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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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 79 of 109)
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(3). Frank Russell Pitman, b. Nov. 26, 1894: now at home and

attending school.

4. 'William Mullikiir' (2), son of Willianr (1), b. in Shelby Co., Ky., Oct.
23. 1823; d. Oct. 14, 1835.

5. Preston Carroll MuUikin^ (1), son of William- (1). b. in Shelby Co., Ky.,
Feb. 4, 1826 ; m. Sarah Davis and lived on a farm near Freedom church,
and not far from his father's old home. He d. Aug. 10, 1896, and was buried
in the Indian Creek graveyard. His widow is living at Newmarket. Ind..
age 76. Children,

I. KvA MuLLIKIN^ m. Tiglman Easley, and lives in Indianapolis, Ind.
iL William S. Mullikin'', lives in Mace, Ind.

6. James Galey Mullikin'' (3), son of Willianr (1), b. in Shelby Co., Ky.,
Aug. 19, 1828; m. Samantha Vanclevk. They were buried together in the
old Freedom churchyard. They had four children, viz :

I. \\'illiam Mullik.in\

II. Elizabeth Mullikin^



590 MCLLIKJNS nv FLEMING COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

III. James Brown Mullikix"", resides in Indianapolis. Has one son,
Ray MuIIikin.

IV. Adelia Mullikin*, m. William Oliver.

7. Joseph Addison MuUikin^^ (1), son of William- (1), b. in Montgomery Co.,
Ind., Apr. 30, 1832 ; m. Elizabeth Epperson, and lived in Crawfordville,
where, in the Odd Fellows cemetery, he was buried. Two children,

I. Anna Mullikin'', d. in infancy.
II. William Preston Mullikin'*, lives in Indianapolis, Ind.

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND SARAH STANDIFORD.

T. James Standiford Mullikin'^ (2), eldest son of Benjamin- (1), b. on Lick-
ing river, near the Lower Blue Lick Springs, Nicholas Co., Ky., Sept. 30,
1S35 ; m. Elizabeth Rankin, b. Dec. 19, 1842, in same Co., daughter of
William and Julia Ann Rankin. He once lived near Mt. Tabor in Fleming
Co., but now resides at Wilmore, Jassamine Co., Ky. Has been a farmer
until health failed ; now selling books. Six children as follows :

I. John Wesley Mullikin*, b. in Nicholas Co., Ky., Apr. i, 1864;
m. Dec. 26, 1893, in Fleming Co., Ky., Mary Myrtle Grimes, only
daughter of Geo. W. and Sevilda (Clark) Grimes, b. Dec. 22, 1868.
He w-as educated in the public schools, and Nepton Seminary, Flem-
ing Co., Ky. Taught school in Bath Co., Ky. Went to Florida in
1887, and has lived in several counties, following various employ-
ments — boating, hotel, electric lighting, etc, — and is now cultivating
an orange grove and truck garden, living at Dania, where he is also
engaged in merchandising. He established the first ferry across Lake
Worth, built and owned the first steam laundry at Palm Beach, Fla.,
owned and operated the first successful electric light plant in West
Palm Beach ; was first mayor of Dania, and first member of County
Democratic Executive Committee from Dania precinct. Children as
follows :

( I ). Jessie Lee MuLLiKiN^b. at West Palm Beach, Fla., March 20, 1895.

( 2 ), Sidney Redd Mullikin^, b. at West Palm Beach, Fla., Oct. 6, 1897.

(3). James Clyde Mullikin-'', b. at West Palm Beach, Fla., Jan. 8, 1901.

(4). John Wesley Mullikin^, b. in Nicholas Co., Ky., July 22, 1903.

II. Pelagia Mullikin*, b. Sept. 12, 1865; m. Rev. J. D. Redd, Metho-
dist, and is now (1907) living at London, Ky. Three children:
Herman, Nora and Mary B.

III. Volany Gothana Mullikin^ b. Nov. 11, 1869, m. first, Sarah
Hart; second, Lillian Crow. He resides in Henderson city, Ky.,
and owns a residence in Lexington, and property in Wilmore, Ky.
Is acting as a detective in Lexington, Ky., and breeds blood hounds
for hunting down criminals. No issue.

