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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NORTHINGTON.

VI. Ola I. Milliken, b. July 29, 1879.

VII. Laura E. Milliken, b. Sept. 26, 1882; d. Oct. 5, 1902.

viii. LuciAN E. Milliken, b. Sept. 13, 1894.

IX. Gladys Milliken, b. Dec. 2, 1897.

X. Joseph W. Milliken, b. Aug. 28, 1899.

XI. Herbert Milliken, b. Dec. 6, 1902.

4. William M. Milliken, b. in Barnes Co., Tenn,, July 12, 1844; was m. Jan.
10, 1866, to Mary McGary; d. Nov., 1867.

5. Mary A. Milliken, b. in Huntsville, Tex,, Dec. 28, 1845 ; d. Sept. 28, 1848,

6. Martha F. Milliken, b. in Huntsville, Tex., Mar. 24, 1848; was m. May
10, 1868, to John Scuchardt; now a widow, living at Waco, Tex. ; one child,
Hattie A., b. at Galveston, Tex,, Mar. 20, 1870, with her mother.

7. Mary E. Milliken, b. in Huntsville, Tex., Jan. i, 1850: was m. Feb. i,
1870, to Thomas A. Lindsey, by whom Dora who d., and Hattie m. John A,
White of Huntsville, Tex.



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8. Letitia A. Milliken, b. in Huntsville, Tex,, Mar. 24, 1853 ; was m. Mar. 10,
1870. to James Harding, now (1904) a widow without issue.

9. Emily B. Milliken, b. in Huntsville, Tex., Sept. i, 1855; was m. May 10,
1872, to Allen K. Dillard, by whom Liidell and Allien, who live at home,
St. Louis, Mo.



Jiftb feneration.

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND ELIZA T. HALE.

1. Benjamin Harbeson Milliken* (1), eldest son of Robert^ (3), b. in Simpson
Co., Ky., Nov. 21, 1 84 1 ; was m. to Drucilla Hampton and moved to Allen
Co., Ky. He studied medicine in New York City and is now practising his
profession at Bowling Green, Ky. He has two sons, Elvis Hamptoti and
Charles A/ay, both living at home.

2. Hon. John Jesse Milliken^ (5), second son of Robert^ (3), b.

He received a high -school education at home and graduated at Cumberland
University, Lebanon, Tenn. He studied law and was successful from the
time he was granted a license to practise. He is a safe counsellor and prefers
to settle litigation out of the court house. Is attorney for the Farmers' and
Merchants' National Bank, and assignee for the J. A. McGoodwin Banking
Company. He is a frequent contributor to the press and is a writer of some
distinction. He never wrote an article that furnished grounds for a libel suit.
He is a Red Man, churchman, a Mason, a Knight of Phythias, and a loyal
Democrat. He has been honored by the people and served as City Attorney,
County Attorney, and County Judge. Is among the largest taxpayers of
Simpson Co., Ky., and has a paid up life insurance of twenty thousand dollars.
He resides in Franklin, Ky. Is unm.

3. Mary Susan Milliken' (4), eldest daughter of Robert* (3), lives with her
sisters in Franklin, Ky., unm.

4. Elizabeth McDonald Milliken' (3), second daughter of Robert* (3), d. in
infancy.

5. Narcissa Frances Milliken' (1), third daughter of Robert* (3), lives with
her sisters in Franklin, Ky., unm.

6. Annie Melvina Milliken' (2), fourth daughter of Robert* (3), lives with her
sisters, unm., in Franklin, Ky.

7. Elcy Anise Milliken' (1), fifth daughter, of Robert* (3), d. in infancy.

8. Robert Franklin Milliken' (4), third son of Robert* (3), d. in infancy.

9. Anna Thompson Milliken' (1), sixth daughter of Robert* (3), lives with
her sisters, unm., in Franklin, Ky.

CHILDREN OF CHARLES "W. AND SALLY RAYSTER.

I. John H. Milliken' (6), only son of Charles* (4), b. in Franklin, Ky., m.
first, Fannie Randolph, of Hopkinsville, Ky., and second, Bertha Steger,
of Louisville, Ky. Mr. Milliken is general ticket agent of the LouisvilUe &
Nashville R. R. Company. He was locally known as " Red John " to distin-
guish him from his cousin, the lawyer, who was called " Black John.'' Resi-
dence, Louisville, Ky., one child, Mattie-May.




