Edward Miller and Frances Sarah Wright
|Edward Millers occupation was a plumber.
Edward and Frances had three sons, a baby who died, then three daughters:
Jim Miller married Rose. They had two children, Betty Miller and Jim Miller.
Albert Miller had two children (by different mothers), Leonard and Elaine Miller.
Harold Miller had two children, Harold Miller and Beverley Miller.
Dora Miller had four children, Gordon, Lydon, Marie and Carol.
Ethel Grace Miller was born November 26, 1905 in London, England. She married Alun Tyler-Davies July 3, 1937 in Methodist Church, Pitt Street, Auckland. They had two children, Davina Faye Tyler-Davies and Glyn Alun Tyler-Davies
Helena (Lena) Miller married twice. Her second husband's first name was Bill. She had no children.
Above: Edward and Frances with their three daughters. Ethel is sitting on the floor on the left.
|The family moved from London, England to New Zealand
in abt. 1909 when Ethel was 4. They settled on a farm at
Pupu and lived there for quite a few years. While in Pupu
Edward was responsible for setting up a school there.
Edward and Francis moved to Auckland around the time that their children began working, and lived at a house in Mt Albert.
Right: The Miller family outside their home.
|Above: The three Miller daughters as young women, from left, Dora, Ethel and Lena (aged 20 years)|
Later, after Frances had died (abt 1943), Edward moved in with Ethel and Alun and their young family when they were living in Kaipara Flats. He stayed there until he died (abt 1945).