Carol Milam-Ogden's Family History for Christina Leota Miller

Carol Milam-Ogden is our Family's Genealogist

NOTE: Most of the counties mentioned below were in Virginia until West Virginia seceded from the Confederacy during the Civil War on 20 June 1863; then they were in West Virginia.


FIRST GENERATION - David Miller (1790 - circa 1855)

David MILLER was born before 1790 in Homburg, Germany. He married Elizabeth FOSTER, daughter of Nimrod FOSTER and Elizabeth Winnefred BROWN, on 11 AUG 1807 in Monroe County, Virginia (now West Virginia). She was born about 1790 and she died about 1839 - both in Kanawha County. I found the marriage of David Miller and Betsy Foster for 11 AUG 1807 in Monroe County which confirms that David did in fact live in Monroe County.

Notes for David Miller:

According to Sissonville: A Time to Remember, David Miller and his brother John came from Homburg. They settled first in Monroe County then about 1820 moved north to Nicholas County, Virginia (now West Virginia). The 1820 U.S. Census shows David Miller along with his brother, John Sr., and John’s son, John, living in Nicholas County. John received a land grant on Tuppers Creek for 200 acres.  The land grant was made by Governor John Tyler on 16 SEP 1826, to John Miller. John stayed in Nicholas County but David moved to Kanawha County, Virginia (now West Virginia).


David MILLER and Elizabeth FOSTER had the following children:

Nancy MILLER was born in 1808.

Joseph H. MILLER was born on 10 DEC 1810 in Nicholas County. He died on 4 OCT 1900 in Kanawha County. He first married Rebecca FISHER, daughter of John FISHER and Lucretia "Lucy" HARRISON, on 18 APR 1833 in Kanawha County. She was born on 14 JUL 1812. She died on 6 FEB 1863. Afterwards, Joseph married Vanila KENNISON on 17 SEP 1863. Finally, he married Mary SPRIEGEL on 13 JAN 1867.  (For Details See NOTE #1)

Ruth MILLER was born in 1813 in Kanawha County. She died between 1834- 1838 in Kanawha County. She married Archibald BURDETTER on 1 NOV 1831. He was born in 1807 in Monroe, Amherst County, Virginia. He died between 1860 - 1870 in Kanawha County, West Virginia.

George S. MILLER was born about 1817 in Virginia. He died on 1 JAN 1906 in West Virginia. He married Emily Lane, daughter of Laurens LANE and Elizabeth BARNHART, on 8 SEP 1834 in Kanawha County, Virginia. She was born on 20 DEC 1817 in Virginia. She died on 7 MAR 1899 in Jackson County, West Virginia.

Rachel MILLER was born between 1820 - 1824 in Nicholas County, Virginia. She died between 1880 - 1900 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. She married James L. MILAM, son of Rush MILAM and Ann Elizabeth FOWLER, on 5 JUL 1838. James Milam was born between 1810-1820 and died before 1850 in Kanawha County, Virginia.

David Alexander MILLER was born in 1820. He died in 1871.

Mary Polly MILLER was born in 1827.


SECOND GENERATION - George S. Miller (circa 1817 - 1 JAN 1906)

George S. MILLER  was born about 1817 in Virginia. He died on 1 JAN 1906 in West Virginia. He married Emily LANE, daughter of Laurens LANE and Elizabeth BARNHART, on 8 SEP 1834 in Kanawha City, a neighborhood of the city of Charleston. She was born on 20 DEC 1817 in Virginia. She died on 7 MAR 1899 in Jackson County, Virginia.

Notes for George S. Miller:

The Kanawha County Register of Marriages, page 58: “George Miller and Miss Emily Lane were legally joined together in Matrimony on 8 SEP 1834 in the County of Kanawha. A. B. Stround, Minister, Officiating”.

