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Lost grave of Daniel Miller, Revolutionary Soldier.
Posted by: Fred Rowan (ID *****9660) Date: July 04, 2002 at 20:31:20
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I don't expect anyone to really be able to respond to this, but just in case (on a wing and a pray):
Daniel Miller died by accident around 1804 to 1806. He was at home, in Middlesex County, when the accident happened, and was buried there. (I have no idea where home was, but it was somewhere in Middlesex county). He would be buried alone, as his family left NJ and moved to NY shortly after the accident. I also believe that Daniel was a Private in the Revolutionary war, but have no proof of this, except a handwritten note by his Granddaughter. I would love to be able to find Daniel's grave. His wifes name was Mary Service or Servic. She remarried in NY and I have located her grave in NY. Daniel and Mary's first child (James) was born late in 1794. They had two more children that lived, before Daniel was killed in the accident. Locating any information on Daniel has become a brick wall. I am hoping that some day someone may see his tombstone and remember this message. Any other help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Fred Rowan

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