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Alleghany County Family Genealogies

Source: The Claude Wells Family - Incl. McMillan, Robinette, Fugate

McMillan's - arrived in NC abt. 1788
McMillan's settled in the western part of North Carolina around Ashe County.

Descendants of John McMillan
 
1  John McMillan 
.  2  James McMillan 
....  +Jean Douglas  b: August 02, 1732 in South Leith, Midlothian County, SCT  m: October 1758 in South Leith, Midlothian County, SCT
....  3  John McMillan  b: October 05, 1759 in Edinburgh, Midlothian County,  Scotland    d: February 23, 1844 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC
.......  +Marion McLeamont  b: 1763 in Edinburgh, Scotland  m: September 01, 1787 in On board ship crossing to America.  d: April 15, 1839 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC

.......  4  Margaret McMillan  b: July 20, 1788 in On Board Ship to NC    d: February 18, 1886 in Allegheny County, NC
..........  +James Maxwell 
.......  4  Mary Polly McMillan  b: December 13, 1789 in Wilkes County, NC    d: Aft. 1818
..........  +David H. Maxwell 
.......  *2nd Husband of Mary Polly McMillan: 
..........  +William Andrew Fields    m: March 02, 1813
.......  4  James McMillan  b: May 26, 1790 in Stratford, Wilkes County, NC    d: April 07, 1838 in Ashe County, NC
..........  +Thursey Gambill  b: April 16, 1792 in Ashe County, NC  m: March 13, 1813  d: in Ashe County, NC

..........  5  Nancy McMillan  b: May 31, 1815
..........  5  Fannie McMillan  b: July 18, 1816    d: 1849
.............  +Josiah Halsey    m: August 21, 1834

.............  6  Fannie Halsey      d: 1910
................  +Jesse A. Gambill  b: 1846 in NC    d: 1901
................  7  Cora Gambill      d: 1893
..........  5  Mazy Marion McMillan  b: April 05, 1818
.............  +Solomon O. Edwards 
..........  5  Narcessa McMillan  b: December 15, 1821
.............  +Alfred Dixon  b: April 15, 1820  m: Abt. 1840  d: October 12, 1886 in Mullins, WV
..........  5  John Andy McLeamont McMillan  b: September 13, 1824    d: September 08, 1895
.............  +Sarah Ray 
..........  5  Alexander B. McMillan  b: June 01, 1826    d: October 16, 1898
.............  +Ellen Ray    m: October 31, 1850 in Ashe County, NC
..........  5  Polly McMillan  b: Abt. 1830    d: June 19, 1872
.............  +William Warden 
..........  5  James B. McMillan  b: Abt. 1832    d: 1910 in Alleghany County, NC
.............  +Raiusie Stamper 
..........  5  Andrew J. McMillan  b: Abt. 1838    d: 1863
.......  4  Theresa McMillan  b: Abt. 1792
.......  4  Andrew McMillan  b: March 17, 1793 in Nathans Creek, Wilkes County, NC    d: April 17, 1885 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC
..........  +Jennie Fields  b: May 28, 1793 in NC  m: in NC  d: November 11, 1855 in NC
.......  4  John McMillan  b: March 12, 1795 in Stratford, Wilkes County, NC    d: September 03, 1865 in Alleghany County, NC
..........  +Narcessa Gambill  b: July 08, 1778    d: June 05, 1876
.......  4  Nancy McMillan  b: May 15, 1796 in Wilkes County, NC    d: January 02, 1867 in Grayson County, VA
..........  +Joseph Phipps  b: January 01, 1776 in NC  m: Bef. 1814 in NC  d: July 23, 1848
..........  5  Jane Phipps 
.............  +Stephen M. Dickey 
..........  5  Joseph Phipps 
.......  4  Alexander B. McMillan  b: April 04, 1799 in Wilkes County, NC    d: December 06, 1864 in Alleghany County, NC
..........  +Mary Pollie Reeves  b: Abt. 1800 in VA
..........  5  F. B. McMillan  b: Abt. 1828
.......  4  Jessie McMillan  b: December 16, 1800 in Ashe County, NC    d: December 16, 1800 in Ashe County, NC
.......  4  Marion McMillan  b: August 20, 1803 in Ashe County, NC    d: Abt. 1882 in Allegheny County, NC
..........  +Enoch Reeves    m: May 21, 1821
....  3  Margaret McMillan  b: May 15, 1761 in Edinburgh, Midlothian County, Scotland
....  3  Elizabeth McMillan  b: March 26, 1763 in Edinburgh, Midlothian County,  Scotland
....  3  William McMillan  b: February 03, 1765 in Edinburgh, Midlothian County,  Scotland
....  3  James McMillan  b: July 08, 1767 in Edinburgh, Midlothian County,  Scotland
....  3  Jackson McMillan  b: November 03, 1769 in Edinburgh, Midlothian County,  Scotland
....  3  Gideon McMillan  b: December 31, 1773 in Edinburgh, Scotland
.......  +Marion Crawford    m: November 19, 1792 in Edinburgh, Midlothian County,  Scotland
....  3  Andrew McMillan  b: May 31, 1776 in Edinburgh, Midlothian County,  Scotland
....  3  Theodore McMillan  b: March 03, 1778 in Edinburgh, Midlothian County,  Scotland
   
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Descendants of John McMillan

Generation No. 1


1. JOHN1 MCMILLAN
     
Child of JOHN MCMILLAN is:
2. i.   JAMES2 MCMILLAN.

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Generation No. 2



2. JAMES2 MCMILLAN (JOHN1) He married JEAN DOUGLAS October 1758 in South Leith, Midlothian County, SCT, daughter of JAMES DOUGLAS. She was born August 02, 1732 in South Leith, Midlothian County, SCT.

Notes for JAMES MCMILLAN:
According to the Old Parish Records he was initially stated as a weaver during John's Christening. When his second child was born he is recorded as being a Wax chandler Maker.

There are two possibilities for the birth of James McMillan.

There was a James McMillan was born on May 2, 1736 in Inverness to James McMillan and Catherine Baird.
There was a James McMillan was born on June 16, 1737 in St. Cuthberts to a Thomas McMillan and a Barbara Frazer.


Notes for JEAN DOUGLAS:
It is believed that Jean's parents were either James Douglas or William Douglas and Catherine Dunlop.
     
