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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June 15, 1830; m. March 30, 1854, Caroline Deaver. He d. in Kansas,
Feb. 8, 1888. He was a cabinet maker by trade, but for several years was
superintendent of bridges for a western railroad. His children, Gilbert E.
and Harriet, are m. and have issue, but we have no records.

6. Alfred Perry Milligan^ (1), third son of George^ (2), b. in Perry Co., O.,
Sept. I, 1831 ; m, March 11, 1858, Rachel Ileff, daughter of Thomas
Ileff, a pioneer, and the largest land owner in the county. She was b. at
McLunney, O., Feb. 16, 1840. Mr. Milligan enlisted as a private in the
Civil war, Sept. 24, 186 1, in Co. A, 62d Reg't O.V.I., and was engaged in
several battles. He was one of the 13 survivors of the original members of
company, and was honorably discharged before Richmond, Va., at the
end of his term of service, Oct, 26, 1864, having attained the rank of Ser-
geant. He is now a farmer, and prominent in church affairs. Children
named as follows :


I. Hon. Melvin Lee Milligan, b. July 28, i860, on a farm near
Deaverstown, O. ; graduated from the Zanesville Commercial College
in 1876, and the Ohio Wesleyan University, classical course, at Dela-
ware, O., June 26, 1884. He was admitted to the bar as an attorney-
at-law by the Supreme Court of Ohio in May 1886. Was General
Attorney of the Ohio Southern railroad in 1891-2 ; became interested
in manufacturing at Springfield, O., in 1893, and now (1906) the
president of the Fairbanks Company, and vice president of the In-
dianapolis Switch and Frog Company. He was Mayor of the City of
Springfield from Apr. 1901, to May 1903. Was m. Aug. 30, 1887, at
Columbus, O., to Jennie Howard Fairbanks, daughter of Loriston
Monroe Fairbanks, and sister of Vice President Fairbanks. She
was b. March 13, 1862. Children :

(i). Loriston Fairbanks Milligan, b. Jan. 5, 1892.

(2). Harry Smith Milligan, 1 k c .. o

(3). Mary Adelaide Milligan, ) ' P • 4-) 95-

(4). Robert L. Milligan, b. Oct. 11, 1900.

(5). Rachel Iolene Milligan, b. March 23, 1904.

II. Thomas Corwin Milligan, b. in Perry Co., O., Aug. 3, 1862 ; in.
Nov. 5, 1885, Allie Driggs, daughter of Joseph Driggs. He took
a partial course of education at the Ohio Wesleyan University, and
is now a farmer. He is also interested in the furniture and undertak-
ing business with title, " Milligan & Driggs," at Crooksville, O.
Children :

(i). Nellie Milligan, b. June 21, 1887 ; m. Nov. 28, 1905, Chalmer

(2). Norma Milligan, b. May 9, 1889.
III. William Reed Milligan, b. in Perry Co., O., Oct. 20, 1872 ; m.
Aug. 22, 1894, Ella Henry, daughter of John S. Henry, and has
issue. He attended the Ohio State College at Columbus, O., two
years. Children :

(i). Mary Gladys Milligan, b. Dec. 12, 1896.

(2). Elenor Milligan, b. Nov. 30, 1902.

(3). Alfred Donald Milligan, b. Oct. 7, 1905.

7. George Washington Milligan'* (3), fourth son of George^ (2), b. in Perry
Co., O., Feb. 18, 1834; m. Aug. 6, 1857, Jane L. Colar, and has issue.
At the beginning of the Civil war he enlisted as a private in Co. C, 9th O.
Reg't., and d. from disease contracted while in the service, Apr. 4, 1865.
His son,

I. George Milligan is m. but I have no record.


I. William Blain Milligan^ (1), eldest son of Wilson-^ (1), b. in Highland
Co., O., March 13, 1834 ; m. Oct. 30, 1856, Harriet E. Morehouse of
Noble Township, who was b. in Steuben Co., N. Y. He moved to his farm
at Portland, Jay Co., Ind., in 1856. Six children:

I. Wilbur Wilson Milligan, lives in Portland, Ind.

II. Arthur A. Milligan, a physician and consumption specialist, lives
in San Antonio, Tex.


111. ( irARi.Ks K. Mii.i.KiAN', is .1 physician in Winchester, KantU^lph Co.,

i luliana.
IV. Darwin i\. .Mii.i.ic.an is a farmer, ivural route No. 6, Jay Co., Ind.
\. Irwin I'. Miiih.an resides on the homestead at I'orthmd, Ind.

