Date of Death: 7 May 1898
Subject: Frederick T. Miller
Source: The Democrat, 13 May 1898
Another one of Andrew county's landmarks is gone.
Frederick T. Miller died at his home at Dean at 1:20 a.m., Saturday, May 7, 1898, of general debility due to old age. Bro. Miller had lived in Andrew county for forty-nine years. He was born in Callaway county, this state, in 1831, came to Andrew county in 1849, and save a few years spent in California in an early day, has lived continuously in this county every since 1862 on the farm on which he died.
Bro. Miller was a consistent member of the Christian church for forty-seven years, having joined the church when twenty years old. He gave liberally of his time and means in building up the church and the advancement of the cause of Christ. Though not of the strongest constitution, he was energetic in all his business and a successful farmer. He was a loving husband, an indulgent father, a good neighbor and kind to all with whom he was associated, and was every ready with kind words and a helping hand to those in distress.
Bro. Miller was married in 1862 to Christina Kelly of this county, who survives him. He leaves three sons and one daughter: Mrs. Lavina Nuckols, Andrew, Clifford and Sidney, the three former residing in this county and the latter in Helena, Montana, all of whom were present in his last hours. After the funeral discourse preached by Elder Lockhart, of St. Joseph, at the Long Branch church he was buried in the Long Branch cemetery, which was witnessed by a very large concourse of people.