I wonder if Henry was the son of Robert Miller of Hampden, Maine.
I notice a Lorenzo Miller, born about 1823, who lived near Henry and Sally in 1850 and 1860. At first I assumed that he was their son, but his death record says that he was born in Hampden, the son of Robert Miller and Joanna Barrows.
Robert Miller, Jr., lived in Hampden in 1820, along with another Robert Miller, Henry Miller and a few other Millers. They were enumerated close to each other, which may mean that they lived near each other. A Robert Miller lived in Hampden as early as 1800, whom I would guess was the father of Robert, Jr., and possibly Henry. Robert, Jr., was sergeant of Capt. J. Patton's Company, Lieut. Col. Andrew Grant's Regiment, raised in Hampden in the War of 1812—the same company in which Henry seems to have served.
Robert Miller was included in a list of men who settled in Hampden prior to 1 Jan. 1794. He may be the same who lived in Township No. 1, Hancock County (later Bucksport) in 1790, just downriver from Hampden.
Marriage: ABT 1820, Prob. Hermon, ME
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