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John Pierce Miller and Ella Caroline Wilder Miller children
Posted by: Linda MacBay (ID *****5025) Date: April 15, 2009 at 18:31:07
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I am the great granddaughter of John Pierce Miller and Ella Caroline Wilder Miller. I had always thought that my grandfather, Grady Neely Miller, was an only child until I started researching a family tree. In a 1900 Alabama census it lists Ella has having 3 children, with only 1 living, which would have been my grandfather. There is no one to ask anymore about this news. John Pierce and Ella are buried at Forrest Hill Cemetery in Cherokee County. Their tombstones have been replaced with flat markers, thanks to my wonderful Uncle John Hugh Miller, and there is a flat marker for his sister who was born stillborn before he was born, beside John Pierce and Ella. But I do not know of any more tombstones or markers for the two babies graves. How would I find out where they are buried. I'm sure it probably has to be Forrest Hill. Or where I could find a record of their births. My grandfather was born in 1892 and in the 1900 census it says they had been married 11 years.

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