Dr. Frederick M. Miller1,2

#11528, (circa 1871-23 April 1895)
FatherFrederick Horrocks Miller2 (18 Jul 1846-Jul 1932)
MotherSarah Rowe (c 1849-c 1890)
ChartsFairclough Family - descendants
Last Edited2 Jan 2019
possible photograph of Dr. Frederick M. Miller c.1892
[?] Your Loving
F. M. Miller M. D. [?]

The son of
Fredrick[sic] Horrocks Miller
Mrs. Darbys Brother
(Source: M. Willson Collection)
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Dr. Frederick M. Miller was born circa 1871.3 He was the son of Frederick Horrocks Miller and Sarah Rowe.2

He was recorded as living with his parents in the 1880 census at 246 7th Street, Chester, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. He was recorded as being 11 years old.4 Dr. Frederick M. Miller was a scholar.4 Frederick lived circa 1892 at Pittstown, Pennsylvania.1 Frederick lived circa 1894 at Noxen, Pennsylvania.1 He was a doctor in 1894.1 He was living with his parents at Indianapolis, Indiana, in April 1895 in the last month of his life.1

Frederick died on 23 April 1895 at Indianapolis, Indiana, after an illness of several months.1,3 His body was interred at Crown Hill Cemetery on 23 April 1895 at Indianapolis, Indiana.5

A short obituary was written about him on 26 April 1895:
The sad news has been received here of the death in Indianapolis on Tuesday of Dr. F. M. Miller, who a few years ago was a resident of Pittston, and who still has many friends here. For a year or more past D. Miller has been practising at Noxen, Pa. Several months since he was taken ill, and about four weeks ago he went to his parents' home in Indianapolis, where he passed away. He was a popular young man with a bright future, and his untimely death is sincerely mourned by those knew him.1


1892ResidencePittstown, Pennsylvania1
1894ResidenceNoxen, Pennsylvania1
1895DeathIndianapolis, Indiana1,3
1895BurialCrown Hill Cemetery, in Indianapolis, Indiana5
1895Quotation type 2Pittstown, Pennsylvania1


  1. [S737] The Pittston Gazette, Pittston, Pennsylvannia, 26 April 1895 p.3.
  2. [S244] The South Australian Register, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 31 May 1895 p.4.
  3. [S244] The South Australian Register, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 1895 'Family Notices', South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), 31 May, p. 4. , viewed 02 Jan 2019, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article54461606
  4. [S783] Federal Census for United States 1880 (online image) Census Place: Chester, Delaware, Pennsylvania; Roll: 1126; Family History Film: 1255126; Page: 442D; Enumeration District: 023; Image: 0496.
  5. [S466] Find a Grave (http://www.findagrave.com) # 45988901.