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Looking to correspond with any and all descendants of Dr. Giles A Miller

Looking to correspond with any and all descendants of Dr. Giles A Miller

Posted: 5 Nov 2003 1:33AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Miller, Crump, Holt, Howlet, Mosby
I am trying to find out information about one of the children of Giles A. Miller named Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Miller. She married a Colonel Charles Alfred Crump and they had a daughter that died in her teen years or before. I am trying to find out if there are any surviving bits of genealogical information about Mollie and Charles that has survived. I have quite a bit on Charles Alfred Crump and am willing to share.


Re: Looking to correspond with any and all descendants of Dr. Giles A Miller

Posted: 29 Mar 2004 4:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Mar 2005 7:26PM GMT
If the Col. C. A. Crump you're referring to is the one who was in the VMI Class of 1843, commanded the 16th VA Inf in the CW and life dates were 1822-1862, I would be interested in talking about him with you. I'm writing a biographic history, featuring the lives of 2,108 VMI men who lived during the CW. I'd be interested in what info you have and might wish to include.

Re: Looking to correspond with any and all descendants of Dr. Giles A Miller

Douglas Hill (View posts)
Posted: 30 Mar 2004 3:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
Yes, I am indeed talking of the same man. I would be very happy to talk to you about him and his illustrious family. Contact me via email direct and I will give you my phone #. I plan to come up to the Powhatan area again this spring sometime before it gets to hot, I can meet you there, that is if you are hailing from anywhere in the area. One of these days I am going to travel back to Lexington to see the Sword at VMI, Funy thing though I spent most of my summers in Lexington, Va and never knew of the swords existence.

Doug

Re: Looking to correspond with any and all descendants of Dr. Giles A Miller

carol clemmer (View posts)
Posted: 16 May 2004 7:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am attaching what information I have on this family. I also have a Miller connection, Armstead Miller who married into the Redd family in Prince Edward and Charlotte Co., VA.


Descendants of Anderson Perkins Miller


Generation No. 1

1. ANDERSON PERKINS1 MILLER He married (1) MARTHA PERKINSON3,4 Bef. January 10, 1810. He married (2) SARAH THWEATT5,6 Aft. January 10, 18106. She was born Abt. 17906.

Notes for ANDERSON PERKINS MILLER:
Miller's Hill, built prior to 1833, standing on the highest elevation between Richmond and Danville, is near Burkeville and was built by Anderson Perkins Miller, who married first Martha Perkinson of Prince Edward County. They had four daughters: Martha Anne, who married Dr. James Agnew and lived at Roseland in Prince Edward County; Jane Maria, who married a Mr. Hudson; Eliza Armstead, who married William Ward of "West Creek"; and Mary Anderson, who married a Jones. Anderson Perkins Miller next married a widow, Sarah Nash, nee Thweatt, who lived near Hampden-Sydney. By this marriage he had four children: Capt. Giles A. Miller, who married Jane Webster and lived at Grape Lawn; Henry T., who lived in Chesterfield County; Sarah Barksdale, who never married; and Anderson Perkins Miller, Jr. Anderson Perkins Miller, Jr., first married E. M. J. Willson. By this union there were two children, both of whom died young. His second wife was Mary Scott, daughter of Dr. George Scott of Amelia county. There were two children by this marriage; Annie Perkins Miller and Sallie Thweatt Miller, who married T. O. Sandy. Mrs. T. O. Sandy inherited Miller's Hall and now lives there. [Turner, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 82][russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

Miller's Hill, built prior to 1833, standing on the highest elevation between Richmond and Danville, is near Burkeville and was built by Anderson Perkins Miller, who married first Martha Perkinson of Prince Edward County. They had four daughters: Martha Anne, who married Dr. James Agnew and lived at Roseland in Prince Edward County; Jane Maria, who married a Mr. Hudson; Eliza Armstead, who married William Ward of "West Creek"; and Mary Anderson, who married a Jones. Anderson Perkins Miller next married a widow, Sarah Nash, nee Thweatt, who lived near Hampden-Sydney. By this marriage he had four children: Capt. Giles A. Miller, who married Jane Webster and lived at Grape Lawn; Henry T., who lived in Chesterfield County; Sarah Barksdale, who never married; and Anderson Perkins Miller, Jr. Anderson Perkins Miller, Jr., first married E. M. J. Willson. By this union there were two children, both of whom died young. His second wife was Mary Scott, daughter of Dr. George Scott of Amelia county. There were two children by this marriage; Annie Perkins Miller and Sallie Thweatt Miller, who married T. O. Sandy. Mrs. T. O. Sandy inherited Miller's Hall and now lives there. [Turner, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 82]

