i. CAROLINE LAVENIE BARR, b. Dec. 16,
ii. JAMES ALLEN BARR, b. Sept. 5, 1887.
iii. MARY ROBINSON BARR, b. July 19, 1890.
iv. ALICE .JANE BARR, b. Mar. 26, 1892.
V. MILTON FRANK BARR, b. June 22, 1893.
vi. EDWIN LEWIS BARR, b. Mar. 13, 1895.
iii. ROBINSON LINCOLN BARR, b. Mar. 4, 1860, d.
June 24, 1903, at Fresno, Cal.; "m. Nov. 4, 1890
Anna E. Edminston.
To Robinson Lincoln Barr and Anna E. Edmin-
ston Barr were born two children:
i. JESSIE LAVENIE BARR.
ii. MARJORIE BARR.
iv. HETTIE MARTHA BARR, b. May 3. 1861; m.
May 19, 1881. Thomas P. Campbell, b. Mar. 7,
1856, at Camden, III., son of David L. Campbell
and Martha Fruit Campbell, reside at Spokane,
To Thomas P. Campbell and Hettie Martha Barr
Campbell were born seven children:
i. LEB MILTON CAMPBELL, b. Oct. 25, 1882.
ii. KATE LAVENL\ CAMPBELL, b. Aug. 29,
iii. ADA FRANCELIA CAMPBELL, b. Apr. 23^
1SS6; m. Mar. 7, 1905, Marius C. Peter-
son, reside at Coe^r D'Alene, Idaho,
iv. THOMAS ROBINSON CAMPBELL, b. May
V. MARION BARR CAMPBELL, b. Aug. 30,
elseif (getClientWidth() > 430)
vi. DVv^IGHT GEORGE CAMPBELL, b. June
vii. HARLIE CAMPBELL, b. June 2, 1902.
V. OLIVER EDWIN BARR, b. June 17, 1864; m.
Oct. 12, 1887, Dora Maj^ Topping, b. July 28,
1868, at Eureka, Kan., daughter of Philetus C.
Topping and Mary L. Topping. He is in the
general merchandising business, resides at
Coeur D'Alene, Idaho.
To Oliver Edwin Barr and Dora May Topping
Barr were born three children:
i. CLARK MILTON BARR, b. May 31, 1890.
ii. ERMA MAY BARR, b. Mar. 26, 1897.
iii. OLIVER ALFRED BARR, b. Aug. 7, 1901.
V. EDWIN THOMAS BARR, b. Dec. 22, 1832, d. July 15,
vi. ROBINSON ALEXANDER BARR, b. July 6, 1838; m.
Sept. 14, 1S65, Nancy Fenner Slocum, b. Mar. 23, 1845,
at Lake Zurich, Iowa, daughter of Brinson W. Slocum
and Anna W. Holbrook Slocum'. He was in the mer-
cantile busines for a number of years, later removed
to Britt, Iowa, and in 1904 to Grinnell Iowa. He
served in the War of the Rebellion from 1862 to 1865.
To Robinson Alexander Barr and Nancy Fenner Slo-
cum Barr were born four children:
i. HETTIE ANNA BARR, b. June 18, 1866, d. Nov.
ii. EDWIN ROBINSON BARR, b. Apr. 1, 1868, d.
July 23, 1874.
iii. GEORGE SLOCUM BARR, b. Jan. 13, 1875, d.
Sept. 10, 1896; m. Oct. 29, 1894, Mary Janet
Lewis, b. Apr. 13, 1872.
To George Slocum Barr and Mary Janet Lewis
Barr was born one child:
i. MARTHA GEORGE BARR, b. Sept. 1, 1896.
iv. WILLIAM MILTON BARR, b. Aug. 26, 1878.
