MILLER, MICHAEL H., farmer, Enders, Pa., was born in Jackson township, Dauphin county, Pa., June 15, 1836. He attended the Miller school and worked on the farm with his father until he was twenty-four years of age. He then rented a farm of one hundred and forty-four acres for four years, after which he returned to the homestead and worked it until his father's death, when he inherited two hundred and two acres of land, on which he erected a fine brick house costing $3,000, a barn and other needful buildings. He was married, in Jackson township, in 1860, to Catherine Snyder, of that township, born in 1840; daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth Snyder. Their children are: Arabella J.. Mrs. William Warfield, Jackson township, and she has six children; Ellen A., Mrs. Henry A. Warner, Jackson township; Ira 0., farmer, married Julia A. Glaze, and they have four children; Harvey O., Washington township, married Agnes W. Boyer, and they have two children; Jennie, wife of Harry H. Snyder, and they have one child; Edwin E. and Lizzie I., at home; Elmer O., and Emma M., died young. Mr. Miller is a Democrat and has held several township offices. In religious faith he is a Lutheran of the old school, and is a deacon in the church, and is also a member of the I. O. O. F.
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