Maurice Miller

     Maurice Miller married Mary Cecil Evans, daughter of David Evans and Mary Jones.

Robert Edwin Miller

(1888 - 1953)
     Robert Edwin Miller was born in 1888.
     Mary Maud Bullett married secondly Robert Edwin Miller circa September 1916 in Bury St Edmunds RD.
     Robert died in 1953.

Child of Robert Edwin Miller and Mary Maud Bullett

Sarah Miller

(before 1770 - )
     Sarah Miller was born before 1770 in Suffolk.
     Sarah Miller married William Cocksedge on 6 March 1787 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. They may be the parents of Isaac baptised 1804 at Eriswell.

Thelma Amelia Miller

(1900 - 12 October 1981)
     Thelma Amelia Miller was born in 1900.
     Thelma Amelia Miller married Edward Peter MacPherson, son of George MacPherson and Lillie Sarah Elizabeth Pullen Judd.
     Thelma died on 12 October 1981 in New South Wales.

Thomas Miller

(circa 1855 - )
     Thomas Miller married Miriam Godbold, daughter of William Godbold and Eliza Armstrong, June 1/4 of 1886 in Stow RD, Suffolk. Thomas Miller was born circa 1855.

Children of Thomas Miller and Miriam Godbold

Unknown Miller

     Unknown Miller married Gen Owen Wynne (II), son of Col Owen Wynne (I) and Catherine Hamilton. She was the second daughter of Robert Miller of Milford co. Mayo, but they had no issue.

George Milles

     George Milles married Eliza Frances Bullett, daughter of Samuel Charles Bullett and Sarah Ann Kilburn, in 1899 in Ballina district, New South Wales.

Ann Milley (Beauchamp)

(before 1730 - )
     Ann Milley (Beauchamp) was born before 1730 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Rev Nicholas Milley and Catherine Dunbar.
     In Rev Nicholas Milley's will dated 1 January 1748 in Graiguenemagh, Kilkenny, Ireland, Ann Milley (Beauchamp) was named as heir; Rev. Nicholas Milley, Graiguenamanagh, co. Kilkenny, clerk. 1 Jan 1748. narrate 1 1/2 p. 24 Jan 1748. He mentions his wife Catherine Milley, extx; his son Rev. John Milley, clerk, exor. Daughters Lucy Milley, Elizabeth Doyle and Mary Harman, Ann Beauchamp. George Dunbar, Esq. Trustee. Lands of Knockbrack and Knockbarragh, Barony Forth co. Catherlogh. Townlands of Cappaghwater, Clashadarragh, Barony Forth, co. Catherlogh. Witnesses: Rev. Wm Darby, Dublin, clerk, Wm Dale, town of Catherlogh, apothecary, Solomon Delane and Theophilus Perkins, both of Dublin, gents. Memoriala witnessed by : Theophilus Perkins, Solomon Delane, John Milley (seal).

Elizabeth Milley

(circa 1700 - )
     Elizabeth Milley was born circa 1700. She was the daughter of Rev Nicholas Milley and Catherine Dunbar.
     Elizabeth Milley married Charles Doyle.
     In Rev Nicholas Milley's will dated 1 January 1748 in Graiguenemagh, Kilkenny, Ireland, Elizabeth Milley was named as heir; Rev. Nicholas Milley, Graiguenamanagh, co. Kilkenny, clerk. 1 Jan 1748. narrate 1 1/2 p. 24 Jan 1748. He mentions his wife Catherine Milley, extx; his son Rev. John Milley, clerk, exor. Daughters Lucy Milley, Elizabeth Doyle and Mary Harman, Ann Beauchamp. George Dunbar, Esq. Trustee. Lands of Knockbrack and Knockbarragh, Barony Forth co. Catherlogh. Townlands of Cappaghwater, Clashadarragh, Barony Forth, co. Catherlogh. Witnesses: Rev. Wm Darby, Dublin, clerk, Wm Dale, town of Catherlogh, apothecary, Solomon Delane and Theophilus Perkins, both of Dublin, gents. Memoriala witnessed by : Theophilus Perkins, Solomon Delane, John Milley (seal).
     Elizabeth died. An Elizabeth Doyle, of St Anne's in Dublin had her will proved in 1778.