XXVI. Nancy Robinson'* (Mary McCord Robinson^,
Agnes McKinney McCord-, Joseph MacKenzie^) was born
April 8, 1799, at North East, Erie Co., Penna., died Jan-
uary 18, 1845, ^t Springfield, Erie Co., Penna. ; married
William Doty, born 1795 in Washington Co., N. Y., died
May 19, 1864, at Springfield, Erie Co., Penna. He re-
moved to the latter place in 1S28. He was given the title
of major from holding that office in a home militia, was
postmaster for twenty years and sheriff for some time. He
and his wife were members of the Presbyterian church,
he a ruling elder. Devoted to religious work, they used
every effort to advance the cause of Christianity, were hos-
pitable and charitable, and aided humanity in every way.
Giving of their abundance, with wholesome advice and the
knowledge gained from experience, they were of inestimable
use and held in the highest esteem by all who knew them.
i. CALVIN ROBINSON DOTY, b. Oct. 1, 1S21, d. Sept. 22,
1860; m. Sarah A. Townsend, b. 1822, d. Aug. 22,
1855. He was a railroad contractor, was enroute for
a western contract, when he became ill, and died In
Michigan. He was a mason, and a member of the
To Calvin Robinson Doty and Sarah A. Townsend Doty
were born four chidren:
i. KATE CAROL DOTY, b. Nov. 28, 1847, d. Apr. 4,
1889,; m. Aug. 25, 1870, Elisha Burr Maynard,
of Massachusetts, b. Nov. 21, 1842, at Wilbra-
ham, Mass., Judge of the Superior Court, soa
of Walter and Hannah Burr Maynard.
To Judge Elisha Burr Maynard and Kate Carol
Doty Maynard were born seven children:
i. ROBERT DOTY MAYNARD, b. June 3,
'■ 1871; m. Oct. 29, 1896, Grace M. Parmen-
ter, b. Apr. 7, 1871, at Springfield, Mass.,
daughter of Charles Henry Parmenter
and Emma Sophia Gray Parmenter, by
profession a civil engineer, resides at
To Robert Doty Maynard and Grace M.
Parmenter Maynard were born two chil-
i. PAULINE MAYNARD, b. Nov. 7,
ii. WALTER PARMENTER MAY-
NARD, b. .June 3, 1903.
ii. ISABELLA FRANCES MAYNARD, b.
Sept. 25, 1873, d. Sept 27. 1887.
iii. ELISHA BURR MAYNARD, b. May 27,
1875. d. Oct. 11. 1875.
iv. RUTH MAYNARD, b. Aus. 18, 1876; m.
June 10, 1903, Edward Marsden Denoon.
reside at Springfield. Mass.
v. JOSEPHINE M-AYNARD, b. Mar. 28, 1878,
d. Apr. 25, 1878.
Ti. PAUL MAYNARD, b. Nov. 1, 1879, d.
Sept. 29, 1885.
vii. WILLIAM, DOTY MAYNARD, b. Mar. 18,
ii. EMMA FRANCES DOTY, b. Oct. 20, 1849, d.
Feb. 20, 1850.
iii. WILLIAM HENRY CALVIN DOTY, b. Aug. 27.
1852; m. May 12, 1880, Ella Frances Maynard,
b. May 1, 1852, reside at Springfield, Mass.
iv. SARAH LOUISA DOTY, b. June 28, 1855; m.
1877, Edgar L. Hills, reside at Ashtabula, Ohio.
To Edgar L. Hills and Sarah Louisa, Doty Hills
were born two children:
i. MAUD L. HILLS, b. Feb. 19, 1879.
ii. MARGARET HILLS, b. Dec. 24, 1887.
ii. CORDELIA ROBINSON DOTY, b. Apr. 10, 1825, d.
Apr. 14, 1900; m. 1863, John F. Annis, b. 1818, d. Aug.
18, 1879, resided at Springfield, Mass.
iii. WILLIAM DOTY, b. June 14, 1834, d. Nov. 9, 1834.