Children of JAMES MCMILLAN and JEAN DOUGLAS are:
3. i.   JOHN3 MCMILLAN, b. October 05, 1759, Edinburgh, Midlothian County, Scotland; d. February 23, 1844, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC.
  ii.   MARGARET MCMILLAN, b. May 15, 1761, Edinburgh, Midlothian County, Scotland.
  Notes for MARGARET MCMILLAN:
Witnesses James Douglas, weaver in Lasswade Parish and Abraham Miln, Wright in New West Lirk Parish. 

  More About MARGARET MCMILLAN:
Christening: May 20, 1761, Christened in Edinburgh Parish, SCT


  iii.   ELIZABETH MCMILLAN, b. March 26, 1763, Edinburgh, Midlothian County, Scotland.
  Notes for ELIZABETH MCMILLAN:
Witnesses Abraham Miln, wright in College Kirk Parish and James Douglas, weaver in Cannongate. 

  More About ELIZABETH MCMILLAN:
Christening: April 02, 1763, Christened in Edinburgh Parish, SCT


  iv.   WILLIAM MCMILLAN, b. February 03, 1765, Edinburgh, Midlothian County, Scotland. 
 
  Notes for WILLIAM MCMILLAN:
Witnesses William James and James Watters, Gentlemen's servants in the Parish.


  More About WILLIAM MCMILLAN:
Christening: February 10, 1765, Christened in Edinburgh Parish, SCT


  v.   JAMES MCMILLAN, b. July 08, 1767, Edinburgh, Midlothian County, Scotland.
  Notes for JAMES MCMILLAN:
Witnesses James Watters, Indweller and Abraham Miln, wright, both in said Parish. 

  More About JAMES MCMILLAN:
Christening: July 12, 1767, Christened in Edinburgh Parish, SCT


  vi.   JACKSON MCMILLAN, b. November 03, 1769, Edinburgh, Midlothian County, Scotland.
  Notes for JACKSON MCMILLAN:
Witnesses James Waters, Schoolmaster and John Sheppard, mason, both in said Parish.


  More About JACKSON MCMILLAN:
Christening: November 04, 1769, Christened in Edinburgh Parish, SCT


  vii.   GIDEON MCMILLAN, b. December 31, 1773, Edinburgh, Scotland; m. MARION CRAWFORD, November 19, 1792, Edinburgh, Midlothian County, Scotland.
  Notes for GIDEON MCMILLAN:
Witnesses James Ireland, Baker and James Waters, Schoolmaster both in said Parish.


  More About GIDEON MCMILLAN:
Christening: January 01, 1774, Christened in Edinburgh Parish, SCT


  viii.   ANDREW MCMILLAN, b. May 31, 1776, Edinburgh, Midlothian County, Scotland.
  Notes for ANDREW MCMILLAN:
Witnesses John Robertson, Upholsterer and Robert McIntosh, Minister.



  More About ANDREW MCMILLAN:
Christening: June 24, 1776, Christened in Edinburgh Parish, SCT


  ix.   THEODORE MCMILLAN, b. March 03, 1778, Edinburgh, Midlothian County, Scotland.
  Notes for THEODORE MCMILLAN:
Theodore was baptized in Church.


  More About THEODORE MCMILLAN:
Christening: March 11, 1778, Christened in Edinburgh Parish, SCT.

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Generation No. 3


3. JOHN3 MCMILLAN (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born October 05, 1759 in Edinburgh, Midlothian County, Scotland, and died February 23, 1844 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC. He married MARION MCLEAMONT September 01, 1787 in On board ship crossing to America.. She was born 1763 in Edinburgh, Scotland, and died April 15, 1839 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC.

Notes for JOHN MCMILLAN:
John McMillan was selected the first Clerk of the Court of the newly formed Ashe County. The first deed registered in Book 1, October 3, 1799 bore his signature.

John McMillan was a well educated Scotsman who was adventurous and came to America with his sweetheart Marion McLymont. She wishing to see her family one last time, took a candle and looked at each member before leaving on the ship to sail that night.

Their tombstones now standing in Allegheny County near the copper mines read: "In Memory of John McMillan born in Scotland, November 13, 1756 Died February 23rd 1844 in the 88th year of his age." At his side "In Memory of Marion wife of John McMillan born in Scotland, Died April 15, 1839 aged 76 years." Near the town of Stratford.

John was an extensive landowner by grant and purchase. His first land grant was dated November 28, 1801. Fifth generation McMillan's still live on part of this land grant property.

Their children mentioned in the will were; Peggy m. James Maxwell; Mary m. Willam Andrew Fields; James m. Thursey Gambill; Andrew m. Jennie Fields; John m. Narcissa Gambill; Nancy m. Capt. Joseph Phipps; Alexander B. m. Mary (Pollie) Reeves.

May be from Dundee, Scotland. Also have a reference to a John McMillan Christened 20 November 1755 in Campbeltown, Argyll, Sct., son of John McMillan and Ann McConochy.

New notes for John McMillan based upon research from the Old Parish Records in Scotland.

Parish Name:      South Leith
County:            Midlothian
Parish Number:      692.2/6
Microfilm Frame:      1795
Date:            1759
Entry Text:      James McMillan, Weaver, in Leith and Jean Douglas his spouse.
            A natural son John McMillan born 5th baptized 11th October 1759.
            Witnesses David Sharp and Jno. McMillan, weaver there.

The marriage for James McMillan and Jean Douglas is detailed as follows from the OPR.

Parish Name:      South Leith
County:            Midlothian
Parish Number:      692.2
Microfilm Frame:      3306
Date:            1758
Entry Text:      James McMillan in Leith and Jean Douglas daughter to Jas. Douglas, weaver there,
            after proclamation of Banns were married - October 1758.

There were eight further children baptized in the Church of Scotland and are detailed below:

Margaret b. 15th May 1761 at Edinburgh (Ref. 685.1/30 Fr. 8175)
Elizabeth b. 26th March 1763 at Edinburgh (Ref. 685.1/31 Fr. 8313)
William b. 3rd February 1765 at Edinburgh (Ref. 685.1/31 Fr. 8412)
James b. 8th July 1767 at Edinburgh (Ref. 685.1/32 Fr. 8583)
Jackson b. 3rd November 1769 at Edinburgh (Ref. 685.1/32 Fr. 8780)
Gideon b. 31st December 1773 at Edinburgh (Ref. 685.1/34 Fr. 9076)
      m. Marion Crawford November 19, 1792 - Edinburgh
Andrew b. 31st May 1776 at Edinburgh (Ref. 685.1/35 Fr. 9274)
Theodore b. 11th March 1778 at Edinburgh (Ref. 685.1/36 Fr. 9421)

According to Carole Wilson, from the Scottish Family Search, she states the following:

If James and Jean have used the traditional naming patterns they would have named their first son after his paternal grandfather and their second son after the maternal grandfather. The first daughter would have been named after her maternal grandmother and the second daughter after paternal grandmother. This would mean James' parents would have been called John and Elizabeth and Jean's parents would of been William and Margaret. However, the marriage entry states that Jean's father was James Douglas. So she was not confident the couple have followed this tradition.

