I am working on the following family, which lived in Allen County, Van Wert County and Defiance County Ohio since 1830.
William Miller Sr. (1784-1857) (married to Nancy born 1790 in New Jersey). William Miller Sr. was from Pennsylvania and was living in Pickaway County, Ohio in 1830.Around 1833, he and his family moved to Sugar Creek Twp., Allen County Ohio. Their children were:
1. Jackson Miller (1808-1858)marr.Margaret Teegardin (1806-1894) (have more on her family)They had the following children: Jacob W. Miller, William W. Miller, Jackson Miller, Elisha B. Miller, Margaret, Nancy Ann Mell,Mary, Elizabeth, Lucinda Pearch.
2. Thomas Miller (1810-1897) marr. Rachel Ann Tharp (1813-1900)They had the following children: Harriet, Elizabeth, Theodore C. Miller, Thomas W. Miller, Elmer H. Miller
3.William H. Miller (1812-?)marr Elenora McCormick (1817-?) They had the following children: i. Letitia Harter (b. 1837) (spouse William Harter); ii. Clark Bartley Miller (b.1840) (spouse Sarah Ann Calentine: daughter of Henry Calentine and Elenore Calentine) (Clark Bartley Miller and family moved to Henry Twp., Fulton County, Indiana in 1866); iii. Sarah Jane (spouses Frederick Patton and Jacob Graham) (lived in Van Wert County); iv.William W. Miller (b 1844)(spouse Elizabeth Mohler); v. Jesse Semor Miller (b 1846) (spouses Amelia Shade, Sarah Jane Gauze, Anna Mattox, Anna Thatcher)(lived in Van Wert County); vi. Missouri (b. 1848); vii. Jennie (b. 1853); viii. Thomas E. Miller (b 1851) (spouse Lydia Anna Roop) (lived in Van Wert County); ix. Margaret E (b 1856); x. Peter O (died infant)
4. John Miller (1818-1887) marr Harriet Decker They had the following children: Harriet Daniels, Sarah Ann, Mary J., Elizabeth B., John Miller, William Miller, Henry Miller, Eliza E. Miller
5. Luticia Miller (1827 - )
6. Washington Miller (1829 - )
William Miller Sr. had at least 2 other daughters, names unknown.
If you are related to or researching any of the above people please e-mail as I have much more information on the above families and would love to hear from others researching these families.