2. James Newton Milligan^ (2), second son of Wil.son" (l), b. in Hi;;hlan(l
Co., May 26, iSj^G; m. Oct. 20, 1S61, Susan Siraikv, and his address is
R.l'.D. \o. 2, Tortland, jay Co., ind. Seven children.

Mary Elizabeth Milligan' (l), eldest daujjhter of Wilson" (1), d. young.

4. Hannah Jane Milligan' (l), second daughter of Wilson' (l), d. young.

5. Sarah Amanda Milligan, m. I'oork, and d. leaving five children.

6. Samuel Homer Milligan was ni., and d. leaving nine children.


.HVilliqans of Cc'lashimitciii (Tountn, |.l;i. Ho. 0.

William Milligan was b. in the north of Ireland in the year 175 i, of Pres-
byterian stock, and at the age of 18 years came to the I'nited States, land-
ing at the city of Baltimore, Md. He soon after removed to Hig Wheeling,
Findley Township, Washington Co., Pa., at which place he m. Miss Sarah
RooNEY, who was also' an emigrant from Ireland, and a Presbyterian in
religious faith. Mr. Milligan d. at the age of 57 years, June 15, 1S08, and
about 15 months afterwards, in Sept. 1809, his widow passed away. These
had a family of six children, three sons and three daughters.

^cconb 03 duration.


1. William Milligan- (2), eldest son of William* (l), b. in Washington Co.,
Pa. ; d. in North Lewisburg, O., in 1849, leaving a family of six sons and
one daughter, of whom with 3d generation.

2. John Jackson Milligan- (1), second son of William' (1), b. in Washington
Co., Pa., removed early to Van Wirt Co., O., where he d. leaving a family
of six sons and one daughter, of whom with 3d generation.

3. Samuel Milligan- (l), third son of William^ d), d. in Allen i'ownship,
L'nion Co., O., Nov. 19, 1856, unm.

4. Rebecca Milligan'- (l), eldest daughter of William' (l), was m. to John
Lawrknce, and d. about the year 1850, without issue, in Philadelphia.

5. Elizabeth Milligan- (1), second daughter of William' (1), was m. to
John Frazikr and d. before 1856, at Bellefontaine, ()., being the mother
of four children named as follows : Savinel, Nancy J., Mtirgan-t and Stini/i A.

6. Margaret Milligan- (l), third daughter of William' (1), was m. to Danikl
Bishop, and was living in Taylorsville, 111., in July 1891. She had six
children named as follows: /atnes, Levi, Elizahcih, Rebecca, Susan and
Ma/i/Ja A.

(ThirL) Ckncratioii.


I. Samuel Milligan^' (2), eldest son of William- (2), lived at Taylorsville,
111., as a farmer, where he d. Apr. 1885, having had issue three sons and
five daughters, of whom with 4th generation.


2. William Milligan'' (3), second son of William- (2), was living at East
lyiberty, O. in 1883. He was m. and had two daughters.

3. Rupert Milligan" (l), third son of William"- (2), was living near Armory,
Munroe Co., Miss., when last heard from.

4. Jesse Milligan" (1), fourth son of William- (2), d. in Taylorsville, 111., in
June 1866. He had m. Rebecca , and a daughter Lii/a lives in said


5. Morgan Milligan-' (1), fifth son of William- (2), lives at Assumption, 111.

6. Amos Milligan-' (1), sixth son of William- (2), d. at Taylorsville, 111.,
1S75, having had issue two daughters, Mary A. m. to A. O. Murphey, and

Julia, who had a child named Fay.

7. Rachel Milligan'' (2), only daughter of William'- (2), was m. to Charles
Powell, and lived at Grassy Cove, Cumberland Co., Tenn.


William E. Milligan^ (4), son of Jackson^ (1), b. in Van Wirt Co., O., is
now (igo6) connected with the Maverick-Clark Lithograph Company at
San Antonio, Tex. He was formerly in business at Topeka, Ks. Is m. and
has a family.

