first wife: Jennie Gwin? (March 17, 1793-August 10, 1828)
second wife: Jane Campbell
children by first marriage:
John Miller (January 29, 1815-July 2, 1894)
William Gwin Miller (November 19, 1816-?)
James Miller (January 10, 1819-1908)
Phillip Miller (January 21, 1821-September 10, 1840)
Margaret Miller Ferguson Miner (February 27, 1823-September 10, 1850)
David Miller (March 31, 1825-December 29, 1895) memorial 58720199
Joseph Miller (March 22, 1827-April 3, 1828)
Transcription of Phillip Miller's will (filed in Butler County):
Last Will and Testament of Phillip Miller.
I Phillip Miller of Penn township, county of Butler and state of Pennsylvania, aware of the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of a sound and disposing mind memory and understanding do make, publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament; hereby revoking and making null and void all former last Wills and Testaments and writings of the nature of last Wills and Testaments, by me heretofore made. My Will is—
First That my funeral charges and just debts shall be paid by my executors hereinafter named.
The residue of my estate and property which shall not be required for the payment of my just debts, funeral charges and the expenses attending the execution of this my will, and the administration of my estate, I give, devise and dispose thereof as follows, viz—
To my son, David Miller, to my daughters Mrs. Mary Jane Logan, Mrs. Sarah Philips, Mrs. Catherine Jane Dean, Mrs. Martha Andeson, Mrs. Elizabeth McCurdy, Mrs. Louisa Maharg, Miss Charlotte Miller, and Mrs. Emma Heely, I give and bequeath one hundred dollars, each, in addition to what I hereinafter bequeath to them.
To my grand daughter Mrs. Mille Jane Robertson, I give and bequeath two hundred dollars ($200.00). To my grand son, Charles Miner, I give and bequeath one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00).
And further it is my will that the house and lot now occupied by me, be sold by my executors to be hereinafter named on or before the first day of April A.D. 1878- the time when the price of my farm sold to Charlotte Puff is to be paid, when this my last will and testament must be fully executed.
All my property (which shall be in money) remaining after meeting and satisfying the above requirements, I give and bequeath to my children to be divided amongst them all in equal shares.
And I do nominate and appoint my son H. C. Miller and E. Ogden to be the executors of this my last will and testament.
In testimony whereof, I, the same Phillip Miller have subscribed my name and affixed my seal this twenty second day of July A. D. 1872,
Signed, sealed and declared by the said Phillip Miller to be his last Will and Testament in presence of us, who, at his request and in his presence, have subscribed our names as witnesses hereto in the presence of each other.