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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VIII. Lucy Mullikin^ b. May 22, 1884.
IX. QuiNCY Mullikin", b. March 4, 1886.



Mi'Ll.IKIiXS IX SIIEI.fiY COl'XTV, KENTUCKY. .-^7;j

X. Jksse Mui.likin*, b. Apr. 17, 1888.
\i. Addik Mi'LLiKix'*, b. Sept. 25, 1891.
Ml. Loris Mri.i.iKiN^ Ix Sept. 2, 1893.

3. Edward Newton MuUikin' (1), third son ot deorge'' ( 1), b. in 'I'rimble
Co.. Ky., in 1840; d. there in 1843.

4. Thomas Benton Mullikin" (3), fourth son of George" (1), b. in Trimble
Co., Ky., in 1S42 ; d. the same year.

5. Sarah Elizabeth MuUlkln" (3), daughter of George'' ( 1), b. in Trimble Co.,
ky.. Dec. 18, 1S44 ; m. May i, 1873, Chari.ks Sikki,, in rrentionville, Ky.,
and .settled in Covington, Ky., where five children were born. In .May 1883,
the family removed to Prestonville. Mr. Steel was mate on a river boat the
most of his life but retired in 1891, and d. Nov. 20, 1895, at Lock No. i, on
the Kentucky river ; was buried in CarroUton, Ky., where his widow resides.
Children named as follows:

I. Oris Goslkk Steel, b. March 28, 1874 ; d. June 12, 1875 : was buried
in Covington, Ky.

II. (^Tis Xixox Steki., b. March 8, 1876 ; and lives in Smithfield, W. \'a.
Toolsmith.

III. DiNCY Steel, b. Apr. 13,1878; d. Apr. 13, 1880; was buried in Cov-
ington, Ky.

IV. Dwir.HT Stekl, b. Dec. 29, 1880; d. Feb. 29, 1890: was buried in
Covington, Ky.

V. Grace Steel, b. Dec. 29, i88o.

VI. George Steel, b. Feb. 3, 1886: resides with his mother in Carroll-
ton, Ky. He was paid for the records of this family.

6. John Henry Mullikin' (5), fifth son of George" (1), b. in Trimble Co.,
Ky., Nov. 7, 1847 ; d. June 3, 1904. He m. Mlss Florence Peckham of
Prestonville, Ky., Jan. 4, 1877. He served in the Confederate army during
the Civil war. Resides in CarroUton. Was for many years an invalid.
There were six children, named as follows : Two d.

I. Katie Mullikin-, b. June 19, 1879; d. Jan. 12, 1899.
II. Charles Lewis Mullikin**, b. Jan. 2, 1882 ; is a tinsmith by trade
and lives with his widowed mother.

III. Harry Lindsey Mullikin", b. Sept. 20, 1887.

IV. J(jsiE Velma Mullikin^ b. May 10, 1896.

7. Susan Mary Mullikin" ( 3 ), second daughter of George" ( 2 ), b. in Trimble
Co. in 1848 : d. in June, 1879. Single.

8. Malinda Katherine Mullikin' (2), third daughter of George" (2), b. in
Trimble Co., Ky., Nov. 1850; m. Nov. 29, 1871, William B. Taylor, b.
Nov. 16, 1845; d. on his farm back of Campbellburg, Ky., Nov. 10, 1893,
and was buried with his children at Bethel church, Ky. He was a tall,
slender man of dark complexion. His family, since his death, reside in
Cincinnati, O., where his sons find employment in the factories. Children
named as follows :

I. Lee Onville 'I'avlor, b. Nov. 13, 1872 ; m. Miss Ri;r riiii-n'V, Nov.
19, 189C. He lives on a farm near Ewings Ford, Ky. One child,
Willie LcL\ b. Apr. 28, 1897.



574 MULIJKINS IN SHELBY COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

II. Lizzie Minxik Taylor, b. Aug. ii, 1874; d. Apr. 20, 1900.

III. Clarenck Taylor, b. Fel). 22, 1877; m. Ellkm Quin of Prestion-
ville, Ky., Apr. 12, 1903, and Hycs on Western Ave., Fairmount,
Cincinnati, (). He is a brass founder. One child, Mary Kate, b. Feb.
3, 1904; d. F^eb. 18, 1904,

IV. Elmer Taylor, b. Apr. 27, 1879.

V. Emma D. Taylor, b. March i, 1881 ; m. March 16, 1896, Daniel
Demeree, a widower, and lives in Indianapolis, Ind. Carpenter.
Issue: Earl, b. Aug. 20, 1900, and Theodore, b. Aug. 28, 1903.
VI. Uallie Taylor, b. Dec. 14, 1882 ; d. Dec. 30, 1882.
viL Grace Taylor, b. July 12, 1884; d. Feb. 15, 1885.
VIII. Darah Taylor, b. Apr. 13, 1885.
IX. Susie Ena Taylor, b. July 5, 1888; d. March 22, 1899.
X. Otis Taylor, b. Feb. 26, 1890.
XI. Elsie Taylor, b. May 25, 1893.

9. Emily Dorothy Miillikin" (1), fourth daughter of George''' (2), b. in Trim-
ble Co., Ky., Dec. 1852 ; was m. to a Mr. Pyles, and had four children,
Fred, Ethel, Josie and Maggie. Some are m. and lived, when last heard
from, in Indiana. Mrs. Pyles d. March 1880.

ID. Matilda Jane Miillikin' (1), fifth daughter of George*' (2), b. in Trimble
Co., Ky., Aug. 7, 1854; was m. Dec. 15, 1877, at Madison, Ind., to F>noch
Stephens. They reside on a farm in Prestionville, but lived in LaGrange,
Ky., where four children were born. Issue named as follows :

I. Walter Stephens, b. in LaGrange, Ky., Feb. 12, 1879; d. there

Dec. 2, 1883.
II. Elijah Stephens, b. in LaGrange, Ky., Feb. 13, 1881 ; now a saw-
miller in Carrollton, Ky.

III. George Stephens, b. in LaGrange, Ky., Aug. 19, 1883 ; now a saw-
miller in Carrollton, Ky.

IV. William Stephens, b. in LaGrange, Ky., Sept. 12, 1885.
V. Sallie Stephens, b. in Henry Co., Ky., Aug. 28, 1887.

VI. Clyde Stephens, b. in Henry Co., Ky., July 6, 1893.

^cOeatb feneration.

CHILREN OF HARVEY AND EMILY TUCKER.

1, Arthur Mullikin' (1), eldest son of Harvey® (1), b. near Nineveh, Ind.,
Aug. II, 1833; d. between 1865 and 1870, in Illinois.

2. Rachel A. Miillikin" (2), eldest daughter of Harvey" (1), b. July 25, 1831,
in Williamsburg, Ind. ; was m. in 1858 at Williamsburg, to Joseph L. Deitch,
a native of F'rance, and is living at Indianapolis, Ind. Six children named
as follows :

I. Mkdora L. Deitch was m. first to Isaacs; second to Oscar

P. Hoover, farmer; lives in Bridgeport, Ind.
II. Adda Deitch was m. to Abraham H. Frank, wholesale cigar dealfer
in Indianapolis, Ind. Now a widow.

III. Otto A. Deitch is a druggist at Indianapolis, Ind.

IV. Othello L. Deitch is a physician at Indianapolis, Ind.



MUI.lJKfXS /A' SUE I. BY COUNTY, KENTUCKY. ',7.-,

v. ()sr\u S. Dkiich is a physician at Indianapolis, Inci.

