I am also in need of data on this family as I am related to Aaron's first wife, Jane Ann MILLER. Her mother was Anna WEATHERWAX (Mrs. Henry Miller). Anna wasmy great great grandfather's eldest sister.
In the Records of The First Presbyterian Church of West Galway is an entry on page 39:
"Mr Dresser: Corell, 21, Glennville, Farmer to Jane Ann Miller, 19, Amsterdam. Witnesses were Alexander & Andrew Weatherwax, July 27, 1831."
According to a cousin of mine, they were married at Miller residence, Town of Amsterdam, Montgomery Co., NY.She found this data on the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society website.
Jane Ann Miller Carroll died in December, 1849 at Lenawee Co., MI. This was much too early for the event to be mentioned in Michigan vital records (they were mandated to begin in 1867) but the 1850 Census Mortality Schedule does provide some data, as follows:
United States Census (Mortality Schedule), 1850 Name: Jane A Carroll Residence: Lenawee county, Lenawee, Michigan Age: 37 Sex: F Married or Widowed: M Calculated Birth Year: 1813 Birthplace: New York Gender: Female Death Month: Dec Death Year: Dec 1849 Film Number: 1578858 Digital GS Number: 4206507 Image Number: 00210 Line Number: 27 Disease or Cause of Death: Unknown Number of Days Ill: 2 month
I tend to believe that Jane (and hopefully several other members of her family) are buried in the North Dover Cemetery, Dover Twp., Lenawee Co., MI.