A. C. MILLIKIN, farmer, P. 0. West Jefferson, son Of James Millkiln, whose biography appears above, was born
in Canaan Township, Madison Co., Ohio, September 29, 1844. He was raised to farm life, but, from eighteen to the
age of twenty two, was engaged in saw milling. His succeeding occupation for five years was handling stock in Kansas.
In 1874, he returned to Ohio, but, one year later, went again to the West. In the fall of 1876, he accepted the
position of railroad agent at Plain City, Madison Co., Ohio, where he remained three years, and, during the same
time, was engaged with R. H. Andrews in buying and shipping grain from that point. In 1879, he again engaged in
the cattle trade in the West, and in the fall of 1881 returned to Ohio, and. on September 15 of the same year,
married Elizabeth (Converse) Smith, widow of Butler Smith. He at once engaged in farming, and feeding and raising
cattle, hogs and sheep.
History of Madison County, Ohio
Published by: W. H. Beers and Company
Madison County, Ohio Biographies
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