Third Generation

23. Nathan Miller was born in Loudoun Co, VA 13 Jun 1804.68 Nathan died 22 Nov 1886 in Sangamon Co, IL. His body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL.

He married Ann Loudenbeck in Champaign Co, OH, 25 May 1825.71 Ann was born in VA 22 Feb 1806. She died 25 Nov 1880 in Clear Lake Twp, Sangamon Co, IL. Her body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL. Ann's place of birth on the 1850, 1860, 1870 and 1880 US Census Reports was listed as Virginia. The 1880 Census also indicates that her parents were born in Pennsylvania.

Nathan Miller and Ann Loudenbeck had the following children:


 
96. i. Rebecca Miller. Rebecca died in Champaign Co, OH, before Dec 1886.

She married Milton Y. Judd in Sangamon Co, IL, 15 Nov 1849. Milton was born in Ohio 18 Jun 1825, the son of Corban C. Judd and Nancy Lakin. Milton died 5 Nov 1872 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co, MN.

"Judd, Corman C., born Nov. 16, 1800, in Marion county, Ky., was married in Brown county, Ohio, March 7, 1824, to Nancy Lakin. She was a twin sister of his brother Ezekiel's wife, with whom they moved to Sangamon county, Ill., in the autumn of 1825. [Their other brother, Rezin, joined them a year later.]

"They had eight children -

"Milton Y., born June 18, 1825, in Ohio, was married in Sangamon county, about 1850, to Rebecca Miller. They had four children, Mary, Nathan, Elizabeth and Sarilda. Milton Y. Judd enlisted in Cincinatti, Ohio, for the Mexican war, served his term, and died, Nov. 5, 1872, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His widow and children live in Champaign county, Ohio. ...

"Corban C. Judd served as a soldier two terms, form Sangamon county, in the Black Hawk war. He serviced in the Mexican war, under Gen. Scott, and died at Pueblo, Mexico, Dec. 17, 1847. His widow, Mrs. Nancy Judd died April 26, 1851. John S. Judd writes to the author that the four youngest children of Corban C. Judd were given a kind home by J. S. Hackney, one of the noblest sons of Illinois, formerly of Logan county."
- The History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois; John Carroll Power, p.421

Rebecca Miller and Milton Y. Judd had the following children:

305. i. Etta Judd. Etta died between 22 Oct 1886 and 25 Mar 1889.

306. ii. Lizzie Judd. Lizzie died before March 1889.

307. iii. Nathan Judd.

308. iv. Sarilda Judd. She married McDonald.

 
97. ii. Ben Miller.
 
98. iii. John H. Miller. He married Ida Augusta Nichols. They had the following children:

309. i. Belle Miller.

310. ii. Nathan Miller.

311. iii. Charles Miller.

312. iv. William Miller.

 
99. iv. Valentine Miller. He died in as infant.
 
100. v. Dave Miller. He died in as infant.
 
101. vi. Eliza Miller. Eliza died in as infant, falling in fireplace at age 2 or 3.
 
102. vii. Sarah Miller was born in Champaign Co, OH 16 Aug 1827. She married Charles Crane. Sarah's family (Crane Family, First Generation page).
 
103. viii. Susannah Nash Miller was born in Champaign Co, OH 20 Apr 1831. Susannah died 13 Feb 1904 in Dawson, Sangamon Co, IL. Her body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL.

She married Nelson S. Judd in Sangamon Co, IL, 15 Nov 1849. Nelson was born in Brown Co, OH 22 Oct 1825, the son of Rezin Judd and Eve Shinkle. Nelson died 7 Feb 1907 in Sangamon Co, IL. His body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL.

"Judd, Rezin, was born Dec. 26, 1798, in Mason county, Ky., and taken when a child to Clermont county, Ohio. He was married, in the adjoining county of Brown, Jan. 3, 1822, to Eve Shinkle, who was born in that county Dec. 2, 1804. They had two children, and moved to Sangamon county, Ill., arriving in the fall of 1826, in what is now Clear Lake township, where his brothers, Ezekiel and Corban, had settled the year before. They had eight children in Sangamon county-

"Albert J. and Mary I. ...

"Eliza A. ...

"Nelson S., born Oct 22, 1825, in Brown Co, Ohio, married in Sangamon county, Nov. 15, 1849, to Susan Miller, who was born April 20, 1831, in Champaign county, Ohio. They have six living children, Eliza J., Sarah E., George W., Mary M., Anna E. and Emma A., and live three miles southwest of Dawson, Sangamon county, Illinois. ...

