Table of Contents: Miller

Introduction

Our Joseph “Yost” Miller Family Tree

Vitals: Joseph Miller, Sr. Family

Causes of Death: Miller & Associated Families (.pdf link)

Facebook: St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Jenner Twp.

Photo Album: Miller

Research/Writing in Progress

Christianity Comes Home:
Part I: Our Families’ Faith Journey
Part II: A Short History of the Reformation
Part III: A Summary of our Recent Anabaptist Heritage Tour
Part IV: Our American Amish

Exodus From Germany
Commentary on “Exodus From Germany”

Last Will & Testament of Joseph “Yost” Miller (1811)
Last Will & Testament of Joseph A. Miller III (1860)

Captured by Pirates: The Story of Cousin Michael Beeghley
Last Will & Testament of Michael Beeghley (1812)

The Miller Family of Iowa: Katelyn to Joseph
A Letter to Family in Iowa After a Wedding (1906)
A 1917 Letter Between Miller Brothers: PA to Iowa

1910 Miller Reunion Article

The Lost Civilization of the Quemahoning
History of Quemahoning Township, Somerset Co, PA

WWII Letter from Home: “Mom” Krause to daughter Hilda Miller

Richard O. Miller (1920-2015):
Richard & the Bull
The Gunner & The Riveter
Richard Miller’s 35 Missions Over Germany in WWII
A Diary of D-Day: As kept by Richard O. Miller (1920-2015)
Excerpts: Greisinger’s A World Away but Close to Home

Another Unusual Somerset County Miller: “Saucy Jack”

Last revised: 8/18/18

One Response to Table of Contents: Miller

  1. Darcy Bowen says:

    My Miller family is from Delaware County. I can go as far as Madison Miller born 9/13/1845. I think his parents were Richard and Nancy Miller but have not found them yet. Do you know which branch?

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