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d.bef. December 1815 Bath County, Virginia
  1. Patrick MillerABT 1736 - bef 1815
  2. James Miller, Sr.BEF 1738 - BET 1812 AND 1814
  3. Sarah MillerABT 1740 -
  4. Martha MillerABT 1742 -
  5. Margaret MillerABT 1743 -
  6. Francis MillerABT 1744 - bef 1776
  • HPatrick MillerABT 1736 - bef 1815
  • WMary Blackabt 1738 - 1805
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 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4][5][6] Patrick Miller
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1736 on board the ship to America
Marriage AUG 1756 Augusta County, Virginiato Mary Black
Military? 1758 Soldier in War between Great Britain and France in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers in 1758
Other? 1772 James Knox, a neighbor toBlack and the uardian of Jane Usher, was living on the Floyd Kinkead farm. He died and in 1772 the farm passed to Patrick MillerInherited
Other? 1780 Augusta Co. (183) Following allowed certificates for land for military services: John Kinkead, Thomas Hicklin, Robert Gwin, Lofftus Pullin, William Black, Patrick Miller, William Jackson, in Capt. Wm. Preston's Company of Rangers, 1758Land Grant
Other? 1780 [[Place:For Military Services: John Kinkead, Thomas Hicklin, Robert Gwin, Lofftus Pullin, William Black, Patrick Miller, William Jackson, In Capt. Wm. Preston's Company of Rangers, . [Chalkley Vol, Singapore|For military services: John Kinkead, Thomas Hicklin, Robert Gwin, Lofftus Pullin, William Black, Patrick Miller, William Jackson, in Capt. Wm. Preston's Company of Rangers, 1758. [Chalkley vol 1, p.212, AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS, ORDER BOOK No. XVII.]]]Awarded Land Certificate
Will? 16 OCT 1787 (407) Admn. of John Miller granted his son, Patrick Miller.
Other? 1790 Listed, living in Augusta Co., VATax List
Other? 1800 NOT Listed in Augusta Co., VATax List 2
Census? 1810 VA 1810 Federal Census Index
Death? bef. December 1815 Bath County, Virginia
Other? Scots-IrishDescent

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


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's (unless listed otherwise):


  • Page 115B.--16th February, 1762. Samuel ( ) Hinds and Isabella ( ) to Patrick Miller, £25, two tracts on South River Shanandoe: 1st, 139 acres patented to Wm. Thompson, 20th August, 1748, and conveyed to Samuel, 29th August, 1750; 2d, six acres patented to Samuel, 14th February, 1761, joining Turk's land.
  • Page 538.--13th August, 1769. James Knox and Jane to Patrick Miller, £70, 160 acres on Cowpasture, corner land in possession of Alexander. Teste: John Dickinson, Samuel Rrown, Ralph Laverty.
  • Page 187 - Patrick Miller, 45 acres, Cowpasture River. Adjoining William Black and his own land. July 25, 1771. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 67]. (Note: this record provides additional circumstantial evidence that Patrick's [probable] first wife was likely Mary Black, who was a sister of William Black who lived on the Cowpasture River).


Will of Patrick Miller

Pg. 81 - Will of Patrick Miller, dated Aug. 22, 1805.
Wit: Joseph Mayse, Alexander Taylor and Mathew Wallace
Probated December 1815 Court
Exec: son Alexander and friend John Brown
Beg: to son Alexander the home plantaion on the Cowpasture and adjoining properties
to daughter Margaret her living on the plantation until she is married. Alexander is to build her a home, convenient to his own, of hewn logs and shingles, and furnish her with meat and bread, to keep two cows for her and a "horse creature", four sheep and a half-acre of flax yearly
to sons Robert and John plantation on Lick Creek in Greenbrier Co, adjoining Samuel Givins, equally divided with Robert having first choice
to son Robert, Negro woman Cachmar (?)
to son John, Negro boy Abino (?)
to daughter Margaret 50 pounds, to be paid by Alexander
other property, except books and farming utensils, to be sold with equal division of the proceeds among children Jean Early, Mary Benson, Elizabeth Black, and Robert, John and Margaret Miller
to son Robert the family Bible
to sons Robert, John and Alexander the works of Josephus
to son John, Guthries Grammer
to sons [sic] Alexander his dictionary and the farm utensils


Pg. 85 - Inventory of sale of estate of Patrick Miller
Submitted by Alexander Miller, adm., February 1816
Buyers: Margaret Miller, Alexander Miller, John Brown, Ann Miller, Edward Stuart, William Stuart, William Benson, Ferdenan Kinkead, Eli Redman, James Douglas, James Botkin, Robert Wright, Robert Carpenter.