Children of Elizabeth Milley and Charles Doyle

Rev John Milley

(say 1705 - 1760)
     Rev John Milley was born say 1705 in Ireland. He was the son of Rev Nicholas Milley and Catherine Dunbar. John was a clergyman on 1 January 1748.
     In Rev Nicholas Milley's will dated 1 January 1748 in Graiguenemagh, Kilkenny, Ireland, Rev John Milley was named as executor of the estate.
     Rev John Milley and Lydia Hewetson obtained a marriage licence on 5 September 1749 in Ossory diocese, Ireland. Revd John Miller, clerk, and Lydia Hewetsn, spinster, daughter of Robert Hewetson of Thomastown, gent, both of the Protestant religion.
     John died in 1760 in Johnville, Kilkenny, Ireland.
     His will was proved in 1760 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Lucy M Milley

     Lucy M Milley was the daughter of Rev Nicholas Milley and Catherine Dunbar.
     In Rev Nicholas Milley's will dated 1 January 1748 in Graiguenemagh, Kilkenny, Ireland, Lucy M Milley was named as heir; Rev. Nicholas Milley, Graiguenamanagh, co. Kilkenny, clerk. 1 Jan 1748. narrate 1 1/2 p. 24 Jan 1748. He mentions his wife Catherine Milley, extx; his son Rev. John Milley, clerk, exor. Daughters Lucy Milley, Elizabeth Doyle and Mary Harman, Ann Beauchamp. George Dunbar, Esq. Trustee. Lands of Knockbrack and Knockbarragh, Barony Forth co. Catherlogh. Townlands of Cappaghwater, Clashadarragh, Barony Forth, co. Catherlogh. Witnesses: Rev. Wm Darby, Dublin, clerk, Wm Dale, town of Catherlogh, apothecary, Solomon Delane and Theophilus Perkins, both of Dublin, gents. Memoriala witnessed by : Theophilus Perkins, Solomon Delane, John Milley (seal).

