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Name Miller, Florence
Othernames Miller, Florence Geraldine
Miller, Florence G.
Born 11/03/1890
Birthplace Hoboken, N.J.
Deceased 1980
Deceased where Wayne, N.J.?
Mother Miller, Mary
Father Miller, James
Places of residence 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken
Education High school: Academy of the Sacred Heart, Hoboken.
New Jersey State Normal School at Montclair where she graduated on June 18, 1912 with a general studies degree
Notes Birth / Death from Social Security search Rootsweb.com
Occupation Teacher, Hoboken schools
Relationships Sister: Madeline Marie Miller
fiance: Allan W. Moore, ca. 1917 (or possibly earlier) - 1918 to his death, April 1919.
No Archives 110.0
No Library 0.0
No Objects 1.0
No Photos 37.0

Associated Records

Image of Diary of Florence Geraldine Miller, 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, Jan. 1 to Sept. 21, 1913 - Diary

Diary of Florence Geraldine Miller, 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, Jan. 1 to Sept. 21, 1913 - Diary

Holographic diary of Florence Geraldine Miller of 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, January 1 to September 21,1913. Red leather notebook, ca. 3-1/2" x 5-1/2". All entries in ink and all pages are used. Images media archive. Transcribed 2011 by Kate Peko. PDFs on file for images and for transcription. Word document on file. See notes for full transcription. (Also see archives 2001.025.0001.01 and .02 for the text in notes: due to online database limitations, it cannot be displayed in one record.) Miller wrote this when she was 22 years old. Born November 3, 1890 in Hoboken, she graduated from Academy of the Sacred Heart, Hoboken, and attended New Jersey State Normal School at Montclair where

Image of Newspaper clipping from "The New Inquirer," March 13, 1915. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from "The New Inquirer," March 13, 1915. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from "The New Inquirer," March 13, 1915. Two-column article titled "Suffrage Classes a New Feature of Fight for Ballot." Article includes interview with Florence Miller. Also mentions other suffragists in Hoboken. There is an ad for Duke's House at the bottom right.

Image of Six receipts from the Academy of the Sacred Heart for paid tuition of Misses Florence and Madeline Miller, Hoboken, 1907-1909. - Receipt

Six receipts from the Academy of the Sacred Heart for paid tuition of Misses Florence and Madeline Miller, Hoboken, 1907-1909. - Receipt

Six receipts from the Academy of the Sacred Heart for paid tuition of Misses Florence and Madeline Miller, Hoboken, 1907-1909. Tuition was billed quarterly in advance. May 6, 1907 $17.55 Sept. 15, 1907 $19.00 Dec. 14, 1907 $19.70 May 9, 1908 $23.31 Dec. 6, 1908 $40.77 Feb. 18, 1909 $25.75

Image of Legal notice of Orphans Court regarding estate of James Miller, Oct. 10, 1907, to Mary H. Miller, Florence Miller, Madeline Miller, Margaret Booth. - Document, Legal

Legal notice of Orphans Court regarding estate of James Miller, Oct. 10, 1907, to Mary H. Miller, Florence Miller, Madeline Miller, Margaret Booth. - Document, Legal

Legal notice of Orphans Court, County of Hudson, State of New Jersey, Oct. 10, 1907, giving notice to Mary H. Miller, Florence Miller, Madeline Miller, Margaret Booth of the final account of "David B. Idell (sic, actually Dana B. Idell), guardian of James Miller, a lunatic, now deceased." Two identical copies of this document. Only copy 1 is imaged.

Image of First current account of Mary Henry Miller, Executrix of the Estate of James Miller, no date, ca. Oct. 1909 - Document, Legal

First current account of Mary Henry Miller, Executrix of the Estate of James Miller, no date, ca. Oct. 1909 - Document, Legal

First current account of Mary Henry Miller, Executrix of the Estate of James Miller, no date, ca. Oct. 1909. First page lists assets: values of real estate (apparently the house at 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken) and a Hackensack Water bond totaling $10,000; income from rents and profits on the real estate to Oct. 1, 1909 and cash totaling $3580.88. Second page lists disbursements of $5483.61 for what appears to be 2 years including: school bill for Florence and Madeline (Miller), 2 years, $250.00 board bill for summer vacations for Florence & Madeline, $125.00 Miss Pipke - Dancing, $6.00 Markey Bros. for overhauling and repairing house - 716 Bloomfield, $1500. Frank Cordt's, furnitu

Image of Last will and testament of James Miller, two typewritten leaves, May, 1901, signed, but not witnessed. No day written in appropriate space. - Document, Legal

Last will and testament of James Miller, two typewritten leaves, May, 1901, signed, but not witnessed. No day written in appropriate space. - Document, Legal

Two leaves typewritten May, 1901, last will and testament of James Miller, signed, but not witnessed. No day is written in the appropriate space. Miller named his daughter-in-law Mae (sic, actually Mary) Henry Miller as his executrix and main beneficiary with the proviso of providing for the education and welfare of his grandchildren, Florence and Madeline Miller. Also he provides that his sister, Margaret Booth will be allowed to live with the main beneficiary. The grandchildren were to receive the residue of the estate upon the death of Mae (Mary) Henry Miller. This will was apparently not witnessed as the nearly illegible signature of Miller testifies that he may not have been of "s

