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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and edited a magazine. In 1839-40, she visited her family in Cincin-
nati, O., the journey being very fatiguing. She was a member of the
Swedenborgian Church in Boston, being admitted in 1830. She d. un-
married at the home of her sister, Mrs. Warren, in Roxbury.

2. James Milliken^ (1), eldest son of Thomas* (2), b. in Boston in 1755, was an
ardent i)atriot who fell, mortally wounded, in the battle of Bunker Hill. He was
captured by the British and soon died of his wounds and deprivations, aged 20
years. For particulars read preceding sketch written by his kinswoman.

3. Polly Milliken^ (1), daughter of Thomas* (2), and Sarah Thomas, was younger
than the preceding, and was a child, with another sister whose name does not
appear, under the care of Mrs. Vallette in 1774, when her father went to Union


River, now Ellsworth, Me. She was carried from Boston to Lexington during
the Revolution, and may have been brought up by relatives under an adopted
name. Much correspondence, persistent search, and extensive advertising have
failed to find the descendants of these two sisters.

4. Joseph Milliken'^ (2), second son of Thomas^ (2), b. in Boston in 1769;
went with his father to Union River, now Ellsworth, Me., in 1774, when a lad.
He m. Sally Leach in 1819, and settled in Ellsworth, where he died in 1849.
Issue, — eight children, of whom with 6th generation.

5. Priscilla Milliken"' (1), daughter of Thomas* (2), b. Oct. 16, 1779; was m.
in 1800 to Nathaniel Smith of Ellsworth, Me., and died in Mariaville, Me.,
Jan. 16, 1834. She had ten children, of whom presently, and her descendants
are now numerous.

I. Joseph Smith, b. Feb. 9, 1801, whose family record was lost. But four

grandchildren now living.
II. Walter Smith, b. 1803; m. and had issue Melvin, Ellsworth, Me.
HI. Jonathan Smith, b. 1805; m. and had issue. He d. in 1862.
IV. Leroy Smith, b. 1809; d. 1839.

V. Mary A. Sivhth, b. 1811; m. Hastings and removed to Mar-

shalltown, la.

VI. Eliza T. Smith, b. 1815; m. Jellison and had issue living in

Tilden, Me.
VII. Jeremiah Smith, b. 1817; m. Louisa P. Jordan, May 21, 1843, ^^^

resided in Tilden, Me. He had issue.
VIII. Emma S^^TH, b. 1820; d. 1846.
IX. Susan Smith, b. 1822; m. William Berry.
X. Charlotte Smith, b. 1825; m. Cook.

6. James Milliken'' (2), third son of Thomas* (2), b. Jan. 10, 1780; m. Dec,
1803, to Polly MacFarland, of Trenton, Me., daughter of Thomas and Jane
(Smith) MacFarland, b. there Mar. 23, 1782, and died in Hancock, Me., May 15,
1832, by whom eleven children. By his second wife, Mrs. Penelope Hunter
(Maber) Moore, b. June 30, 1800, and d. May 12, 1892, to whom m. Nov. 30,
1834, he had three more children. Mr. Milhken d. in Ellsworth, Me., Feb.
13, 1849. For issue see 6th generation.

7. Elizabeth Ann Milliken^ (2) daughter of Thomas" (2), b. in Ellsworth, Me.,
Jan. 10, 1780; was m. Feb. 7, 1805, to Joseph Tylek, of Mendon, Mass., b.
there Feb. 12, 1779, and d. in Charleston, S. C, Oct. 20, 1843. She d. there Sept.
30, 1824. He sailed from Boston, Mass., Oct. 29, 182 1, in the ship "Diana,"
David Higgins, master, with his family, and after an exceedingly rough voyage,
arrived in Charleston, S. C, Nov. 7, 1821. There were three children, of whom
presently, and numerous descendants.

I. Eliza Ann Tyler, b. Jan. 23,, 1806; d. in infancy.
II. John Marcellus Tyler, b. Oct. 15, 1807; d. Nov. 8, 1831.
III. Elizabeth Ann Tyler, b. Sept. 12, 1810; m. Col. James H. Taylor,
Sept. II, 1832, and d. leaving issue, Sept. 10, 1850. Residence, Charles-
ton, S. C.

