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  • Name Miller 
    Gender Male 
    _UID 1C7E1A56C22F49409BAFCF41DE4DDA3E2134 
    Person ID I11104  Lechthaler/Powell Genealogy
    Last Modified 7 Dec 2020 

    _UID 1C13900FFA28BA4B993C9143B8C39839EA8A 
    Children 
     1. John Miller,   b. 1771,   d. 1841, Braxton Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 70 years)
    Last Modified 18 Dec 2020 
    Family ID F4089  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • 12/7/20 Note:
      Everybody has James as the father of John b 1772 and a John as the father of James.
      I could not find direct evidence of this.
      I collected everything I could find on the Miller family in Augusta county, later Bath County.

      This research is on hold pending being able to get into a FHL to check AugustaCo. land records. But some of the snipits below infer the John - James - John sequence if possibly correct.

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      This is a collection of Augusta Co. and Bath Co. information on the Miller family.

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      Augusta and Bath VA and also Randolph and Nicholas VA (later WV) Tax records

      Miller entries noted and links saved 12/7/20 in this file:
      \Genealogy\Ancestry Files\Miller (Augusta-Bath-Rudolph-etc Virginia)MillerVAPropertyTax.docx

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      Bath Co. land records
      https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/399209?availability=Family%20History%20Library
      Checked M index 1791-1837 for any Miller.
      Only those of interest transcribed, others just noted.

      Vol 3 Pg 146: Brid(?) Miller of Monroe Co. - not transcribed
      at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4C-S93T-C?i=89&cat=399209

      Vol 3 Pg 284: 12 Apr 1808 Ruben Slaven of Bath Co. deeded to David Miller of Bath Co. 200ac of land in Bath Co. on Locust Creek originall granted to Griffeth Evans and by heir to Stevenson.
      at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4C-S93K-3?i=160&cat=399209

      Vol 4 Pg 3: 18 Jan 1808 Wigton King and Elisabeth his wife of Knox Co. Tennessee deeded to James Miller of Knox Co. Tennessee for $500 2000ac in Bath Co. lying Najis(?) Creek on of the headwater of the Greenbrier River surveyed in 1787 by John Beckley, George Glandiner, and John McNeil.
      at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4C-S93H-J?i=258&cat=399209

      Vol 5 Pg 36,37,38,39.30: All 9 Aug 1815, John Berry sheriff of Bath Co. deeded to Henry Miller of Bath Co. various tracts of land in Bath Co. at a tax auction
      starting at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4C-S9SF-Y?i=557&cat=399209

      Vol 6 Pg 228: 19 Sep 1820 John B. Lewis and Jane his wife of Bath Co. deeded to Henry Miller of Bath Co. fpr $900 40av of land in Bath Co.
      at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKH-WWRL-S?i=143&cat=399209

      Vol 7 Pg 277: 24 Jan 1828 George N. C. Payne and Florence his wife deeded to Merrill Miller... not trancribed
      at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKH-WWYT-7?i=458&cat=399209

      Vol 7 Pg 331: 11 Jul 1829 James Fraizer and Martha his wife deeded to Merrill Miller... not trancribed
      at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKH-WWB4-V?i=486&cat=399209

      Vol 7 Pg 359: 22 Apr 1830 Henry Miller deeded to William Shields... not trancribed
      at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKH-WWYX-V?i=500&cat=399209

      Vol 7 Pg 531: 18 Nov 1831 William G. Ayers and Mary Ann his wife deeded to Henry Miller... not transcribed
      at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKH-WWTY-D?i=589&cat=399209

      Vol 8 Pg 2: mentioned Henry Miller, not transcribed
      Vol 8 Pg 16: mentioned Henry Miller, not transcribed
      Vol 8 Pg 102: mentioned Henry Miller, not transcribed
      Vol 8 Pg 175: mentioned Morril Miller, not transcribed
      Vol 8 Pg 416: mentioned Morrel Miller, not transcribed
      Vol 8 Pg 434 mentioned Morril Miller and Jane his wife, not transcribed
      Vol 8 Pg 459: mentioned Henry Miller, not transcribed
      Vol 8 Pg 474: mentioned Morrel Miller, not transcribed
      Vol 8 Pg 493: mentioned Henry Miller, not transcribed


