Anna Laura Miller

Last updated 17 Aug 2021 in Spear–Johnson Family.

Individual

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name

book-history-of-dakota-territory-v5-1915: George Washington Kingsbury, George Martin Smith (editor), History of Dakota Territory: South Dakota: Its History and Its People, Volume 5; Chicago: S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1915; book image (PDF), Google Books (http://books.google.com: accessed 21 Apr 2018), held by New York Public Library [This multi-volume series is a history of South Dakota. Volumes 4 and 5 are biographies of mostly contemporary notables.]

Additional detail for reference: Page 963 (PDF page 948)

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Family

Spouse/Partner: Willis Talbott McConnell (1866 – ?)

Married: 14 Feb 1901

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marriage

book-history-of-dakota-territory-v5-1915: George Washington Kingsbury, George Martin Smith (editor), History of Dakota Territory: South Dakota: Its History and Its People, Volume 5; Chicago: S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1915; book image (PDF), Google Books (http://books.google.com: accessed 21 Apr 2018), held by New York Public Library [This multi-volume series is a history of South Dakota. Volumes 4 and 5 are biographies of mostly contemporary notables.]

Additional detail for reference: Page 963 (PDF page 948)

Comment: Source includes date (14th of February, 1901).

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Child: Nellie Lucille McConnell (1903 – ?)

Child: Paul Fouts McConnell (1906 – ?)

Child: Florence Laura McConnell (1908 – ?)

General Notes and Anecdotes

Anna was a musician, trained at Oberlin College at Oberlin, Ohio. In 1915 she was a recognized leader of the Wessington Springs musical and literary circles. [book-history-of-dakota-territory-v5-1915]

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general notes

book-history-of-dakota-territory-v5-1915: George Washington Kingsbury, George Martin Smith (editor), History of Dakota Territory: South Dakota: Its History and Its People, Volume 5; Chicago: S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1915; book image (PDF), Google Books (http://books.google.com: accessed 21 Apr 2018), held by New York Public Library [This multi-volume series is a history of South Dakota. Volumes 4 and 5 are biographies of mostly contemporary notables.]

Additional detail for reference: Page 963 (PDF page 948)

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Research Notes (Conflicts/Spelling/Followup)

FOLLOWUP

Anna was the daughter of Washington and Laura J. (Close) Miller. The had lived in Central City, Nebraska and Norwalk, Iowa, but their birthplaces were not given in the source, nor when they were resident in those towns. [book-history-of-dakota-territory-v5-1915]

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research notes

book-history-of-dakota-territory-v5-1915: George Washington Kingsbury, George Martin Smith (editor), History of Dakota Territory: South Dakota: Its History and Its People, Volume 5; Chicago: S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1915; book image (PDF), Google Books (http://books.google.com: accessed 21 Apr 2018), held by New York Public Library [This multi-volume series is a history of South Dakota. Volumes 4 and 5 are biographies of mostly contemporary notables.]

Additional detail for reference: Page 963 (PDF page 948)

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