8. John Milliken' (6), fourth son of Thomas* (2), b. 1786; went to sea about
1807 or 1808, and was never afterwards heard from.



9. Hannah Milliken'' (1), fifth son of Thomas* (2); was m. to Nathaniel
DoAKK, master mariner of Boston, and had two children, Mary Ann, wlio m.
Clapi^ and Nathaniel, who died when a young man.

10. Thomas Milliken' (3), sixth son of Thomas^ (2), h. in 1791; was a ship
carpenter in Frankfort, Me., his place of residence being Frankfort Marsh.
He removed to Belfast, where he worked in the shipyard as long as health per-
mitteil. Fie dietl there and the inscription on his gravestone reads: "TiiOiUS
MiLLiKEN died March 15, 1864, aged 73 years." " His wife, Lavina Adams, died
Oct. 15, 1857, aged 66 years." Six children, of whom with 6th generation.

.^ivth Cku oration.


1. Sarah Milliken" (1), eldest daughter of John' (5), b. in North Yarmouth, Me.,
Dec. 10, 1786; was m.. Jan. 14, 1807, to James Gould, and d. in Montville, Me.,
Mar. 21, 1872, aged 85.

I. M.ARY Gould, m. Joseph Woodman, and had a daughter Jessie; d. un-

II. Abby Gould, m. Manson; no other facts.

2. Rebecca Milliken" (1), second daughter of John^ (5), b. in North Yarmouth,
Me., Aug. 29, 1794; was m. Nov. 13, 1812, to Ebenezer Everett (cousin to the
distinguished Edward Everett), b. in Rutland, Mass., Feb. 23, 1782, and d. at
Montville, ^le., Dec. 16, 1835. She d. m Boston, Mass., June 3, 1880, aged 86
years. Children named as follows:

I. Jane Everett, b. Sept. 2, 1816; m. Dr. BENjAivnN Ober at Montville.

II. Eliza T. Everett, b. Oct. 12, 1824; m. ^Slar. 21, 1843, ^o Charles H.
Hunt, of Montville, Me.

hi. Edward Everett, b. July 11, 1828; m. June 13, 1856, to Helen T.

Keating, of Thomaston, Me.
IV. FR.A.NCES A. Everett, b. July 21, 1831; m. Jan. 23, 1852, to Capt. J. \\'.

Carlton, of Montville, Me.

3. John Milliken® (6), eldest son of John' (5), b. in Yarmouth, ^le., in 1793; m.
Sarah Brow^n and \vas engaged in trade at St. Stephen's, New Brunswick, and d.
there at the age of 43. He was the father of three children. See 7th generation.

4. Mary Milliken" (3), third daughter of John' (5), d. in infancy.

5. Moses Milliken" (1), second son of John' (5), b. in North Yarmouth, Me.,
1795; m. in Montville, Me., Feb. 19, 1820, to Nancy Rollins, and d. in Sears-
niont. Me., Jan. 26, 1868. He was a tanner and farmer. He volunteered Sept. 2,
1814, aged 19, as private in Capt. James Wallace's company, Lieut.-Col. Jacob
Ulmer's regiment Mass. militia; was honorably discharged at Montville, Me.,
Sept. 21, 1814. His widow applied for pension on Apr. 11, 1877, being then
78 years of age, and her residence North Searsmont, S[e. She had for years
been supported by her son-in-law, Nicholas Cooper, and wife Ann. Her claim
was rejected Sept. 6, 1879, on grounds of death of claimant and incompleteness
of evidence. Nicholas Cooper then presented bill for board, nursing, and funeral
charges, and pension was granted from Mar. 8, 1878, to time of claimant's death.
There were three children, of whom with 8th generation.