Pg. 87 - Inventory - Patrick Miller
Submitted Jan. 16, 1816 by Alexander Taylor, Joseph Wallace and William Benson
2 meet tubs, pack saddles, 1 hogshead, 2 small kegs, 1 old saddle and bridle, kitchen utensils, 1 hand reel, 225 ft. walnut plank, 100 ft. pine plank, grindstone, apple mill, tools, cooper's tools, household furniture, 25 lb. old pewter, shoemaker's bench and tools, 1 pair spectacles, hogs 5, cattle 12, sheep 14.
[Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 75-76].

Records of Patrick Miller in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:


  • Vol. 2 - Marriage License in Augusta County - 1756 - August, Patrick Miller. (Note: Bride's name not listed in this record).
  • Page 80.--17th November, 1761. John ( ) Miller and Morthew ( ) to John Kinkead, £80, 286 acres on Cowpasture. Delivered: Patrick Miller, 4th May, 1771.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 18, 1767. - (213) The following produced certificates for hemp: Hugh Miller, James Craig, James Montgomery, Wm. Male, James Lawrence, Thos. Wilson, John Hall, Pat. Miller, James Patterson, Robt. Frazier, Saml. Buckanon, John Hays, Jr.
  • Vol. 1 - FEBRUARY 15, 1780. - (183) Following allowed certificates for land for military services: John Kinkead, Thomas Hicklin, Robert Gwin, Lofftus Pullin, William Black, Patrick Miller, William Jackson, in Capt. Wm. Preston's Company of Rangers, 1758. Wm. Kinkead, Thomas Kinkead, John Montgomery, of Capt. Lewis's Company, Boquet's Expedition, 1764.
  • Page 267.--29th December, 1782. Inquisition at David Frame's before John McCreerey, one of the Coroners, on view of body of Gerrel Pheland-- Witnesses John McRoberts, James Young, that on said day they found said Wheland lying in the Cowpasture River without any wounds. Verdict: He was drowned in attempting to cross the river. Pat. Miller, Andrew Suttlington, Robt. McCreerey, Wm. Black, Alex. Black, Abram Hempenstall, David Frame, Jeremiah Frame, Mathias Benston, Sampson Willson, Chas. Cameron, James Henry.
  • Vol. 1 - OCTOBER 16, 1787. - (407) Admn. of John Miller granted his son, Patrick Miller.
  • Vol. 2 - Randolph's administrator vs. Kenny et alias--O. S. 300; N. S. 107-- Bill, 20th July, 1812, by William Randolph of Wilton. On 7th April, 1808. he sold to Chesley Kinney 331 acres in Augusta. Kinney claims deficiency. In 1747 Robert McClenachan sold said tract to David Stuart, who sold 57 acres to James Miller 20th August, 1748, yet on 14th February, 1763, sold the whole tract to John Miller. James Miller on 1st August, 1754, sold the 57 acres to Jones Henderson, who sold to John Parris 18th August, 1778. John Miller conveyed whole 331 acres to orator 18th October, 1784. David died, testate, in Augusta, leaving son John, now of Greenbrier; daughter Sebiny, alias Tibbey, alias Tabitha Stuart; daughter Elizabeth, who married Richard Woods of Albemarle, by whom she had 3 sons, William, George and Richard Woods; stepdaughter, Mary Pall. Sebiny Stuart married Samuel Williams of Greenbrier, by whom she had a son Richard and a daughter ____, who married Thomas Creigh of Greenbrier. Mary Pall left one child, a daughter, Mary, who married Cornelius Maupin and lives in Albemarle. John Miller died, intestate, leaving children, viz: Patrick, James and Sarah Miller. Sarah married Joseph Henderson of Augusta and had children, viz: John, Robert, Joseph, William, Sally, Jane, who married Alexander Buchanan, and Mary, who married Robert Morrison. Patrick and James Miller live in Bath. John and James Miller were brothers. John Stuart has a son Lewis Stuart. John Young deposes, in Augusta, 15th June, 1818, he knew John and James Miller. James was son of John. Deponent is 81 years old last March. He came to this country when 4 years old and has lived 6 miles from Staunton ever since. He was grown when he knew the Millers. Deponent is son of Hugh Young, who was security for Randal Lockhart, deputy sheriff, who defaulted in failing to return a writ of election and suit was brought. 15th June, 1818, William Robertson deposes, in Augusta, David Stuart's children and widow lived with Gen. George Mathews, who married a stepdaughter of David's; daughter of Mrs. Stuart, deponent. Captain is rising 70 years.
  • Vol. 2 - Page 77--Alex. Miller, executor of Patrick Miller, vs. Saml. Clark, trustee of Sampson Mathews, deceased. Involves land in Greenbrier.

