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There can be no doubt we are on the same page here. Detailed obits on both Lea and Henry state they were married in 1856 at Henderson. They had 12 children. I have only seen the names of the 7 still living at the time they died. Fredrick's name is not a name I've seen before, but he was obviously one of the 5 who preceded them in dying. Henry and Lea moved to the Brainerd area in 1899. I have located their grave in a cemetery in Brainerd. I say grave because, for whatever reason, they are buried in the same plot. Only Lea, however, is listed on the marker. Both were highly praised in their obits. Lea passed before Henry, who died November 8, 1919. I would be happy to share the information I have. firstname.lastname@example.org Interestingly, my grandmother's (Joseph Frazer's wife)maiden name was Miller...Maggie Miller...They were married in 1894 at Waterville, MN. Her I got to know when I was a lad. I hope we can both fill in some gaps in our genealogy. Were you aware of the Scottish connection? We were never told that, only that they were Canadian.