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Members of the Miller family that lived at Worbarrow/Tyneham:

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  • Basil William Miller (1893-1984) + Edith Annie Miller nee Pittman (1897-1950)
  • Charles (1787-1831)
  • Charles (1818-1882)
  • Charles William ‘Charlie’ Miller (1851-1943) + Harriet Deborah Miller nee White (1854-1957)
  • David Miller (1798-1868) m. Harriet Miller nee Hibbs (c.1799-1844)
  • Henry Miller (c.1680-1747) m. Esther Miller nee Nelson (c.1780-1713?)
  • Henry Miller (1740-1803) m. Mary Miller nee Rowe (1742-1827)
  • Henry Miller (1784-1868) m. Jane Miller nee Langrish (1792-1870)
  • James Miller (1754-1840) m. Martha Miller nee Coastfield (1754-1840)
  • John Miller (1713-1780) m. Mary Miller nee Rumsey (1721-1780)
  • John Miller (1743-1808) m. Priscilla Miller nee Coastfield (1745-1820)
  • John Alfred ‘Jack’ Miller (1866-1947) m. Alice Rose White ‘Miggie’ Miller nee Rose (1865-1959)
  • Joseph Miller (1824-1909) m. Ann Miller nee Charles (c.1826-1886)
  • Joseph Henry ‘Joe’ Miller (1857-1953) m. Harriet Louisa Miller nee Murray (1858-1899)
  • Martha Miller (1789-1855) m. Thomas Miller (1782-?)
  • Robert Miller (1760-1820) m. Susannah Miller nee Willcox (1760–1830)
  • Samuel Miller (1763-1848) m. Elizabeth Miller nee Bradford (1763-1846)
  • Thomas Henry ‘Henry’ Miller (1835-1926) m. Louisa Jane Miller (nee Langrish (1832-1912)
  • Thomas William ‘Tom’ Miller (1858-1952)
  • William Henry Miller (1821-1883) m. Sarah Jane Miller nee Miller (1825-1914)

Millers descended from the above:

News – 1939

Mr. and Mrs. Charles William MILLER Mr. and Mrs. Charles William Miller, of Worbarrow Bay, Dorset, have received a message of congratulations from the King and Queen on their diamond wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have lived in the same cottage for 58 years. The Times, Saturday 4 February 1939 Continue reading

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Probate – M

Home|Probate|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z M Eleanor Elizabeth MILLER died 18 January 1956 – see Eleanor Elizabeth HOULISTON Harriet Deborah MILLER (neé WHITE) died 29 August 1947 MILLER Harriet Deborah of Rose Cottage Stoborough near Wareham Dorsetshire widow died 29 August 1947. Administration Winchester 16 September (1947) to Charlotte Deborah Head (wife of Albert… Continue reading

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Gravestone Images & Inscriptions – M

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Hill Cottage

Home|Worbarrow|Coastguard Station|Fern Hollow|Gate Cottages|Hill Cottage|Mintern’s Cottage|Rose Cottage|Sea Cottage|Sheepleaze|The Bungalow Hill Cottage, which stood alongside the Coastguard Station, was home to generations of the ‘fishing Millers’. ‘Old Henry Miller’, his bachelor son Tom, and many of their ancestors had been deeply involved in smuggling whilst living next door to the officers… Continue reading

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Miller

Home|Families|Miller|A-E|F-J|K-O|P-T|U-Z Members of the Miller family that lived at Worbarrow/Tyneham: This page is currently being reconstructed Basil William Miller (1893-1984) + Edith Annie Miller nee Pittman (1897-1950) Charles (1787-1831) Charles (1818-1882) Charles William ‘Charlie’ Miller (1851-1943) + Harriet Deborah Miller nee White (1854-1957) David Miller (1798-1868) m. Harriet Miller nee… Continue reading

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Balson’s Gap and Malhala’s Fortune by Roy Martin

In her book, Tyneham, A Lost Heritage, Lillian Bond wrote: “The first of the Tyneham woodmen that I remember was a Balson … Old Balson was a little, wiry man as gnarled and woody looking as a tree root. His clothes, well weathered by long use, were the traditional corded… Continue reading

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1947: Aged Evacuee from Training Area Mrs. C. Miller dies at Stoborough

An evacuee from the much discussed battle training area of the Isle of Purbeck, whose exclusion from her lifelong home at Warbarrow Bay has aroused the sympathy of all interested in the “battle” of Purbeck. Mrs. Harriet Deborah Miller, has died at her home at Stoborough. The fate of the… Continue reading

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1939: Mr. and Mrs. Charles William Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Charles William Miller, of Worbarrow Bay, Dorset, have received a message of congratulations from the King and Queen on their diamond wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have lived in the same cottage for 58 years. Published by The Times, Saturday 4 February 1939 Continue reading

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1865: West Lulworth – The Melancholy Casualty at Sea

On Saturday afternoon just before 2 pm, a south south west wind blowing and a heavy sea running the Warborough galley was seen by the watchman at Lulworth returning from Weymouth where she had gone previous evening for Government Stores. She past the cove in safety but about a quarter… Continue reading

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