Image of Letter from Rose Guinan to John Ryan, May 20, 1920. With reply and envelope. - Letter

Letter from Rose Guinan to John Ryan, May 20, 1920. With reply and envelope. - Letter

Letter from Rose Guinan to John Ryan, May 20, 1920. With reply and envelope, no return address. Single note-size sheet folded to 4 pages with holographic letter on 3 pages to John Ryan of 608 Newark St. Her text sequence is pp. [1],[4], [2]. Written from School No. 4 in Hoboken where Guinan worked as a teacher, she appeals to Ryan for a loan of $200. She mentions that he may remember her from the [Admiral] Benson Club where she once worked. She states she has "been caring for her sister's [possibly Mary H. Miller later Mary H. Markey] two orphan children [probably Florence and Madeline Miller] for eight years trying to educate them and do for them on my salary they are almost at the point

Image of Letter from Rose Guinan to Mrs. F. Markey, 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, N.J. Jan. 11, 1921 - Letter

Letter from Rose Guinan to Mrs. F. Markey, 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, N.J. Jan. 11, 1921 - Letter

Letter from Rose Guinan to Mrs. F. Markey, 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, N.J. Jan. 11, 1921. Single sheet folded to 4 pages with small printed monogram on the first page, "TCM." With envelope, no return address. The text sequence is pp. [1], [4], [2-3]. Mrs. Markey is probably Mrs. Frank J. Markey. Guinan appeals to her for a loan of $250 or her furniture will be sold tomorrow. Mentions that in regards to paying it back that "perhaps Florence [probably Florence Miller] could help me with it." Letter was sent special delivery with a New York City postmark of 10 AM Jan. 11th and a Hoboken received postmark of 2 PM Jan. 11th.

Image of State of New York, County Court, County of Erie. Summons & Complaint. Alice S. Wasson v. Samuel J. Dark, et al. March 30, 1923. Mary H. Miller's copy. - Document, Legal

State of New York, County Court, County of Erie. Summons & Complaint. Alice S. Wasson v. Samuel J. Dark, et al. March 30, 1923. Mary H. Miller's copy. - Document, Legal

State of New York, County Court, County of Erie. Summons & Complaint. Alice S. Wasson v. Samuel J. Dark, et al. March 30, 1923. Mary Henry Miller's copy. 8 pp. plus wrapper. A court action in regards to real estate in the Town of West Seneca, N.Y. on the Buffalo Creek Reservation of the Seneca Tribe or Nation of Indians. Mary H. Miller (Mary Henry Markey) as executrix of the estate of James Miller plus Florence and Madeline Miller, as sole devisees of the estate of James Miller are among the over 40 defendants. Apparently this is the land that James Miller had an interest in through the Avery Farm Land Company for whom Dark was the trustee.

Image of Typed letter to Hoboken Mayor Grogan from Florence Miller re infested trees and her treatment at City Hall when requesting help, May 26, 1959. - Letter

Typed letter to Hoboken Mayor Grogan from Florence Miller re infested trees and her treatment at City Hall when requesting help, May 26, 1959. - Letter

Typed carbon of letter to Hoboken Mayor Grogan from Florence Miller about caterpillar infested trees and her treatment by a Mr. D'Amelia at City Hall when requesting help, May 26, 1959. Single leaf, not signed. Mentions that four generations of her family have been organization Democrats in Hoboken.

Folder with letters and forms relating to federal taxes of Florence Miller, 1959-1961. - Documents

Folder with letters and forms relating to federal taxes of Florence Miller, 1959-1961. Correspondence with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Not imaged.

Image of Single lined leaf with holographic text copied by Florence Miller of land surveys regarding 716 Bloomfield St, no date, ca. 1960. - Documents

Single lined leaf with holographic text copied by Florence Miller of land surveys regarding 716 Bloomfield St, no date, ca. 1960. - Documents

Single lined leaf with holographic text copied by Florence Miller of land surveys for 716 Bloomfield St. Text on both sides. Notes that the original street number was 232 and changed to 716 under Philadelphia's plan. Survey information from July 1, 1860 and March 13, 1884.

Image of File of 6 letters regarding a mortgage on 718 Bloomfield St., Hoboken held by Florence and Madeline Miller - Correspondence

File of 6 letters regarding a mortgage on 718 Bloomfield St., Hoboken held by Florence and Madeline Miller - Correspondence

File of 6 letters regarding a mortgage on 718 Bloomfield St., Hoboken held by Florence and Madeline Miller. 1. TLS July 21, 1959 to Florence Miller from Connell & Corridon, Counselors at Law re attempt to contact her on the mortgage matter. 2. Type carbon letter signed July 29, 1959 to Mrs. Stefanina Cappitelli, 718 Bloomfield St., Hoboken from Connell & Corridon re the Miller's desire to convert their holdings to cash, the mortgage is past due, make demand for payment of the principal balance. 3. TLS August 19, 1959 to Connell & Corridon from Krivit & Krivit, attorneys for Cappitelli; advising that arrangements are being made to pay the mortgage. 4. TLS August 21, 1959 to Florenc

Image of Type carbon signed September 29, 1961 to Bernard Vezzetti and Son, Inc. from Connell & Corridon requesting a receipted bill. - Correspondence

Type carbon signed September 29, 1961 to Bernard Vezzetti and Son, Inc. from Connell & Corridon requesting a receipted bill. - Correspondence

Type carbon signed September 29, 1961 to Bernard Vezzetti and Son, Inc. from Connell & Corridon regarding request for receipted bill for payment to them of $1100 on behalf of Florence Miller for work done at 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken. Vezzetti and Son was at 706 Grand Street.

