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There are just too many Daniel Milles in Montgomery County, Ohio in the early 1800s, all Brethren, of course, and therefore, running with the same crowds and very difficult to tell apart.
In order to sort through the confusion surrounding the various Daniel Millers, and who they are related to, and how, I’ve numbered them.
This must be the German trait for love of organization coming out in me:) Daniel (1) is the subject of this article and my ancestor.
Daniel was married to Elizabeth Ulrich and died in Montgomery County, Ohio on August 26, 1822. Daniel (2)’s wife was Susanna Bowman and Daniel (2) lived in what would become the City of Dayton proper where he settled on Wolf Creek in November of 1802, according to the History of the City of Dayton and Montgomery County, Ohio, Volume 1.
For those specifically interested in this line, the has an article available written by Gale Honeyman. According to the family Bible he was born on March 30, 1779 and he died on June 25, 1812.
He would have been 33 years old, and unless he was disabled in some way, he was likely married and may well have had children.
He would only have been about 20 when his father Daniel floated down the Ohio on a raft, probably in 1799.
Daniel (3) could have remained in Clermont County when his father and uncle, David Miller, left for Montgomery County sometimes around 1802.
There is no mention of an estate for Daniel (3) in Montgomery County.
Daniel (4) is the grandson of Daniel (1) through his son Stephen Miller.
Daniel (4) was born in 1797 in Bedford County, PA and died in 1879 in Preble County, Ohio.
Daniel (5) is the son of Michael Miller and Salome Cramer of Montgomery County.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating