York County, Pennsylvania Philip Miller Families

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Philip, John Nicklas, Christian and Peter Miller arrived in Philadelphia on the same ship "Phoenix" 15 Sept 1749 from Germany. They settled in Manchester township and Chanceford township. Miller descendants are still living in the area. Some have settled in other states.


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Additional York County Pennsylvania Miller records are included. See Miller, uncertain connection from the index. These are records collect in the area as part of the search. Some of them may belong to this group, but records verifying the connection have not been found.

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