"Rezin Judd died, July 7, 1873, and his widow resides with her three sons, in Dawson, Sangamon county, Illinois."
- The History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois; John Carroll Power, pp. 420 & 421

Susannah Nash Miller and Nelson S. Judd had the following children:

321. i. Eliza Jane Judd was born in Dawson, Sangamon Co, IL 7 Nov 1850. Eliza died 11 Nov 1937 in Edina, Knox Co, MO. Her body was interred 14 Nov 1937 in Linville Cemetery, Edina, Knox Co, MO. She married William Thomas Lanham. William was born in Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL 1 Apr 1853, the son of Solomon Lanham and Mary E. Sparks. William died 14 Feb 1908 in Edina, Knox Co, MO. His body was interred in Milport Cemetery, Edina, Knox Co, MO.

322. ii. Sarah Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Judd was born in IL around 1853. Sarah died in Edina, Knox Co, MO. She married William Close 13 Dec 1882. William was born in Dawson, Sangamon Co, IL 16 Dec 1857.

323. iii. George W. Judd was born in IL. George died in Buffalo, Sangamon Co, IL. He married Matilda Louella Lanham in Illiopolis, Sangamon Co, IL, 30 Jan 1881. Matilda was born in Sangamon Co, IL, the daughter of Solomon Lanham and Mary E. Sparks.

324. iv. Mary Melvina Judd was born in IL January 1860. Mary died in Edina, Knox Co, MO. She married Benjamin Clowser 16 Dec 1881.

325. v. Maria L. Judd was born 1863. Maria died 1864. Her body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL.

326. vi. Annie L. Judd was born 1867. Annie died 1876. Her body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL.

327. vii. Emma L. Judd was born 1871. Emma died 1876. Her body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL.

 
104. ix. Marietta Miller was born in Westville, Champaign Co, OH 2 Mar 1834. Marietta died 16 May 1931 in Buffalo, Sangamon Co, IL. Her body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Sangamon Co, IL.

She married Henry Maxwell Stoker in Sangamon Co, IL, 20 Dec 1855. Henry was born 1831. Henry died 1874. His body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Sangamon Co, IL.

Marietta Miller and Henry Maxwell Stoker had the following children:

328. i. Bert A. Stoker was born 1857. Bert died 13 Oct 1934 in Springfield, Sangamon Co, IL. His body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Sangamon Co, IL.

329. ii. Oliver Alvey Stoker was born 1860. Oliver died 16 Mar 1945 in Buffalo, Sangamon Co, IL. His body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Sangamon Co, IL. He married Mary Keltner. Mary was born 7 Apr 1865. Mary died 21 Apr 1918 in Buffalo, Sangamon Co, IL. Her body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL.

330. iii. Henrietta Stoker was born 1863. Henrietta died in 1863 at less than one year of age. Her body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL.

 
105. x. Nancy E. Miller was born 1 Jan 1839. Nancy died 23 Dec 1878.

She married William H. Nichols in Sangamon Co, IL, 7 Sep 1865. William was born 24 Jun 1830. He also married Sarah E. and Ina K. William died 30 Jun 1907.
His body was interred in Brush Creek Cemetery, Divernon, Sangamon Co, IL.

Nancy E. Miller and William H. Nichols had the following children:

331. i. Olive 'Ollie' B.5 Nichols. She married Frank S. Monroe and resided in Pawnee, Sangamon Co, IL.

332. ii. Oma J. Nichols. She married Harve Crowder and resided in Pawnee, Sangamon Co, IL.

333. iii. Anna E. Nichols. She married Edward Ford and resided in Divernon, Sangamon Co, IL.

334. iv. Onetta Nichols.

335. v. John Nichols.

336. vi. Mary M. Nichols. She married J. F. Cook and resided in Pawnee, Sangamon Co, IL.

337. vii. Ida A. Nichols. She married J. H. Miller and resided in Nebraska.

338. viii. Otto H. Nichols was born 1870. Otto died 1910. His body was interred in Brush Creek Cemetery, Divernon, Sangamon Co, IL. He married Annie Eliza Baines. Annie was born 1875. Annie died 30 Jan 1964 in Divernon, Sangamon Co, IL. Her body was interred in Brush Creek Cemetery, Divernon, Sangamon Co, IL.

