Burchinal, Sarah (b. 27 OCT 1839, d. 6 NOV 1916)
Note: Photo: miller__a_judson___sarah_a
Taken: Jul 2008 - Mount Moriah Baptist Cemetery, Smithfield, Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Attached To: Sarah Ann Burchinal (born 1839)
Adoniram Judson Miller (born 1836)
The Burchinal Genealogy: The Descendants of Thomas Burtchnell, Ca. 1670-1709, of Cecil County, Maryland and His Children, Jeremiah Burchinal ("Jeremy") and Mary Burchinal, Kent County, Maryland
By Beryl Modest Burchinal, Donald Lee Robinson
Published by B.M. Burchinal, 1998
Original from the University of Wisconsin - Madison
Digitized Jul 20, 2007
Note: Was living with Alfred and Ayers in Fayette on the 1880 Census
Note: Mt. Moriah Cem., Smithfield, Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Note: Living In union 1860 Census
He was married to Harriet N. BAKER. (1)
On the 22nd of June, by Rev. George B. M'ELROY, Mr. Jacob D. MOORE to Miss
Harriet N. BAKER, all of this place
July 6, 1854 Volume 3. Number 13, Page 3, Column 1
Mentioned in Title: History of the Eighty-fifty regiment Pennsylvania volunteer infantry, 1861-1865, comprising an authentic narrative of Casey's division at the Battle of Seven Pines, by Luther S. Dickey., pgs 8, 8, 446, 447, Served in the Civil Ware - Co E, PA 85th.
Note: Jane was living with Jacob in the 1860 Census
Jane was living with Jacob in the 1880 census
Note: Was living with brother John and Nana in the 1930 census in PA
Truck Driver for a cleaning shop
Buried: Evergreen Memorial Park-Springhill Township - served in WWII
Morning Herald (Uniontown, Pennsylvania) > 1930 > September > 13
Attaining hist twenty-fifth birtdhay, Wednesday, September 10, Meyer Miller was honored with a birthday celebration in his home, Jane Street, where a host of friends and relatives gathered in the evening in observance of the occassion. Guests spent a delightful evening playing bridge and "500" and at a late hour luncheon was served by Mrs. miller assisted by her mother, Mrs Alva Hoke. At the party were, Miss Lulu Johnson, Mr and Mrs Alva Hoke of Howard, W. Va, and Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and daughter, Laura Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Travis and daughter, Joann, Miss Margaret Johnson, Miss Margaret Hoke, Robert Hoke, Charles Sadler, Richard Weisgerber of Connellsville. Mrs. Meyer Miller and the honored guest."
Name: Meyer Miller
Last Residence: 15401 Uniontown, Fayette, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Note: Owned a Cleaner/Dyer's shop - brother in law Fred - aged 50 was livining with family.
Title: U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
Publication: Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007
Text: Online publication - Ancestry.com. U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007.Original data - United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration. National Archives and Records Administration Branch locations: National Archives and Records Administration Region Branches.
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