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Family of John NESBIT III (28) & Mary McCLURE

60. Elizabeth Easter NESBITT (John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth Easter died in 1858.

On September 3, 1839 Elizabeth Easter married John Pollock “Pogue” MOORE, son of James MOORE (December 24, 1780-October 6, 1830) & Margaret “Peggy” McCLURE (June 8, 1789-May 23, 1861), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Rev. Rich of Indiana officiating. John Pollock “Pogue” was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 1, 1810. John Pollock “Pogue” died in Marion County, Indiana, in August 1875; he was 64.

They had one child:

101 i. Margaret

61. John McClure NESBITT (John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).24 John McClure was born in Kentucky on November 17, 1807. John McClure died in Marion County, Indiana.

On July 28, 1830 John McClure married Sarah “Sally” STEELE, in Kentucky. Sarah “Sally” was born in Kentucky on March 17, 1810.

They had the following children:

i. William Steele. William Steele was born in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on August 8, 1831. William Steele died in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on August 22, 1894; he was 63.

ii. James McClure. James McClure was born in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on November 1, 1833. James McClure died in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on August 7, 1880; he was 46.

On February 11, 1868 James McClure married , in Marion County, Indiana.1 D.A.R. record states that James was unmarried.

102 iii. John Thomas (1836-1915)

iv. Mary Louisa. Mary Louisa was born in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on May 10, 1838. Mary Louisa died in Washington Twp., Marion County, Indiana, on September 11, 1911; she was 73.

103 v. Jane Maria (1841-1937)

104 vi. Joseph Allen (1844-1923)

62. Margaret NESBIT (John4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Moved to Marion County, Indiana with father in 1830.1

Margaret married Daniel Rictor SMITH.

They had the following children:

i. John.

ii. Mary.

63. Nancy Torrence NESBITT (John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1).

Nancy Torrence married Ambrose Gore RUDDELL.

They had one child:

105 i. James H.

64. Maria Jane NESBITT (John NESBIT4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Maria Jane was born in October 1815. Maria Jane died in Marion County, Indiana, in 1897; she was 81.

On May 9, 1839 Maria Jane married Henry Bloomfield EVANS, in Marion County, Indiana. Henry Bloomfield was born in Burlington County, New Jersey, on July 19, 1817. Henry Bloomfield died in Marion County, Indiana, in April 1847; he was 29.

They had the following children:

106 i. Mary Allen (1841-1925)

ii. William Henry.

65. James McClure NESBIT (John4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). James McClure died in Indiana.

James McClure married Martha Patton McCLINTOCK.

They had the following children:

i. William.

William married Rachel F. HENDRICKS.

ii. John James.

John James married Mary McCURG.

iii. Charles.

107 iv. Helen

v. Gertrude.

vi. Mary Louise.

vii. Mati.

Family of Joseph McClintock NESBIT (29) & Mary “Polly” AMMON

66. Nancy NESBIT (Joseph McClintock4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Nancy was born in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky, in 1816. Nancy died in 1879; she was 63.

On August 2, 1832 Nancy married Oscar James MILLER (74) , son of Robert Eakin MILLER (30) (1780-January 20, 1860) & Jane McCLELLAND (1780-1855). Oscar James was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1811.

They had one child:

108 i. Horace (1833-1912)

67. Mary W. NESBIT (Joseph McClintock4, Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Mary W. was born on May 10, 1827.

On November 21, 1844 Mary W. married Louis Chantrelle VIMONT III, son of Louis VIMONT Jr. (1776-December 12, 1849) & Rosanna ROWLAND (August 2, 1782-1866). Louis Chantrelle was born on May 2, 1823.

They had the following children:

i. Joseph Nesbit.

Circa 1867 Joseph Nesbit married Alice GRAHAM. Alice died on December 7, 1868.

ii. Anna.

On November 28, 1876 Anna married O. W. BRADY. O. W. was born in Nicholas County, Kentucky.

iii. Henry S.

iv. Thomas Ammon.

Thomas Ammon married Blanche BOWEN. Blanche was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

v. Belle W.

Belle W. married Robert ARMSTRONG. Robert was born in Millersburg, Kentucky.

vi. Nancy Wharton.