More About ANDERSON MILLER and MARTHA PERKINSON:
Marriage: Bef. January 10, 1810

More About ANDERSON MILLER and SARAH THWEATT:
Marriage: Aft. January 10, 18106

Children of ANDERSON MILLER and MARTHA PERKINSON are:
i. MARTHA ANNE2 MILLER7,8, m. (1) DR. JAMES AGNEW9; m. (2) DR. JAMES AGNEW9,10,11, August 09, 1822, Prince Edward Co., VA12,13.

Notes for DR. JAMES AGNEW:
lived at Roseland in Prince Edward County

Notes for DR. JAMES AGNEW:
[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

lived at Roseland in Prince Edward County

More About JAMES AGNEW and MARTHA MILLER:
Marriage: August 09, 1822, Prince Edward Co., VA14,15

ii. JANE MARIA MILLER16,17, m. (1) HUDSON18; m. (2) HUDSON18,19.
iii. ELIZA ARMISTEAD MILLER20,21, m. WILLIAM FITZGERALD WARD22,23, 181824; b. 179824,25.

Notes for WILLIAM FITZGERALD WARD:
of "West Creek"[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

of "West Creek"

More About WILLIAM WARD and ELIZA MILLER:
Marriage: 181826

iv. MARY ANDERSON MILLER27,28, m. (1) JONES29; m. (2) JONES29,30.

Children of ANDERSON MILLER and SARAH THWEATT are:
2. v. CAPT., DR. GILES A.2 MILLER.
3. vi. HENRY T. MILLER.
vii. SARAH BARKSDALE MILLER31,32.

Notes for SARAH BARKSDALE MILLER:
never married[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

never married

4. viii. ANDERSON PERKINS MILLER, JR..


Generation No. 2

2. CAPT., DR. GILES A.2 MILLER (ANDERSON PERKINS1) He married (1) JANE WEBSTER35,36, daughter of ANTHONY WEBSTER. He married (2) MATTIE SLOAN37,38.

Notes for CAPT., DR. GILES A. MILLER:
lived at Grape Lawn

Grape Lawn, near Burkeville, is just across the line in Prince Edward County. This was the home of Dr. Giles A. Miller, whose first wife was Jane Webster. Their children were Henry T., Anthony W. (Captain Tony), and Polk Miller of Richmond; Giles A., Jr.; Mollie, who married Charles Crump; Alice, who first married Major Tom Friend Willson, and later married Harvey Wily, Perkins, and Rosa. Captain Tony, Polk and Henry T. all served in the Civil War. Dr. Giles Miller later married Mattie Sloan and had two daughters, Zena and Emogen.
Tony Miller had the unusual distinction of having seen active service in two wars, the Civil and Spanish-American. His service in the confederate Army began when as a mere youth he was mustered in as a private in Troop G of the First Virginia Cavalry at Ashland, May 19, 1861, known as "The Amelia Troop."
In the Spanish-American War he served as a second lieutenant in Company B, First Virginia Regiment, from April 8, 1896 until transferred to Company B, Second Virginia Volunteers. In May, 1898, he was promoted to first lieutenant and later was made captain of Company B, Seventieth Infantry Virginia Volunteers. Captain Tony Miller married Miss Fannie Hatchett, a doughter of Captain William E. Hatchett, of Lunenburg County, who was a distinguished officer in the Confederate service. Captain Miller's grandfather, Colonel Anthony Webster, was a gallant officer of the Revolutionary War.
[Turner, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 83].[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

