Sarah Jane <I>Alexander</I> Miller

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Sarah Jane Alexander Miller

Birth
New York, USA
Death
5 Jun 1882 (aged 34–35)
Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Waymart, Wayne County, Pennsylvania, USA Add to Map
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Alexander family
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Sarah moved with her parents from Saugerties, NY to Aldenville, Pa when she was four years old and then to Canaan Corners (just south of Waymart) when she was sixteen. She married William B Miller of Carbondale on March 15, 1867 at Waymart's First Presbyterian Church. William and Sarah moved to Carbondale and raised three sons William A, Thomas I and John B Miller. William and Sarah also had a daughter Mary Ellen, who died in 1881 at the age of seven and was buried with her grandparents Thomas and Mary Ann Miller at Maplewood Cemetery, Carbondale. Sarah died in June, 1882 following the stillbirth of a second daughter Elizabeth, and both are believed to have been buried in the Alexander plot at Canaan Corners. Her passing was documented in the Trinity Episcopal Church record at Carbondale and was noted in the Carbondale newspaper with no indication of a burial site. Her death was not recorded in Scranton city records; perhaps she died at her mother's home at Canaan Corners, Wayne County.
Sarah moved with her parents from Saugerties, NY to Aldenville, Pa when she was four years old and then to Canaan Corners (just south of Waymart) when she was sixteen. She married William B Miller of Carbondale on March 15, 1867 at Waymart's First Presbyterian Church. William and Sarah moved to Carbondale and raised three sons William A, Thomas I and John B Miller. William and Sarah also had a daughter Mary Ellen, who died in 1881 at the age of seven and was buried with her grandparents Thomas and Mary Ann Miller at Maplewood Cemetery, Carbondale. Sarah died in June, 1882 following the stillbirth of a second daughter Elizabeth, and both are believed to have been buried in the Alexander plot at Canaan Corners. Her passing was documented in the Trinity Episcopal Church record at Carbondale and was noted in the Carbondale newspaper with no indication of a burial site. Her death was not recorded in Scranton city records; perhaps she died at her mother's home at Canaan Corners, Wayne County.

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