Age: 27, credited to Dummerston, VTVITALS
Birth: 04/06/1836, Dummerston, VTADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Alias?: None notedDESCENDANTS
Greenwood Cemetery, Dummerston, VT
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Members of Co. K, 9th Vermont, from Dummerston
DUMMERSTON --- THE LATE JOHN MILLERVermont Phoenix, March 3, 1899
The funeral of John Miller, a late veteran of the Civil War, and a member of the Grand Army of the Republic , was largely attended by his numerous relatives, citizen of this place, and members of Col. William Greenwood Post of Putney. Rev. P. F. Barnard of Westminster, late pastor of the church of Dummerston attended the funeral and was assisted by Rev. L. C. Kimball and Rev. Mr. Mitchell of Putney on the part of the Grand Army Post .
Mr. Miller leaves a widow and three children: Mrs. Walter T. Walker, F. W. Miller, and Fayette Miller, all living in Dummerston. Five of his sisters are now living, and one brother; Mrs. Ross Taft, Mrs Thomas N. Reed, Mrs. Phila Wheeler, Mrs Horace Wider, Mrs Dellia A. Nourse, and H. Harry Miller.
He was a son of John B. Miller, a prosperous farmer of this town, grandson of John Miller, A Revolutionary Soldier, and great grandson of Capt. Isaac Miller, a pioneer settler of this town. He was a soldier in companies K. &. C. of the 9th Vermont, and was a sergeant of Company C at the time he was mustered out, Dec. 1, 1865
He was a brave soldier, a good patriot, and a genuine Republican. His illness was of long duration, extending over a period of more than a year.
Courtesy of Deanna French