♂ Samuel Miller

1805 - 1891

Samuel Miller
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Parents
Margaret Lackey
Margaret Lackey
1767 - 1854
Spouse
Janetta Wilson
Janetta Wilson
1810 - 1878
Children
John F Miller
John F Miller
1835 - 1899
Isabella P Miller
Isabella P Miller
1837 - 1864
James Wilson Miller
James Wilson Miller
1838 - 1929
Rebecca Ellen Miller
Rebecca Ellen Miller
1841 - 1934
William Henry Miller
William Henry Miller
1843 - 1926
Samuel Presley Miller
Samuel Presley Miller
1848 - 1932
 

Timeline

1805


Apr 6
1805 Beethoven's Symphony No. 3, Eroica, has its public premiere at the Theater an der Wien in Vienna under his baton.

1834


Sep 4
Age: 29y
1834 • The Sixth Xhosa War is characterized by severe clashes between white settlers and Bantu peoples in Cape Colony; Dutch-speaking settlers colonize the area north of Orange River.

1836


Age: 30y

1837


Age: 31y
1837 • The Broad Street Riot occurs in Boston, Massachusetts, fueled by ethnic tensions between the Irish and the Yankees.

1839


Age: 33y

1841


Age: 35y
1841 • The Georgian province of Guria revolts against the Russian Empire.

1843


Apr 2
Age: 37y
1843 Wairau Affray in the South Island of New Zealand: An armed posse of British settlers sent to arrest Māori chief Te Rauparaha clash with members of his Ngāti Toa tribe, resulting in 26 deaths

1849


Age: 43y
1849 • The St. Louis Fire starts when a steamboat catches fire and nearly burns down the entire city.

1850


Dec 3
Age: 45y
1850 • The treaty called Punctation of Olmütz is signed in Olomouc. It means diplomatic capitulation of Prussia to the Austrian Empire, which takes over the leadership of the German Confederation.

1851


Apr 21
Age: 46y
1851 Taiping Rebellion: Hong Xiuquan officially begins the Taiping Rebellion.

1855


Oct 10
Age: 50y

location


Wabash County, Indiana ⇓
Had traveled 500 miles on their journey that would eventually find in them in Scotland County, Missouri.
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1855 Michigan State University (the "pioneer" land-grant college) is established.

1856


Mar 20
Age: 50y

location


Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri, USA ⇓
Arrived in Memphis after a journey of 1,000 miles from Virginia.
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1856 Seton Hall University is founded by Archdiocese of Newark Bishop James Roosevelt Bayley, a cousin of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt and nephew of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton.

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