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First Generation

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1. William McCLELLAND. Born in 1742. William died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky on November 12, 1812; he was 70. [1]
One of the original settlers of Millersburg.
McCLELLAND, WM.-D, 327-Wife, Martha; sons, Alexander, Elijah, Robert (the eldest), James, Elisha, son Wm's heir, Patty Harris Mc.; daus., Jane, wife of Robt. Miller, Martha, wife of Joseph McKim; gd. dau., Patty Orr Mc., dau. of Jas. Nov. 10, 1812-Jan. 1813. Thos. Talbott, Wt. [2] Note: This is a guess--REF
about 1772 when William was 30, he married Martha MILLER, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Born in 1750. Martha died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1826; she was 76.
They had the following children:

2 i. Robert (1773-1833)

3 ii. James (1775-1833)

4 iii. William (1777-1802)

5 iv. Jane (1780-1855)

v. Elisha. Born in 1781 in Kentucky.

On July 21, 1813 when Elisha was 32, he married Sallie JAMES.

6 vi. Martha (1783-1853)



Second Generation

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Family of William McCLELLAND (1) & Martha MILLER

2. Robert McCLELLAND. Born in 1773 in Pennsylvania. Robert died in Calloway County, Missouri on November 24, 1833; he was 60.
On January 3, 1799 when Robert was 26, he married Elizabeth AMMON, daughter of Rev. Thomas AMMON & Elizabeth ANDERSON, in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1774 in Louisa County, Virginia. Elizabeth died in Calloway County, Missouri on August 6, 1831; she was 57.
They had the following children:

7 i. William Elisha (1800-1864)

8 ii. Thomas Ammon (1801-1864)

iii. James. Born in 1802 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. James died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky before 1803; he was 1.

9 iv. Elizabeth Ammon (1803-1881)

v. Martha Miller. Born in 1805 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On December 4, 1832 when Martha Miller was 27, she married Edmond RANDOLPH, in Missouri.

vi. James. Born in 1806 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. James died after 1833; he was 27.

vii. Robert. Born in 1808 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Robert died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky on May 16, 1809; he was 1.

10 viii. Elisha (1809-1859)

ix. Robert Ammon. Born in 1811 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Robert Ammon died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1813; he was 2.

x. Joseph Ammon. Born in 1814 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.


3. Col. James McCLELLAND. Born in 1775. James died on July 7, 1833; he was 58.
James first married .
They had one child:

11 i. Patsey O. E. (1792-)


about 1799 when James was 24, he second married Susannah AMMON. Born in 1775. Susannah died in 1811; she was 36.
They had the following children:

12 i. Elizabeth (1800-)

13 ii. Juliana (1802-)

14 iii. Olivia (1804-)


about 1811 when James was 36, he third married Polly HUNT. Born in 1785. Polly died about 1826; she was 41.
They had the following children:

i. James W. Born in 1813. James W. died on June 9, 1852; he was 39.

On April 28, 1834 when James W. was 21, he married Caroline FORSYTHE, daughter of Benjamin FORSYTHE & Anna TURNEY.

ii. Robert A. Born in 1817.

iii. Noah H. Born in 1818.

15 iv. Mary Ann (1823-1859)


On December 11, 1827 when James was 52, he fourth married Sarah BRYAN.
4. William McCLELLAND Jr. Born in 1777 in Pennsylvania. William died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1802; he was 25.
On January 27, 1800 when William was 23, he married Mary “Polly” BAKER, daughter of Martin BAKER (1740-1812) & Mary “Polly” KIMBROUGH (-1830), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1780.
They had one child:

16 i. Martha “Patsy” Harris (1801-1854)


5. Jane McCLELLAND. Born in 1780 in Pennsylvania. Jane died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1855; she was 75.
On January 9, 1800 when Jane was 20, she married Robert Eakin MILLER, son of Major John MILLER (1752-1815) & Ann McCLINTOCK (1757-1825), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1780 in Louisville, Kentucky. Robert Eakin died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky on January 20, 1860; he was 80.
They had the following children:

i. Adella. Adella died on December 1, 1838.