6. Seth Milliken" (1), third son of John'^ (5), b. in Yarmouth, Me., Apr. 13,
1798; m. Joan Keene, b. in Columbia Falls, ^^e., July 25, 1802, and d. in San


Francisco, Cal., Dec. 1 1, 1867. He went to the Pacific coast in 1863, ^"^^ his family
followed in July, 1865. He was a lawyer by profession. Was appointed admin-
istrator of his father's estate and was interested in the French spoliation claims.
His wife d. in Oakland, Cal., May 18, 1888, aged 85 years, 9 months, 23 days.
Children's names with 7th generation.

7. Dorothea Milliken'"' (1), fourth daughter of John^ (5), was m. to Dr. Josiah
Dana, of Eastport, Me., wl-tere she d. 1820, leaving issue as follows:

I. William Dana, d. in Washington, D.C., aged 80.

II. James C. Dana, m. Harriet N. Lurchen of Lubec, Me., and d. in
Lewiston, Me., Apr. 22, 1895, aged 84. His son, Frank W, Dana, a
lawyer in Boston, Mass., has two sons, Jesse Dwight, who graduated at
Yale in 1900, and Payson, who graduated from Harvard in 1904.
in. John W. Dana, d. in infancy.

8. Christiana Milliken*' (1), fifth daughter of John^ (5), b. Apr. 20, 1803; was
m. to Dr. Alpheus Chandler, b. in EUiot, Me., 1796 (son of "Parson" Sam-
uel Chandler, of Elliot), who d. at Columbia Falls, Me., July 11, 1871, aged
75 years, as a result of being thrown from his carriage. He was educated at
Philhps Exeter Academy, and graduated from Harvard Medical School. His
widow d. Jan. 2, 1880, aged 77 years. Issue as follows:

I. Samuel Spring Chandler, b. Dec. 28, 1820, d. in childhood.
II. Charles Packard Chandler, b. Dec. 3, 1824, m. Mary A. Sapleigh
in 1852. Was a physician in Addison, Me. Died Feb. 22, 1889. Wife
d. July 18, 1887.

III. Emeline Augusta Chandler, b. Apr. 29, 1827; m. James Leander
Bucknam, of Columbia Falls, Me., Oct., 1847; he d. Aug. 9, 1898, aged
76 years.

IV. Samuel Henry Chandler, b. Sept. 10, 183 1 ; m. Annie Judson Brown,
Aug. 3, 1868. He d. in Cahfornia, May 16, 1883, leaving issue.

9. Mary Elenore Milliken*^ (4), sixth daughter of John^ (5), b. about 1808; was
m. to Calvin S. Lane, who d. about 25 years ago, and was, in 1894, making
her home with her daughter, Mrs. George M. Towle, of Brookline, Mass. At
the age of 84 she was travelling with her daughter in Germany. She was a lady
of superior intelhgence and had a "perfect set of natural teeth as white as pearls;"
a clear, fresh complexion, erect carriage and youthful spirit. She d. in 1898,
aged 86 years. Children:

I. Mary Abby Lane, b. Mar., 1843; rn- Cadwallader Curry and lives

in Brookline, Mass. She had six sons.
II, Nellie Lane, b. Sept., 1845 ! ^- George Makepiece Towle, who d. in

Brookline, Mass., where they resided, several years ago. No children,
in. Harry Cadwallader Lane, b. Feb., 1848; d. in childhood.

10. William Milliken" (3), fourth son of John^ (5), b. Jan. 15, 1800, in North
Yarmouth; m. Lucy P. Perrigo of the French family of Perigaux whose burial-
place and monument are at Pere La Chaise, near Paris. He was for many years
engaged in farming and tanning leather, but subsequently went to Port Lavaca,
Calhoun Co., Texas, where he built several houses and other buildings, intending
to make that his permanent residence; but the Camamhe Indians raided the
town, burning all but one of his houses, and he abandoned the settlement and re-
turned to Maine, where he resumed the tanning business, and continued it until



his death in Camden, Nov. 21, 1867. Mrs. Millikcn d. Jan. 13, 1899, aged 90
years. There were four children, of whom with the 7th generation.


1. Elmira Mllllken" (1), eldest daughter of Benjamin^ (2), b. April 8,1790, in
liuckfield, Me., and was published for marriage with Ezekiel Riccoku, there,

Nov. T, 1S12.