Information on Patrick Miller

This account fails to mention the second wife in other sources. It is unknown if Patrick Miller had any children with his first wife, Mary Black. Based upon birthdates, it appears all of his children MAY have been born by his second wife, Susanne. More research may be necessary to determine the correct information.

Excerpt from the Will of Alexander Black Jr: (Mary Black's brother's Will)

"It is my will that all my estate except the slaves who are to be emancipated and except the specific devices hereinafter mentioned shall be equally divided among the children, who may be living at the time of my death, of my sister Rachel Givings, my sister Mary Miller, my sister Nancy McClung, my sister Peggy Phemster, and my brother William Black."

From Rootsweb:

Re: Patrick Miller b abt 1620s land grants Lancaster Co VA 1653-67 Posted by: Brenda Watson (ID *****2332) Date: November 03, 2007 at 17:54:30 In Reply to: Patrick Miller b abt 1620s land grants Lancaster Co VA 1653-67 by Betty Tartas of 273


I am reseaching my Patrick Miller's ancestors who lived in Augusta Co., VA of the Shenandoah Valley west of Lancaster County, VA. His father MAY have been John & his mother MAY have been Mary. There were also: Hugh, James, John, & a William Miller living in the Augusta Co. area at the time.

I am wondering if he may have descended from your Patrick Miller of Lancaster County, VA.

Descendants of Patrick Miller

1 Patrick Miller b: Abt. 1736 d: 1804 in Augusta Co., Virginia + Mary Black b: Abt. 1742 in Augusta Co., VA m: Bef. 04 May 1774 in Augusta County, Virginia d: Aft. 1764

2 Elizabeth Miller b: 04 May 1774 in Sweetbriar Springs, VA d: 14 Feb 1831 in near Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., KY + George Black b: 08 Jul 1767 in Cowpasture Augusta Co.,(now Highland Co) VA m: 22 Nov 1796 in Bath Co., VA d: 24 Sep 1859 in Putnam County, IN 2 Robert Miller b: Abt. 1775 in Sweetbriar Springs, VA d: Aft. 1858 in Greencastle, Putnam Co., Indiana 2 George Miller 2 Sarah Miller 2 Mary Miller + Unknown Benson

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=brendablack

1st Cousins - Elizabeth (dau of Patrick Miller) m. George (son of Wm. Black) Black


A Patrick Miller is mentioned frequently in Annals of Bath County, Virginia By Oren F. Morton http://books.google.com/books?id=dLGn1DmPktwC&pg=PA60&lpg=PA60&dq=%22patrick+miller%22+augusta+virginia+black&source=web&ots=9odimyxuJJ&sig=k7yiuTKP268ECsU6v1bOVFG_7Kc#PPP5,M1


?? Militiamen who received grants of land for participation in the wars of the Colony of Virginia. The following additional list is taken from the County Records of Virginia (Volume II): John Crockett 1780 Patrick Miller 1780


?? AUGUSTA COUNTY (names of Bridegrooms, and dates only on record).

 1756, August Patrick Miller  


Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/index.htm

Page 80.--17th November, 1761. John ( ) Miller and Morthew ( ) to John Kinkead, £80, 286 acres on Cowpasture. Delivered: Patrick Miller, 4th May, 1771.

Page 115B.--16th February, 1762. Samuel ( ) Hinds and Isabella ( ) to Patrick Miller, £25, two tracts on South River Shanandoe: 1st, 139 acres patented to Wm. Thompson, 20th August, 1748, and conveyed to Samuel, 29th August, 1750; 2d, six acres patented to Samuel, 14th February, 1761, joining Turk's land.

Page 538.--13th August, 1769. James Knox and Jane to Patrick Miller, £70, 160 acres on Cowpasture, corner land in possession of Alexander. Teste: John Dickinson, Samuel Rrown, Ralph Laverty.

AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XX. OCTOBER 16, 1787. (407) Admn. of John Miller granted his son, Patrick Miller.


Virginia Colonial Militia, 1651-1776 Certificates. Name: Patrick Miller Comment: soldier in late war between Great Britain and France in Capt. Wm. Preston's Co. of Rangers in 1758. Court Name: Augusta Co.Date: 15 Feb 1780 Virginia Colonial Militia, 1651-1776 Certificates.