HON. JOHN J. MILLIKEN. FRANKLIN, KY.




JOHN T. MILLIKEN,



MILLIKENS OF ORANGE CO., NO. CAROLINA. 501

CHILDREN or DR. JAMES AND MITTIE SARVER.

1. Charles W. Milliken"' (6), son of James H.' (4), b. in Franklin, Simpson
Co., Ky.. Jill}' 19, iS6j ; m. Jan. 16, 1896, Miss Emma I^hillips, of Tupelo,
Miss. He is a professional druggist residing in Franklin, Ky. Issue: James
Hal, b. Jan. 5, 1898.

2. Fannie Milliken'' (2), daughter of James H.^ (4), b. in Franklin, Simpson
Co., Ky., was m. Oct. 31, 1886, to McAi.istkk Skymork Harris, who is
cashier of The Simpson County Bank, a prosperous institution in Franklin, Ky.

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND HARRIETT HOOD.

1. Samuel Milliken^ (3), eldest son of John^ (2), b. in Evansville, Ind., Sept. 9,
1839; m. Fanny Collier of Greenwood, Miss., and d. without issue Nov.,
186S. He was in the Confederate service and was a Lieutenant second in
command of the ram "Arkansas " when she ran the blockade at Vicksburg.
No children.

2. William Milliken' (6), second son of John^ (2), b. in Evansville, Ind., Mar.
28. 1S42 ; ni. Narcissus Weakley of Florence, Ala., and left issue ; d. in Apr,,
18S9. He was on the staff of General Buford of Forest's Confederate army.
Children: Kate, Ann B., Louisa and William.

3. Benjamin Hord Milliken' (2), third son of John^ (2), b. in McCracken Co.,
Ky., May 20, 1844; m. Mary B, Wells at Elkton, Ky., and had issue six
children. Living in California. See 6th generation.

4. Lynn Boyd Milliken' (I), fourth son of John-* (2), b. in Paducah, Ky,, Sept.
9, 1847 ; d. in 1854.

5. John Thomas Milliken-^ (7), fifth son of John^ (2), b. in Paducah, Ky,
Nov. 5, 1852 ; m. jMay Walton in 1897, and resides in St. Louis, ^Mo. He
was only nine years of age when his father died, and his first experience in
business was acquired by peddling newspapers, pastry, apples, etc., among the
soldiers of General Grant's army ; this trade he followed during the Civil War,
attending school betimes when he had an opportunity. At the age of seven-
teen he left his school and found employment witli his brothers, who kept a
provision store, for a number of years. He then worked in a flouring mill and
learned the miller's trade ; then he became the buying and selling agent for
the milling company. In 1878 he left Kentucky and went on the road for the
Empire !NIilling Company of St. Louis ; afterwards went into the grain busi-
ness for himself, buying and selling grain along the Ohio and Mississippi
rivers. When the great tlood of 1883 came on the Ohio, he was caught with
200,000 bushels of corn on the banks, the most of which was lost, and he was
financially ruined. He then returned to St. Louis heavily in debt. Soon after
he became a member of the " Commercial Exchange," entered the brokerage
business, and by judicious management in speculating he not only succeeded
in paying his debts, but laid the foundation of his present fortune. He su]>
ported his widowed mother from the time he was nineteen years of age until
she passed away in 187S, and his sister until her marriage.

]NIr. Milliken is now (1902) proprietor in the firm of John T. Milliken l1- Co.,
president of the Bradley Stencil Machine Co. and of The Golden Cycle Mining
Co., one of the largest gold-producing corporations in the Cripple Creek District,
Colorado. He has seen many vicissitudes during his business career, but by



502 MILLIKENS OF ORANGE CO., NO. CAROLINA.

well-directed energy, honesty and truthfulness he has been a decided success
and has a high standing in St. Louis and other business centres where he is
known. Children: //. Milliken, b. Jan. 27, 1898, and Harriet Louisa, aged
two years.

6. Margaret Caroline Milliken'' (1), only daughter of John^ (2), b. in Paducah,
Ky., May 21, 1855 ; became the wife of Mr. C. H. Christian, and resides in
Elkton, Ky.

CHTLDREN OF HARBISON AND ELIZABETH A. GHOLSON.

