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From: "Martin, Joseph" <>
Subject: RE: [ALL] Cannot locate Adam MILLER death, Pittsburgh, 1927
Date: Sun, 3 Sep 2006 11:20:15 -0500
Thanks for your suggestions. He had no children by either wife. His second wife was still living as a widow in the 1930 census. I have not attempted to search for her obituary or death record since I do not know when she died. But I would suspect that he was buried next to his first wife. Maybe or maybe not. As far as I have researched, he had no siblings in the U.S.
From: Ruth Sprowls [mailto:]
Sent: Sunday, September 03, 2006 11:14 AM
To: Martin, Joseph
Subject: Fw: [ALL] Cannot locate Adam MILLER death, Pittsburgh, 1927
I would possibly think that he did NOT die in Pennsylvania - is why they
would not have a death certificate for him. What states did children or
siblings live in? Possibly could have been visiting them and died. Anyone
have a obit or his wifes obit that may give his location of death? Try
searching for siblings death info or his children or spouse -
----- Original Message -----
From: "Martin, Joseph" <>
Sent: Sunday, September 03, 2006 11:40 AM
Subject: [ALL] Cannot locate Adam MILLER death, Pittsburgh, 1927
> I would be interested any suggestions in trying to locate a death
> record/cemetery record for my Adam MILLER of Pittsburgh.
> Adam MILLER and his wife Rose appeared in the 1910 census at 634 Evergreen
> in Pittsburgh in E.D. 164.
> Adam MUELLER and his second wife Eva appeared in the 1920 census at 865 E.
> Ohio Street in Pittsburgh in E.D. 696.
> Adam also appeared in the Pittsburgh city directories from 1920 to 1927 at
> 865 E. Ohio, 874 Lockhart, 36 Green Tree, and in Millvale.
> He last appeared in 1927 at 616 Chestnut, and his wife Eva Miller appeared
> in 1929 as a widow at that address.
> Vital Records in New Castle and the Allegheny County Court House could not
> locate a death record from 1926 to 1928 for him.
> The archivist at the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese told me that they
> probably lived in St. Mary's Parish on the north side.
> St. Mary Cemetery is now operated by St. Peter Parish on Arch Street. The
> cemetery director told me he did not have a record for Adam MILLER in
> I would appreciate any other suggestions that anyone might have for this
> search, keeping in mind I do not have an exact date of death.
> Thank you.
> Joseph Martin
> Romeoville, IL
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