Does Sarah Calhoun, who married John Miller who had a son named Benjamin S. Miller, who married Eleanor Hawkins belong to this family? Process of elimination so far indicates it.
Nathaniel Calhoon shows up in the 1800 Census in Jerusalem, Yates Co., NY, p. 462.
Stewart Calhoon shows up in the 1800 Census in Jerusalem, Yates Co., NY, p. 462.
Nathaniel Calhoun shows up in the 1810 Census in Jerusalem, Yates Co., NY, p. 174a.
John Miller shows up in the 1810 Census in Bennington, Yates Co., NY, p. 145.
George Miller shows up in the 1810 Census in Bennington, Yates Co., NY, p. 151a.
Jerod Cahoon shows up in the 1820 Census in Jerusalem, Yates Co., NY, p. 201.
Jerod Calhoon shows up in the 1825 State Census in Jerusalem, Yates Co., NY, p. 74.
Florence Miller (only child of her parents)
Parents: John Hamilton Miller (8-16-1838 in Yates Co., NY to 7-10-1910 in White Cloud, Newaygo Co., MI) and Clara Belle Bristol (1885 in Spencer, Kent Co., MI d. about 1941 of cancer) They were married on November 6, 1902 in Chase, Lake Co., MI by Justice of the Peace Martin F. Mostilles
Children: Florence (8-10-1903) (m. Charles Nelson Maitland)
Clara Bristol married twice. 1st, she married John Miller. Her 2nd husband was William O. Maitland (son of Charles Maitland and Comfort Collins/Meyers). John H. Miller was part Native American. John Miller and Clara Bristol’s parentage are recorded in their marriage record.
John H. Miller and Mary Arvilla Crossman (d. 8-14-1881 in Summit or Summitville, Lake Co., MI) had a son named Charles Miller, who worked in the mill at White Cloud, Newaygo Co., MI. He married Emma Bristol, who is the daughter of Lester Washington Bristol and Sarah Jane Peasley.
Grandparents: Benjamin S. Miller (b. 1811 in NY d. after 1880 in prob. Rush Co., IN) and Eleanor Hawkins (b. 1817 in prob. Reading, Steuben Co., NY d. after 1880 in prob. Rush Co., IN) Married: March 30, 1837 in Yates, NY
Children: John H. (8-16-1838), Henry A. (1839), Hiram C. (1840 d. after 1880)
Great grandparents: John Miller (b. PA) and Sarah Calhoun (b. CT)
1840 Census for Benjamin Miller and Family in Reading, Steuben Co., NY, p. 116 - 2 males Under 5, 1 male 20-30, 1 female 20-30
1850 Census for Benjamin S. Miller and Family in Orange, Steuben Co., NY 172/173, October 3, 1850
Benjamin S. Miller39MBlacksmithNY
John H. Miller12MNYAttended School within the year
Henry A. Miller11MNYAttended School within the year
Hiram C. Miller10MNYAttended School within the year
1870 Census for John H. Miller and Family in Newaygo, Newaygo Co., MI 114/114
John H. Miller31MWUnreadable100NY
1870 Census for Benjamin Miller and Wife in Posey, Andersonville, Franklin Co., Indiana 97/93
Eleanor53FWKeeping HouseNYCannot read and cannot write
1880 Census for Benjamin Miller and Wife in Richland, Rush Co., Indiana 6/6
Eleanor63FWWifeKeeping HouseNYhas a disabilityCannot read or writeNYNY
1880 Census for Hiram C. Miller and Family in Anderson, Rush Co., Indiana 156/157
Hiram C. Miller37MWMarriedFarm LaborerNYNYNY
Nancy E.28FWMarriedKeeping HouseINININ
1880 Census for John H. Miller and Wife in Norwich, Newaygo Co., Michigan 214/220
John H. Miller43MWSelfLaborerNYNYNY
1910 Census for John H. Miller and Family in Everett, Newaygo Co., MI 8/8
John H. Miller71MWHeadNYNYNY
Lillie L. Blackman39FWDauMINYNY
Della M. Blackman2/12FWGranddaughterMIV