It is noted in several reference materials that John and Marion were on board ship for a year before arriving in NC. When they arrived in NC they settled in what was initially Wilkes County with a land grant for several hundreds of acres of land reaching from Elk Creek to the waters of Potato Creek.

The following land grants are in the NC State Archives and can be found in the Wilkes Genealogical Society Index Cards on Land Grants 1778-1908.


File No. 1375, 60 Acres, Entry No. 457, Entered 1/24/1795, Grant No. 1539. Granted 1/1/1798.
File No. 1427, 100 Acres, Entry No. 456, Entered 1/23/1795, Grant No. 1591. Granted 1/1/1798.
150 Acres, Entry No. 159, Entered 4/2/1799, Grant No. 140. Granted 11/23/1801.
62 Acres, Entry No. 219/220, Entered 4/2/1799, Grant No. 504. Granted 11/27/1804.
100 Acres, Entry No. 1847, Entered 3/14/1808, Grant No. 642. Granted 12/15/1808.
50 Acres, Entry No. 1854, Entered 3/16/1808, Grant No. 673. Granted 12/6/1809.
100 Acres, Entry No. 1855, Entered 3/15/1808, Grant No. 672. Granted 12/6/1809.
150 Acres, Entry No. 2184, Entered 10/20/1809, Grant No. 738. Granted 12/4/1811.
60 Acres, Entry No. 2411, Entered 11/11/1811, Grant No. 829. Granted 12/23/1813.
100 Acres, Entry No. 2751, Entered 11/8/1814, Grant No. 903. Granted 11/22/1816.

Will of John McMillan:

In the name of God Amen.
I John McMillan of Ashe County and State of North Carolina, being at this time in health of body and of sound and disposing memory and Judgement (Blesses be God for the same). I do this 24th day of September 1839 make this my last will and testament in manner and form as follows, I give unto my son Andrew McMillan all the land that I own on Nathaans Creek being in several tracts, which I value at 1700 dollars, out of which he is to pay to John McMillan two hundred dollars = and to my son John McMillan I give Holman place begining on Patatoe creek between him and James land running up the ridge above the Coots field and near the fence of the old field, to the wagon road and then southward to the maple branch as far as my land extends, and some entries towards Bakers ridge, also part of teh Coots tract on the north side of Potatoe Creek, all which I value at 1300 dollars, the number of acres not known and to my son Alexander I give the place I live on also 100 acres on the north side, on the Negro Boy Branch, also the lower part of teh Maxwell tract from the west cornner of my old tract, from a chestnut tree marked E.O. (being an old line run by Enoch Osborn) and from said tree running southward near an old pat path to teh Ditch Branch tract, also the Ditch Branch tract of 100 acres, all which I value at 2000 dollars = and to James McMillan's sons I give all the land between John McMillan's part and Alexr being in several tracts all joining, the exact quantity I do not know, but value it at 1500 dollars which land is allotted intirely for the boys, the girls to have no part of it and to my daughter Polly Maxwell I give two tracts of laaand whhere she lives of 200 acres each - one of these tracts I had alloted for Andrew Fields if he would settled on it, she is to have said land besides her share of my other property and my will is that my slaves be divided as follows to Jame's hears I give Isaac, Henry, Tilley and child Sam. to Andrew McMillan Mary and the children she has at hhis house that is Jack Alford and the younger ones, and Duncan and to my son Alexander I give Dick, Ship and Lun - and to Nanny Phips I give Kett & children, James Mindey aand children and to my son John McMillan I give Petter, Hugh, Simon and the girl Franky and to Maysie Reves I give Lois and children, Rachel and Celia - and to my daughter Polly Maxwell I give Hesse and children and Violet and Pall and child and Ben,= and whereas I lent a girl named Winney to James Maxwell, when he married my daughter Peggy my will is thatthe children or increas of said girl, be equally divided among said Peggt's children, when they are of age or become lawfully intitled to them, said Maxwell to keep Winneyand one of her children his life time and any ssale or disposal of Winney's children, except with the consent of my executors Shall be null and void - and what money James Maxwell owes which will be more than 100 dollars to each one of tehm to me in the largest note I request my executors to see it failthfully taken care of eitehr collecting it or giving his note to Peggy's children for their share of it as soon as they become intitled to it and no claim or account that he may raise against them shall be a set off against the debbt that he owes to me - and the said James Maxwell or children to have no claim or share in the rest of my property on the account of his marriage with Peggy teh girl Mary at Polly's house she agreed to discount out of her share 350 dollars for her if she is still willing to keep her she may do so. an dif not let her be sold in the family the girl Ann at Andrew Hathorns I give to Andrew and John - an dmy will is that all my other property not willed away be equally divided - and what money is owingto me by note - my executors to divide the notes equally and each one to collect his own share - and if any of the children dissent or be contentious ma will is that such dissnter pay 100 dollars to them who are willing to abide by it - to be recovered by warrant at the division of maney or notes, I want my executors to take from teh whole amount of my estate the sum of one hundred and eighty dollars, an ddivide the same equally among James McMillan's sons when they come of age, and if any of them dies before they come of age, the living ones to have their share, my executors may keep the money in their own hands by paying three per cent interest, and be liable for it, or lend it out at six percent and take security for it and not be liable for its loss, and the said boys to have their share equal with their sisters also - the said legacy to the boys not to be subject to pay any debt they may contract before they come of age - and what money is coming to each of James's children, let that part be paid to each one individually, both to sons and daughters by giving them notes to colect or wait till money is colected. and I hereby constitute and appoint Andrew McMillan and Alexander McMillan my sons executors of this my last will an dtestament, to be executed agreeable to the true intent and meaning thereof, and they are not to charge per cent, but to have sufficient pay for thier trouble.

I witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand an dseal this 24th day of September 1840.

