Birth: 8 Jun 1872, Salisbury, Rowan County, N.C.
Death: 31 Jan 1939, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Calvin J. Miller (1839-1885)
Jessie S. Ketchie Miller (1836-1881)
Spouse: Cora Lillian Patterson Miller (1872-1952)
Marriage: 1894 in China Grove, N.C.
Rev. Frank Henderson Miller (1899-1974)
Education: North Carolina College, A.B. 1891; Gettysburg Seminary, 1894; Gettysburg College, Ph.D. 1896.
Ordination: 1894 by Maryland Synod. Calls: Grace-Lebanon-Salem, Rowan County, 1895-97; Holy Trinity, Mt. Pleasant, 1897-98; in Ohio, Georgia, (Holy Trinity, Wytheville, Va., 1916-17) and Pennsylvania, 1902-33.
Other: Principal, Mont Amoena Seminary, 1897-1902; President, Marion Junior College, 1913-16; Superintendent, Artman Home, Ambler, Pa., 1930-34; Secretary, North Carolina Synod, 1897-98; retired 1933.
China Grove, Rowan County, North Carolina
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From Our Church Paper (New Market, VA), Vol. 32, No. 20, May 17, 1904, p. 2.
Rev. Henderson N. Miller, Ph. D., now pursuing a special course at the Chicago Seminary, has been called to the pastorate at Middle Point, Ohio, and has accepted. Dr. Miller was the former president of Mont Amoena Seminary, North Carolina. Thus is sung again the same old song. Even a post graduate course North opens the way to remaining there.
The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, NC) 1 Feb 1939, 6
DR. H. N. MILLER DIES IN PENN.
Lutheran Minister Who Formerly Lived in This Section Passes In Philadelphia.
Word has been received here of the death in Philadelphia yesterday of Dr. Henderson N. Miller, Lutheran minister, who formerly lived in this section. Rev. R. L. Patterson of the city said he was informed that Dr. Miller died as the result of a stoke suffered last summer.
Dr. Miller, who was 67, was a native of Salisbury and was graduated from Mount Pleasant college in 1892. Later he attended Gettysburg seminary in Gettysburg, Pa. Dr. Miller was president of Mont Amoena academy of Mount Pleasant and later was president of Marion college of Marion, Va. He held pastorates in Rowan county, in Georgia, Maryland, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
He is survived by his wife, a sister of Rev. Mr. Patterson, and the following children: Rev. Frank H. Miller of St. Petersburg, Pa., Mrs. Walter Bastow of Philadelphia, Miss Nellie Jones Miller of Norristown, Pa., and Miss Cora Louise Miller of Glenside, Pa.
The funeral service will be held Thursday at Melrose Park Lutheran church in Philadelphia, and interment will take place Saturday in China Grove.