Person:Millington Adkins (1)

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Millington Adkins
d.
m. ABT 1754
  1. Millington Adkins1755 -
  2. Isom AdkinsABT 1757 -
  3. Hezekiah A. Adkins, Sr.1759 - 1842
  4. Sherrod B. AdkinsABT 1765 - 1859
  5. Champ AdkinsABT 1772 -
  • HMillington Adkins1755 -
  • W.  Mary Fry (add)
m. 25 Dec 1785
  1. Parker Millington Adkinsabt 1786 - 1851
Facts and Events
Name Millington Adkins
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 20 SEP 1755 Halifax County, Virginia
Occupation[3] farmer and soldier
Other[3] Revolutionary WarMilitary
Marriage 25 Dec 1785 Giles, Virginia, United Statesto Mary Fry (add)
Death? Y

He was a Revolutionary War Soldier serving in the Virginia Militia prior to, during and after the War. He served as Sergeant during the War and was appointed Ensign in 1794. His name is on the Monument to Revolutionary War soldiers of Giles County, along with his father, Parker, and his brother, Hezekiah, at Perisberg, Giles County, Virginia. Millington lived his entire adult life at the mouth of the Spruce Run of the Sinking Creek of the New River in what is today Craig County, Virginia. Most of his life the area was in Montgomery and Giles Counties.

References
  1. Ronnie Adkins, Adkins Land of York to Beech Fork (3540 South Georgetown Drive Montgomery, AL 36109-2232;(334)-272-3813), Page 6.
  2. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints; 16 June 1992, LDS CHURCH RECORDS (Ancestral File Operations, 50 E. North Temple Street, Salt, Carroll Bing MILLS 155 Greene St P.O. Box 802 Kenwood, CA 95452.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Ronnie Adkins, Adkins Land of York to Beech Fork (3540 South Georgetown Drive Montgomery, AL 36109-2232;(334)-272-3813), Page 12.