Lula Bell Miller

1880 - 1968


Lettie, Margaret Louisa

Lula Bell Miller
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Alta Janetta Miller
Alta Janetta Miller
1874 - 1966
Estella Mary Miller
Estella Mary Miller
1878 - 1924
Charles Dewitt Miller
Charles Dewitt Miller
1887 - 1981

A school teacher in Scotland County, Missouri


May 10
Age: 23y
Chandler Allen Johnson - Newspaper Death Notice


Chandler Allen Johnson
Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA ⇓
Married at the home of William Henry Miller, pronounced by the Rev. W. S. Foreman. Honeymoon was in St. Louis for the 1904 World's Fair.
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January 16, 1904 • The first large-scale bodybuilding competition in America takes place at Madison Square Garden in New York City.


Age: 28y
November 20, 1910 Mexican Revolution: Francisco I. Madero proclaims the elections of 1910 null and void, and calls for an armed revolution at 6 p.m. against the illegitimate presidency/dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz.


Jan 2
Age: 39y
August 20, 1920 • The first commercial radio station in the United States, 8MK (WWJ), begins operations in Detroit, Michigan. It is owned by the Detroit News, the first U.S. radio station owned by a newspaper.


Apr 17
Age: 59y


Aug 14
Age: 87y
January 14, 1968 • The Green Bay Packers defeat the Oakland Raiders by the score of 33-14 in Superbowl II at the Miami Orange Bowl.


Aug 17
Lula Bell Miller - Gallery Images


Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA ⇓
Memorial held at Payne Chapel
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1968 • The Florida Education Association (FEA) initiates a mass resignation of teachers to protest state funding of education. This is, in effect, the first statewide teachers' strike in the United States.




Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA ⇓
Buried at Memphis Cemetery
November 17, 1968 • The Heidi game: NBC cuts off the final 1:05 of an Oakland RaidersNew York Jets football game to broadcast the pre-scheduled Heidi. Fans are unable to see Oakland (which had been trailing 32–29) score 2 late touchdowns to win 43–32; as a result, thousands of outraged football fans flood the NBC switchboards to protest.