Nancy Wharton married Charles BEAN. Charles was born in Lexington, Kentucky.

vii. Minnie.

Minnie married Fabius HARRISON. Fabius was born in Lexington, Kentucky.

viii. Virginia Bent.

ix. Susan.

Susan married Dr. MEYERS. was born in Owensburg, Kentucky.

x. Banks M.

Family of Robert Eakin MILLER (30) & Jane McCLELLAND

68. Amanda N. MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Amanda N. died before 1859.

Amanda N. married John W. MOUNTJOY.

They had one child:

i. John W.

69. Ann MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Ann was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Ann married Joseph William WALLACE.

They had one child:

i. A. W.

70. Evaline Jane MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Evaline Jane was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Evaline Jane married John A. MILLER. John A. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1815. John A. died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

109 i. James Horace

110 ii. Robert A. Kendrick

111 iii. Jane “Jennie” Emily

112 iv. Oscar William

v. Nannie Walton.

vi. Annie Tom.

71. Horace MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Horace died in 1833. Died of cholera.

On June 6, 1829 Horace married Caroline FORSYTHE, daughter of Benjamin FORSYTHE & Anna TURNEY (April 10, 1788-April 14, 1863). Caroline was born in 1815. Caroline died on January 29, 1853; she was 38. Caroline was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had one child:

i. Horace. Horace was born in Millersburg Precinct, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 17, 1831.

HORACE MILLER,25 farmer and stock raiser; P. O. Paris; the owner and proprietor of ";New Forest,"; of which this volume contains a sketch; is a descendant of one of the early pioneer families of this county--the only son of Horace Miller--who died of cholera in 1833. The mother of our subject was Caroline, who was a daughter of Benjamin and Anna (Turney) Forsythe. Benjamin Forsythe emigrated to Kentucky from Virginia at an early day, locating in Bourbon County, where he purchased large tracts of land in this, and in Kenton and Champaign Counties, Ohio. Mr. Forsythe's half-sister, Miss Timberlake, became the wife of Judge Trimble, of the Supreme Court of the United States; one of his daughters, married Hon. Garrett Davis; the others married worthy citizens of this State. Mr. Forsythe at his death left one son. and three daughters: his son, Newton, was for several years an active busiuess man in this county, and finally located in Jacksonville, Ill. He had a son named Benjamin, who graduated at West Point with distinguished honor; he died at the commencement of the late war, with-the rank of Captain, in the regular army. This branch of the family have become extinct, except the wife of Newton, and a grandchild, now residing in Chicago. His daughter, Susan, married Gov. James Clark, by whom she had several children, among whom was Judith, who became the wife of General Bright, of Fayetteville, Tenn. He was for several years member of Congress, before and since the late war. His son, Robert Clark, is now District Judge in California. Gov. Clark married the second time; his step-daughter, Miss Thornton, is the wife of Senator James Beck. His daughter, Mrs. Charlotte (Forsythe) Buckner, now a resident of Winchester, Ky., is the mother of Benjamin Forsythe Buckner. The remaining members of that family, are Dr. Garrett Davis Buckner, of Lexington, and David Turney Buckner, of Winchester. Horace Miller, whose name heads this sketch, was the only son of his parents; he was born Oct. 17, 1831, in Millersburg Precinct; his paternal grandfather was Robert E. Miller, an early settler in this county, and a large land and slave owner; our subject was educated at Bethany College, under the tutorship of Alexander Campbell; Jan. 8, 1852, he married Miss Susan Bonaparte Dorsey, a native of New Orleans; since the age of twelve he has been identified with the Christian Church, of which he is one of the official members; in politics, democratic, and is one of the Curators of the University at Lexington; since 1863 he has been a resident of Paris Precinct, and engaged in farming and stock-raising, dealing in shorthorn cattle and Cotswold sheep; for several years he dealt quite largely in mules, his operations extending throu(rh this and several of the adjoining States; his residence is called ";New Forest;"; its location is 21 miles from Paris, on the Maysville and Lexington Pike. The Maysville and Lexington R. R. runs within 200 yards of his yard gate, where there is a station named ";New Forest,"; in honor of the farm, which contains 610 acres of choice land, handsomely located, and nearly in a square, in plain sight of Paris, and two railroads entering the same. The farm is watered by ponds and never failing springs, has plenty of timber of the best quality; there are two orchards on the farm; both contain the best varieties of fruit, cherries, plums, apricots, etc., also a fine vineyard. The residence is a large two-story brick, with basement of nine rooms; above contains eight large rooms, besides halls, attics, and double porches on the rear; has a double parlor with folding doors; the wood work is of solid cherry, all of which was grown on the farm; the yard contains about ten acres, filled with evergreen and forest trees of all kinds; its long winding avenues and drives are lined with trees and shrubs, forming a compact arbor overhead, giving the place a picturesque and romantic appearance.