VI. Xaoma 1 >. Hi I nil was m. to ( '11 AKi.Ks I-'.. W \ kit, wholesale merchant,
Decatur, ill.

3. James M. Mullikiiv ( 5 ), second son of Harvey" (1), h. near Nineveh,
Ind., Dec. 16, 1S38 ; m. Feb. 20, 1862, Nancy Ann Kinih.i:, daughter of
Joseph and Xancy Kindle, b. Jan. 18, 1844. He was appointed postmaster
at Nineveh, Ind., Dec. 19, 1859, and served for four years. Removed to a
farm near town and remained until 1878; then moved to a farm in Wayne
Co., 111., where he still resides. Post office address Cisne, 111. Hischiklren
named as follows :

I. Idskf'H Mi'I.i.ikin", b. Feb. 4, 1864; in. Nii.i.ii \\ \ki 1,1,. I.s a real

estate agent at Terra Haute, Ind. One daughter, hla />'. Miillikitt.

II. Edna L. Mullikin", b. Oct. 13, 1865 ; m. |<>iin |. ( Assiitv, and lives

on a farm near I'lora, 111. Children: Jfollaiul M., John Ilaiolii,

J)oiui/(/ Marvin.

III. Jamks B. Mi;i,MK.iN'", b. Dec. i, 1S67 ; m. l'"i.iZAni:rH Hiocins. .\t-
torney-at-law. Terra Haute, Ind. One son, Paul Kosco.

IV. Amy Rachkl Mullikin", b. Sept. 3, 1869; is now a school teacher
in Terra Haute, Ind. ; unm.

V. Harvky Muli.ikin*, b. March 22, 1S72 ; is a farmer at Cisne, III.;

unmarried.
VI. Hugh M. Mui.mkin'', b. Nov. 13, 1S76 ; is a doctor of medicine, and

assistant surgeon for the Vandalia railroad, residing in Terra Haute,

Ind.; unm.

VII. Nannie Hazkl Mullikin'^, b. March 13, 1888; is living at home
with her parents in Cisne, 111. ; unm.

4. Mariah Jane Mullikiiv (1), -second daughter of Harvey'' (1), m. Mam.li^
'r. Smki'HKKd, and lives at Petersburg, 111., where her sons are engaged in
the banking business. They declined to furnish the family records. Names,
Justin J/., Homer C, and Flossie O.

5. John D. MuUikin' (4), son of Harvey'^ (1), m, Apr. 1875, Miss Moi.iy
Cannon, and is a farmer at Toronto, Ks. His children are:

I. Claud Mullikin^ b. March 28, 1876. Single.

II. Maud Mullikin'', b, 1874; is m.

6. Margaret C. Mullikin" ( 1 ), daughter of Harvey*^ (1), b. near Nineveh, Ind. ;
d. unm.

7. Thomas Mullikin' (2), son of Harvey*' (1), b. near Nineveh, Ind. ; is liv-
ing on the homestead with his maiden sister, Lydia, (near Bement, Piatt
Co., 111., ) unm. They have the family record of their parents, but will not
furnish a copy.

8. Lydia Mullikin' (2), fourth daughter of Harvey'" ( D, is now living in
"single blessedness" at the homestead near Bement, Piatt Co., 111.

9. Alice Mullikin" (1), fifth daughter of Harvey" (1), b. at Williamsburg,
Johnson Co., Ind., March 28, 1854; was m. Feb. 15, 1876, to Ckorc.k H.
WiNc.ATK of Lovington, Moultrie Co., 111., b. near Mt. Sterling, Brown Co.,
111., Dec. I, 1853. They lived in Lovington from date of m. to spring of
1886, then moved to s'humway, Effingham Co., 111., where they remained



570 MULLIKINS IN SHELBY COUNTY, KENTUCKY.



more than three years ; then returned to Lovington, remaining until Oct. 6,
1 901, when they moved to their present home at East St. Louis, 111. Chil-
dren named as follows :

I. Lkola M. Wingate, b. March 7, 1878 ; d. Jan. 28, 1892.
II. Bertha Thomas Wingate, b. July 1880 ; single. School teacher at
East St. Louis, 111.

III. Bella E. Wingate, b. Sept. 8, 1883 ; now a stenographer at East
St. Louis, 111.

IV. Sarah N. Wingate, b. Sept. 8, 1883 ; d. Nov. 4, 1883.

V. Georgie June Wingate, b. June 7, 1889; d. July 3, 1896.

VI. Cleopatra Hazel Wingate, b. Jan. 14, 1891 ; d. Aug. 12, 1895.

CHIIiDREN OF JOHN AND ELBA PATTERSON.

