Malone Famer, December 10, 1902. This exact text ran in the Malone Farmer, the Chateaugay Journal, the Adirondack Record, the Ticonderoga Sentinel, the Norwood News, the Potsdam Courier-Freeman, the Gouverneur Northern Observer, the Massena Observer and the St. Lawrence Republican as late as 1929.

Born: 1799/1800


Married: Betsey

Children: Roby J. Miller Fuller (b. 1828 d. 25 Aug 1906 in Richmond, Wisconsin), Norton Miller, Fidelia Miller and William R. Miller, Mary A. Miller

Homer Miller was the eldest son of Captain Pliny Miller, and father of Mary A. Miller. Mary A. [Anna?] Miller was the first teacher in the first school in Saranac Lake, and the daughter of Homer Miller. 1

The 1850 U. S. Census of Harrietstown, Franklin County, New York shows:

Homer Miller 50, a farmer born in NY Betsey Miller 52, born in NY Norton Miller 20, a farmer born in NY Fidelia Miller 16, born in NY

The 1860 U. S. Census of North Elba, Essex County, New York shows: Homer Miller 60, a farmer born in NY with real estate of $500 & personal estate value of $100 Betsy Miller 62, born NY William R 13, born NY

The 1870 U. S. Census of Belle Plaine, Wisconsin shows: Homer Miller 70, born in NY Betsy Miller 72, born in NY with the Resby Fuller family


1. Donaldson, Alfred L. A History of the Adirondacks, New York: The Century Co., 1921, p. 238. (reprinted by Purple Mountain Press, Fleischmanns, NY, 1992)