1. William Dickson Milliken^ (7), eldest son of Harbison* (2), b. in McCracken
Co., Ky., Nov. I, 1848; m. Sept. 17, 1874, at Fort Worth, Tex., Maggie C.
Young. He left home in 1868 ; was clerk in a store at Fort Worth, Tex.,
until 1873 ' engaged in general merchandising there in 1874 ; removed to
Lewisville, Tex., in 1878, where he continued as merchant. His children
named as follows :

I. William Dickson Milliken, b. Sept. 15, 1875 ; merchant in Louis-
ville, Ky. Single.
II. Samuel Ramsey Milliken, b, Nov. 28, 1879 ; physician and surgeon,

Dallas, Tex. Unm.
HI. Thomas Gillespie Milliken, b. Nov. 13, 1881 ; attorney-at-law

Denton, Denton Co., Tex. Single.
IV. ISI^RTiN Horace Milliken, b. Oct. 18, 1883. Single.
v. Maggiebell Milliken, b. Nov. 15, 1S85. ^t home. Single.
VI. Charles Young Milliken, b. /\.ug. 24, 1887. A student in A. & M.

Coll., College Station, Tex.
VII. Elizabeth A. Milliken, b. Dec. 19, 1890. In school.
VIII. John Barnes Milliken, b. Dec. 10, 1893. In school.

2. Martin H. Milliken'^ (1), second son of Harbison* (2), b. in Kentucky, July

3. 1852; m. May 12, 1880, Nannie B. Young at Fort Worth, Tex., and lived
in Lewisville, Tex., to which place he removed in 1878. He was a clerk for
four years, then engaged in the druggist business, which he followed until his
death, Nov. 19, 1898. His widow and children live in Lewisville. Names as
follows :

I. Nancy Louise Milliken, b. Mar. 22, 1884. At home, single.
II. Ada Louvicie Milliken, b. Dec. 26, 1886. At home, single.
III. Willie D. Milliken, b. Nov. i, 1889. At home, single.
3. John S. Milliken^ (8), third son of Harbison* (2), b. in McCracken Co., Ky.;
d. Oct. 31, 1857.

CHTLDREN OF ULYSSES AND MARY.

1. Nettie Milliken'^ (1), eldest daughter of Ulysses* (1), b. Mar. 5, 1856, in
Paducah, Ky. ; was m. to James Graham in Alvarado, Tex., Oct. 19, 1876.
They now reside in Nashville, Tenn., where Mr. Graham is practising law.
They have eight children.

2. Ariel Milliken^ (1), eldest son of Ulysses* (1), b. in Paducah, Ky., Oct.,
1859 ; li\'ing in St. Louis, Mo., single.

3. Kate W. Milliken'^ (1), second daughter of Ulysses* (1), b. in Paducah,
Ky., Dec, i860.

4. Alexander H. Milliken' (1), second son of Ulysses* (1), b. in Paducah,
Ky., Jan., 1862 ; running as pilot on the Mississippi River steamer.



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MILLfh'ENS OF ORANGE CO., NO. CAROLINA. 508

5. Robert U. Milliken^ (1). third son of Ulysses^ (1), b. May 17, 1866, in St.
I^nuis, Mo. \\'lK'iL'about.s (1900) unknown. 'I'win to Cora M.

6. Cora M. Milliken"' (8), third daughter of Ulysses^ (1), b. in St. Loui.s, Mo.,
May 17. 1S66. " Twin to Kob."

7. William lV!illiken-^(9), fourthson of Uly.sses< (l),b. in St. Louis, Mo., in 1867.

8. Leila D. Miliiken-' (2), fourth daughter of Ulysses^ (1), b. in St. Louis,
Mo, Sept. II, 1869; was ni. to Mr. IIoi'K and resides in New York City.

CHILDREN OF 'WILLJAM AND NANCY LEETON.

1. Lucy Jane Millikeir (2), eldest daughter of William' (3). b. July 15, 1827;
was ni. Feb. 12, 1850, to Thomas Jefferson Hoy, and is still living, vigorous
in mind and body, at Franklin. Simpson Co., Ky. She had two children, as
follows :

I. Infant son not named.

II. FxLA Hov was 111. Mar. 12, 1879, to Hon. Isaac Herschel Goodnight,
a lawyer, who represented Simpson Co., Ky., in the State Legislature in
1877-78. He was elected to Congress in Nov., 1890, where he served
six years and retired voluntarily because of ill health In 1897 ^^^ ^^'^^
elected Circuit Judge, which office he hlled until his death, July 24, 1901.
He left an only child, Isaac Hoy Good/iig/it, b. Aug. 30, 1880, now
living with his mother and grandmother, in Franklin, Ky.

