Blanche Warriner Hall

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Blanche Warriner Hall (Milliken)

Birthplace: Nashua, Hillsborough County, NH, United States
Death: September 06, 1978 (84)
Effingham, Carroll County, NH, United States
Place of Burial: Nashua, Hillsborough County, NH, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Edward Brown Milliken and Elsie Marie Milliken
Wife of Lawrence Percival Hall
Sister of 2nd Lt. James Roscoe Milliken and Bertha May McCrillis

Occupation: Stenographer
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About Blanche Warriner Hall


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(VIII) Edward Brown, son of Rev. Abram H. and Rosalind C. (Woodman) Milliken, was born February 23, 1867, in Poland, Maine. He was educated in the common schools and Myndon Institute, St. Johnsbury. Vermont. At the age of about seventeen years he began work in the dye house of the cotton mills, at Three Rivers, Massachusetts where he was employed several years. He was later employed at Thorndike. Massachusetts and Providence. Rhode Island; in the later place occupying the position of superintendent of the Copp Dyeing Company, resigning to become superintendent of Otis Company's dye house at Three Rivers. Massachusetts. He was a traveling salesman for a time. In November, 1891, he returned to his former trade and took the position of superintendent of dyeing in the employ of the Nashua Manufacturing Company. When he took charge of the department the amount dyed in a week was one thousand two hundred pounds ; its is now from seventy-five housand to one hundred thousand pounds.

Since Mr. Milliken has been a partner in the firm of Hartman & Company, dealers in automobiles. He was a thirty-second degree Mason and Knight Templar. He was also a member of Granite Lodge. No. 1. Independent Order of Odd Fellows ; Nashua Lodge, No. 5. Knights of Pythias: and of Watanonnuck Tribe, Improved Order of Red Men. He was a member of the First Congregational Church, and cast his lot politically with the Republican party.

He married, November 24. 1892, Elsie M. Warriner. who was born in Monson, Massachusetts. Julv 5, 1865, daughter of Andrew A. and Sarah J. (Wood) Warriner. of Monson, Massachusetts. Thev have three chiIdren, Blanche W., James R. and Bertha May.

Edward Brown Milliken died December 4, 1906.

Bibliographic information:

  • Genealogical and family history of the state of New Hampshire : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation
  • Volume 2
  • by Stearns, Ezra S; Whitcher, William F. (William Frederick), 1845-1918; Parker, Edward E. (Edward Everett), 1842-1923
  • Publication date 1908
  • Publisher New York : Lewis Publishing Co.
  • Contributor University of New Hampshire Library
  • Pages 874
  • Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT

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Blanche Warriner Hall's Timeline

December 4, 1893
Nashua, Hillsborough County, NH, United States
September 6, 1978
Age 84
Effingham, Carroll County, NH, United States
September 6, 1978
Age 84
Edgewood Cemetery, Nashua, Hillsborough County, NH, United States