George Samuel McMillin, 18611919 (aged 57 years)

Name
George Samuel /McMillin/
Name
Samuel 'George' /McMillin/
Birth
Marriage
( after death)
Birth of a sister
about 1864 (aged 2 years)
Death of a mother
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Burial of a mother
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Marriage of a parent
Citation details: MR4 No. 1120
Text:

Robert McMILLEN m. Martha JACKSON
14 Jun 1884 by Benjamine Excell, Pastor ME Church

Death of a father
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Burial of a father
Cemetery: Augusta Cemetery, Section A, Row 10
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Death of a wife
August 27, 1898 (aged 36 years) Age: 30-12-17
Cause: Heart Disease
Address: Kensington, Ohio
Citation details: Book 4 Page 347
Text:

McMILLEN, Lucille J. - d. 1898 Aug 27 of heart dis in East Tp, res. in Kensington, 30y 12m 17d.

Marriage
Birth of a son
Cause of Death
April 30, 1919 (on the date of death)
Death of a wife
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Source: Obituary
Text:

Published in the Free Press Standard
Carrollton, Ohio
May 1, 1919

Death
Citation details: Certificate 24,428
Text:

McMillen, Samuel G. Death date: 4/30/1919, Carroll County Volume #2952

Burial
Family with parents
father
18231894
Birth: about January 3, 1823 27 Oh
Death: July 14, 1894Carroll Co, Oh
mother
18231880
Birth: about May 1, 1823Carroll Co, Oh
Death: November 12, 1880Carroll Co, Oh
Marriage MarriageMarch 14, 1844Carroll Co, Oh
10 months
elder brother
7 years
elder sister
7 years
elder brother
18571934
Birth: February 11, 1857 34 33 Augusta Tp, Carroll Co, Oh
Death: December 7, 1934Augusta Tp, Carroll Co, Oh
4 years
elder brother
1859
Birth: between 1859 and 1860 36 36 Carroll Co, Oh
3 years
himself
18611919
Birth: October 1861 38 38 Carroll Co, Oh
Death: April 30, 1919Augusta, Carroll, Oh
3 years
younger sister
Father’s family with Martha Ann Watson
father
18231894
Birth: about January 3, 1823 27 Oh
Death: July 14, 1894Carroll Co, Oh
stepmother
18361911
Birth: December 21, 1836 39 32 Oh
Death: July 17, 1911East Tp, Carroll Co, Oh
Religious marriage Religious marriageJune 14, 1884Carroll County, OHio
Family with Luzilla J. Iden
himself
18611919
Birth: October 1861 38 38 Carroll Co, Oh
Death: April 30, 1919Augusta, Carroll, Oh
wife
18681898
Birth: December 4, 1868 38 35 East Tp, Carroll Co, Oh
Death: August 27, 1898East, Carroll, OH
Marriage Marriage
Family with Emma Lydia Richardson
himself
18611919
Birth: October 1861 38 38 Carroll Co, Oh
Death: April 30, 1919Augusta, Carroll, Oh
wife
18661919
Birth: March 1866 43 35
Death: April 30, 1919Augusta, Oh
Marriage MarriageOctober 24, 1900
18 months
son
1902
Birth: April 29, 1902 40 36 Kensington, CCO
Birth
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Cause of Death
Death
Citation details: Certificate 24,428
Text:

McMillen, Samuel G. Death date: 4/30/1919, Carroll County Volume #2952

Burial
Source: Est 1838 - Ohio
Note

Published in the Free Press Standard
Carrollton, Ohio
May 1, 1919

Mrs. Emma McMillen,, 53, died Wednesday afternoon in her home in East-tp, and twenty minutes later her husband, George McMillen, 56, passed away. Mrs. McMillen’s maiden name was Emma Richardson, and before her marriage, October 24, 1900, she taught school in Augusta-tp. They are survived by a son, Foster. Mr. McMillen has two brothers, Frank, in the west, and Nathan, East-tp. Mrs. McMillen is survived by the following brothers and sisters; John Richardson, Canton; Mrs. James Cameron, Augusta-tp; Mrs. John LeBeau, Minerva, Mrs. Risen, Buffalo, New York, is a half sister. Funeral will be held Saturday at 10 o’clock at Augusta.

Note

Published in the Free Press Standard
Carrollton, Ohio
May 8, 1919

LARGE FUNERAL

About 35 local Odd Fellows attended the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. George McMillen, East-tp, who were buried Sunday at Augusta. Mr. McMillen was a member of the local lodge, having transferred his membership to it from the Augusta lodge after the latter had surrendered its charter following the destruction of the lodge hall by fire.

It was one of the largest funerals ever held in the county. It is stated on authority that 1,400 people were present and that it required 52 minutes for those in attendance to pass the caskets of Mr. and Mrs. McMillen, showing the high esteem in which they were held by those who had the pleasure of their acquaintance.