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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

1904


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

marriage


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.

1910


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.

1920


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.

1940


Apr 17
Age: 59y

1968


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.

1968


Aug 17
Lula Bell Miller - Gallery Images

memorial


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.

1968


Aug 

burial


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.