On January 8, 1852 Horace married Susan Bonaparte DORSEY. Susan Bonaparte was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.

72. Martha “Patsy” MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Martha “Patsy” was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martha “Patsy” died before 1859.

Martha “Patsy” married William Frazier BAKER, son of Thomas BAKER (June 5, 1769-1840) & Rachel MILLER (November 4, 1778-1849). William Frazier was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1797. William Frazier died before 1859; he was 62.

Though it is not yet proven, I believe William Frazier Baker is the same as “William F. Baker” of Kay Withers “Baker” Genealogy. She lists a “William F. Baker, son of Thomas Baker and Rachel Miller, m. Martha Miller.” Until otherwise disproven, I will maintain this family link.--REF

They had the following children:

113 i. Jane (1830-)

114 ii. Jo Ann (1830-)

115 iii. Miller

iv. Robert.

116 v. James Horatio

73. Louisa Jane MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Louisa Jane was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Louisa Jane died after 1870 in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

In 1821 Louisa Jane married William Elisha McCLELLAND, son of Robert McCLELLAND (1773-November 24, 1833) & Elizabeth AMMON (1774-August 6, 1831), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. William Elisha was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 1, 1800. William Elisha died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 26, 1864; he was 64.

They had the following children:

117 i. Robert Miller (1822-)

118 ii. Jane E. (1825->1904)

iii. Thomas. Thomas was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1825.

On November 25, 1848 Thomas married Camelia Covington KNOX, in Scott County, Kentucky.

119 iv. Martha Ann Randolph (1832-1907)

120 v. Adella (1837-)

vi. Bettie. Bettie was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1840.

Bettie married J. Allen WOODRUFF, in St. Louis, Missouri.

vii. William. William was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1844.

viii. Elisha. Elisha was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1846.

74. Oscar James MILLER (Robert Eakin4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Oscar James was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1811.

On August 2, 1832 Oscar James married Nancy NESBIT (66) , daughter of Joseph McClintock NESBIT (29) (about 1780-August 7, 1832) & Mary “Polly” AMMON. Nancy was born in Millersburg, Boourbon County, Kentucky, in 1816. Nancy died in 1879; she was 63.

They had one child:

108 i. Horace (1833-1912)

Family of John MILLER (31) & Cassandra WEST

75. Orris James MILLER (John4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Orris James was born in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY, on April 6, 1810. Orris James died in Millersburg, Callaway County Mo., on February 10, 1880; he was 69.26 Columbia Herald 2/19/1880, under a column heading ";Died";, , In Millersburg, February 10, of pneumonia, Orris J. Miller, age 70, years. Deceased was a brother of the late Richard S. Miller, who died, a few weeks ago in Rocheport. This leaves but two of the brothers, living, Jerre of Millersburg and Alvin of Rocheport. Deceased was an, estimable citizen and had lived in Callaway County since early, boyhood. His remains were interred at Millersburg on Sunday last. He, leaves 4 children. Orris James was buried in Millersburg, Callaway County Mo.

1830 census, Bourbon Co KY

1840 census, Boone Co. MO

1860 census, Callaway Co. MO; next door is Thomas Baker, s/o BenjaminBaker and Jane Miller.

