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The descendants of Richard Miles (1738-1838)

W. O. Miles, 1932
Miles, W. O. (Main Author)
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English

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Microfilm of typescript (photocopy, 119 leaves).

"This is a copy of a manuscript issued in 1932 by W.O. Miles of Fresno, Calif. Apparently a part of his book was taken from information compiled by some one in 1888 including data on the Springer family as far back as about the year 1019 of thereabouts. The following is only the descendants of Richard Miles (1783-1838). I was able to secure this through the courtesy of R. E. Miles of Mankato, Minnesota, one of the descendants, 1964."

Richard Miles was born in Virginia in 1783. He migrated to Bourbon County, Kentucky, as a young man. He and his wife, Susan Silvers, and eight children, 1805-1825, born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and Sullivan County, Indiana. He died in 1838 and was buried at Mt. Zion Cemetery, near Lebanon, Indiana. Descendants lived in Indiana, California, Illinois, and elsewhere.

In The unabridged genealogical effort of Samuel Robert Miles (1896- 1974) pertaining to the descendants of Samuel Miles (1740-1811) and wife, Sarah James. Section VI.

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