 
106. xi. Charlotte Jane Miller was born 25 Dec 1840. Charlotte died 27 Nov 1909. Her body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL. She married Robert S. Garrett. Robert was born 14 Dec 1838. He died 20 Feb 1914 in Jacksonville, Morgan Co, IL. His body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL. They had the following children:

339. i. Lillie Garrett. She married Archer Scott Hunter. They had the following child: 469. i. Charlotte Hunter. She married MacCorkle.

340. ii. Nettie Garrett was born 14 Feb 1867. Nettie died 9 Jul 1897 in Dawson, Sangamon Co, IL. Her body was interred in Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL.

 
107. xii. Serilda Miller was born in Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co, IL 14 Feb 1844. Serilda died 21 Oct 1918 in Illiopolis, Sangamon Co, IL. Her body was interred in Riverside Cemetery, Sangamon Co, IL. She married Samuel M. Harbert in Sangamon Co, IL, 25 Dec 1862. Samuel was born in Tippecanoe Co, IN 31 May 1837, the son of Eli Harbert and Mary L. Halbert. Samuel died 8 Aug 1912 in Illiopolis, Sangamon Co, IL. His body was interred in Riverside Cemetery, Sangamon Co, IL.

"Samuel M. Harbert is successfully engaged in business as a grain grower and sock-raiser, and his farm in Wheatfield Township is classed among the most desirable pieces of property in this part of the county. He was born in 1837 in Tippecanoe County, Ind. His parents were Eli and Mary Harbert. His father was a shoemaker and a farmer. He died in 1839 and the mother in 1863, her death occurring in Barclay, Sangamon County, she having come to Illinois in January, 1840.

"Our subject made his home for many years with his grandfather, Dr. James Harbert of Barclay, Ill., who was a practicing physician of great repute and through him he gained a wider acquaintance with people and places than he could otherwise have done. He began life for himself as an assistant on a farm, and such was his faithfulness and industry that at the age of twenty-three he was enabled to buy eighty acres of land to which he removed and entered upon its improvement. In 1867 he bought forty acres of land adjoining his first purchase and now has the whole under a fine state of cultivation. He has established here a comfortable home, has all the necessary buildings to be found on a good farm, and has first-class machinery for carrying on his operations. His farm is well-stocked with Short-horn cattle, road horses and Berkshire hogs of a good grade, and he makes much money both in dealing in stock and in his grain sales.

"Mr. Harbert has had the assistance of a thoroughly competent and energetic wife in the accumulation of his property. They were wedded December 25, 1862, and of the happy married life four children have come. Their son John is a resident of Denver, Col.; their daughter Anna is the wife of William Clendennin and their daughter Adda who attends school is at home. One child, Ida died in infancy. Mrs. Harbert's name before her marriage was Serilda Miller, and she is a native of this county. She received an excellent training in housework and is a good housekeeper, making the home cozy and comfortable for its inmates.

"For thirty-three years Mr. Harbert has been a devoted member of the Christian Church, and he is known as one of its most zealous workers and for his sturdy adherence to principle in all the affairs of life. He is a charter member of the Illiopolis Masonic lodge which was established in 1866; he has been a Mason for thirty-two years being one of the oldest Masons in this section of the country. He has been a School Trustee for the last twelve years, has been Township Treasurer, and in whatever capacity he serves the public he strives to promote its social and moral elevation as well as its material advancement."
- Portrait and Biographical Album (1891), SVC977.35 P85, pp. 375 & 376

Serilda Miller and Samuel M. Harbert had the following children:

341. i. John Harbert.

342. ii. Ida Harbert was born in Illiopolis, Sangamon Co, IL. Ida died in as infant.

343. iii Anna Harbert was born 1865. Anna died 21 Jul 1963 in Illiopolis, Sangamon Co, IL. Her body was interred in Riverside Cemetery, Sangamon Co, IL. She married William L. Clendenen. William was born 1860. He died 9 Jun 1920. His body was interred in Riverside Cemetery, Sangamon Co, IL. Anna Harbert and William L. Clendenen had the five children.

344. Ada May Harbert was born in Illiopolis, Sangamon Co, IL 1876. Ada died 29 Jul 1932 in Illiopolis, Sangamon Co, IL,. Her body was interred in Riverside Cemetery, Sangamon Co, IL. She married William H. Gaul. William was born in Jerseyville, Jersey Co, IL 18 Mar 1873, the son of William Gaul and Mary Cummings. He died 23 Nov 1931 in Illiopolis, Sangamon Co, IL. His body was interred 25 Nov 1931 in Riverside Cemetery, Sangamon Co, IL. Ada May Harbert and William H. Gaul had four children.

 

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