Charles V, Milligan^ (2), youngest son of Jackson'^ (1), was b. in Van Wirt
Co., O., Nov. 5, 1858. His father having d. when he was one year of age,
he was placed with John Hire, a farmer, near Middlepoint, O., who under-
took to teach him the mysteries of agriculture, but as his mother and family
were going to Iowa in 1868, he went with them and threw his fortunes with
great West. He lived with his mother in Burlington and Davenport, la.,
one year, when they returned and lived in Lima, O. till the spring of 187 1,
when they removed to their farm one mile west of Van Wirt, O. in October
1874. He was given a certificate and taught school at Timberville, Pauld-
ing Co., O., one winter. Having had private instruction in algebra and
latin, he entered Van Wirt High school and attended one term of the 1874-5
school year. Graduating from this institution in class of '78, he entered
the law office of Col. I. N. Alexander, and also read law in the office of
Saltzgaber & Glen at Van Wirt. He pursued his legal studies until 1884,
when he took up his residence in Topeka, Kansas, (having been admitted
to the bar), but instead of engaging in legal practice he associated himself
with his brother, William E. Milligan, and brother-in-law, George E. Lillie,
in the lithographing, printing, and blank book business. He traveled for
this house one year, and was then made manager. In 1888, they consoli-
dated their business with the firm of Hall & O'Donald, and he traveled for
this house in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah ; but selling out his interests,
he accepted a position with Clark & Courts, lithographers, in Galveston,
Tex., traveling in Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and the states of
Tamaulipas, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and vSan Luis, Potosi, in the Repulic
of Mexico. He resigned his position in 1892, and entered the Cincinnati
law school, graduating in class of '93. He then located in San Antonio,
Tex., but disliking the practice, after two years experience, he took up his
position with Clark & Courts where he remained three years. Having be-
ome familiar with business in the Republic of Mexico, he purchased an



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interest in the MavciiL k-( lark l^iiiio^^rapli ( oinpany, ami took tlie manat^e-
ment, where he remained until his death. He was a Knight Templar and
belonged to the Knights of Tythias. He m. I'aulink Wk(;knstahi, and
had one daughter, Elizabeth.



C. \'. Milligan, for the past eight years manager of the Maverick-Clarke
Litho company, died this morning at 2.30 o'clock at Dr. Kenney's sani-
tarium after an operation for appendicitis. The direct cau.se of death was
a weak heart. Mr. Milligan had been a resident of San Antonio for the
past fifteen years, and was regarded as one of the most substantial and en-
terprising citizens.

Charles Vernon Milligan was born in \'an Wert, Ohio, November 3,
1S59, and was a son of Jackson Milligan. He attended college at Cincin-
nati and graduated with honors. He studied law and practiced it later in
life. About seven years ago, he was married to Miss Pauline Wegenstahl
of Cincinnati, and a daughter, Klizabetli, now 5 years of ■^<n\ has l^i-cn Imrn
to them.

Mr. Milligan came to San Antonio about lifteen years ago and he prac-
ticed law here for a number of years. About eight years ago he became
identified with the Maverick-Clarke company and was largely instrumental
in bringing that, concern to the front.

He was a member of the Anchar Masonic lodge and took a deep interest
in matters pertaining to Masonry. He made a study of it and was well
posted on the rules of this great order. At the time of his death he was
senior warden and he would have been the next worshipful master.

P)esides his wife and child, Mr. Milligan is survived by two brothers
and two sisters — W. E. Milligan of this city, also with the Maverick-Clarke
company ; Guy Anderson of Bellville, 111. ; Mrs. George Lillie of this city
and Mrs. George \V. Moffitt of Topeka, Kas.

\\\ E. Milligan has lived here for several years, and prior to coming to
San Antonio he conducted a lithographing plant in Topeka. It was there
where C. V. Milligan received his business training and when he came to
San Antonio later he joined his brother in business here.

The deceased was operated upon yesterday and this was the second
operation of that kind which was performed on him since last December.

iililliqans of Hlarsihall. (L'l:nh (L'o.. ,^illiiuiis.

David Milligan, parents names and place of birth unknown, was drafted in
Harrison Co., O., in Sept. 1814 ; was sergeant in Capt. Nicholas Davis' com-
pany, Col. Butter's regiment, Ohio militia. War department rolls show ser-
vice from Dec. i, 18 14, to March 14, 181 5. He applied for pension March
23, rSyi, aged 78 years; residence, Marshall, 111. He received a pension,
the last payment made on March 4, 1879. He m. Marcarkt Endsi.kv, (b.
Oct. 16, 1813, d. Nov. 20, 1848) Feb. 6, 1833. He resided in Cadez, O. ;
then removed to Logan Co., O., then to Marshall, III. Owned a farm of
180 acres, and entered land near Charleston, 111., which he sold. He d. in
June 1879. Children named as follows :


1. Mary Jane Milligan, b. Dec. 19,1834; was m. in 1853, to Mitchkll
Umharger and cl. at Marshall, 111., Feb. 25, 1900. She had seven children
named as follows : Rice, Dia?itha, Carrie, Samuel, Einma, Alice and Ehner.

