1820 Fairfield Twp, Butler Co. OHNancy Rowen 200000201 two doors up Andrew Rowen 3100013001001 Fairfield, Acres Frederick 2000103101001 1830 Fairfield Twp, Bulter Co., OH Frederick Acres males 2200001 females 0000001 1840 Washington Twp., Tippecanoe Co., IN Akers, Frederick 01220001 females 1200001(Nancy 40 to 50, Fredercik 50-60) 1850 Washington, Tippecanoe Co., IN. #100 Acres Frederick 60, WM 18 #99 Schooleraft James 40 $1000 Catherine 28, John 4, Malinda 1 Henry 2/12 John Miller 80#104 Samuel Miller 31 family #105 Daniel Miller 40 and family born OH As you see I have placed Miller families because Nancy was a Miller before marrying Jacob Round. I still haven't found her parents. Nancy died 1850 in Tippecanoe Co., IN. I haven't been able to find Frederick in 1860. I beleive his sons were 1. William died in Civil War 1838- 1864, @.Geroge 1824 died 1870 in Warren Co., IN. 3. Amber 4. Benjamin 5, Jesse
Nicholas Miller- “B 1750, d 5-23-1833; bur Baptist Cem on Princeton Pk, Liberty Twp, Butler Co, O. Butler Co Records state he was a Revolutionary Soldr.” “ died 7/23/1833; buried Baptist Cemetery #150, Princeton Pike; section1, row 1, grave 1.”
John MILLER, of Rockbridge County, VA settled one mile south of College Corner, on a farm now occupied by George WILSON, in 1806. Tobias MILLER, of the same place, came in 1809. Jacob BAKE came in 1809, and took up his residence one-half mile below Tobias MILLER's. Colonel John MILLER, of VA, came in 1809, and took up his residence among the people in this section of the country.