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Margaret Jane Miller (Neibaur)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Preston, Lancashire, England
Death: Died in Evans, Box Elder County, Utah, United States
Place of Burial: Spring Glen, Carbon County, Utah, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of <private> Neibaur; Alexander Neibaur; <private> Breakel and Ellen Neibaur
Wife of William Miller
Mother of Rebecca Jane Miller; Ellen Brind; William Perry Miller; Van Ransler Miller; Alice Keffer and 15 others
Sister of Joseph William Neibaur; Samuel Breakell Neibaur, Peretz Samuel; Isaac Neibaur; Alice Breakel Rosenbaum; Bertha Breakel Fillmore and 8 others

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About Margaret Jane Miller

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, 1847–1868

Neibaur, Margaret

Birth Date: 20 Feb. 1836 Death Date: 29 Jan. 1928 Gender: Female Age: 12 Company: Brigham Young Company (1848)

SOURCE http://lds.org/churchhistory/library/pioneerdetails/1,15791,4018-1-2358,00.html


UTAH PIONEER DIES AT AGE 92

Body is removed From Box Elder County To Ogden

Margaret Neibaur Miller, 93, widow of William Miller, died on Sunday evening at 7:10 o'clock at the home of her daughter-in-law, Abba Miller, in Evans, Box Elder county. She was born in Preston, England, February 20, 1836, and emigrated to the United States in the spring of 1841 with her parents, Alexander and Ellen Brakel Neibaur. Alexander Neibaur was one of the first converts to the L.D.S. church in England, joining in 1838. He lived with his family in Nauvoo, Ill., until 1846, when the mormon settlers were driven out, and came to Salt Lake in 1848. Mr. Neibaur was the first watchmaker and dentist in Utah. The deceased married Mr. Miller in 1856. In 1857 they went to Provo when Johnson's army came west. From Provo they went to Kamas, living there until 1869, then on to Coalville, where they lived until 1887. Mr. Miller died in Spring Glen, on the Price river, in 1910, having moved there from Coalville. Mrs. Miller had lived in Salt Lake since her husband's death, being engaged in church work. She was president of the Spring Glen Relief society for 14 years. She was the mother of nine sons and five daughters. She is survived by the following sons and daughters; Mrs. Frederick Brind, Mrs. Herbert Savage, J. N. Miller and Maggie Miller, of Salt Lake, William P. Miller of Twin Falls, Idaho; Mrs. R. V. Keffer of Ogden, and Elliot Miller of Nephi. Brothers and sisters are; Mrs. C. W. Nibley, Hyrum and Nathan Neibaur, all of Salt Lake; Mrs. John O'Driscoll of Kamas. Forty-one grandchildren, 95 great-grandchildren and nine great-great-grandchildren also survive. The body is at Lindquist & Sons' mortuary.

Ogden Standard Examiner January 30, 1928

UTAH PIONEER DIES AT AGE 92

Body is removed From Box Elder County To Ogden

Margaret Neibaur Miller, 93, widow of William Miller, died on Sunday evening at 7:10 o'clock at the home of her daughter-in-law, Abba Miller, in Evans, Box Elder county. She was born in Preston, England, February 20, 1836, and emigrated to the United States in the spring of 1841 with her parents, Alexander and Ellen Brakel Neibaur. Alexander Neibaur was one of the first converts to the L.D.S. church in England, joining in 1838. He lived with his family in Nauvoo, Ill., until 1846, when the mormon settlers were driven out, and came to Salt Lake in 1848. Mr. Neibaur was the first watchmaker and dentist in Utah. The deceased married Mr. Miller in 1856. In 1857 they went to Provo when Johnson's army came west. From Provo they went to Kamas, living there until 1869, then on to Coalville, where they lived until 1887. Mr. Miller died in Spring Glen, on the Price river, in 1910, having moved there from Coalville. Mrs. Miller had lived in Salt Lake since her husband's death, being engaged in church work. She was president of the Spring Glen Relief society for 14 years. She was the mother of nine sons and five daughters. She is survived by the following sons and daughters; Mrs. Frederick Brind, Mrs. Herbert Savage, J. N. Miller and Maggie Miller, of Salt Lake, William P. Miller of Twin Falls, Idaho; Mrs. R. V. Keffer of Ogden, and Elliot Miller of Nephi. Brothers and sisters are; Mrs. C. W. Nibley, Hyrum and Nathan Neibaur, all of Salt Lake; Mrs. John O'Driscoll of Kamas. Forty-one grandchildren, 95 great-grandchildren and nine great-great-grandchildren also survive. The body is at Lindquist & Sons' mortuary.

Ogden Standard Examiner January 30, 1928

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Margaret Jane Miller's Timeline

1836
February 20, 1836
Preston, Lancashire, England
1843
November 1, 1843
Age 7
1850
1850
Age 13
Salt Lake, UT
1852
November 2, 1852
Age 16
November 2, 1852
Age 16
1857
March 27, 1857
Age 21
Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake Co, Utah, USA
August 20, 1857
Age 21
1858
November 24, 1858
Age 22
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah Territory, United States