|Clarence Adam Milligan|
|Member of Parliament
for Prince Edward—Lennox
June 1957 – June 1968
12 February 1904|
|Died||25 May 1993
|Political party||Progressive Conservative|
|Spouse(s)||Annie Margaret Gilmour
m 7 Apr 1926
Milligan was born at Tamworth, Ontario. He was first elected at the Prince Edward—Lennox riding in the 1957 general election, after defeating incumbent parliamentarian George Tustin for the Progressive Conservative nomination. He was elected to a second term there in the 1958 election then left federal politics at the end of the 24th Canadian Parliament. He made another attempt to return to the House of Commons in the 1968 election at Frontenac—Lennox and Addington as an independent candidate affiliated with the Progressive Conservatives, but was defeated by Almonte Douglas Alkenbrack.
Milligan also served as a president of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture and was living in Napanee in the early 1990s. He owned what is now the developed part of the Town of Napanee. He died in Napanee in 1993.
- Milligan won on the second ballot, after the withdrawal of a third candidate, Napanee Mayor Douglas Alkenbrack. See "Friend of Tory leader is rejected in Napanee", Toronto Star, 18 April 1957, p. 2. The nomination defeat is also mentioned in Ian Stewart, Just One Vote: Jim Walding's nomination to constitutional defeat, (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press), 2009, p. 7.
- Rafter, Jack (21 January 1995). "Many attractions found in Napanee". Kingston Whig-Standard. p. 2. Refers to the MP as "late Clarence Milligan".
- Whitty, Reg (9 September 1992). "Grandfather Clarence Milligan a proud spectator at Centreville". Kingston Whig-Standard. p. 1.
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