1850 Census Jackson County, Virginia:

George Miller, age 32, White Male Farmer Born in VA
Real Estate $1500
Emily (Lane) wife, age 32, White Female, Keeping House VA
Elizabeth age 13
Amanda age 11
Sidney A. F. age 8
Bartlett age 6
Lucinda age 2

1860 Census for Jackson County, Virginia:

Geo S. Miller - 44
Emily Miller - 43
B F Miller - 16
C F Miller - 14
Lucinda Miller - 11
S P Miller - 8
Araminta Miller - 6
J B Miller - 3
R B Miller - 11 mo/12 mo

1870 Census Jackson County, West Virginia:

George Miller age 53 Male White, Born VA,  Retail Merchant
Emily 52 Female White, Keeping House
Spicer P. 18 Male White,  Blacksmith
Araminta 16 Female White
Joseph 13 Male White, Farm Laborer
Robert 10 Male White,  Farm Laborer
David 8 Male White

1900 Census Jackson County, West Virginia:

George, age 83, living with his son, David Miller and David’s family.

Notes for Emily Lane:

Newspaper report of her death:

“Heaven claims its own by the divine law. Emily Miller, the wife of G. S. Miller, departed this life March 7, 1899. This couple Emily Lane and G. S. Miller were married the 8th of September, 1834. Mrs. Miller was 81 years old at her death. G. S. Miller is 82 and still survives. She gave birth to 13 children. She raised 11 of these to be men and women. Ten of them married and raised families. To count her children, grandchildren and her great grandchildren and her great great grandchildren, they would number 165. Mrs. Miller had been sick since last December. She joined the Baptist Church 35 years ago, lived as a Christian mother and companion up to her death. She leaves her companion and a host of friends to mourn her loss. Heaven is her gain.”

J. E. Horn, Son-in-law:
I hear the low wind sweeping
Through every bush and tree
Where our dear mother is sleeping
Away from home and me
Tears from my eyes are flowing
Deep sorrow shades my brow
Cold in the grave she is sleeping
I have no mother now

George S. MILLER and Emily LANE had the following children:

James Anderson MILLER was born on 27 JUN 1835. He died on 03 AUG 1835.

Elizabeth L. MILLER was born on 02 AUG 1836. She married James CRANE on 2 MAR 1854.

Amanda C. MILLER was born about 1838. She married D. Frank GARNES on 9 NOV 1858.

Sidney Ann MILLER was born on 29 JUN 1841. She married George W. SHAMBLIN on 7 NOV 1858.

Bartlett F. MILLER was born on 21 SEP 1843 in Kanawha County, Virginia. He died on 25 FEB 1914 in Jackson County, West Virginia. He married Madline D. CASTO on 15 SEP 1867 in Jackson County, West Virginia. She was born in DEC 1848 in Jackson County, Virginia. She died in 1915.

Courtney F. MILLER was born on 15 JAN 1846. She died on 13 AUG 1895. She married John W. WOLF on 24 MAR 1864 in Jackson County, West Virginia.

Unnamed MILLER was born on 16 MAR 1848. Unnamed died on 16 MAR 1848.

Lucinda MILLER was born on 22 MAR 1849. She died on 27 JAN 1917. She married Elijah COLEMAN on 23 JAN 1870 in Jackson County, West Virginia.

Spicer P. MILLER was born on 15 JAN 1852 in Virginia. He died on 1 DEC 1905. He married Lena J. RITTER on 18 OCT 1871.

Arminta C. MILLER was born on 24 MAY 1854 in Virginia. She died on 28 OCT 1889. She married J. CLINTON on 12 APR 1874.

Joseph Black MILLER was born on 27 MAR 1857 in Jackson County, Virginia. He died on 11 JUL 1894 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He married Mary A. "Aunt Molly" FISHER, daughter of Franklin FISHER and Nancy KOONTZ, on 26 APR 1877 in Kanawha Co, West Virginia. She was born on 27 AUG 1860 in Virginia. She died on 1 FEB 1940 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia.

Robert B. MILLER was born on 15 SEP 1859 in Virginia. He died on 21 MAY 1878.

