Adrain Miller, 76, of 401 Crestview Drive died at 11:15 a.m. Saturday Community Methodist Hospital.. He was a deacon emeritus of the First Baptist Church and Co-owner of the Feix Sheet Metal Works from 1045 until his retirement in 1972.
He Is survived by his wife, Lala; two daughters, Nancy Martin of Irving, Texas, and Mary Ann Degler of Dayton, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. George Crahen of Owensboro and Mrs. Robert Tapp of Rosevill, Calif.; a brother, W.O. Miller of St. Louis; and three grandchildren.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Tapp Funeral Home with the Rev. David Bratcher and the Rev. E. Kevil Judy officiating. Entombment will be in Fernwood Mausoleum.
Pallbearers will be Phil Marlow, Alvin Reeder, J. H. Lilly, Dr. Russell Hibbs, James Flynt, J. D. Book. F. W. VanBussum. Robert VanBussum, Joe Dannheiser, Clarene Feix, Gan Brame, Harlan Freeburg, Owen Gregory and Roy Mingus.
Memorial may take the form of contributions to the West Virginia Mission Fund in Care of the First Baptist Church.
Friends may call from 7-9 today and Monday.
May 1980 Henderson Gleaner

Miss Callie Miller, a niece of Mr. R.B. Miller, died last Friday at her home six miles east of town, on the Butler road, of typhoid fever. She was 21 years of age. The burial took place Sunday at the Gray buryng ground, on the Fairview pike.

Hopkinsville KENTUCKIAN - Mar 1896


The body of a white man was found in a straw stack on the farm of W.G. P'POOL at Bainbridge, Christian Co, KY about three miles from Cerulean Springs, last Friday morning. The man had been in the neighborhood late Tuesday preceding, and on the day had talked with C.J. MOSELEY to whom he gave his name as MILLER and claimed to be from Graves county.
This was the last seen of him until the body was found. The matter was reported to Coroner Allensworth of Christian c
being that the man came to his death by freezing.
The body was taken to Hopkinsville Monday by Mr P'Pool and was identified by Mr FENTRESS, of the Western Kentucky Asylum for the Insane, as being that of Elbert MILLER a patient from Wingo, Graves County.
Miller had been in the asylum for some time and was considered a "trusty". On New YearÕs day he was sent to the
spring for a bucket of water, and failing to return within a reasonable time search was made for him, but he was not
located. His bucket was found setting beside the spring. The body was delivered to the asylum officials and will be
disposed of as relatives direct. Cadiz Record - Jan 05, 1905


A little infant of George Miller died last night. This makes two children he has lost from pneumonia this week. Such distressing circumstances awakens the sympathy of all.
Hopkinsville New Era Jan 1887

George Miller's little boy died last Sunday of fever. The afflicted family have no more consoling thought than offered by our Savior, "Suffer little children to come unto me." May he sustain them in this hour of trouble and bereavement.
Hopkinsville New Era Jan 1887

Pennyrile Deaths October 24, 1996

Larry D. Miller, 46, Camden, S.C., formerly of Russellville, died Sunday at his home. A cause of death was not provided.
Services will be at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Funeral Home, Russellville. Burial will follow in Belmont Cemetery, Allensville.
Visitation will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday and beginning at noon Saturday at the funeral home.
A native of Russellville, he was born Sept. 4, 1950, son of Hubert E. and Edna Sudduth Miller, Louisville. He formerly worked for Roses Department Stores and was a member of St. Johns United Methodist Church, Lugoff, S.C.
Survivors, in addition to his parents, include his wife, Deborah Miller, Camden, S.C.; two daughters, Elizabeth Miller, Camden, and Natalie Miller, Louisville; a brother, Bud Miller, Marietta, Ga.; and two sisters, Gene Morman., Chattanooga, Tenn., and Carol Miller Tarnoff, Chicago, Ill.
Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to St. Johns United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 218, Lugoff, S.C., 29078.


August 25, 1925
Lucien Miller Dies Past Sixty-Two
Lingering Illness Fatal To Prominent Farmer and Leading Citizen
Wife and Three Children and One Brother Are Among The Surviving Relatives
Mr. Lucien A. Miller, one of Trigg county's best and most prominent farmers, and most substantial citizens, died Tuesday night at ten thirty at his home five miles north of town after a protracted illness extending over a period of several months.
A throat trouble with other complications caused his death.
Mr. Miller was past sixty -two years of age and was a son of James D. Miller, long deceased, in his day one of the leading citizens of all Trigg county. He was born in the county and had resided here all his life, and had been a farmer during all that time.
He was married twenty-six years ago the first of last September to Miss Lizzie Redd, daughter of Mr. James W. Redd, and the wife and three children survive him. The children are Lacy and Haydon Miller and Miss Elizabeth Miller. One brother Mr. George F. Miller, of Cadiz also survives him.
Mr. Miller had long been a member of the Baptist church. He was a good man and enjoyed his religion and no man stood higher in the community where he resided. He was a citizen of whom any section would be justly proud. He was a splendid neighbor and enjoyed his friends and as a husband and father, was considerate and kind, and was devoted to those who composed his home.
In his death Trigg county has really lost one of its best and foremost citizens.
Funeral service was held at the family home yesterday afternoon conducted by Rev. Guy P. Hall of Cadiz and burial followed at East End Cemetery in Cadiz at 4:30 o'clock.
A large crowd of sorrowing friends and devoted loves ones were present as a token of esteem in a good man who was gone.


GEORGETOWN - Truett MILLER, 68, a former Baptist minister of Zion, died Tuesday in Georgetown.
He was the son of the late Martin E. MILLER, a former Henderson minister and Cora Crafton Miller.
He is survived by his wife, Gretna; one son; one daughter; one sister, Mrs. Ruth MCGEE of Jacksonville, Tenn.; one brother, Milton of Decateur, Ga.; four grandchildren; aunts, uncles and cousins in the Henderson area.
Burial will be in Stamping Grounds.
April 1980 Henderson Gleaner


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