2. Susan Elizabeth Miliiken'' (2), second daughter of William* (3), b. Feb. 27,
1830 : d. July 6, 1853, unm.

3. Elcy Louisa Miliiken'' (2), third daughter of William (3), b. Jan. 31, 1834;
d. Apr. 7, 1898, unm.

4. Dr. John Robert Miliiken'' (9), eldest son of William^ (3), b. Aug. 27, 1836 ;
m. Oct. 15, 1863, Bettie Ann Neelv. He studied medicine in N. Y. City,
going there in 1859, where he remained two years. In the spring of 1861,
he went to Nashville, Tenn., but finally settled permanently in Middleton,
Simpson Co., where he d. July 20, 189 1. He had issue seven sons. See 6th
generation.

5. James Meachiim Miliiken'' (7), second son of William'* (3), b. Apr. 11, 1840,
d. Aug. 12, 1 86 1.

6. George Miliiken'' (7), second son of William (3), d. in infancy.

7. Harbison Miliiken'' (3), third son of William (3), d. in infancy.

CHILDREN OF GEORGE H. AND ADELAID BUNTIN.

1. Joseph Miliiken^ (1), eldest son of George* (4), b. in 1839 ; d. at the age of
twelve.

2. Mary Ellen Miliiken''^ (5), eldest daughter of George* (4), b. Mar. 22, 1837 ;
was m. Feb. 11, 1858, to John Crittenden Bell of Franklin, Ky., b. Dec.
5, 1833, ^^'^ ^- '^P'- '7' 1S63. She was m., secondly, in 1867, to Thomas
Jenkins of Bowling Green, Ky., b. in 1823, ^"<^ ^- '" 1896. Her husbands
were both grocery merchants. She lived in Franklin until her second mar-
riage, then settled in Lebanon, Tenn., where she still resides. Four children :

I. George II. Jenkins, b. in 1869.

II. Desha C. Jenkins, b. in 1872, d. in 1873.

III. Mary E. Jenkins, b. in 1875.

IV. Hugh C. Jenkins, b. in 1877.



504 MILLIKENS OF ORANGE CO., NO. CAROLINA.

3. Amos Kendall Milliken'' (3), second son of George* (4), b. Mar., 1841, in
Franklin, Ky., and resided there until his marriage with Josephine Mitchener,
daughter of Austin and Nancy Parker Mitchener, and settled near Galla-
tin, Sumner Co., Tenn., where his occupation was farming. His wife d. Mar,
23, 1899, and he is now (1902) living with his children in Nashville, Tenn.
To this couple were b. seven children, of whom with 6th generation.

4. Phoebe Milliken* (1), second daughter of George* (4), b. in 1843 ? was m.
1867, to Henry Vaughan of Gallatin, Tenn.. and d. without leaving issue.

5. Addle Milliken'' (2), third daughter of George* (4), b. in 1845 ; was m.
1862, to James Whitesides, by whom she had three children, two of them
dying in childhood. She died in 1873. Her son, Walter Whitesides, is
living at \\'oodburn, Ky.

CHILDREN OF GEORGK H. AND SENORA VAUGHAN.

1. Alice Milliken^ (2), eldest daughter of George* (4), and Senora; d. in
infancy.

2. Dora Milliken'^ (2), second daughter of George* (4), and Senora; was m.
to William R. Wall, Rome, Ga., and has no children.

3. James Milliken^ (8), eldest son of George* (4), and Senora; d. in infancy.

4. Eliza D. Milliken' ( ), third daughter of George* (4), and Senora ; was in.
to Dr. Lafayette J. Jones ; lives in Franklin, Ky., and has two children,
Mabel C. and Guy R.

5. Emma L. Milliken'^ (2), fourth daughter of George* (4), and Senora ; was
m. to James M. Pence of Adairsville, Ky. ; no children.

6. John S. Milliken'^ (10), second son of George* (4), and Senora, b. July 24,
1859 ; m. Miss Bennie L. Tisan of Adairsville, Ky. No children. He lives
at Trenton., Ky., where he is cashier of a bank.

7. Walter B. Milliken^ (1), third son of George* (4), b. Sept. 24, 1862 ; m.
LiLLiE GiviDEN, and d. Oct. 14, 1896, being killed on a railroad. He left
two small children, George H. and Jno. S.

