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Oliver Akely Milner (1845-c1920) Worker (b. 1845, Clements Township, Annapolis, Nova Scotia - d. circa 1920, Hopkinton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA)
Jonathan Milner (c1750-?) emigrated from Yorkshire, England to Annapolis, Nova Scotia.
Oliver 's parents were Anne X and Daniel Warner Milner (1802-1877). Daniel's parents were Thomas Milner (1779-?) and Elizabeth Warner.
Oliver's mother was Anna Milner, daughter of Jonathan Milner & Louisa Potter, b. 9 Apr 1808 in Clements Township, died 27 Jun (or Jan) 1870, Clements Township. (Source: Milner: Yorkshire Settlers to Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, compiled by Lucy Traves, 1999.)
Oliver married Mary Elizabeth Shute (1845-?) aka Elizabeth Shute, on July 30, 1868 in Clements Township, Annapolis, Nova Scotia.
Oliver's wife was Mary Elizabeth Chute, daughter of Joseph Chute & Mary Ann Sanford, born 2 Sep 1850 in Clements Township. (Source: Milner: Yorkshire Settlers to Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, compiled by Lucy Traves, 1999)
- Freeman Milner (c1870-?) who married Jane and died young and after his death Jane later married Ed Pierce
- Edward Clark Milner (1872-c1950) aka E.C. Milner
- Ernest W. Milner (1873-1963) who married May and had Beulah Milner and Thurston Milner, and after her death he married Ina or Ida and had Charlotte Milner.
- Also Archie W. Milner, died 25 Jan 1881 aged 10 months, buried in Clementsvale, Nova Scotia. (Source: Milner: Yorkshire Settlers to Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, compiled by Lucy Traves, 1999)
Meridan, New HampshireEdit
Oliver moved to Meriden, New Hampshire where they had a blacksmith shop. The building as of 2006 is still standing and was converted into a single family home.