: I'm afraid that I have no records of a
: "Millingham" in Prince George's
: County, Maryland. Could you possibly mean
: "Milltown" or "Milltown
: Landing"? - Milltown (Landing) was
: about 5 miles north of Aquasco (Woodville)
: on the Patuxent River, but there's scarcely
: anything really left of that riverfront
: community now. I would be glad to let you
: know more about Milltown if you think that
: it might be the place you are looking for.
: Of course, it might be the name of a tract
: of land that someone surveyed and developed
: as a farm/plantation after Prince George's
: County was established in 1696. (I know
: that no tract named "Millingham"
: had been surveyed and patented here before
: 1696.) Records of later surveyed tracts can
: be found at th
: Or could you possibly be thinking of Prince
: George County, Virginia?
: I would be very much interested in just what
: wording you mean in your reference "I
: have an ancestor showing he lived
: Good luck with your search.
: Susan G. Pearl, Historian
: Prince George's County Historical
: --Previous Message--
: Could someone please tell me where
: in Prince George's County used to be? I
: have an ancestor showing he lived there...I
: haven't heard of the town before. Thank
The 1840 census has my 3X Great Grandfather living in Milingham. The 1850 census and all thereafter shows him living in the Nottingham District. I feel Milingham may have been mis-trans scribed for Nottingham. Has anyone seen the hand written word on any 1840 documents?
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