                              John McMillan \

The debt that James Maxwell owes to me will be over $100 dollars to each one of Peggy's children, but if it is over let them have it all - I want my execrs to see the children paid or Maxwell give them notes
Elijah Erwin -
                              Jno McMillan

State of North Carolina February Tenn 1844
Ashe County, the within will was duly proven
in open court by the oath of Elijah Erwin &
ordered to be registered      ____Jno Ray____


More About JOHN MCMILLAN:
Christening: October 11, 1759, Christened in South Leith, Midlothian County, SCT
Will: September 24, 1840, Will proven in open court February 1844

Notes for MARION MCLEAMONT:
Marion McLymont wishing to see her family one more time, before leaving for America with her sweetheart, John McMillan, she took a candle and looked at each member before leaving on the boat to sail that night.

Name also spelled as McLeamont or LaMont.

Also found info saying buried near Stratford, Allegheny County, NC near the residence of Wiley McMillan.

Marion and John decided to elope because Marion's older sister was unmarried in 1787. Under Scottish Law or Tradition of the time a younger sister could not marry if the older sister was unmarried. Marion's older sister did not have even a suitor. Marion's parents were also against her marrying John McMillan, because he was leaving for America. This is also said to be the reason for them eloping.

Marriage Notes for JOHN MCMILLAN and MARION MCLEAMONT:
John McMillan was in love with a lady named Marion McLeamont (some spellings show LaMont). She was the second oldest sister in a large family. Scottish law, at the time, required the oldest sister to marry first. Since her older sister had not taken a courtier, John decided to elope with Marion to the Americas. They married aboard ship on the way to America. They moved to Ashe County, NC.
     
Children of JOHN MCMILLAN and MARION MCLEAMONT are:
  i.   MARGARET4 MCMILLAN, b. July 20, 1788, On Board Ship to NC; d. February 18, 1886, Allegheny County, NC; m. JAMES MAXWELL.
  Notes for MARGARET MCMILLAN:
Also may have been born on board ship as there is a reference to a birth on board. Margaret is identified as the oldest.

Also have July 27, 1788 with a death date of October 19, 1843.



4. ii.   MARY POLLY MCMILLAN, b. December 13, 1789, Wilkes County, NC; d. Aft. 1818.
5. iii.   JAMES MCMILLAN, b. May 26, 1790, Stratford, Wilkes County, NC; d. April 07, 1838, Ashe County, NC.
  iv.   THERESA MCMILLAN, b. Abt. 1792.
  Notes for THERESA MCMILLAN:
Questionable not mentioned in John and Marions will, unless she died before John and Marion.


6. v.   ANDREW MCMILLAN, b. March 17, 1793, Nathans Creek, Wilkes County, NC; d. April 17, 1885, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC.
7. vi.   JOHN MCMILLAN, b. March 12, 1795, Stratford, Wilkes County, NC; d. September 03, 1865, Alleghany County, NC.
8. vii.   NANCY MCMILLAN, b. May 15, 1796, Wilkes County, NC; d. January 02, 1867, Grayson County, VA.
9. viii.   ALEXANDER B. MCMILLAN, b. April 04, 1799, Wilkes County, NC; d. December 06, 1864, Alleghany County, NC.
  ix.   JESSIE MCMILLAN, b. December 16, 1800, Ashe County, NC; d. December 16, 1800, Ashe County, NC.
  Notes for JESSIE MCMILLAN:
Also have a DOB of 02/16/1800 and death of02/16/1800. 

  x.   MARION MCMILLAN, b. August 20, 1803, Ashe County, NC; d. Abt. 1882, Allegheny County, NC; m. REV. ENOCH REEVES, May 21, 1821.
  Notes for MARION MCMILLAN:
Also have a birth date of August 20, 1802.

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Generation No. 4

4. MARY POLLY4 MCMILLAN (JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born December 13, 1789 in Wilkes County, NC, and died Aft. 1818. She married (1) DAVID H. MAXWELL. She married (2) WILLIAM ANDREW FIELDS March 02, 1813.

Notes for MARY POLLY MCMILLAN:
Also have birth date of October 13, 1789


More About MARY POLLY MCMILLAN:
Burial: birth date is a question
     
Child of MARY MCMILLAN and WILLIAM FIELDS is:
  i.   JOSEPH5 FIELDS, m. MARGARET HASH.


5. JAMES4 MCMILLAN (JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born May 26, 1790 in Stratford, Wilkes County, NC, and died April 07, 1838 in Ashe County, NC. He married THURSEY GAMBILL March 13, 1813, daughter of MARTIN GAMBILL and NANCY NALL. She was born April 16, 1792 in Ashe County, NC, and died in Ashe County, NC.

More About JAMES MCMILLAN:
Burial: birth date is a question

Notes for THURSEY GAMBILL:
According to the Census dated 31 August 1850, Thursey McMillan was still alive. Sons Alexander and Andrew are living with her, Alexander is listed as a farmer at age 23 years and Andrew is listed as 12 years of age.

The census also lists Thursey's mother, Nancy nee Nall Gambill, as living with her and aged 90 years.
     
Children of JAMES MCMILLAN and THURSEY GAMBILL are:
  i.   NANCY5 MCMILLAN, b. May 31, 1815.
10. ii.   FANNIE MCMILLAN, b. July 18, 1816; d. 1849.
  iii.   MAZY MARION MCMILLAN, b. April 05, 1818; m. SOLOMON O. EDWARDS.
11. iv.   NARCESSA MCMILLAN, b. December 15, 1821.
  v.   JOHN ANDY MCLEAMONT MCMILLAN, b. September 13, 1824; d. September 08, 1895; m. SARAH RAY.
12. vi.   ALEXANDER B. MCMILLAN, b. June 01, 1826; d. October 16, 1898.
  vii.   POLLY MCMILLAN, b. Abt. 1830; d. June 19, 1872; m. WILLIAM WARDEN.
13. viii.   JAMES B. MCMILLAN, b. Abt. 1832; d. 1910, Alleghany County, NC.
  ix.   ANDREW J. MCMILLAN, b. Abt. 1838; d. 1863.


6. ANDREW4 MCMILLAN (JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 17, 1793 in Nathans Creek, Wilkes County, NC, and died April 17, 1885 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC. He married (1) JENNIE FIELDS in NC, daughter of JOSEPH FIELDS and MARGARET HASH. She was born May 28, 1793 in NC, and died November 11, 1855 in NC. He married (2) LUDEMIA JUSTICE. She died 1866.

Notes for ANDREW MCMILLAN:
Andrew and Jennie lived on the land willed to them by his father, John, at Nathans Creek. Andrew was active in the church having served several times as a representative to the Baptist Convention. He and his wife were buried on a knoll near the mill on the home farm.