I. ' Jennie Mullikin' (1), only daughter of John" (2), b. March 10, 1839 ; m.
Smith W. Houghton, and d. May 3, 1903, in Winchester, Tenn., issueless.
2. Samuel Mullikin" (1), only son of John*^ (2), b. Aug. 29, 1843 ; ^^^s killed
in battle during the Civil war, aged about 18 years ; unm. Was in Col.
Hawkins' Regt.

CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND SARAH MUSSELLMAN.

I. Uriah Mullikin" (1), eldest son of Thomas'' (1), b. in Johnson Co., Ind., _
Feb. 5, 1836 ; m. in Oct. 1864, Martha Hensley, daughter of a leading
farmer and business man in Harden Co., Ky. He has studied law but is
not in practice. His residence is at Franklin, Ind. Mr. Mullikin has mani-
fested considerable interest in this book and furnished much information
relating to his branch of the family. His children's names as follows :

I. Nathan H. Mullikin^, b. Sept. 1861 ; d. at the age of six months.

II. Sallie -Mullikin*, b. in Bloomington, Ind., Aug. 9, 1865 ; m. Dec.

27, 1885, Ambrose Porter Pritchard, b. near Nineveh, Ind., March

3, 1863; son of David A. and Sarah Ann (Watkins) Pritchard, and

grandson of Ameline (Buchanan) Watkins. She was a child of bright

intellect and scholarly attainments. Has lived in Nebraska, and

Colorado ; present residence, Neosho, Mo. Children :

(i). Herbert Audley Pritchard, b. June 7, 1887, near Gering, Neb.,

and removed thence with his parents in 1891, to Loveland, Col.,

and in 1893 to Longmont, Col. Baptized March 2, 1902.

(2). Iona Lenore Pritchard, b. Dec. 5, 1889, near Gering, Neb.

Moved to Neosho, Mo., Dec. 9, 1904. A Christian.
(3). Grace Leah Pritchard, b. Feb. 24, 1891, near Gering, Neb. A

Christian.
(4). Martha Ann Pritchard, b. Nov. 27, 1892, at Loveland, Col.
(5). Marion Ralph Pritchard, b. Oct. 3, 1894, near Longmont, Col.

d. May 28, 1895.
(6). Ruth Alberty Pritchard, b. Feb. 4, 1896, at Longmont, Col.
(7). Esther Lorena Pritchard, b. Feb. 22, 1899, at Longmont, Col.
(8). Norbert Lawrence Pritchard, b. Jan. 14, 1902, at Longmont,

Coloroda.
(9). Irene Adella Pritchard, b. June 29, 1903, at Longmont, Col.

III. Mary Mullikin**, b. in Bloomington, Ind., May 12, 1867 ; m. March
24, 1889, Ira Hubbard, b. in Randolph Co., Ind., July 11, 1865.



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MlI.l.lKIXS l.\ S///-:/ H) COUNTY, KKNTrCKV. .-,77



Residence rive miles from (lering, illutt Co., Neb. I lis business,

farming and ranching. Two sons:
(I). KmMK 1 I LksI.IK I Ili'.liARD, b. Nov. 7, 1892.
(2). HkNRV HUHIiARD, I). -Nov. 6, 1S9S.

IV. riU)M.\s Mlli.ikin", b. in liloomington, Ind., June 7, 1869. At the
age of twenty he went to lUandinsville, III., and two years later was
m. and moved to Plymouth, 111., and later to I'erris, III., where he
engaged in the grain business. He d. at IJurlington, la., Sept. 14,
1902, and was buried at ("arthage, 111.

