MILLER, SADIE - Adair County, Missouri | SADIE MILLER - Missouri Gravestone Photos


Forest-Llewellyn Cemetery
Adair County,

Birth: Jun. 5, 1861
Dodge County
Wisconsin, USA
Death: Mar. 2, 1924
Adair County
Missouri, USA

Sadie appears on the cemetery transcript for both Ownbey and Forest-Llewellyn cemeteries. The Forest-Llewellyn record indicates a death date of March 2, 1924 for Sadie Miller. The Ownbey record, apparently from a funeral home record, indicates a death date of February 28, 1924 for Mrs. Myron Miller. Both records indicate that there is no marker.

The obituary indicates that Sadie was born in 1862 at Wisconsin and buried at Forest Park Cemetery.


married, daughter of William Hart and Elizabeth Banks, 1st wife of Myron A. Miller
d. cert 6645 indicates a birth year of 1861 at Missouri, a death date of March 2, 1924 and burial at Ownbey

Missouri Death Certificate shows that Sadie was born on June 5, 1861 at Dodge County, Wisconsin, and died Mar 2, 1924 at Kirksville. Married Myron Miller. She was the daughter of William Henry Hart, the watchmaker, and Elizabeth Davidson.



Had Been Resident of Kirksville for More than 50 Years

Mrs. Sadie Hart Miller, wife of Myron H. Miller, died Sunday evening at 7:15. She was 62 years old having been born at Maysville, Wis., June 5, 1862. Mrs. Miller has not been very well for several years, but she was not regarded as seriously ill until Wednesday.

The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Summers & Taylor funeral parlor. Interment will be in Forest Park Cemetery.

She came to Kirksville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hart, in 1867. Her father was well known in Kirksville as a jeweler. She was married to Myron H. Miller, Dec. 17, 1882, and they have been living in Kirksville since that time.

She leaves her husband, Myron H. Miller; one son, M. Hart Miller, of Kirksville; one granddaughter, Edna Pearl Miller; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Haughn of Hillsboro, Ore.; and Mrs. Rose Whitzel, of San Diego, Calif.; two brothers, Henry A. Hart, of Los Angeles, Calif., and Dr. Lawrence M. Hart, D.O., of Palasaide, Washington. There was one daughter, Beryle, who died the year of the Kirksville cyclone, at the age of 14 years.

Mrs. Miller was well and favorably known in Kirksville, and had a host of friends who will join in extending their sympathy to the bereaved husband and son, and regret the loss of this excellent woman.

William Hart (____ - 1907)
Elisabeth Hart (____ - 1894)

Myron Albert Miller (1854 - 1934)

Volney Hart (____ - 1890)
Sadie M. Hart Miller (1861 - 1924)
Clarence W. Hart (1866 - ____)
Warren Hart (1873 - 1877)


Contributed on 1/14/16 by hawkinsdonna48
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Submitted: 1/14/16 • Approved: 1/14/16 • Last Updated: 3/28/18 • R782531-G782531-S3

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