880; studied theology in Allegheny R. P. Seminary; was licensed to preach


Apr. 9, 18S4; left the R. V. (lunch in iSQi.and was ordained pastor of
Jordan's Grove United Presbyterian Congregation at Houston, 111 . in Nov.,

5. Rev. 0. Brown Milligan' (1), second son of Alexander^ (2), b. in New
Alexandria, Pa.. Nov. 4, 1S61 ; m. in June, i8q2, Miss Nannik Acnkw of
Pittsburg. Pa. He graduated tKini (ieneva College in 1883; studied theology
in AUeghen)- R. P. Seminary; was licensed to preach Apr. 14. 1886; was
ordained pastor of Porina Congregation, N. Y., June 22, 1887 ; was installed
pastor of East End, Pittsburg, Oct. 26, 1888; left the R. P. Church with his
congregation in June, 1891, and was received into the U. P. Church, and in
Oct.. 1S93, he became pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Braddock, Pa.

6. Ada R. Milligan^ (1), youngest daughter of Alexander^ (2), b. Sept. 16,
1S63; was m. jNIar. 21, 1889, to her cousin, Rev. Ezra M. Mim.k;an. and is
now (1903) living, with issue, in Sewickley, Pa,


1. Mary Eva Milligan^(7),eldest daughter of Rev. John^(4), b. in Ohio, Dec. 16,
1855 : was m. Feb. 9, 1877, by her father, to William Samuel Rusk, b. Feb.
g. 1855, ''^ New York City, being the son of Thomas and Mary (W'estbay)
Rusk, and resides at Wakefield, N. Y. Co. Mr. Rusk has a bookstore at 604
Sth Ave., N. Y. Co., where he has done business for 20 years. They had
eleven children, named as follows:

I. William Albert Rusk, b. Nov. 20, 1877 ; d. at sea Sept. 8, 1898.
Being a member of the 71st Regt. N. G. N. Y., he went through Cuba
in the Spanish-American war with that command. He was buried
129 miles N.FLE. of Cape Hatteras, on the return voyage. Was
sergeant of his company.

IT. Eva Clarisa Rusk, b. Jan. 9, 1879 ; d. July, 1879.

III. Clarence Milligan Rusk, b. May 2, 1880. He took a full and
honorable discharge from the 71st Regiment, Oct. 9, 1902, as quarter-
master-sergeant of his company. He is now a commercial salesman
for the Dinsmore ^I'f'g Co.

IV. John Calvin Ru.sk, b. Dec. 17, 1881 ; d. June, 1882.
V. Mary Edith Rusk, b. July 9, 1885; d. Dec. 12; 1885.

VI. Robert Alexander Rusk, b. Nov. 25, 1886 ; d. Jan. 2, 1888.

VII. Nettie Farrington Rusk, b. July 3, 1889. ^^^ home.

VIII. Mary Westbay Rusk, b. May 2, 1891. At home.

IX. Frederick Eugene Rusk, b. July 26, 1892 ; d Apr. 6, 1893.

X. Thomas Lincoln Rusk, b. Dec. 13, 1894. At home.
XL Harold Rusk, b. ^far. 14, 1897 ; d. Jan. 18, 1898.

2. Rev. Ezra M. Milligan^ (1), eldest son of Rev. John^ (4), b. in New York
City, Sept. 9, 1858; m. Mar. 21, 1889, Ada Rachel Milligan, b. Sept. 16,
1863. daughter of the late Alexander M. Milligan, and his cousin, and is now
pastor of the U. P. Presbyterian Church at Sewickley, Pa. He attended at
Geneva College, when located at Northwood, O., but now at Beaver F'alls. Pa.
Without taking the senior year he left college to engage in business in New
York City. Under his father's instructions, however, he completed his college
course, and in 1885 was admitted to the Reformed Presbyterian Seminary at
Allegheny, Pa., and graduated in 1889. He was licensed to preach by the


Pittsburg Presbytery (Ref. Pres. Old School), Apr. ii, 1888, and ordained by
the same body, ]\Iay 7, 1889, when he became pastor of the Congregation
at Parnassus, Pa. On June 14, 189 1, he joined the United Presbyterian
Church, and became pastor of the Congregation at Steubenville, O., where he
remained until June i, 1895, when he settled at Sewickley, Pa. His children
were named as follo\vs :

I. Rachel Eleanor Milligan^, b. Jan. 11, 1890; d. July 14, 1890.
n. John Calvin Milligan^, b. Sept. 20, 1891. ) twins

in. Alexander McLeod Milligan^, b. Sept. 20, 189 1. )
IV. Frederick Eugene Milligan', b. Aug. 24, 1893.
V. James Ritchie Milligan^, b. Feb. 12, 1897.
VI. Gregg Irvine Milligan^, b. Sept. 7, 1901.

