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Letter to Clark & Milligan

Letter to Clark & Milligan

Letter to C?sar A. Rodney, George B. Milligan, and Victor Du Pont, Commissioners, Wilmington, Del

Letter to C?sar A. Rodney, George B. Milligan, and Victor Du Pont, Commissioners, Wilmington, Del

Joseph Milligan to Thomas Jefferson, February 2, 1812

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, December 22, 1815

Joseph Milligan to James Madison, October 30, 1818.

P. F. Milligan, Tuesday, December 18, 1860 (Printed Circular)

Milligan, Ranklin - State: Missouri - Year: [Blank]

Milligan, J P - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Milligan, A - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Milligan, Lambden - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Milligan, Lambdin C - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Milligan, J - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Milligan, Jupiter - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Milligan, M - State: Ohio - Year: 1862

Milligan, George W - Age [Blank], Year: 1862 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Robert Milligan McLane, 1815-1898

Milligan and C. Larkins, Left Field, Athletics, from the Kalamazoo Bats series (N690) issued by Chas. Gross & Co. to promote Kalamazoo Bats

[J. Milligan, St. Louis Browns, baseball card portrait]

[J. Milligan, St. Louis Browns, baseball card portrait]

[Jocko Milligan, St. Louis Browns, baseball card portrait]

U.S.S. Oregon, Chief Engineer Milligan, Battle of Santiago

Tommy Milligan

Capt. J.L. Milligan

Milligan, W Mc - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Second Battalion, Infantry, A-P

Milligan, J J - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Manigault's Battalion, Artillery Mi-Si

Milligan, H S - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi M

Milligan, A J - 1st Cavalry

MILLIGAN, A.F. HONORABLE

Jacob L. Milligan, MO

Jacob L. Milligan, MO

Jacob L. Milligan, MO; King Swope, KY

Jacob L. Milligan of M.

Milligan Place, Manhattan.

SGT. S.T. Quade Quantico, Va....LT. COL. Leonard J. Comarratta receives the Navy Commendation Medal from Brig. GEN. Robert F. Milligan, director, Development Center Quantico. OFFICIAL U.S. MARINE CORPS PHOTO (RELEASED)

W. T. Milligan, electroplater, Small Arms Section, explains the refinishing process of the upper receiver for the M16A1 rifle to General P. X. Kelly, right, Commandant of the Marines Corps, during his visit to the base

A television reporter interviews Brigadier General Robert Milligan, US Marine Corps, during the homecoming of the battleship USS NEW JERSEY (BB 62). The ship is returning to home port after 11 months at sea. Brigadier General Milligan is the older brother of Captain Richard D. Milligan, commanding officer of the NEW JERSEY

Brigadier General Robert Milligan, US Marine Corps, watches as the battleship USS NEW JERSEY (BB 62) returns to home port after 11 months at sea. Brigadier General Milligan is the older brother of Captain Richard D. Milligan, commanding officer of the New Jersey

Mess Management SPECIALIST SEAMAN Lois Carey and SEAMAN Lawrence Milligan, right, conduct morning colors, with the assistance of another sailor, on the parade ground. PHOTO from June 1984 All Hands Magazine

Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Richard D. Milligan, USN (uncovered)

Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert F. Milligan, director, Development Center, presents a promotion warrant of full colonel to Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Woodhead

Lieutenant General (LGEN) David M. Twomey, commanding general, Marine Corps Development and Education Command, left, and Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert F. Milligan, director, Development Center, presents a toast during mess night at the Basic School

Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert F. Milligan, director, Development Center, talks with guests attending the mess night at the Basic School

Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert F. Milligan, director, Development Center, Quantico, presents the Meritorious Service Medal to Colonel (COL) Ogden upon his retirement

The wife of Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert F. Milligan (left), greets the wife of a Marine officer during a reception at the Marine Corps Development and Education Center officers club

Mrs. Milligan (left) and her husband Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert F. Milligan (second from left), director, Development Center, look on as Mrs. Petersen greets the wife of a Marine officer during a reception at the Marine Corps Development and Educatio

Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert F. Milligan (left), director, Development Center, and Mrs. Petersen (second from left), look on as Lieutenant General (LGEN) Frank E. Petersen, commanding general, Marine Corps Development and Education Center (MCDEC), shak

Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert F. Milligan (left), director, Development Center, Mrs. Petersen (second from left), and Lieutenant General (LGEN) Frank E. Petersen Jr. (third from left), commanding general, Marine Corps Development and Education Center (M

Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert F. Milligan and and his wife descend the stairs into the ballroom of the Sheraton Inn Washington during the officers'Marine Corps Birthday Ball. Milligan is the director of the Development Center, Quantico, Virginia (VA)

Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert F. Milligan, center, director, Development Center, Quantico, Virginia (VA), sits with hsi party during the officers'Marine Corps Birthday Ball at the Sheraton Inn Washington

Portrait: US Navy (USN) Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Richard D. Milligan (covered)

Portrait: US Navy (USN) Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Richard D. Milligan (covered)

Portrait: US Navy (USN) Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Richard D. Milligan (uncovered)

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan holds up a piece of steel wool during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). Traces of steel wool were found in the breach of the 16-inch gun that exploded

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan points to a photograph during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). Photographs and charts on the stage detail the technical probe into the explosion. Powder bags similar to those used aboard the IOWA at the time of the explosion are the lower center

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan points to two powder bags during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). The powder bags are similar to those used aboard the IOWA at the time of the explosion. Behind the admiral are charts that detail the technical aspects of the investigation into the explosion

Admiral Leon A. Edney, right, Vice CHIEF of Naval Operations, speaks at a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61). At left is the investigating officer, Rear Admiral Richard D. Milligan

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan speaks at a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). Milligan headed the investigation

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan holds up a book during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). The book was found in the personal effects of GUNNER's Mate G (Guns) 2nd Class Clayton M. Hartwig, one of the sailors killed in the explosion. Navy investigators concluded that Hartwig intentionally caused the blast

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan speaks during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). On the stage are powder bags similar to those used aboard the IOWA at the time of the explosion and charts detailing the technical and criminal probes into the source of the blast

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan speaks during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). On the stage are powder bags similar to those used aboard the IOWA at the time of the explosion and charts detailing the technical and criminal probes into the source of the blast

Admiral Leon A. Edney, right, Vice CHIEF of Naval Operations, calls on a reporter during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB 61). At left is the investigating officer, Rear Admiral Richard D. Milligan

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan holds up a piece of steel wool during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). Traces of steel wool were found in the breach of the 16-inch gun that exploded

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan points to a chart during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). The charts on the stage detail the technical and criminal probes into the explosion. Powder bags similar to those used aboard the IOWA at the time of the explosion are the lower left

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan points to a chart during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). The charts on the stage detail the technical and criminal probes into the explosion. Powder bags similar to those used aboard the IOWA at the time of the explosion are the lower left

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan holds up two books during a Pentagon press conference called to release the findings of the Navy's official investigation into the April 19, 1989, explosion in Turret No. 2 aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61). The books were found in the personal effects of GUNNER's Mate G (Guns) 2nd Class Clayton M. Hartwig, one of the sailors killed in the explosion. Navy investigators concluded that Hartwig intentionally caused the blast

Rear Admiral Richard D. Milligan leans on a desk in his Pentagon office. Milligan is currently serving as the director of Budget and Reports in the Office of the Comptroller of the Navy and as the director of the Fiscal Management Division in the office of the CHIEF of Naval Operations

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan talks with two assistants in his Pentagon office. Milligan is currently serving as the director of Budget and Reports in the Office of the Comptroller of the Navy and as the director of the Fiscal Management Division in the office of the CHIEF of Naval Operations

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan stands in his Pentagon office. Milligan is currently serving as the director of Budget and Reports in the Office of the Comptroller of the Navy and as the director of the Fiscal Management Division in the office of the CHIEF of Naval Operations

Rear Adm. Richard D. Milligan stands in his Pentagon office. Milligan is currently serving as the director of Budget and Reports in the Office of the Comptroller of the Navy and as the director of the Fiscal Management Division in the office of the CHIEF of Naval Operations

Stephen Milligan, right, Mickey Schmidt, center, and TSGT Steven Harris stand with a telescope outside the academy's planetarium. Schmidt is the director of the planetarium, Milligan is its audiovisual coordinator and Harris is the maintenance chief

