Author Topic: MILLER family tree  (Read 13265 times)

Offline Zyphenix(1)

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Re: MILLER family tree
« Reply #9 on: Monday 04 April 16 09:55 BST (UK) »
Hi,I'm the daughter of David and Heather is my Aunt. Any help of understanding the history would be wonderful.

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Re: MILLER family tree
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 05 April 16 15:23 BST (UK) »
Hello, Yes, how can I help?

How much do you know?

Did your grandfather tell you anything about Wick and the Millers there?

Jean

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Re: MILLER family tree
« Reply #11 on: Saturday 18 June 16 17:35 BST (UK) »
Hi there I am researching my family tree, I am from Australia. Here is the iformation I have of the Millers in my tree, I would be so glad to hear of any one who is a reli and may have some information to share with me!  :)


I am the great-grandson of Frank Cormack who "went to USA". He married Dora Waters, had two children, then moved to Colorado, USA and had six more including the youngest, my grandmother. I was in Wick last August and did a bit of research, but mainly on the McIntosh and Cormack branches.

I also have a Donald Miller in the tree (d. 1927?), who married Christina Waters (1863-1912, sister to Dora who married Frank Cormack). So there might be a connection via Waters as well as Cormack.
Cormack | Mackintosh / McIntosh
Waters | Swanson
Oag | Gow | Finlayson
McCoy / McKay / McElroy
Gilbert | Hoskins | Sellers
Burns | Campbell | Castles
Ivester | Turbough / Turnbull

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Re: MILLER family tree
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 03 August 17 03:05 BST (UK) »
Yay! Now can reply!
Hi Len and jean.
Jean no he didn't except they where watch Maker's! Any web sites photos history, would be amazing! I have none and this is the only documentation I have!

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Re: MILLER family tree
« Reply #13 on: Friday 04 August 17 06:24 BST (UK) »
Interesting the Frank Cormack "that went to USA" was also a watchmaker and jeweler. Before they moved to Colorado about 1891, they had a two children in Scotland.

Yay! Now can reply!
Hi Len and jean.
Jean no he didn't except they where watch Maker's! Any web sites photos history, would be amazing! I have none and this is the only documentation I have!
Cormack | Mackintosh / McIntosh
Waters | Swanson
Oag | Gow | Finlayson
McCoy / McKay / McElroy
Gilbert | Hoskins | Sellers
Burns | Campbell | Castles
Ivester | Turbough / Turnbull