The children of Andrew and Jennie named in his will were; Jesse B. m. Rebecca Reeves; Alexander B. m. Nancy Reeves; Andrew N. or M. m. Charity Reeves; Marion m. Jessie Young; Eveline m. Ezekiel Young; Mary m. Eli Young; John died young; Fields m. Sarah Faw and Margaret m. Rev. Nathaniel Senter.

It has been a custom in this family for two members of one family to marry sisters or brothers of another family.

Also have a birth date of February 17, 1793.
Also have a death date in 1877. His will was probated October 1, 1877.

Will of Andrew McMillan:

In the name of God Amen. I Andrew McMillan of teh County of Ashe and State of Northe Carolina being of sound and perfect mind and memory thanks be to God for his goodness do this 13th day of March in the year of our Lord 1873 do make and publish this my last will and testament. 1st I give and bequesth to my beloved wife Ludema McMillan all the property that she brought me provided she out lives me. In addtion hereto I give her two choice cows, six choice hogs and two sheep andd fifty dollars in money. I also give her as a dowry in my lands the following boundary begining on a white oak near the church house running east with my line to a stake in the county road then east with sd road to a stake in my line then north with my line to the road between the mill and Solomon Coxes then with a road on the mill to J. B. McMillans barn then with the main road to the begining to have and to hold and occupy during her natural life or as long as she continues my widow and no longer. I also give Jesse McMillan the land named in dowry with the balance of the land on Nathans Creek, for which he is to pay one thousand dollars to F. J. McMillan Eveline Young, Polly Chambers, Marion Young, Peggy Senter heirs to be equally divided among themor their heirs. as the Nergoe property that I give ny daughters in palce of land that I give to my sons has been lost I give them 400 and twleve acres of land known as the Turner and Nettle cove lands to be equally divided between them or their heirs. There is seventy acres of land known as the Copper Mine tract that is to be sold with all balance of my property and the money divided equally with all my heirs also all money on hand at my death and notes to be equally divided among all my heirs after they are collected. All notes that I hold against anu of my children is to be accounted for both principle and interest. All just debts to be paid that I may owe which at this time is nothing if I owe ten dollars in the world I do not resollect it - I hereby appoint and constitute my sons F. J. McMillan an d Jesse McMillan coexecutors to this my last will and testament in witness whereof I have set my hannd and seal day and date above written.
                              A. McMillan \

Witnesses                  13th March 1873
      E. F. Foster
ateste Wm Snaders

P. S. The reason I have not named A. B. and A. N. McMillan in getting their part of the ____and Dollars to be paid by Jesse McMillan I have given them the Stidham land.

Will probated October 1st, 1877 before Judge Geo W. Roy, Ashe County, North Carolina
and sworn to on thaat date by E. F. Foster and William Sanders.


More About ANDREW MCMILLAN:
Will: October 01, 1877, Will proven in open court before Judge Geo. W. Roy
     
Children of ANDREW MCMILLAN and JENNIE FIELDS are:
  i.   JOHN5 MCMILLAN.
  Notes for JOHN MCMILLAN:
30, 1860 AsCC HH#579. 2nd Lt., Co. D, 5th Battn., NC Cav./Co. B 65th NC Cav., Native of Ashe County where he Enl. on 07/08/62, aged 31. Pres. thru 08/03/63. Elected 2nd Lt. on 02/05/64. Pres. Thru 10/64. Deserted on 02/24/65, took oath at Washington DC on 03/11/95, furnished transportation to Cincinnati, OH.



  ii.   MARGARET MCMILLAN, b. Abt. 1810; d. Abt. 1868; m. REV. NATHANIEL M. SENTER.
14. iii.   EVALINE MCMILLAN, b. December 11, 1812, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC; d. April 05, 1887, Edgewater, Grayson County, VA.
  iv.   MARION MCMILLAN, b. March 29, 1816, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC; d. July 24, 1891, Edgewater, Grayson County, VA; m. JESSE YOUNG, November 20, 1834; b. August 08, 1811; d. December 16, 1899.
  More About MARION MCMILLAN:
Cause of Death: Heart disease


  v.   MARY POLLY MCMILLAN, b. January 19, 1818; d. March 25, 1860; m. (1) ELI YOUNG; b. May 27, 1815; d. March 20, 1860; m. (2) CHAMBERS.
15. vi.   FIELDS MCMILLAN, b. May 20, 1826, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC; d. June 06, 1904, Alleghany County, NC.
16. vii.   ALEXANDER B. MCMILLAN, b. March 03, 1828, Ashe County, NC; d. December 30, 1910, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC.
17. viii.   ANDREW N. MCMILLAN, b. December 04, 1829, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC; d. November 28, 1901, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC.
18. ix.   JESSE B. MCMILLAN, b. February 14, 1832, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC; d. April 23, 1887, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC.


7. JOHN4 MCMILLAN (JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 12, 1795 in Stratford, Wilkes County, NC, and died September 03, 1865 in Alleghany County, NC. He married NARCESSA GAMBILL, daughter of MARTIN GAMBILL and NANCY NALL. She was born July 08, 1778, and died June 05, 1876.

Notes for JOHN MCMILLAN:
Also a death date of September 3, 1855.

John McMillan's Last Will and Testament:

In the name of God Amen.

