|Birth: ||Jan. 14, 1797|
|Death: ||May 4, 1860|
Son Of Tobias and Christina Elisabeth (Arcularius) Miller
George W. Miller was a wealthy owner and proprietor of a building on Broadway, between Howard and Grant Streets, known as the City Assembly Rooms.
Upon his death in 1860, George Miller left an estate valued at $200,000. He bequeathed an annuity to his wife, Elizabeth. The bulk of the estate went to his daughter, Christiana Taylor, wife of Alexander Taylor. A portion of the estate went to his son, Peter S. Miller, who was in Chile at the time. Subsequently, the will was contested.
Christina Elisabeth Arcularius Sneckner (1775 - 1841)
Elizabeth Henderson Sawyer Miller (1802 - 1861)
New York, USA
Plot: Alexander Taylor Family Plot
Created by: Beverly Kirby-McDonough
Record added: Feb 02, 2011
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