Elizabeth Jane Miller, 18331890 (aged 56 years)

Birth
Birth of a sister
Birth of a sister
Birth of a brother
Birth of a sister
Birth of a brother
about 1846 (aged 12 years)
Birth of a sister
about 1848 (aged 14 years)
Death of a paternal grandmother
October 6, 1848 (aged 15 years)
Burial of a paternal grandmother
Note: Graham Presbyterian Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 80509850)
Census
1850 (aged 16 years)
Marriage
Birth of a daughter
about 1854 (aged 20 years)
Birth of a sister
about 1855 (aged 21 years)
Death of a father
Note: died of typhus, given as 10 July 1856 in the Johnson County Family Bible Records
Burial of a father
Source: S3964
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Buried in Old Shiloh Church Cemetery Row 1 Stone 3 (Find A Grave Memorial# 13749552)
Birth of a son
Source: Find a Grave
Census
Death of a sister
Source: S3964
Burial of a sister
Note: Buried in Old Shiloh Cemetery (also called Shiloh Presbyterian), Union Township, Row 1 Stone 4
Death of a mother
Note: Family Bible Records of Johnson County, Indiana gives Rhoda's death date as May 1876, but her tombstone in Old Shiloh Church Cemetery has the date as 23 May 1880 which is corraberated by Rhoda's age at death, 71 years one month 24 days.
Burial of a mother
Source: S3964
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Buried in Old Shiloh Church Cemetery Row 1 Stone 2(Find A Grave Memorial# 13749532)
Death of a daughter
Death
Source: Find a Grave
Burial
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Greenlawn Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 152914344)
Family with parents
father
18051856
Birth: February 16, 1805 46 33 Rutherford, North Carolina
Death: July 11, 1856Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
mother
18091880
Birth: March 29, 1809 27 Jefferson, Indiana
Death: May 23, 1880Johnson, Indiana
Marriage MarriageNovember 3, 1832Jennings, Indiana
14 months
sister
1833
Birth: about 1833 27 23 Indiana
Death:
9 months
herself
18331890
Birth: September 23, 1833 28 24 Indiana
Death: September 1, 1890La Porte, La Porte, Indiana
5 years
younger sister
1838
Birth: June 13, 1838 33 29 Indiana
Death:
3 years
younger brother
18401912
Birth: about 1840 34 30 Indiana
Death: May 17, 1912Franklin, Harrison, Indiana
3 years
younger sister
18431871
Birth: February 12, 1843 37 33 Indiana
Death: June 22, 1871
4 years
younger brother
1846
Birth: about 1846 40 36 Indiana
Death:
3 years
younger sister
1848
Birth: about 1848 42 38 Indiana
Death:
8 years
younger sister
1855
Birth: about 1855 49 45 Indiana
Death:
Family with George W Demaree
husband
18321891
Birth: August 5, 1832 Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
Death: January 27, 1891Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
herself
18331890
Birth: September 23, 1833 28 24 Indiana
Death: September 1, 1890La Porte, La Porte, Indiana
Marriage MarriageMarch 15, 1853Johnson, Indiana
22 months
daughter
18541887
Birth: about 1854 21 20 Indiana
Death: January 7, 1887Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
4 years
son
18571932
Birth: September 21, 1857 25 23 Indiana
Death: May 2, 1932
Burial

Greenlawn Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 152914344)

Shared note

In the 1850 US Federal Census for Union, Johnson, Indiana, 45-year-old North Carolina-born farmer William S Miller owns $800 worth of real estate. He and his 41-year-old Indiana-born wife Rhoda [Thomas] Miller have in their household their Indiana-born children, 18-year-old Macenia, 16-year-old Elizabeth J., 12-year-old Martha A., 10-year-old William C T, 7-year-old Mary M, 4-year-old liias S and 2-year-old Olive F, Rhoda's sister, 29-year-old Indiana-born Elizabeth Thomas, and Rhoda's mother, 68-year-old Kentucky-born Jane [maiden name unknown] Thomas.

Note: "Johnson County, Indiana.; Marriage Records 1851-1875 Volume 2, D. A. R.", transcribed by Edna Thompson Bice, records on page 20 that George W. Demaree married Elizabeth Jane Miller on 12 Mar 1853.

The 1860 US Federal Census for Union, Johnson County, Indiana records twenty-seven-year-old, Indiana-born Geo. W. Demaree, his twenty-six-year-old, Indiana-born wife Eliz. J. Demaree and their Indiana-born children, six-year-old Flora L., and three-year-old Charles M. Demaree.

The Franklin Democrat, Friday, September 5, 1890,
Volume XXXI Number 11, page 1 column 6

Our community was saddened last Monday evening upon hearing the sad intelligence that Mrs. George Demaree had suddenly died at LaPorte. She left here for that place on last Tuesday, a week ago, in her usual health for the purpose of visiting her sister, who resided there. A dispatch was received here on last Monday, stating that she was seriously ill with hernia, which had long troubled her, upon the receipt of which her son, Charles, accompanied by Dr. H. J. Hall, left immediately for her bedside, but upon their arrival found her spirit had departed at 3 oclock that afternoon. Her remains were brought here Tuesday afternoon. The funeral services took place at the Presbyterian church, of which she was a faithful member, on Wednesday afternoon and was largely attended. Mrs. Demaree was a true Christian woman, and was universally beloved in her church and among her large circle of friends. To her bereaved husband and sorrowing relatives the sympathy of our community goes out in this, their hour of affliction.