I John McMillan of the County of Ashe and State of North Carolina feeling weak in body and knowing that all men must die and after death the judgement when all mankind must give an account for the deeds done in the body. And as for my properrty both real and personal my will is as follows. I bequesth and give to my son William McMllan the land where he lives known as the James McMillan tract it is to be divided from the tract that I now live on in the following manner, to begin at the mouth of a small branch called the middle branch that runs into Piney Forks near the old Wm. Baldwin house place and south of Joseph B. Parsons - on the west side of the old Coots field fenceso as to include said old field thence with the fence wagon road then to the old ridge or orchard fence on Bakers ridge known as the Wm. Baldwin place. And to include said field east to A. B. McMillan's land annd his lines and William Hines and Moses Dixon lines to the first station. It being the land that my father will to James McMillans sons. The home plan and all my adjoining land I give to my son John McMillan with the following that is to say that my beloved wife is to have the houses the out houses and her dower in the home of land during her life. I also will to her forever the tract of land on the south fork of the New River containing about two hundred acres it being the land that I purchased of T. Witcher. She is to sell or dispose of it as she may think proper. She is to have ten choice cows, sheep and hogs half of what I know have on hand. Also my yolk of oxen and my blacksmith tools for her lifetime (my blacksmith tools his life time). I give my two horses Doll and Dove, all my household and kitchen furniture and I give my wife three Negroes her choice during her life. I give to William McMillan my negro boy Simon and to my son John McMillan I give the negro boy Samm and to my daughter Adaline I give the negro boy Alfred, to my daughter Polly Dickson I give her a note I hold om Emoch Reeves that he gave me for teh negro girl I sold him. My daughter Nancy that married Nash (Noah) Baldwin being dead and left no heirs and what property that I gave him after said marriage he may keep, but he is not to have anymore of my estate and the note I hold on Nash (Noah) Baldwin he is to pay it to my estate or heirs. To my daughter Jane I give a small negroe girl named Ann (Alice). The balance of my property not willed is to be sold and all my debts collected and all my debts to be paid. And any money remaining on hand to be divided among my daughters so as to make them equal, except Cindy Cavender, the propety that I gave my two sons is to be all that they are to have the land that I purchased in Grayson County known as the Ed Parsons tract Caswell Halsey is to have. The land on the west side of the wagon road at its value, if he can pay for all said tract he may have it. If not the residence is to be sold and the money divided among my daughters as above mentioned with theabove exceptions. I give to my daughter Jane a mare she claims to be her property. I consitute and appoint Alexander B. McMillan my executor to execute this my last will and testament. Revoking all other wills and testaments.

Given under my hand and seal this 13th day August 1855.
                                    Jno McMillan
Joseph B. Parsons jurah
Preston B. Reves jurah
I amke the following codasil to the above will. I have claims and leases for mineral in several tracts of land. If there should be found on any said land based as above mentioned that any may be of value my will is that all my children should have an equal interest in said mineral by them paying or causing to be paid an equal share of the expense of testing and working said lands. Given under my hand and seal this 13th day of August 1855.
                                    Jno McMillan
J. B. Parsons jurah
Preston B. Reves jurah

State of North Carolina
Ashe County
Court of Pleas and Quarter Session November term 1855
I Robt Gambill Clerk of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessons for the
County of Ashe and State of North Carolina do Duly Certify that the
Last Will and testament was Duly proven in open court by the oath
Joseph B. Parsons one of subscribing to said will and ordered recorded.
Test Robt Gambill Clerk


More About JOHN MCMILLAN:
Will: August 13, 1855, Date will was signed and recorded
     
Children of JOHN MCMILLAN and NARCESSA GAMBILL are:
  i.   CINDY5 MCMILLAN, m. CAVENDER.
  ii.   EMMA JANE MCMILLAN, m. YOUNG.
  iii.   JOHN MCMILLAN, m. ELIZABETH TAYLOR.
  Notes for JOHN MCMILLAN:
John McMillan the III


  iv.   MATILDA MCMILLAN, m. JR. DICKSON.
  v.   NANCY MCMILLAN, m. NOAH BALDWIN.
  vi.   NARCISSA MCMILLAN, m. DICKSON.
  vii.   RENA MCMILLAN, m. DICKSON.
19. viii.   MARY POLLY MCMILLAN, b. September 10, 1815; d. April 04, 1890.
20. ix.   WILLIAM MCMILLAN, b. 1832, NC.
21. x.   ADALINE MCMILLAN, b. July 27, 1838; d. September 14, 1902.

8. NANCY4 MCMILLAN (JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born May 15, 1796 in Wilkes County, NC, and died January 02, 1867 in Grayson County, VA. She married CAPT. JOSEPH PHIPPS Bef. 1814 in NC, son of BENJAMIN PHIPPS and JENNIE HASH. He was born January 01, 1776 in NC, and died July 23, 1848.

More About NANCY MCMILLAN:
Burial: Saddle Creek, Grayson County, VA

Notes for CAPT. JOSEPH PHIPPS:
Information about Joseph Phipps supplied by Alesia Hagey Connelly in CA. From a book called "Reminiscences" C. Phipps written about 1922.

More About CAPT. JOSEPH PHIPPS:
Burial: Capt. Jpseph Phipps Sr.
     
Children of NANCY MCMILLAN and JOSEPH PHIPPS are:
  i.   JANE5 PHIPPS, m. MAJOR STEPHEN M. DICKEY.
  ii.   JR. JOSEPH PHIPPS.
  More About JR. JOSEPH PHIPPS:
Burial: Joseph Phipps Jr..



9. ALEXANDER B.4 MCMILLAN (JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born April 04, 1799 in Wilkes County, NC, and died December 06, 1864 in Alleghany County, NC. He married MARY POLLIE REEVES. She was born Abt. 1800 in VA.

Notes for ALEXANDER B. MCMILLAN:

Postmaster at Elk Creek - 3 August 1855

Also have info Name was Alexander E. McMillan b. August 17, 1799
     
Child of ALEXANDER MCMILLAN and MARY REEVES is:
  i.   F. B.5 MCMILLAN, b. Abt. 1828.
  Notes for F. B. MCMILLAN:
According to the 1850 Census of Ashe County, NC he was living at home with Parents and is listed as a Lawyer.

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Generation No. 5


10. FANNIE5 MCMILLAN (JAMES4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born July 18, 1816, and died 1849. She married JOSIAH HALSEY August 21, 1834.
     
Child of FANNIE MCMILLAN and JOSIAH HALSEY is:
22. i.   FANNIE6 HALSEY, d. 1910.


11. NARCESSA5 MCMILLAN (JAMES4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born December 15, 1821. She married ALFRED DIXON Abt. 1840. He was born April 15, 1820, and died October 12, 1886 in Mullins, WV.

Notes for ALFRED DIXON:
Apparently changed spelling of last name from Dickson to Dixon during Civil War for unknown reason.

Enlisted on 07-13-1864 at Flint Hill, Ashe County, NC, NC Co. B 5th North Carolina Senior Reserves, listed as AWOL on 02-28-1865, he was a prison guard.


More About ALFRED DIXON:
Burial: Buried in Twinfalls State Park
     
Children of NARCESSA MCMILLAN and ALFRED DIXON are:
  i.   JAMES DOUGLAS6 DIXON, b. 1841.
23. ii.   JOHN ALEX DIXON, b. January 1842.
  iii.   CATHERINE DIXON, b. 1843.
  iv.   ANDREW DIXON, b. 1844.
  v.   RENA DIXON, b. 1848.
  vi.   NANCY DIXON, b. 1854.
  vii.   JESSE DIXON, b. 1854.