V. KsiKLL.-v Mi'llikin", b. in Bloomington, Intl., Aug. 14, 1874; m. in
1895, Jo.SKi'H Thomas Allison, son of James A. and Mary ( Kwins)
Allison, b. Sept. 3, 1S69. She graduated from the High school at
Elandinsville, 111., while the family resided there, in 189;^. She at-
tended college at Kureka, 111., in 1S95, where Mr. Allison was a
teacher of shorthand and typewriting, and was the official reporter
of the Circuit court for Woodford's Co., 111. In 1897, he was appointed
stenographer in the navy dept. at \\'ashington, and on Feb. 5, 1902,
was appointed to a rirst class clerkship in the pension dept., whii h
position he now holds. Resides at Washington, I).C.

VI. Grace Mullikin^ b. Nov. 12, 1879, at Williamsburg, Ind. She
graduated from Franklin College in 1900, and from the Indiana State
Normal school at Terre Haute, Ind., in 1902. She is now a teacher
in the city schools at Greensburg, Ind.

VII. Claren'ce W. Mullikin", b. March 4, 1882, at Nineveh, Ind. About
the age of seven years he went to Illinois with his parents and after-
ward returned with them to Franklin, Ind., in the summer of 1895.
He graduated from Franklin High school in 1899 ; attended Franklin
college three years and received an A.B. degree from that institution
in 1903. After graduating from college, taught school two years ; the
rirst year in Marion Co., Ind., the second year was principal of the
High school at Burnett's Creek, Ind. During the school year 1905-
1906, was a student in the medical department of Purdue University.

2. Eliza Jane Mullikin' (1), eldest daughter of Thomas'' (1), b..in ^^'illiams-
burg, Johnson Co., Ind., May 29, 1838; was m. at Bloomington, Ind., June
5, 1856, to Alexander Wright Campbell, son of Hugh and Nancy Camp-
bell of Scotch descent, who was b. Nov. 17, 1834, in Bourbon Co., Ky. He
is a banker and merchant ; residence, Lacona, la. She lived in Williams-
burg until the spring of 1855, when she removed to Monroe Co. In 1863,
she went to Franklin where she remained until the autumn of 1879, when,
with her family, she removed to Iowa. Children as follows :

\. Charles Campbell, b. at Bloomington, Ind., Dec. i i, 1858 ; m. Dec.

8, i88i, Ida May Bulmer ; d. at Burington, la., Aug. 4, 1894.
II. Thomas Campbell, b. at Bloomington, Ind., Sept. 15, 1862 ; d. at

Burlington, la., Aug. 22, 1884.
HI. Mary Campbell, b. at Williamsburg, Ind., Dec. 31, 1865; m. Dec.
i6, 1884, Eugene Simpson Baker and has issue : Glen, Mtirie/, Hazle
and Francis.
IV. Martha Campbell, b. in Williamsburg, Ind., Oct. 3, 1868 ; d. there
June 26, 1870.



578 ML'LUAnVS in she ley county, KENTUCKY.

V. Bertha Campbell, b. in Williamsburg, Ind., Jan. 8, 1S71; m. July
6, 1898, Frederick. Warrkn Kirkhead, and has issue Harold, b.
June 30, 1899.

3. William Thomas MuUikin" (6), second son of Thomas'' (1), b. in Williams-
burg, Johnson Co., Ind., Nov. 13, 1841 ; m. Abigail Ralston and had issue.
In the spring of 1885, he removed with his parents to Monroe Co., where
he attended school. At the breaking out of the Civil war he enlisted in the
2 2d Indiana regiment and went to the front, but after about eight month's
service he was discharged for chronic rheumatism and returned home. In
1863, he returned to Johnson Co., Ind., where he was m. and remained un-
til Sept., 1882, when he went to Columbus, Ks. He afterwards moved to
Joplin, Jasper Co., Mo., where he now resides. He is a man of superior
intelligence. Several children, but refused to send records.