2. John Milliken" (7), eldest son of Benjamin'' (2), b. Nov. 19, 1791; m.
JKMiMA l^RADSTREET MiNOT, and Settled in Eastport, Me., but afterwards
removed to Gray, where I suppose he died. He had three sons and three
daughters, of whom with 7th generation.

3. Betsey Milliken" (1), second daughter of Benjamin^ (2), b. June 22, 1793;
was the wife of John Minot of Eastport, Me.

4. Huldah Milliken" (1), third daughter of Benjamin'^ (2), b. May 18, 1795; d.
in Bucklield in i<S33.

5. Christiana Milliken'' (2), fourth daughter of Benjamin' (2), b. .\ug. 24.
1797; was m. to Robert Stevenson of St. Andrew's, New Brunswick.

6. Dorcas Milliken''' (2), fifth daughter of Benjamin^ (2), b. May 21, 1799; d.
Aug. 23, 1818.

7. Benjamin Milliken" (3), second son of Benjamin'^ (2), b. Jan. i, 1801; died
in St. Andrew's, New Brunswick, Sept. 20, 1818.

8. Josiah Milliken" (3), third son of Benjamin'^ (2). b. Jan. i, 1803; m. Eliza-
beth Freeman and settled in Bucklield, but subsequently removed to Poland,
in 1866, where his widow was living in 1877. Seven children, of whom with 7th

9. Margaret Milliken" (1), sixth daughter of Benjamin' (2), b. Dec. 22,1804;
was m. to \\'iLLL\M Bragdon of Boston, and d. in Newton, Mass., Dec. 7, 1881,
leaving children.

10. Esther F. Milliken" (1), seventh daughter of Benjamin^ (2), b. Jan. 29, 1807;
was m. May 12, 1835, to Harvey Boydon of South Walpole, Mass., and d.
there Apr. 17, 1866, lea\dng children.

IT. Susan Milliken" (2), eighth daughter of Benjamin^ (2), b. July 2, 1811;
living in Walpole, Ma.ss., unmarried.

12. William H. H. Milliken" (2), fourth son of Beniamin-^ (2), b. Oct. 22, 1813;
d. in 1818.


I. Joseph L. Milliken" (3), eldest son of Joseph' (2), b. Aug. 22, 1826; m. Aug.
23, 1851, Susan M. Dunning, b. in Providence, R.I., Mar. 9, 1835. He was
a native of Ellsworth, Me., but went to Wantage, N.J., where he learned the
cooper's trade. He removed to Elmira, N.Y., where he enlisted in Company C,
144th New York Volunteers. Was discharged for disability after two years'
service. At the close of the war he had a meat-market at Elmira and worked at
his trade when able. He d. from the effect of exj)osure and hardship while in the
army, at Wellsboro, Pa., Apr. 11, 1880. Five children, of whom with 7th gen-


2. Nathaniel Milliken'' (2), second son of Joseph^ (2), b. May i8, 1827, in Ells-
wortii, Me. ; m. Fanny Smith, daugliter of Isaac and Lydia Smitti, of Surry, Me.,
b. Apr. II, 1826. Slie is now living in Stoughton, Mass., with her daughter,
Mrs. Fowler. Mr. Milliken d. Dec. 12, 1869. A sea captain. Five children,
of whom with 7th generation.

3. Ebenezer Milliken'' (1), third son of Joseph^ (2), b. in Ellsworth; is now Hving
in Boston. Has been a sea captain. Aged 70 years.

4. Andrew Jackson Milliken® (1), son of Joseph^ (2), went away to sea when a
young man and was never afterwards heard from.

5. Charles Milliken*' (1), son of Joseph'^ (2), was a seaman. Served in Civil War.
Came back to Ellsworth, Me., and went away again; has not since been heard

6. Sarah Milliken" (2), daughter of Joseph'^ (2), was m. to William Bickford
of Ellsworth, Me.; children named, Sylvanus, Nathaniel, Theodore, Ebenezer,
Letitia, and Charles — all dead but Theodore.

