Category Archive: Miller

Apr 21

Born in the 1800s

Last weekend we watched a classic movie that we have seen several times before. Driving Miss Daisy is one of those moves that you can watch over and over. Great cast, great acting, and a great story. It is set in the late 1940s and we calculated from things said in the movie that Miss …

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Apr 11

Tombstone Tuesday–Rolland Miller

This is the tombstone of Rolland Miller, located in row 7 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: ROLLAND Son of J. & F.E. Miller Died Aug. 11, 1913 Aged 3m, 8d Budded on earth to bloom in heaven Rolland Eugene Miller was born 3 May 1913, the first child …

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Mar 10

Springtime–Flowers and Memories

Spring is less than two weeks away. Although this has been a fairly mild winter everyone is always ready for spring this time of year. One sure sign of the upcoming spring season is the arrival of seed and plant catalogs. We received over a dozen catalogs this year, many more than we usually do. …

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Mar 07

Tombstone Tuesday–Jacob & Gertrude (Miller) Deitsch

This is the tombstone of Jacob and Gertrude (Miller) Deitsch, located in row 6 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio. The marker is inscribed: DEITSCH Gertrude Deitsch Died July 13, 1902 Aged 75 Y 8 M  21 D Jacob Deitsch Died June 20, 1891 Aged 67 Y 1 M   17 D According to …

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Jan 13

Offering Envelopes, Old and New

The late Don Caffee used to have an amusing little saying about church. He said, “Whenever two or more are gathered, there will be an offering.” This little quip, called a Donism by his son, is fairly accurate. At the end of every year Zion Chatt’s members get their offering envelopes for the new year …

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