David H. MILLER was born on 9 JUN 1862 in Virginia. He died on 21 OCT 1915 in St Albans, Kanawha County, West Virginia. He married Martha Ellen GOODWIN on 4 OCT 1880 in Jackson County, West Virginia. (For Details See NOTE #2)


THIRD GENERATION - Joseph Black Miller (27 MAR 1857 - 11 JUL 1894)

Joseph Black MILLER was born on 27 MAR 1857 in Jackson County, Virginia. He died on 11 JUL 1894 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He married Mary A. "Aunt Molly" FISHER, daughter of Franklin FISHER and Nancy KOONTZ, on 26 APR 1877 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. She was born on 27 AUG 1860. She died on 1 FEB 1940 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia.

Notes for Mary A. "Aunt Molly Fisher”:

After Joseph Black Miller died in 1894, “Aunt Molly” married a Mr Slater.

Obituary for Molly Slater:

“Mrs. Mollie Slater, 81, member of a pioneer Kanawha Valley family died yesterday morning at the home of a son, Heber Slater, of 813 Hendricks Avenue after an extended illness. Her body was removed to the Noble Long Mortuary. Mrs. Slater was a native of Sissonville. She was born 27 AUG 1858, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin FISHER. She had lived in Charleston the past 30 years.”

“Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Joseph Reed and Mrs. Amanda Phillips of Sissonville; two sons by a former marriage, Corbitt  Miller of Sissonville and Wayne Miller of Frog's Creek; five sisters, Mrs. Alie Fisher and Mrs. Glen Slater of North Charleston; Mrs. George Thomas of Kelley's Creek; Mrs. Howard McCormick; and Mrs. William Pritt and two brothers, Alfred Fisher and Russell Fisher, all of Sissonville.”

"Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow at the Mountain Mission with burial in the Fisher Cemetery on Sissonville Road. Rev. Delbert Cavender, Hobson D. Fisher and Rev. J. C. Fisher will officiate. Active pallbearers will be Brady Smith, Ernest Fisher, Carl and O. V. Slater, Joseph Reed and Otis Thaxton."

Joseph Black MILLER and Mary A. "Aunt Molly" FISHER had the following children:

Delbert Wayne MILLER was born on 13 APR 1886 in Kanawha County, Virginia. He died on 30 AUG 1964 in Sissonville, Kanawha County, West Virginia. He married Icie Erdine Cunningham, daughter of George Summer CUNNINGHAM and Mildred Acquilla LOVEJOY, on 29 MAR 1914 in Kanawha County. She was born on 19 DEC 1893 in Sigman, Putnam County, Virginia. She died on 13 DEC 1980 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia.

Franklin MILLER was born in MAY 1878 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He died before 1910. He married Julia PRITT in 1899 in Kanawha, West Virginia. She was born on 14 OCT 1876 in West Virginia. She died on 20 JUL 1954 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. (For Details See NOTE #3)

MYRTLE M. MILLER was born on 19 JUN 1888 in Poca District, Kanawha County, West
Virginia.

DORA MILLER was born on 20 SEP 1889 in West Virginia. She died on 25 AUG 1987 at the home of her son, Clifford MATT, in Sissonville, WV.

Dode MILLER was born in 1890.

Ivy Corbett MILLER was born on 10 JAN 1893 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He died on 18 OCT 1961. He married Lessie A. MILLER. She was born about 1894 in West Virginia. (For Details See NOTE #4)


FOURTH GENERATION - Delbert Wayne Miller (13 APR 1886 - 30 AUG 1964)

Delbert Wayne MILLER was born on 13 APR 1886 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He died on 30 AUG 1964 in Sissonville, Kanawha County, West Virginia. He married Icie Erdine Cunningham, daughter of George Summer CUNNINGHAM and Mildred Acquilla LOVEJOY, on 29 MAR 1914 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. She was born on 19 DEC 1893 in Sigman, Putnam County, Virginia. She died on 13 DEC 1980 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia.

{ 1850 Census for Jackson County, book 2, page 458 shows George S. Cunningham as owing 225 ½ acres in Pocatalico. }

Notes for Delbert Wayne Miller:

Wayne had a 200 acre farm on Frog's Creek near Sissonville, West Virginia. Wayne's farm lie in a valley as you came over the mountain from George Cunningham's (Icie's parents) farm on Kelly's Creek road. To arrive at his farm, you could drive over a dirt road which was usually not passable to automobiles due to large rocks sticking up out of the red clay. The more common and more passable route to their farm was to drive to George Summer Cunningham's farm and climb down a narrow and sometimes steep mountain path. This was quite interesting while carrying groceries, packages or a suitcase for a visit.

