Michael N.  Miller Family Research
Michael N. Miller Family Research
Michael N. Miller Birth: 31 January 1820 in Wayne County, Indiana Death: 8 September 1910 in Franklin, Franklin County, Nebraska Burial: Rose Hill Cemetery, Hebron, Thayer County, Nebraska Parents: Occupation: Farmer, Grocer Other Spouses: Elizabeth Fischer, Sarah Jane Moore, Mrs. Marion Hayward Military Service: Civil War, see other sources. Marriage: 30 August 1848 in Mercer County, Illinois License no. 00000366 Mercer Co, IL Vol 00A Elizabeth Southern Birth: 23 March 1820 in Giles County, Virginia Death: 9 September 1899 in Millersburg, Mercer County, Illinois Burial: Oak Ridge Cemetery, Millersburg, Mercer County, Illinois Parents: John Southern and Elizabeth Duncan Other Spouses: Floyd Duncan Children: Charles M. Miller Theodore C. Miller Mercer Pulaski Miller Emma J. Miller Walter A. Miller Theresa Miller Stephen A. Miller Census Information: 1850 1860 Millersburg, Mercer County, Illinois Census Image Miller, Michael N. 41 IN Grocer Elizabeth 40 VA Sarah E. 16 IL William J. 15 IL Charles M. 11 IL Theodore C. 9 IL Pulaski 7 IL Emma J. 6 IL Walter A. 4 IL Terissa 2 IL Southern, John 45 VA Laborer 1870 Millersburg, Mercer County, Illinois Census Image Image, Page 2 Miller, Elizabeth 49 VA Keeping House Theodore 18 IL Farm Laborer Pulaski 16 IL Farm Laborer Emma 15 IL Walter 13 IL Theresa 11 IL Stephen W. D. 9 IL Bridgford, Hiram 44 OH Looks like Home Maker? 1870 Hobbs Precinct, Jefferson, Nebraska Census Image Miller, Michael 50 IN Farmer Naylor, Alexander 67 KY Farmer Naylor, Flavius 24 IL Farmer Naylor, Isabella 20 IL Keeping House 1880 Millersburg, Mercer County, Illinois Miller, Elizabeth 60 VA NC NC Keeping House Divorced Pulaski 26 IL IN NC Farm Laborer Walter 23 IL IN NC Farm Laborer Emma 24 IL IN NC Seamstress Stephen 19 IL IN NC Blacksmith Duncan, Ella 11 IL IL OH Granddaughter David 7 IL IL OH Grandson 1880 Hebron, Thayer County, Nebraska Miller, Michael 60 IN GER FRA Farmer Miller, Mary 39 SCOT SCOT SCOT Wife Miller, James 6/12 NE IN SCOT Son Edgar, Nellie 18 WI WI SCOT SDau School Teacher Smith, Delannie 16 WI WI SCOT SDau Hayward, L. 12 WI WI SCOT SDau Hayward, Cordelia 10 WI WI SCOT SDau Lewis, Frank 24 NC NC NC Works farm Phillips, James 18 IL IL IL Works farm 1900 Hebron, Thayer County, Nebraska Census Image Miller, Michael 80 Jan 1820 IN GER FRA Retired Farmer Miller, Marian 58 Oct 1841 SCOT SCOT SCOT Immigrated 1850, here 50yrs 9 children, 5 living Married 39 yrs since first marriage Michael's says 59 yrs since first marriage 1910 Marion Township, Franklin County, Nebraska Census Image Miller, Michael 90 IN GER FRA Own Income Marriage #4 32yrs Miller, Marion 68 SCOT SCOT SCOT Marriage #3 32yrs 8 children, 4 living Other sources: Civil War Service Records Name: Michael N Miller , Residence: Millersburg, Illinois Enlistment Date: 11 August 1862 Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served: Union State Served: Illinois Unit Numbers: 368 Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 11 August 1862 Enlisted in Company I, 45th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 11 August 1862. 1891 Roster of Nebraska Veterans, Illinois Enlistees: M. N. Miller, Private, Co I, 45th Infantry, living at Hebron 1893 Roster of Nebraska Veterans, Illinois Enlistees: Michael Miller, Private, Co I, 45th Infantry, living at Hebron 1895 Roster of Nebraska Veterans, Illinois Enlistees: Michael Miller, Private, Co I, 45th Infantry, living at Hebron Grand Army of the Republic Roster: Post 17, Hebron, Thayer County, NE: Michael Miller, IL 45th Inf Post 136, Franklin, Franklin County, NE: Michael Miller, IL 45th Inf 1890 Nebraska State Business Gazeteer: Hebron, Thayer County, Nebraska M.N. Miller, Farmer, Hebron W.A. Miller, Farmer, Hebron 1882 History of Mercer and Henderson Counties, Illinois: Latter-Day Saints' Church The third and last of the churches now represented in Millersburg is the Latter-Day Saints' church, not unfrequently called Mormons, but the people of this faith here detest the very idea of polygamy. This doctrine of the church was first preached in the county about 1840, by Elder G.M. Hinkle. The first society in the county was organized in 1861 in Duncan township. The members of this faith then at Millersburg worshiped with the congregation in Duncan township till 1872, when they were organized into a distinct society, which met at private residences for worship for a short time after its organization, and other buildings suitable, till 1876, when they built their present church-house at a cost of $600. The first members were as follows: W.S. Morrison, Joseph Harris, James Vernon, Eliza Vernon, Viola Vernon, J.M. Terry, Mary Terry, Elizabeth, Emma, Stephen, Theresa, James and Nancy Miller, Jasper, Mary, Mary E., Clara, Juliet, Adelaide and Edward Duncan, Hannah Terry, Margaret Brown, William Cardman, Sarah Cardman, Elizabeth Webb. The present members number forty-six. Michael N. Miller Source: The Hebron Register, September 16, 1910, p. 6 Mr. Michael N. Miller, a former resident of this county died at his late home in Franklin, Nebraska, Thurday, September 8, 1910 and the remains, accompanied by his wife and son James, son-in-law Arthur Waterman and a Mr. Robinson, were brought to Hebron for burial. The funeral was held at Rose Hill Cemetery Friday afternoon, the service being conducted by the members of Morton Post G.A.R. of which deceased was a member. The ritualistic service was used. Mr. Miller enlisted June 22, 1862 in the 45th Illinois infantry and was discharged in July 1863 and was about 91 years of age at the time of his death. He first came to Nebraska and to Thayer county in 1866 but with the other few settlers here at that time was driven out by the Indians in 1867, returning in 1869 he took as a homestead what is now the present county farm four miles east of Hebron. He sold this farm to the county and purchased a farm a few miles south on Dry Creek which he improved and upon which he continued to reside up to 1904 when he sold out and with his wife went to Grand Island to try life in the Soldier's home. He was not contented there howeve and later moved to Franklin where he bought a comfortable home for himself and wife in which he continued to reside up to the time of his death. From the Franklin County Paper: Michael Miller Dead Michael Miller, died at his home in Franklin, Wednesday night, Sept 7, aged 90 years, 7 months and 7 days. The remains are to be shipped to Hebron for burial. Deceased was born in Wayne Co., Indiana, Jan 31 1820. His wife, five sons and two daughters survive him. Of the sons, Walter and James reside in this vicinity. Stephen, Theodore and Mercer live in Illinois. One daughter lives in Illinois and one in Missouri. If you are researching this family, please contact me at my Email Address. Thanks!
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