Tim Miller

Tim Miller

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Tim L. Miller
Born 1950s.
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Father of [private daughter (1980s - unknown)] and [private daughter (1980s - unknown)]
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Profile last modified | Created 3 Oct 2014
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This is a pre-1700 American ancestor of mine, and I'd like more information on where they came from.
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On 18 Nov 2018 at 01:00 GMT Mike Orr wrote:

Hi Tim.

Check this out

http://huskey-ogle-family.tripod.com/ancestorarchives/id31.html It will help with the Sutton to Sitton name change.

Michael A Orr (Orr-1706)

On 1 Aug 2018 at 22:26 GMT Ruth Conley wrote:

Hi Tim, I'd love to manage Peter Dial Lykins' page. Do you have any other sources for his or Evelyn's parents or grandparents? Feel free to add or edit anything you remember. Thanks! Ruth

On 25 Feb 2018 at 23:49 GMT Linda (Dillon) Mattox wrote:


Please check this link out. It is Kentucky Death Record showing Thomas Caskey's parents as Robert and Jane. I did not add them as his parents but would be interested to hear your thoughts. I will add the link to his sources. Thank you, Linda

On 7 Nov 2017 at 16:30 GMT Jerry Prater wrote:

Hello Tim, From what I was told by the Prater family historian,Gary Benton Prather,who has researched the name for 50 years,is that Prater is the original spelling of the name. He lived in England for 3 years and did most of his research there. The name came from the Roman,praetorian guard,is what he explained to anyone that asked the question. He said the change was because when people migrated west people were not very good at spelling so they spelled it the way they thought it was spelled. After they were given deeds,bill of sales,etc.,with the name Prather on it the spelling had to stay that way. Most of the time the people with the deed could not read or write . Thank you,Jerry Prater.

On 12 Jan 2016 at 02:50 GMT Nae (Lockhart) X wrote:

NP! Happy to help. If you review some of the sources I added, this will give you insights to the available online documentation for your family tree... I add things, but am not a biographer in most cases, but like to have the "facts" to review. Source out your folks, and a great idea when stumped is to fill out the tree, especially pre 1900...that's where you will find the maiden names, etc...so rather than pruning the tree...fill out the branches and you'll have more flowers and fruit in the spring...it's coming soon (minus degrees here tonight with the wind..F degrees not C).  :) Need help, let me know! Nae

On 5 Aug 2015 at 17:00 GMT Kitty (Cooper) Smith wrote:

Welcome to the 1776 Project: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:1776

There are category links to add to your ancestor's profiles and research links to learn more about your family. The Project is a good way to consolidate the WikiTree ancestors with historic connections to the years of 1773 (Boston Tea Party) to 1789 (ratification of the U.S. Constitution.) All patriot, loyalist, Hessians, French, Native Americans or any other profiles with a connection to these years should be linked to an appropriate category in the Project.

Please set your preferences for your Tags Followed to include 1776 Project and any other tag terms that you wish to follow on the GenealogistToGenealogist (G2G) feed: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Special:Following

Some categories have a template (SAR) to add at the top of a biography. If not, add a category link by putting the category name such as
Tim Miller participated in the American Revolution

Thank you.

On 10 Feb 2015 at 14:03 GMT Keith Hathaway wrote:

Hello Timothy,

How are you doing? Hope you're enjoying our site.

Our vision is to build a collaborative tree. Please make sure to look for duplicates on WikiTree before adding a profile. Having dates and locations attached to every person assists in our mission as well.

Feel free to check out How To Use WikiTree. It's a great step-by-step guide.

Also Help Index with links to topics you may have questions on. Don't forget our G2G Forum where many of our generous members help each other out.

And of course, I'm here to help in any way I’m able. Just ask!

Robert ~ WikiTree Mentor

On 8 Feb 2015 at 20:21 GMT Patricia Roche wrote:

Hello Timothy, Thank you for volunteering to help grow our World Wide Family Tree. You are now a member of the WikiTree Community. Please note we are trying to build one Collaborative Tree which means one profile per person. It is important to ensure no duplicates are entered as you add any Profiles to WikiTree.

If you need any help getting started check out the help section from the menu, top left, or head over to the Help section or head over to the G2G forum and take a minute to introduce yourself in the Tree House, you might also want to check out the introductory WikiTree video that a member created.

Our Mentor Team are a friendly bunch of volunteers who will be glad to help you with specific problems if you have any.

Good luck growing your branches, Patt

On 8 Feb 2015 at 20:18 GMT Tim Miller wrote:

I am a retired atmospheric scientist living in Huntsville, Alabama. Grew up in SW Ohio, which is where my father's line came around 1800, and my mother's line is from Eastern Kentucky, having come there in the late 1700s. Most of the information I bring was gathered by my mother, who is deceased. I am happy with the nine rules and will be glad to abide by them. I am happy to be able to contribute to the mission of WikiTree.

On 3 Oct 2014 at 02:54 GMT Julie (Fiscus) Ricketts wrote:

Hi, Timothy --

We're glad you stopped by to check out WikiTree! We're growing a FREE worldwide family tree and are striving for ONE collaborative profile per person.

To get started check out:

  • Our Honor Code, which is a very important part of why our community is such a friendly place to grow your family tree. Please take some time to read it.
  • The G2G forum. Feel free to ask a question!
  • The help menu on the top right where you’ll find some very useful information.

If you're ready to start helping, click the volunteer button and leave a comment here on your profile to let us know how you would like to contribute.


Queen Victoria Tim is 24 degrees from Walter Morrison, 26 degrees from Alison Wilkins and 20 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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