At the bottom of the mountain was a man-made trout pond which also served as a source of water for his cattle. There are many stories of "the Big One" that got away from his son Delbert (Deb) who liked to fish the pond. You would then walk through the cow pasture across a small trickle of a creek, past the log barn on the right and the pig stye on the left, turn right before the chicken coop past Grandma Miller's vegetable garden to the small two bedroom house with no running water and an outhouse.

After an 8 hour car ride and a walk down the mountain you stepped up to the back porch, where there was a well with the coolest, sweetest water. In the kitchen there was a wood burning stove to cook on and in the living room a pot bellied stove to keep the small house warm in the winter. Wayne and Icie slept on a double bed in the living room. Their granddaughter, Carol Milam, remembers watching the Grand Old Opry on a small black and white television in the living room. There was also an old gramophone in the living room as well.

While Icie was reserved and quiet, Wayne was very social. He would take his son-in-law and grandsons hunting for squirrel or rabbit. After dinner, the visitors and Wayne would sit on the front porch and talk until dark. It was very peaceful to look out over the hay stacks and the corn fields to the road and listen to the crickets sing as the sun went down.

As they got older, Wayne and Icie moved into the "hard road" near Sissonville because their children became concerned about getting them to medical services if they could not walk up the mountain. I don't know if they were ever happy leaving the farm, but they lived with their children, Lois and Delbert, for many years until Wayne passed away.

Notes for Icie Erdine Cunningham:

Icie was a quiet woman who tended her chores of cooking, tending the chickens, gathering eggs, vegetable gardening, milking the cows, making her own butter in a churn and keeping house. She seldom sat down to eat with the family, but rather waited until after everyone else was done, then sat down and ate by herself. After she would clear the table and wash the dishes, she would start to get ready for bed. She would take down her long braided coal-black hair and comb and comb it before going to bed. As she grew older, she would read the Bible until she lost her eye sight in her later years.

She had two grown children and a grandson who lived with her and Wayne on the farm on Frog's Creek, Kanawha County. Lois and Delbert lived at home and took care of their parents. Delbert's son Cliff Allen lived with them until he graduated high school and entered into the military.

Icie collected a few old coins in a torn black rayon change purse. They were old Indian nickels with the dates almost worn off.

Delbert Wayne MILLER and Icie Erdine CUNNINGHAM had the following children:

Christina Leota MILLER was born on 1 SEP 1915 on a 200 acre farm on Frog's Creek near Sissonville, Kanawha County, West Virginia. She died on 15 JAN 2002 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. She married William Freer Milam Sr, son of Claude Egbert Milam and Girtha Jane Fisher, on 8 NOV 1940 in Russell, Kentucky. He was born on 19 JUN 1912  on a 200 acre farm near Sissonville, Kanawha County, West Virginia. He died on 13 AUG 1993 in Wintersville, Jefferson County, Ohio.

Lois Faye MILLER was born in 1918 on Frog's Creek, Kanawha County, West Virginia. She died in 1968 in Sissonville, Kanawha County, Virginia. She married Willian Dexter BLACKSHIRE in 1951 in Kanawha County, West Virginia.

George Ray MILLER was born on 3 OCT 1923 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. Ray Miller served in World War II in Germany and was stationed at one point in the Black Forest. George Ray was therefore most likely in the US Seventh Army. He rose to the rank of Sergeant. For a number of years he was a sales representative for Planters Peanuts then he started his own company which represented a candy companies. He died on 24 NOV 1999 in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia. He married Edith Avaleen HARRISON in 1946 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. She was born on 11 JAN 1925 in Liberty, Kanawha County, West Virginia. She died on 7 MAR 1998.

George Ray MILLER and Edith Avaleen HARRISON had the following children:

David MILLER.

Gary Allen MILLER.

Delbert “Deb” Vestis MILLER was born on 29 DEC 1929 on the farm on Frog's Creek, Kanawha County, West Virginia. He died on 23 FEB 1995. He married Barbara SMITH in 1953 in Kanawha County, West Virginia, before he joined the Army during the Korean War.