Mary Milley

(before 1730 - )
     Mary Milley was born before 1730 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Rev Nicholas Milley and Catherine Dunbar.
     Mary Milley married Wesley Harman, son of Wentworth Harman and Lucy Mervyn, before January 1748. He was of Moyle, co. Carlow and left no surviving issue.
     In Rev Nicholas Milley's will dated 1 January 1748 in Graiguenemagh, Kilkenny, Ireland, Mary Milley was named as heir; Rev. Nicholas Milley, Graiguenamanagh, co. Kilkenny, clerk. 1 Jan 1748. narrate 1 1/2 p. 24 Jan 1748. He mentions his wife Catherine Milley, extx; his son Rev. John Milley, clerk, exor. Daughters Lucy Milley, Elizabeth Doyle and Mary Harman, Ann Beauchamp. George Dunbar, Esq. Trustee. Lands of Knockbrack and Knockbarragh, Barony Forth co. Catherlogh. Townlands of Cappaghwater, Clashadarragh, Barony Forth, co. Catherlogh. Witnesses: Rev. Wm Darby, Dublin, clerk, Wm Dale, town of Catherlogh, apothecary, Solomon Delane and Theophilus Perkins, both of Dublin, gents. Memoriala witnessed by : Theophilus Perkins, Solomon Delane, John Milley (seal). She was a beneficiary in Wesley Harman's will proved 20 April 1758.
     Very Rev Charles Doyne married secondly Mary Milley on 7 March 1763.
     From the diary of Thomas Bunbury of Kill (1754 - 1774) at http://www.turtlebunbury.com/family/bunburyfamily_lisnavagh/bunburyfamily_lisnavagh_thomaskilldiary.html
The Very Rev Charles Doyne (1711 1777), alter Dean of Leighlin, was the third son of Philip Doyne of Wells. He had three sons by his first wife, Anna Maria Bury, who died in 1762. On 7th March 1763, he married Wesley Harman’s widow, Mary, daughter of Rev. Nicholas Milley, DD.
July 24th 1764 – Returned home from Dublin where I purchased most of the Harman Estate in the County Carlow viz Moyle Demesne, 109 acres; Little Moyle, Jno Pain tenant, 100 acres; Part of Moyle, Wm Dillon tenant, 42 acres; Part of Moyle, Widow McEvoy tenant, 35 acres; Part of Do [Ditto?] Anth. Murray tenant 20 acres; Rathedon Court [sic] Stewart tenant; Labenesy [sic] Harry Brewster tenant; & Gormenagh [sic] James Dillon, which amounted to £11,200 the 4th part of which I deposited being £2800 & at said time purchased two leases [for] Estates in County Longford, Glasgloone [sic] & Trillickatemple £33.7.6 paid, & Clumkeen [sic] & Cordevon £37.18.6 paid. The Purchase money of the County Longford amounts to £2960; the 4th of which I did not deposit. ...
[16] This sale arose following the death of Wentworth Harman II (1757) and his eldest son, Wesley Harman (1758). Wentworth’s wife Lucy Mervyn was a daughter of Audley Mervyn of Trillick, another property that subsequently passed to Thomas Bunbury of Kill. There is the possibility of a family connection here. Between 1683 and his death in 1714, Wentworth Harman I of Newcastle, County Longford, and Moyle, Co Carlow, son of Sir Thomas Harman and Anne Jones, was married secondly to Frances Sheppard, daughter of a Colonel Sheppard. Thomas Bunbury of Kill’s grandmother Mary Bunbury was born Mary Sheppard.
[17] One such advertisement appeared in The Dublin Journal and read as follows: ‘To be speedily sold, the Town and Lands of Moyle, and several other Lands in the County of Carlow, the Town and Lands of Bawn, and several other Lands in the County of Longford, and the Black Bull Inn in the County of Meath, the Estates of the late Wesley Harman, Esq; deceased. For further Particulars enquire of the Rev. Charles Doyne, in Molesworth-street, John Kelly, Attorney, in Aungier-street, Dublin, David Gorman at Moyle, near Carlow, and Robert Jenkins at Trillick near Longford, to any of whom Proposals can be made.’.

Children of Mary Milley and Wesley Harman

Rev Nicholas Milley

(say 1680 - before 23 January 1748)
     Rev Nicholas Milley was born say 1680.
     Rev Nicholas Milley lived at Johnville, Kilkenny, Ireland.
     Rev Nicholas Milley married Catherine Dunbar, daughter of Major John Dunbar and Catherine Wynne, circa 1700. Nicholas He was Prebendary of Ullard in the dioces of Leighlin.
     Rev Nicholas Milley made a will dated 1 January 1748 in Graiguenemagh, Kilkenny, Ireland. Rev. Nicholas Milley, Graiguenamanagh, co. Kilkenny, clerk. 1 Jan 1748. narrate 1 1/2 p. 24 Jan 1748. He mentions his wife Catherine Milley, extx; his son Rev. John Milley, clerk, exor. Daughters Lucy Milley, Elizabeth Doyle and Mary Harman, Ann Beauchamp. George Dunbar, Esq. Trustee. Lands of Knockbrack and Knockbarragh, Barony Forth co. Catherlogh. Townlands of Cappaghwater, Clashadarragh, Barony Forth, co. Catherlogh. Witnesses: Rev. Wm Darby, Dublin, clerk, Wm Dale, town of Catherlogh, apothecary, Solomon Delane and Theophilus Perkins, both of Dublin, gents. Memoriala witnessed by : Theophilus Perkins, Solomon Delane, John Milley (seal).
     Nicholas died before 23 January 1748 in Ireland.
     His will was proved on 23 January 1748 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Children of Rev Nicholas Milley and Catherine Dunbar

Victor Ernest Millican

(13 July 1921 - 17 September 1996)
     Victor Ernest Millican was born on 13 July 1921 in Toowoomba, Queensland.
     Victor Ernest Millican married Joyce Doreen Pollard, daughter of Frederick Oswald Pollard and Dora Elizabeth Hanson, on 13 December 1943 in Toowoomba, Queensland.
     Victor died on 17 September 1996 in Kallangur, Brisbane, Queensland, aged 75. He was buried in Deception Bay Cemetery.