IV. Sidany Albert Mullikin*, b. Jan. 4, 187 1, is now engaged in the
book publishing business at Marietta, O., and is successful.

V. Pearl Mullikin*, b. May 27, 1874, graduated from a classical in-
stitution, and is employed as a teacher near Louisville, Ky.

VI. Bertha Mullikin'*, b. Sept. 12, 1875, graduated from a High school;
m. E. Glassinc;, who has a position under the U.S. Government, and
resides in Washington, D.C.



MULLIk'IXS IX FI.EMIXG COCX/V, A/iXTrCKV. ;,«)1



2. Eliza Ann Mullikin' (1), dau-^'luer of IJenjamin- (1), b. Sept. 9, 1837.
111. Wii.i.iAM M. I )AVi()N, 1). Jan. 14, 1H35; d. ( )ct. 7, 1894. He was a Lieut,
in liie army in the Civil war. Siie d. June 26, 1899. Ihey lived at Mt.
Olivet, Ky. inhere are twenty-one grandchildren. Children as follows:

I. Sue Emma I)A^n)N^ h. Oct. 27, 1859; m. At.i.KN I'ami'ki.lv, 1879,

and has nine children.
II. (JARKKr Davion, b. Sept. 4, 1S61 ; m. Lrcv Thomas, 1893. No issue.

III. Sarah R. Davton, b. 1864; ni. John Armhrustkr, and lives in
Cincinnati, O. Several children.

IV. I'^LYssKs (iRAxr Davion, b. May 19, 1866; 111. I;i.kiii Colu.mbia,
1901. Two children.

V. Squiki. L. Dayton, b. March 29, 1868. Unni.

VI. WiiiixM S. Dayton,!). Apr. 5, 1872; m. Kmma Kiskadkn, 1903.
VII. Marv G. Davi'On, b. July 27, 1874; 111. Joskimi W. Liwim.i:, Mt.
Olivet. Ky., and has four children.

3. William Mullikin'' (2), second son of Benjamin- (1), b. at mouth of IJee
Lick, Nicholas Co., Ky., (now Robertson Co.) Oct. 20, 1839; m. Mary Kl-
LEN Lin VI I, LE, daughter of Morgan Linville, b. May 30, 1847. He was a
farm bov ; was afillicted with white swelliniJ: when sixteen vears of ae:e which
left him a cripple. Attended the district schools. Was elected constable
two terms ; magistrate eight years ; county clerk two terms, now tilling third
term of four years. He resides at Mt. Olivet, Robertson Co., Ky. Seven
children as follows :

I. James Mullikin"*, b. Jan. 8, 1866; unm.
II. Richard Taylor Mullikin^ b. Dec. 8, 1867 ; m. Nancy Shepherd

and has, Frank°, Sadie'\ Janies^, Sudie', C/iar/es^, and Jio}^.
HI. Ida Vaughn Mullikin^ b. Nov. 3, 1869; m. James Humj'Hreys,
now living near Millersburg, Ky. Three children, Hadcn, Mary El-
len ?iv\d James.

IV. Eliza Ann Mullik.in'', b. March 30, 1872; m. John Daniel Brad-
lev, and has, Tahuai^c O., Haze/, Mason and Alice.

V. Arra Susan Mullikin^ b. Dec. 27, 1875 ; m. Frank Paynter, and
has, Williafn Goebel, Luther and Alice.

VL Charles William Mullikin"*, b. June 25, 1882 ; m, Cliffie Chinn,

daughter of Wm. Chinn of Ohio Co., Ky., niece of Col. Jack Chinn,

prominent Kentuckian, Nov. 9, 1905. One child, William C7iin/t'\

b. 1906.

vii. Sallie Mary Alice Mullikin^ b. March 21, 1S86. At home unm.

4- John Mullikin'^ (2), third son of Benjamin' (1), b. in Robertson Co., Ky.,
1 84 1 ; 111. Kli/abeth Hook and settled in Jassamin Co., Ky. He d. at
High Bridge in 1885, and his widow and children removed to Chicago, 111.,
where they have since lived and where she has a fine residence. Mr. Mul-
likin had his life insured, and this money, with that recovered from a rail-
road Co. for the death of her son, provided a good home. Four children
as follows :

I. William Mullikin"*, was a bridge builder and was knocked from a
railroad bridge near Chicago by a timber, through the carelessness
of a workman, and killed. Heavy damages were recovered.



