Miller Family Photo Gallery - Page 5
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(41)  Photo of Bea Miller (far right) taken in 1919 in
Dunreith, Indiana.  This would be after Marion and
Lillian Miller have returned from California.
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(42)  Photo of Bea Miller taken when she was 17, at
about the time she was married to Herman T.
Wilkinson.
(43)  Photos taken at the home of Herman and Ellen
Jane Peden at either Thanksgiving or Christmas,
1955.  I especially like the upper photo, where I see
that smile on Marions' face that keeps showing up
through the years.
(44)  A photo taken, I believe, at the farm that
Herman T. Wilkinson owned and Harrold Miller
tilled in Liberty Township, Henry County, Indiana.  
The writing at the bottom identifies Marion Miller
(L), Herman Wilkinson, Harrold Miller and Jerry
Wilkinson, taken in Spring, 1948.
(45)  An undated photo showing Bea Miller
Wilkinson and unknown at Herman and Ellen Jane
Peden's house, mid 1950's.
(46)  Among the photographs I was shown in 2007
at Ellen Jane Peden's house was a collection of the
WWII ration documents held by Marion and Lillian
Miller.  This is the first time I have seen real
versions of these documents that ordered the lives of
all Americans during the war.  The Wilkinson
family had extra rations available, especially of
gasoline, because of Herman's owning a working
farm.
(47)  A chain of mother to daughter spanning from
Huldah Julian (1828 - 1907) to Karen Peden King
(1953 - 1998).  I am very interested in the concept
of mytochondrial DNA.  It is only passed from
mother to daughter.
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