Miller, Julia Ethel

Julia Ethel Miller Loadholt. Photo: The Jacob Fisher Family, 1727-1958, p.158.

Class of 1904

Birth: October 16, 1883, Rowan County, North Carolina
Death: January 20, 1954, Farifax, Allendale, South Carolina

Elijah Miller (1851-1927)
Mary Angie Houck Miller (18581948)

Albert Mathias Miller (18851966)
Sallie Olantha Miller Rudisill (18961986)

George Wyman Isidore Loadholt (1871-1955)

Mary Elizabeth Loadholt (19091984)
Charles Miller Loadholt (19101912)
Irene Loadholt Lanning (19112005)
Jewel Bernard Loadholt (19131983)
Lottie Evelyn Loadholdt Graham (19151993)
Wyman Isidore Loadholt (19161982)
Dorothy Chrystine Loadholt (19181918)
Ethel Amelia Loadholt Kearse (19201995)
Carl David Loadholt (19222003)
Francis Ray Loadholt (19241966)

Saint Nicholas Lutheran Church Cemetery
Jennys, Allendale county, South Carolina

Source:, #170993204.


The Jacob Fisher Family, 1727-1958, Compiled by James L. Fisher, Arthur W. Fisher, Hilbert A. Fisher, 1958. p. 157.

ETHEL MILLER, b. 1883, Jan 1954, m. Dr. G. W. I. Loadholdt, physician of Allendale, S. C. ChildrenL Mary E., b. 1909 – Charles M., B. 1910, d. 1912 – Lillian Irene – Jewel B., b. 1913 – Evelyn – Wyman I., b. 1916 – Dorothy C., b. and d. 1918 – Ethel A.., b. 1920 – Carl D., b. 1922 – Ray F., b. 1924.


The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, NC), May 26, 1908, p. 10.

Miller-Loadholdt, in Rowan
Correspondence of The Observer.

Salisbury, May 24. – A marriage that will be of much interest to friends in North and South Carolina and many other States was that of Miss Ethel Miller to G. W. T. Loadholdt, of Jenny’s, S. C. The marriage was celebrated Wednesday afternoon at 6 o’clock at the home of the bride’s parents.The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. R. Pless, pastor of the Lutheran Church of Troutman, in the presence of a few friends and relatives.

The fair young bride is an attractive and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Miller, of Rowan county and has many friends and admirers in all quarters where she is known. She is a graduate of Mount Amaena [sic] Seminary at Mount Pleasant and has since been engaged in teaching, and by her winning way and active work has made for herself a host of friends, whose good wishes will follow her into her new life.

Dr. Loadholdt is one of South Carolina’s most popular physicians, having graduated at Newberry College. He attended the medical school at Charleston and by his own efforts and strength of purpose he has reached the pint where a brilliant future awaits him.

Dr. and Mrs. Loadholdt left Salisbury Thursday on the 2:30 train under a shower of rice, good wishes and congratulations. They went to their future home at Jenny’s, S. C.

Among the presents received was $100 in gold from the bride’s parents.

The many friends of this popular young couple wish them much happiness in the union of their lives in wedlock.


Unidentified newspaper, c. January 20, 1954

Fairfax, Jan 20 – Mrs Julia Ethel Miller Loadholt, 70, wife of Dr George Wyman Isidore Loadholt of the Jenny section, died at her home near here early tonight after a short illness.

Mrs Loadholt was born in Rowan County, North Carolina, Oct 16, 1883, a daughter of the late Elijah and Angie Houck Miller, and was a member of the St Nicholas Lutheran Church.

Survivors include her husband; four daughters, Miss Mary Elizabeth Loadholt of Charleston, Mrs Irene Loadholt Lanning [David R Lanning] of New Orleans, Mrs Evelyn Loadholt Graham [James L Graham] of Wagener and Miss Ethel Loadholt of Bishopville; four sons, Jewel Bernard Loadholt, Wyman Loadholt, Carl Loadholt, and Ray Loadholt, all of Fairfax; one brother, Albert M Miller of Salisbury, NC; five sisters, Mrs C R Pless of Kanapolis, NC, Mrs A P Brantley of Henderson, NC, Mrs Albert Moore Loadholt of Fairfax, Mrs L A Fields of Troy, NC, and Mrs J C Rudisill of Newton, NC; five grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be conducted at 3 o’clock Friday afternoon from St Nicholas Lutheran Church. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The body will be at the home until the hour of service.