592 MULLIKINS IN FLEMING COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

II. Samuel INIullikin"', was a bridge builder when last heard from, re-
siding with his mothers and sisters in Chicago, 111.

III. Jessie Mullikin"*, eldest daughter, graduated from the Chicago High
school, took a business course and has a good position in a com-
mercial house.

IV. Kate Mullikin*, second daughter, is a dressmaker in Chicago, liv-
ing with her mother.

5. George Mullikiir^ (1), fourth son of Benjamin- (1), b. 1847 ; d. in child-
hood, 185 1.

6. Caroline Miillikiir' (1), second daughter of Benjamin- (1), b. 1843 ; m.
John Dayton, and d. July 2, 1904. She had three sons and four daughters.

7. America Mullikin'Ml), third daughter of Benjamin- (1), b. 1845; "^•
L. S. Hill, and d. near Ewing, Ky., Uec. 25, 1806, leaving issue.

8. Sallie Mullikin^ ( 1 ), fourth daughter of Benjamin- (1), b. 1849 ! "''• L- T.
Collins of Sprout, Ky., and has six children.

9. Henrietta Mullikin'' ( 2), fifth daughter of Benjamin- (1), b. 1853; m.
James Ogden, and lives in Robertson Co., Ky. Has five children.

ID. Frank MuUikiir' (1), fifth son of Benjamin- (1), b. 1851 ; m. Frankie
Stewart, and lives in Georgetown, Ky. Two chitdren : John, aged 16 years,
now in school at Georgetown, Ky., who intends to be a physician, and Ora,
aged 14, now at home.

II. Jesse Henry Mullikin'' (1) youngest son of Benjamin'^ (1)> b. in Robert-
son, Co., Ky., Nov. 21, 1858; m. Nannie Belle Claypool, June 27, 1887,
and is a resident of Ewing, Ky., where he deals in general merchandise.
Five children named as follows :

I. Carrie Belle Mullikin'', b. Jan. 20, 1889; m. Oct. 8, 1905, Ever-
ett Linville'', Nicholas Co., Ky.
II. Lillian Beatrice Mullikin^ b. Jan. 11, 1891.
in. LiNA Lawson Mullikin*, b. June 5, 1893.
IV. Dorsey Vaughan Mullikin"*, b. May 23, 1895.
V. One deceased.

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND SUSAN WOLF.

Lewis Mullikiir' (1), son of John- (1).
James Mullikin^ (3), son of John- (1).
Thomas Mullikin'' (1), son of John'- (1).
Samuel Mullikin'' (1), son of John^ (1).
Barbara Mullikin^' (1), daughter of John- (1).
Ellen Mullikin' (1), daughter of John"-^ (1).
Nancy Mullikin-' (1), daughter of John'- (1).
Sarah Mullikin^' (1), daughter of John- (1).



These of
Harrison Co., Kv-



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HluHiliin.s in Hlontqanicvn d'o.. Hl;unl;iiiL)

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[SKK KKNTUCKY AVD NORTH CARoI.INa MRWrUK'^.l












Ihc Muiiikins of Moiu^ouiciy K o., Aid., wcic LciUimiy iIc^cl-iuIccI Iruiii
that lames Mullikin whose name stands at the head of the " Western Shore "
branch of the family. This James was probably twice m. and we know that
he had children whose names were not recorded in his will ; and these may
have become the heads of branches settled in other sections of the state.
We have found several early wills at Annapolis, containing the names of
Mullikin children who have not been accounted for ; and we may assume with
plausibility that some of the sons reached maturity and were the progenitors
of families whose genealogical connection with the parent stock has not been
ascertained. Montgomery Co., to which this family removed, adjoins I'rince
George Co., their place of nativity, and they continued to dwell where com-
munication was kept up between them and their kindred.

They had their children baptized in the Episcopal church and were prob-
ablv communicants of that denomination. After the wide-spread Methodist
reformation occurred in Maryland, many of the Muiiikins were affiliated with
that church, and their posterity have continued their allegiance with that
body.

