|Birth: ||Sep. 14, 1890|
|Death: ||Mar. 31, 1965|
Floyd Henry Milnor was the son of George Simpson and Matrona Jane (Henry) Milnor. He was born Sep 14 1890 in Fayette, Fulton Co, Ohio. He grew up in the Gorham Twp area and then later near Adrian, Michigan. He served two years with the Michigan National Guard. He moved to Colorado with his parents in 1909, settling in Arapahoe County.
He married a neighbor girl, Jean Leslie Love, Nov 26, 1917 in Arapahoe County. They had two daughters: Dorothy and Helen. Like his father, Floyd farmed. The intersection of South Himalaya St and E Smokey Hill Road is roughly the center of the his property, which extended from that point about a mile to the east, a mile to the west, 4/10 of a mile to the north, and 1/10 of a mile to the south.
Floyd was well-known for having a sense of humor. A cousin wrote to his mother and requested that she tell Floyd that she had not forgotten the chicken.... One can only imagine what Floyd had come up with tease his city-cousin.
In his later years Floyd and Jean moved to Goodyear, Arizona where he passed away on Mar 31, 1965.
George Simpson Milnor (1855 - 1936)
Matrona Jane Henry Milnor (1869 - 1961)
Jean Leslie Love Milnor (1891 - 1968)
Dorothy Jane Milnor Claycomb (1918 - 2010)*
Helen Katherine Milnor Danielson (1923 - 2016)*
Floyd Henry Milnor (1890 - 1965)
Ruby Catherine Milnor Weber (1895 - 1962)*
Alma Marie Milnor Short (1912 - 2010)*
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Originally Created by: Luie
Record added: Jun 15, 2008
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