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      Settlers of the Bullpasture in Augusta County, Virginia
      as of 5/4/20 at
      https://www.werelate.org/wiki/Settlers_of_the_Bullpasture_in_Augusta_County,_Virginia

      From "A History of Highland County, Virginia", By Oren Frederic Morton:

      The (Earliest) settlers now here (in 1746) were Alexander Black, John Carlisle and Robert Carlisle, Wallace Ashton, Loftus Pullin, Richard Bodkin, James Miller, Matthew Harper, William Warwick, James Largent, William Holman, John McCreary, Samuel Delamontony, Archibald Elliott, and Robert Armstrong. Black was just above the mouth of the Bullpasture, where Major J. H. Byrd now lives. All the others, with perhaps one exception, were on the Bullpasture itself, and nearly or quite in the order they are named as one ascends the river.

      Ashton was on the McClung farm at Clover Creek. The two Carliles were in the broad bottom just below. Pullin was a mile above in another wide sweep of bottom. Bodkin was higher up, lying where the present river road comes back to the bottom after its circuit over a bluff. Harper was where W. T. Alexander lives. Miller was between Bodkin and Harper. ...

      Miller appears to have come with sons nearly grown and bearing the names of John, William, and Hugh. They often appear in the Augusta records, yet the family does not seem to have remained very long.

      From Chalkley's Augusta County records:

      1751-1752 Court Records:

      Inhabitants of Bull Pasture and head of Cowpasture petition for a road from Walles Asten's Mill to the road on the head of the Calfpasture: Robert Carrolile (Carlisle), Richard Bodkin, Thomas Wright, John Miller, James Hall, Horcklas Willson, John Carrolile, Samuel Forgerson, Michael Harper, Wm. Price, Philip Phegan, William Carrolile, Loftus Pullen (Pullin), Mathew Harper, Hance Harper, James Anglen, John Shaw, John Carrolile. Wallas Aston to be overseer.

      1752-1753 Court Records:

      Petitioners for a road from William Wilson's mill, on Jackson's River, to Captain Ashton's mill, in the Bull Pasture, being direct road to market and also convenient for the head of Green Bryer settlers. John Miller, William Wilson, Stephen Wilson, Samuel Gay, Robert Gay, Robert Carlisle, John Carlile, Hugh Hicklin, John Hicklin, Lostus (Loftus) Pullin, Thomas Hicklin. May, 1753.


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      Source: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia
      Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley

      James Miller Records
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      MARRIAGE BONDS. AUGUSTA COUNTY.
      Vol II Pg 286
      1789--November 21, Peter Burns and Jane Miller, daughter of James Miller (consent); surety, Francis Huff; witnesses, Ro. McClery, Wm. Black.
      Vol II Pg 328
      1797--November 4, James Miller and Thos. Painter, surety. James Miller and Fanny Powers, widow of Wm. Powers.
      Vol II Pg 335
      1799--January 7, James Miller and James Cochran, surety. James Miller and Elizabeth Moffett, daughter of Geo. Moffett (consent).

      Francis Miller Records
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      AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XVI.
      Vol I Pg 187
      MARCH 19, 1776.
      (101) Administration of estate of Francis Miller granted to John Miller.

      Will Book 5, Pages 335 - 547
      Vol III Pg 144
      Page 425.--7th May, 1776. Francis Miller's estate appraised by Elijah McClenachan, John Paris, Joseph Henderson.

      Hugh Miller Records
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      AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XI.
      Vol I Pg 136
      AUGUST 18, 1767.
      (213) The following produced certificates for hemp: Hugh Miller, James Craig, James Montgomery, Wm. Male, James Lawrence, Thos. Wilson, John Hall, Pat. Miller, James Patterson, Robt. Frazier, Saml. Buckanon, John Hays, Jr.