4. Tabitha Ann Mullikin' (1), second daughter of Thomas" (1), b. June 16,
1844, in Johnson Co., Ind. ; was m. Apr. 16, 1868, to Martin V. Kindle
and resides at Franklin, Ind. Her husband wash, in Georgetown, O., July
7, 1840. They had seven children, six of them deceased. Names as follows :

I. Edward M. Kindle, b. March 10, 1869; m. Dec. 31, 1901, Mar-
garet Ferris of Grand Rapids, Mich.

II. Thomas M. Kindle, b. Jan. 4, 1872 ; d. Jan. 23, 1872.

III. ViRGiE W. Kindle, b. Feb. 13, 1873; d. March 7, 1873.

IV. Harry M. Kindle, b. Oct. 17, 1874; d. July 11, 1876.
V. Ettie M. Kindle, b. May 7, 1877 , d. Aug. 7, 1879.

VI. Freddie L. Kindle, b. June 19, 1880; d. June 27, 1880.

VII. Nettie M. Kindle, b. Nov. 28, 1881 ; d. March 10, 1882.

5. Sarah Ann Mullikin' (4), third daughter of Thomas" (1), b. in Johnson
Co., Ind., June 16, 1884, (twin sister of Tabitha) and d. when young.

CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND MARTHA J. ALKXANDER.

6. James A. Mullikin' (8), third son of Thomas^ (1), b. in \\'illiamsburg,
Johnson Co., Ind., Aug. 7, 1849, and d. Feb. 9, 185 1.

7. Martha Elizabeth Mullikin' (2), fourth daughter of Thomas*' (1), b. in
Williamsburg, Johnson Co., Ind., Apr. 20, 185 1 ; was m. Jan. 11, 187 1, to
Andrew Stewart Oliphant of Bloomington, Ind. ; b. near Union, Pike
Co., Ind., July 29, 1848, and d. of pneumonia, March 9, 1899, at Columbus,
Kan., and was buried in the public cemetery. He was practising law at
Columbus, but after one year removed to Bloomington, and went into busi-
ness with his wife's father. He returned to Columbus, Kan., in June, 1882.
Children named as foUow's :

I. Edward Oliphant, b. Feb. 13, 1872 ; d. Dec. 1S72.

II. Ella Olie Oliphant, b. Jan. 8, 1874.

III. Octavia Oliphant, b. Dec. i, 1876.

IV. Roy Oliphant, b. Aug. 28, 1878; d. Oct. 28, 1878.

V. Bessie Oliphant, b. Sept. 24, 1879.

VI. B. Jean Oliphant, b. Aug. 13, 1881.
vir. Leslie Oliphant, b. Apr. 15, 1885.

VIII. Emoline Oliphant, b. Sept. 4, 1886.



MULLIKIXS l.\ SllEiny COUNTY, KENTICKY. 'uW



IX. An'orkw L. Oi.ii'han r, b. Jan. 28, 1SS9 ; d. julv 4, 1S.J7.
X. Max S. Omimiax i, h. ]-\\\. 16, 1.S92.

S. Rachel Octavia Mullikin" ( 3 ), lifth daughter ol rhtjinas'' ( 1 ), b in Hloom-
ington, Miinroe Co., Inil., March 9, 1S56, and d. Oct. 27, 1S61.

9. Thomas Edward Mullikin" (4), fourth son of Thomas" (1), 1). in lUoom-
ington, Munroe Co., Ind., Dec. 3, 1S5.S; d. Nov. 9, 1861.
10. Olivia Mullikin" (1), si.\th daughter of 'I'honias" (1), b. in Hlooniing-
ton, Munroe Co., Ind., Sept. 16, 1S62 ; was ni. Dec. 26, 1.SS3, to Hi.n roN
Ai.KRKD, now in real estate and insurance business, in Colunil)u.s, Kan., who
owned a drug store there. They have three sons named as follows:
I. Raymond 1!. Alkkkd, b. Apr. 26, 18S5.

II. Burton U. Alfrki), b. July 2, 188S.

III. Cecil Alfrko, b. Dec. 10, 1895.

CHILDREN OF ARTHUR AND ELIZABETH HUNTER.

