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Loyalist Directory: John Miller

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Surname : Miller
Given name : John
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Wife Name : Eliz'th Miller (passenger number 81); Eliz'th Miller (passenger number 62)
Children : John Miller [age 3 mos] (passenger number 3); Marg't Miller [age 7] (passenger number 2); Adam Miller [age 7] (passenger number 1); Eliz'th Miller [age 10-1/2] (passenger number 113); Agnes Miller [age 11] (passenger number 137); Cath Miller [age 13] (passenger number 112); John Miller [age 14] (passenger number 136); Hannah Miller [age 15] (passenger number 111); Ludwych Miller [age 16] (passenger number 135); Phils(?); Miller [age 17] (passenger number 110); Lucy Miller [age 17] (passenger number 134); Leo Miller [age 6] (passenger number 4)
Biography : Passenger number 4 on HMS Clinton, picking up 20 Sept 1783 East River NY, delivered to Port Roseway NS 26 October 1783.
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Sources : Muster Table HMS Clinton, Document # ADM 36/9966 Public Record Office, Kew, Surrey, England. Copied by Frank Davis, transcribed by Mette Griffin
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