C6 Lodowich Miller, born 1724 or '29, died 1792. Settled in Taneytown, Maryland. Married Barbara ________. Eleven children. He was one of three brothers who owned the land resurveyed to them by their father in 1752, called Ash Swamp.
We assume that the three brothers lived on the land owned by their father until 1752 when he had it resurveyed for them. In 1751 he bought 150 acres of land to the south called "Tom's Chance". This land is adjacent to "Ash Swamp" and lies just east of the Salem reformed Church. He may have lived there until 1755 when he sold this land to Peter Tysher. We believe he moved his family to Beaver Creek, to the land that he bought in 1754 from Walter Funderburg. There is some evidence that he moved his family from place to place during the perilous days of the French and Indian War. Land records state that in 1763 & 1767 he was living in York County, Pennsylvania, and it is recorded that at the time of the birth of Daniel, he was living in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Most of the other deeds state that he was living in Frederick County, Maryland. Perhaps "Chestnut Level", located near Woodsboro and his farm at Beaver Creek in what is today Washington County, Maryland. He may have moved to Taneytown in his later years as it is recorded that he died in Taneytown, Maryland. One land records states that he was a weaver.
D2 Lodowich Miller, born 1749. Married Barbara Ann (?).
D3 Abraham Miller, born 1750. Married Catherine Byerly.
D4 David Miller, born 1750/51, Washington County, Maryland. Died 1828. Married Mary Magdalena Eickenberry.
D5 Daniel Miller, born 1752, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Died 1820. Married (first wife) Barbara Long, born 1757. Daughter of Isaac Long II and Elizabeth Zug. Married (second wife) Anna Garber, born 1762, died 1837.
D6 Susannah Miller, born 1754, Maryland. Died 1848. Married Michael Wine. Michael Wine was also a non-associator in the Revolutionary War. He was one of several Miller family members who chose not to pay the War Taxes or participate in the War Activities. Michael had his property confiscated by the authorities for remaining true to the non-violent principals of his church.
D7 Nancy Miller, born 1756, Washington County, Maryland. Married Conrad Sanger, born 1765.
D8 John Miller, born 1758, Frederick County, Maryland. Died 1791. Married Margaret (?). He owned 210 acres that had formerly belonged to his father. It was located in Frederick County, Maryland. On 27 September, 1792, they sold 210 acres of land to Abraham Miller. We do not believe the two Millers were related.
D9 Frances Miller. Married John Long, born 1761, died 1838. Son of Isaac Long II.
D10 Elizabeth Miller, born 1760, Frederick County, Maryland. Married Samuel Garber.
D11 Christian Miller, born 1755, died 1828. Married Susannah (?).
The Miller Family Tree is a collection of information gathered over the past 50+ years by:
Karleen & Tom Miller of Morrisville Pennsylvania, and Gale Honeyman of the Brethren Heritage Center.
This html version was created & is currently maintained by Eric Davis.
Tree Outline of Miller Generations