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The Miller family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. The most Miller families were found in the USA in 1880. In 1840 there were 3,256 Miller families living in Pennsylvania. This was about 23% of all the recorded Miller's in the USA. Pennsylvania had the highest population of Miller families in 1840.
The Miller Family History project is researching Y chromosome DNA mutations, to trace the Miller family and piece together the many families concentrated in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Ohio between 1790-1840. Our branch of the Miller family has been isolated to Haplogroup R1b1a2, which is identified by marker M269.For more, see the DNA page.
origin The Miller surname is of English and Scottish origin. It is derived from: the occupational name for a miller; a derivative of the northern Middle English mille (mill), reinforced by the Old Norse mylnari. In southern, western, and central England Millward was used the Gaelic words meillear (having large lips); malair (merchant); or maillor (a man wearing armor or soldier) ancie...
History. THE MILLERS IN AMERICA. A THOROUGH perusal of the following life sketches of noted Millers, eminent in all walks of life, will reveal the fact that the Millers have been actively and intimately associated with the ecclesiastical, civil, industrial and commercial affairs of America; and to become conversant with their history will naturally create in our children a source of pride in ...
The family history from the Glastonbury vital records [leaves 1-69] contains some descendants of William Miller (1659-1705) of Glastonbury, Connecticut; the family history from the Farmington land records [leaves 70-81] contains some descendants of his brother, Ebenezer Miller (1664-1737), of Northampton, Massachusetts.
Miller has been spelled Miller, Millar, Myllar, Mylar, Millare, Myllair and many more. Early Notables of the Miller family (pre 1700) More information is included under the topic Early Miller Notables in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible. Migration of the Miller family to Ireland