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John Miller (1894 - 1948)

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John Miller
Born in Aspatria, Cumberland, England, United Kingdommap
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Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Father of [private son (1920s - 1990s)], [private son (1920s - 1980s)] and
Died in Fylde, Lancashire, England, United Kingdommap
Profile last modified | Created 16 Feb 2016
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John was born 1894. John Miller ... He passed away 23 April 1948

Buried Singleton

Census: 1901 White Lees, Aspatria, Cumberland, England.


Death certificate and free BMD search Fylde Vol 10 page 224

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    John Miller
    Gender: Male
    Birth: Circa 1894 - Aspatria, Cumberland
    Residence: 1901 - White Lees, Aspatria, Cumberland, England
    Age: 7
    Working at home: No
    Father: JosephMiller
    Mother: Betsy Miller
    Siblings: Sarah A Miller, Mabel Miller, Mary L Miller, Lily Miller, Rachael Miller, William Miller
    Census: Urban district:AspatriaSeries:RG13 Parish:Aspatria & BraytonPiece:4876 Township:AspatriaEnumerated by:Joseph Rook Municipal ward:WestEnum. District:13 Ecclesiastical district:St Kentigern AspatriaFolio:125 Parlamentary borough:Northern Or EskdaleFamily:131 Registration district:Wigton, Abbey HolmeLine:18 County:CumberlandImage:21 Country:England Date:1901 See household members
    <a id="household"></a>Household
    Relation to head; Name;Age
    Head; <a href="1901-england-wales-census?s=174763301&itemId=99930615-&groupId=03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f&action=showRecord">Joseph Miller</a>; 35
    Wife; <a href="1901-england-wales-census?s=174763301&itemId=99930616-&groupId=03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f&action=showRecord">Betsy Miller</a>; 33
    Son; <a href="1901-england-wales-census?s=174763301&itemId=99930617-&groupId=03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f&action=showRecord">William Miller</a>; 11
    Daughter; <a href="1901-england-wales-census?s=174763301&itemId=99930618-&groupId=03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f&action=showRecord">Sarah A Miller</a>; 9
    Daughter; <a href="1901-england-wales-census?s=174763301&itemId=99930619-&groupId=03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f&action=showRecord">Mabel Miller</a>; 8
    Son; <a href="1901-england-wales-census?s=174763301&itemId=99930620-&groupId=03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f&action=showRecord">John Miller</a>; 7
    Daughter; <a href="1901-england-wales-census?s=174763301&itemId=99930621-&groupId=03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f&action=showRecord">Mary L Miller</a>; 5
    Daughter; <a href="1901-england-wales-census?s=174763301&itemId=99930622-&groupId=03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f&action=showRecord">Lily Miller</a>; 3
    Daughter; <a href="1901-england-wales-census?s=174763301&itemId=99930623-&groupId=03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f&action=showRecord">Rachael Miller</a>; 11 months
    Servant; <a href="1901-england-wales-census?s=174763301&itemId=99930624-&groupId=03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f&action=showRecord">Lizzie Lowerby</a>; 18
    Servant; <a href="1901-england-wales-census?s=174763301&itemId=99930625-&groupId=03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f&action=showRecord">Joseph Fell</a>; 17

    Event: Record Role: 10156:99930620-:03785229ad240395c5a3f154091b2a2f

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On 20 Nov 2017 at 02:45 GMT Jacqueline Clark wrote:

Miller-33711 and Miller-33649 appear to represent the same person because: appears to be accidental duplication by same PM please merge. He shows as his own brother

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