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Re: Moses Miller + Polly Cress
Posted by: W. R. Smith (ID *****9348) Date: September 08, 2008 at 09:43:11
In Reply to: Re: Moses Miller + Polly Cress by BEN CALLAHAN of 981

A broad, family genealogy that I have developed over the past decade and that includes the immediate family of my great, great grandfather Moses Miller of Cabarrus Co., NC and Monroe Co., AR (the latter became Lee Co. in 1873) can be found at the following URL (primary source citations with my comments are included on each page of that data):

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=ramer1

A fairly recent survey of the abandoned Miller Family Graveyard in Lee Co., AR where Moses Miller, two of his wives and several other family relations are buried can be found at the following URL:

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~arlee2/millercemetery.htm

(Both URLs were accessed 08 Sep 2008)

I recently submitted an update and further explanation of that graveyard survey to the journal, Arkansas Family Historian, where it first appeared over two decades ago. I understand from the editor that my article is likely to appear in an upcoming issue.

Wm. R. Smith
Austin, TX


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