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Edward Clark Milner (c1870-c1950) aka E.C. Millner; Blacksmith (b. May 08, 1872, Clementsvale, Clements Township, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada - d. May 23, circa 1950, Hopkinton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA)



Edward was born on May 08, 1872 in Clementsvale, Clements Township, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.


  • Freeman Milner (c1870-c1900) who married Jane and had two daughters, and Jane married Ed Pierce after Freeman died
  • Ernest W. Milner (1873-1963) who married May and had Beulah Milner and Thurston Milner as children, then married Ina and had Charlotte Milner.

Meridan, New Hampshire[]

His parents 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.

First marriage[]

Edward married Emma Jordan (c1870-c1900) who died in childbirth with their child: Eleanor Milner. Eleanor also may have died.


Second marriage[]

Edward married Edna Williams (c1875-c1930) on November 27, 1902. He was listed on his marriage certificate as "Edward Millner"


Edward died on May 23, circa 1950 in Hopkinton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.

Funeral notice[]

Edward C. Milner. Hopkinton, May 23 - Edward C. Milner, 78, died here Saturday night. Born in Nova Scotia, [Canada], he was the son of Oliver and Elizabeth (Shute) Milner. Surviving are three sons, Clifford, in California, and Carl in and Howard Milner of Bradford; a sister, Miss Christine Milner, this town; and nine grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock at the H.L. Holmes and Son Funeral home, Contoocook, [New Hampshire].

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