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Re: Isaac Miller of Mathews County, VA
Posted by: Amy Braun (ID *****3475) Date: February 20, 2012 at 10:58:30
In Reply to: Re: Isaac Miller of Mathews County, VA by Carol Miller Causey of 356

The Isaac Miller, Sr and Jr that I have researched left Mathews County, Va sometime during or after the Revolution and ended up in Gates County, NC in the 1780s where Isaac Miller Sr died in 1810 and Isaac Miller JR set out for Georgia sometime between 1810 and 1820. They are both well documented in Gates county during the 30 years between 1780 and 1810, and then there is a pretty good record of this Isaac Miller Jr moving out from Washington County GA to live wth a son in Jefferson County, FL where he died in 1830.

I don't have any record of my Isaac Millers in Yancey County. The name is too common, and it is grueling to research. My hope is to find out where Isaac Miller Sr came from before he married Elizabeth Hudgins in Mathews County in 1763. I'm stuck there and I just can't seem to move back any further on this man. Also, I would love to know why he disappeared during the revolution. He could have had Tory sentiments, but I can't find any record of this Isaac Miller as a soldier or a Tory during the revolution.


Thanks,
Amy Miller Braun


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