8. Huella Milliken"' (1), fifth daughter of George* (4), and Senora ; lives with
her mother at Franklin, Ky., unm.

9. Eula Lee Milliken-^ (7), sixth' daughter of George* (4), and Senora ; lives
with her mother at Franklin, Ky., unm.

CHILDREN OF REV. LEONARD HUGH AND MART.

1. Matilda Rawlings Milliken^ (1), eldest daughter of Leonard (2), b. in
Hardman Co., Tenn., June 20, 1843 ' ""•• Thomas Jefferson Shelton, son
of George Perrin and Martha Stirling Shelton, Feb. 22, 1864, at La Grange,
Fayette Co., Tenn., where he was b. April 4, 1839. He d. May 13, 1901, at
Little Rock, Ark. These had eight children.

2. Hon. William Alfred Milliken-^ (10), eldest son of Leonard* (2), b. in
Somerville, Tenn., Sept. 16, 1845; m. first. Miss Mary Humphrey, of Somer-
ville, who d. many years ago leaving four children, three daughters and a son.
One of these is a well-known actress. Mr. Milliken is a lawyer of ability, and
formerly practiced his profession in Nashville, Tenn. At this time he holds
a position in the office of the Assistant U. S. Attorney General for the Post
Office Department, in Washington, D.C.



Mil. 1. IKEA'S OF ORAXGE CO., NO. CAKOLINA. .">();,

3. Mary Epps Milliken'' (6), second daughter of Leonard' (2), 1). Dec. 28,
1847 at Somerville, Tenii. ; ni. Mr. l'Kiri:;{l. at Mt. Adams. Ark., N'dv. 14,
iSgo.

4. Leonard Hugh Milliken' (3), second son ul Leonard' (2j, b. I'eb. 4, 1851
at Aberdeen, Miss. ; d. Jan. 29, 1879,

5. Lovinia Moody Milliken'^ (1), third daughter of Leonard^ ( 2), b. Xov. 24,
1853 at Aberdeen, Miss. ; d. Dec. 25, 1873.

6. Benjamin Harrison Milliken'' (3), third son of Leonard' (2),b. Jan. 22,
1856. Was private secretary for Senator Isham Harris at Washington, D.
C, in 1S95. Has taught school and was a newspaper man at one time.

7. Rawlings Milliken'' (1), fourth son of Leonard'' (2), I). Dec. 12, 1859 in
Jackson, Miss.; d. Oct. 31, 1866.

8. Nannie Rhodes Milliken'' (5), fourth son of Leonard' (2),b. Jan. 30, 18C6;
m. Frank. Wkicar and resides at Sulphur Rock, Ark.

CHILDREN OF HIRAM AND IRENE C. R. HITE.

1. Olive Milliken'' (1 ), eldest daughter of Hiram^ (1), b. in Nashville, Tenn.,
Oct. 3, 185 1. Single.

2. Mary E. Milliken' (7), second daughter of Hiram^ (1), b. in Nashville,
Tenn., Aug. 17, 1853; m. Denton C. Dawson, who owns a large farm at
Cave Springs, Ky. Ten children.

3. Irene B. Milliken' (2), third daughter of Hiram"* (1), b. in Nashville,
Tenn., Nov. 16, 1855 ; m. John Yates, farmer, Orlinda, Tenn., and has sev-
eral children.

4. Nannie R. Milliken'' (6), fourth daughter of Hiram'* (1), b. in Nashville,
Tenn., Oct. 10, 1857. She was m. to Reuben Turner, merchant, of Bells,
Tenn. Two daughters.

5. John W. Milliken' (11), b. Dec. 29, 1859, only son of Hiram^ (1), by his
first wife. Treasurer of Logan Co. Ky. Resides at Russellville, Ky. Single.

CHILDREN OF HIRAM AND BETSEY O. BURNS.

6. Leonard Hugh Milliken^^ (4), second son of Hiram"* (1), b. at Edgefield,
Tenn., June 2, 1863; m. Jan. 22, 1896, at Middleton, Jefferson Co., Ky.,
Sarah Elizabeth Long, daughter of Samuel Culberson and Mary Ann
Long, born in Shelby Co., Ky., Sept. 20, 1869. Two children.

