Daniel J. Miller is among the well liked and successful young business men of Columbiana. He was born in Pittsburgh,
Pa., Jan. 17, 1890, and is the son of J. J. and Elizabeth (Essenwein) Miller.
J. J. Miller, a native of Bedford County, Pa., was born Dec. 4, 1865. He removed to Columbiana from Pittsburgh
in 1903. His wife is also a native of Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Miller had five children: Daniel J., the subject
of this sketch; Ada, died at the age of 18 years; William 8., mention of whom is made below; Anna, married L. E.
Haggerty, lives at Columbiana; and Paul, who died at the age of four years.
Daniel J. Miller was 12 years old when his family settled in Columbiana County. He attended the public schools
of Fairfield Township and began his business career in the employ of the Sitler bakery. After various occupations
he organized his present grocery business in 1919 in partnership with his brother, William B. They are dealers
in high grade groceries and meats and maintain a delivery service throughout Columbiana and vicinity. The business
is located at 155 South Main Street.
On June 25, 1914, Mr. Miller was married to Miss Catherine Myers of Columbiana, the daughter of Henry P. and Lydia
(Koch) Myers. Mr. Myers resides at Columbiana. His wife is deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have two daughters: LaRue,
born on Jan. 2, 1916; and Janet, born May 2, 1920.
Politically Mr. Miller is a Democrat and he and his wife are members of the Lutheran Church.
William B. Miller was born at Columbiana, Aug. 9, 1894. He was married June 26, 1916, at Chester, W. Va., to Miss
Stella McGahan of Corapolis, Pa., the daughter of W. G. and Anna McGahan, residents of Chester, W. Va. They have
a son, Jack, born Oct. 31, 1918.
Both Daniel J. and William B. Miller stand high in the community and have many friends and acquaintances.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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