was born in 1578 in Belstead, Suffolk, England. Parents:
John MERRILL and Prudence.|
Michael MERRILL was born on 3 Apr 1603 in Wherstead, Suffolk, England. He died in 1629/30 in Wherstead, Suffolk, England. Parents: Nathaniel MERRILL and Mary BLACKSOLL.
Nathaniel MERRILL was born on 4 May 1601 in Wherstead, Suffolk, England. He died on 16 Mar 1654 in Newbury, Massachusetts. Parents: Nathaniel MERRILL and Mary BLACKSOLL.
Nathaniel MERRILL was born in 1638 in Newbury, Massachusetts. He died on 1 Jan 1683 in Newbury, Massachusetts. Parents: Nathaniel MERRILL and Susanna WOLTERTON.
Nathaniel MERRILL was born in 1570 in Wherstead, Suffolk, England. He died in 1626 in England. Parents: John MERRILL and Prudence.
He was married to Mary BLACKSOLL on 27 Feb 1592 in Belstead, Suffolk, England. Children were: Nathaniel MERRILL, John MERRILL, Daughter MERRILL, Mary MERRILL, Martha MERRILL, Frances MERRILL, Michael MERRILL.
Prudence MERRILL was born on 26 Apr 1669. Died young Parents: Abraham MERRILL and Abigail WEBSTER.
Prudence MERRILL was born on 1 Oct 1683. Parents: Abraham MERRILL and Abigail WEBSTER.
Sarah MERRILL(51) was born on 9 Oct 1679 in Massachussetts. Parents: Abraham MERRILL and Abigail WEBSTER.
Susanna MERRILL was born in 1639/40 in Newbury, Massachusetts. Parents: Nathaniel MERRILL and Susanna WOLTERTON.
Susanna MERRILL was born on 6 Dec 1681. Died within a few days of birth. Parents: Abraham MERRILL and Abigail WEBSTER.
Thomas MERRILL was born in 1580 in Belstead, Suffolk, England. Parents: John MERRILL and Prudence.
Bertha M. Merritt was born on 29 Jan 1862 in Marshfield, Vermont. She died on 11 Oct 1934 in North Montpelier, Vermont. Bertha was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. She was pianist for the lodge for 12 years and a piano teacher for 35 years. She may have been a sister of Ed Merritt who sold automobiles in Marshfield during the early years of the century.
Lucy Makens Merrow was born on 19 Apr 1812. She died on 12 Apr 1900. Daughter of Joseph M. and Mary (Woodbridge) Merrow.
Lydia Metcalf Lydia was the daughter of Nathaniel Metcalf and Mary Gay, about whom more is known. Her relationship to Timothy Fisher, Jr. has not yet been confirmed.
Alice C. Meyer was born about 1907 in Rhode Island. Parents: John G. Meyers and Mabel S. HEILBORN.
John G. Meyers
Cheryl Mick Parents: Garry Mick and Judy King.
Jason Mick Parents: Garry Mick and Judy King.
Grace Middlebrook Parents: Michael Middlebrook.
Children were: Mercy TODD.
Children were: Grace Middlebrook .
James Milk was born on 31 Jan 1710 in Boston, Massachusetts. He died on 19 Nov 1772. He was buried in The Old Burying Ground, Portland, Maine. "Here lies interred the body of Deac. James Milk, who was born in Boston January, A.D. 1710-11. He removed to Falmouth as soon as he arrived at manhood, and lived there in good reputation, being honored with several offices of trust and importance, which he executed with fidelity. He fell asleep after two days illness, November 19, A.D. 1772. His bereaved children have erected this Monument as a Testimony of their Remembrance of his parental affection, strict virtues, and exemplary piety." Parents: John Milk and Mary Scolly.
James Milk was born on 7 Mar 1734. Parents: John Milk and Jane Marvel.
Jane Milk was born on 16 Sep 1739 in Boston, Massachusetts. Jane Burbeck appears on the rolls of the Daughters of the American Revolution as a patriot, as she carried ammunition to the American army in a milk can. she was one of the "milkmen" mentioned in a letter from her grandson, George Henry Cook to Edward Carleton Burbeck in 1892. Parents: John Milk and Jane Marvel.
She was married to Edward Burbeck Captain on 23 Mar 1760 in Boston, Massachusetts. Children were: Jane (Jenny) Burbeck, James Burbeck, Abigail Burbeck, Abigail Burbeck, Elizabeth Burbeck, William Shute Burbeck, Mary Burbeck, Joseph Burbeck.
John Milk was born on 23 Jun 1708. He died on 9 May 1756. He was buried in Copps Hill Yard, Boston, Massachusetts. Milk Street in Boston is named for John Milk. Parents: John Milk and Mary Scolly.
John Milk was born on 4 Dec 1732. Parents: John Milk and Jane Marvel.
Mary Milk was born after 1740. Parents: James Milk and Sarah Brown.
Mary Milk was born on 25 Mar 1737. Parents: John Milk and Jane Marvel.
She was married to Milton Savage Cruickshank .
Bella Grace Miller was born on 13 Sep 2010 in Morrisville, Vermont. 6 pounds 12 ounces. Twenty-one and a half inches long. Lydia went into labor on Friday the 10th, Bella was born on Monday the 13th at 8:31 PM. Parents: Brock Miller and Lydia Carpenter PITKIN.