2. Margaret Milligan, b. Jan. 13, 1836; d. young.

3. Sarah Elizabeth Milligan, b. Feb. 15, 1837; was m. to Hardie Umbar-
GER and d. leaving one child named Lydia, now Mrs. F/i/iL

4. Esther Milligan, b. Apr. 4, 1841 ; was m. to Hiram Tally in 1861.
Children named as follows :

I. Sarah J. Tally, b. June 8, 1862 ; m. Oct. 15, 1886, Charles Deitz,

b. June 14, 1863.
IL Margaret E. Tally, b. Oct. 11, 1863; "">• -^^^g- ^9' 1888, Edwin
Erwin, b. Aug. 20, 1862.

III. Sophia Harper Tally, b. Dec. 25, 1865 ; d. March 3, 1872.

IV. Jesse Lee Tally, b. Apr. 15, 1868; not m.

V. Julia A. Tally, b. May 2, 1870; lives at Marshall, 111.

5. David Batty Milligan, b. Dec. n, 1842 ; lives at Martinsville, 111.

NoTE.^David Milligan had brothers named John, Joseph, William, and Thomas.
Sisters, Jennie McCulla, Sally, an old maid, and Polly Miller. John's first wife was a
Stanfield ; second, a Sullivan. He died in Clark Co., 111. Had issue. Thomas Milli-
gan died in Michigan ; buried in Martinsville, 111. Joseph, Sally, and Jennie died in Ohio.

^Ulliguus of Connuuciljt, ilrclunb.

united states family.

Edward Milligan, b. about 1784 in Connaught, Ireland, and brothers Barney
and Philip with their sister Mary, came to the United States in 1823.
Barney went to St. Louis, Mo. Philip settled in Pittsburg, Pa. Maiy was
m. to Thomas Farrell, and located in St. Louis. Edward was m. in
Edinburgh, Scotland, to Charlotte Thompson in 182 1, the ceremony per-
formed by Bishop Scott, a Catholic. She was b. in Edinburgh, in 1793.
Their children were named as follows :

1. Eliza Milligan-, b. in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1822 ; d. in Cincinnati, O.,
in 1839, unm.

2. John Frances Milligan'-, b. in Lancaster, Pa., March 5, 1825 ; m. Mary
Duffy at St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 9, 1849. Is a resident of St. Louis, and has
several children all m.

3. James Thompson Milligan-, b. in Dolphin Co., Pa., Oct. 22, 1827; m.
Mary E. Arms at Cobden, 111., Aug. 19, 1863. He served during the Civil
war as private in Co. K, i8th 111. Vols. Now living at Du Quoin, 111. His
children named as follows :

\. Agnes Maria Milligan, b. Jan. 13, 1866; d. Dec. 18, 1870.
II. Ai.nKRT Arms Milligan, b. Sept. 4, 1867 ; d. Sept. 5, 1867.

III. Frederick. Goodwin Milligan, b. Sept. 29, 1868 ; d. Sept. 29, '68.

IV. Edward William Milligan, b. Nov. 21, 1869, at Du Quoin, 111.;
wasm. April 12, 1898, to Bertha Virginia Hale of St. Paul, Minn.,
and lives at Denver, Col. Has two children, Afary Virginia, b. Jan.
20, 1899, Robert Edward, b. June 12, 1900.


V. Marv CirARLOTTF. Mii.i.ir.AN, b. Oct. 20, 1S71, at T")u Quoiti, HI.;
was m. Aug. 15, 1900, to ("iiari.is K. K\ai>|'. ami li\i's :it I iluiiv-
ville, Illinois.
VI. RoLi.AND Jamks Millkjan, b. Sept. 19, 187:5, at I Hi (^uoin, 111., and

is residing there unin.
VII. Frank Tiiomi-son Mii.i.k.an, b. julv 11. 1S77. in Du <,)ui)in, ill.: d.

March 1901, unni.
VIII. Flora Fmii.v Mii.i.k; \n, b. .\ug. 7, i.SSo, al 1 )u (Jiioiii, III., and
lives there.

4. Edward Milligan Jr.-', b. in Dcjlphin Co., I'a., 1S30; d. at New Orleans,

5. Joseph Milligan-', b. in Dolphin Co., I'a.; was in. to Rosk Cody at St.
Louis, Mo., and d. Apr. 11, 1883. Several children.

