Notes for Christopher Miller: Christopher was said to born abt 1772-73
1791 Sept 12 George Miller was taxed for himself and one male age 16-21. Another George Miller, called Senior was taxed on the same day, as was a John Miller. This supports the contention that John was the eldest son and was born circa 1770. And the second son was at least 16 in 1789, but on yet 21 in 1791. so was born between 1772-73. This could be Christopher.
Family records says that Christopher was married in Tenn.
There is said to be a Christopher Miller buried next to George and Elizabeth Miller in Crocus,Adair Co. Ky.
A Christopher Miller was taxed in Green Co. KY in 1800 paying taxes for 200 acres granted to Jacob Miller.
He was not taxed in Adair Co. in 1802 or 1806
1802 Adair Co. Ky, court orders, A Christopher Miller gave proff for 100 acres on waters of Crocus Creek and Cabbin Fork.
1800 Green Co. KY John, Chistopher,and Jacob Miller were taxed.
1804 April 7 A Christopher Miller received 40 acres (book 8 page 43 Old KY Entries, Deeds, Military Warrants by Wm. R Jillson.
"!807, Jan 2nd a Christopher Miller received 200 acres in Warren Co. on Little Trammel Creek (book 27 page 47 Old KY Entries, Deeds, Military Warrants by Wm. R. Jillson)(book 16 page 187 June 91807 Warren Co) 1807, Feb 10 a Christopher Miller received 150 acres ( (Book 27 page 148 Old KY Entries, Deeds, Military Warrants by Wm. R. Jillson) 1807, June 9 a Christopher received 200 acres (book 16 page 187) in area that is now Warren county. 1810 Christopher was enumerated next to his brother John in the U.S. census of Cumberland County KY: 10010-3101 1 male 0-10 3 females 0-10 1 male 26-45 1 female 10-16 1 female 26-45 He had one daughter aged 10-16. By 1821 two of his daughters had married. It is likely that the elder of these two girls, probably Nancy was born ca 1798. Her parents Christopher and Hannah probably married ca 1797. Based on the statistical average age of men at first marriage, 24, places the birth of Christopher ca 1773 which matches the evidence cited above rather well. (Lineages) There, it is likely that George and Elizabeth had John ca 1770, Christopher ca 1773, Jacob ca 1776, Moses 1780, Mathias 1781, henry 1784, Adam 1785, Aaron in 1786, David ca 1790, and Solomon 1796. A researcher (Etta Jane Hays) says that his will was probated 1815 in Gumberland Go. KY 1818 on March 5 a commissioners' deed was made to the heirs of Christopher Miller, deceased for lots in Campbellsburg. The heirs were named in a deed from John and Elizabeth Miller dated 1 June 1821, to Hannah Miller (this should be Christphers wife) Thomas Hamilton and wife Nancy, John Lawless and wife Sally, Polly Miller, Ruth Miller, John Miller Jr., George Miller and William Jaxen Miller. Hannah was apparently the widow of Christopher because she was named first. The children of Christopher and Hannah were Nancy (married hamilton), Sally (married Lawless), Polly, Ruth, John, George, and William Jaxen. The children may be named in birth order in the deed, because in 1810 Christopher and Hannah had only one son in their family, yet three sons were named by the commissioners. These conclusions are tentatively confirmed by the enumeration of Hannah Miller in the 1820 U.S. census of Cumberland County, KY 1820 Fed. census of Cumberland county KY Hannah Miller:2 males 0-10 1 female 10-16 1 male 10-16 1 female 16-26 1 female 26-45 ---
More About Christopher Miller and Hannah Myers: Marriage: 1794, VA. or Tenn..
Children of Christopher Miller and Hannah Myers are:
Nancy Miller, b. 26 Dec 1795, Crab Orchard, Ky., d. 22 Jan 1893, Norton, Norton Co. Kansas.