William Millican

(circa 1800 - )
     William Millican was born circa 1800.
     William Millican married Elizabeth Noble, daughter of John Noble and Elizabeth Watson, on 12 February 1836 in Bardwell, Suffolk.

Samuel James or William Millichamp or Thompson

     Samuel James or William Millichamp or Thompson married Eliza Anne De Lessert, daughter of Charles Grierson De Lessert and Eliza Ann Boreham, before 1 October 1880 in Wolverhampton RD, Staffordshire. I cannot identify either couple in the 1881 census.

Susan Millman

     Susan Millman married William Heatherly after 18 November 1827 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London. Banns were read on Nov 4, 11 & 18th.

Barbara Violet Mills

(16 May 1915 - )
     Barbara Violet Mills was born on 16 May 1915 in Swansea, Gower RD, Glamorganshire, Wales. She was the daughter of Charles Harold Mills and Eugenie Ross. Barbara Violet Mills was christened on 16 June 1915 in St Andrew's Presbyterian church, Swansea. Barbara was a nurse.

Bertie J Mills

(1902 - before 1911)
     Bertie J Mills was born in 1902. He was the son of Charles Harold Mills and Eugenie Ross.
     Bertie died before 1911.

Bridget Mills

(before February 1764 - before 24 February 1839)
     Bridget Mills was born before February 1764 in Suffolk. She was described as "of this parish" at her marriage. Her age at death was given as 75. A Bridget Mills was baptised 19 Nov 1753 at Boxted, Suffolk, daughter of Daniel & Bridget Mills. Another was baptised 10 Dec 1779 at the Independent church, Long Melford, daughter of Daniel & Sarah, and another on 21 Jul 1776 at Harleston, daughter of William & Ann, also Biddy, daughter of Thomas & Mary on 30 Jul 1769 at Woolpit. A TThomas Mills married Mary Warde at Drinkstone on 13 Aug 1765.
     Bridget Mills married Benjamin Cocksedge, son of Michael Cocksedge and Mary Wilkin, on 17 January 1790 in Hessett. Benjamin Cocksedge of this parish, single man & Bridget Mills of this parish, single woman, were married in this church by banns this seventeenth day of June 1790. In the presence of Jacob Presland, John Fulcher.
     Bridget died before 24 February 1839 in Hessett, Suffolk. She was buried on 24 February 1839 in Hessett.

Children of Bridget Mills and Benjamin Cocksedge

Charles Harold Mills

(circa 1874 - 9 April 1952)
     Charles Harold Mills was born circa 1874 in Ludgvan, Cornwall, England. He was the son of Thomas Mills and Orinda or Prinda..
     Charles Harold Mills lived at 21 Stanmore Crescent, Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales, March 1895.
     Charles Harold Mills married Eugenie Ross, daughter of George Mantoch Ross and Mary Anne Creats, on 2 April 1895 in Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales.
     Charles Harold Mills and Eugenie Ross appeared on the 1911 census in Callencroft, Newton Mumbles, Gower, Glamorganshire, Wales. MILLS, Charles Harold, Head, Married, 37. 1874     Engine Iron and Steel Merchant, born Cornwall Camborne; his wife Eugenie aged 34 married 16 years, 5 childen - 3 living; born Glamorgan Swansea; children George Harold, son 15, School Boy born Glamorgan, Swansea; Dorothy, Daughter, 7 school girl, born Glamorgan Swansea; Mary, Daughter, aged 1, Glamorgan Oystermouth Swansea; HARRIS, Violet, Niece, Single, 21, 1890 born Glamorgan Oystermouth Swansea; ROBINSON, Julia, Visitor, Married, 43 1868 born Somerset Bridgewater; ROSS, George, wife's father, Widower, 66, Ironmonger Assistant Co, Rosshire Ross. With a cook, nurse & a housemaid.
     He was an iron merchant. His death certificates states that he was Assistant Commrcial Manager of Steel & Tinplate Manufacturer before his retirement.
     Charles died on 9 April 1952 in 3 Llewellyn Street, Sketty, Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales. The informant was his son G H Mills, son, of 14 Montpelier Terrace, Hove, Sussex.

