Edwin Child MILLER [scrapbook] 1 was born 2 on 1 Dec 1857 in Melrose, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died 3 on 26 Jan 1920 in Wakefield, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Edwin married 4, 5 Ida Louise FARR on 13 Jan 1884 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States.
MILLER, Edwin Child, piano mfr. ; b. Melrose, Mass., Dec. 1, 1857; s. Henry Franklin and Frances Virginia (Child) Miller; descendant of John Miller, of Rehoboth, Mass., Roger Williams, and Joseph Jenckes, also of the Arnolds, Kinnicutts and Hitchcocks, of R.I. and Conn.; ed. pub. schs. of Boston; grad. English High Sch., 1875; S.B., Mass. Inst. Tech., 1879; m. Ida Louise Farr, of Littleton, N.H., Jan. 30, 1884; 3 children, Barbara, Henry F., Edith Louise. Identified with piano mfg. since beginning of active career, now près. Henry F. Miller & Sons Piano Co., successors, 1884, to Henry F. Miller, who established the business, 1863. Was chmn. exec. com. when Wakefield celebrated its 250th anniversary, 1894; chmn. Wakefield Municipal Light Commn., 1908-15, and reelected for 3 vrs., spring of 1915. Mem. Mass. Ho. of Rep., 1893-4; mem. Rep. State Com., 1899, 04, 05. Mem. Boston Music Trade Assn. (ex-pres.), Mass Inst. Tech. Alumni Assn. (ex-pres.), Boston Chamber of Commerce, Wakefield Business Men's Assn. Unitarian. Past Master of Middlesex-Essex Pomona Grange No. 28. Mason (Golden Rule Lodge) : Past Patron Order Eastern Star; mem. Knights of Pvthias, N.E.O.P.. Clubs: Technology (1st treas), Boston Rotary (près.). Home: 18 Lawrence St., Wakefield, Mass. Office : 395 Boylston St., Boston. HULES, Elmer Mantón, MD.; b. Ryegate, Vt., Feb. 25, 1873; s. Edward and Eliza (Gates) Miller; grad. St. Johnsbury (Vt.) Acad., 1894; M.D., Baltimore Med. Coll., 1898; grad. Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Coll., 1912; post-grad, course, Mass. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary; m. Lillian E. Ray, of Boston, Mass.. June 22, 1898. Practiced in Woodsville, N.H., since 1898; mem. N.H. Ho. of Rep., 1909. Trustee Woodsville Hosp. Mem. A.M.A., N.H. Med. Soc, Grafton County Med. Soc, N.H. Surg. Soc. Republican. Address: Woodsville, New Hampshire. MILLER, Francis Trevelyan, editor, author; b. Southington, Conn., Oct. 8, 1877; s. Elijah Hutchinson and Jane A. (Hull) Miller; Trinitv Coll., Hartford, 1898-9; law dept. Washington and Lee U., 1899-01; (Litt.D., Washington Coll.. 1913; LL. D., U. of Ky„ 1913); m. Clara E. (Emerson) Bick- ford, of Meriden, Conn., Sept. 7, 1903. On staff, Hartford Globe, 1902-6; editor Conn. Mag.,1902-8; founder, 1907, and editor-in-chief Jour. Am. History. Lit. adviser, Patriot Pub. Co., Springfield, Mass., 1910—; literary editor, Search-Light Library, New York, 1910—; editor-in-chief, Photographic History of the Civil War (10 vols.), 1910- 11 (Review of Reviews Co.). V.-p. Search-Light Book Corpn., of New York. (See Who's Who in America for other details.) Home: Hartford, Conn. Office: 450 4th Av.. New York.» , Frank Burton, lawyer: b. Cushing, Me., Aug. 16, 1862; s. William H. and Margaret A. (Walter) Miller; grad. Hallowell Classical Acad., 1883; taught sch. 16 terms; studied law; admitted to bar, 1899: m. Columbia Falls, Me., June 19, 1892. Ida M. Tibbetts. Engaged in practice at Rockland since 1899; editor Rockland Courier Gazette, 1890; register of deeds, 1891-03; auditor City of Rockland, 1901 and 1905-7; mem. Bd. of Edn„ 1896-08; chmn. Rep. Co. Com., 1898-07; Rep. candidate for state senator, 1908. Home: 427 Main St., Rockland, Maine. MILLER, Fred Herbert, editor and publisher; b. Boston, July 31, 1855; s. Benjamin Pope and Sarah Elizabeth (Trask) Miller; ed. pub. schs. of Boston, Hingham, and Derby Acad., Hingham. Mass.; m. Hingham. Nov. 7, 1877, Carrie W. Whiton; 2 children, Florence L., b. Mar. 10, 1879; Marion W., June 16, 1891. Apprenticed to printer's trade at 17, in office of Hingham Jour., which purchased, 1879, and has since owned and conducted; town elk. since Mar., 1900. Republican. Unitarian. Odd Fellow, Elk. Club: Wompatuck. Recreations: gunning, fishing. Address: Hingham, Mass.