John O. Miller
- Born: 1853, IN
Died: After 1920, Indianapolis
Married: Jane _?_
Our Child: Mary Miller Born Feb 1884, IN
Catherine Born Oct 1879, IN
Ethel Born Nov born 1883, IN
Anna Born born Jul 1892, IN
Ralphford born Jul 1895, Brant County, Aims Twonship
Brother: George Eli Born Jul 1863, IN
Everybody listed and their parents were born in Indiana
The 1880 Census shows John and his wife Jane and 1 year old daughter
Basthina. John lists his occupation as 27 year old laborer.
All 3 have Indiana listed as their place of birth.
John O. Miller in 1880 Census.
In 1880 John and his family in Grant County, Aims Township, IN. By 1900
John had moved to Jennings County, Spencer Township IN.
In 1900 John O. Miller lived in the
household of his sister Martha L
Mundy and his brother-in-law Eli Mundy. Eli and Martha had 2 sons,
Anthony (born Apr 1894) and William (born Nov 1896) and a daughter Inez
(born Oct 1899). With John were his children Ethel, Mary, Ralphford and
Anna, and his brother George. The 1900 census said they both could read
english, but neither could write. Ethel and Mary could both read
and write as teenagers. John and George both worked as laborers
at the time. Ralphford is listed as a niece, but also listed as a
By 1920 67 year old John was living in the
household of his daughter Mary
(Louie) and her husband Jesse
Rutledge. John was still working as a laborer at the local iron
foundery. Also living in the house were Marys children from a
previous marraige to David Spaulding, Eliza, Violet and Ada Spaulding
Bencik, the wife of Ed Bencik, who also
lived there. Also living in the house was Charles Rutledge, the
son of Mary and Jesse Rutledge. A non-family member was also
living in the house named Steve Nirge, born in Austria to Hungarian and
Living upstairs or in side apartment (I think) were Ed Benciks parents,
and Theresa Bencik, whom I believed
owned the house at the time. I could find no record of John O.
Miller after 1920. I have not been able to establish the identity
of his parents.
1920 Census shows John O. Miller in
Jesse Rutledge household