George Simms Miller (Oct. 1843-April 1900), son of P. E. and Melvina Miller, was born in Miami Co., Ohio and was in Obion Co., Tenn. in 1880 and in Clay Co. in 1898.George and his wife Martha W. Futrell Miller (Feb. 1859-July 1936) and their children: Albert Wesley, James Pinkney, Ellen Maude, Elsie Catherine, and George R. came in 1898 as stated in James Pinkney’s obituary. George died at some time before 1900 and Martha was a widow on the 1900 census. George and Martha are buried in the Mitchell Cemetery near Greenway, Ark., and several of the children are buried there also.
George Simms Miller enlisted in Co. H, Ohio 100thInf. Regt. on Aug. 11, 1862 in the Civil War and mustered out June 20, 1865 at Greensboro, N. C. He applied for a pension in 1890 and his widow applied in 1900. They were married in 1875, probably in Obion County, Tenn. as the first child was born there.
Albert Wesley Miller (Sept. 1878-April 1963), son of George S. and Martha, was born in Union City, Obion Co., Tenn. and died in Piggott, Ark., and he and his wife are buried in Mitchell Cemetery. He married Sammie Inez Cathey (1884 Tenn.-March 1961), and they had six children: (1) Willard H. Miller (abt. 1910-d. Berkley, Calif.). (2) George A Miller (Dec. 1912-May 1970_ lived in McDougal and is buried in Mitchell Cemetery. He married Duma Owens June 25, 1938 in Clay Co., and Etta Mae Woods July 22, 1949 in Clay Co. George and Duma had a son, Jessie Albert Miller (1939-1990 Warren, Mich.) (3) Albert Vernon Miller (1921-1997) was born in Greenway and died in Bristol, Co., and Tenn. He was married to Hazel and had one child. He was a veteran of WWII and was living in Corning when he signed up for the draft. (4) Ivy Gertrude Miller (1916-1987) died in Kalamazoo, Mich. She married a Birchett. (5) Mattie Inez Miller (1919- ) married Auda James Garver and lived on Corning, route two. (6) Nettie Miller (1925-2007) married Cleatus Doyle Tinsley (1923-2007) on Dec. 9, 1943 at McDougal, Ark. Cleatus died in California, and she died in the Piggott Hospital. They are buried in the Mitchell Cemetery. Their children were Dale Royce, Vernetta Tinsley Nixon, Linuel Gary Tinsley, Charles, Gerald, Reginald, and Dennis.
James Pinkney Miller (July 1880-Feb. 1968), son of George S. and Martha, moved with his parents to Clay County in 1898 from Tennessee and died at 87. He is buried in Mitchell Cemetery.
Ellen Maud Miller (April 1885- ), daughter of George S. and Martha, married A. P. Chapman July 17, 1909 and had a daughter, Velma L., born 1911. Maud married William L. B. Sanders in April, 1913, and they were on the 1920 Clay Census in Greenway.
Elsie Catherine Miller (March 1888-March 1974), daughter of George S. and Martha, married Marvin Elvis Loveless (Jan. 1883-Oct. 1937) on Nov. 21, 1909 in Clay County. They are buried in Mitchell. Their children were (1) Martha Catherine Loveless married Perry E. Harris in 1931 in Greenway. (2) Aubra Boyd Loveless married Sadie Virginia Thaxton in 1935 in Clay County. (3) Estes Eugene Loveless married Imogene E. Sanders and is buried in Salem Cemetery. (4) George William Loveless lived in Corning. (5) Carrie E. (Kay?) Loveless married Henry L. Shipley in Kennett, Mo., and a Bolt. She is buried in the Mitchell Cemetery.
George R. Miller (June 1895-July 1941), son of George Simms and Martha, married Nellie Berry (July 1906-Sept. 1993) in April, 1924 in Clay County. He was a private in the medical department in WWI and is buried in the Mitchell Cemetery. They had two children, Mildred and Marvin Miller. Nellie, daughter of Henry Levi and Martha J. Stevens Berry, died in Doniphan, Mo. and is buried in Butler Co., Mo.