Monday, March 11, 2013

Photo Number 1161

This week we will look at some of the photos from Craig’s collection.  He mailed me all his photos last year.  Most of them have names.  Hopefully we can find some homes for them!
John Miller Carrie Aunt  Rietie and Uncle Oliver
John Miller ( Harley Dad), Carrie, Parents
Uncle Oliver and Aunt Rietie
Boden's Studio Oceola, IA

I wonder how many Millers there were in Oceola Iowa in about 1920 give or take a few years. 
Thanks for stopping by.  Do come again:)
Update from Iggy:
John D Miller, (b. May 1868 d. 1951 buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, Osceola, Iowa) married Ellen A, (b. Feb 1869 d. ) and had son, Harley H (b. 11 Jan 1892 d. ) - John and Ellen moved to Oakland, Boone, Nebraska by 1920 and back to Valley, Polk, Iowa in 1930. Harley Herbert Miller appears to have married a Mary G. By 1930, they had an extensive family of at least 5 children and were living in Cedar Rapids, Boone, Nebraska. By the time of the WWII draft (post 1940), the Harley Miller's were living in Nampa, Canyon, Idaho.

5 comments:

  1. Isn't this where Larry (L.D.) is from?

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    1. I think that is where his Mom and Dad lived..I hope he stops by! :)

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    2. Yes it is sort of. There were Millers that lived out by us on the farm as well as other Miller families in the town of Osceola. I am thinking which ones I should contact to see if they know anything about their family line. I see that two of them are buried out in the cemetery along with relatives of mine.

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  2. The key here is John Miller is Harley's dad. :)

    https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M928-WVH

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  3. John D Miller, (b. May 1868 d. 1951 buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, Osceola, Iowa) married Ellen A, (b. Feb 1869 d. ) and had son, Harley H (b. 11 Jan 1892 d. ) - John and Ellen moved to Oakland, Boone, Nebraska by 1920 and back to Valley, Polk, Iowa in 1930. Harley Herbert Miller appears to have married a Mary G. By 1930, they had an extensive family of at least 5 children and were living in Cedar Rapids, Boone, Nebraska. By the time of the WWII draft (post 1940), the Harley Miller's were living in Nampa, Canyon, Idaho.

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