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Reflections on our Family - Jack Miller on Frank 'Tad' Miller

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Here are some more of the 'memories' my uncle Jack shared through his letters. Tad, was my father, Frank MILLER (1927 - 1973). These stories are especially precious as we lost our father so early in life. My gratitude to Jack and my other aunts and uncles is endless.

Tad and I were only 10 months apart. I was born on June 27, 1930 and Tad on August 18 1929. Mother had five children in 4 months(June, September, August )in only 5 years.

Go-Go (Ruth Josephine) was born in early September 1926. There were ten months between Tad (1929)and me (Jack - 1930), twelve months from him to Pete (1928), eleven months from Pete to David (1927), ten months from David to Go- Go (1926). (ascending order) It was competitive to say the least.

The week that Pete was born, Go-Go died of some rare disease. David never contracted it, and mother had Pete.

She was quite a gal when it came to tough going. So we never had more than four kids at one time in the family. We were quite well off when we lived in New York and Connecticut. We had live-in servants, first William and Mary, and elderly couple who lived in servants quarters on the grounds of what we call the ONiel house. (It is still standing and in good shape. I visited it last November on the old Norwalk Road just outside of New Canaan)

As Tad and I grew up, we found ourselves dating the same girls. In fact, we had a schedule on the back of our door when Tad first lived in Ashley St. in 1946-47. He was out of school, but I was still in High School. We both dated high school seniors and college freshmen and made up a chart so we werent competing over the same girl at the same time.

Learn more about the adventures of our family at FamilyGenealogy, My family site

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on 2012-07-07 06:32:47

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