SENIOR AIRMAN Christy Milligan (left) and Captain Cindy Dela-Cruz, both with the 384th Air Refueling Squadron ARS), McConnell AFB, Kan., give crew members of the Russian IL-76 transport a tour of the 384th ARS KC-135 tanker. The IL-76 brought members of the Russian 27th Guards, Motorized Rifle Division to participate in Peacekeeper '95

Medium shot, front view, SENIOR MASTER Sergeant Charlie Costello, USAF, 57th Airlift Squadron, Altus, Air Force Base, Oklahoma, receives an Indian CHIEF's headdress from, left, Altus AFB Command CHIEF MASTER Sergeant Michael Colutier, USAF, and, right, Headquarters Air Education and Training Command CMSGT William A. Milligan, 15 January 2000

US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Michael Milligan, Dental Technician, 349th Aerospace Medical Squadron (AMDS), loads vacuum syringes needed by the lab technicians to draw blood samples

Kansas City district attorney sees President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., April 18. Maurice Milligan, U.S. District Attorney in Kansas City, who is engaged in the income tax inquiry involving boss Tom Pendergast, photographed as he left the White House today. He said that he called only on a social visit

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Hackleburg, Ala. , May 29, 2011 -- Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano speaks with Lynn Robinson, Red Cross Vice Chair, Board of Directors for Mid-Alabama Region and Mike Milligan, State Representative after the city hall meeting. Also present are US Senator Robert Aderholt, and Red Cross Alabama Tornado Disaster Relief Director Jim Reisweber. Secretary Napolitano is here to meet with officials in support of federal, state, and community partnership recovery efforts in response to the deadly April tornado. George Armstrong/FEMA

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Hackleburg, Ala. , May 29, 2011 -- Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano speaks with Jessica Montgomery and Wynn Knowles, students at the devastated Hackleburg High School. Next to Secretary Napolitano are; US Senator Robert Aderholt, State Representative Mike Milligan, and other state/local officials. Secretary Napolitano and the other officials are here in support of FEMA, state, and community partnership recovery efforts in response to the deadly April tornado. George Armstrong/FEMA

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Hackleburg, Ala. , May 29, 2011 -- Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano speaks at a Hackelburg city hall meeting. Seated left to right; Art Faulkner State Emergency Management Agency Director, Secretary Napolitano, US Senator Robert Aderholt, State Representative Mike Milligan, and other state/local officials. Secretary Napolitano is here to meet with officials in support of FEMA, state, and community partnership recovery efforts in response to the deadly April tornado. . George Armstrong/FEMA

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Hackleburg, Ala. , May 29, 2011 -- FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Michael Bryne responds to questions at a press conference at the Hackleburg city hall. Present are: Secretary of US Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano(left); State Senator Roger Bedford; Art Faulkner, State Emergency Management Agency Director; US Senator Robert Aderholt; and State Representative Mike Milligan. Secretary Napolitano and FCO Bryne are here to meet with officials in support of federal, state, and community partnership recovery efforts in response to the deadly April tornado. George Armstrong/FEMA

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Hackleburg, Ala. , May 29, 2011 -- Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano speaks with Jessica Montgomery and Wynn Knowles, students at the devastated Hackelburg High School. Next to Secretary Napolitano are: US Senator Robert Aderholt, State Representative Mike Milligan, and other state/local officials. Secretary Napolitano is here to meet with officials in support of FEMA, state, and community partnership recovery efforts in response to the deadly April tornado. George Armstrong/FEMAe

Joseph Milligan to Thomas Jefferson, January 18, 1819

Joseph Milligan to Thomas Jefferson, January 18, 1819

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, February 28, 1810

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, February 28, 1810

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, January 7, 1812

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, January 7, 1812

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, September 8, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, September 8, 1816

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, November 27, 1820

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, November 27, 1820

Joseph Milligan to Thomas Jefferson, April 9, 1817

Joseph Milligan to Thomas Jefferson, April 9, 1817

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, April 9, 1819

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, April 9, 1819

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, October 17, 1814

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, October 17, 1814

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, March 16, 1812

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, March 16, 1812

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Milligan, June 26, 1815