MILLAR/MILLER

Surname First name Year Date Place of death Age Description Cause of death Informant
MILLAR Henry 1855 6 Oct Union workhouse, Fordington [Dorchester Union] 65 Agricultural labourer Scirrhus. Certified Sarah Richards, present at death, union workhouse, Fordington
MILLAR Isaac 1858 26 Oct Union workhouse, Fordington [Dorchester Union] 73 Agricultural labourer Bronchitis. Certified Thomas Green, present at death, union workhouse, Fordington
MILLER* Benjamin 1864 24 Jul Taunton and Somerset Hospital, situate in the parish of Taunton St Mary Magdalene [Somerset] 18 Railway labourer [From Yetminster – see burial register PE/YET:RE4/3 no 299 & 1861 census RG9/1359 f009] Injuries received by the accidental falling of dirt and stones upon the said Benjamin Miller Information received from George Cordwent, deputy coroner for Somersetshire. Inquest held 1st August 1864
MILLER Caroline 1862 25 Jul Cerne Abbas 19 Daughter of Ann Miller, servant (deceased) Pthisis [phthisis] 2 years. Certified The mark of Sarah Curme, present at death, Cerne Abbas
MILLER Elizabeth 1844 27 Jan Castle Farm, Sherborne 66 Widow of Hooper Miller, yeoman, deceased Water on the chest Edward Turner, present at the death, Long Street, Sherborne
MILLER George 1849 14 May Bradford Peverell 79 Labourer Decay of nature. Not certified The mark of Ann Miller, in attendance, Bradford Peverell
MILLER George 1870 17 Feb Mill Street, Fordington 70 Agricultural labourer Pneumonia. Pulmonary congeston, Certified The mark of Frances Day, present at the death, Mill Street, Fordington
MILLER Mary 1849 6 Oct Wellington Place, Weymouth 79 Wife of John Miller, fisherman Cholera, about 24 hours. Certified The mark of Mary Ann Hunter, present at the death, 6 Cove Row, Weymouth
MILLER Sarah 1859 6 Apr Broadway [Broadwey] 47 Wife of James Miller, labourer Bronchitis 12 days. Certified Margery Snook, present at the death, Broadway
MILLER Thomas 1861 4 Apr Frampton 77 Agricultural labourer Dropsy. Not certified The mark of Mary Norman, present at the death, Frampton
MILLER William 1877 4 Mar Union workhouse, Fordington [Dorchester Union] 62 Agricultural labourer Valvular disease of heart. Bronchitis. Certified by Alfred Emson MRCS E. G. Chown, present at the death, union workhouse, Fordington

 

*This is one of a small number of death certificates for Dorset residents who died in a hospital or asylum in another county