6. Margaret Milligan-, b. at Pittsburg, Pa., 1837 ; was ni. to b)ii.N' Fooarty
of St. Louis, Mo.

|llillic\an.^ of ^JounQstolviiL CL^^bio.

1. James Milligan\ a native of the Lowlands of Scotland, emigrated to
county Tyrone, Ireland. His wife was Mariha Eustes, to whom he was
m. in Scotland. Second wife, Isabel McMillan.

2. Thomas Milligan\ a native of the Lowlands of Scotland, brother of pre-
ceding, settled in county Tyrone, Ireland.

3. William Milligan', a native of the Lowlands of Scotland, brother of the
preceding, settled in county Tyrone, Ireland.


John Milligan'- (2), b. in county Tyrone, Ireland, lost his mother by death
when he was a child, and in after years, about 1S26, he emigrated to America
and located at Youngstown, O., where he entered 100 acres of land. A
daughter d. on the ocean when coming to America. He d. prior to 1840,
leaving a widow and eight children, named Isabel/, IVUliani, James, Thomas,
fo/in, Robert, Dickson, and Samuel. All now deceased.

^birti (Ocucration.


I. Isabel Milligan^ did not m. but remained on the homestead at Youngs-
town, O., where she was living in 1902, about 80 years of age. She was
then an intelligent lady, well informed in the family history, and by several
extended and well written letters in which she replied to the author's in -
quiries, much interesting information was supplied for this book. This
collection was overlaid and unintentionally burned with waste papers in
1906; a loss sadly regretted. She has deceased and the lost data cannot
be restored.

6. Rev. Robert Milligan", b. in county Tyrone, Ireland, 1814; came to the
United States in early life ; graduated from Washington University ; be-
came a minister in the Christian church ( Campbellites or Disciples) ; was
president of Kentucky L'niversity 1859- 1865, and afterwards professor of


sacred history; wrote a treatise on prayer, published in Cincinnati, 1863.
He was a man of great intellectual endowments and a profound scholar.
The author of this work has a portrait of Prof. Milligan, engraved in steel.
His son, Alexander Milligan, was a professor in the University of Lexing-
ton, Ky., in 1902 ; was m. and had a family.

7. Dixon Milligan'', b. in county Tyrone, Ireland, and was living in Coits-
ville, O. in 1902.

4. Samuel Milligan', b. in Youngstown, ()., was a physician located at Cedar
Rapids, la., 1856, and later removed to Kansas City, Mo., where he d. 1877.
His wife was Charlotte Parcel whom he m. in Ohio. There were three
children viz. : William U., Emma L. and Mary E.

/ourtb 6cnci'atron.


1. William U. Milligan^ b. in Kansas City, Mo., m. Mattie Dolson, 1866.
He went with his parents to Iowa in 1856, and iater to Wisconsin where
he enlisted in Co. A, 40th Reg. Wis. Vol. Inf. for 100 days, and was chosen
corpora], June 9, 1864 ; was mustered out Sept. 16, ^864, and again enrolled
Feb. 22, 1865, for one year in Co. G, 49th Reg. Wis. Vol. Inf., as sergeant.
Was appointed sergeant-major and transferred to the non-com. staff, July i,
1865 ; was mustered out at Benton Barracks, Mo., Nov. i, 1865. He m.
second, Elizabeth Holly at Chicago, III., and afterwards was associated
with his father for several years at Kansas City, Mo., in the practice of
medicine. After his father's d. he removed to Colorado, thence to Chev-
enne, Wyoming, where he was a barber until he d. Apr. 17, 1902,

2. EmmaLuverine.MilliganS m. Theodore Weller Hardenburg, and re-
sides at Cape Girardeau, Mo.

3. Mary Etta Milligan'*, m. Alexander Thomas, and is now living at Murdo,
So. Dakota, with her three sons, Clai-ence, Roy and Theodore.

Jfiftlj 6cncrattou.

Hon. William D. Milligan^ son of William U. and Mattie Dolson, was b. at
Albany, Wis., Dec. 12, 1867; m. Oct. 3, 1893, Georgia A. Williams of
DeWitt, la., and resides at Guthrie Center, la. When a boy he learned the
harness trade, and later traveled for the wholesale house of John Thomas
of Cedar Rapids, la., in the saddlery hardware line. He then studied law
and graduated from the State University of Iowa Law Department with the
class of 1891. He practiced one year at Cedar Rapids, la., then was a mem-
ber of the firm of Pascal, Armentront &: Milligan, at Clinton and DeWitt,
la., for three years. In Maj^ 1895, he moved to Guthree Center, la., where
he has since strictly devoted himself to his law practise, engaged mostly in
trial cases.