Image of File of 3 letters to Mrs. Florence Greco, 714 Bloomfield St.,  from Connell & Corridon at the request of Florence & Madeline Miller, 1961-1963. - Correspondence

File of 3 letters to Mrs. Florence Greco, 714 Bloomfield St., from Connell & Corridon at the request of Florence & Madeline Miller, 1961-1963. - Correspondence

File of 3 letters to Mrs. Florence Greco, 714 Bloomfield St., from Connell & Corridon at the request of Florence & Madeline Miller, 1961-1963. 1. Typed carbon signed December 1, 1961 to Mrs. Florence Greco, 714 Bloomfield St., from Connell & Corridon at the request of Florence & Madeline Miller, complaining that a new fence encrouches over their land and that a kitchen window newly installed is of plain glass rather than opaque glass as required. 2. Typed carbon signed July 1, 1963 to Mrs. Florence Greco, 714 Bloomfield St., from Connell & Corridon regarding the lack of progress on the committment ot repair the fence and threat of further action; also, they will not tolerate any tresp

Image of Typed letter signed April 4, 1960 to Florence Miller from Connell & Corridon re updating of their wills. - Correspondence

Typed letter signed April 4, 1960 to Florence Miller from Connell & Corridon re updating of their wills. - Correspondence

Typed letter signed April 4, 1960 to Florence Miller from Connell & Corridon re updating of their wills. Plus 3 typed carbon letter attachments.

Image of Holographic letter to Florence Miller from Joseph Lanigan, Office of the Attorney General, New Jersey, June 20, 1941. - Letter

Holographic letter to Florence Miller from Joseph Lanigan, Office of the Attorney General, New Jersey, June 20, 1941. - Letter

Holographic letter signed to Florence Miller from Joseph Lanigan on the letterhead of the State of New Jersey, Office of Attorney General, Friday, June 20, [1941]. Single leaf plus enclosure (postcard hate mail) and mailing envelope. Main text reads: Will be able to help Kealy. Believe the enclosure will give you a laugh. Many, many thanks for a delightful afternoon. Postcard enclosure is a pre-stamped postcard with holographic pencil writing addressed to [David] Wilentz, Attorney General, (State of New Jersey) and postmarked from New York, N.Y. on May 27, 1941. An unsigned rambling anti-war and anti-semitic statement.

Image of Holographic letter (re Lindbergh baby trial) to Florence Miller from Joseph Lanigan, Office of the Attorney General, New Jersey, February 17, 1935, with enclosures. - Correspondence

Holographic letter (re Lindbergh baby trial) to Florence Miller from Joseph Lanigan, Office of the Attorney General, New Jersey, February 17, 1935, with enclosures. - Correspondence

Two-page holographic letter signed to Florence Miller from Joseph Lanigan on the letterhead of the State of New Jersey, David T. Wilentz, Attorney General, February 17, 1935. Plus two enclosures and two envelopes. Main text reads: Many, many thanks for your note. You could have had a ticket any day - Row one, seat four - even had it been necessary to toss out Walter Winchell. the only requirement was a mink or sable coat - but things never break right. Hoboken was represented by Father Toohey, Jack and the Mrs.; Jim and that girl friend; Joe and the wife; Haddon Ivins and Bill Rubal - all standees. The only two persons ever sure of seats were Justice Trenchandt and Bruno. Howev

Image of Five receipts for goods or services performed by various tradespeople at 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, 1961-1964. - Receipt

Five receipts for goods or services performed by various tradespeople at 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, 1961-1964. - Receipt

Five receipts for goods or services performed by various tradespeople at 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, 1961-1964. 1. 1961: A. Trisolini Floor Covering, 527 Washington St., Hoboken. 2. 1963: Edward Grehl, heating. 3. 1963: Edward Meyer, 156 Seventh St., Hoboken; sheet metal & roofing; letterhead with image of a skylight; notes that it was their sixty-fifth year. 4. 1964: A. Trisolini Floor Covering, 527 Washington St., Hoboken. 5. 1964: Edward Grehl, heating.

Image of Postcard from Salt Lake City sent to Madeline Miller, 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, 1935. - Postcard

Postcard from Salt Lake City sent to Madeline Miller, 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, 1935. - Postcard

Postcard of the Salt Beds near Salt Lake City, Utah sent by J. Barrett to Madeline Miller, 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, postmarked June 23, 1935. Small cloth bag of salt attached.