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Mary MillerAge: 8218301913

Name
Mary Miller
Surname
Miller
Given names
Mary
Birth September 28, 1830 43 40
Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.

Death of a fatherAbner Miller
March 19, 1864 (Age 33)
Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.

Death of a motherSally Lyman
December 9, 1882 (Age 52)
Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.

Death of a sisterEsther Miller
1898 (Age 67)
Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.

Death of a sisterCatharine Urania Miller
1898 (Age 67)

Death of a brotherHenry Giles Miller
December 11, 1899 (Age 69)
Eureka Springs, Ark.

Death of a sisterFrances Helen Miller
May 15, 1902 (Age 71)
Minneapolis, Minn.

Death of a sisterJeanette Lyman Miller
August 31, 1906 (Age 75)
Williamstown, Mass.

Death of a sisterSarah Miller
February 11, 1908 (Age 77)
Minneapolis, Minn.

Death January 16, 1913 (Age 82)
Minneapolis, Minn.

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father
Abner Miller
Birth: June 25, 1787Middletown, Conn
Death: March 19, 1864Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.
mother
Sally Lyman
Birth: October 27, 1789Middletown, Conn.
Death: December 9, 1882Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.
 
Marriage: January 20, 1818Middletown, Conn.
9 months
elder sister
Jeanette Lyman Miller
Birth: October 20, 1818 31 28Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.
Death: August 31, 1906Williamstown, Mass.
16 months
elder sister
Sarah Miller
Birth: February 11, 1820 32 30Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.
Death: February 11, 1908Minneapolis, Minn.
2 years
elder sister
Frances Helen Miller
Birth: March 29, 1822 34 32Westmoreland, New York
Death: May 15, 1902Minneapolis, Minn.
22 months
elder brother
Henry Giles Miller
Birth: February 2, 1824 36 34Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.
Death: December 11, 1899Eureka Springs, Ark.
3 years
elder sister
Esther Miller
Birth: 1826 38 36Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.
Death: 1898Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.
3 years
elder sister
Catharine Urania Miller
Birth: 1828 40 38
Death: 1898
3 years
Mary Miller
Birth: September 28, 1830 43 40Westmoreland, Oneida County, n.y.
Death: January 16, 1913Minneapolis, Minn.

 
Note

She was the first school teacher in the Minneapolis Public Schools, and the present Girls Vocational School there is named "Mary Miller," for her. Her marriage took place in the home of Col. John-Harrington Stevens.