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Michael Benjamin Miller 1845, David Miller 1843, biographies

Michael Benjamin Miller 1845, David Miller 1843, biographies

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Biographies and war records of brothers Michael Benjamin Miller b. 1845 and David Miller b. 1843. Research by Keith Taylor.
Biographies and war records of brothers Michael Benjamin Miller b. 1845 and David Miller b. 1843. Research by Keith Taylor.

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Michael Benjamin
Miller
NotesMichaelBenjamin
Miller
was
bom Aug 30,
1845
in
Butler
County, Pennsylvania.
Hewasthe son
of
Jacob
Y.
Mlller
and
Mary
Gray
Miller.
Hismother died
in
1849,and his
falher remarried
Eleanore
Bealle
Aag26,1852.
MichaelBenjamin
marriedMary
Elizaberth
Hull
Miller
Jan13,
1867.
AfterMary
Elizabeth
death
in
1905,
Michael
marriedMalinda
J
Hull,
Malinda
was
MichaelBenjamin's
first
wife's
sister.
Her
husbandhad
died
and
she
and
Mlchael
were
married
Jan 13, 1867.The
Jabob
Y
Miller
family
moved
toStory County, Iowa
in
1854. The
family
moved
to
Tama
County
in
1866.
MichaelBenjamin'sbrother Davidenlisted in
the
Union
Arrry
during
the
Civil
War
on September 10,1861
into
the
l4th
Iowa
RegimentCoG,
in
Tama
County,
Iowa.
David died
as a
prisionerof wm in
a
Confederate
POW
camp
inAlabama.
MichaelBenjamin
enlisted in the
Union
Army
on
Aug
22,1862
into
the
40th Iowa
Infanuy
Co.
D.
He
was
16years
ll
monthsand23
daysoldwhenheenteredthearmy.Itisbelievedhewasabugler,howeverhewas
notclassified
as a
musicianbythe
Army.
Hewasmustered
outof
the
Army
02
Aug
1865
at
FortGibson,
Cherokee
Nation
(Oaklahoma).
In
1870
Michael marriedMary Elizabeth
Hull
in
Tama
County,
Iowa. In
1885
they moved
to
ONeil,
HoltCoutry,
Nebraska"
where
Michael
served
as
a
Meftodist ministerElizabetr
died
in
1905and
MichaelremarriedMalinda
J.
Hull,
his
first
wife's
sister..
Michael
and
Malinda
moved
toBellingham,Washington
in
1913. Michael
died
March
15, 1823
in Bellingham,WhatcomCounty, Washington.
He was
brnied
March
18,
1823
in
the
Bay
View
Cemetery,
inWhatcom County,Washington.Michael's
sisterAnna
Mariah
died on
April
12,1874
inchildbirth.
LocalObituary: From
The
BellinghamHerald,
Mmch
16,
1923.
MILLER,
Michael Benjamin
Bom
-
3O
Aug
1845,
Butler
Co.
PA
Died
-
March
15,1923,Belingham,Whatcom
Co.,
Washington
Service
Record:
Company
D
Regiment
40 Iowa Volunteer
InfantryFrom:
Aug
22,7862
Untill:
Aug
2,
1865
Bugler/Ivlusician
G.
A.
R
CHAPI.ATN DIESMichael
Mill%
chaplain
of
J.
B.
Steadman Post
No. 24,
of
the
G.
A.
R.,
andten
years
a
gsllingham
residenq
died
at
a
localhospital
yesterdayafternoon
at
tle
age
of
77
yearc.
Death
was
due
to
a
paralytic
strokesuf;ered last
Friday.
Mr.
Miller
resided
at
2634
Michigansteet.
In
the
civil
war
Mr. Miller
served
in
an
Iowa regiment
and
for fifteen
years
after the war'send,
he was
pastor
of
a
Methodist
church
in
O'Neil,
Nebraska. The
survivors
are
the
widow;five
song
William
and
Frank, of Bellingham; Michael,
Charlesand
Jarnes
H., of
Nebraska;
four
daughters,
Mrs.EdithCrook,ofNebraska;
Mrs.
Sarah
Smrth,
Mrs.
Mary Lamb
and
Mrs.
Blanche
Ha1me,
of
Monanq
one
brother
William,
of
Norfollq Mont.;forly-four
grandchildren
and
thirteen
great
grandchildren.
Thefirneral
will
be
held
Sunday
at
l:30
p.
m.,
at
Arthur
C.
Harlov/s mortuary
home,
with
the Rev.Haslam,pastor
of
the Free
Methodist
ehurch,
and
theG.
A.
R.
officiating.
Burial
at
Bayview
Cemetery;
Sec
4-
Lot
16-
Grave 7on
March18,1923.
Michaets
sister Anna
Mariah
died on
April
12,1874
in
childbirft.In
1870
Michaelmarried
Mary
Elizabeth
Hull
in
Tama
County,
Iowa-
In
1900they moved
to
ONeil,
Holt
Coukly,
Nebraska" where
Michael
served
as a
Methodist minister.Elizabeth died
in
1905and
Michael remarriedMalinda
J.
Hull,
his fustwife's
sister.
Michael
and
Malinda
moved
to Bellingham, Washington
in
1913. Michael
died
March
15,1823 inBellingham,WhatcomCounty, Washington.
He was
buried
March
18, 1823 in the
Bay
View
Cemetery,
inWhatcom County,Washington.
 
David
Miller
NotesDavid
Miller
was
born
m
1842 in Butler
Co.,
Pennsylvania.
He
was
the
son
of
Jacob
Y.
Mlller
and
Mary
Gray
Miller.
Hismother
died
in
April
2,
1849, and
his
father
remarried
EllenoreBealle
in
1852.TheJabob
Y Miller
family
moved
to
Story
County,Iowa
in
1854. The
family
moved
to
Tama
County
in
1866.
However
Civil
War
records indicate that
David
enlisted
in
Tama
County into
the
Union
Army.
(HeprobablytraveledfromStory
County
to
TamaCounty
to
enlist).
David
enlisted
in
the
Union
Army
onSeptember10,
1861
intothe l4th
lowa
RegimentCo
G, in
Tarna
County,Iowa.
David
was
missing in
action and captured
dwing
the
Battle
of
Shiloh.
Hewas
a
prisionerof war in
Alabam4
wherehedied
May
27,1862,
a
prisonerof
the Confederacy.
He died
about
6
weeksafter beingcaptured,
it
is
possible
that
he
was woundedwhen captured anddied
from
the
wounds.
This
is
not
documented"
it
is
a
possiblility.
I
have
found
a
recordwhich
indicateshe
died in
the
rebelprisonhospital.David
Miller,
age
20.Residence Tama
County,
nativity
Pennsylvania EnlistedOct.
9,
I
86
l
Muster€d
in
Nov. 2,
1861.
Missing inaction
and
taken
prisoner
April
6,
1862,
Shiloh,
Tenn.
Died while
a
prisonerofwar May
27,
1862,
Montgomery,Ala.

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