Oris Miller, 50, M, KY

Nancy, 50, F, KY

Alvin W, 22, M MO

On October 6, 1828 Orris James married Nancy Jane VARNON, in Millersburg, Bourbon Co KY. Nancy Jane was born on January 14, 1810. Nancy Jane died in MO? on December 12, 1887; she was 77.

They had the following children:

i. John Hubbard. John Hubbard was born in Millersburg, Calloway Co MO, on May 8, 1831. John Hubbard died on October 29, 1894; he was 63.

On July 17, 1854 John Hubbard married Eliza WILLIAMS. Eliza was born on July 29, 1834. Eliza died on October 19, 1888; she was 54.

121 ii. James T (1834-1908)

122 iii. Alvin William (1836-1921)

iv. George Dumas. George Dumas was born in Millersburg, Calloway Co MO, on December 19, 1838. George Dumas died on June 3, 1911; he was 72. Doctor of Medicine. Occupation: Physician.

On January 6, 1859 George Dumas married Ann BAKER27, daughter of Thomas BAKER (May 24, 1803-November 28, 1869) & Ann ADAIR (about 1808-), in Callaway Co MO. Ann was born in Callaway Co MO, on August 18, 1842. Ann died on December 9, 1907; she was 65.

v. Elizabeth J. Elizabeth J was born in Millersburg, Calloway Co MO, on October 28, 1840. Elizabeth J died on April 20, 1867; she was 26.16

On May 27, 1858 Elizabeth J married Robert VIVIAN, in Calloway Co Mo.

Family of Joseph MILLER (33) & Patsey O. E. McCLELLAND

76. Elizabeth A. W. MILLER (Joseph4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth A. W. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1815. Elizabeth A. W. died in 1886; she was 71.

On January 15, 1839 Elizabeth A. W. married George W. BRYAN Sr., son of William S. BRYAN (March 17, 1785-) & Judith FIELD. George W. was born on August 23, 1815. George W. died on August 8, 1849; he was 33.

They had one child:

123 i. George W. (1848-)

77. Joseph William MILLER (Joseph4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Joseph William was born in 1835. Joseph William died in 1887; he was 52.

JOSEPH W. MILLER,28 magistrate in Millersburg; P. O. Millersburg; was born Dec. 26, 1835, to Joseph Miller; who was born Jan. 17, 1788, and was the third son of Major John Miller, the founder of Millersburg; he born Sep. 21, 1752, died Sept. 5, 1815; he was born in Carlisle, Pa., and emigrated to Kentucky and located the land on which Millersburg now stands; soon after he returned to Cumberland County, Pa., and married Ann McClintock, and returned with his wife to Kentucky. Beneath the monument in the beautiful cemetery at Millersburg, repose the remains of both. Joseph Miller was married Dec. 28, 1809, to Polly McKee ; she a daughter of Paddy McKee, one of the first merchants of Millersburg, and died Dec. 18, 1810, without issue. His second marriage was upon May 22, 1814, to Patsey O. E. McClelland, who was born Nov. 17, 1792 ; she a daughter of Col. James McClelland (born in 1775, died July 7, 1833 ; was six times married, and died a Judge upon the bench, in Boone County, Mo.); son of William McClelland, who was a native probably of Virginia, and came, to Kentucky in 1776, landing at Limestone, now Maysville, soon after coming down the ";Old Buffalo Trace"; to the Irish Station. He had eight children, viz: Elizabeth (see Bryan hist.), James A., Martha Jane, John M., Mary, Hunt, and Joseph Woodson, who died in infancy, and Joseph W., the subject of this sketch. Only the oldest and youngest are now living, and with John M., who has two daughters residing at Caanan, O., are the only ones who have heirs. Joseph W. in his earlier life engaged in merchantile business with his father, who was one of the most energetic and prominent men of the Blue Grass region at that date, and spent about thirty-two years of his life in active business; he died in 1853, at the age of sixty-six years; his sons, John M. and Joseph W. took the stock and continued the business until the year 1860, when the latter disposed of his interest in the concern, and the death of his brother James, who was a bachelor and owner of what is now the White Distillery, at Paris, occurring about that time, he was made administrator of the estate, and was compelled to make numerous trips through the South in the interest of his brother's estate, during the hottest times of the Rebellion. He subsequently engaged in farming, and later in merchandising, until the year 1870, since which time he has kept a hotel at Maysville, and acted as agent for the Maysville and Lexington Rail Road, before the sale of the same to the Kentucky Central Company. He has been twice elected to a magistracy, which position he now holds. He is a member of the Masonic Order. He had five children; three died in infancy; they are William, James A., Lizzie B., Mattie, and Elisha.

