Christian Miller died
12 Jan 1796. His wife's name was Mary.
The land where the Miller farm was located is southeast from
Neersville, Loudoun Co, VA. The stone farm house, facing the
AT & T Road on the southside, was said to have been built
by one of Christian Miller's sons in 1793. Above the gable there
is an inscription that reads "1793". The Miller Burying
Ground is near the house.
A photograph of the Miller Burying Ground has the following message
written on the back of it:
"A close-up of the Miller
Burying Ground near Hillsboro, Va., Loudoun Co., showing the
stone slabs of two graves the one to the left of the tree bearing
the name of Christian Miller and date of death reading: Jan.
12, 1796. The stone to the right bears the name of Elizabeth
Miller with no dates remaining. Picture taken Oct. 15, 1932 by
Source for Mary's name is Christian Millers land indenture,
dated 8 Feb 1806:
"...his heirs and assigns for ever free from the claims
of themselves and of every other person except Mary Miller right
of dowery during her natural life. She being the widow of Christian
Miller deceased it being free from all other titles, charges,
and incumbrences whatsoever..."
Christian and Mary Miller
had the following children: