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Matilda Ellen Milligan Lindsay
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Birth: Sep. 10, 1842
Titus County
Texas, USA
Death: Dec. 22, 1934

Matilda Ellen Milligan was the daughter of Thomas Milligan and Mahala Allen. She married John Allen Lindsay. They had 12 children; John Hamilton Lindsay, Priscilla Lindsay, Alva J. Lindsay, Louise Lindsay, Annie Wardlow Lindsay-Jones, Olalie Elizabeth Lindsay, Martha Ellen Lindsay, Eddie May Lindsay, Cordelia Lindsay, Emma Lindsay, Eva/Ivy Lindsay, and Katherine Lindsay.
 (bio by: Bob Maynard) 
Family links: 
  Thomas S. Milligan (1810 - 1860)
  Mahalia Allen Milligan (1826 - 1890)
  John Allen Lindsay (1836 - 1891)*
  Percilla Lindsay Jones (1861 - 1916)*
  Alva J. Lindsay (1863 - 1926)*
  Louis K. Lindsay Turner (1865 - 1946)*
  Annie Wardlow Lindsay Jones (1868 - 1941)*
  Ollie Elizabeth Lindsay Coalson (1870 - 1962)*
  John Hamilton Lindsay (1872 - 1931)*
  Ivy Lindsay Smart (1882 - 1964)*
  Matilda Ellen Milligan Lindsay (1842 - 1934)
  Margaret Ann Milligan Kuhn (1844 - 1925)*
  Mary Jane Milligan Bird (1846 - 1936)*
  James Franklin Milligan (1850 - 1935)*
  Martha Adel Milligan Frazier (1852 - 1881)*
  Belle Milligan Murray (1857 - 1928)*
*Calculated relationship
Old Gooch Cemetery
Mason (Mason County)
Mason County
Texas, USA
Maintained by: Bob Maynard
Originally Created by: Rhoda Garrett Schmidt
Record added: Sep 11, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41820831
Matilda Ellen <i>Milligan</i> Lindsay
Matilda Ellen <i>Milligan</i> Lindsay
Added by: Rhoda Garrett Schmidt
Matilda Ellen <i>Milligan</i> Lindsay
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 Added: Jan. 27, 2014

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