On October 16, 1833 Adella married Judge William NUNN, son of Ilai NUNN (1758-).

17 ii. Amanda N. (-<1859)

18 iii. Ann

19 iv. Evaline Jane

20 v. Horace (-1833)

21 vi. Martha “Patsy” (-<1859)

22 vii. Louisa Jane (->1870)

23 viii. Oscar James (1811-)


6. Martha McCLELLAND. Born in 1783 in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky. Martha died in May 1853; she was 70.
On January 9, 1800 when Martha was 17, she married Joseph Alexander McKIM, in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky. Born in 1773 in Loudon County, Virginia. Joseph Alexander died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on August 17, 1849; he was 76.
They had the following children:

i. Jane. Born in 1801.

Jane married McCLURE.

24 ii. Martha Lee (1803-1853)



Third Generation

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Family of Robert McCLELLAND (2) & Elizabeth AMMON

7. William Elisha McCLELLAND. Born on January 1, 1800 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Elisha died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky on June 26, 1864; he was 64.
In 1821 when William Elisha was 20, he married Louisa Jane MILLER (22) , daughter of Robert Eakin MILLER (1780-1860) & Jane McCLELLAND (5) (1780-1855), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Louisa Jane died after 1870 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

25 i. Robert Miller (1822-)

26 ii. Jane E. (1825->1904)

iii. Thomas. Born in 1825 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On November 25, 1848 when Thomas was 23, he married Camelia Covington KNOX, in Scott County, Kentucky.

27 iv. Martha Ann Randolph (1832-1907)

28 v. Adella (1837-)

vi. Bettie. Born in 1840 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Bettie married J. Allen WOODRUFF, in St. Louis, Missouri.

vii. William. Born in 1844 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

viii. Elisha. Born in 1846 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
8. Thomas Ammon McCLELLAND. Born in 1801 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Thomas Ammon died in Missouri on October 25, 1864; he was 63.
On May 1, 1832 when Thomas Ammon was 31, he married Sarah ROBNETT, in Calloway County, Missouri. Born in 1808.
They had the following children:

29 i. John R. (1833-1904)

30 ii. William (1835-1899)

iii. Rebecca Elizabeth. Born in 1838.

On October 24, 1853 when Rebecca Elizabeth was 15, she married John T. BAKER. Born in 1830.

31 iv. Mary C. (1842-)

v. George E. Born in 1848. George E. died before 1850; he was 2.
9. Elizabeth Ammon McCLELLAND. Born in 1803 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Elizabeth Ammon died on August 5, 1881; she was 78.
On May 17, 1827 when Elizabeth Ammon was 24, she married George W. MORRIS.
They had the following children:

i. Joseph William. Born in 1828.

On January 25, 1854 when Joseph William was 26, he married Sarah BAKER. Born in 1830.

ii. Sarah Thomas. Born in 1829. Sarah Thomas died on February 21, 1831; she was 2.

32 iii. Robert McClelland (1830-1914)

iv. Louisa E. Born in 1834. Louisa E. died on December 23, 1915; she was 81.

On June 28, 1854 when Louisa E. was 20, she married Jacob MADDOX.

v. Martha Ann. Born in 1836. Martha Ann died in 1917; she was 81.

In 1854 when Martha Ann was 18, she first married William H. WOOLERY.

In 1883 when Martha Ann was 47, she second married John R. McCLELLAND.

33 vi. Elisha McClelland (1837-1913)

vii. Thomas Edward. Born in 1840.

34 viii. John James (1840-)
10. Elisha McCLELLAND. Born in 1809 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Elisha died in Howard County, Missouri on December 5, 1859; he was 50.
On March 20, 1834 when Elisha was 25, he married Elizabeth “Betsy” Ann WEST, daughter of Thomas WEST (1788-1852) & Sarah BAKER (1794-1849), in Missouri. Born in 1810. [3]
They had the following children:

i. Cassie A.