7. Lavinia Milliken" (1), daughter of Joseph^ (2), was m. to Henry Waugh of
Salem, Mass., and had children named, Henry E., Grace A., and Agnes G.; all
m. and have issue. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waugh, are dead.

8. John Milliken*' (8), son of Joseph^ (2), b. in 1842; d. in Trenton, Me., 1863,


1. Anna Milliken" (1), eldest daughter of James^* (5), b. in Trenton, Me., Oct. 2,
1804; was m. Alsander Bartlett, b. 1805, d. June 8, 1883. She d. in Tren-
ton, Me., Sept. 20, 1890. There were ten children, named as follows:

I. Mary Elizabeth Bartlett, b. in Trenton, Me., Nov. 5, 1828; m.
Apollas Hunt of St. Stephen's, N.B., May 30, 1847, ^-^cl d. in Ells-
worth, Me., Oct. 19, 1889, leaving issue.
n. Harvey C. Bartlett, b. Aug. 24, 1830; m. Hannah J. McCollum,
who d. July 16, 1892. Three children.

III. James M. Bartlett, b. Nov. 24, 1832; m. Carrie A. Tinker; d. Feb.
ID, 1885, leaving issue.

IV. Nahum Berry Bartlett, b. May 24, 1835; m. Margaret C. Mc-
GouLDRiCK, and resides in Cherryfield, Me. Seven children.

V. ExTiA Ann Bartlett, b. Feb. 11, 1837; d. 1863.
VI. Adelia M. Bartlett, b. Jan. 11, 1840; m. Joseph C. Gray of East

Surry, Me., and has issue.
VII. Harriet Sinclair Bartlett, b. June 21, 1842; m. Harrison Beedy

LuFKiN, and resides in Lynn, Mass. Five children,
vni. Almira Packard Bartlett, b. June 21, 1842; m. Solomon Y. Kel-

liher of Ellsworth, Me., and has issue.
IX. Caroline Matilda Bartlett, b. Dec. i, 1844; m. Arthur Penni-

MAN Newcomb, and resides in Lynn, Mass. One child.
X. Lucretia Jane Bartlett, b. June 2, 1847; "^- George W. Gray,

who d. May 12, 1879. She d. Nov.29, 1878, leaving issue.

2. John Milliken" (9), eldest son of James^ (3),b. in Trenton, Me., July 14, 1806;
m. Oct. 29, 1829, RosiLLA Coats, b. in Sullivan, Me., Nov. 11, 1809, and
d. in Hancock, Me., June 29, 1893. He d. in Hancock, May 10, 1884. Mr.

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Millikcn was an ardent Abolitionist; joined the Republican party at its orj^an-
ization, and continued an active member until his death. He served as rejjre-
sentative in 1850, and senator in 1803 and 1864. Seven children, of whom with
7th generation.

3. Maria Smith Milliken'' (1), .second daughter of James'' (3), b. Feb. 22,
180S; was m. to Eben Bartlett, and d. Nov. 25, 1892. Lived in Kllsworth,
Me. Children named as follows:

I. Alvin AuRELius Bartlett, b. Apr. 14, 1830; m. Oct. 20, 1863,

Maria Louisa Blood of Buckfield, Ale., and had issue.
II. Marcells Tyler Bartlett, b. Nov. 12, 1831; m. Sarah Matilda
Jackson, b. Aug. 8, 1838. d. Nov. 16, 1884. Their residence was
Columbus, S.C. Five children.
HI. George P.vrcher Bartlett, b. Nov. 24, 1833; "i- Hester Sias, and

had issue five children.
IV. Alvaii Perry Bartlett, b. Jan. 22, 1835; d. Apr. 20, 1841.
V. Aloxzo Hopkins B.artlett, b. Nov. 27, 1836; d. Apr. 17, 1841.
VI. Henry H.arrison Bartlett, b. Aug. 18, 1840; d. Jan. 14, 1894.
\ti. Abbie ^NIaria Bartlett, b. Mar. 25, 1845; m. William Perry Wood-
ward of Fllsworth, Me., and had six children,
viii. AIary Alice B.\rtlett, b. Aug. 25, 1849; "''• ^Iarcus M. Whittiker
of Ellsworth, Me., and has issue, four children.

