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Miller Genealogy & History

Miller genealogy is typically British or Scottish, though it can be from any of a number of nations and ethnic groups. The name is from the Middle English "milne", meaning "to grind", and was an occupational surname for one who owned or operated a grain mill. Until the Industrial Revolution, the miller was a person of status and influence, as the entire community's grain supply had to be milled. Miller is especially common in the United Kingdom and the United States. In the United States, miller family history may easily be Irish, German, Scottish, or Spanish, to name just a few, as Miller absorbed many cognates.

Miller Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Alice Miller-- --, 1913April 7,2001PA
B Arvilla Miller-- --, 1915November 24,1988PA
Clarence Miller-- --, 1923May 28,2010NC
David Miller-- --, 1961June 15,1991WV

Miller Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Ella Miller-- --, 1928October 15,1992Brunswick,GA
F Allen Miller-- --, 1918March 12,2007Richmond,VA
G Albert Miller-- --, 1917June 23,1992Winchester,VA
H Allen Miller-- --, 1912February 24,1997Sanborn,NY

Miller Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Joseph MillerEloise JonesJanuary 18,1936Wake, NC
Michael MillerChristine RussosJanuary 22,1936Wake, NC
Paul MillerMattie BarbourAugust 4,1944Wake, NC
Nathan MillerElizabeth ParkerJune 24,1944Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Miller

7th: Davis8th: Anderson
9th: Wilson10th: Taylor
11th: Moore12th: Martin
13th: Thompson14th: Thomas
15th: White16th: Clark

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