On November 23, 1870 Cassie A. married John Miller DEMASS.

ii. R. W.

iii. Sarah E.

On December 19, 1860 Sarah E. married John Gilpin WISEMAN.

iv. Elizabeth. Born in 1842. Elizabeth died on October 23, 1859; she was 17.

Elizabeth married B. RODMAN.

v. Thomas A. Born in 1842.

Thomas A. first married Elizabeth ANGELL. Born in 1850.

Thomas A. second married Marie REAVES.

Thomas A. third married Mary NORTON.

vi. Louisa A. Born in 1843. Louisa A. died on October 26, 1859; she was 16.

vii. Martha A. Born in 1846. Martha A. died in November 1859; she was 13.

viii. James H. Born in 1853. James H. died in November 1859; he was 6.

Family of Col. James McCLELLAND (3) & UNNAMED

11. Patsey O. E. McCLELLAND. Born on November 17, 1792.
On May 22, 1814 when Patsey O. E. was 21, she married Joseph MILLER, son of Major John MILLER (1752-1815) & Ann McCLINTOCK (1757-1825). Born on January 17, 1788 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Joseph died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1853; he was 64.
They had the following children:

35 i. Elizabeth A. W. (1815-1886)

ii. James A. Born in 1817 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. James A. died in 1860; he was 43.

iii. Martha Jane McClelland. Born in 1836.

Martha Jane McClelland married John WARWICK.

iv. John Morgan. Born in 1821 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. John Morgan died in 1865; he was 44.

On August 17, 1857 when John Morgan was 36, he married Rachael Rebecca SHELMAN.

v. Mary.

vi. Hunt.

vii. Joseph Woodson. Born on December 26, 1835.

36 viii. Joseph William (1835-1887)

Family of Col. James McCLELLAND (3) & Susannah AMMON

12. Elizabeth McCLELLAND. Born in 1800.
Elizabeth married Warren WOODSON, in Boone County, Missouri.
They had the following children:

i. Susan.

ii. Olivia.
13. Juliana McCLELLAND. Born in 1802.
Juliana married Joseph TRIGG, in Boone County, Missouri.
They had one child:

i. Juliana.


14. Olivia McCLELLAND. Born in 1804 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
In 1830 when Olivia was 26, she married John BENTLEY, in St. Louis, Missouri. Born in 1800.
They had the following children:

i. Virginia. Born in 1831.

ii. Martha. Born in 1834.

iii. James. Born in 1841.

In 1871 when James was 30, he married Sallie BUNHAM, in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Family of Col. James McCLELLAND (3) & Polly HUNT

15. Mary Ann McCLELLAND. Born in 1823. Mary Ann died on December 13, 1859; she was 36.
Mary Ann married Mitchell MILLER. Mitchell died on December 29, 1872.
They had the following children:

37 i. Mary “Mattie” Elizabeth (1849-1888)

ii. Martha C. Born in 1849.

iii. John. Born in 1856.



Family of William McCLELLAND Jr. (4) & Mary “Polly” BAKER

16. Martha “Patsy” Harris McCLELLAND. Born on February 5, 1801. Martha “Patsy” Harris died on July 8, 1854; she was 53.
before January 1823 when Martha “Patsy” Harris was 21, she married Alexander MILLER, son of Major John MILLER (1752-1815) & Ann McCLINTOCK (1757-1825). Born on May 5, 1796 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Alexander died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on January 6, 1870; he was 73.
They had the following children:

i. John.

38 ii. James McClure (1823-1881)

iii. Mary McClure. Born in 1825.

