A. Y. Milam

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A. Y. Milam
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CitizenshipUnited States Of America
Alma materU.S. Military Academy

Arthur Yager Miliam (1889 - 1956)[1] was a developer and legislator in Florida. A Democrat, he represented Duval County.[2]

He was the son of Bob R. Milam and Lula J. née Yager Milam.

He was admitted to the U.S. Military Academy in 1907.[3] He was later listed as a non graduate.[4][5]

He was a developer of Davis Shores development on Anastasia Island with his brother R. R. Milam. The project required extensive dredging[6] and faltered as Florida's land boom slowed in the later 1920s.

The Florida archives have a photo of Milam and other members of the 1923 Florida House of Representatives.[7]


  1. McNeil, Barbara (July 23, 1988). "Abridged Biography and Genealogy Master Index: A Consolidated Index to More Than 1,600,000 Biographical Sketches from Over 115 Selected Current and Retrospective Biographical Dictionaries Indexed in Biography and Genealogy Master Index Through 1987". Gale Research Company – via Google Books.
  2. "Request Rejected" (PDF).
  3. "Army-Navy-Air Force Register and Defense Times". July 23, 1907 – via Google Books.
  4. "Register of Graduates and Former Cadets, United States Military Academy". July 23, 1986 – via Google Books.
  5. Academy, United States Military (July 23, 1971). "Official Register of the Officers and Cadets". United States Military Academy Print. Office – via Google Books.
  6. "Davis Shores in St. Augustine – Davis Islands Civic Association".
  7. https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/26325

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