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John GUILD was born about 1616 in England. He died on 4 Oct 1682.
John married Elizabeth CROOKE on 24 Jun 1645. Elizabeth was born estimated 1620.
She died on 31 Aug 1669 in Roxbury, Mass..
John and Elizabeth had the following children:
John GUILD was born on 29 Nov 1649. He died on 24 Jan 1724.
John GUILD (John) was born on 29 Nov 1649 in Dedham, Mass.. . He died on 24 Jan 1724.
John married Sarah FISHER daughter of Anthony FISHER and Joanna FAXON on 22 Mar 1677. Sarah was born estimated 1650 in Dedham, Mass.. .
John and Sarah were the parents of Sarah GUILD.
Robert and Sarah had the following children:
+ 3 M i. Dr. Obidiah BLAKE was born on 9 Jun 1719. He died about 1810.
3. Dr. Obidiah BLAKE (Robert, John) was born on 9 Jun 1719 in Keene, NH. He died about 1810.
Obidiah married Zipporah HARRIS on 27 Apr 1749. Zipporah was born estimated 1728. She died on 25 Feb 1785 in Keene, NH.
Obidiah and Zipporah had the following children:
+ 4 F i. Artemesia BLAKE was born on 5 Dec 1765. She died on 8 Jan 1837.
4. Artemesia BLAKE (Obidiah, Robert, John) was born on 5 Dec 1765 in Keene, NH. She died on 8 Jan 1837 in Clarendon, NY.
Artemesia married Abijah FOSTER son of Abraham FOSTER and Priscilla TODD on 16 Feb 1797 in Topsfield, Mass.. Abijah was born on 12 Sep 1762 in Topsfield, Mass... He died on 2 Apr 1822 in Keene, NH.
They had the following children:
+ 5 F i. Harriette FOSTER was born on 12 Jun 1805. She died on 18 Jan 1872.
5. Harriette FOSTER (Artemesia BLAKE, Obidiah, Robert, John) was born on 12 Jun 1805 in Keene, NH. She died on 18 Jan 1872 in Clarendon, Orleans County, New York.
Harriette married Mortimer Delville MILLIKEN son of (Edward?) Alexander MILLIKEN and Julia BIXBY on 17 May 1836. Mortimer was born on 11 May 1805 in Peterboro, NH. He died on 5 Feb 1900 in Clarendon, Orleans County, New York.
He early entered the store of A. Haskins as clerk, where he remained until his majority.
He was soon after appointed executor of the estate of an uncle which made it necessary
to go to Georgia, where he disposed of the "Woodbine Plantation". What he saw while in
the south made him a strong anti-slavery man. After his return to the north he became a
partner in a large store in Keene. He decided in 1840, to remove to the then "far west", and
drove with a horse and chaise 400 miles and took up land in Clarendon, N. Y. and
that was his home until his death. Mr. Milliken was a man of sterling integrity, energetic
in business, of a kindly and geniel disposition, so that he was respected and beloved by
all who knew him. On account of curtain doctrinal beliefs he never united with any church,
but was a devout student of the Bible, a strict observer of the sabbath, and one who
sought reverently to do the will of God. Politically, he was a strong Republican, always
taking active interest in the success of the party. For 2 years in 1861 and 62 he was supervisor
of Clarendon. He was under the care of his son George, who always lived on the homestead,
and from him received the most dutiful attention. The funeral was attended by a large circle
of relatives friends and neighbors, who by their presence and kindly words, testified
to the esteem they held the departed. His place of birth could have been Keene, NH.
Mortimer and Harriette had the following children:
+ 6 M i. William Delville MILLIKEN was born on 1 Mar 1837. He died on 29 Jun 1887.
7 M ii. George Ashley MILLIKEN was born on 29 Jun 1839 in Keene, NH.
Lived at the homestead at Clarendon and did not marry.
+ 8 F iii. Mary Julia MILLIKEN was born on 17 Jul 1847. She died on 18 Feb 1929.
+ 9 F iv. Sarah Artemisia MILLIKEN was born on 18 Sep 1849.
For additional generations see Foster, Milliken, and Cook Families.
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