39 iv. Robert Andrew (1827-)

v. Joseph Andrew. Born on February 19, 1831 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

JOSEPH A. MILLER, [4] grocer; P. O. Millersburg; was born Feb. 19, 1831; he is the youngest son of Alexander Miller, who was the youngest child of Major John Miller, the founder of Millersburg; Alexander was the father of the following children: John, died in the South in his young manhood; Wm. McClelland, James McClure, Mary McClure, died in young womanhood; Robert A., Joseph A., Ann, also died in young womanhood; Martha Harris, now a Mrs. Judge Wm. H. Savage, residing at Shackelford, Texas;.and America J., now a Mrs. Alexander Butler. Onr subject, in his youth, received all the advantages of education of his day, attending the Transylvania University two years, and one year at the Kentucky Military Institute. In the Fall of 1861 he enlisted in the 9th Ky. Cavalry, under Gen. Morgan, serving until the surrender. He was very enthusiastic in the Southern cause, and took upon himself the perilous duty of furnishing supplies and clothing for their troops, until a reward of $500 was offered for his body dead or alive; at the time they made the search for him he enlisted in the service, and for a feat of bravery upon the field, in rescuing a fallen comrade, he received a furlough home. He was married Dec. 14, 1871, to Miss Sally M. Best, of Mason County (see hist. of Dr. Best). They have no children, are members, of the M. E. Church South, and he one of the town trustees, and a prominent merchant of the village, and a highly esteemed gentleman. His father was born in 1796, and died at 74 years of age; he was twice married, the second time to Ann C. Pelham, an aunt of Major Pelham's, who was distinguished in military circles.
On December 14, 1871 when Joseph Andrew was 40, he married Sally M. BEST, daughter of Isaac BEST (1840-) & Sallie BARBEE.

vi. Ann E. Born in 1832.

40 vii. Martha Harris (1842-)

41 viii. America Jane (1840-)

42 ix. William McClelland (1820-)

Family of Jane McCLELLAND (5) & Robert Eakin MILLER

17. Amanda N. MILLER. Amanda N. died before 1859.
Amanda N. married John W. MOUNTJOY.
They had one child:

i. John W.


18. Ann MILLER. Born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Ann married Joseph William WALLACE.
They had one child:

i. A. W.


19. Evaline Jane MILLER. Born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
Evaline Jane married John A. MILLER. Born in 1815 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. John A. died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

43 i. James Horace

44 ii. Robert A. Kendrick

45 iii. Jane “Jennie” Emily

46 iv. Oscar William

v. Nannie Walton.

vi. Annie Tom.
20. Horace MILLER. Horace died in 1833.
On June 6, 1829 Horace married Caroline FORSYTHE, daughter of Benjamin FORSYTHE & Anna TURNEY.
They had one child:

i. Horace. Born on October 17, 1831 in Millersburg Precinct, Bourbon County, Kentucky.