lived at Grape Lawn

Grape Lawn, near Burkeville, is just across the line in Prince Edward County. This was the home of Dr. Giles A. Miller, whose first wife was Jane Webster. Their children were Henry T., Anthony W. (Captain Tony), and Polk Miller of Richmond; Giles A., Jr.; Mollie, who married Charles Crump; Alice, who first married Major Tom Friend Willson, and later married Harvey Wily, Perkins, and Rosa. Captain Tony, Polk and Henry T. all served in the Civil War. Dr. Giles Miller later married Mattie Sloan and had two daughters, Zena and Emogen.
Tony Miller had the unusual distinction of having seen active service in two wars, the Civil and Spanish-American. His service in the confederate Army began when as a mere youth he was mustered in as a private in Troop G of the First Virginia Cavalry at Ashland, May 19, 1861, known as "The Amelia Troop."
In the Spanish-American War he served as a second lieutenant in Company B, First Virginia Regiment, from April 8, 1896 until transferred to Company B, Second Virginia Volunteers. In May, 1898, he was promoted to first lieutenant and later was made captain of Company B, Seventieth Infantry Virginia Volunteers. Captain Tony Miller married Miss Fannie Hatchett, a doughter of Captain William E. Hatchett, of Lunenburg County, who was a distinguished officer in the Confederate service. Captain Miller's grandfather, Colonel Anthony Webster, was a gallant officer of the Revolutionary War.
[Turner, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 83].

Children of GILES MILLER and JANE WEBSTER are:
i. HENRY T.3 MILLER39,40.

Notes for HENRY T. MILLER:
Captain Tony, Polk and Henry T. all served in the Civil War. [russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

Captain Tony, Polk and Henry T. all served in the Civil War.

ii. POLK MILLER41,42.

Notes for POLK MILLER:
of Richmond

Captain Tony, Polk and Henry T. all served in the Civil War. [russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

of Richmond

Captain Tony, Polk and Henry T. all served in the Civil War.

iii. GILES A. MILLER, JR.43,44.
iv. MOLLIE MILLER45,46, m. CHARLES CRUMP47,48.

Notes for CHARLES CRUMP:
Olden Place, thought to have been built by a man named Dalby about 1781, six miles from the Ordinary, was the old Wily home. This was first a Webster settlement, and later Colonel Crump, whose wife was a Miss Miller, lived here. Still later, Harvey Wiley, a veteran of the Civil War, who married the widow Willson, nee Miller, made it his home. Harvey Wily was a member of Second Virginia Cavalry, and at the battle of Five Forks, acted as courier for General william H. F. Lee, during this engagement, receiving a wound from which he never fully recovered. Olden Place has an unusual stairway of walnut and some very old paneling. The place is now owned by J. S. Robertson, of Blackstone. Near by is the Sailor's Creek battlefield. Olden Place was used as a hospital after the battle of Sailor Creek. [Butler, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 99]

[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

Olden Place, thought to have been built by a man named Dalby about 1781, six miles from the Ordinary, was the old Wily home. This was first a Webster settlement, and later Colonel Crump, whose wife was a Miss Miller, lived here. Still later, Harvey Wiley, a veteran of the Civil War, who married the widow Willson, nee Miller, made it his home. Harvey Wily was a member of Second Virginia Cavalry, and at the battle of Five Forks, acted as courier for General william H. F. Lee, during this engagement, receiving a wound from which he never fully recovered. Olden Place has an unusual stairway of walnut and some very old paneling. The place is now owned by J. S. Robertson, of Blackstone. Near by is the Sailor's Creek battlefield. Olden Place was used as a hospital after the battle of Sailor Creek. [Butler, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 99]



v. ALICE MILLER49,50, m. (1) MAJOR TOM FRIEND WILLSON51,52; m. (2) HARVEY WILY53,54.

Notes for HARVEY WILY:
Olden Place, thought to have been built by a man named Dalby about 1781, six miles from the Ordinary, was the old Wily home. This was first a Webster settlement, and later Colonel Crump, whose wife was a Miss Miller, lived here. Still later, Harvey Wiley, a veteran of the Civil War, who married the widow Willson, nee Miller, made it his home. Harvey Wily was a member of Second Virginia Cavalry, and at the battle of Five Forks, acted as courier for General william H. F. Lee, during this engagement, receiving a wound from which he never fully recovered. Olden Place has an unusual stairway of walnut and some very old paneling. The place is now owned by J. S. Robertson, of Blackstone. Near by is the Sailor's Creek battlefield. Olden Place was used as a hospital after the battle of Sailor Creek. [Butler, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 99]
[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

