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Adam Miller (1849-1916)

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Adam Miller, junior, of London, engineer

c.1849 Born in Leith, son of Adam Miller and Deans Ward[1]

1851 Adam Millar 25, engine fitter, lived in South Leith with Deana Millar 25, Janet Millar 5, Christena Millar 3, Adam Millar 2, Henry Millar 4 Months[2]

1890 Adam Miller, junior, engineer, of Medland Street, London[3]

1891 Adam Miller 42, mechanical engineer, lived in Stepney with Helen Miller 42, Adam Miller 14, John Miller 13, Donald Miller 11, Anna Miller 10, James Miller 7, Helen Miller 9 months[4]

1911 Mechanical engineer, employer, engaged in repair work, lived in Stepney, London, with Helen Miller 62, Anna Grant Miller 30[5]

1916 of Ratcliff when he died[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1851 census
  3. City directory
  4. 1891 census
  5. 1911 census
  6. Parish records