Notes for Delbert Vestis Miller:

Delbert served in the United States Army from 28 NOV 1951 when he enlisted until 27 JUL 1953 during the Korean War He was stationed for most of those two years in South Korea where he was sharp shooter near the DMZ. He raised his son Cliff with the help of his sister, Lois, and his parents. He worked construction until he was injured in a fall from a scaffold.

Delbert Vestis MILLER and Barbara SMITH had the one child:

Cliff MILLER was born on 24 JUL 1954. He married Nina Mae WYRICK.

 

{ Delbert Wayne Miller and Julia Pritt had the following child: Faye V. MILLER born on 25 AUG 1912 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. She died on 12 DEC 2009. }


SIXTH GENERATION - Christina Leota Miller (1 SEP 1915 - 15 JAN 2002)

Christina Leota MILLER was born on 1 SEP 1915 on a farm on Frog's Creek, Kanawha County, West Virginia. She died on 15 JAN 2002 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. She married William Freer MILAM Sr, son of Claude Egbert Milam and Girtha Jane Fisher, on 8 Nov 1940 in Russell, Kentucky, USA. He was born on 19 JUN 1912 on a 200 acre farm near Sissonville, Kanawha County, West Virginia, USA. He died on 13 AUG 1993 in Wintersville, Jefferson, Ohio, USA.

Notes for Christina Leota Miller:

Christina loved education and learning. She walked miles to the one room school house on Frog's Creek. It only provided grades 1 through 8. She asked her parents if she could go to high school in Sissonville. Her mother wanted her to stay at home to help care for the younger children and the farming chores. But her father arranged for her to board with the Newhouse family in Sissonville during the Winter.  She cleaned their house and did laundry in exchange for room and board. During the day, she went to Sissonville High School.

She pushed all of her children to perform well in school. She helped them learn their multiplication tables and practice their spelling words. She wanted her sons to be doctors and for her daughter to go to college to meet and marry a doctor! She was a good baker and made a very tasty pie crust which is not easy. She enjoyed learning new recipes from friends and then tweaking them to be even better. She had a vegetable garden well into her 70's. There was a special black raspberry patch on a hillside near Wintersville, Ohio, where she would go to pick berries. Then she would make black berry pies and black raspberry jam. For many years she canned and froze vegetables from her garden.

Notes for William Freer Milam Sr:

William Freer Milam was born on a farm near Sissonville, W. Va. where he learned the life of a farmer. Although he worked in a steel mill when he grew up, he always had a vegetable garden and fruit trees similar to his youth. Freer, as he was known to his family and friends, was a proud man who always dressed very neatly and was rather reserved and private. He liked to have fine cars which he kept well cleaned and serviced. One day in 1959 he surprised his children by picking them up from school in a brand new, special order white Pontiac Bonneville convertible with white, pink and silver leather interior. It was a beautiful car which we all loved to ride in with the top down.

For recreation, he enjoyed going to horse races or dog races and also played golf. He once made a Hole-in-One and received a wooden ashtray trophy with an engraved plate with the ball mounted on it.

Freer worked for 44 years at the Weirton Steel Company and retired after a major injury due to a hit and run accident when coming home from work. A coal truck ran off the road and hit him near where his carpool dropped him off.

Freer told his daughter that his father lived by a creed -- "to live each day so as to hurt no one" -- and that he Freer also tried to live by that creed.

Freer and Christine enjoyed their grandchildren and always enjoyed their visits. Freer and his, Robbie, would play golf together. I believe they had a special relationship. After retirement, Christine and Freer liked to spend 2 months each Winter in Florida near St. Peterberg to be away from the cold and snow.

William Freer MILAM Sr and Christina Leota MILLER had the following children:

William Freer MILAM JR, MD was born on 02 Nov 1941 in Steubenville, Ohio. He married Agatha DEN HERTOG in 1971 while serving in the United States Air Force in then West Germany. She was born in Mijdrecht, Utrecht Province, The Netherlands in APR 1943.

