Pleasant Henry Miller and family

Pleasant Henry Miller and his family taken in front of his corn crib, near Webbers Falls, OK
Date & Place: at Cherokee Indian allottment homestead, in Webbers Falls, Oklahoma Muskogee
Updated Aug 07, 2019

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1909 OK - the whole family, including their horse, in front of the corn crib.
Aug 07, 2019 · Reply
Nice, I like this picture.
Apr 30, 2009 · Reply
Beth Brinkman
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My grandfathers name was George Miller I know they lived in Missouri,Ark,Oklahoma,Az he married Josie Viola Greer and had my dad Audie Ray and he had several sibs do you have anyone in your family tree that matches this my e-ail is [contact link]
Sep 13, 2009 · Reply
Jessica Remick
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Pleasant Henry Miller is my great great-grandpa.My dads(Douglas E. King) moms(Eleanor A Miller)grandpa. grandpa. Jessica
Nov 01, 2009 · Reply
Trudie Cruey
I wonder if the babies are twins
Aug 07, 2019 · Reply
Brigitte Cherubini
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They look like twins.
Aug 07, 2019 ·
It says that they were born the same year . . .
Aug 07, 2019 ·
Marilynn Marlow
Awesome, very special photo!
Aug 07, 2019 · Reply
Desiree Rahman
I had a grandmother born in OK in 1900 (OK Territory) and the other in 1910 (State of OK. My great-grandfather dug wells in northwester OK near the panhandle and in Kansas just the other side of the State lline.
Aug 07, 2019 · Reply
David Phelps
Hard working People..
Aug 07, 2019 · Reply
Mike Stephens
Two wives?
Aug 07, 2019 · Reply
Margie White
Mike Stephens maybe sisters and he took one in.
Aug 07, 2019 ·
Virginia Helen
Looks like a widowed sister (in black) and her very unhappy daughter by her side. Just a guess.
Aug 07, 2019 ·
Hieronymus Dijkstra
I find it odd that the gentleman with the beard is carrying a holstered handgun. I am wondering if he was some kind of policeman?
Aug 07, 2019 · Reply
So, it was not uncommon for most people - at least in the countryside - to have a handgun/shotgun.
Aug 08, 2019 ·
Victoria DeMaria Gutierez
Huge families back then!
Aug 08, 2019 · Reply
Linda Collins
Ages and years don’t jive. First one says born in 1900, age 9. Another one says born in 1865, age 3. Etc.
Aug 08, 2019 · Reply
Becky Kelly
Love these old pictures.
Aug 09, 2019 · Reply
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