HORACE MILLER, [5] farmer and stock raiser; P. O. Paris; the owner and proprietor of "New Forest," of which this volume contains a sketch; is a descendant of one of the early pioneer families of this county--the only son of Horace Miller--who died of cholera in 1833. The mother of our subject was Caroline, who was a daughter of Benjamin and Anna (Turney) Forsythe. Benjamin Forsythe emigrated to Kentucky from Virginia at an early day, locating in Bourbon County, where he purchased large tracts of land in this, and in Kenton and Champaign Counties, Ohio. Mr. Forsythe's half-sister, Miss Timberlake, became the wife of Judge Trimble, of the Supreme Court of the United States; one of his daughters, married Hon. Garrett Davis; the others married worthy citizens of this State. Mr. Forsythe at his death left one son. and three daughters: his son, Newton, was for several years an active busiuess man in this county, and finally located in Jacksonville, Ill. He had a son named Benjamin, who graduated at West Point with distinguished honor; he died at the commencement of the late war, with-the rank of Captain, in the regular army. This branch of the family have become extinct, except the wife of Newton, and a grandchild, now residing in Chicago. His daughter, Susan, married Gov. James Clark, by whom she had several children, among whom was Judith, who became the wife of General Bright, of Fayetteville, Tenn. He was for several years member of Congress, before and since the late war. His son, Robert Clark, is now District Judge in California. Gov. Clark married the second time; his step-daughter, Miss Thornton, is the wife of Senator James Beck. His daughter, Mrs. Charlotte (Forsythe) Buckner, now a resident of Winchester, Ky., is the mother of Benjamin Forsythe Buckner. The remaining members of that family, are Dr. Garrett Davis Buckner, of Lexington, and David Turney Buckner, of Winchester. Horace Miller, whose name heads this sketch, was the only son of his parents; he was born Oct. 17, 1831, in Millersburg Precinct; his paternal grandfather was Robert E. Miller, an early settler in this county, and a large land and slave owner; our subject was educated at Bethany College, under the tutorship of Alexander Campbell; Jan. 8, 1852, he married Miss Susan Bonaparte Dorsey, a native of New Orleans; since the age of twelve he has been identified with the Christian Church, of which he is one of the official members; in politics, democratic, and is one of the Curators of the University at Lexington; since 1863 he has been a resident of Paris Precinct, and engaged in farming and stock-raising, dealing in shorthorn cattle and Cotswold sheep; for several years he dealt quite largely in mules, his operations extending throu(rh this and several of the adjoining States; his residence is called "New Forest;" its location is 21 miles from Paris, on the Maysville and Lexington Pike. The Maysville and Lexington R. R. runs within 200 yards of his yard gate, where there is a station named "New Forest," in honor of the farm, which contains 610 acres of choice land, handsomely located, and nearly in a square, in plain sight of Paris, and two railroads entering the same. The farm is watered by ponds and never failing springs, has plenty of timber of the best quality; there are two orchards on the farm; both contain the best varieties of fruit, cherries, plums, apricots, etc., also a fine vineyard. The residence is a large two-story brick, with basement of nine rooms; above contains eight large rooms, besides halls, attics, and double porches on the rear; has a double parlor with folding doors; the wood work is of solid cherry, all of which was grown on the farm; the yard contains about ten acres, filled with evergreen and forest trees of all kinds; its long winding avenues and drives are lined with trees and shrubs, forming a compact arbor overhead, giving the place a picturesque and romantic appearance.
On January 8, 1852 when Horace was 20, he married Susan Bonaparte DORSEY. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana.
21. Martha “Patsy” MILLER. Born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martha “Patsy” died before 1859.
Martha “Patsy” married William Frazier BAKER, son of Thomas BAKER (1769-1840) & Rachel MILLER (1778-1849). Born in 1797 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Frazier died before 1859; he was 62.
Though it is not yet proven, I believe William Frazier Baker is the same as “William F. Baker” of Kay Withers “Baker” Genealogy. She lists a “William F. Baker, son of Thomas Baker and Rachel Miller, m. Martha Miller.” Until otherwise disproven, I will maintain this family link.--REF
They had the following children:

47 i. Jane (1830-)

48 ii. Jo Ann (1830-)

49 iii. Miller

iv. Robert.

50 v. James Horatio


22. Louisa Jane MILLER. Born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Louisa Jane died after 1870 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
In 1821 Louisa Jane married William Elisha McCLELLAND (7) , son of Robert McCLELLAND (2) (1773-1833) & Elizabeth AMMON (1774-1831), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on January 1, 1800 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Elisha died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky on June 26, 1864; he was 64.
They had the following children:

25 i. Robert Miller (1822-)

26 ii. Jane E. (1825->1904)

iii. Thomas. Born in 1825 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On November 25, 1848 when Thomas was 23, he married Camelia Covington KNOX, in Scott County, Kentucky.

