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Harrison Miller
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Birth: Feb. 6, 1867
Kamas
Summit County
Utah, USA
Death: May 1, 1900
Scofield
Carbon County
Utah, USA

One of the victims of the Winter Quarters Mine explosion.
His brothers Van Ransler R. Miller and Isaac A Miller also died in the explosion. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  William Miller (1832 - 1910)
  Margaret Jane Neibaur Miller (1836 - 1928)
 
 Spouse:
  Elnora Margaret Wiseman Davis (1871 - 1970)
 
 Children:
  Harrison Alfonso Miller (1889 - 1912)*
  Gilbert Vermont Miller (1891 - 1967)*
  Earnest Miller (1894 - 1914)*
  Edgar Bryan Miller (1896 - 1985)*
  Elnora Walkington (1899 - 1985)*
 
 Siblings:
  Rebecca Jane Miller Savage (1858 - 1934)*
  Ellen Miller Brind (1859 - 1946)*
  William Perry Miller (1860 - 1955)*
  Van Ransler R. Miller (1861 - 1900)*
  Alice Miller Keffer (1862 - 1947)*
  Gilbert Miller (1863 - 1886)*
  Harrison Miller (1867 - 1900)
  Elliott Miller (1868 - 1946)*
  Isaac Alexander Miller (1871 - 1900)*
  Heber John Miller (1873 - 1874)*
  George Washington Miller (1876 - 1925)*
  Margaret Miller (1877 - 1946)*
  Woodruff Miller (1898 - 1982)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Spring Glen Cemetery
Spring Glen
Carbon County
Utah, USA
 
Maintained by: Jason O'Driscoll
Originally Created by: Utah State Historical So...
Record added: Feb 02, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 47390
Harrison Miller
Added by: Brenda Tanner
 
Harrison Miller
Added by: Brenda Tanner
 
Harrison Miller
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Added by: Brenda Tanner
 
 
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Rest in peace. Harrison is one of 3 brothers buried in this cemetery. All three died in the explosion at Winter Quarters #4, a coal mine near Scofield, Utah. On May 1st, 200 good men met their fate. It was a fateful day on the frontier. 107 widows and 26...(Read more)
- billcarr
 Added: Aug. 24, 2006
 
 
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