My name is Dianna Hale Mattingly, and I am the new county coordinator for the Miller County MOGenWeb page (which was founded by Ted Hitt). If you see any errors on these pages or can contribute information, please let me know. If you would like to volunteer to host a county in Missouri contact Dianna Hale Mattingly.I have newly updated ALL the cemeteries in Miller County and have added a few new cemeteries since they were originally inventoried.
*** Also, among the new listings are MILLER COUNTY CREMATIONS AND GREENMORE MEMORIAL GARDENS in MORGAN COUNTY and FREEDOM CEMETERY in MARIES COUNTY - NEW - 2015- - PAST MILLER COUNTY RESIDENTS (those who were born in Miller County)- - These are listed at the beginning of my Miller County Cemetery listings
**** I have listed new in 2015 an alphabetical listing of those who are interred in Miller County cemeteries and include what cemetery they are in. I have them listed as Interred - A thru B; C thru E; F thru G; H; I thru L; M thru P; Q thru U; and V thru Z. This also includes several interred that the information was illegible and it is listed as incomplete - - - However, the interred listings DOES NOT INCLUDE the listings from Cremations; Greenmore Memorial or the Freedom cemetery. The alphabetical listings are Miller County Cemeteries only...
Some of the cremations listings are actually burials, but I add what cemetery they are buried in since they were area residents or were at one time.
Miller County is a county located in Central Missouri in the United States. Its county seat is Tuscumbia. Miller County was organized February 6, 1837, from Cole and Pulaski counties and named for John Miller, governor of Missouri. **** According to other records it was named after Pinckney Story Miller. He is buried in the Mt Pleasant Cemetery. Pinkney Story Miller - 23 Mar. 1827 – 19 June 1912 - 1st male white child born in Miller County. You can find articles about Pinkney Story Miller and his family and life online.I have tried to show a special thank you to all of our Veterans by mentioning this fact and what branch they served in by each of their lisiting. **** What is a Veteran? A "Veteran" - whether active duty, discharged, retired, or reserve - is someone who, at one point in their life, wrote a blank check made payable to the "United States of America," for an amount of "up to, and including their life." This is a great honor.