27 iv. Martha Ann Randolph (1832-1907)

28 v. Adella (1837-)

vi. Bettie. Born in 1840 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Bettie married J. Allen WOODRUFF, in St. Louis, Missouri.

vii. William. Born in 1844 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

viii. Elisha. Born in 1846 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
23. Oscar James MILLER. Born in 1811 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
On August 2, 1832 when Oscar James was 21, he married Nancy NESBIT, daughter of Joseph McClintock NESBIT (~1780-1832) & Mary “Polly” AMMON. Born in 1816 in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky. Nancy died in 1879; she was 63.
They had one child:

51 i. Horace (1833-1912)



Family of Martha McCLELLAND (6) & Joseph Alexander McKIM

24. Martha Lee McKIM. Born in 1803. Martha Lee died in 1853; she was 50.
On October 4, 1821 when Martha Lee was 18, she married William HOLLADAY. Born in 1800. William died in 1851; he was 51.
They had the following children:

i. Fannie E. Born in 1824. Fannie E. died in 1825; she was 1.

52 ii. Joseph Samuel (1826-1915)

Fourth Generation

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Family of William Elisha McCLELLAND (7) & Louisa Jane MILLER (22)

25. Robert Miller McCLELLAND. Born on September 6, 1822 in Millersburg Precinct, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
ROBERT MILLER McCLELLAND, [6] farmer; P. O. Millersburg; proprietor of Silver Spring Farm; was born Sept. 6, 1822. His father was William McClelland, born .Jan. 1, 1800; died June 26, 1864; was the eldest son of Robert McClelland, who was a son of William McClelland, one of the original settlers of Millersburg. Robert was brought when a child to Kentucky ; married his cousin, Louisa Miller, daughter of Robert Miller, the eldest child of John Miller, the founder of of Millersburg. Robert Miller, born in 1780, is said to be the first male child born in the State. Mr. McClelland is the eldest of a large family; his father also, the first of a large family, by Robert McClelland. He received a very limited education, being started out by his father at thirteen years of age in the business of trading, which he followed for eighteen years, driving stock of all kinds to South Carolina and Georgia. May 22, 1849, he was married to Miss Frances Suggett, a native of Scott County, and daughter of Louis and Frances (Cason) Suggett, who were from Virginia, but among the earliest and most prominent families of Scott County. By this marriage he had two children, both of whom died in infancy; the mother died June 9, 1859, in Missouri, where he had moved in the fall of 1858. In August after the death of his wife, he returned to Kentucky, and November 5, 1861, was married to Fanny Taylor, daughter of Stark and Elizabeth (McClane) Taylor, the parents of whom were among the early settlers of Fayette County, from Virginia. Mr. McClelland, by this marriage, had nine children, eight of whom are living; they are: Fatie, born Sept. 18, 1862; Claude, Jan. 28, 1864; Alice, Feb. 8, 1866; Julia, Dec. 22, 1867; Elisha, Dec. 20, 1868; Fannie, Feb. 11, 1871; Robert, Sept. 1, 1872, died March 10, 1874; Beautie, June 5, 1875; infant, July 15, 1880. Mr. McClelland is engaged in a general agriculture and stock raising; is a member of the Baptist Church, in which he has hold the office of Church Clerk for twenty years; is a liberal giver of his means to the support of schools and churches, meriting the respect which he has of the people of his community.
On May 22, 1849 when Robert Miller was 26, he first married Frances SUGGETT, daughter of Louis SUGGETT & Frances CASON. Born in Scott County, Kentucky. Frances died on June 9, 1859 in Missouri.
On November 5, 1861 when Robert Miller was 39, he second married Fannie TAYLOR, daughter of Stark TAYLOR & Elizabeth McCLANE.
They had the following children:

i. Fatie. Born on September 18, 1862.

ii. Claude. Born on January 28, 1864.

iii. Alice. Born on February 8, 1866.

iv. Julia. Born on December 22, 1867. [7]

v. Elisha. Born on December 20, 1868.

vi. Fannie. Born on February 11, 1871.

vii. Robert. Born on September 1, 1872. Robert died on March 10, 1874; he was 1.

viii. Beautie (Beauty) Jane. Born on June 5, 1875.

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