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    John Pugh Collection

    Miller Cemetry in Tarrant County Texas

    Summary: Donor is researching Miller Family, of which he is a descendant, and particularly the Miller Cemetery. Miller Cemetery is located in western Tarrant County near Mary's Creek. The earliest recorded burial was in l902; James Columbus Miller Jr. At the time, his father, James Columbus Miller, owned the surrounding land and lived in a nearby home he had built with his own hands. James Miller dedicated the cemetery on February 22, 1917, following the death of his wife, Rhoda Ann McCommas Miller. There are nine people buried there.

    • Photograph of Miller Cemetery, 2013
    • Miller Family Research
    This page was last modified on January 15, 2016


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