Olden Place, thought to have been built by a man named Dalby about 1781, six miles from the Ordinary, was the old Wily home. This was first a Webster settlement, and later Colonel Crump, whose wife was a Miss Miller, lived here. Still later, Harvey Wiley, a veteran of the Civil War, who married the widow Willson, nee Miller, made it his home. Harvey Wily was a member of Second Virginia Cavalry, and at the battle of Five Forks, acted as courier for General william H. F. Lee, during this engagement, receiving a wound from which he never fully recovered. Olden Place has an unusual stairway of walnut and some very old paneling. The place is now owned by J. S. Robertson, of Blackstone. Near by is the Sailor's Creek battlefield. Olden Place was used as a hospital after the battle of Sailor Creek. [Butler, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 99]


vi. PERKINS MILLER55,56.
vii. ROSA MILLER57,58.
viii. ANTHONY W. MILLER59,60, m. (1) FANNIE HATCHETT61; m. (2) FRANCES "FANNIE" TANNER HATCHETT62,63.

Notes for ANTHONY W. MILLER:
[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

Captain Tony, Polk and Henry T. all served in the Civil War.

Tony Miller had the unusual distinction of having seen active service in two wars, the Civil and Spanish-American. His service in the Confederate Army began when as a mere youth he was mustered in as a private in Troop G of the First Virginia Cavalry at Ashland, May 19, 1861, known as "The Amelia Troop."
In the Spanish-American War he served as a second lieutenant in Company B, First Virginia Regiment, from April 8, 1896 until transferred to Company B, Second Virginia Volunteers. In May, 1898, he was promoted to first lieutenant and later was made captain of Company B, Seventieth Infantry Virginia Volunteers. Captain Tony Miller married Miss Fannie Hatchett, a doughter of Captain William E. Hatchett, of Lunenburg County, who was a distinguished officer in the Confederate service. Captain Miller's grandfather, Colonel Anthony Webster, was a gallant officer of the Revolutionary War.
[Turner, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 83].Captain Tony, Polk and Henry T. all served in the Civil War.

Tony Miller had the unusual distinction of having seen active service in two wars, the Civil and Spanish-American. His service in the Confederate Army began when as a mere youth he was mustered in as a private in Troop G of the First Virginia Cavalry at Ashland, May 19, 1861, known as "The Amelia Troop."
In the Spanish-American War he served as a second lieutenant in Company B, First Virginia Regiment, from April 8, 1896 until transferred to Company B, Second Virginia Volunteers. In May, 1898, he was promoted to first lieutenant and later was made captain of Company B, Seventieth Infantry Virginia Volunteers. Captain Tony Miller married Miss Fannie Hatchett, a doughter of Captain William E. Hatchett, of Lunenburg County, who was a distinguished officer in the Confederate service. Captain Miller's grandfather, Colonel Anthony Webster, was a gallant officer of the Revolutionary War.
[Turner, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 83].

Children of GILES MILLER and MATTIE SLOAN are:
ix. ZENA3 MILLER64,65.
x. EMOGEN MILLER66,67.

3. HENRY T.2 MILLER (ANDERSON PERKINS1) He married (1) MARY C. UNK. He married (2) MARY C. UNK69.

Notes for HENRY T. MILLER:
lived in Chesterfield Co.[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

lived in Chesterfield Co.

Child of HENRY MILLER and MARY UNK is:
i. ANDERSON PERKINS3 MILLER70,71, m. THEODORA BLAND72,73, February 23, 1867, Amelia Co., VA74,75; b. 184875.

Notes for ANDERSON PERKINS MILLER:
[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

Anderson Perkins Miller, s/o H. T. Miller and Mary C. Unk.; m. Theodora Bland b. 1848, 23 Feb 1867 in Amelia Co., VAAnderson Perkins Miller, s/o H. T. Miller and Mary C. Unk.; m. Theodora Bland b. 1848, 23 Feb 1867 in Amelia Co., VA

More About ANDERSON MILLER and THEODORA BLAND:
Marriage: February 23, 1867, Amelia Co., VA76,77

4. ANDERSON PERKINS2 MILLER, JR. (ANDERSON PERKINS1) He married (1) MARY SCOTT80, daughter of DR. GEORGE SCOTT. He married (2) E. M. J. WILLSON80,81. He married (3) MARY B. SCOTT82,83 May 185983, daughter of DR. GEORGE SCOTT.

