♂ 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

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
1836 Francis Baily, during an eclipse of the sun, observes the phenomenon named after him as Baily's beads.

1837


Age: 31y
1837 • In Philadelphia, The Institute for Colored Youth (ICY) is founded as the first institution for the higher education of black people in the United States.

1839


Age: 33y
1839 Louis Daguerre receives a patent for his camera (commercially available by September at the price of 400 francs).

1841


Age: 35y
1841 • The Mercantile Agency (ancestor of Dun & Bradstreet is founded in New York City by Lewis Tappan.

1843


Apr 2
Age: 37y
1843 • Graduation from a class of 39 at the United States Military Academy, West Point, of Ulysses S. Grant (21st) and John J. Peck (8th).

1848


Mar 9
Age: 42y

1850


Dec 3
Age: 45y

1851


Apr 21
Age: 46y
1851 • The Immortal Game, a famous chess match, is played between Adolf Anderssen and Lionel Kieseritzky during a break in the first international tournament, held in London.

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.
1 Source ⇓
1855 Stamp duty is removed from newspapers in Britain, creating mass market media in the United Kingdom.

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 • The American Party (Know-Nothings) convene in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to nominate their first Presidential candidate, former President Millard Fillmore.

1860


Jun 17
Age: 55y

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