12. ALEXANDER B.5 MCMILLAN (JAMES4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born June 01, 1826, and died October 16, 1898. He married ELLEN RAY October 31, 1850 in Ashe County, NC.
     
Children of ALEXANDER MCMILLAN and ELLEN RAY are:
24. i.   JAMES FRANKLIN6 MCMILLAN, b. May 11, 1854.
  ii.   JAMES MCMILLAN, b. 1857; d. 1910.
25. iii.   JOHN LOURIE MCMILLAN.
26. iv.   ANDREW JACKSON MCMILLAN.


13. JAMES B.5 MCMILLAN (JAMES4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1832, and died 1910 in Alleghany County, NC. He married RAIUSIE STAMPER, daughter of JOSHUA STAMPER and MARY BLEVINS.

Notes for JAMES B. MCMILLAN:
Buried at Caswell Halsey Farm

Notes for RAIUSIE STAMPER:
Buried at Caswell Halsey Farm
     
Children of JAMES MCMILLAN and RAIUSIE STAMPER are:
27. i.   JAMES FRANKLIN6 MCMILLAN, b. November 10, 1873; d. May 01, 1930.
  ii.   POLLY MCMILLAN, b. Abt. 1850.
28. iii.   THURSY ANN MCMILLAN, b. January 01, 1850, NC; d. January 21, 1942, Wythe County, VA.
  iv.   FRANCES MCMILLAN, b. October 18, 1857; m. GEORGE FRANKLIN DELP.
  v.   SARAH E. MCMILLAN, b. Abt. 1860; m. BOONE.
  vi.   LILLY M. MCMILLAN, b. July 24, 1864; d. May 11, 1895; m. JAMES SMITH.
  vii.   FIELDS G. MCMILLAN, b. April 30, 1885; d. November 13, 1928; m. JINCEY BENNETT.


14. EVALINE5 MCMILLAN (ANDREW4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born December 11, 1812 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC, and died April 05, 1887 in Edgewater, Grayson County, VA. She married EZEKIEL YOUNG October 27, 1830, son of JOSEPH YOUNG and LUCY PERKINS. He was born November 06, 1806 in Mouth of Wilson, Grayson County, VA, and died April 17, 1887 in Edgewater, Grayson County, VA.

More About EVALINE MCMILLAN:
Burial: Family Cemetery, Old Field Young Cemetery
     
Child of EVALINE MCMILLAN and EZEKIEL YOUNG is:
29. i.   ANDREW6 YOUNG, b. November 04, 1831, Mouth of Wilson, Grayson County, VA; d. September 27, 1880, Grayson County, VA.


15. FIELDS5 MCMILLAN (ANDREW4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born May 20, 1826 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC, and died June 06, 1904 in Alleghany County, NC. He married DOLLY FAW, daughter of RUDOLPH FAW. She was born March 30, 1830, and died June 14, 1898.

Notes for FIELDS MCMILLAN:
34, Farmer, 1860 AlCC HH#421. Col. 96th NC Militia, Commissioned on 03/22/62. Major of the Allegheny County Militia (Home Guard) on 10/22/64. Age 44, Farmer AlCC.

Notes for DOLLY FAW:
Mary Polly Faw
     
Children of FIELDS MCMILLAN and DOLLY FAW are:
  i.   FRANKLIN6 MCMILLAN, b. 1848.
  ii.   SYDNA MCMILLAN, b. April 1850.
30. iii.   JOHN ANDREW MCMILLAN, b. January 20, 1852, Mouth of Wilson, VA; d. March 21, 1932, Fox Creek, VA.


16. ALEXANDER B.5 MCMILLAN (ANDREW4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 03, 1828 in Ashe County, NC, and died December 30, 1910 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC. He married (1) NANCY ANN REEVES April 04, 1848 in Ashe County, NC, daughter of ENOCH REEVES and MARY MCMILLAN. She was born October 19, 1827 in Twin Oaks, Alleghany County, NC, and died June 08, 1880. He married (2) MARTHA AMANDA BOURNE October 14, 1883.

Notes for ALEXANDER B. MCMILLAN:
33, 1860 AsCC HH#558. Co. C McRae's NC Cav. Battn., Enl. on ? in ?. Reported on bounty roll dated 07/01/64 then NFR. Age 44, Farmer, 1870 AlCC.

Buried in the Senter Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC.

     
Children of ALEXANDER MCMILLAN and NANCY REEVES are:
31. i.   IREDELL6 MCMILLAN, b. 1849.
  ii.   MANLEY MCMILLAN, b. 1851.
  iii.   FRANCES M MCMILLAN, b. 1853.
  iv.   EVERETT MCMILLAN, b. 1854.
  v.   MARY ELLEN MCMILLAN, b. 1858.
32. vi.   LAURA ETTA MCMILLAN, b. 1863.
  vii.   JOHN D. MCMILLAN, b. 1868.
  viii.   ARMFIELD MCMILLAN, b. 1869; m. TINY ARNOLD; b. 1873.
  ix.   EMILY FLORENCE MCMILLAN, b. 1870.
33. x.   CORA ANNICE MCMILLAN, b. October 22, 1871; d. August 26, 1938, Nathans Creek, AAhe County, NC.
  xi.   DAUGHTER MCMILLAN, b. 1873.


17. ANDREW N.5 MCMILLAN (ANDREW4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born December 04, 1829 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC, and died November 28, 1901 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC. He married CHARITY REEVES December 21, 1850 in Ashe County, NC, daughter of JOHN REEVES and CYNTHIA BAKER. She was born June 26, 1835 in NC, and died February 08, 1892.

Notes for ANDREW N. MCMILLAN:
27, 1860 Ascc HH#560. 1st Sgt./Cpt. Co. A, 26th NC Inf., Enl. 05/17/61 in Ashe County, NC. Age 32. Elected Capt. 07/21/61. WIA 03/14/62 at New Bern, NC. Defeated for re-election 04/21/62. Later raised Cpt. A. N. McMillan's Independent Troop's. Capt. Co. C, McRae's NC Cav. Battn. No date of appointment, however, probably 11/10/63 in Ashe County. Res. Ashe County.

Buried in the Senter Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC.

Following info supplied by Tim Williford, member of the 26th NC Reenactment Group:

Andrew N. McMillan was the second Captain of Co. A, the Jeff Davis Mountaineers and served in that capacity until a reorganization of the regiment in March 1862. He was defeated for re-election as Captain. He then raised an independent company of cavalry, McMillans' Independent Co., North Carolina Troops. These types of groups had been authorized by the General Assembly for local defense purposes. After complaints from citizens across North Carolina about depredations committed by such troopers, the legislature disbanded them.