IX. Edgar Frank B.^rtlett, b. Mar. 10, 1852; m. Nettie , and had

issue three children.

4. Thomas Milliken''" (4), second son of James'' (3), b. Oct. 13, 1809; m. Sally
(Nickels) Godfrey, b. Jan. 28, 1801, and d. Jan. 4, 1883. He was a black-
smith by trade, but because of ill health abandoned that business and "took"
to surveying. He died in Cherryfield, Me. Four children, of whom with 7th

5. Eliza T. Milliken" (1), third daughter of James'^ (3), b. Oct. 14, 1811; was m.
to Charles Elwell, Hved in Westbrook, Me., and d. Jan. 26, 1894. Several
children, of whom with 7th generation.

6. Hon. James A. Milliken" (4), third son of James^ (3), b. in Hancock, Me.,
Sept. 8, 1813; m. to Lucretia B. Coffin, b. Mar. 26, 1821, d. June 7, 1882.
He d. in Cherr}tield, Me., July 8, 1891, leaving one son. He received his
education in the public schools of his native town and in Ellsworth, and was a
student at Waterville Academy, which w^as changed to Waterville Classical In-
stitute. He taught school for several years at Ellsworth and in various towns in
Washington and Hancock counties. When eighteen years of age he was ap-
prenticed to learn the mason's trade, and worked at it for many years, devoting
his leisure hours to study. He prepared for the ministry and preached as a Uni-
versaHst, being an earnest advocate of the creed. He resided in Columbia until
1855, when he removed to Cherryfield. While living in the former town he was
serving in some official capacity much of the time. He was justice of the peace,
and did considerable business as a conveyancer and probate writer. He studied
law in the office of George F. Talbot, was admitted to the Washington County
bar in 1855, and immediately opened an office in Cherryfield. He formed a
copartnership with Frederick I. Campljell, in 1880, which was continued until
his death. He was first selectman and treasurer in Cherrvfield for many years.


He manifested a warm interest in the cause of education, and was trustee for the
academy in his town; also trustee for the Washington County Academy, one of
the oldest institutions of its class in the state.

He was originally an earnest member of the Free Soil party, and in 1854 was
the candidate for Congressman. The vote was so close that he contested the
seat, but not successfully; many, however, beUeved he was elected. At the
formation of the Republican party he cast his lot with them, and was ever after-
wards a stanch defender of those grand principles for which the party was
distinguished. He was a faithful supporter of the Union cause during the Re-
belUon, and after the war represented his district as an active member in the Legis-
lature. He was associated with Hon. Dennis L. Milliken, his kinsman, as commis-
sioner on the Equalization of Municipal War Debts, as chairman ; this laborious
and responsible position he filled with iidehty to the State and honor to himself.

In 1873 he became judge of probate, and was re-elected to that ofl&ce every
four years from that date until the spring of 1888, when he was stricken with
paralysis, from which he never recovered, and resigned his seat.

Judge Milliken was a competent land surveyor, and assisted the United States
engineers in estabUshing the base line which the government located in Cherry-
field and Columbia.

He was genial, kind, and conversational. While he was a fearless advocate of
his religious, political, and legal opinions, he courteously conceded to his oppo-
nents their own rights. He was a man of strict integrity and tireless energy; a
diligent student, strong in reasoning and able as an advocate. As a citizen he
was highly esteemed and useful; as a homemaker, husband, and father, an emi-
nent model.

He possessed a strong literary taste, and wrote much on genealogy and local
history, of which pastime he was fond.

7. Calvin P. Milliken'' (1), fourth son of James^ (3), b. Nov. 8, 1820; m. ist,
Maria S. Kimble, by whom one child. He m. 2d, Anne Kimble Ridge-
way, by whom three children. See 7th generation. He was for many years
superintendent of locks on the Erie and Hudson Canal. (See Mrs. Sanborn's
letter of late date.)