XXVII. George Washington Robinson^ (Mary McCord
Robinson^, Agnes McKinney McCord-, Joseph MacKen-
zie^) was born June I2, i8oi, at North East, Erie Co.,
Penna., died January 4, 1877, at Girard, Penna. ; married
March 16, 1825, Matilda Wylhs, of Ripley, N. Y., members
of the Presbyterian church, and buried at Girard.
1. SARAH MATILDA ROBINSON, b. Dec. 25, 1826, d.
1863; m. Newton Truesdale, resided at Conneaut-
To Newton Truesdale and Sarah Matilda Robinson
Truesdale was born one child:
j. GEORGE HENRY TRUESDALE, b. May 25,
1855, d. Dec. 18, 1899.
ii. JOSIAH WHITNEY ROBINSON, twin, b. May 25, 1829,
d. Apr. 3, 1898; m. Dec. 23, 1858, Nancy Jane Fergu-
son, b. Feb. 13, 1835, d. Sept. 1, 1903, resided at Gi-
To Josiah Y/hitnejf Robinson and Nancy Jane Ferguson
Robinson were born two children:
i. MARY MATILDA ROBINSON, b. Jan. 31, 1860;
m. June 2, 1892, Edward Henry Lichtenwalter,
b. June 16, 1860, at Fairview, Penna., son of
Henry Lichtenwalter and Katherine Lichten-
ii. JENNIE AMERICA ROBINSON, b. June 15,
1866, d. Sept. 20, 1868.
iii. JOSEPH WYLLIS ROBINSON, twin, b. May 25, 1829;
m. first Mar. 9, 1854, America Robertson, who d.
Sept. 4, 1890; m. secondly Apr. 4, 1894, Laura A.
Graves. He is a farmer, member of the Presbyterian
church, and resides at Girard, Penna.
;v. EDWIN EVANS ROBINSON, b. Dec. 8, 1833, d. Mar.
20, 1902; m. Kosetta J. Bailey.
To Edwin Evans Robinson and Rosetta J. Bailey Rob-
inson were born two cliildren:
i. WILLIAM E. ROBINSON,
li. WALTER ROBINSON.
XXVIII. Mary Ann Robinson^ (Mary McCord Rob-
inson^ Agnes McKinney McCord-, Joseph MacKenzie^)
was born October ii, 1805, at North East. Erie Co.,
Penna., died July 31, 1839, at North East; married April,
1 83 1, Benjamin Royce Tuttle, born May 29, 1798, died
May 14, i860, at North East, where his parents settled at
an early date. By profession he was a contractor and
builder, and belonged to a highly honored family. He and
his wife were members of the Presbyterian church, zealous
in all good works, and are buried at North East.
i. EDVv^IN RUSH TUTTLE, b. Sept., 1832, d. Dec. 27, 1863;
m. June 15, 1855, Mary Sherwood, b. Aug. 29, 1837, d.
July 15, 1874. He was in a banking house in Pitts-
burg, Penna., and later engaged in the same business
In Chicago. -After his death his wife returned to her
old home in N. Y., in 1873 took her children to Niles,
Mich., to educate them, and died the following year.
To Edwin Rush Tuttle and Mary Sherwood Tuttle were
born three children:
i. EDITH SHERVfOOD TUTTLE, b. Nov. 9, 1858,
d. June 16, 1881.
ii. ANNIE ROBINSON TUTTLE, b. Sept. 5, 1860;
m. Apr. 30, 1885, Rev. William Hamilton Jeffers,
D. D., L. L. D., b. May 1, 1838, son of Joseph Jef-
fers and Barbara Moore Jeffers, a graduate of
■Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Penna., 1855;
Zenia Theological Seminary, 1859. He was pro-
fessor of Greek and Latin at Westminster Col-
lege and Wooster University; pastor of Euclid
Avenue Presbyterian church, Cleveland, Ohio,
1875-1877; professor of Ecclesiastical History
in the Western Theological Seminary 1877-1902;
resides at Los Angeles, Cal.
re Dr. William Hamilton Jeffers and Annie Rob-
inson Tuttle Jeffers were born two children:
i. JOHN ROBINSO?; JEFFERS, b. Jan. 10,
ii. HAMILTON MOORS JEFFERS, b. Oct. 13,
iii. MARY GEOEGIANA TUTTLE, b. Mar 19, 1863,
d. Jan. 1, 1890.
ii. THOMAS TUTTLE, d. in infancy.