Virginia Colonial Militia 1651-1776 Edited by William Armstrong Crozier Baltimore 1954

56 VIRGINIA COLONIAL MILITIA Benj. Row, entitled to 50 acres of land under King’s Proc. of 1763. jan., 1774. Dunmore. John Kinkead, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston’s Co. of Rangers, in 1758, Augusta Co., Feb. i5. ii8o. Win. Jackson, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston’s Co. of Rangers, in 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. Loiftus Pullen, soldier in late war in Capt. Win. Preston’s Co. of Rangers, in 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. Robert Gwinn, soldier in late war in Capt. Win. Preston’s Co. of Rangers, in 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. John Carlile, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston’s Co. of Rangers, in 1758. Augusta Co., Jan. io, 1780. Wm. Black, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston’s Co. of Rangers, 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. Thos. Hicklin, soldier in late war in Capt. Wm. Preston’s Co. of Rangers, in 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. Robt. Graham, decd., soldier in late war in Capt. Win. Preston’s Co. of Rangers in 1758. Major Andrew Lockridge, guard. of orphans of Robt. Graham, decd. Augusta Co., Feb. i5, 1780. Thomas Kinkead, soldier in late war in Capt. Lewis’ Co. in the expedition commanded by Col. Bouquet, in 1764. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. Win. Kinkead, soldier in late war in Capt. Lewis’ Co. in the expedition commanded by Col. Bouquet, in 1764. Augusta Co., Feb. 15, 1780. Stephen Handcock, soldier in Col. Byrd’s Regt. in 1760. Kentucky Co., Feb. I, 1780. Uriah Humphries, soldier in last war in Capt. Posey’s Co. of Regulars, till properly discharged. Botetourt Co., March, 1780. John Nixon, entitled to 200 acres of land as a Sergt., agreeable to Proc. of 1763. Williamsburg, April i6, 1774. Dunmore. William Brock, soldier in Capt. Wm. Phillip’s Co. of Rangers, in 1763. Louisa Co., Feb. 14, 1780. Littleberry Lane, soldier in Col. Byrd’s Regt., I1 1758. Orange Co., March 23, 1780. Henry Shackleford, soldier in Capt. Hogg’s Co. of Rangers, in 1758. Orange Co., Nov. 25, 1779. Patrick Fisher, Sergt. in Col. Byrd’s Regt. Orange Co., March 23, 1780. Bartelott Goodman, soldier in Capt. Thos. Bullitt’s Co. of Rangers, in 1762. Louisa Co., Nov. 8, 1779. John Dalton, soldier in Capt. Thos. Bullitt’s Co. of Rangers, in 1762. Louisa Co., Nov. 8, 1779. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=vamilitia1651&sx=&submit.x=56&submit.y=10&prox=1&gsco=2%2cUnited+States&gspl=49%2cVirginia&year=1750&yearend=1830&gskw=&ti=0&gss=angs&gsfn=Patrick&gsln=Miller&ct=801


LAND BOUNTY CERTIFICATES 55

 ***  Patrick Miller, soldier in late war between Great Britain and France in Capt. Win. Preston’s Co. of Rangers in 1758. Augusta Co., Feb. 1, 1780. 

http://content.ancestry.com/Browse/BookView.aspx?dbid=29414&pageno=55


Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850 Patrick Miller Aug 13, 1769 Augusta Co., VA Grantee Patrick Miller Dec 29, 1782 Augusta Co., VA Witness Patrick Miller Feb 16, 1762 Augusta Co., VA Grantee Patrick Miller Nov 17, 1761 Augusta Co., VA Mentioned http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=varecords_ga&so=2&gsfn=patrick&gsln=miller&sx=y&gsco=2%2cUnited+States&gspl=49%2cVirginia&year=1731&yearend=1804&rank=0&prox=1&db=&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs-g


Page (183) Following allowed certificates for land for military services: John Kinkead, Thomas Hicklin, Robert Gwin, Loftus Pullin, William Black, Patrick Miller, William Jackson, in Capt. Wm. Preston's Company of Rangers, 1758. Wm Kinkead, Thomas Kinkead, John Montgomery, of Capt. Lewis's Company, Boquet's Expedition, 1764. http://members.tripod.com/gingerfamily/d0003/g0000051.html

Feb 15, 1780: Following allowed certificates for land for military services: John Kinkead, Thomas Hicklin, Robert Gwin, Lofftus Pullin, William Black, Patrick Miller, William Jackson, in Capt. Wm. Preston's Company of Rangers, 1758. [Chalkley vol 1, p.212, AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS, ORDER BOOK No. XVII.] http://www.riverduck.com/genealogy/gwin/D1.htm & http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/augusta/court/chalk17.txt