      Court Judgements
      Vol I Pg 391
      AUGUST, 1789 (A to G).
      Excerpts: Andrew Donnolly, of Greenbrier, vs. Hugh Millar. - In October, 1785, the General Assembly appropriated funds to build a road from eastern to western waters and defendant became contractor and plaintiff was his partner. The road.was from Greenbrier C. H. to the Kenoway. ... The committee appointed Hugh Millar foreman... At a meeting of the committee of the inhabitants of the county of Greenbrier, held 30th September, 1786, Hugh Miller... Know all men, etc., I, Hugh Millar, of county of Greenbrier, etc., bound to ... for £10,000, 25th May, 1786.

      William Miller Records
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      AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. I.
      Vol I Pg 19
      JUNE 20, 1746.
      (65) William Miller, an idle vagrant person and a man of loose behavior--with George Hall, surety-bond.

      AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. IV
      Vol I Pg 63
      MAY 16, 1754.
      (195) David Miller qualifies Admr. of his father's (Wm. Miller) estate.

      COUNTY COURT JUDGEMENTS AUGUSTA COUNTY.
      Vol I Pg 302
      NOVEMBER, 1749.
      William Hughs vs. William Miller.--Abates by death of plaintiff, 1749.
      Vol I Pg 308
      MAY, 1753.
      Peter Ruffner vs. William Miller.--Defendant had gone to Carolina in 1752.

      MARRIAGE BONDS. AUGUSTA COUNTY.
      Vol II Pg 320
      1796--July 22, John Reid and John Kilkainey, surety. John Reid and Frances Miller, widow of Wm. Miller, deceased, late of Rockbridge County.
      Vol II Pg 335
      1799--September 5, Peter Reed and John Moore, John Reed, sureties. Peter Reed and Sally Miller, daughter of Wm. Miller, deceased.
      Vol II Pg 380
      Augusta Land Entry Book 1
      1750-51, February 28th--William Miller, 100, above Stair Lick, joining West's line; surveyed.
      Vol II Pg 384
      1750-51, February 28th--West's line; see William Miller; see Uriah Umble.

      John Miller Records
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      AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. II.
      Vol 1 Pg 44
      MAY 28, 1751
      (580) Road ordered to be cleared and kept in repair on the cowpasture by these inhabitants: Wallace Estill, Robert Carlile, John Carlile, Loftus Pullen, Richd. Bodkin, Saml. Ferguson, Mathew Harper, Thomas Wright, Michael Harper, Hance Harper, John Miller, William Price, James Anglen, James Hall, Philip Phegan, John Shaw, Herculus Wilson, William, and John Carlile.

      AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. III
      Vol I Pg 54
      AUGUST 20, 1752.
      (317) Ann Miller relinquished dower in 200 acres conveyed by her husband, John Miller, to Ro. McClenachan.

      AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. IV.
      Vol I Pg 67
      MAY 22, 1755.
      (432) David Stuart, security for John Miller, Admr. of James Jones, decd. who is not in this Colony, petitions for counter security.

      AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. VII
      Vol I Pg 92
      AUGUST 19, 1761
      (55) Mary Miller, now wife of John Miller, qualifies admx. of her former husband, John Ingles.
      Vol I Pg 97
      MAY 18, 1762
      (210) Commission for examination of Hannah, wife of John Miller.

      AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. VIII
      Vol I Pg 106
      JUNE 21, 1763.
      (107) Martha Miller relinquished dower in land conveyed by her husband, John Miller, to David Stewart.

      AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. X.
      Vol I Pg 128
      AUGUST 20, 1766.
      (204) Israel Christian and Andrew Miller qualified administrators of John Miller.
      Vol I Pg 129
      AUGUST 25, 1766.
      (242) John Skelton vs. John Miller.--Abates by death of defendant.

      AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XX.
      Vol I Pg 251
      OCTOBER 16, 1787.
      (407) Admn. of John Miller granted his son, Patrick Miller.