Benjamin Boyce Tuttle married secondly, Mary Ann McCord and
had three children (see McCord line).
XXIX. Joseph McKinney Robinson^ (Mary McCord
Robinson^, Agnes McKinney McCord^, Joseph MacKen-
zie^) was born December 26, 1808, at North East, Erie Co.,
Penna., died December 23, 1843, ^^ Houston, Texas; mar-
ried July 10, 1834, Sarah Earned Crosby, of Fredonia, N.
Y., born August 15 ,1813, at Thompson, Conn., died Octo-
ber 14, 1865, at Belvidere, 111., a devoted wife and mother,
a consecrated member of the Baptist church. At an early
age her husband left the home of his boyhood, and went to
Albany, N. Y., and remained there three years after mar-
riage. In 1837 he went to Houston, Texas, for his health,
was in the mercantile business all his life;noted for his many
christian virtues; exerted a widespread influence for good
and the upbuilding of the church; was especially interested
in the young men in the cities in which he resided, anfl was
a power for good among them ; was a member of the Pres-
byterian church. After his death his family lived at Daven-
i. FRANKLIN CASS ROBINSON, b. July 21, 1835, d. July
11, 1897; m. Feb. 4, 1875,Caroline Martha Rutledge,
b. Feb. 4, 1849, at LeClair, lovra, daughter of "William
Rutledge and Sarah Rutledge. He served during the
War of the Rebellion, the first two years in active
service. He had a severe sunstroke and swamp fever
in Virginia, and never regained his health. For sev-
eral years previous to his death he suffered greatly,
as. a result of his exposure during his life in the army.
For sometime before the close of the war he was
with the Christian Commission in Tennessee. His
place of residence was Davenport, Iowa.
To Franklin Cass Robinson and Caroline Martha Rut-
ledge Robinson was born one child:
i. ALICE FLORENCE ROBINSON, b. Nov. 4, 1878.
a. FRANCES MARY ROBINSON, b. July 31, 1837; m.
Feb. 17, 1858, Alexander Fraser Williams, b. June 15,
1826, at Westfield, N. J., d. Dec. 15, 1887, at Davenport,
Iowa, son of Charles Williams and Eliza Miller Wil-
liams. He was in the wholesale hardware business
in Davenport for twenty years, and with his family
adhered to the doctrines of the Baptist church.
To Alexander Fraser Williams and Frances Mary Rob-
inson Williams were born four children:
i. ELLA OPHELIA WILLIAMS, b. Mar. 5, 1859;
m. Oct. 26, 1882, John Stephen Thompson, b.
Sept. 12, 1856, at Davenport, Iowa, deputy as-
sessor, son of Stephen Thompson and Maria
Hutt Thompson, reside at Twin Oaks, Cal.
To John Stephen Thompson and Ella Ophelia
Williams Thompson were bora four children:
i. ALEXANDER WILLIAMS THOMPSON, b.
Sept: 9, 1883.
ii. LORENTUS STEPHEN THOMPSON, .b
May 17, 1885.
iii. ELOiSE THOMPSON, b. May 2, 1889.
iv. HAROLD FREDERICK THOMPSON, b.
Nov. 21, 1890.
ii. jxNNA SARAH WILLIAMS, b. Feb. 25, 1862; m.
