Mrs Robert milligan

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with oppor- who of a the successful appear received Parr's grocery- Death of Mrs. Tlie decease of Mrs. "Mary Wilson Milligan, wife of the veteran pioneer, Robert Milligan. o.f Newark, was announced on Saturday last, after a protract fd illness of many weeks, during which her physical a n d mental powers had slowly given way under the operation of di.-eafo and the infirmi- K- L.I k J i C. T . ties of ago. She was a daughter .of Jacob Wilson, an honored pioneer of Licking county, who settled here in 1803, having come h i t h e r valley ot the .south branch of the Potomac. (Hardy county. Virginia,) j and located on the east hank C. P. under Hill, astonishing Ben. Josh- j sound Hill next two sto- of the n o r t h fork of tho Licking: about mile n o r t h of Newark, which out the year before. Here Mrs- Mil- liffan was born, as were also her ! brothers ami two sisters. David was | the first boni of this Household, I Mrs. Milligan the third, born March 7,1810. Her lii-othcrs and sisters all j survive h e i , except J. Harvey, died ia-t year. Mr?. Milligan was j nearly seventy-three, years of a.ge. ! more than fifty-me of t h e m j had been years of married life, j and all of them spent within the. j of tho Ne\V-.irk church bells. I Her father. .Jacob Wilson, died in 1827, and her mother, a d a u g h Major Colville, of the Shenandoun Valley, in Virginia, died in ISIS. The John Colville, a notice of whose appeared among the memorial sketches of i he pioneers for last month, having occurred at the age of eighty- six years, at Oskaloosa. Iowa, was the youngest brother of Mrs. Million's mother. The funeral of her father, which occurred in October. 1S27. 55 years ago. was one of the the writer remembers attending after he located in Newark. Mrs. Milligan was the mother of four children, only two of whom survive her. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church from irirlhood until her death, and much devoted to the interests of the i , . .,, , , - i 1 pee fire front , church, being uniformly present in | last night ] ^ sanc -, ]ai . y % vhen health permitted, j and - -Installation her i . i TVHS ! · u I -- G., Recording Perma- Treasurer. . her in church relations were as sel- I ' Probablv few of those associated while pulpit -- , pi ogress. She will be greatly missed dom absent during the last fifty year? ministrations were in j j in the church and in the family U! ,tu have { Of few can it be said -more j that she discharged all her duties of the ! fidelity as a daughter, sister, The deceased was one of to shoeing, and They also Oive Fowler Boiler Monday Hunter's officers Hun- j i j D. j store, j leaving Second mother. our excellent women, and will be ! lurid i-.: kindly remembrance a s a ful. affectionate daughter, as a loving and beloved sister, as a voted wife, anil a* a c'li^iik-r.-lc. k mother. Tin- greatly bereaved hns- band ;MU! other afflict^'' friends have the sympathies of very many in t the season of their sorrow ami bo- reavejiient. j I n t e r m e n t was in Cedar tery on Vw Year's day. tho funeral services being conducted by Uev. R. TJ. Moore, of thf First Presbyterian cbnrch. o f w h i c h Mrs. father was an elder from 1809 u n his death in 1S27. The pall-bearer.? were \V. A. King, J. C. Galbreath, B. Giflu!, P. -V- Ward, J. W. Collins and G. A. W i l s o n . [A mure detailed history rf the. family of Jacob Wilson and of Million's ean be found in the -History of Licking comity."] * faithful,

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  1. The Newark Advocate,
  2. 05 Jan 1883, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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  • Mrs Robert milligan

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