1. James Warner Mullikin' ( 6), only son of Arthur*' (1), b. Dec. 17, iS.p ;
m. Apr. 12, 1864, Ruth J. Kerr, who d. May 26, 1873. He m. second, Sept.
25, 1873, Sarah Elizabeth Cox. He resides near Franklin, Ind. I'our
children by Ruth and five by Sarah, named as follows :

I. William Arthur Mullikin", b. Feb. 2, 1865.
M. Mary Elizabeth Mullikin", b. Feb. 3, 1867.

ML Ruth E. Mullikin", b. Nov. 17, 1S70.

IV. Charles Kerr Mullikin", b. May 21, 1873; d. Aug. 21, 1873.
v. Laura Viola Mullikin", b. June 3, 1875.

VI. Daisy Alice Mullikin", b. Apr. i, 1877.

vii. Samuel Franklin Mullikin", b. Jan. 25, 1879.
VIII. Earl Kerr Mullikin", b. Feb. 7, 1882.
IX. Nannie Mullikin", b. Apr. 16, 1884; d. Aug. 18, 18S4.

2. Sarah Elizabeth Mullikin" (5), only daughter of Arthur" (1), b. Oct. 14,
1848, was brought up in the family of her uncle Thomas Mullikin, after the
death of her parents. In 1869 she went to Cowan, Tenn., to visit the widow
of her uncle John Mullikin, and was m. Oct. 12, 1872, to Joseph Miller.
She inherited the plantation on which her uncle and aunt d. and now resides
thereon — between Cowan and Winchester, in Franklin Co., Tenn. Children
as follows :

\. Hkttie S. Miller, b. Aug. 20, 1873; m. May 31, 1888, to Albert
S. Johnson, and lives in Sev/anee, Tenn.

II. Warner Miller, b. Sept. 14, 1875.

III. John M. Miller, b. March 23, 1878.

IV. Mary E. Miller, b. Dec. 22, 1880.
V. Jennie H. Miller, b. July 9, 1883.

vi. Edwin S. Miller, b. July 15, 1885.

VII. Joseph P. Miller, b. July 5, 1888.

CHILDREN OF "WARREN AND ELIZABETH PATTERSON.

I. John Houston Mullikin" ( 6 ), eldest son of Warren" (1), b. in Tennessee,
March 10,1847 : "^- -^I^Y 3°» 1867, Bettie Chrissman, daughter of Dave and
Lydia, who d. Nov. 22^ 1874, being the mother of three children. He m.



580 ML'LLIKINS IN SHELBY COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

second, Dounie Dryden, daughter of Alexander and Lydia, who was b,
Oct. 4, 1 86 1 ; she was the mother of ten children. He resided in Tullahoma.
Tenn., Jan. 7, 1907." Children named as follows:

I. LiLLiE MuLLiKix", b. Dcc. 1 4, 1868 ; HI. Feb. i8, 1885, Dr. Garrett
White, Feb. 18, 1884. Residence, Chapel Hill, Tenn., between
Cowan and Winchester Co., Tenn.
II. Warren Mullikin", b. Julj^ 7, 1871 ; d. July 13, 1871.

III. James P. Mullikin^ b. Oct. 9, 1872 ; d. Nov. 18, 1893.

IV. Thomas A. Mullikin-, b. Dec. 29, 1881 ; m. Apr. 25, 1905, Mavnie
Yost. Residence, Flintville, Lincoln Co., Tenn. Seven children :
Warren, Paul, Charlie, Mary Site, Annie Bro2on, JoJui, Elizabeth.

V. Frederick Mullikin*, b. Dec. 8, 1883.

VI. Charles H. Mullikin^ b. Nov. 30, 1885 ; d. May i, 1886.

VII. Earle Mullikin^, b. Feb. 25, 1887.

viii. RuFUS O. MuLLiKiN**, b. Feb. 4. 1889.

IX. Samuel H. Mullikin^, b. June 9, 1891.

X. Susan J. Mullikin^, b. Oct. i, 1893.

XI. Alice Mullikin*, b. July 4, 1896.

XII. Bonner M. Mullikin^, b. Aug. 29, 1898.

XIII. Jennie H. Mullikin^, b. Feb. 23, 1901.

CHILDREN OF GEORGE C. AND NANCY JONES.

