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Millers in Colonial SC
Posted by: Suzanne Aplin (ID *****6283) Date: February 17, 2007 at 11:11:43
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I am looking for my MILLER ancestors in colonial SC.
John HUSTON was granted land on a small branch of Wateree Creek in Craven county in 1774. He married Marry MILLER and at least one son, William Huston, was born in 1787 in what later became Fairfield County.

John Huston's closest neighbor was Alexander MILLER who had property on Walkers Creek, a branch of Wateree Creek, and on a small branch of Rocky Creek called Stevens Creek. Henry MILLER and James MILLER were also listed as having property on Wateree Creek.

Several other MILLER families received land in the same area: Archibald MILLER had land on Fishing Creek, Robert MILLER on the south fork of Fishing Creek, William MILLER on Rocky Creek, and Andrew MILLER on a branch of Rocky Creek called Bull Skin Run.

Do any of the MILLER family researchers in this area of Craven County/Camden District/Fairfield county have a Mary Miller who would have been born circa 1760? Who were her parents and siblings?


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