Thank you so much, The Sallie(sally)Edythe Staton could very well be mine?? will check some more,now I have a new name to go on.
Some time ago I wrote to the Bay View cem and got the Miller's burried in lot 682 graves 1-8 if I remember right 6 of them were ocupied,don't know who has the outher 2 . M H Miller owned them (Michael
Hagan Miller ) My 2g grand father is burried in Bay View Cem I cut and pasted this.
His death certificate number is Whatcome County #189, 1909. Buried at Bay View Cemetery, Bellingham, WA. Family lore says 12 children. Possibly, his granddad's last name was "MŁeller."
According to his great-grandson, he was 200 lbs and 6'4" and once beat the hell out of a man for calling him a rebel during the Civil War.
He was a farmer.
Died Dec 1 1909, Interred Dec 4 1909, Age 87, cause of death General Debility, Burial Permit #2338MILLER, Joseph B. (d. 1909)
Joseph B. Miller, aged 37 years, died Wednesday evening at the family residence, three miles east of Everson, after a short illness. Mr. Miller has resided in this county for the past seven years, coming here from Iowa. He was a member of the Masonic order in Iowa. He is survived by four sons and three daughters, Claud B. Miller, Everson; three sons and one daughter in Iowa, a daughter in Seattle, and a daughter in California, and by the following grandchildren. Leon Miller, Van Buren, Wash; Percy Miller, Van Buren, Wash; Blanch Miller, Bellingham; Herbert Miller, Seattle; Mrs. Ketcham, Seattle; and a number of grandchildren in the East. The funeral services will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. from the chapel of Stokes & Wickman, 1148 Elk Street. The Rev. Fred Well, pastor of the Unitarian Church, will officiate. Interment in Bay View cemetery.
(From The American Reveille, December 4, 1909) Copied by Merrily Lawson.
Is on AR cenus ArCo 1900 with wife Margret and son Claud and adopted daughter Mai age 10
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