There are several Mullikin wills at Rockville, the seat of Montgomery
Co., that might disclose some interesting data relating to the genealogy of
this branch of the family, but every attempt to procure abstracts has failed.

The Montgomery Muiiikins were planters and slaveholders, and their
descendants are farmers.

After the American Revolution, in which two at least bore arms under
Washington, many of the families removed westward and established homes
on new soil in North Carolina and Kentucky where they acquired extensive
territorial estates and becaiTie successful pioneers, good citizens, and state
builders.

But one son of the first Archibald Mullikin remained on the old Montgom-
ery " stamping ground," and all who have been found there during the re-
search for information are his descendants.



Lewis Mullikin' ( 1), parents names unknown, was descended from James
Mullikin whose name stands at the head of the " Western Shore " family of
Maryland ; probably his grandson. He was b. in Prince George Co., about
1725-30. His wife was named Marv. They were evidently Episcopalions
as they had their children baptized in St. John's church of the Piscataway
parish, where the records (with other Muiiikins) were found. In i754-5> they
removed to the adjoining Co. of Montgomery, and no later entry appears in
the St. John's register. He was a planter and held slaves. No records of
deaths. Children, as far as known, named as follows :

^t^ourtl) C'Kucration.

CHILDREN OF LEWIS AND MARY MULLIKIN.

I. John Mullikin^ ( 1 ), eldest son of Lewis'^ ( 1) and Mary, was bapt. March
15, 1 75 1, in St. John's church, Piscataway parish. Prince George Co., Md.,



594 MULLIKINS IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND.

by. Rev. Addison, and went with his parents to Montgomery Co., Md., in
childhood, where he lived until young manhood. In Feb. 1776, he enlisted
in Spotsylvania Co., Va,, for two years of service in Capt. Oliver Towle's
Co. of the 6th Regt., Continental Line, under Col. Mordecai Buckner. After
the Revolution he settled in Shelby Co.,Ky., where he raised a family. See
" Mullikin's of Shelby Co., Ky.," for his subsequent history.

2. Elizabeth Mullikin'' (1), daughter of Lewis'^ (1) and Mary, was bapt. in
St. John's church, Piscataway parish. Prince George Co., Md., March 15,
1 75 1, by Rev. Addison, and went with her parents to Montgomery Co., Md.,
in childhood. I have no other information.

3. Archibald Mullikin^ (1), a son of Lewis'^ (1) and Mary, was bapt. in St.
John's church, Piscataway parish. Prince George Co., Md., Dec. 13, 1753,
and was carried to Montgomery Co., Md., when an infant-in-arms. He m.
Elizabeth Vincent of an old Maryland family, and settled in Montgomery
Co., Md., where children were b. About 1816, in company with his brothers,
whose names will presently appear, he removed to Mason Co., Ky., where
he remained until his d. Some of his descendants say he served during
the Revolution, but we have no record. He had issue six children, of whom
five removed to Kentucky and No. Carolina. See '• Mullikins of Nicholas
Co., Kentucky," for his descendants.

4. Lewis Mtillikin"' (2), a son of Lewis'^ (1) and Mary, b. in Prince George
Co., Md., in 1755, was brought up in Montgomery Co., Md. He was a
soldier of the Revolution, and after the war settled in Rowan, now David-
son Co., N.C. See " Mullikins of Davidson Co., N.C."



i'xiXh 6ciurattoiT.

CHILDREN OF ARCHIBALiD AND ELIZABETH VINCENT.

1. Archibald Mullikin^ (2), eldest son of Archibald-* (1) and Elizabeth Vin-
cent, removed to Kentucky. See " Mullikins of Mason Co., Ky."

2. John MuUikin'' (2), son of Archibald-* (1), b. in Montgomery Co., Md.,
m. a Miss Dawson, and remained in his native place. He was a planter
and slaveholder. Time of b. and d. unknown. Two children of the eight
in his family survive, viz : JoJui and Sarah.

3. Samuel Miillikin"' (1), son of ArchibakP (1), b. in Montgomery Co., Md. ;
removed to Kentucky. See " Mullikins of Nicholas Co., Ky."

