|Research on these family lines remain a constant work "in" progress.Questions,corrections,additions,or comments are welcome.Contact me through the email address provided on this page.Please introduce yourself when making contact and explain how you believe or suspect a family relationship.I am always happy to answer questions.The sharing of information is a two way street.
Key surnames include those of families who settled primarily within the Counties of York, Carleton, and Victoria in the Province of New Brunswick, Canada.
If you live in or have roots in these areas, chances are our family lines are connected somehow.Unfortunately,I can only display 5 genealogy reports at one time.
- Henry H. Stubbs (47 KB)
Close up view of tombstone.
- Henry Howard Stubbs (39 KB)
Buried in the Evergreen Cemetery, Caribou, Maine, my maternal 2nd Great Grandfather, a veteran of the American Civil War. His picture, dressed in his Civil War Uniform, was placed on his tombstone by his son Benjamin Stubbs who was caretaker of this cemetery for many years.
- My Grandparents with their daughter Annie (22 KB)
My Grandfather was James Hugh Miller, born in Royalton, Carleton County, New Brunswick in 1878. His Second wife shown here was Cora Tompkins, born July 1897.
- Grandfather:James Hugh Miller (56 KB)
This picture was taken in 1948. I assume it was taken on his farm in Tracey Mills, NB. The farm was located on the hill (mountainside) directly across from the bridge which spans the Presque Isle River.Grandad was known to have a number of apple trees on his farm that were very productive. He probably used these horses on his woodlot. I know my father worked in the woods since he was a teenager. Grandfather owned either 100 or 150 acres which is currently owned by the Wolverton family.
- My Mom & Dad (95 KB)
Woodford E. Miller, 1921-1985 and Olga E. Goodine,1920-2008. This picture was taken in British Columbia in 1983 while they were visiting me and my brother. They spent about 5 days on a bus to get there.
- This would be me (52 KB)
Calvin Woodford Miller, the author of this family history and creator of this site.
- My Darling Wife (60 KB)
My hard working lady and mother of our four boys