Miller Family Genealogy
Genealogy beginning with
Archibald M. Miller
(1844-1918) & Jessie Shaw (1842-1918 see
Archibald and Jessie had 11 boys and 2 girls.
Four died before reaching adulthood.
They had 12 grandchildren,
10 great-great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-great-grandchildren,
with one more due in June.
The Miller Family in 1912
Back row: Robert Miller,
William S. A. Miller, Harry H. Miller, James Miller
3rd row: Margaret Young Miller, Emma Ray Miller, Minnie Anderson
Miller, John Miller,
Mattie Burreson Miller, J. F. Van Camp
2nd row: David Miller, Jessie Shaw Miller, Archibald Miller, Mae Bagley
Front row: Dorothy (Will & Emma), Paul Van Camp, Archie (Robert & Mae),
George Van Camp
1. Andrew Miller
2. David Miller (1866-1930)
3. Archibald Miller (1868-1882)
4. William S. A. Miller
(1869-1929) & Emma Ray (See
5. Jessie Miller (1871-1877)
6. John (Jack) Miller
(1873-1951) & Margaret J. Young (1861-1923)
7. Margaret Miller
(1875-1909) & Dr. J. F. Van Camp
8. Hugh Miller (1877-1877)
9. Hugh Miller (1879-1908)
& Sarah Cook
10. James Miller
(1880-1946) & Mattie Burreson (1875-1976)
11. Thomas Miller
12. Harry H. Miller
(1883-1926) & Minnie V. Anderson (1882-1976)
i. Clayton Miller
ii. Andrew George Miller
(1912-1988) & Virginia Meyers (1911-2000)
1. Virginia (Giny)
Miller & Willard (Bill) Roundy, Orange, CA
a. Paul Roundy,
Santa Ana, CA
b. David Roundy, Ithaca, NY -
moving to Corvallis, OR in Sept. 2006
c. Laura Roundy &
Mikko Jokela, Berkeley, CA
i. Tai Hayden Jokela
ii. Meilin Claire Jokela
2. Joy Miller Schlarb,
Chula Vista, CA & H. Dennis Campbell (1946-2000)
a. Peter Campbell & Melody
Huntington, Santee, CA
Zachary Christopher Campbell
Campbell & Kimberly Garcia Campbell, El Cajon, CA
3. Heather Miller &
Mike Grunwald, Anchorage, AK
iii. Jessie Miller
iv. Harry Archibald
v. Ruth Miller
vi. Gordon Clare Miller
(1921-1979 see obituary) & Charlotte Belsan
1. Karen Clare Miller &
Garrett Proft, Pleasantville, NY
a. Kristin Clare
b. Kevin Garrett
2. Keith Belsan Miller
& Sally Jo Railsbeck, Boulder, CO
a. Brittany Ann
b. Daniel Jordan
13. Robert Miller
(1885-1967) & Mae Bagley (????-1967)
i. Archibald Miller
The Miller Wives Club in 1912
Back row: Minnie Anderson
Middle row: Emma Ray Miller (Will), Mattie Burreson Miller (Jim)
Front row: Mae Bagley Miller (Robert), Margaret Young Miller (John)
THE AMBROSE NEWSMAN, Ambrose, N. D.
Mrs. Archibald Miller, formerly of this city,
passed away at her home, 115 Burnside Road, Victoria, B. C., on Saturday
evening, June 29, at 8:30 o'clock, aged 76 years, 3 months and 2 days.
Jessie Shaw Miller was born in Shotts, Scotland, and came to this country in
October, 1881, with her husband and family. They resided in Minneapolis for a
few months and then moved to North Dakota in March, 1882. Mr. Miller passed
away on February 24, 1918, at Victoria.
With the exception of a few years spent in the state of Oregon and in
Victoria, Mr. and Mrs. Miller had lived most of their time in North Dakota.
They were of that sturdy, thrifty Scottish stock in which the higher
qualities of manhood and womanhood tower above the ordinary, qualities that
represent the substantial, the well-rounded in life. With their passing, six
sons are left to mourn the loss of father and mother: David S. of Victoria,
B. C.; W. S. A., Jas. L. and H. H. of Ambrose, N. D., Rev. John X. of India
and Captain Dr. Robert of Victoria.
Mr. and Mrs. James Miller have been in Victoria for several months to assist
in caring for his mother and Mr. Miller is accompanying the remains to
Minneapolis where the funeral will be held on Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock. The interment will be made in Lakewood cemetery beside her husband
and in which cemetery her daughter is also buried.
W. S. A. and H. H. Miller of this city left Thursday evening for Flaxton
where they met those accompanying the body and went on to Minneapolis to
attend the funeral.
THE JOURNAL, Crosby, N.
February 28, 1979
Former Ambrose man succumbs
to heart attack
Gordon C. Miller, 57, a
longtime White Plains, New York resident, and formerly of Ambrose, died
suddenly from a heart attack on February 13. A Masonic service
was held at Bennett Funeral Home, 824 Scarsdale Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y.
on February 16 at which all friends were welcome to attend.
Mr. Miller was born in Ambrose, North Dakota on May 21, 1921, a son of
Minnie and Harry Miller. He received most of his grade school
education in San Diego, California, but graduated from Ambrose high
school in 1933. He attended the University of Colorado and graduated
with a degree in music in 1949, after serving four and a half years in
the U. S. Army. He was employed by General Mills in White Plains
for 30 years and worked in the Food Product Division.
He was an active member of the Masons and was secretary of the Daniel
D. Tompkins Lodge No. 1013. From 1970 to 1971 he served as
District Deputy Grand Master of the Second Westchester-Putnam District.
In 1969 he was appointed Assistant Grand Lecturer for the Masons and in
1968 he became Master of Scarsdale Lodge No. 1094. He was active
in the Past Masters Association, Masonic Children's Association, and
the District Deputy Grand Masters Association.
He was a member of the Bethlehem Crusader Commandry No. 53 and was
active in its drill team.
He is survived by his wife Charlotte Belsan; a son, Keith of White
Plains; a daughter Karen Proft of Peekskill; two brothers, A. George
Miller of Chula Vista, California, and Harry A. Miller of Ambrose,
In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations be sent to the Heart Fund
or Masonic Home building fund, care of Daniel D. Tompkins Lodge, 5
Robin Hill Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y.
S. A. Miller - Emma J. Ray Wedding Announcement
Courtesy of Holly Hendricks