Ok, Just a side note, there was a Keturah Morris listed on the 1830 Branford twp, New Haven Co, Connecticut census page 183. Since Keturah is such a different name you may want to check out that area.
Now for Howell twp., Monmouth Co, since it was roughly alphabetized I won't be able to give you neighbors or anything.
There were 3 Joseph Miller's living in Howell twp. in 1830:
Joseph L. Miller:
One male under age 5, one male age 20-30, one female under 5, one female age 15-20
Joseph Miller Jun.
2 males under age 5, one male 5-10, one male 10-15, one male 15-20, one male age 20-30, one female under age 5, one female age 5-10, one female age 10-15, one female age 30-40
Joseph Miller Sen.
one male age 15-20, one male age 70-80, one female age 10-15, one female age 40-50, one female age 70-80
one male age 5-10, one male age 30-40, one female under age 5, one female age 5-10, one female age 30-40
Other Millers living in town in 1830: Caleb, Lewis, David Esq., Jacob Jr., John and James.
In 1840 Howell twp., Monmouth County:
The only Joseph Miller left living in Howell was
Joseph Miller Jr. page 191:
One male under 5, one male 10-15, 2 males 15-20, 2 males 20-30, one male age 40-50, one female 5-10, one female 10-15, one female 20-30, one female 40-50.
When I searched for Gilbert Miller in 1840 Monmouth Co I found none, so I searched all of NJ and found a Gilbert Miller in Atlantic Co and in Middlesex Co. Unfortunatley the 1840 still doesn't list spouse names so I had to look at ages of household members. The Gilbert Miller in Atlantic County was not a match (he was 30-40 in 1840).
Middlesex County was a 30-40 year old too. so perhaps Gilbert went by Gil? or perhaps he died by 1840?
Searched Gil Miller, no Gil Miller's in New Jersey in 1840. Searched Keturah Miller, no matches either. Searched Bert Miller, no matches.
I searched ancetry.com for any census records for Gilbert Miller, 40 matches, 11 in 1840, 16 in New Jersey. Of those in NJ most were obviously not him because they were paying taxes in Shrewsbury in the 1790's when your Gilbert was a child.
Of the 11 Gilbert Miller's on the 1840 census index there were the following locations: Pike County, Illinois; Kings Co, New York; Erie Co, NY; Renssalaer Co, NY; Seneca Co, NY; 2 in Westchester Co, NY; Bradford Co, Penn; and in Wayne Co, Ohio. Plus the two in NJ I ruled out.
If you can find the 1840 location for Gilbert I can look it up for you.
Hope this is helpful for you.
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