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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. John Edward Miller: Birth: 1809. Death: 12 JAN 1841 in Preston, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

  2. [male] Miller: Birth: BET 1810 AND 1815.

  3. [male] Miller: Birth: BET 1810 AND 1815. Death: BEF 1827

  4. Tobias M. Miller: Birth: BET 1811 AND 1815.

  5. Eleanor Miller: Birth: 18 MAR 1816 in Dartmouth, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

  6. Mary Louisa Miller: Birth: 12 JUL 1817 in Dartmouth, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

  7. Caroline Miller: Birth: ABT FEB 1819.

  8. [female] Miller: Birth: ABT OCT 1820. Death: AFT 1838

  9. [female] Miller: Birth: ABT MAY 1822. Death: AFT 1838

  10. Edward Frederick Miller: Birth: 28 JAN 1824 in Preston, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Death: 04 FEB 1909 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts

  11. [female] Miller: Birth: ABT MAR 1827.

  12. Ann Catherine Miller: Birth: ABT 1829 in Nova Scotia, Canada.

  13. [female] Miller: Birth: AFT 1832. Death: AFT 1838

  14. [female] Miller: Birth: AFT 1833. Death: AFT 1838

  15. Person Not Viewable

  16. Mary Ann Miller: Death: BEF 1870


Sources
1. Title:   Civil Records of Halifax County, Nova Scotia
Page:   age in death record given as 89 years; place of birth United States
2. Title:   Civil Records of Halifax County, Nova Scotia
3. Title:   1838 Nova Scotia Census
4. Title:   1851 Nova Scotia Census
5. Title:   1861 Nova Scotia Census
6. Title:   1827 Nova Scotia Census
7. Title:   Saint George's Anglican - Halifax, Record Type: church register

Notes
a. Note:   ary Louise (which identifies her as the sixth child) and the marriage record of Caroline (which identifies her as the third daughter), implies that: 1) one additional son was born before 1817 and he was no longer living in the household; 2) one additional daughter was born between 1819 and 1824 and was living in the household; 3) another additional daughter was born between 1824 and 1832 and was living in the household; and 4) two more daughters were born after 1832 and were living in the household.
Note:   If we assume, as is likely, that the age of daughter Sarah Elizabeth was slightly underestimated by the census-taker, we can bracket the birth dates of several unknown children. That 1838 census, coupled with the baptism record of M
b. Note:   It shows his household with two females under six years, two females under 14 years, one male over 14 (in addition to himself), and seven females over 14 years
c. Note:   Shows household with 1 m (over 50), 1 f (over 50), 1 m (under 10), 1 m (10-20)
d. Note:   Shows household with 1 m (70-80), 1 f (70-80) - neither of whom can read or write.
e. Note:   shows houshold with a total of five males and nine females - with in the past year one child having been born and no deaths and no female marriages


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