The men included in this list were all recruited in the Colony of Virginia, and in some instances their names appear in the rolls of the troops who were at the "Battle of the Meadows" in 1754 and in the following year at "Braddock's Defeat." And some of these men were also among those who enlisted for "Lord Dunmore's War" and fought at the famous battle of Point Pleasant in 1774: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/_glc_/1785/1785_147.html


?????????? Virginia Census, 1800-90 He died in 1804? http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=vacen&sx=&submit.x=40&submit.y=10&prox=1&gsco=2%2cUnited+States&gspl=49%2cVirginia&year=1750&yearend=1830&gskw=&refine=1&ti=0&gss=angs&hc=&gsfn=Patrick&gsln=Miller MILLER, PATRICK

 State: VA Year: 1810
 County: Augusta County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
 Township: 20010-10010-00 Page: 363
 Database: VA 1810 Federal Census Index

LDS Search shows a Mary Black m. to Patrick Miller & whose only issue is Elizabeth Patrick MillerMarriage: 1756Augusta, VirginiaDeath: AUG 1804


Connection?

Adam Miller, who appears to have been the first settler of Rockingham and adjacent sections of the Valley, was born probably at Schreisheim, Germany, the native place of Alexander Mack, about the year 1700. He came early in life to Lancaster County, Pa., with his wife and an unmarried sister. Later, going to Williamsburg, Va., he heard of the beautiful valley between the mountains from some Spotswood knights, and followed their path westward, crossing the Blue Ridge at Swift Run Gap. Having seen and desired the goodly land in the river plain below, he brought his family thither. He secured first the “uppermost of the Massanutten lots,” near the present Page County line, but probably in Rockingham; in 1741 he purchased 820 acres, including the great lithia spring near Elkton, and was living thereon in 1764 when he sold 280 acres thereof to his son-in-law, Jacob Bear. Here Adam Miller lived till he died about 1780, and here the Bear family still resides, the spring being known as Bear Lithia Spring. He was a soldier in the French and Indian War, as shown by the military schedule for 1758 in Hening’s Statutes. In religion he ws a Lutheran, and was probably buried at St. Peter’s Church, four miles north of Elkton. Among his descendants are the Millers, Bears, Kempers, Yanceys, Gibbons, Hopkins, Mauzys, Harnsbergers, and other prominent families of East Rockingham. A descendant, Hon. Chas. E. Kemper of Washington City, deserves special mention for his valuable publications regarding the pioneer.


???????? Irish Immigrants To 17th century Virginia 1653 Patrick Miller 400 Lancaster http://www.ulsterancestry.com/ua-free-Irish_Immigrants_17th-cty_Virginia.html


Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in VirginiaVolume IAUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XX.OCTOBER 16, 1787. (407) Admn. of John Miller granted his son, Patrick Miller. http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/volume_1/or20_246.htm


????? http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/augusta/court/chalk20.txt AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XX. MAY 20, 1786. APRIL 17, 1787.(249) Elizabeth Miller, relict of Abraham Miller, appears and relinquishes right to administer. OCTOBER 16, 1787. (407) Admn. of John Miller granted his son, Patrick Miller. JUNE 17, 1788. (546) Mary Miller's son, Daniel Miller, to be bound to Andrew Peck.

Land Holdings in HIGHLAND County Around the Time of the Revolution http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/highland/history/landhold.txt Miller, James: 250-1746-Bullpasture, between Bodkin and Harper Miller, William: 130-1754-Crab Run-P. 1763 by William Preston Miller, Hugh: (1) 220-1767-branch. of Bullpasture-P.? 1784 by James Carlile (2) 75-1767-Carlile Run Miller, Patrick: (1) 45-1771-Cowpasture, adj. himself-P. 1773 (2) 58-1783-Cowpasture-P. 1787 Miller, John: (1) 96-1780-Shaw's Fork (2) 58-1780-Bullpasture, adj. himself and Hines-P. 1784 (3) 232-1782-Bullpasture, adj. himself-P. 1784 (4) 286-1760-Cowpasture-P.


References
  1. Gary Welker. Maybury Family 16th century England to the present. (2001).
  2. Lyman Chalkley. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia.
  3. LDS - International Genealogical Index.
  4. 1790 and 1800 VA Federal Censuses, Reconstructed from Tax Lists.
  5. Raymond Finley Hughes and Howard Clift Black. William Black and his Descendents A Genealogy of the Descendents of William Black of Augusta County, VA and la. (Unpublished. Copyrighted 1973 by Hughes).
  6. Oren Frederic Morton. A History of Highland County, Virginia. (1911, Digitized by Google 2008).