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Miller Family Obituaries

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Arne H Trelvik

Daniel Miller (ca.1797-1873)

UNION VILLAGE, O., Oct. 14, 1873
Friend McClintock: As you desire a knowledge of passing events of interest, I would inform you of the departure for the summer land, on the 10th inst. of our brother Daniel Miller, at the ripe age of 76 years, after an illness of about ten days. He has been a member of the Shaker Society for about 68 years - his parents and family united with the Society soon after its organization in 1805. He was generally known throughout this part of the country, and wherever known, was universally respected and loved.

Yours Kindly,
T. J. Embree

Source: Western Star 15 October 1873 [copy from microfilm located at the Warren County Genealogical Society]

Chuck Griffen
15 Dec 2004

Harry Miller (1858-1903)

Harry Miller, a colored veteran of the Civil War, died at Harveysburg Wednesday after a long period of affliction. He is survived by a wife and three children. Funeral took place Friday and burial in Miami Cemetery.

Source: Miami Gazette (Waynesville, Ohio), Wednesday, October 28, 1903, page 2 column 1


  • Warren County Assessors Death Records entry
    Miller, Harry (Black) b. Ky. d. Harv. 21 Oct 1903 age 45-3-12 [calculated birth date 9 Jul 1858 - would be too young to serve in the Civil War]
  • McClure Funeral Home Record entry, Volume 3 page 127
    Harry Miller died 21 Oct 1903, funeral 23 Oct 1903, $50 paid by commissioners 2 Nov 1903
  • Miami Cemetery Register of Interments does not have an entry for a Harry Miller buried in 1903


Arne H Trelvik
21 September 2016

Henry Miller (ca. 1818-1899)

Henry C. Miller Dead.
One of the best known and honored citizens of Lebanon, Henry C. Miller, died at his home on West Main street, last Sunday afternoon about 4 o'clock, with heart disease. He had not been well for several weeks, but with his usual energy did not give up and died sitting in a chair, at the age of 71 years.

Mr. Miller was perhaps one of the best known men in the county. He was a public spirited citizen always on the look out for the best interests of the town and its surroundings. he has filled a number of offices in the corporation at different times and filled them to the entire satisfaction of the people by whom he was chosen.

Intelligent, bright and conscientious he was a man of unusual ability and sincere motives. A devoted an loving husband and father, considerate and kind to the poor and needy. His life was full and noble. There were few men in Lebanon who were respected and honored as was Henry C. Miller. His social qualities were of high order. He delighted to gather around him his friends, whom he enlightened and amused with his quiet wit and lively humor. Yet with these qualities he had a solid, strong, logical, honest mind. He was greatly averse to any show or pretense, and the element of vanity was unknown in his nature. Kindly and obliging he made friends and kept them and his death is sincerely mourned by all who knew him.

The funeral took place from the residence Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by the Rev. Mr. Cornell of Franklin.

Source: unnamed 1899 newspaper. [copy obtained from obituary collection at the Warren County Genealogical Society]

Arne H Trelvik
17 Dec 2005

Nancy Miller (ca. 1876-1943)

Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy Miller, 67, of Loveland, mother of William R. Miller, Foreman, Dept. 225, and mother-in-law of Joseph W. Kehoe, Chief Supervisor of Production, were held April 17 in the Tuft Funeral Home, Loveland. The Rev. Maxey of Christian Church officiated. Interment was in Maineville Cemetery.

Mrs. Miller, who succumbed April 15, following a long illness, is survived by her husband, George W. Miller; two sons, Virgil and William, and one daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Kehoe.

Pall bearers were William and Virgil Miller and Charles and Joseph Kehoe.
Mr. Miller and Mr. Kehoe join in extending their appreciation of the sympathy shown by employees in both plants following Mrs. Miller's death.

Source: The Primer, King Mills Ordnance Plant, May 1943

Arne H Trelvik
27 Jan 2008

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