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John Miller
b.13 October 1772 Augusta County, Virginia
m. AUG 1756
  1. Robert Millerest 1758/59 - 1828
  2. Mary Millerabt 1762 - aft 1847
  3. Jean Millerest 1768-1778 -
  4. John Miller1772 - 1854
  5. Elizabeth Miller1774 - 1831
  6. Alexander Miller1775 - bef 1840
  7. Margaret Millerest 1775-1785 -
  • HJohn Miller1772 - 1854
  • WJane Hodge1780 - 1836
m. 14 JAN 1803
  1. Patrick Henry Miller1803 -
  2. James Hodge Miller1805 - 1893
  3. Robert H. Miller1810 -
  4. Jean 'Jane' Miller1812 - 1835
  5. Ervin Benson Miller1815 - 1856
  6. Andrew Alexander Miller1818 - 1898
  7. Mary Ann Miller1821 - 1885
  8. Margaret Elizabeth Miller1823 - abt 1870
  9. William Erskine Miller1825 - 1901
Facts and Events
Name John Miller
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 13 October 1772 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 14 JAN 1803 Augusta County, Virginiato Jane Hodge
Alt Marriage 27 January 1803 Greenbrier County, Virginiato Jane Hodge
Death[1] 1854 prob. Monroe County, Virginia

John Miller was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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John Miller is mentioned in the Revolutionary War Service Pension file of his brother, Robert Miller.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Jean or Jane Hodge (1780-1836) was apparently of English descent. Her father was John Hodge (1742?-1797), elder son of Samuel Hodge (d. 1773), an immigrant who had been a pioneer settler on the Calfpasture River in Augusta County, Virginia, in the 1740s. Her mother was Jane Hamilton (b. 1749?). Jean was born on February 26, 1780. On January 27, 1803, she married John Miller (1772-1854), who was likewise a native of Augusta County. In 1805, they moved across the Alleghenies to settle on Lick Creek in Greenbrier County, Virginia (now Summers County, West Virginia). They had nine children who survived to adulthood.

    http://boards.ancestry.com/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=1122&p=surnames.hodge
  2. The Millers first settled at Staunton, Virginia. Patrick Miller's son John was born in Bath County, VA October 13, 1772.

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