On December 8, 1854 Joseph William married Adella McCLELLAND (120) , daughter of William Elisha McCLELLAND (January 1, 1800-June 26, 1864) & Louisa Jane MILLER (73) (-after 1870). Adella was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1837.

They had the following children:

i. William.

ii. James A.

iii. Elisha.

Family of Alexander MILLER (35) & Martha “Patsy” Harris McCLELLAND

78. James McClure MILLER (Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). James McClure was born on January 14, 1823. James McClure died on August 27, 1881; he was 58.

James McClure married Rachel A. J. HITT, daughter of Jacob “Jackie” HITT (1781-1847) & Matilda JACOBS (1791-1859). Rachel A. J. was born on March 27, 1825. Rachel A. J. died on September 19, 1904; she was 79.

They had the following children:

124 i. Mattie A.

125 ii. William McClelland (1850-1918)

iii. Mary. Mary was born in 1844.

iv. John Alexander. John Alexander was born in 1847.

In 1875 John Alexander married Mollie HALL.

v. Henry Bascom. Henry Bascom was born in 1852.

vi. Charlton Hitt. Charlton Hitt was born in 1857.

In 1893 Charlton Hitt married Josie BLOUNT.

vii. Callie McClure. Callie McClure was born in 1860.

viii. Raymond. Raymond was born in 1862.

ix. Robert Lee. Robert Lee was born in 1866.

In 1899 Robert Lee married Lula WARD.

79. Robert Andrew MILLER (Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Robert Andrew was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 27, 1827.

ROBERT A. MILLER,29 farmer; P,O. -Millersburg; was born Oct. 27, 1827, and is the fifth child of Alexander Miller, (see history of Joseph A. Miller). He was married Sept. 2, 1856, to Adela Malone Raymond, born May 7 1837, in Liverpool, England, to Malone and Catharine (Holdaway) Raymond; she, the only child of Edward and Ano (Arnold) Holdaway; Malone Raymond was a Solicitor, taking upon himself that honor, at the death of his father, being the oldest son. The Raymond family were of the nobility of Ireland. Malone (Raymond), the latter name, taken by the father of our subject's wife, properly Richard Malone, was a cousin to Lord Sunderland, also a cousin to Edwin Malone, a noted writer, Shakespearian critic, and English publisher of Shakespeare's works. Richard Malone was a nephew of the Right Honorable Anthony Malone, Chancellor of Ireland. Elliott Warberton, the noted writer, was a cousin to Richard Malone; Admiral Hamilton, of the English Navy, a cousin also, and his niece married a great-grandson of the celebrated Earl of Rodney, who was raised to the peerage in 1782, on account of his distinguished feats as an Admiral. Malone Raymond and Catharine (Holdaway) had a family of five daughters, the wife of our subject being the youngest; all are married and reside in this county. The mother-in-law of Mr. Miller, from whom this sketch was obtained, came with her husband to this country in 1849; she is a lady of the highest culture, and remarkably bright for one of her extreme age. Mr. Miller has had by this marriage six children; two died in infancy. Those living are Catharine R., born March 24, 1864; Martha H., Jan. 6, 1867; Clarence A., March 24, 1868; Robert W., July 22, 1869. He and family are members ofthe Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Miller is instructress in the Art Department at the K. F. C. at Millersburg, and is a lady of very high social as well as artistic culture.

On September 2, 1856 Robert Andrew married Adela Malone RAYMOND, daughter of Malone RAYMOND & Catharine HOLDAWAY. Adela Malone was born in Liverpool, England, on May 7, 1837.

They had the following children:

i. Catharine R. Catharine R. was born on March 24, 1864.

ii. Martha H. Martha H. was born on January 6, 1867.

