William McMillan (congressman)
William McMillan ( born March 2, 1764 in the vicinity of Abingdon, Washington County, Virginia; † May 1804 in Cincinnati, Ohio ) was a non-partisan American politician. From 1800 to 1801 he was a delegate of the Northwest Territory in the House of Representatives of the United States.
William McMillan was born near Abingdon in the U.S. state of Virginia. At the College of William & Mary, he studied law. In 1787 he moved to Fort Washington, now Cincinnati. A year later he was admitted to the bar. He opened a law firm in Cincinnati. From 1799 to 1800 he was a member of the House of Representatives of the Northwest Territory for Hamilton County.
As followers of William Henry Harrison McMillan in 1800 a delegate of the Northwest Territory in the U.S. House of Representatives. He did not run in the congressional elections in 1800. After Ohio became U.S. state in 1803, he was appointed Attorney for the District of Ohio. For health reasons, he did not took office.
In May 1804 McMillan died in Cincinnati. He was buried in Spring Grove Cemetery.