4. James Mullikin'^ (1), son of Archibald-* (1), b. in Montgomery Co., Md. ;
removed to Kentucky. See " Mullikins of Mason Co., Ky.

5. William Mtillikin^ (1 ), son of Archibald-* (1), b. in Montgomery Co.,
Md. ; removed to Kentucky. See "Mullikins of Nicholas Co., Ky."

6. Zedic Miillikin^ (1), son of Archibald-* (1), b. in Montgomery Co., Md.,
removed to Kentucky. See " Mullikins of Nicholas Co., Ky."

7. Nancy Mullikin-'' (1), only known daughter of Archibald-* (o))b. in Mont-
gomery Co., Md. ; went to Kentucky. See " Mullikins of Mason Co., Ky."



MCLI./A7.VS /.V .^rONTGOMENY COCX'JV, MARVLAXD. f,'.!:,



^"uth (feneration.

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND WIFE.

1. James Mullikin'' (1), son of John' (1), b. in Montj^omery Co., Md. ; in.
liLlA Ann Drown, and had is.sue : Kal/urine' (West), Hurt', Julia Ann'.,
'J7ii)»i(is /.'\ Xi-//ic' (IJurgler), /\,-iuv (Walker), and Annir (Creamer).

2. John Mullikin'' (2), son ot John' (1), b. in Montgomery Co., Md., lives
at Derwood, Md. He m. R.\chel Ricketts and had issue: Enoin', BerO,

(Ricketts), Zz/rv" (Selby), J/<?//<'n'" ( Powells), Thovias' m. Buri', /7«-

icnt' »t. McCarthy.

3. Archibald Mullikin'' (2), son of John'^ (1), b. in Montgomery Co., Md.,
m. Marv I'liRiKr, and lived in his native place. Issue : Moljie' ( Mansfield),
J.ucf (Purdum), Evnna? (Briggs), Sj>encer' m. Sapher, Leslie', PearP, Beu-
/ti/r, Willie'-, a 11 J lliotnas"'.

4. Salathiel Mullikin" (1), son of John'' (1), b. in Montgomery Co. Md.,
and lived there. He m. Harriet Ward, and had issue as follows: Eitnmf
(Ricketts), Lucy (Emerick), Charles' m. Parsley, George' w\. West, and
Beula/f'.

5. William Mullikin" (2), son of John^' ( 1), b. in Montgomery Co., Md, ; m.
SIartha Jane Boswell, and was a blacksmith by trade. He d. Feb. 18,
1S92. Shed. March 19, 1876. Issue: Clara' m. Chas. Simpson; Roscoe"^
m. and lives in West Hoboken, N.J. ; Eugenia' , a stenographer ; Llorence',
in U.S. Treasury Dept. ; Estella', b. July 2, 1867 ; in U.S. Treasury Dept.

7. Henry Mullikin*' (1), son of John' (1), b. in Montgomery Co., Md. ; m.
Susan Crown, and lived in said county. Issue: Frances' (Magruder),
Lita' (Mansfield), Reta' (Selby), Wooten'' {Y\\xmtx^, and Gilbert T'.

8. Sarah Mullikin'' (1), daughter of John-^ (1), b. and lived in Montgomery
Co., Md. She m. Robert Henley, and had issue: Jane (Dee), AdJie,
Haney m. Everheart, Lewis m. Everheart, John m. Carlisle, Willie,
Clarence, and Lfenton.

9. Elizabeth Mullikin® (2), daughter of John'^ (1), b. in Montgomery Co.,
Md. ; m. Wesley Maoruder, and had issue: Amanda (Thrift), Johnson,
Sarah (Hughes), JJa (Magruder), Ella (Magruder).



illullihins of IHason (Loimtn, Aicutuchn.



MARYLAND FAMILIES.






k.. .d



Archibald Mullikin'' ( 1 ), second son of Lewis'^ ( 1 ) and Mary, was b. in Prince
George Co., Md., and bapt. in St. John's church, Dec. 13, 1753. He was
carried to Montgomery Co., Md., by his parents in childhood and was m. to
Elizabeth Vincent, there. Some of his descendants say he served with
his brothers during the Revolution, but no record has been found. Mrs.
Charlotte Mullikin of Boyd, Ky., whose husband was a grandson of this Archi-
bald, says he sold out his lands in Maryland and went with his sons to Ky.,
and that he d. in Mason Co. He had issue not less than seven children, viz :
Archibald, John, Javies, William, Zedic, Isaac, and Nancy. See 5th gener-
ation.

f'\i\\ 6cncration.