3. Frederick E. Milligan^ (1), second son of Rev. John^ (4), b. Feb. 4, 1861,
is unm., living in New York City.

4. Anna M. Milligan^ (4), second daughter of Rev. John' (4), b. Oct. 3,
1863 ; m. in New York City, May 28, 1896, to J. Irven Anderson ; resides at
511 W. i82d St., N. Y.

5. John C. Milligan* (7), third son of Rev. John' (4), b. Apr. 16, 1865 ; unm.
in N. Y. Cit}'.

6. Nettie F. Milligan^ (1), third daughter of Rev. John' (4), b. Aug. 31, 1871.
At home in N. Y. City.

J^iftlj 6cncrutlon.


1. Walter B. Milligan^ (1), eldest son of William" (2), b. Jan. 25, 1838.

2. Margaret Jane Milligan^ (5), eldest daughter of William" (2), b. Jan. 27,
1840 ; d. Dec. 24, 1856.

3. John B. Milligan^ (8), second son of William" (2), b. Apr. 12, 1843 ; d. Feb.
12, 1865, in United States service.

4. Mary Elizabeth Milligan^ (8), second daughter of WiUiam" (2), b. Nov. 7,
1845 5 '^^'^s ''^^- to Joseph Hamilton and had one daughter, Anna.

5. Albert G. Milligan^ (1), third son of William" (2), b. June 3, 1849 ; m. Jan.
20, 1876, Mary J. McGuffey, and d. June 26, .1882. Three children as
follows :

I. Infant Daughter, b. Dec. 30, 1876; d. Jan. i, 1877.

II. Robert Hayes Milligan^, b. Nov. 3, 1877 ; d. June 23, 1892.
III. William Burrkll Milligan, b. Oct. 8, 1879.


1. Alexander Milligan' (5), eldest son of John" (5), b. in 1841.

2. Margaret Milligan'' (6), eldest daughter of John" (5), b. in 1841.

3. Mary Ann Milligan'^ (9), second daughter of John" (5), b. in 1845 ; d. Mar.
24, 1862, aged 17 years.

4. Harrison Milligan' (1), second son of John" (5), b. Sept. 4, 1845 ; m. Dec.
28, 1868, LizziF. Rohertson, by whom one son.

I. Arthur E. Milligan", b. Jan. n, 1873; who graduated with degree
of Doctor of Medicine, May, 1893, from Western Pa. Medical College.



5. Sarah R. Milligaiv' (3), third daughter of John* (5), b. Sept. 27, 1853 ;
was ni. Jan. 4, 1S83, ^^^ ('i".<H<r.K II. Bki'xxkk, b. Dec. 4, 1848, and resides at
West Newton, Ta. Chikhen named as foUows:
1. John M. Brunnkr, b. Nov. 28, 1885.
II. \Valtkr M. Brunner, b. July 27, 1888.

III. Claka Bkll Brunner, b. Jan. 29. 1892.

IV. Infant Son Brunner, b. Aug. 9, 1894 ; d. at Ijirth.
V. Sarah Jane Brunner, b. Nov. 3, 1895.


1. Hannah Lucetta Milligan^ (1), eldest daughter of Joseph* (1), b. Feb. 22,
1850; was m. Apr. 5, 1877, to John R. Scott, and has children named as
follows :

I. Joseph Elmer Scorr, b. July 8, 1878.
II. Susan Maggie Scoit, b. Jan. 25, 1880.
HI. Ci.ara Emma Scott, b. July 16, 1881.
IV. Lulu Maud Scott, b. Feb. 3, 1883.
v. Nettie Bell Scott, b. May 13, 1884.
VI. Burns Resler Scoit, b. Dec. 4, 1885.
VII. Charles Milligan Scott, b. May 28, 1888.
viii. Samuel Harrison Scott, b. Jan. 9, 1889.
IX. Hannah Highrerger Scott, b. Apr. 12, 1891 ; d. June 11, 1891.

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 63 of 109)