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Free Genealogy Biography of David Miller,
Pennsylvania Volunteer of the Civil War

David Miller

Joseph, son of Peter Miller, died at the age of ninety-four. He was a farmer and large land owner. In his earlier life he was a Whig, afterward a Republican. He married Mary Weaver, who died at the age of about fifty. Children: 1. Eliza, born April 1, 1808; married James Clark; he was an Englishman and a merchant at Brownsville, Fayette county, Pennsylvania. 2. Thomas, born June 14, 1809. 3. Agnes, born June 17, 1811; unmarried; she lived with her father. 4. Eleanor, born April 23, 1813; married Anthony Thompson. 5. Peter, born February 12, 1815, married Nancy Bradman; he was a stonemason in Fayette county, but afterward removed to Ohio and was a farmer in that state; three sons, all now living, served in the civil war.

6. David, born August 1, 1817; married Elizabeth Easter; he was a blacksmith, and served in the civil war, being a member of Battalion K, One Hundred and Twelfth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, 112th Regiment, under Captain S. Fuller. 7. Charles O., born January 8, 1819, died February 26, 1833. 8. Jonathan, born March 27, 1821, died September 1, 1838. 9. Lucy Ann, born March 25, 1823, died April 13, 1823. 10. James D.,

Source: Genealogical and Personal History of Fayette County, John W. Jordan, Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1912.

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