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|Research Notes -- David G Brewer |
1860 Census - Fayette Co., Pa Georges TWP 18 July 1860
Jno. Miller 32 M Collier - 180 PA
Nancy J. 27 F Ky
Sarah 5 F PA
Phillip 3 M PA
Jas. A. 1 M PA
1870 Census, Georges TWP, Fayette County, PA
19 July 1870
Miller, Philip 33 M W Laborer PA
Nancy 34 F W Keeping House Ohio
Philip 14 M W PA
Sarah 15 F W PA
James 11 M W PA
E. A. 7 F W PA
Ellen 6 F W PA
Barbra 4 F W PA
P. Jane 1 F W PA
1880 Census, Georges TWP, Fayette County, PA
June 3, 1880
Miller, John W M 46 Laborer PA PA PA
Ann W F 39 Wife PA Vermont PA
James W M 22 Laborer PA PA Kentucky
Ellen W F 17 PA PA Kentucky
Rosana W F 14 PA PA Kentucky
Jane W F 11 PA PA Kentucky
William W M 12 PA PA Kentucky
From Vance Brownfield Funeral Home Records by Kathryn Cooley Miller
1895 May 6 Heirs John Miller: Phillip C.-William C.-James for father John
Possible Relation to Nancy Valentine?
John VALENTINE died in 1893. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(6)
John Valentine died at Confluence, January 19, 1893, aged 63 years. He was a native of Brunswick,
Germany, and a member of that most celebrated cavalry organization in Germany armies, the Brunswick
Hussars. He immigrated to his country 20 years ago. He purchased a farm in Fayette county, but lost
the same after a few years because of misplaced confidence in one who ought have been his best friend
by reason of relation. Undiscouraged, he strove to regain by industry a home for his family; when
but failing again on the road to success, he was crippled for life in a wreck on the railroad.
But even then he did not succumb to adverse circumstances; he continued at work as his crippled
condition of body would permit and only a short time ago enjoyed the ? of once more being enabled to
call a modest home his own when the winged messenger ? him to enter a home not made with hands,
eternally in the heavens.
He was a consistent member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. The large attendance at ? testified
that he was respected for his many good qualities of heart ????
(balance of obit is missing. Also portion of the right side missing where you see ?)
|Note from Sherri Brownfield-Witt -- David G Brewer |
From Sherry Brownfield-Witt I am decended from John Philip Miller son of Philip
John Miller and Elizabeth Victor. John Philip b. 1834 married first Nancy J. Valentine, second Anna
Mariah Huntley b. 1840 dau of Robert Huntley and Mary Hunter. John Philips children were: Sarah K. b
1850 m. first: Squire Jennings, second: Charles H. Chipps. Philip b.1857. James Albert b. 1860 m.
Nancy Hartman. Elizabeth A. b. 1862. Ellen b. 1863 m.first; John Braddee (Brady), second; John C.
Brownfield. Barbara Rose b. 1868 m. Frank Guthrie. Parmella Jane b 1869 m. John Walters. Ellen was
my ggreatmother. Her first husband John Brady, my ggrandfather. Their daughter Phoebe Brady was my
grandmother. She married James Russell Brownfield. My father is George A. Brownfield. Ellen's second
husband John C Brownfield is the brother of James Russell Brownfield so John C. is actually my
gr-uncle and my step gr-grandfather. Funny things happen! Makes for interesting research.