Notes for ANDERSON PERKINS MILLER, JR.:
[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

Anderson Perkins Miller, Jr., first married E. M. J. Willson. By this union there were two children, both of whom died young. His second wife was Mary Scott, daughter of Dr. George Scott of Amelia county. There were two children by this marriage; Annie Perkins Miller and Sallie Thweatt Miller, who married T. O. Sandy. Mrs. T. O. Sandy inherited Miller's Hall and now lives there. [Turner, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 82Anderson Perkins Miller, Jr., first married E. M. J. Willson. By this union there were two children, both of whom died young. His second wife was Mary Scott, daughter of Dr. George Scott of Amelia county. There were two children by this marriage; Annie Perkins Miller and Sallie Thweatt Miller, who married T. O. Sandy. Mrs. T. O. Sandy inherited Miller's Hall and now lives there. [Turner, Old Homes and Families in Nottoway, p. 82

Notes for E. M. J. WILLSON:
two children; both died young[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

two children; both died young

Marriage Notes for ANDERSON MILLER and MARY SCOTT:
[russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW]

May 30, 1859, Petersburg Daily Express, 2/3
A.P.Miller of Nottoway Co.
Mary B. Scott of Amelia Co.
Married

More About ANDERSON MILLER and MARY SCOTT:
Marriage: May 185983

Children of ANDERSON MILLER and MARY SCOTT are:
i. ANNIE PERKINS3 MILLER84.
ii. SALLIE THWEATT MILLER84,85, m. T. O. SANDY86,87.

Child of ANDERSON MILLER and MARY SCOTT is:
iii. ANNIE PERKINS3 MILLER88,89, m. JAMES T. PRICE90,91, March 04, 1830, Prince Edward Co., VA92,93.

More About JAMES PRICE and ANNIE MILLER:
Marriage: March 04, 1830, Prince Edward Co., VA94,95


Endnotes

1. Old Homes and Families in Nottoway by W.R. Turner, copyright 1932, Nottoway Publishing Co., Blackstone, VA, p. 82.
2. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
3. Turner, W.R., "Old Homes and Families in Nottoway," 3rd ed. Salem: Walsworth Don Mills, Inc., 1982, p. 82.
4. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
5. Turner, W.R., "Old Homes and Families in Nottoway," 3rd ed. Salem: Walsworth Don Mills, Inc., 1982, p. 82.
6. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
7. Old Homes and Families in Nottoway by W.R. Turner, copyright 1932, Nottoway Publishing Co., Blackstone, VA, p. 82.
8. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
9. Old Homes and Families in Nottoway by W.R. Turner, copyright 1932, Nottoway Publishing Co., Blackstone, VA, p. 82.
10. Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850 found at Ancestry.com.
11. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
12. Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850 found at Ancestry.com.
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14. Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850 found at Ancestry.com.
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16. Old Homes and Families in Nottoway by W.R. Turner, copyright 1932, Nottoway Publishing Co., Blackstone, VA, p. 82.
17. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
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19. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
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21. russell redd family.FBC.FBK.FTW, Date of Import: Dec 14, 2003.
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24. The Francis Poythress Family, Diana Diamond aaaaadiamond@yahoo.com, cites the work of the late R. Bolling Batte (RBB).
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Re: Looking to correspond with any and all descendants of Dr. Giles A Miller

douglas B. Hill (View posts)
Posted: 19 May 2004 2:52AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: crump
Thank you for your information, It is very helpful, however I still have a few questions.
1. This Wiley fellow who owned Olden Place, it states that he married the Wilson Widow, nee miller. Is it refering to Mollie Miller?
2. I have read in a contemporary account of Col Charles A. Crump that his wife gave that their daughter died around 1870. Have you ever run across either her name of any other siblings of Charles and Mollie?
3. Is their any known family bibles from this line of Millers that might shed any clue as to the final whereabouts of Mollie?

Re: Looking to correspond with any and all descendants of Dr. Giles A Miller

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 8:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Question 1. No this was Mollie Miller's sister, Lucy A. "Alice" Miller, who m. (1) Tom Friend Wilson and (2) Harvey Wiley.

Re: Looking to correspond with any and all descendants of Dr. Giles A Miller

Posted: 31 Aug 2012 12:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Miller
I have a portrait of Anderson Perkins Miller painted about 1820. There is a pendant portrait of his wife extant as well.

Re: Looking to correspond with any and all descendants of Dr. Giles A Miller

Posted: 13 Sep 2013 5:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Are the portraits of Anderson Perkins Miller (Abt 1820) and "his wife" available as a photograph(s)? I would love to see them, as his second wife was connected to my family . . . .
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