In 1893 Martha H. married Andrew H. LAMB.

iii. Clarence A. Clarence A. was born on March 24, 1868.

iv. Robert W. Robert W. was born on July 22, 1869.

80. Martha Harris MILLER (Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Martha Harris was born in 1842.

Martha Harris married Judge William H. SAVAGE.

They had the following children:

i. Walter.

ii. William.

iii. Alexander.

81. America Jane MILLER (Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). America Jane was born in 1840.

On April 12, 1859 America Jane married Alexander BUTLER, son of Thomas BUTLER & Catharine CATLETT. Alexander was born on January 26, 1832.

ALEXANDER BUTLER,30 farmer; P.O. Millersburg; one of the prominent farmers and stock raisers of Millersburg Precinct; is a native of Jessamine County, and the youngest of five sons and four daughters; was doubly orphaned at about two years of age by the death of both parents. Those of the family now living are: James, the eldest, in his seventy-first year; for many years a prominent merchant at Lexington, where he now resides. William married a Miss Sarah Hubbard (deceased); is now engaged in farming in Randolph County, Mo.; Eva, wife of W. R. Hervey, who is in the Government employ at Louisville; Sarah, wife of William Ernst, Prest. of the National Bank of Kentucky, at Covington; William, the second son, died in 1870; was a farmer in Jessamine County; his wife, Mary A. Settle; Elizabeth, Catharine and Thomas died young; their parents were Thomas and Catharine (Catlett) Butler, who came from Virginia to Kentucky about 1820. The subject of this sketch received a common school education until about fifteen years of age, when he left his native county and went to Lexington, where he engaged with J. C. Butler & Co., afterward Parish & Butler, hardware merchants, with whom he continued twelve years. He was born Jan. 26, 1832, and after having passed his twenty-seventh year, he was united in marriage upon the 12th of April, 1859, to Miss A. J. Miller, youngest child of Alexander Miller; by this union there have been three children born: James A., Feb. 12, 1860; William Ernst, Nov. 17, 1861, and Mattie H., May 31, 1863. Mr. Butler is engaged in general agriculture, and a man of good business qualifications. In 1875, he was elected to the office of magistrate, the duties of which he performed two terms, receiving the hearty support of the people of his community for his honor and integrity. He and family are members of the Presbyterian Church, in which he is an Elder and energetic member, giving liberally of his means to the support of churches and missionary work.

They had the following children:

i. James A. James A. was born on February 12, 1860.

James A. married Alice HOOK.

ii. William Ernst. William Ernst was born on November 17, 1861.

iii. Mattie H. Mattie H. was born on May 31, 1863.

Mattie H. married Albert K. HAWES.

82. William McClelland MILLER (Alexander4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). William McClelland was born in 1820.

In 1846 William McClelland married Susan J. COLLIER.

They had one child:

126 i. Charles Alexander

Family of Jean MILLER (37) & Alvin WEST

83. Ann Miller WEST (Jean MILLER4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Ann Miller was born on April 23, 1804. Ann Miller died in Missouri on March 4, 1860; she was 55.

On August 23, 1821 Ann Miller married Martin BAKER, son of Benjamin BAKER (August 20, 1772-September 30, 1846) & Jane MILLER (November 21, 1777-October 20, 1852), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martin was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 23, 1800. Martin died on December 27, 1855; he was 55.

They had the following children:

i. William Miller. William Miller was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on October 3, 1822. Might be Boone County, Missouri. William Miller died in Sterling, Rice County, Kansas, on April 8, 1912; he was 89.

On November 7, 1844 William Miller first married Sarah Martin VAN DEREN, in Shelby County, Missouri. Sarah Martin was born in Kentucky on August 17, 1827. Sarah Martin died in Shelby County, Missouri, on September 4, 1864; she was 37.

On March 7, 1865 William Miller second married Isabelle F. FIELDS. Isabelle F. was born in Kentucky on May 2, 1837. Isabelle F. died in Rice County, Kentucky, on September 29, 1900; she was 63.

On April 5, 1908 William Miller third married Martha S. WALKER, in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

ii. Elizabeth H. Elizabeth H. was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on November 25, 1824. Elizabeth H. died on November 4, 1877; she was 52.