CHILDREN OF AFCHIBAL.D AND ELIZABETH VINCENT.

1. Archibald Mullikin^ (2), eldest son of Archibald-* (1) and Elizabeth Vin-
cent, was b. in Montgomery Co., Md., as early as 1780, and there grew to
man's estate. In the year 18 16, in company with his parents and several
brothers, he migrated to Mason Co., Ky., and sat down about ten miles west
of Mayesville and the Ohio river ; but he soon removed to near the Lower
Blue Lick Springs in Robertson, now Nicholas Co., Ky., where he passed the
residue of his days as a farmer. He m. Annie Parker, probably in Mont-
gomery Co., Md. She is said to have been a woman of great industry and
prudence. Did he m. in old age Melissa Henson ? The house built by him
was considered quite pretentious for the time ; it was a double log, or timber
house, roomy, and flanked by enormous chimneys and broad fireplaces in
which a thousand hoe-cakes were baked in Dutch ovens, buried in coals.
The old folks spent their last days with William, their youngest son, and d.
before the Civli war. They were buried on a hill above Bee Lick, on land
now owned by James Mullikin of the Anne Arundel ? ( Md. ) branch. The
place is now called " Bureka." Eight children. See 6th generation.

2. John Mullikin^^ (2), second son of Archibald^ (1), was b. in Montgomery
Co., Md., about 1782 ; m. to a Miss Dowen and remained on the homestead
plantation where his eight children were b. and reached maturity. ^See
" Mullikin's of Montgomery Co., Md.," for descendants.

3. James Mullikin^^ (2), son of Archibald-* (1), was b. in Montgomery Co.,
Md., about 1790; m. Mary Smith, and removed to Mason Co., Ky., with
his parents, uncles and brothers when young. After a residence in Mason
Co. of eight years, he removed to Pendleton Co., Ky., and settled as farmer
on Crooked Creek, fifteen miles from Falmouth, the Co. seat, where he d. Nov.
20, 1856. His wife d. Apr. 1870, aged 80 years. Both were communicants
of the Christian (Campbellite) church. They were buried in the family lot
just across the Creek, in Harrison Co., Ky. He served in the war of 18 12-
15. Was of heavy build and fair complexion. His four slaves were brought
from Maryland. For names of his children, see 6th generation.



MULLIKINS OF MASON COUNTY, KENTi'CKY. .-,«J7



4. Nancy Mullikin'^ (1), daughter of Archibald^ CD, b. In MoiUj,'()mcry Co.,
.\ltl. ; 111. jmiN /in of Grant Co., Ky., where they resided. Her daughter
Mary 111. Alfred Leach, ami had issue, ////</<> and Samuel, whose descen-
dants sur\ive.

6. William Mullikin^ (1), third son of Archibald^ (1), b. in Montgomery
Co., Mil. : was ni. there to Ki.i/AiiKTH Gii.ks, and had issue b. there. He
removed to Mason Co., Ky., thence to Nicholas Co., Kv., where he lived
the remainder of his days. His first wife d. and he m. second, Sai.ly Waller
by whom two children, in addition to live by Klizabeth. See 6th genera-
tion. Served in war of 181 2.

7. Zedic Mullikin' (1), son of Archibald^ (1), b. in M(Miigomcry Ccj., .Md. ;
removed to Mason Co., Ky., in 1S16, (.') where he m. Aw\ Smii 11. Me had
issue, J''raiii-c's, WilUiun and C/tar/o/h'.

