Friday, July 11, 2014

Ira MILLER and Lucy TURNER – Royalton New Brunswick

Royalton Cemetery, New Brunswick
Royalton Wesleyan Cemetery New Brunswick, located along the Maine – NB border

Wicklow Parish, Carleton County, New Brunswick

The Burial Location of IRA MILLER and Lucy TURNER

Ira MILLER was born on 05 Jul 1835 in New Brunswick. He married Lucy
Ann TURNER
. They were married on 13 Jan 1861 in Simonds Parish, Carleton
Co., NB by Rev. C.E. Bell, East Florenceville, N.B.  He died on 27 Oct 1909 in
New Brunswick (Family Bible Records).

Ira_Miller_1835-1909-New-Brunwick

Gravestone of Ira Miller (1835 - 1909) and Lucy Turner (1840 - 1907)

Lucy Ann TURNER was the daughter of W.D. Turner and Elizabeth S. [Unknown]. She was born
on 25 Apr 1840 in New Brunswick. She died on 29 Nov 1907 in New Brunswick.

Ira Miller gave 2 acres off the farm to the Royalton Church in 1889.  It is now called Royalton Wesleyan
Church.  (Previous name was Reformed Baptist.).  We Millers visited this church in 2007.

Inscription reads: IRA MILLER Died Oct 27 1900 Aged 74 years.  LUCY A. His Wife Died Nov 20 1907 Aged 67 years

Inscription reads: IRA MILLER Died Oct 27 1900 Aged 74 years. LUCY A. His Wife Died Nov 20 1907 Aged 67 years

Ira and Lucy had six children:  Albert, Hubert, Isadore, Ward (my husband’s gg-grandfather), Ira, Isabella.

Connections?  Please comment below.

References:

1. Family Bible Records

2. Marriage Certificate: Ira Miller of Wicklow Parish, Carleton County married a Lucy Ann Turner of
Simonds Parish on the 13th day of January 1861 by Rev. C.E. Bell. Witnesses were Charles
Miller and Amanda Jane Turner.

Photo credits:  Joan Miller (c) 2009



Comments

5 Responses to “Ira MILLER and Lucy TURNER – Royalton New Brunswick”
  1. Joan – I didn’t realize your people came from New Brunswick!
    Evelyn in Montreal

  2. Ahh, yes…this is my husband’s line. Thanks for stopping by.

    ~~Joan

  3. Jeannine says:

    Who were Ira’s parents? I have Millers from New Brunswick.

  4. Hi Jeannine,
    Ira Miller’s father was another Ira Miller married to Salome Estey Hartley. The line goes like this.

    THREE GENERATIONS: Ira Miller (1835 -1909), son of Ira Miller (1796-1886) who was the son of Issac Miller (b. between 1767-1770 , died abt. 1837)

    Connections?

    –Joan

  5. Jeannine says:

    Yes, my 3gg mother was Phoebe Miller who married Mark Tracy. She was the daughter of Isaac Miller and Susannah Gallop. She was born 1814 in York, New Brunswick and died 25 aug 1875 in Wicklow, Carleton, New Brunswick. I had down six other children for Ira and Salome Estey Hartley Miller but had somehow missed Ira.

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