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Morgan MILLER Nacogdoches co 1850
Posted by: Pat Tennon Date: January 15, 2000 at 12:07:26
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I have a missing Morgan Miller born 1813 KY. Lived Claiborne Parish LA,
on the 1830 and 1840 census. Went to Nacogdoches county between
1846-1850 was on that counties 1850 census . By 1860 he and two sons
Benjamin and John had disappeared (a great grandson of Morgans said they

were hung as horse thieves . A daughter Elizabeth Jane married Joshua
Wright, another daughter Lucinda married a William Smith lived in
Limestone co on the 1860 census listed at 327-289 at Personville. A son
Gilbert was listed on the 1870 McLennan county census and then he
disappears also.

Elizabeth Smith ? Miller, wife of Morgan was listed on 1860 census
Limestone co census 326-288 age 44 born
IL,daughters Sarah E age 16, RA (Rose) 14, Martha age 12 (Catherine) all
born in Claiborne Parish LA

also 332-295 John W. Smith age 52 born IL wife Mary age 31 born in AL,
males JC age 14, CK age 13,
William age 7 , and two females A age 4 ,Mage 2, all born in Texas

I would appreciate anything , no matter how small on these families. I
am at a dead-end for a very long time. Thanks,


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