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John Miller Notes

Breckinridge County Census 1850
352 Miller, John 56 M Va Farmer 5000
    Judith M 45 F
    James B 22 M
    Malinda 19 F
    Sophrona 14 F
    Emily 12 F married a John A Bishop
    Thomas L 2 M
    Peter 6/12 M
353 Miller, Barney 57 M Va Farmer 3000
    Judith 51 F Va
    Martha 21 F
    Samuel 17 M
    Amelia 17 F
    John 13 M
    Rhoda 9 F
    Phrernada 7 F

Breckinridge County Census 1860
455 445 John Miller District 1, Breckinridge, KY 65 1794 Virginia Male 1500 5000
Judith Miller District 1, Breckinridge, KY 60 1799 Virginia Female
Emily Miller District 1, Breckinridge, KY

1870 Hardinsburg, Breckinridge, Kentucky Census Cloverport Roll: M593_450 Page: 103
10 10 Miller, John 75 M W Farmer 1000 2000 Virginia (Lived alone)
11 11 Miller, Thomas 46 M W Merchant 6000 10000 KY
    Judea 44 F W
    Maria J 19
    Lucy A 16
    John M 9
    Lawrence 7

John Miller - Estate Settlement

$1000.00
Recd of T M Miller adm of John Miller decd the sum of one thousand dollars which amount is this day advanced by said adm to me as one of the heirs of John Miller decd and is to Stand as a voucher against me in the Settlement of the estate aforesaid This 1st day of July 1873 Signed - Alice E. Withers/William R Withers

$300.00
Due T M Miller Adm of John Miller deceased three hundred dollars for mony [sic] this day advanced me as one of the heirs of the Estate of Said Miller deced this note is to serve as a voucher against me in the final settlement of the Estate aforesaid This May 4th 1874 Signed - Alice E Withers/William R Withers

$752.55/00
Received of T M Miller [Thomas Martin] adm of the Estate of John Miller deceased the sum of seven hundred and fifty two dollars and fifty five cents which amount is this day advanced me by said adm as one of the heirs of John Miller deceased and is to stand as a voucher against me in the Settlement of the Estate aforesaid This 27th day of November 1874. Signed- Alice E Withers/William R Withers

$405.25/00
Received of T M Miller Adm of the Estate of John Miller deceased four hundred and five dollars and twenty five cents which amount is this day advanced to me by said administrator as one of the heirs of John Miller deceased and is to stand as a voucher against me in the settlement of the Estate aforesaid this November 24th 1874
Signed - Mary S Dean/Thomas Dean

$1274.30
Duw T M Miller Adm of John Miller Deceased the Sum of twelve hundred and seventy four dollars and thirty cents for money this day advanced by Said admn to me as one of the heirs of John Miller decd this note is to Stand as a voucher against me in the Settlement of the Estate of the aforesaid John Miller deceased This 1st day of September 1873 Signed - Mary S Dean/Thomas Dean

$373.00
Due T M Miller Admn of John Miller Decd the sum of three hundred and seventy three dollars for money this day advanced me as one of the heirs of the Estate of John Miller decd this is to Stand as voucher against me in the final settlement of the estate of the aforesaid John Miller decd This 1st day of September/November 1873 Signed - Mary S Dean/Thomas Dean

$600.55
Received of T M Miller Admn of the the [sic] Estate of John Miller deceased the sum of Six hundred dollars and fifty five cents which amount is this day advanced me by said administer as one of the heirs of John miller deceased and is to stand as a voucher against me in the the [sic] settlement of the Estate aforesaid This November 24th 1874 Signed Mrs. Sophronia E Shacklett

$140.00
Received from the estate of John Miller decd the sum of one hundred and forty dollars, it being the amount due Sophronia Miller from the said estate to make her equal to the other heirs of said estate and which sum is paid by the dam in pursuance of the expressed intention of sid John Miller before his death. Said John Miller having given Lafayette and Margaret her brother and sister the same amount. December 7th 1874 Signed - T M Miller guardian for Sophronia Miller.

Transcriptions of Breckinridge County court records Deed Book M, page 42-3:

This Indenture made this 1st day of September 1838 Between John Miller & Judith his wife of the County of Breckinridge and State of Kentucky of the one Part and Joseph B. Ball of the County & state afsd of the other part; Witnesseth that the said John Miller & wife for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred & seventy dollars current money to them . . . paid . . . do confirm unto the said Joseph B. Ball, his heirs . . .. a tract . . . .lying in the County of Breckinridge on the waters of the East fork of the Beach Fork of Clover Creek containing two hundred fifty six and a half acres be the same more or less it being the same land that was deeded to J. Miller by George L. Ball [brother of the above Joseph B.] by deed dated the 27th Oct 1834 & bounded as follows viz:
Beginning at a white oak corner to Claiborn Duval in a line of the original survey of Jno. Reed running thence N 75 E 37 poles to a red oak & white oak in Geo. Merrimittun line thence with the same S 35 E 104 poles to a large white oak his corner thence S 45 E 222 poles to a Dogwood & white oak thence S 65 W _? to white oak sugartree & dogwood corner to said Duval thence a long [said] Duvalls line North 15 west 322 poles to the beginning containing 256 1/2 acres--and all the estate rights, title and interest that the said John Miller had in etc. to [above] tract of land. With the appurtenances TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said . . . Joseph B. Ball, his heirs . . . the said John Miller doth covenant . . . that he will warrent . . . to Joseph B. Ball, his
heirs . . . claiming by, thro or under them but no farthur . . .
IN TESTIMONY whereof they . . . John Miller & Judith, his wife have herein set their hands & seals, the date above written.
John Miller seal
Judith Miller seal

Breckinridge County Sct. County Court Clks office November 19th 1838. The within Deed was this day duly acknowledged by the within named John Miller to be his act and deed and admitted to record . . . County Court Clerks office March 7th 1840. This Deed was produced to me in my office and signed, sealed and delivered. And I having examined the within named Judith Miller privily & apart from her husband she declared that she did freely and willingly seal and delivered said writing and wishes not to retract it. And acknowledged said writing again shown and explained to her to be her act and deed and consenteth that this certificate may be recorded whereupon the same is duly recorded with the Deed . . .