William Malcolm Miller, born February 16, 1810, died July 26, 1889. Mary Jane Patterson, wife of William M. Miller, born February 13, 1824, died April 19, 1876. Richmond Cemetery, Madison County, Kentucky.
from The Richmond Climax, Madison County, Kentucky
Wednesday, July 31, 1889
William Malcom Miller died in Madison County, Kentucky, at 4 o’clock on Friday morning, July 26th, 1889, of flux. He had been sick only a few days and his death was unexpected until a few hours before it happened. The funeral was preached at Mr. Zion Christian Church, on Saturday afternoon by Professor Hagerman and Elder Reynolds, and the remains were deposited in the family lot in Richmond Cemetery.
William Malcolm Miller was born February 16th, 1810, in Madison County, and never resided elsewhere. He was a prominent man of considerable property and once represented the county in the Legislature. He was twice married and reared a large family. Among his children were County Judge William C. Miller, and Leslie Miller, both deceased, John C. and M. M. Miller and Mrs. Samuel Lackey. Considering the long and useful career of deceased, he had more friends and fewer enemies than most men.
The father of deceased was William Miller, born in Virginia in 1776, died in Kentucky in 1841, and his mother was Hannah Lackey, born in 1783, died in 1814.
The grandfather of William Malcolm Miller was John Miller, born in Albemarle County, Virginia, 1750, married Jane Delaney, 1774, removed to Kentucky in 1784 and erected the first house, not far from the big spring down on what is now Main Street in Richmond. He was a Captain in the Continental army, was with Washington at Yorktown in 1781, was one of the first three delegates sent from Kentucky County to the Virginia Legislature, and was one of the first representatives from Madison County in the Legislature of Kentucky. He died in 1808, and his wife in 1844, aged 93 years.