Bio: Miller, Julius H. (1854 - ?)

Contact: Stan


Surnames: Miller, Hill, Dodge


----Source: 1881 History of Northern, Wisconsin

 JULIUS H. MILLER, wagon and carriage maker, Merrillan, was born in Germany in 1854. Came to America in 1870, and settled in Baltimore, at which place he worked at his trade one year. Came West, and worked eighteen months at Oshkosh, Wis. Started in business for himself in Outagamie County, and continued there for two years, and in 1876, came to Merrillan, where he worked for C. M. Paine & Co. in the lumber business. In 1878, started in his present business. Is a member of I. O. O. F., Merrillan Lodge, No. 246. Was married, Dec. 25, 1880, to Miss Mary Hill. She was born in New York in 1863.

Family Notes

1880 Federal Census, Alma, Jackson, Wisconsin, pg. 264

J. H. Miller, single American male blacksmith
birthdate : 1854
father's birthplace : Germany
mother's birthplace : Germany

Household Members
self Mrs. H. M. Hill F 39 New York, United States
daughter Mary Hill F 16 (1863) New York, United States
daughter Hattie Hill F 9 New York, United States
other J. H. Miller M 26 Germany
other Dudley Dodge M 32 Maine, United States

Wisconsin Birth Records

gender: Male
birth date: 10 Apr 1885
birthplace: Merrillan Twp, Jackson, Wisconsin
race: White
father's name: J. H. Miller
mother's name: Mary Hill
mother's birthplace: America

Germany Birth Records and Baptisms

*Hermann Julius Mueller
gender: Male
baptism/christening date: 17 Apr 1854
baptism/christening place: BOHLSCHAU, WESTPREUSSEN, PRUSSIA
father's name: Wilhelm Mueller
mother's name: Johanna Knuth

*We are not certain if this is our Juluis H. Miller.



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