Oct. 14, 1884, Jennings Price Crawford, M. D.,
b. Aug. 27, 1855, at Marion, Lynn Co., Iowa,
son of Jennings Crawford and Sarah Price
Crawford. A graduate of the State University
of Iowa, he is a prominent physician and sur-
geon, and lecturer on Surgical Technique and
Operative Procedures, resides at Davenport,
To Dr. Jennings Price Crawford and Anna Sarah
Williams Crawford were born five children:
i. FRANCES LOUISE CRAWFORD, b. Jan.
ii. GENEVIEVE CRAWFORD, b. Oct. 4, 1888.
iii. HELEN CRAWFORD, b. June 26, 1891.
iv. DOROTHY CRAWFORD, twin, b. Sept. 1,
V. MARGARET CRAWFORD, twin, b. Sept.
iii. FREDERICK CROSBY WILLIAMS, b. Sept. 11,
1870, d. Sept. 21, 1894.
iv. JOSEPH ROBINSON WILLIAMS, b. Mar. 19,
1876, d. Feb. 11, 1894.
XXX. Alexander Hamilton Robinson^ (Mary McCord
Robinson^ Agnes McKinney McCord-, Joseph MacKen-
zie^) was born May 3, 1811, at North East, Erie Co.,
Penna., died August 5, 1872, at Laporte, Ind.; married
1833 Lomira Wyllis, born October i, 1813, in Oswego Co.,
He was a merchant, sheriff, member of the legislature,
and after the close of the War of the Rebellion, was en-
gaged in the drug business at Laporte. During the war
he was in the commissary department, served three years,
and lost his health in the service. His life was one of
great usefulness. He and his family were members of the
Presbyterian church, and are buried at Laporte.
i. MARY L. ROBINSON, b. Feb. 21, 1834, d. May 6, 1866.
ii. LYDIA ROBINSON, b. May 21, 1835; m. Mar. 12, 1863,
James Angell, b. Sept. 10, 1830, a machinist residing
124 , ;
at Gallon, Oliio. He was in tlie War of the Rebellion,
adjutant in the 29th Regiment Indiana "Volunteers.
To James Angell and Lydia Robinson Angell v/ere born
i. HARRIETT ROBINSON ANGELL, b. Feb. 18,
1865, d. Seot. 28, 1865.
ii. ALEXANDER ANGELL, b. May 30, 1870.
iii. WILLIS ROBINSON, b. June 2, 1838, d. Dec. 17, 1851.
iv. HAMILTON ROBINSON, b. Apr. 9, 1841, d. Oct. 10,
XXXI. Eliza McCord Robinson^ (Mary McCord Rob-
inson^, Agnes McKinney McCord-, Josepli MacKenzie^)
was born August 13, 1813, at North East, Erie Co., Penna.,
died November 30, 1867, at North East; married April 28,
1839, Dyer Loomis, born October i, 18 10, died December
2, 1 901, at North East, where he served as a ruling elder
in the Presbyterian Church for fifty-twa years. He and his
wife were of upright character, with charitable instincts
and nobleness of purpose. They are buried at North East.
