Isaac Craig Milbourn, 18281900 (aged 71 years)

Name
Isaac Craig /Milbourn/
Given names
Isaac Craig
Surname
Milbourn
Note: Visit Isaac's page on the Augusta Cemetery website: http://www.augustacemetery-ohio.com/Residents/M/Milbourn-Isaac/Milbourn-Isaac-C.htm
Birth
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Death of a paternal grandfather
Burial of a paternal grandfather
Death of a maternal grandmother
Death of a brother
June 30, 1842 (aged 13 years)
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Census
Text:

Isaac C. Milbourn, age 21, Carpenter, born Ohio

Marriage
Citation details: Pg 140
Birth of a daughter
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Census
Citation details: Page 61
Text:

ISAAC C. MILBURN, Age 29, Carpenter, Born Ohio
ELISABETH A. MILBURN, Age 24, Born Ohio
EMMA C. MILBURN, Age 1, Born Ohio
STEPHEN MANFUL, Age 80, Farmer, Value of real estate - 400, Value of personal estate - 100, Born England

Death of a daughter
Burial of a daughter
Citation details: Page 13
Text:

MMilbourne, Emma Cora only child of I. E. & E. A. Milbourne; d Nov. 22, 1862; ae 3y 7m 7d

Death of a father
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Burial of a father
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Death of a mother
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Burial of a mother
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Death of a sister
Death of a brother
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Burial of a brother
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Death of a brother
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Birth of a daughter
Death
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Burial
Source: Obituary
Family with parents
father
17861863
Birth: December 12, 1786 23 23 Loudoun Co, Va
Death: March 22, 1863Hanoverton, Oh
mother
17861872
Birth: December 24, 1786 27 25 Loudoun Co, Va
Death: August 15, 1872Hanoverton, Oh
Marriage MarriageOctober 23, 1811Salem Meeting House, Salem, Oh
15 months
elder brother
18131899
Birth: January 5, 1813 26 26 Columbiana Co, Oh
Death: February 17, 1899
22 months
elder sister
2 years
elder brother
18161893
Birth: December 20, 1816 30 29 Columbiana Co, Oh
Death: September 11, 1893Oh
elder brother
1816
Birth: December 20, 1816 30 29 Columbiana Co, Oh
Death:
3 years
elder brother
18191905
Birth: June 9, 1819 32 32 Salineville, Columbiana Co, Oh
Death: October 29, 1905Alliance, Stark Co, Oh
2 years
elder brother
18211842
Birth: June 28, 1821 34 34 Columbiana Co, Oh
Death: June 30, 1842
5 years
elder brother
18261902
Birth: March 1, 1826 39 39 Columbiana Co, Oh
Death: November 22, 1902
3 years
himself
18281900
Birth: November 19, 1828 41 41 Columbiana Co, Oh
Death: May 31, 1900Alliance, Stark Co, Oh
Family with Elisabeth Ann Manfull
himself
18281900
Birth: November 19, 1828 41 41 Columbiana Co, Oh
Death: May 31, 1900Alliance, Stark Co, Oh
wife
18351929
Birth: March 1, 1835 31 24 Augusta Tp, Carroll Co, Oh
Death: July 27, 1929Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Marriage MarriageMarch 11, 1854Carroll Co, Oh
5 years
daughter
18591862
Birth:
Death: November 22, 1862Augusta, Augusta Tp, Carroll Co, Oh
Birth
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Census
Text:

Isaac C. Milbourn, age 21, Carpenter, born Ohio

Marriage
Citation details: Pg 140
Census
Citation details: Page 61
Text:

ISAAC C. MILBURN, Age 29, Carpenter, Born Ohio
ELISABETH A. MILBURN, Age 24, Born Ohio
EMMA C. MILBURN, Age 1, Born Ohio
STEPHEN MANFUL, Age 80, Farmer, Value of real estate - 400, Value of personal estate - 100, Born England

Death
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Burial
Source: Obituary
Name
Note

Published in the Alliance Daily Review
Friday, June 1, 1900

DEATH'S SLEEP

I. C. Milbourn Peacefully Passes From Life.

A PIONEER STATIONER.

Widely Known in Columbiana, Carroll and Stark Counties -- Esteemed by All and a Favorite Among Children.

I. C. Milbourn, the pioneer stationery dealer, passed peacefully from earth at 6:_0 Thursday evening at his residence on Columbia street. He had been in feeble health for a number of years but was able to be about upon the streets until very recently.

