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Millers - Seymour L,. Miller Open House Set For Sunday to...
Seymour L,. Miller Open House Set For Sunday to Fete Octogenarian WEST POINT--An open house will be held next Sunday at home of Mrs. Lorenzo Craythorne, West Point, honoring the 80th birthday of Seymour L. Miller. Friends and relatives are invited call from two until six p. m. Mr. Miller was born Nov. 1, 1870, in Farmington, the son of William H. Miller and Helen Aurlia Hinman. He moved at early age to Syracuse, then to Penrose. On November 12, 1891, he married Lily Mary Hunsaker in the Logan temple. Mrs. Miller died January 8, Mr. Miller has been active in the L. D. S. church, serving as superintendent of the Sunday school and as ward clerk for Penrose ward. In 1910 the family moved to Burley, Ida., where Mr. Miller served ns presiding president of the branch for several years. Mr. Miller returned to Syracusa in 1915 where he has resided since. Mr. Miller has six living children: children: Mrs. Lorenzo (Eva) Craythorne, Craythorne, Mrs. William (Lily) Craythorne, Craythorne, Mr. Seymour A. Miller, Arnold Miller, Mrs. John (Mary) Higgs, and Mrs. Delsa Moyes, grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Also one brother, Mr. A. D. Miller, and one sister, Maude Cook living.

Clipped from The Ogden Standard-Examiner07 Nov 1950, TuePage 10

The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, Utah)07 Nov 1950, TuePage 10
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