i. MARY ELLEN LOOMIS, b. 1841, d. 1862, unmarried,
ii. JOSEPH W^ARREN LOOMIS, b. 1843, d. 1896; m.; no
iii. GEORGE LAMARTINE LOOMIS, b. 1847, d. Aug. 26,
XXXII. Samuel McCord Robinson^ (Mary McCord
Robinson^, Agnes McKinney McCord-, Joseph MacKen-
zie^) was born January 26, 18 16, at North East, Erie Co.,
Penna., died February 12, 1892, at Plymouth, Ohio; mar-
ried August 14, 1838, Nancy Townsend, who died
December 18, 1898. His wife resided before her mar-
riage at Spring-field, Erie Co., Penna., and with him re-
moved to Ohio in 1845. He was a commission merchant
at Plymouth, a director of the S. M. and N. R. R., and
vice president of the First National Bank, an honorable,
christian gentleman of the highest type, in faith a Presby-
terian. With his wife and daughter he is buried at Ply-
i. MARY LOUISE ROBINSON, b. Feb. 26, 1839, d. July
XXXni. Margaret McCord Blaine^ (Rosanna McCord
Blaine^, Agnes LIcKinney McCord-, Joseph MacKenzie^)
was born July i8, 1798, in Sherman's Valley, now Perry
Co., Penna., died December 18, 1858, at North East,
married December 20, 1820, James Mills, born
September 23, 1789, in New Jersey, died j\Iay 16,
1833, ^t North East, and is buried beside his wife at
that place. His father John Alills born September 19, 1766,
in New York, died April 25, 1838; married September 14,
1788, Elizabeth Banghart, born December 7, 1769, in New
Jersey, died December 24, 1836, at North East, where they
resided since 18 12. Margaret McCord Blaine Mills and her
husband were devoted adherents of the Presbyterian faith
and taught their children the beauty and wisdom of the
christian life. They were influential in church work and
liberal in all lines of charity.
i. ROYAL ALEXANDER BLAIJsTE MILLS, b. Oct. 7, 1821,
at North East, Penna., d. Jan. 25, 1882, at Ciiicago,
111.; m. Nov. 23, 1852, Eliza Ann Neely, b. Feb. 16,
1828, at Harborcreek, Erie Co., Penna., d. Oct. 11, 1892,
at Chicago, 111., and is buried beside her husband in
Oakwood Cemetery at that place, daughter of Joseph
Neely and Matilda Moorhead Neely. In 1843 he went
in a covered wagon to Chicago, and in the early days
was in the wholesale grocery business. He retired from
that in 1859 and became engaged in the real estate
business. In 1874 he was stricken with blindness and
an injury to his spine, caused by a fall from his
carriage. Paralysis ensued and for eight years he
was confined to his bed. He and his wife were con-
sistent members of the Christ Reformed Episcopal
church of Chicago.
To Royal Alexander Blaine Mills and Eliza Ann Neely
Mills were born five children:
i. FREDERICK NEELY MILLS, b. Oct. 4, 1853, d.
Apr. 28, 1898^.
ii. NINETTE S. MILLS, b. Oct. 11, 1855, d. Apr. 18,
iii. JAMES MARCELLUS MILLS, b. Aug. 27, 1858;
m. Oct. 17, 1883, Charlotte Adams Walker, b.
July 30, 1860, at Lansing, Mich., daughter of
Henry W. Walker and Jane Adams Walker.
He is connected with the Illinois Trust & Sav-
ings Bank at Chicago, 111.
To James Marcellus Mills and Charlotte Adams
Walker Mills were born two children:
i. MARGARET MILLS, b. July 16, 1887.
ii. JAMES LEONARD MILLS, b. Sept. 11,
Iv. JENNIE MATILDA MILLS, b. Oct. 31, 1860, re-
sides at Chicago, 111.
V. KATHARINE LOUISE MILLS, b. Jan. 22, 1867,
resides ait Chicago, 111.
ii. JOHN MARCBLLUS MILLS, b. Mar. 7, 1823, at North
East.Penna., J. Mar. 15, 1905, and is buried at that
place; m. Sept. 7, 1847, Harriett Marania Haynes,
b. Apr. 3, 1826, at Westfield, N. Y., daughter of James
H. Haynes and Elizabeth K. Bentley Haynes. His
life was spent in the place of his birth, where he was
a member of the Presbyterian church, a merchant
of influential standing; in politics a Republican, hav-
ing voted for every President from Preemont to
Roosevelt. He was a useful, progressive citizen, in-
terested in all that pertained to the welfare and ad-
vancement of his fellow men, and until the advanced
age of eighty-tv/o years, retained his faculties, and
kept in touch with the current events of the day.
He was highly esteemed.
To John Mareellus Mills and Harriett Marania Haynes
Mills were born seven children:
i. ROYAL JAMES MILLS, b. June 28, 1848; m.
