There have been no will or other documents found indicating if John-III and Mary had any children. However given there is a John Miller that is witnessing, etc. documents in Isle of Wight Co, VA after John-III's death; I am assuming this John-IV is John III's son.
ALL THE DOCUMENTS BELOW WERE RECORDED IN ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VA
1721: A John Miller appraises a John Murre's estate with Philip Wheaton & Ellis (Elias) Hodges. Same year (1721) a John Miller witnesses a will of a John Thropp where (Levy Neck Meeting House is noted). Same year a John Miller appraises the estate of a John Luck with Philip Wheadon, William Baker, & Thomas Renn.
1721: An Alice Miller is noted as the daughter of a John Bell in his will and a John Miller (assume her husband) is noted as John Bell's friend in John Bell's will.
1726: A John Miller & Mary Miller (assume Mary was John's wife) witness the will of a John Linsey of UPPER PARISH, who died 8/25/1726.
1728: A John Miller dies (date on his estate appraisal was 4/22/1728); appraised by William Harrison, Benjamin Hodges, William Bamer, and Philip Wheadon.
1746: William Miller mentions his brother John Miller to inherit William's son's (William) portion of his estate is William the son should die without heirs; so William's brother, John was still living in 1746
o George (married prior to 1756) b- Abt. 1705 o William (married prior to 1756) b- Abt. 1756) o Elizabeth Miller (has a daughter also named Elizabeth) b- Abt. 1709 o Mother of John Pinhorn & Robert Pinhorn b- Abt. 1711 o Mary Miller (later had married aTwait Vellines) b- Abt. 1713 o Susannah (Married a Mr. Thomas? Williamson) b- Abt. 1715 o Rebecca Miller (will noted Thomas Miller as her husband) b- Abt. 1717 o John (married prior to 1756)
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