1. Joseph Miles Mullikiir (2), eldest son of George^ (2), b. in Johnson Co.,
Ind., Feb. 7, 1863: was m. Feb. 24, 1887,10 Isabella Anna Lawman, dau.
of Allison and Sarah, b. May 3, 1866, at Indiana, Penn., and went with her
parents to Illinois in 1867. They reside on a farm in Bondville, 111., and
have tw^o children :

I. Maude Edith Mullikin*^, b. Feb. 12, 1889.

II. George Allison Mullikin*^, b. Oct. 24, 1893.

2. Hon. James Charles MuUikin" ( 7 ), second son of George'' ( 2 ), b. in Bond-
ville, 111., Apr. 4, 1867 ; m. March 3, 1890, Elizabeth Elma Lawman, dau.
of Allison and Sarah Lawman, b. May 7, 1868. Residence, Champaign
City, 111. He is looked upon as one of the most useful and respected citi-
zens, and the high position he occupies in the esteem of his compatriots is
evinced by the honors they have conferred upon him. He served as alder-
man two years and was elected mayor on the Citizen's ticket in 1901. As
Mr. Mullikin is a staunch Democrat and the city strongly Republican, his
election speaks well of his local popularity. His career as mayor has been
highly creditable to himself and satisfactory to the people. He has been
loyal to the interests of the city, has kept abreast of affairs in the commu-
nity, and fostered every enterprise designed for the public welfare.

Prior to his settlement in Champaign he followed farming and managed
a store in Bondville, 111. for several years. Since his residence in the city
he has engaged in the real estate business as a member of the firm of Mul-
likin & Martin. They handle farm property, make a specialty of emigration
business and deal in extensive lands in Mississippi and Oklahoma. Mr.
Mullikin is owner of considerable real estate and residence property in
Champaign, and city property in Indianapolis and Alexandria, Ind. He is
a self-made man and may be justly proud of the record he has secured. He




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is president of the board of local improvement and a member of the Inde-
pendent Order of I'oresters and of the KIks.

3. Mary Luella MiiUikin" ( 3), only daughter of (Jeorge'" (2), b. in Bondville,
111., April II, 1870; was m. Aug. 23, 1897, to Todd H. Walkkr at Seymore,
111., son of Robert and Jane Walker of Indiana, Pa. Mr. Walker is a painter
and decorator. They have three children named as follows :

I. Gkorc.k Fi.\di,ky Walkkr, b. Jan. 16, 1899.
II. James Charles Walker, b. May 30, 1900.
in. Kmrii Tav Wai.kkk, h. Oct. 14, 1902.

4. Atistin Mullikiir ( 1 )' third son of George" (2 ), b. in Bondville, 111.,
Sept. 19, 1872 ; m. ( )ct. I'i, 1896 at Seymore, 111., Cora .\. Marcjuis of I)e
C.raff, O., b. Feb. 19, 1876. They live on a farm in Dondville, 111., and have
three children, their names as follows:

I. Bessie Ellen Mullikin^ b. at Rising, 111., Sept. 12, 1897.
II. Mary Ruth Mullikin^ b. at Rising, 111., Nov. 28, 1898.
III. RrssELL K. MrLi.iK.iN'*, b. at Rising, 111., Oct. 2, 1900.

5. William Mullikiir (7), fourth son of George" (2), b. in Bondville, ill.,
Xov. 22, 1S76; d. Sept. 3, 1877.

CHILDREN OF JAMES W. AND CATHERINE H. MILLER.

1. Edgar Miller Mullikin' (1), eldest son of James" (7), b. in Jefferson Co.,
Ky., Xov. 2, 1S59; m. May i, 1889, Axxette Watson, b. Aug. 9, 18 — ■.
He has lived in Humboldt the most of his time since m., and carries on the
hardware, furniture and undertaking business. They have three children
named as follows :

L Pal-l Maurice Mullikin^, b. Xov. 9, 1893.
II. Horace Watson Mullikin^, b. May 2, 1895.



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 77 of 109)