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Oatha Miller (abt. 1781 - abt. 1858)

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Oatha (Otha) "Othias" Miller
Born about in Marylandmap [uncertain]
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married in Baltimore County, Marylandmap
Descendants descendants
Died about in Fallsbury Township, Licking, Ohio, USAmap
Profile last modified | Created 9 Jun 2011 | Last significant change: 16 Oct 2018
23:27: Natalie (Durbin) Trott edited the Biography for Otha Miller. [Thank Natalie for this | 1 thank-you received]
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Categories: 1st Regiment, Ohio Militia, War of 1812.

Contents

Biography

Birth Estimate

According to his tombstone, Oatha Miller was born October, 20, 1781 somewhere in Maryland. The date is otherwise undocumented.

Marriage

Otho Miller married Elenor Porter June 21, 1806 in Baltimore County, Maryland.[1]

Military Service

Oathias Miller enlisted in the U.S. Army February 16, 1814 and was discharged, a private soldier, August 16, 1814.[2]
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Private Otha Miller served in the Army in the War of 1812
Service started: February 16, 1814
Unit(s): George Hosher's Company
Service ended: August 16, 1814

United States Census 1820

1820.[3]

United States Census 1830

1830.[4]

United States Census 1840

1840.[5]

United States Census 1850

1850.[6]

Death

According to his tombstone, Oatha Miller died February 1, 1858 in Licking County, Ohio.

Grave Location

He is buried in Fallsburg Cemetery located in Licking County, Ohio.[7]

Research Notes

Some researchers make Oatha Miller the son of Valentine Miller and Susan Laubach, residents of Northampton, Pennsylvania. This is undocumented and unlikely. Oatha Miller lived in Maryland and Ohio. No records exist to suggest otherwise. His marriage and all census returns signify his origin as Maryland.

Some researchers assign Otho Miller, resident of Delaware Upper Hundred, Baltimore, Maryland, as the Oatha Miller of this profile in the 1810 Census. This is also unlikely. If the birth estimate is correct, Oatha Miller would have been approximately 29 years of age in 1810. There are no males meeting that age category in the return. By 1810, Oatha Miller had two female chldren under the age of 10 years. The Otho Miller of the census return is not Oatha Miller, the husband of Eleanor Porter.

Some presentations list a female child named Clarissa, born in 1816 in Licking County, Ohio. This child is undocumented and unlikely.

Quite a strong connection exists between the family of Oatha Miller and the family of Joseph Jones. Three daughters of Oatha Miller married three sons of Joseph Jones.

The unit reference for Captain George Hosher is found here.[8]

Sources

  1. Marriage 1806 - Familysearch Maryland Marriages, 1666-1970.
  2. Military Service 1814 - Fold3 Ohio, Soldiers Grave Registration Cards, 1804-1958.
  3. United States Census 1820 - Familysearch United States Census 1820.
  4. United States Census 1830 - Familysearch United States Census 1830.
  5. United States Census 1840 - Familysearch United States Census 1840.
  6. United States Census 1850 - Familysearch United States Census 1850.
  7. Gravesite - Findagrave Fallsburg Cemetery.
  8. Unit Designation - Fold3 War of 1812 Service Records Index. Ohio. Hosher, George (Captain). Page 1.


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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Otha by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA. However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line. It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Otha:

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