Mr. John Miller
Easter Kinsleith is situated about 3/8 of a mile south of the village of Luthrie. John Miller inherited the farm from his father who died in 1819 and, after his death, John passed Easter Kinsleith to his nephew, George Cunningham.
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Personal details and history
Date of birth
Place of birth
Kinsleith in the Parish of Creich, Fife
Name of spouse
Easter Kinsleith (or Kinsleath)
Age at death:
Place of death:
Kinsleith, Parish of Creich, Fife
Date of death:
Creich Cemetery, Fife
Affiliations, clubs, offices and related subscribers
A member of Creich Parish Church, Creich, Fife, Scotland
Clubs / societies
Inspector of Poor for the Parish of Creich, Fife, Scotland
Career and worklife
Proprietor employing 2 men & boys and 4 women
Place of work
Career to date:
John Miller was likely to have been born at Easter Kinsleith (or Kinsleath) which was owned by his father, James Miller. John continued to live at and work the farm right up to his death in 1872.
-  Old Parish Record. Creich, Fife. Baptism. 4 March 1787. 418/00/00 ScotlandsPeople website.
-  Statutory Record. Creich, Fife. Death. 27 November 1872. 418/00/007. ScotlandsPeople website.
-  Burial. Creich Cemetery. 1872. Find A Grave website.
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