8. Mary Jane Milliken^ (6), fourth daughter of James^ (3), b. Mar. 10, 1821;
was m. Oct. 17, 1854, to William J. Sanborn, who enlisted in the Union army
Aug., 1862, discharged Oct. i, 1864, and died of disease contracted in the service
Jan., 1866. She is now living in North Andover, Mass., a well-preserved and
remarkably interesting lady. William J. Sanborn, son of Daniel Sanborn of
Great Falls, N.H., was b. Oct. 7, 1827. Two children, named as follows:

I. Calvin Milliken Sanborn, b. Sept., 1855; "^- Mary A. Clark, Dec.

25, 1888, and has five children. Resides at North Andover, Mass.
II. Frederic Sanborn, b. Mar. 7, i860; d. Feb. 26, 1865.

9. Almira C. Milliken'' (2), iifth daughter of James''^ (3), b. Apr. 22, 1824; was m.
to Wales E. Packard of Auburn, Me., and had eight children, named as follows:
[Address: 130 Seventh Street, Auburn, Me.]

I. Alonzo W. Packard, b. Mar. 22, 1843; m. ist, Georgia E. Joy; 2d,

Jennie E. Moore. Residence, Ellsworth, Me. Has issue.
IT. Leah Adelaide Packard, b. Nov. 4, 1846; d. 1849.
III. James M. Packard, b. Apr. 21, 1849; d. in infancy.


IV. Maria B. Packard, b. Aug. 3, 1851 ; m. Elmer B. Woodbury, and d.
M;iy 20, 1883. One cliild.

V. Sarah Packard, b. Sept. 2, 1854; d. Feb. 2, 1865.
VI. Mollis E. P.vckard, b. Oct. 23, 1856; m. Mary E. Harris.
VII. Minnie Packard, b. July 4, 1859; m. J. X. Haskell.
VIII. Henry E. Packard, b. Oct. 21, 1862.

10. Whitticr Davidson IVIilliken" (1), fifth son of James'' (3) and Pcnclojjc, b.
Dec. 16, 1835; m. Mary A. Er-AZEr, antl d. Mar. 10, 1893. Five children, of
whom with 7th generation.

11. Rebecca Moore Milliken" (3), sixth daughter of James^ (3), b. Aug. 19, 1838;
was m. to Alfred J. Maxwell, and lived at Moore Mills, N, B. Six children,
named as follows:

I. Herbert Milliken ALa.x\vell, b. June 11, 1868; d. Sept. 5, 1873.

II. H.\ROLD Livingston E. M.axwell, b. July 12, 1870; d. Apr. i, 187 1.

III. Harley Davidson Maxwell, b. May 19, 1872.

IV. Harold James Maxwell, b. Feb. 26, 1875.

V. Karl Livingston E. Maxwell, b. July 21, 1878.
VI. Alfred Roscoe Maxwell, b. Oct. 14, 1880.

12. Wendell Phillips Milliken" (1), sixth son of James^ (3), b. July 10, 1840, and
d. June 5, 1842.

.Scbcnib 6cncraiion.



1. John Milliken^ (9), only son of John" (8), b. in St. Stephen's, N. B.; d. in

2. Susan Milliken^ (3), eldest daughter of John", b. at St. Stephen's, N. B.; was
m. Campbell, and d. in Oakland, Cal., leaving issue named as follows:

I. Colin Campbell, deceased.
II. Henry Campbell, lawyer in San Francisco, Cal.

III. Donald Campbell, lawyer in San Francisco.

IV. Je-;se Campbell.
V. Sarah Campbell.

VI. Nellie Campbell.

3. Mary Jane Milliken^ (7), second daughter of John", b. at St. Stephen's, N.B.;
was m. to George Sherman, and d. in East Boston, where her nine children
were born.

4. Christiana D. Milliken^ (^4), daughter of John, b. Oct. 19, 1823, at Campo-
bello, N.B.; was m. July 20, 1847, to Samuel A. Morse of Machias, Me., who
d.; she d. Oct. 8, 1876. They had four children, named as follows:

I. Mary Louisa Morse, b. Apr. 25, 1848; m. Henry S. Dix (who was b.
West Newton, ^Liss., Mar. 10, 1846), Jan. 20, 1871, and hves in Cam-

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