On March 24, 1842 Elizabeth H. married Ambrose Bowen PERRY, in Shelby County, Missouri. Ambrose Bowen was born in Jessamine County, Kentucky, on January 8, 1811. Ambrose Bowen died in Shelby County, Missouri, on February 8, 1869; he was 58.

iii. Joseph James. Joseph James was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on November 18, 1826. Joseph James died on June 20, 1880; he was 53.

Joseph James married Adaline GLASSCOCK. Adaline was born about 1826.

iv. John Thomas. John Thomas was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on February 11, 1830. John Thomas died on September 5, 1911; he was 81.

John Thomas married Mary Freelove DAY. Mary Freelove was born in Kentucky on August 4, 1830. Mary Freelove died in Near Epworth, Shelby County, Missouri, on April 22, 1877; she was 46.

v. Montillion. Montillion was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on November 6, 1832. Montillion died in Callaway County, Missouri, on August 6, 1833; he was <1.

vi. Montillus. Montillus was born in Callaway County, Missouri, on November 6, 1832. Montillus died in Callaway County, Missouri, on August 6, 1833; he was <1.

vii. Evaline Eakens. Evaline Eakens was born in Shelby County, Missouri, on February 18, 1836. Evaline Eakens died in Shelby County, Missouri, on March 3, 1916; she was 80.

On February 12, 1857 Evaline Eakens married Dr. Luther TURNER, in Shelby County, Missouri. Luther was born in Hannibal, Marion County, Missouri, on January 9, 1830. Luther died in Caldwell, Sumner County, Kansas, on January 30, 1908; he was 78.

viii. Patsy Orr. Patsy Orr was born in Shelby County, Missouri, on September 6, 1838. Patsy Orr died in Shelby County, Missouri, on May 13, 1839; she was <1.

ix. Marquis W. Marquis W. was born in Shelby County, Missouri, on September 17, 1839. Marquis W. died in Alton, Madison County, Illinois, on November 22, 1862; he was 23.

x. Alvin West. Alvin West was born in Shelby County, Missouri, on January 1, 1841. Alvin West died on February 16, 1885; he was 44.

On November 1, 1864 Alvin West married Ann Mary TRAMMEL. Ann Mary was born about 1841.

xi. Laura Jane. Laura Jane was born in Shelby County, Missouri, on October 24, 1843. Laura Jane died in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Missouri, on May 17, 1932; she was 88.

On November 8, 1860 Laura Jane married William Isaac DAVIS. William Isaac was born in Nevada about 1840.

xii. Mary Ann Martin. Mary Ann Martin was born on March 25, 1834. Mary Ann Martin died in Missouri on July 3, 1877; she was 43.

Mary Ann Martin first married Ray FIELDING.

On December 28, 1853 Mary Ann Martin second married Thomas William WEST. Thomas William was born on February 25, 1833. Thomas William died in Newark, Knox County, Missouri, on August 6, 1862; he was 29.

On February 7, 1867 Mary Ann Martin third married Fielding RAY. Fielding was born on March 4, 1825. Fielding died on December 6, 1903; he was 78.

84. Elizabeth B. WEST (Jean MILLER4, Ann McCLINTOCK3, Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth B. was born in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1805.

On January 6, 1820 Elizabeth B. married John BAKER, son of Benjamin BAKER (August 20, 1772-September 30, 1846) & Jane MILLER (November 21, 1777-October 20, 1852), in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky. John was born in Kentucky on November 16, 1798.

They had the following children:

i. Thomas. Thomas was born about 1822.

Thomas married America RATCLIFFE. America was born about 1822.

ii. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born about 1824.

iii. Sallie. Sallie was born about 1826.

Sallie married Silas BARNES. Silas was born about 1825.

iv. Mary. Mary was born about 1828.

Mary married James FISHER. James was born about 1828.

v. Alfonso. Alfonso was born about 1830.

Alfonso married DAVIS.

vi. William Buck. William Buck was born about 1832.

William Buck married Mollie TRIPLETT. Mollie was born about 1832.

vii. Press. Press was born about 1834.

Press married Elvira KERNES. Elvira was born about 1835.



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