McMillans' command was then incorporated into the regular Confederate cavalry organization in September 1863. McMillan apparently commanded Co. C of McRae's Battalion North Carolina Cavalry. These Cavalry companies served in the capacity of local police forces rounding up deserters and enforcing the conscription law.


More About CHARITY REEVES:
Burial: Senter Primitive Baptist Church Cemetary, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC
     
Children of ANDREW MCMILLAN and CHARITY REEVES are:
34. i.   CYNTHIA ALICE6 MCMILLAN.
  ii.   ETTA MCMILLAN.
  iii.   MARSHALL MCMILLAN.
  iv.   WILLIAM MCMILLAN.
35. v.   JAMES EMORY MCMILLAN, b. June 28, 1869, Ashe County, NC; d. October 28, 1902, Weston, Las Animas County, CO.
36. vi.   DORA MCMILLAN, b. October 18, 1881, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC; d. 1960, Newark, DE.

18. JESSE B.5 MCMILLAN (ANDREW4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born February 14, 1832 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC, and died April 23, 1887 in Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC. He married REBECCA REEVES September 26, 1852 in Ashe County, NC, daughter of ENOCH REEVES and MARY MCMILLAN. She was born December 15, 1829 in Twin Oaks, Alleghany County, NC, and died September 03, 1916.

Notes for JESSE B. MCMILLAN:
28, 1860 AsCC HH#555. Co. B, 5th NC Sr. Reserves, Enl. 07/13/64 at Flint Hill, Ashe County, NC. AWOL 02/28/65. Also shown in the 97th NC Militia. Received medical examination on 10/20/64 diagnosed as suffering from varicose veins. Age 38, Farmer, AlCC.

The 5th NC Senior Reserves were called out in February and March of 1865 in response to Union General George Stoneman's raid into western NC. Many of the men of the 5th NC did not respond to the call and were listed absent.

     
Children of JESSE MCMILLAN and REBECCA REEVES are:
37. i.   MANLEY EUGENE6 MCMILLAN, b. October 11, 1872.
38. ii.   WALTER WARNER MCMILLAN, b. July 30, 1874, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC; d. February 13, 1920, Nathans Creek, Ashe County, NC.
  iii.   SUE MCMILLAN, m. (1) TOM WARNER; m. (2) FRANK OSBORNE.
  iv.   ESTIL R. MCMILLAN, m. ENNICE HIGGINS.
  v.   JENNIE MCMILLAN, m. WILEY REEVES.
  vi.   ENOCH ALONZO MCMILLAN, m. (1) MATILDA HIGGINS; m. (2) LITHA COLLINS.
  vii.   ENNICE MCMILLAN, m. ZACHARIAH OSBORNE.
  viii.   WILEY MCMILLAN.


19. MARY POLLY5 MCMILLAN (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born September 10, 1815, and died April 04, 1890. She married ANDREW DICKSON April 17, 1834. He was born 1814.

Notes for MARY POLLY MCMILLAN:
They are buried in Ben Hugh Nash Cemetery next to McDale Wyatt's place.
     
Child of MARY MCMILLAN and ANDREW DICKSON is:
  i.   JAMES MARSHALL6 DICKSON, b. March 07, 1839.


20. WILLIAM5 MCMILLAN (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1832 in NC. He married MARY ANN COX 1849 in Ashe County, NC.
     
Children of WILLIAM MCMILLAN and MARY COX are:
  i.   ALICE6 MCMILLAN, b. Abt. 1850, Ashe County, NC; m. SPARKS.
  ii.   MAHALA JANE MCMILLAN, b. March 10, 1851, Ashe County, NC; m. NOBLET.
  iii.   HARDIN RUDOLPHUS MCMILLAN, b. January 08, 1853, Ashe County, NC; m. ELIZABETH JOHNSON.
  iv.   NELLIE ADALINE MCMILLAN, b. March 05, 1855, Ashe County, NC; m. DICKSON.
  v.   SARAH LUTISHIA MCMILLAN, b. May 08, 1857, Ashe County, NC; m. NORMAN.
39. vi.   JESSE COUNCIL MCMILLAN, b. May 29, 1864, Ashe County, NC; d. 1932, Mercer County, WV.


21. ADALINE5 MCMILLAN (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born July 27, 1838, and died September 14, 1902. She married CHARLES REEVES, son of JESSE REEVES and MARY BOWER. He was born 1832, and died 1898.
     
Children of ADALINE MCMILLAN and CHARLES REEVES are:
  i.   ELMORE CALLOWAY6 REEVES.
  ii.   JESSE MARSHALL REEVES.
  iii.   MAHALA C. REEVES.
  iv.   MARTHA REEVES.
  v.   MARY REEVES.
  vi.   MARY C. REEVES.
  vii.   NANCY REEVES.
  viii.   TOWNSON REEVES.
  ix.   JAMES GORDON REEVES, b. 1855; d. 1935; m. ROSETTA COLVARD.
  x.   ROBERT E. LEE REEVES, b. 1861; d. 1919; m. EDITH EVELYN BROOKS.
  xi.   NARCESSA JANE REEVES, b. 1865; d. 1955; m. WILEY GORDON REEVES.
  xii.   GEORGE F. REEVES, b. 1867; d. 1944; m. ELLEN LEONA HALSEY.
  xiii.   AMANDA REEVES, b. 1870; d. 1948; m. ARTHUR M. MCEWEN.
  xiv.   ELIZABETH REEVES, b. 1873; d. 1964; m. (1) JOHN C. MCEWEN; m. (2) JULES JAMES.
40. xv.   MARSHAL WILLIAM REEVES, b. 1873; d. 1932.
  xvi.   ELLEN REEVES, b. 1875; d. 1919; m. ELIHU TILLEY.
  xvii.   LOU DEMMA REEVES, b. 1882; d. 1960; m. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COLVARD.

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Generation No. 6


22. FANNIE6 HALSEY (FANNIE5 MCMILLAN, JAMES4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JOHN1) died 1910. She married JESSE A. GAMBILL. He was born 1846 in NC, and died 1901.

Notes for JESSE A. GAMBILL:
Soldier

     
Child of FANNIE HALSEY and JESSE GAMBILL is:
  i.   CORA7 GAMBILL, d. 1893.

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