Robert Perry MILAM, DPM was born on 12 Jun 1943 in Steubenville, Jefferson County, Ohio. He died on 14 Nov 2004 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He married (1) Alberta SANTUCCI. He married (2) Jackie.

Carol Sue MILAM, MPA was born on 10 Feb 1946 in Steubenville, Jefferson County, Ohio. She married Frank McDonald Ogden Jr, son of Frank McDonald OGDEN and Ruth Katherine PEAKER, on 17 FEB 1984 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio. Frank was born on 3 MAR 1943 in Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio.

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NOTE #1:

Joseph H. MILLER was born on 10 DEC 1810 in Nicholas County, Virginia. He died on 4 OCT 1900 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He married Rebecca FISHER, daughter of John FISHER and Lucretia "Lucy" HARRISON, on 18 APR 1833 in Kanawha County, Virginia. She was born on 14 JUL 1812. She died on 6 FEB 1863.  Second, he married  Vanila KENNISON on 17 SEP 1863. Finally, he married Mary SPRIEGEL on 13 JAN 1867.

Joseph H. MILLER and Rebecca FISHER had the following children:

Elihul MILLER was born on 18 JAN 1834 in Nicholas County, Virginia. He died on 12 APR 1909 in Jackson County, West Virginia. He married Louisa Eliza CARNEY on 24 MAR 1856 in Kanawha County, Virginia.

John MILLER was born on 16 OCT 1835 in Kanawha County, Virginia. He died on 20 MAR 1925 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He married Lettitia FISHER on 13 DEC 1856 in Jackson County, Virginia.

Franklin Dock MILLER was born on 1 OCT 1837 in Kanawha County, Virginia. He died about 1926 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He married Mary Sally THAXTON on 9 DEC 1859 in Kanawha County, Virginia.

Mary E. MILLER was born on 12 DEC 1839 in Kanawha County, Virginia. She died on 29 OCT 1923 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. She married James David THAXTON on 26 OCT 1860 in Kanawha County, Virginia.


NOTE #2

David H. MILLER was born on 9 JUN 1862 in Virginia. He died on 21 OCT 1915 in St Albans, Kanawha County, West Virginia. He married Martha Ellen GOODWIN on 4 OCT 1880 in Jackson County, West Virginia.

David H. MILLER and Martha Ellen GOODWIN had the following children:

Living MILLER was born on 9 NOV 1897.

Melvin Van Buren MILLER was born on 16 MAY 1884. He died on 3 MAY 1912.

Eli Otmer MILLER. He married Mary RANDOLPH on 5 JUN 1909.

Doley MILLER was born on 31 JAN 1889. She died on 21 FEB.

Leota MILLER was born on 6 JUL 1892. She married Heber Addison SLATER. He
was born in AUG 1895 in West Virginia. He died in Morehead, Rowan County,
Kentucky.

Leota MILLER and Heber Addison SLATER had the following child: Mary Ellen SLATER. Born about 1915. She married Orville HAYNES.


NOTE #3

Franklin MILLER was born in MAY 1878 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He died before 1910. He married Julia PRITT in 1899 in Kanawha, West Virginia. She was born on 14 OCT 1876 in West Virginia. She died on 20 JUL 1954 in Kanawha County, West Virginia.

Franklin MILLER and Julia PRITT had the following children:

Opie MILLER was born on 29 AUG 1903 in West Virginia. He died in JAN 1983 in
Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia.

Emma Z. MILLER was born about 1906 in West Virginia. She died on 7 AUG 1934 in Kanawha County, West Virginia.

Oto MILLER was born on 1 MAR 1907 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He died on 11 JUL 1978.


NOTE #4

Ivy Corbett MILLER was born on 10 JAN 1893 in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He died on 18 OCT 1961. He married Lessie A. MILLER. She was born about 1894 in West Virginia.

Ivy Corbett MILLER and Lessie A. MILLER had the following children:

Mildred MILLER was born about 1914 in West Virginia.

William B. MILLER was born about 1917 in West Virginia.

Marshall M. MILLER was born about 1920 in West Virginia.

Wilda MILLER was born about 1929 in West Virginia.

 

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