|Birth: ||Sep. 1, 1894|
|Death: ||Feb. 27, 1969|
Farmer. Known affectionately by his family as "Pap," he was the youngest of ten children. He was a farmer who spent his entire life at his farm, at 1020 South Kentucky Highway 105 near Hardinsburg.
Like several members of the Miller family, he enjoyed playing pranks on his friends and family. He was only rarely serious, and he did not enjoy talking serious business with people.
On December 4, 1918, he married Hazel Irene Hawkins, his second cousin through the Pate family. They were married in Cannelton, Indiana.
Hubert suffered through many difficult times of American history, including World War I, the Era of Prohibition, the Great Depression, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. His two sons, Carl and Bob, and his son-in-law Arthur Jackson, served in the army during World War II. His grandson, Hubert Wayne Miller, was killed during the Vietnam War.
A founding member of New Clover Creek Baptist Church, he assisted in the relocation of the church building in 1934 and 1935. On June 30, 1935, he was ordained a deacon there, a position he held for 33 years.
He died of a sudden heart attack while walking toward the main barn.
Lafayette H. Miller (1847 - 1906)
Cornelia Eugene Pate Miller (1852 - 1923)
Hazel Irene Hawkins Miller (1898 - 1987)*
Carl Thomas Miller (1920 - 1997)*
Robert Wayne Miller (1922 - 1963)*
Franklin Miller (1937 - 2008)*
Charles Lafayette Miller (1871 - 1944)*
Thomas Miller (1873 - 1955)*
William Dudley Miller (1876 - 1951)*
Hendrick Miller (1879 - 1880)*
John Miller (1881 - 1965)*
Sophronia Miller (1884 - ____)*
Son of L.H. & C.E. Miller (1887 - 1887)**
Luther Miller (1888 - 1973)*
Maud Mae Miller Ball (1891 - 1945)*
Hubert Miller (1894 - 1969)
Created by: Perry Ryan
Record added: May 28, 2012
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