      COUNTY COURT JUDGEMENTS
      Vol I Pg 343
      AUGUST, 1766 (A).
      John Skelton vs. John Miller.--Defendant is dead--23d May, 1766.
      Vol I Pg 380
      MARCH, 1783 (B).
      Mathias Dice vs. John Miller.--Writ, 3d September, 1774. Defendant, the Parsons's son (Alexander Miller?).
      Mary Lessley vs. John Miller, of Bull Pasture.--Case writ, 29th April, 1779. John Montgomery in the service. Christopher Grahams in the service.
      Vol I Pg 438
      1751-1752
      Inhabitants of Bull Pasture and head of Cowpasture petition for a road from Walles Asten's Mill to the road on the head of the Calfpasture: Robert Carrolile, Richard Bodkin, Thomas Wright, John Miller, James Hall, Horcklas Willson, John Carrolile, Samuel Forgerson, Michael Harper, Wm.
      Price, Philip Phegan, William Carrolile, Loftus Pullen, Mathew Harper, Hance Harper, James Anglen, John Shaw, John Carrolile. Wallas Aston to be overseer.
      Vol I Pg 441
      1753-1754 Pt. 2
      Petitioners for a road from William Wilson's mill, on Jackson's River, to Captain Ashton's mill, in the Bull Pasture, being direct road to market and also convenient for the head of Green Bryer settlers. John Miller, William Wilson, Stephen Wilson, Samuel Gay, Robert Gay, Robert Carlile, John Carlile, Hugh Hicklin, John Hicklin, Lostus Pullin, Thomas Hicklin. May, 1753.

      MARRIAGE BONDS. AUGUSTA COUNTY.
      Vol II Pg 305
      1788--May 21, John Miller and Peter Heiskill, surety. John Miller and Priscilla Madison, own consent. Teste: James Hogge. Consent of Thomas Miller. Teste: James Anderson, David Anderson, Phi. Finkle.
      Vol II Pg 313
      1793--March 26, Andrew Summers and John Miller, surety. Andrew Summers and Margaret Miller, of age, sister to John Miller.
      Vol II Pg 327
      1798--November 19, John Miller and Adam Miller, surety. John Miller and Catherine Miller, daughter of said John Miller (German)
      Vol II Pg 351
      1791, February 13th--By Rev. Jno. Montgomery: William Stunkard and Hannah Erwin; ...; May 17th, John Miller and Eve Burns; ...

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      Abstracts of the Wills and Inventories of Bath County, Virginia, 1791-1842
      as of 5/6/20 at
      https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/49016/

      John Miller Records
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      Page 41
      p.319 Will of John Burns of Bath dated Feb. 7, 1805 & Apr. 12, 1805
      Wit: Elisha Williams, David Monroe and John Crane
      Probated June 1805 court
      Exec: Robert McAvoy
      Beq:
      to loving wife Mary, for life, one-third of land where now live "in the red holes", one-third of profit arising from all the land and one-third of movable estate, to be sold two-thirds of movable estate sold to children
      to son Joseph land east of the top of "wallowing hole ridge"
      to son John land west of this with the plantation where now living
      Codicil: $30 each to daughters Mary, Eve,, Sarah and Margaret

      p.325 Sale of estate of John Burns July 1805 court
      Buyers: Mary Burns, John Burns, James McAvoy, John Miller, Thomas Wallace, William Paine Jr., James McCourt, Isaac Fox, Robert Given, Daniel Monroe, Joseph Burns, Robert McAvoy, Henry McWhorter, George Graham, John Jones and Sarah Wallace

      Page 75-76
      Will of Patrick Miller dated 22 Aug 1805 mentions a John Miller but also many other Miller's not encountered elsewhere. John Miller given plantation on Lick Creek in Greenbrier Co. Record noted here only for reference.