June 2, 1875, Elwina Walldorf, b. Sept. 21, 1849,
at Monroe, Mich., daughter of Frederick Wall-
dorf and Celestine A. Godfroy Walldorf. Edu-
cated at North East and Poughkeepsie, N. Y.,
he commenced his business career as^ a clerk in
his native town, and later accepted the position
of cashier with the Adams Express Company
at St. Louis, Mo. For ten years he has resided
at Monroe, Mich.; retired from active business;
a member of the Episcopal church,
ii. FLORENCE MARGARET MILLS, b. Nov. 28,
1850; m. Mar. 17, 1875, Cassius Uriah Johnson,
b. July 20, 184'o, in Chatauqua Co., N. Y., son of
James Johnson and Namcy Johnson. Educated
in Fredonia, N. Y., a Republican, a member of
the Episcopal church, for some years after mar-
riage lived at Buffalo, N. Y., is at present with
the Page-Davis School of Correspondence at
New York, and resides at Brooklyn, N. Y.
To Cassius Uriah Johnson and Florence Margaret
Mills Johnson was born one child:
i. MAUD HAYNES JOHNSON, b. Oct. 6, 1878.
xli. FRANK CHARLES MILLS, b. Feb. 13, 1854; m.
May 23, 1883, Nancy Till Johnson, b. Nov. 9,
1860, at North East, Penna., daughter of James
Sprague Johnson and Nancy Blaine Johnson.
Educated at North East, Penna., he turned his
attention to mercantile pursuits, and is engaged
in the oil business at Buffalo, N. Y., where he
resides, a member of the Episcopal church.
To Frank Charles Mills and Nancy Till Johnson
Mills were born three children:
i. BESSIE GRAY MILLS, b. Nov. 6, 1884, d.
June 19, 1893.
ii. FRANK BOYD MILLS, b. Jan. 8, 1888.
iii. PAUL BLAINE MILLS, b. Jan. 10, 1891, d.
Mav IS, 1903.
iv. DR. JOHN MARCELLUS MILLS, b. July 16, 1857,
m. Sept. 25, 1882, Elizabeth Zeigler
Beverton, b. May 30, 1863, at Wrights-
ville, Penna., daughter of Barton Bever-
son and Amanda Wilson Beverson. He obtain-
ed his early education at the Lake Shore Sem-
inary at North East.Penna., was graduated from
the University of Buffalo, N. Y., in 1882, held the
position of assistant resident physician of the
Fall Brook Coal Company, at Antrim, Penna.,
, from 1882 until 1886, when he was ap-
pointed resident physician of the same
company, which position he filled until
1895. Since that time he has practiced
medicine at Clayton, N. Y., v/here he is success-
ful and eminently skillful. He is a member of
the Episcopal church.
To Dr. John Marcellus Mills and Elizabeth Zeig-
ler Beverson Mills were born three children:
i. BURTON BEVERSON MILLS, b. Apr. 14,
ii. FLORENCE BLWINA MILLS, b. Aug. 18,
1888, d. Mar. 17, 1899.
iii. JOHN LESLIE MILLS, b. Sept. 21, 1900.
V. ANNA JOSEPHINE MILLS, b. Apr. 4, 1860,
m. June 18, 1884, Willis E. Gray,
who has been in the railroad service since
boyhood, for a number of years superintendent
of the Chicago and Alton Railway, and since
then has been superintendent of construction of
a railway in China.
To Willis E. Gray and Anna Josephine Mills Gray
were born two chklren:
i. MARGARET MILLS GRAY, b. Sept. 18,
ii. MARCELLUS MILLS GRAY, b. Dec. 3,
vi. BURTON CAMPBELL MILLS, b. Dec. 8, 1863,
d. Dec. 8, 1884.
vii. MARY ELIZABETH MILLS, b. Oct. 2, 1868.
iii. MARY MOORHEAD MILLS, b. Dec. 13, 1824, at North
East, Penna., d. May 31, 1882; m. June, 1847, Harley
Dwight S'elkregg, b. Sept. 28, 1823, d. June 23, 1881, a
Presbyterian, and for many years a merchant at
North East, Penna.
