Introduction: Miller

UNDER CONSTRUCTION – Please see “1910 Miller Reunion” article.

4 Responses to Introduction: Miller

  1. LULU SUTCLIFFE says:

    I am looking for details on a John Miller that lived in Turfontein, Johannesburg in the early 1940

  2. Paul says:

    Thanks for posting this article on the Miller’s. I hope someday to find a definitive work that has been able to separate out the various Miller lines from PA and Ohio, it’s really crazy making. I have a George Michael Miller that was born in 1820 in Somerset, PA, spent a few years in Tuscarawas county, Ohio, married Pelina Smith in Handock, Ohio, and after a few years in Indiana and IL, died in Furnas County, Nebraska, in 1892 as a deacon in the Church of the Brethren. Many non-cited sources list his father as an Abraham and his grandfather as an Adam (who died young, killed by Indians), but primary source data has not been found to support this. So in the mean time, I read everything I can about the “Millers” of Somerset County, PA and Ohio. Thanks – Paul

    • admin says:

      Thanks for the info, Paul. All of our Millers are of German origin, but Somerset County also has English Millers, like “Saucy Jack.” We have several George (and/or) Michael Millers, but they came earlier than 1820, for example: http://e-gen.info/?page_id=6345
      I’ll keep my eyes open for any connection to the more western Millers. Thanks again,
      Larry

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