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William and Sara Elizabeth (Hildebrant) Miller Family

Photos and captions contributed by Rachael Straub 30 December 2003
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This photo is of my great great great grandparents William Miller and Sara Elizabeth Hildebrant Miller at their home in 20 Mile Stand, Ohio. Photo thought to be taken between 1910 and 1920. William Miller died in 1923
Photo of them with four of their daughters, Minnie Rachael Miller Schuermann, Sara, Lenora Miller Schweninger Broermann, Myrtle Miller Frazier, William, and Anna Miller. Minnie was my great great grandmother, this photo is also taken on their property. Photo thought to be taken between 1910 and 1920. William Miller died in 1923

Julius Schuermann, his wife Minnie and their daughters, Luella and Verena. I believe this one was taken about 1905.

Miinie's husband my great great grandfather Julius J. Schuermann was a professional photographer and owned a studio in Warren County, OH, later in Clinton, Iowa and later yet in Sturgis Michigan. I have to ask my mother what the name of the studio in Warren County was.

Anna Miller at the house. Anna died in 1924 at the age of 34 and I would say from the photo she's about 30, we believe this photo is not long before she passed.
A picture of Myrtle Miller and her husband who's first name we don't know but his last name was Frazier. Her married name is listed in the family bible. This photo was probably taken the same time [about 1920]
Lenora Miller and her second husband Harry Broermann and her son from her first marriage Harry Schweninger. I would say this one is about 1920 or so because Harry S. looks about 12 or 13.

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