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Re: Miller-Yeilding 1800's Alabama
Posted by: Tomi Date: June 02, 2001 at 18:49:59
In Reply to: Re: Miller-Yeilding 1800's Alabama by Wanda Yielding Polston of 355

I did some checking back and found that William E. Miller (my GGGrandfather) married Elizabeth Narcissus Wilkins. Her brother James Wilkins married Elizabeth Yeilding b. 1832 Blount Co. AL. This Elizabeth is Taylor Mills Loftin Yeilding's daughter. So this would mean that Taylor and the B. Miller that married a Yeilding are approximately the same age. Do you have a Hulda Yeilding in your line that possibly married a second time to a Miller. I feel we are on the same track. My B. Miller may have been an orphan and we are not sure if the Miller is his father's name or the name of the family that took him in. Is this confusing or what?


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