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Carl Freeman Milner (1896-1968) Machinist and World War I Veteran (b. February 25, 1896, New Hampshire, USA - d. May 1968, Bradford, Merrimack, New Hampshire, 03221, USA) Social Security Number 048128890.
- Clifford Edward Milner I (1892-1980) who married Ethel Valborg Alfrida Tandberg (1898-1995)
- Howard Allen Milner (1898-1971)
World War IEdit
He served as an airplane mechanic. The oral family tradition was that he took an airplane for a ride without permission and was punished by being lowered in rank.
In 1920 Clifford appears in the census living in Buffalo, New York with Millie V. Van Steenburg (1896-?) as his wife. Millie was the daughter of Anna M. (1872-?) and Edward Van Steenburg (1871-?) who was a carpenter at an automobile factory. Millie had a brother: Roy Van Steenburg (1903-?) who worked as a chauffeur for a private family. Carl was working as a machinist at an airplane factory.
He married May S. X (1897-1972) in 1927.
Stuart E. Milner (1928-c1965); and Shirley M. Milner (1930- ).
Bradford, Merrimack, New Hampshire: In 1930 Carl and May were living in Bradford, Merrimack, New Hampshire. In the home were their children and Carl's brother Howard Milner. They owned their own home valued at $1,200 and Carl was working as a machinist.
World War II: Carl appears to have registered for the draft for WWII but did not serve.
Death: He died in May of 1968 in Bradford, Merrimack, New Hampshire.