I. Bettie Burns Milliken", b. Mar. 3, 1897.

II. Mary Elizabeth Milliken", b. July 31, 1899.

7. Georgia Ann Milliken'' (1), daughter of Hiram^ (l),b. Dec. 20, 1865 ; m.
Joseph N. Dawson, Nov. 20, 1888, and has one child, Maria Is/ienaood, b.
Feb. 15, 1890.

8. John Downey Milliken' (12), son of Hiram^ (1), b. Dec. 30, 1S67 ; d.
Nov. 21, 1892.

9. Elizabeth Owings Milliken-^ (4), daughter of Hiram"* (1), b. Sept. 25,
1870; m. Henry S. Gray, Oct. 21, 1891, and has three children as follows :

I. Downey Milliken Gray, b. July 10, 1893.
M. Henry Carline Gray, b. Oct. 21, 1895.

III. Jane Whitney Gray, b. Jan. 14, 1898.



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10. Aileen Burns Milliken'' (1), daughter of Hiram^ (1), b. Oct. 26, 1873.

11. Harry Burns Milliken^ (1), son of Hiram' (1), b. March 18, 1878.

12. Maria West Milliken'' (2), daughter of Hiram' (1), b. Dec. 8, 1880 ; d.
Aug. 5, 1 88 1.

[CHILDREN OF -WILLIAM M. AND GILLIE A. HATFIELx,.

1. Alonzo Thomas Milliken' (1), eldest son of William' (4), b. Dec. 6, 1845 ;
m. a Miss Sims. He was in the Confederate Armj^ during the Civil War and
was killed after the close of hostilities when making a civil arrest, 1869.
He did not leave issue.

2. Martha Helen Milliken'^ (2), eldest daughter of W^illiam' (4), b. Aug. 30,
1S47 ; m. Edward Todd and had one son, Eddie Todd. She married 2d,
WiLLi.AM Snow, and d. in Jan. 1881, leaving one child.

3. William Alexander Milliken^ (11), second son of William' (4), b. Mar.
15, 1849; m. Miss Crowder ; lives near Eaton, Gibson Co., Tenn. (1902).
Has three children : Lula, Gordon and T/iomas.

4. Amanda Josephine Milliken' (1), second daughter of William' (4), b.
1852 ; d. unm. aged 18 years.

5. Nancy Edna Milliken^ (7), third daughter of \A'illiam' (4), b. 1853-4; d.
unm. aged 16 years.

6. Jennie Porter Milliken' (2), fourth daughter of William' (4), b. May
27, 1855 ; m. Aug. 17, 1873, Franklin S. Shell by whom three children.
She m. second, Samuel A. Hayes Jan. 10, 1884, by whom issue. Living
near North York, Henry Co., Tenn.

7. Charles John Milliken^' (4), third son of William' (4), b. July 31, 1857 ;
m. Dec. 7, 1882, Agnes Crawford, and lives at Whitdock, Henry Co.,
Tenn. Has three children named as follows :

I. Herman H. Milliken'', b. Sept. 20, 1883.

II. Eva Milliken'"', b. Sept. 24, 1885.

III. Homer C. Milliken", b. May 31, 1888.

8. Sarah Elizabeth Milliken^ (3), fifth daughter of William' (4), b. Oct. 7,
1859; m. Elias p. Cook, and lives near Osage, Henry Co., Tenn. Large
family.

9. Oscar Amos Milliken' (1), fourth son of William' (4) b. 1866; m. Sama
Fletcher of Marshall Co., Ky., who has d. He was in Morrilltown, Con-
way Co., Ark., in 1892. Three children, Charles-John, Guy-Wallace, and
Pearl-Nma.

10. George Simeon Milliken' (8), fifth son of William' (4), b. Dec. 16,
1869 ; d. Aug. 2, 1870.

11. ■ Roe Milliken' (1), sixth daughter of William' (4), by second wife
Sarah Milliken, b. Aug. 3, 1880 ; m. Aug. 25, 1899, Robert Armstead Clark
and lives in Osage, Henry Co., Tenn.

CHILDREN OF GEORGE M. AND ELVIRAH POWELL.

1. Virginia Susan Milliken' (2), eldest daughter of George' (5), b. Nov.
27, 1849; m. Mar. 26, 1871, Edward D. Bigger; d. May 38, 1895. One
child, Mrs. Halite Watson, Remit, Col well Co. Ky.