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      "Annals of Bath County, Virginia" by Oren Frederic Morton
      as of 5/6/20 preview view at
      https://books.google.com/books?id=-yQTAAAAYAAJ

      Page 27
      Abbreviations:
      The name of the person for whom the tract was surveyed is mentioned first. Then follow, in regular succession, the acreage, the location, the date of patent, and finally the conveyances, if any, which ensued. When no name immediately follows the year of patent, it is to be understood that the patent was issued in the name of the person for whom the survey was made. Otherwise, the name of the new owner is mentioned. A star following the acreage - as 100* - means that the survey was in 1745. All other surveys were in 1746. The Virignia pound of $3.33 is represented by "p". Therefore, to reduce pounds to dollars, add one cipher and divide by 3. Other special abbreviations are these:
      CP - Cowpasture; BP - Bullpasture; JR - Jackson's River; BC -Back Creek; SC - Stuart's Creek; FS - Falling Spring Run; DC - Dunlap Creek; A - acres; P - patent; br - branch; n - near opp - opposite; adj - adjoining; cor - cornering on; mo - mouth of.

      Miller Records
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      Page 86-87
      The following is the muster roll of Captain George Wilson's company, August 11, 1756:
      Miller, James
      Miller, John
      Miller, Patrick
      Miller, Valentine
      Miller, William

      Page 105
      13th April 1778
      To the Honble Specker & Gentilmen Deligates setting now
      The Petision of the Inhabitance of Cow and Calf pastures Bull pasture Jackson River and Back Creek Humbly Sheweth ...
      Signers included:
      Patrick Miller
      John Miller

      James Miller Records
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      Page 31
      Miller, James - 250 - BP above Bodkins' - P, 1760, James Burnside - sold plus 100 A of Bodkin land, to John Hicklin, 1786, for 300p - 196 A sold, 1789, by Andrew Lockridge to James Lockridge.

      Page 120
      Heads of Families in 1791
      Miller, James

      Page 127
      A LIST OF EARLY MARRIAGES
      19. Burns, Eva (John Miller) 1791

      John Miller Records
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      Page 31
      Miller, John - 487 - JR above Mayse's 234 A - P, 1760 - 243 A sold, 1770, to David Gwin for 100p - 244 A sold, 1767, by Robert Miller, of Albemarle, to George Skillern for 250p.
      Page 32
      Syndicate - 286 - CP above Knox's 254 A - P, 1760, John Miller - sold. to John Kincaid for 80p.

      Page 120
      Heads of Families in 1791
      Miller, John

      Page 167-168
      THE CALFPASTURE VALLEY
      Acting under an order of council, John Lewis and James Patton surveyed in 1744 a tract nearly fifteen miles long, but nowhere more than about one and one-eighth miles broad. Their map shows it cross-sectioned into twenty-three lots, the first lying where Goshen now stands and the last rather to the north of Deerfield. With a single exception, every lot had already been taken by some settler. The following tabular statement shows consecutively the number of the lot, the name of the settler, the acreage, the purchase price, when stated in the deed, and the early transfers of title. In those in­stances where the deed was issued to some other individual than the
      original settler, the name is given in brackets. The name of a wife is also thus given.
      List included:
      11. John Miller - 316 - $70.08 - sold by John (Ann) Miller to John Ram­say, 1757.

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      "A History of Highland County, Virginia" by Morton, Oren Frederic

      James Miller Records
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      Page 67
      In the early days of April, 1746, when all Augusta had not 6,000 white people, and when the county seat had no other name than "Beverly's Mill Place," the county surveyor laid off several tracts within the Highland area. He came again at the close of July and still again in September. Altogether he laid off 21 tracts on the Bullpasture and Cowpasture, but almost wholly on the former. Besides running lines for 14 persons, nearly or quite all of whom are reported as being on the ground, he reserved a tract for Andrew Lewis, his brother, and three more for the syndicate of which the two brothers were members. All these surveys came under the order of council of 1743. The 348-acre tract of Andrew Lewis was patented by himself four years later, and the farm of W. P. B. Lockridge is now a portion of it.