He was elected city attorney for DeWitt, la. in 1895, but resigned when
he moved away. Was appointed referee in bankruptcy for the county of
Guthrie by Judge Woolson and served two years ; was then elected county
attorney on the Republican ticket and served a second term in that office.
He is now a member of the firm of Milligan & Moore. One c\i\\^, Jessica
E(lif/i, b. June 16, 1900.

IMillican families ui ine ^outncin States


Hlillirans in Ckoici'ki.

The families bearing this surname in Georgia hold a variety of traditions
respecting their ancestors. Some insist that they came from '• auld " Ire-
land, "bejabbers," to that state, direct; others that tiiey were from Scot-
land. There is also a tradition that their name was formerly Millif^an. If
this statement be true the whole family may have been descended from
Hugh Mili.igan whose name appears on the muster roll of Col. Lee's
soldiers of the Revolution in the archives at Atlanta, (Ja. They have been
very prolific and branches are now settled in Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas,
and Alabama. Some spell their surname Mullican. Their genealogy and
family traditions are confusing, and statistics very incomplete and '''<-
connected. if

Andrew Millican, parents unknown, m. to a Miss Tknnant and lived near
Danielsville, Madison county, Georgia, where they d. some sixty years ago,
aged about one hundred years. Some of the family think it was James in-
stead of Andrew. At any rate they had a family of twelve sons and two^
daughters, some of whom d. young. Their names were : Jl'l/Ziam, James If.,
John, Lc'JC'is, Aiidrc7i\ Thomas, Robert, Lcti, Allen, Charles, Elisha, Elijah.
Jane, and Lettie.

1. William Millican, lived in Madison Co., Ga.

2. James Hemphill Millican, m. Marv Southwick whose mother came from
Ireland when she was twelve years of age. This family lived in Cherokee
Co., Ga. They were farmers but not slave owners. He d. Feb. 15, 1S61 ;
his wife d. July 17, 1858.

3. John Millican lived in Madison Co., Ga.

4. Lewis Millican lived in Chattooga Co., Ga.

5. Andrew Millican. No information.

6. Thomas Millican lived in Madison Co., Ga.,

7. Robert Millican lived in Chattooga Co., Ga.

8. Levi Millican. No information.

9. Allen Millican lived in Gwinnett Co., Ga.

10. Charles Millican. No information.

11. Elisha Millican went to Tennessee.

12. Elijah Millican went to Tennessee.

13. Jane Millican m. Iohn Scott ) ,, ,. ,, .,

I 4.4.- M-11- T ^ Madison ( o.. (.a.

14. L^ettie Millican m. Tam- - ^ >rT \


I. Sidney Jones Millican was not m. He d. near Cave Springs, Floyd Co.,


2. Willis Brown Millican was killed in a sliuckoen. He was twin to Chas.
F., b. July 28, 18 18.

3. Charles Findley Millican, b. July 28, 18 18 ; m. in 1845 to Susan Farr of
Fairer. Moved to Floyd Co., Ga. and d. in Polk Co., May 2, 1887. A
farmer. Children's names hereafter.

4. Lewis Redwine Millican, m. Mary McCorley, who d. in Texas. He d.
in Polk Co., Ga.

5. Elizabeth Jane Millican, b. Feb. 20, 1823; m. James A. Fowler, May
14, 1848, who was b. July 13, 1S20, and d. Dec. 8, 1877. Children named
as follows :

I. John Raymond Fowler, b. May 21, 1849; m. Sept. 6, 1866, and

resides at Buffington, Cherokee Co., Georgia,
n. James Martin Fowler, b. Nov. 22, 1852 ; m. Aug. 5, 1877, and

lives at Marble Hill, Pickens Co., Georgia,
in. Charles Milton Fowler, b, Nov. 30, 1850; d. July 31, 1856.
IV. Dock Fowler, b. Oct. 14, 1856; d. July 18, 1859.
V. Judge Sidney Fowler, b. Sept. 13, 1854; m. Feb. 19, 1874, and

lives in Anderson, S. C.
VI. Thomas Gibbs Fowler, b. June i, 1859; m. Jan. 18, 1880, and lives

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