Lulu M. Burroughs Miller

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Lulu M. (George3, Rebecca2, John1) was a daughter of George W. and Delilah R. Burroughs. She was born Jan 28. 1866, in Lafayette, Ind., and attended the public schools of that city. On Sept. 30, 1891, she became the wife of Charles F. Miller, who was the son of John F. and Rebecca Miller. He was born Nov. 20, 1858, at Veedersburg, Ind. He is a salesman in the employ of the Folkmers Furniture and Undertaking House. Mrs. Miller united with the Baptist church Mar. 7, 1881.

Mr. and Mrs. Miller reside in Lafayette, and all their children were born in that city.

Children

Natalie Burroughs, b. July 22, 1892.

Frances Ruth, b. Nov. 20, 1893.

George Burroughs, b. May 11, 1895.

Carl Melvin, b. Sept. 8, 1897, d. Feb. 13, 1900.

Harold Edgar, b. May 22, 1901.

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Natalie Burroughs Miller

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Natalie B., (Lulu4, George3, Rebecca2, John1) oldest child of Lulu Burroughs and Charles F. Miller, was born July 22, 1892. She received her education in the public schools of Lafayette. She is a musician, and she is unmarried.

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Frances Ruth Miller

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Frances Ruth, (Lulu4, George3, Rebecca2, John1) a daughter of Lulu B. and Charles F. Miller, was born Nov. 20, 1893, in Lafayette, Ind., and attended the public schools there until the close of her third year in high school. She then took a business course and is now (1913) a bookkeeper and stenographer. She is single.

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George Burroughs Miller

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George B., (Lulu4, George3, Rebecca2, John1) oldest son of Lulu B. and Charles F. Miller, was born May 11, 1895, in Lafayette, Ind. He passed through the grammar grades of the public schools and spent three years in high school. He then took up telegraphy and is a telegraph operator in the employ of the Western Union Telegraph Co. He is employed in Chicago, Ill.

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