      The settlers now here were Alexander Black, John and Robert Carlile, Wallace Ashton, Loftus Pullin, Richard Bodkin, James Miller, Matthew Harper, William Warwick, James Largent, William Holman, John McCreary, Samuel Delamontony, Archibald Elliott, and Robert Armstrong. Black was just above the mouth of the Bullpasture, where Major J. H. Byni, now lives. All the others, with perhaps one exception, were on the Bullpasture itself, and nearly or quite in the order they are named as one ascends the river.

      Ashton was on the McClung farm at Clover Creek. The two Carliles were in the broad bottom just below. Pullin was a mile above in another wide sweep of bottom. Bodkin was higher up, lying where the present river road comes back to the bottom after its circuit over a bluff. Harper was where W. T. Alexander lives. Miller was between Bodkin and Harper. Warwick was at the mouth of Davis Run. Largent appears to have been in the vicinity of McDowell. Holman adjoined McCreary, who was between McDowell and Doe Hill, as was also Delamontony. Elliott was at the very head of the river, one of his corners being on the Blackthorn. Armstrong was likewise in this vicinity. The Carliles held two tracts near by on the run named for them. One of these tracts cornered on McCreary.

      John Miller Records
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      Page 64
      The Calfpasture Valley lies eastward across the mouth of Panther Gap, and it might be supposed that settlement would here be a little earlier than in the valleys beyond. On April 2nd, 1745, deeds for 2,247 acres were given by James Patton and John Lewis to William Campbell, Jacob Clemens, Samuel Hodge, Robert Gay, Thomas Gillam, and William Jamison. August 17th, 1745, other deeds for 5,205 acres were given by the same men to Francis Donally, Robert Gwin, Robert Bratton, John Dunlap, Loftus Pullin, John Wilson, John Kincaid, John Miller, Robert Gay, and James Carter. Almost all these names occur shortly afterward in Bath or Highland, either through the purchaser himself or a son. The total of purchase money for the 7,452 acres was $717.95. The rate per acre varied from 1 1/2 cents to 11 cents.

      Page 90-91
      The pioneers of the Bullpasture must very speedily have had a bridle-path along the river bottom, but a direct way to the court- house soon became a necessity. So Wallace Estill was directed,
      May 29, 1751, to clear a road from his mill to a road already opened to the head of the Calfpasture. The settlers appointed by the court to help him were Loftus Pullin, Richard Bodkin, Samuel Ferguson, Matthew Harper, John Miller, William Price, James Anglen, James Hall, Philip Phegan, John Shaw, Hackland Wilson, two John Carliles, and Robert and William Carlile. By petition of May 18, 1753, this road was extended from Estill's mill to William Wilson's mill on Bolar Run. Stephen Wilson and Hugh Hicklin were overseers for this section, and to work under them were John Miller, William and John Wilson, Samuel and Robert Gay, Robert and John Carlile, John and Thomas Hicklin, and Loftus Pullin.

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      University of Virginia
      https://lva.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/discovery/search?vid=01LVA_INST:01LVA&lang=en

      John Miller Records
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      Note: This listing only contains Cowpasture and Bullpasture references (other areas assumed to not be the same John Miller)

      Title: Land grant 26 September 1760.
      Creator: Miller, John. grantee.
      Location: Augusta County.
      Description: 286 acres on the Cowpasture River.
      https://lva.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01LVA_INST/133t6jf/alma990007960130205756

      Title: Land grant 1 June 1784.
      Creator: Miller, John. grantee.
      Location: Augusta County.
      Description: 58 acres on the Bull Pasture on the east side of the river joining his home tract and Hinds land.
      https://lva.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01LVA_INST/133t6jf/alma990007960150205756
      Title: Land grant 1 June 1784.
      Creator: Miller, John. grantee.
      Location: Augusta County.
      Description: 232 acres on the Bull Pasture on the North west side of his house tract.
      https://lva.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01LVA_INST/133t6jf/alma990007960140205756


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