Brock Miller was born on 3 Aug 1983 in Ohio. Parents: Robert Lee Miller and Peggy Johnson.
Don Miller was born on 15 Jul 1903. He died on 28 Oct 1967. He was buried in Omaha, Nebraska. Parents: Herman Miller and Agnes PITKIN.
Edith Miller was born on 27 Aug 1901. Edith married James Etter on April 20, 1922. Parents: Herman Miller and Agnes PITKIN.
Hannah MILLER died in 1745.
Herman Miller was born on 11 Nov 1872. He died on 9 Aug 1947. He was buried in Omaha, Nebraska.
Children were: Robert Miller.
Lou Miller was born on 21 Dec 1882. Lou was the daughter of ______ Miller and Nettie Darling (who m. 2nd Lucius Nute).
Mary Miller Hannah's sister
She was married to Ebenezer BLACHLY M.D..
Mike Miller died in 2014.
Children were: Robert Lee Miller.
Gen. Nathan Miller was born on 21 Aug 1717 in Bristol, RI. He died on 6 May 1762. Nathan Miller, with his brother Samuel (#38), inherited his father's shipwright's shop in Warren and continued throughout his life a well-to-do man in that town. As a son of prosperity Nathan was naturally "against taxes"; and in 1744 at the age of 27 years he was one of those residents of Swansea (from which Warren was organized in 1746) who decided to do something about it. In the fall of that year, in a controversy between the colonies, some property owners in the southeastern towns refused to pay taxes to Massachusetts; and as a result the constables of Swansea and Tiverton were committed to jail for "not Gathering the Rates." Whereupon the people of those towns "came in great numbers to Bristol (then the county seat) and Delivered ye prisoners out of Gaol." The ensuing riot was put down with two troops of horse and a company of infantry, "But ye people were forced to fly to Rhode Island for shelter so they took not a man."
Ultimately the leaders of the insurrection were returned to court; several were imprisoned; and in October 1746 all the rest, including Nathan Miller, were dismissed after "paying ye King's Attorney his fees and other charges." In Nathan's case these amounted to some eighty pounds. (Quotations from the Journal of Joseph Mason, 1687-1761, published in The Genealogy of the Sampson Mason Family, 1902, by A. H. Mason, p. 51ff.)
The will of Colonel Nathan Miller of Warren, dated 27 April 1762, proved 7 June 1762, bequeathed to wife Patience; to four sons, Nathan, William Turner, Samuel and Caleb, all real estate after their mother's death; to daughter Betse, wife of Shoball Burr; to daughters Patience and Rebecca at age 18 or marriage; to daughter Ruth the same, and if not married to have the "improvement of the west great chamber with her mother to live in during her life"; and "if wife be delivered of a posthumous child, if male to share with brothers and if female to share with my other daughters." Executrix: Wife Patience Miller. The inventory of personal estate totaled more than twenty-six thousand pounds, including "one vessell on the stocks half-finished", as well as three Negro servants. (Warren, R.I. Probates,, Vol. 1, pp. 242, 244, 310)
From the debits and credits of this estate it appears that Nathan Miller was financially involved with a good number of his relatives: On 27 Sept. 1762 the estate owed Benjamin Miller (#40) £71.02.00 and Nathaniel Miller (#52) £70.00.00. In addition Nathan Miller at the time of his death was administrator of the estate and guardian of the children of his brother Samuel Miller (#38). The ship "on the stocks" may have been the schooner "Wheal of Fortune", which was sold in June 1762 for £2403.08.00. Later on 6 Oct. 1766 Nathan, William T. and Patience Miller petitioned the court that their mother be allowed £1600 out of the sale price of a small sloop which was not completed at the time of the death of their father. (Ibid., Vol. 1, pp. 310, 312, 311) Parents: Samuel Miller and Sarah Carpenter.
Owen Wallace Pitkin Miller was born on 16 Apr 2013 in Morrisville, Vermont. Parents: Brock Miller and Lydia Carpenter PITKIN.
Patience Miller was born about 1747. Findagrave.com gives a birthdate of Nov. 4, 1747, but the month and day are not given on the stone. She died on 18 Jun 1803 in Wrentham, Massachusetts. Date from headstone. "Patience Williams, consort of the Rev. William Williams and daughter of Col. Nathan Miller of Warren, departed this life June 18, 1803 in ye 56th year of her age. Parents: Gen. Nathan Miller and Patience Turner.
Robert Miller Parents: Robert Miller.
Children were: Samuel Miller.
Robert Miller. Parents: John Miller.
Children were: Robert Miller.
Robert Lee Miller. Parents: Mike Miller.
Samuel Miller Parents: Robert Miller.
Carl M. Millman was born on 6 Oct 1912 in Providence, Rhode Island. Birthdate inferred from marriage record which lists age as 58 in 1971. He died on 24 Dec 1994 in Providence, Rhode Island. Son of Morris Millman and Clara Marz.
He was married to Helen Frances Corcoran on 24 Aug 1971 in Groton, Connecticut. Marriage information from Connecticut Marriage Index 1959-2002.
Ruth Ann Minor
George Lee Mitchell was born on 9 Jan 1944.