Millers in Jamaica 1850's

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Millers in Jamaica 1850's

Postby rellim » Mon Mar 31, 2008 4:50 am

I have a surname Post and I am adding to this Jamaica Forum my search for Millers in St Ann's Bay, Kingston or Halifax.

Joseph Miller, a Mariner, was married in St. Ann's Bay to a Margaret Turner and they had one son Joseph Alexander born 31 August 1854 plus 3 daughters: Annie, Hattie and Sarah.

J A Miller became a Ship's Cook and arrived in Sydney, Australia circa 1879 and married here in 1890.
Hattie Miller sent a Postcard to the JA Miller family in Sydney from Kingston and on the reverse it was stamped D.B.Turner.
Annie sent to Sydney a "Book of Prayers" from Kingston in 1922.

JA Miller was a coloured man with skin tone of "walnut" like colour. He was very well spoken and must have had a good English education.
JA put his own place of birth on his childrens birth certificates as: Halifax and Kingston and Falmouth. Why the different places is unknown. He called his 1st son Charles Hampden. Hampden is not far from Falmouth.

ANY info or leads to these Millers or Turner will be welcome.
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