Descendent Families
Mabel E.|Grace Miller

Timeline

1899. Birth

1912. Death

Documents

Notes

Mabel Miller lived to be 13 or so before she died. According to my grandfather, who taught mathematics at the high school level, she was brilliant -- she learned plane geometry by the time she was 12 (with his tutelage). She was, I believe, the 2nd child -- between Aunt Mickey and my father.(2004)

Ancestral Families
Mabel E.|Grace Miller PHOTOS:

"Alida, Mabel, Allen 1903"

Alida, Mabel, and Allen Miller

Date: 1903

Standing: O.M. Miller. Seated on bench: Susannah Jane Babcock, Alida Rae Miller, Elizabeth Margaret Blacketor. Seated on lawn: Allen Miller, Mabel Miller

Date: 1905

"Circa 1905. In swing Grace Ellen Miller, in chair (r) John Robbins. 1st row: Allen, Mable. 2nd Mother Blacketor, Alida, Grandma. 3rd O.M."

Standing: O.M. Miller. Seated on bench: Susannah Jane Babcock, Alida Rae Miller, Elizabeth Margaret Blacketor. Seated on lawn: Allen Miller, Mabel Miller. Extreme left: Grace Pocock. Extreme Right: John Robbins (Wider shot of scan 31)

Date: 1905

Place: Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana, USA?

Grace Ellen Pocock with children Mabel, Alida and Allen Miller

Date: 1908?

"Alida, Sam Horn, Allen / Grace Elizabeth"

Alida Rae Miller, Sam Horn (hired man), Allen Miller and Mabel Miller in tree; Grace Pocock and Elizabeth Blacketor below

Date: 1908?

"Probably 1907-08"

Alida, Allen and Mabel Miller

Date: 1908?

Mabel, Alida and Allen Miller

Date: 1909?

"Alida, Allen (back), (Left To Right Front:)Sam Horn Hired Man, Spot, Mabel, Grace, Elizabeth"

Sam Horn (hired hand), Alida Rae Miller, Spot the dog, Allen Miller, Mabel Miller, Grace Ellen Pocock, Elizabeth Margaret Blacketor

Date: 1908?

Allen and Mabel Miller, Elizabeth Blacketor, Alida Miller

Date: 1909?

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