Children of Charles Harold Mills and Eugenie Ross

Dorothy Eugenie Mills

(6 January 1903 - )
     Dorothy Eugenie Mills was commonly known as Dolly. She was born on 6 January 1903 in Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales. She was the daughter of Charles Harold Mills and Eugenie Ross. Dorothy Eugenie Mills was christened on 31 March 1903 in St Andrew's Presbyterian church, Swansea. George, Dorothy and Mary were listed as Charles Harold Mills's children in the 1911 census in Callencroft, Newton Mumbles, Gower, Glamorganshire, Wales.

George Harold Mills

(19 November 1895 - )
     George Harold Mills was born on 19 November 1895 in 23 Glanmor Crescent, Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales. He was the son of Charles Harold Mills and Eugenie Ross. George, Dorothy and Mary were listed as Charles Harold Mills's children in the 1911 census in Callencroft, Newton Mumbles, Gower, Glamorganshire, Wales.
     George served in the British Army between 1914 and 1918. He was gassed twice and wounded three times, according to his grandfather Geroge Mantoch Ross. He was a Lieutenant and received the Military Cross.
     George Harold Mills lived at 14 Montpelier Terrace, Hove, Sussex, England, April 1952.

Kathleen Jessie Mills

(12 January 1904 - )
     Kathleen Jessie Mills was born on 12 January 1904 in Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales. She was the daughter of Charles Harold Mills and Eugenie Ross. Kathleen Jessie Mills was christened in February 1904 in St Andrew's Presbyterian church, Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales.

Llewellyn John Mills

(February 1901 - September 1901)
     Llewellyn John Mills was born in February 1901 in Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales. He was the son of Charles Harold Mills and Eugenie Ross. Llewellyn John Mills was christened on 12 May 1901 in St Andrew's, Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales.
     Llewellyn's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1901 in Glamorganshire, Wales.

Mary Ann Mills

(9 June 1908 - 31 May 1985)
     Mary Ann Mills was commonly known as Molly. She was born on 9 June 1908 in Victoria, Australia.
     Mary Ann Mills married William Michael Coghlan, son of Michael Coghlan and Emma Booker, on 16 July 1930 in St Mary's RC church, Hamilton, Victoria.
     Mary died on 31 May 1985 in 13 Eden Street, Moe, Victoria, aged 76. She was buried on 3 June 1985 in Moe, Victoria.

Mary Winifred Mills

(14 November 1909 - )
     Mary Winifred Mills was commonly known as Molly. She was christened on 2 January 1908 or 1910 in St Andrew's Presbyterian church, Swansea. Their residence was given as Callencorft, Mumbles. She was born on 14 November 1909 in Mumbles, Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales. She was the daughter of Charles Harold Mills and Eugenie Ross. George, Dorothy and Mary were listed as Charles Harold Mills's children in the 1911 census in Callencroft, Newton Mumbles, Gower, Glamorganshire, Wales.
     Mary was educated at Rodean School, Sussex.      
Mary Winifred Mills emigrated to Kuala Lumpur, Malaya. They may have had/worked on a tea plantation.

Robert Mills

(1900 - 1 July 1969)
     Robert Mills was born in 1900 in England.
     Robert Mills married Elsie E Ruby, daughter of William Ruby and Elsie Gertrude Hannan, in 1946.
     Robert died on 1 July 1969 in Bayswater, Western Australia.

Robert Mills

     Robert Mills married Lucinda Armstrong, daughter of Andrew Armstrong and Constantia Maria Pigot, in 1795. Robert Mills esq of Malahide was the fifth son of the Rev Richard Mills, rector of Annaclone, in Downshire. They had issue.

James Millson

     James Millson married Mary Barrat on 9 May 1763 in Winteringham, Lincolnshire, England.