MILTON LIGGETT, farmer and stock-raiser; P. O. Ostrander ; was born in Delaware Co., Ohio, Aug 28, 1835 ; is the eldest of a family of six children of Joab and Mary (Carr) Liggett; Joab Liggett was the son of James Liggett, the wellknown pioneer of Scioto Township ; he was a farmer, and a prominent and influential man in his lifetime; he died Aug. 29, 1848, and his wife on the 17th of October, 1865. Milton passed his youth and early manhood on his father's farm, receiving a common-school education. When 18 years of age, he began for himself as a farmer ; this business he has followed all his life with a great degree of success; he now owns one of the nicest improved farms in the township ; it consists of 125 acres, nicely situated on Mill Creek, in the southeastern part of the township. He was united in marriage with Anna Carr July 3, 1856 ; she was born in Delaware Co., Ohio, April 23, 1840 ; they are the parents of two children-Retta A., born May 31, 1857, and William L., born Sept. 4, 1862. Mr. Liggett is a Democrat and a consistent member of the Baptist Church.
Father: Joab Liggett b: ABT 1810
Mother: Mary Carr b: 09 JUN 1809 in Petersburg, VA (Hardy Co)
Marriage 1 Anna Carr b: 23 APR 1840 in Ohio