Robert & Mildred Miller

Robert L. Miller and Mildred Houston were married at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.F. Houston, in Saline Township, McHenry County, North Dakota, on November 27, 1907. The Reverend D.J. Snow, pastor of the Saline and Granville Methodist-Episcopal (M.E.) churches.

After a wedding trip to their former homes in Sweet Springs, Missouri, the couple began housekeeping on the D.W. Burns homestead, which adjoined that of Mr. Miller in Saline Township. This was their home for several years, until they purchased the Wallace homestead in the same township.

Robert Miller attended Granville High School. When the Union Telephone and Light Company was organized in Granville, and the telephone system installed, Mrs. Miller was the first telephone operator in Granville.

The Millers were active in township affairs. Robert Miller served as township supervisor, and was a member of the school board, as well as a game warden for many years. Mrs. Miller was a school clerk and assessor.

They had two daughters, Dorothy and Mildred, and a son, Lee.

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