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Millington in the Civil War

Updated:  The Millington-Arbela Historical Association pages.

 Edwin C. Brainerd is credited with being the first white settler in Millington Township on December 24th 1850. He and his family were the only white settlers here for the first 3 years. On February 24th 1852 Elvira Brainerd was born, the first white person born in Millington Township. The following Proclamation was made in August 1954, the Centennial of Millington Township.

WHEREAS, The first recorded settler of Millington, Township was E.E.Brainerd who settled in section six, December 1850 and was the only white settler until 1853, and

WHEREAS, the first settlement in Millington Township originally known as Podunk, was platted Lanesville in 1860, later platted as Millington in 1872, and

WHEREAS, It is fitting that the citizens of Millington Township and the Village of Millington honor the memory of these early settlers and commemorate the thriving existence of our township and village for 100 years.

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Page is copyrighted as are all photos: By Millington Historical Society and C.E.Betzing 1999.

LINKS TO OTHER PAGES

Tuscola, MI LHN

Tuscola Combined Query/Surnames page

NEW YORK CIVIL WAR PAGE

Niagara County, New York American Local History Network

American History & Genealogy Project (AHGP)


Created by Clayton Betzing, October 2, 1999

Updated July 15, 2001

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