8. Isaac Mullikin'" (1), youngest son of Archibald^ (1), b in Montgomery
Co., Md. ; removed to Mason Co., Ky., early in the i8th century with his
brothers, but subsequently went to Jefferson Co., Ky., and his will was pro-
bated there Apr. 7, 1S34. He mentions w-ife Sarah and two sons who.se names
are not recorded. George Mullikin, whose will was probated in Jefferson
Co., Ky., Sept. 10, 1S88, may have been a son of Isaac and Sarah. He left
a sum of money to his nephew, Thomas B. Mullikin, and his niece, Sally
Mullikin, and the residue of his estate to his son, Albert Dudley Mulli-
kin, whose will was probated in Jefferson Co., Ky., Sept. 13, i8go. He also
left a sum of money to his cousins Thomas B. Mullikin and Sally Mullikin ;
the balance of his estate to his wife, Lily Turner Mullikin, who m. for second
husband, William Abrams of Louisville, Ky. Thomas B. Mullikin was a
sporting character who was interested in race horses, and a pool-room in
Covington, Ky. Was a "book maker. '

$^ivtb cOcucration.

CHILDREN OF AKCHIBALD AND ANN PARKER.

I. Archibald Mullikin'' (3), eldest son of Archibald^ (2), b. in Montgomery
Co., Md., Apr. 14, 1809; removed with his parents to Mason Co., Ky., in
1816. ( ?) He settled at Sardis where he engaged in merchandising. He m. at
the age of 28, ^LARY Deye, by whom one son, Jo/in Thomas. His wife d.
when her son was small, then he sold out and removed to Nicholas Co., Ky.,
where he was a farmer; there he m. Julia Leach and by her ( b. Dec. 4,
1S19; d. Feb. I, 1873.) had four sons of whom presently. He d. 18 — , and
was buried near his home.

I. John Th(jmas Mullikin", b. July 7, 1838, at Sardis, Mason Co., Ky. ;
m. Dec. 7, 1861, Lucretia Massy by whom ten children of whom
four d. in infancy. In 1876 he removed with his family to Raymond,
Rice Co., Ks., where he was a farmer, and d. there Apr. 1S80. His
widow and several m. dausfhters are still living in that localitv. Issue :

(I.) Helen Mullikin**, m. Allen Snyder.

(2). Laura Mullikin^, m. Owen Gilchrist.

(3). Anna Mullikin", m. Ed. Ksierbrooks.

(4). Henrieita Mullikin*', m. Mr. Clark.



598 MULLIKINS OF MASON COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

H. Archibald Mullikin', second son, d. in infancy.

III. Benjamin Mullikin', third son, d. in infancy.

IV. David Mullikin', fourth son, b. July 20, 1844; m. Nov. 20, 1868, at
Sardis, Ky., Ellen Suit? He was a large man, weighing 190 lbs.
Was of "sandy" complexion. Several children d. in infancy.

(i). Alice Mullikin^ d. aged 3 years.
(2). Nathan MullikinI
(3). MiNCY H. MullikinI
(4). Herman MullikinI
(5). Blanche Mullikin^

V. Albert A. Mullikin', fifth son, b. June 30, 1852 ; m. Apr. 27, 1876,
at Aberdeen, O., (by Massie Beasley, Esq.,) Louisa Barnett, b. Jan.
29, 1856, daughter of John and Mahala Barnett of Nicholas Co., Ky.
A heavy built man with florid complexion, dark hair and blue eyes.
He is now asst. postmaster and farmer at Flora, Ky. Two children
as follows :
(i). A. Etna Mullikin*, b. Feb. 22, 1877 ; m. Simon Kenton Standi-
FORD, only son of T. and Sarah Vaughan Standiford, Nov. 20, 1895,
and resides at Abne, Nicholas Co., Ky.; post address, Ewing, R. F.
D. No. I. Two children : Cynthia Loia'sa, b. Nov. 12, 1896 ; Javies
Albert., b. Sept. 23, 1905.
( 2 ). Arthur Mullikin^ b. July i, 1880, at Burika, Robertson Co., Ky. ;
m. March 7, 1906, Ticia Hughes, daughter of James and Lititia
Hughes of Lexington, Ky., and resides at Flora, Nicholas Co., Ky.,
where he is a merchant, postmaster, notary public and school-
teacher. Weighs 250 pounds. Fair complexion, black hair and
eyes. Stature, 6 feet, 2 ^4 inches. Extensive real estate owner.

2. Samuel Mullikin" (1), second son of Archibald^ (2), b. in Montgomery



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 79 of 109)