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Re: Cleave G. Miller bd 1882 d. 1949
Posted by: Hubert Bender (ID *****2302) Date: September 30, 2004 at 14:34:18
In Reply to: Cleave G. Miller bd 1882 d. 1949 by Shirlee McCoy of 657

Annie Miller is enumerated on the 1900 Harrison County census on page 272. Nearby is a neighbor, Benjamin F. Rhodes.The 1910 census, Harrison County, page 217, enumerates Benjamin F. Rhodes with wife Annie, married 4 years. The 1920 census has Annie Rhodes, widow. The 1920 census of Marion County, page 217, has Cleve Miller with children Emma age 9, Ruby age 7 and Bobby age 4, enumerated with Benjamin F. Rhodes age 24. The relationship of Cleve Miller and Benjamin F. Rhodes is shown as half-brothers.

The obituary of Lillie Mae Gilleapie, died May 1, 1979 and buried at Pope Cemetery near Woodlawn, Texas, identifies her as a daughter of Cleve Miller

According to Miller family members, there are several Miller family members buried in the Pope Cemetery but the graves are not marked and no death certificates have been located.

Annie Rhodes resided within 1/2 mile of Pope Cemetery as reflected on the 1920 census. It is probable that she is buried there.


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