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2. Balie Townsend Milliken'" (1), eldest son of (Jeorge^ (5), b. in Henry
Co., Tenn., Mar. 27,1852; ni. Annik E. Cox Sept. 21, 1S77, and was
(1902) living on a farm in l-'ristoe, Marshall Co., Ky. Mr. Milliken has
with much care collected information relating to his branch of this family.
He is a man of superior intelligence and a writer of ability ; is an inventor
of useful household articles. He holds a U. S. licen.se as Master and Pilot
of Steamers on western rivers. He is now (1906) engaged in the hard-
wood lumber trade at Paducah, Ky. Four children named as follows:

I. Ol.a. Milliken'"', b. Jan. 3, 1879 ; m. Payne.

II. Don Milliken'', b. Aug. 19, 1883; now (1902), at Memphis, Tenn.
in. Ray A. Milliken", b. Oct. 5, 1885, at home, unm.
IV. Maggie Milliken'', b. Feb. 27, 1891, at home, unm.

3. Mary Etta Milliken'"' (8), .second daughter of George^ (5), b. May n,
1854; m, Aug. 8, 1872, Richard R. W<jod ; d. Apr. 4, 1884, Children:
Clifford, Eric, Clyde, Rodney, and Carl.

4. James Henry Milliken' (9), second son of George^ (5), b. Feb. 29, 1856;
d. Sept. 15, 1857. ^

5. Amos West Milliken" (4), third son of George^ (5), b. Dec. 6, 1867;
living on a farm in Fristoe, Marshall Co., Ky., unm.

6. Anna Elizabeth Milliken' (3), third daughter of George^ (5), b. Mar. 16,
i860 ; d. Oct. 12, 1867.

7. Ella Maria Milliken' (1), fourth daughter of George^ (5), b. Dec. 9, i86i ;
m. John H. Phillips, of P'ristoe, Marshall Co., Ky. No children in 1902.

8. Cora Alice Milliken-' (2), fifth daughter of George' (5), b. Oct. 17, 1S63 ;
d. Nov. 8, 1867.

9. Minnie Leela Milliken' (1), sixth daughter of George'' (5), b. Aug. 15,
1865 ; m. Nov. 24, 1887, John Wesley English, and lives in Marshall Co.,
Ky.

10. Nellie Lee Milliken' (2), seventh daughter of George^ (5), b. Aug. 12,
1868; m. June 15, 1899, Ulysses C. Wallace, and lives on a farm near
Epperson, Ky.

11. Lillian Belle Milliken" (1), eighth daughter of George'' (5), b. Feb. 17,
1870; a professional nurse in Hospital Metropale, Denver, Col. Spinster.

12. William Munroe Millikeir (12), fourth son of George-* (5), b. Feb. 29,
1872. Manufacturer of lumber and heading at Princeton, Caldwell Co., Ky.

CHILDREN OF JOHN C. AND MARTHA M. BONNER.

1. George McGinnis Milliken'"' (9), eldest son of John^ (8), b. in Paris, Tex.,
Sept. 23, 1858 ; m. in 1882, Mattie Earley Lewis, daughter of John N.
and Amelia Lewis of Ballinger, Tex., at Marysville, Cooks Co., Tex. Far-
mer in Ballinger, Tex. One son.

I. John Lewis Milliken", b. July 23, 1883.

2. Robert Amos Milliken' (6), second son of John^ (8), b. in Paris, Tex.,
Nov. 24, i860; m. Aug. 14, 1883, Dora M. Lewis, daughter of John jNL and
Amelia Lewis, at Marysville, Tex., and lives on a farm in Ballinger, Tex.
Five sons and three daughters named as follows :

I. Clara Milliken'' — no date.
II. Amos Milliken", b. Feb. 4, 1886.



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III. George Reuben Milliken'', b. Feb. 4, 1886.

IV. PIdgar Newton Milliken", b. Jan. 7, i888.

V. Robert Eonner Milliken-', b. Nov. 5, 1890.
VI. Cleta Evelyn Milliken'', b. May 22, 1892.

VII. John Charles Milliken'', b. Sept. n, 1894.
VIII. Lola Catherine Milliken", b. Sept. 30, 1896.

CHILDREN OF ELI AS AND SARAH A. REDDING.

1. John Beard Milliken" (13), eldest son of Elias"* (2), b. June 29, 1850; m.
Annie E. Grizzard, Nov. 8, 1874, she b. Feb. 10, 1859, and resides at



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