Some time ago he was afflicted with an ailment of a paralytic nature and on Decoration Day he suffered a severe stroke which deprived him of the power to swallow. He was conscious until within a few moments of the end and expressed himself as prepared to go.

The remains will be taken to Augusta where the funeral will be in the Disciple church at noon next Sunday.

Deceased was widely known throughout this section. He was a genial, liberal and public spirited man and was especially noted for his kindness to children. He seemed to know almost every little boy or girl in the city and always had a greeting or happy word for each. His death will be deeply lamented and his familiar and pleasant face will be missed by all.

Isaac Craig Milbourn was born November 19, 1828, in Hanoverton, his parents being Samuel Milbourn and Jane Craig Milbourn, pioneer Virginians. Isaac was the youngest of eight children. He remained on the farm upon which he was born until he had reached the age of eighteen.

He then learned the carpenter's trade and removed to Augusta, where in March of 1853 he was married to Miss Elizabeth Manfull who survives him. Their only child, a daughter Cora, died many years ago, at the age of four. Mr. Milbourn was engaged at carpentering until 1864. The next year he started a hardware store at Waynesburg. In 1867 he went into the dry goods business. Two years later he sold out and settled in Alliance.

It was here that he entered into a contract to grade the old Pittsburg, Baltimore & Ohio railroad from Connellsville to Cumberland. Having successfully performed this great piece of work he returned to Alliance in 1870 and accepted a position as clerk in the stationery store of David G. Hester, which later became the property of the late C. C. Manfull.

Four years later, in 1874, having thoroughly acquainted himself with the details of the stationery business, he purchased the entire establishment, which, at the time, was located in the block now occupied by the McDonald & Hunter boot and shoe house. From there he went to the room now containing the Waltz & Kinsey boot and shoe establishment. After being there many years, the veteran stationer removed his store into the McCandless block.

Owing to the infirmities of age, his family urged him to retire from active work and finally, on the first day of last April, he sold his entire business interests to John E. Amdrup.

Funeral services will be held at the house at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, and the remains will be taken to Augusta for interment on Sunday morning.

Note

From: "Commemorative Biographical Record of Carroll Co, OH"; J.H. Beers & Co.; 1891; pg 905

THOMAS P. CRAWFORD, M. D., of Augusta, Carroll County, was born in East Township, that county, August 25, 1849. He was reared to manhood on the farm, and received his education at the district schools and the New Wilmington College of Pennsylvania. He then spent about four years in teaching in the district schools, and in 1872 commenced to read medicine with Dr. James Westfall of Minerva. In 1874 he entered the Wooster Medical College of Cleveland, from which he graduated in 1877. When he returned from college he entered upon practice at Mechanicstown, Carroll Co., Ohio, where he remained three years and then removed to Malvern, and in 1883 came to Augusta, where he has since been in active and most successful practice. On May 28, 1874, he married Miss Sadilla M. MILBOURN, who was born May 31, 1853, a daughter of Samuel and Agnes J. (MYERS) MILBOURN. To this union was born one son, Samuel Milbourn Crawford. Mrs. Crawford died December 3, 1881, an active and devout member of the Disciples Church. Dr. Crawford is a member of the United Presbyterian Church. Politically he is a Republican, and is one of the leading and most influential men of Augusta Township.

Samuel MILBOURN was born in Columbiana County, Ohio, March 1, 1826. His father, Samuel, was born in Virginia, and was a son of Andrew, also a native of Virginia. Samuel, Sr., grew to manhood in his native State, and married Jane CRAIG. Their children were as follows: Andrew, Lydia, and David and Absalom (twins) are residing in Columbiana County, Ohio; Jacob is deceased; Jonathan and Samuel are in Augusta, Ohio, and Isaac is in Alliance, Ohio. Samuel MILBOURN in a very early day came to Ohio and entered a tract of land in Columbiana County, near Hanover, where he resided all his life. Politically he was a Whig. His son, Samuel, Jr., resided on the farm till he was grown to manhood, or till he was eighteen years old, when he commenced to learn the carpenter’s trade, which he has continually worked at, his field of labor being mostly in Carroll County, Ohio. On May 1, 1851, he married Miss Agnes J. MYERS who was born in 1829, a daughter of John and Rachel (WOLFKAIL) MYERS. To this union was born one daughter, Sadilla, deceased wife of Dr. Thomas P. Crawford, our subject. Politically Mr. Milbourn is a Republican, and he and his wife are members of the Disciples Church.