To Harley Dwight Selkregg and Mary Moorhead Mills
Selkregg were born four children:
i. JAMES MILLS SELKREGG, b. Mar. 19, 1848;
m. Fannie Farnam, of Oneida, N. Y.
To James Mills Selkregg and Fannie Farnam Sel-
kregg was born one child:
i. EDNA F. SELKREGG.
ii. HARRIETT MARGARET SELKREGG, b. July 6,
1851,; m. June 25, 1890, Carson Rowan Cos-
grove, b. June 8, 1848, at Westfield, N. Y., son
of John Cosgrove and Sarah Cosgrove, reside at
Sidney, N. Y.
iii. LESLIE LWIGKT SELKREGG, b. June 5, 1854;
m. Margaret Cook, of Panama, N. Y.,
To Leslie Dwight Sell^regg and Margaret Cook
fcelkregg' were born six children:
i. RUSH A. SELKREGG.
ii. CARL L. SELKREGG.
iii. HARLEY G. SELKREGG.
iv. FLORENCE M. SELKREGG.
V. J. PAUL SELrCREGG.
vi. JESSIE M. SELKREGG.
iv. GEORGE HARLEY SELKREGG, b. Aug. 3, 1862;
m. Frances- Reimond.
To George Hariey Selkregg and Frances Reimond
Selkregg v/ere born five children:
i. EDWIN R. SELKREGG.
ii. FRED. M. SELKREGG.
iii. HATTIS F. SELKREGG.
iv. JAMES L. SELKREGG.
V. CHARLOTTE SELKREGG.
iv. MARGARET BLAINE MILLS, b. July 4, 1827, at North
East, Penna., d. July 3, 1897; m. Apr. 15, 1851, Will-
iam: A. Selkregg, b. Oct. 28, 1826, d. Feb. 28, 1894, a
manufacturer and oil producer at North East, Penna.,
where he and his wife were born, lived, died and are
buried, members of the Presbyterian church.
To William A. Selkregg and Margaret Blaine Mills
Selkregg were born two children:
i. WILLIAM OSEE SELKREGG, b. Jan. 31, 1852;
m. Nov. 3, 1874, Ida N. Austin, b. July 29, 1857,
in Erie Co., Penna., daughter of Harvey Austin
and Elizabeth Austin, resides at North East,
Penna., an oil producer and farmer, in faith a
To V/illiam Osee Selkregg and Ida N. Austin Sel-
kregg were born three children:
i. JESSIE MARGARET SELKREGG, b. July
24, 1875, d. Feb. 19, 1876.
ii. ELIZABETH PRUDENCE SELKREGG, b.
Jan 21 1877
iii. FRED. WILLIAM SELKREGG, b. Sept. 28,
1878, d. Feb. 20, 1880.
ii. ROYAL M. J. SELKREGG, b. Apr. 4, 1858, d.
Oct. 10, 1871.
V. JAMBS BLAINE MILLS, b. Mar. 6, 1832, d. July 22.
XXXIV. Nancy B. Blaine^ (Rosanna McCord Blaine^
Agnes McKinney McCorcP, Joseph MacKenzie^) was
born June 21, 1800, at North East, Erie Co., Penna., died
May 21, 1877, at North East; married June 20, 1820, Wil-
iiam Cra^vford, born December 25, 1796, at Jersey Shore,
Penna., died August 19, 1850, at North East, where he was
for many years in the manufacturing business, and an office
bearer in the First Presbyterian church. He is buried
beside his wife at North East.
i. ALEXANDER BLAINE CRAWFORD, b. Sept. 24, 1821