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1 Gonzalo Humberto Miranda was moody. He had taken his mother's surname because he did not like his father when, at the age of 14, he first met his father. Similarly, Gonzalo Humberto did not always get along with his wife's parents.

In Nicaragua and in most of Latin America, the mother's surname is used as a suffix to a child's surname. Thus, the children of Gonzalo Humberto Miranda would be known as, e.g., Aura Elina Miranda Fernandez, with "Fernandez" being the suffix derived from Juana Ernestina's surname.

However, because Gonzalo Humberto did not always get along with his father-in-law, he put the mother-in-law's surname, Gomez, on some, but not all, of his children's birth certificates.

A good example is Roger Miranda Gomez who is well known by that name despite the fact that his mother's maiden name was Fernandez. 
Family: F12
 
2 Judy M. Day's Genealogy Materials list the marriage date as 25 Sep 1922, but, based upon the marriage license issue and return dates, the latest possible date of the wedding is 21 Sep 1922. Family: F04
 
3 Manuel Urbina and Maria Elisa Miranda were not married. Family: F50
 
4 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F219
 
5 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F16
 
6 This information comes from http://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/richey/1464/ and was entered by Thomas Richey on November 19, 2002.

According to Thomas Richey, "Uel (also known as Joel) married Rebecca Roberts in 1805.They lived on Bayou Plaquemine Brulee and around 1820 moved to near Bayou Chicot.By 1840 the family was living in Rapides Parish, Hineston." 
Family: F233
 
7 This information was provided by Lee Stoke, her son. HEBERT, Ada
 
8 This information was provided by Lee Stokes, her son. HEBERT, Ada
 
9 Carl Miller died in The Netherlands (Holland) during World War II. He was initially buried in The Netherlands, but his remains were brought back for burial in Burrough Cemetery, Gardner, Louisiana, after the war. MILLER, Carl Newton
 
10 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MILLER, E. J. Jr.
 
11 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MILLER, E. J. Jr.
 
12 I, Eric J. Miller, attended the funeral at Burrough Cemetery. MILLER, Edwin Bethard
 
13 Information on Elbrey John "Red" Miller is based on the personal knowledge of Eric John Miller, adult grandson from information related directly by the subject. MILLER, Elbrey John
 
14 Information related directly by subject and personal knowledge children and grandchildren. MILLER, Elbrey John
 
15 Elizabeth died as an infant. MILLER, Elizabeth
 
16 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MILLER, Eric John
 
17 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MILLER, Ernestine Elizabeth
 
18 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MILLER, Ernestine Elizabeth
 
19 Died in Civil War MILLER, Franklin M.
 
20 Died in the Civil War according to "Miller" by Alvey Worley MILLER, Franklin M.
 
21 Died in Civil War MILLER, James F.
 
22 Obituary

"James Travis Miller, Jr.

Funeral services for James Travis Miller, Jr., will be held at 2 pm, Sunday, November 17, 2013, in the White Oaks Chapel of Alexandria, with Reverend Webb Robinson officiating. Committal services will follow in the Burrough Cemetery in Gardner, under the guidance of White Oaks Funeral Home, Alexandria.

James, 80, of Colfax, entered eternal rest on Thursday, November 14, 2013 in the Colfax Reunion Nursing Home. He was born February 1, 1933 in Gardner to the union of James Travis Miller, Sr. and Savella McFarland Miller. James served as pitcher in 1952 when the Oak Hill Softball Team won the State Championship. He graduated from Oak Hill High School. He was a loving father, brother, grandfather, great grandfather, great-great grandfather, uncle, and friend.

He was preceded in death by his parents, James Travis and Savella Miller, Jr.; his wife, Sibyl Miller; sisters, Marjorie Wall, Idell Hannes, and infant sister, Elizabeth Miller; infant brother, Morris Miller; nephew, Tommy Brawner; and niece, Sharlotte Hannes Blankenship.

He leaves behind his loving family to cherish his memory, son, Todd Watkins, wife Nadine of the Wilda Community; one daughter, Patsy Coleman, husband Roy of Wilda Community; three brothers, Ben Miller of Gardner; Mick Miller, wife Linda of Union Hill, and Norman Miller, wife Nona of Alexandria; five grandchildren; thirteen great grandchildren; two great-great grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, family, and friends.

Pallbearers to serve will be Gene Coleman, Will Coleman, Rod Watkins, Eric Watkins, Travis Brawner, and Dustin Miller. Honorary pallbearers to serve will be Roxanne Cedus, Cody Coleman, Austin Watkins, and Jason Miller.

Visitation will be Saturday, November 16, 2013 from 5 pm and 9 pm then on Sunday, November 17, 2013 from 10 am until service time in the chapel at 2 pm." 
MILLER, James Travis Jr.
 
23 Died in WWII MILLER, Joel Jr.
 
24 From his headstone at Nichols Cemetery MILLER, Joel Jr.
 
25 Supposed to have died at Pearl Harbor, his headstone at Nichols Cemetery lists his date of death as "Nov. 10, 1944" and notes "He died in service to his country." Given his birthdate it is very unlikely that he died in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor as he would only have been 15-16 years old at the time. While it was not uncommon for underage men to enlist in the military during WWII, this would have meant that Joel would have enlisted while he was underage, before the US entered WWII, completed his training and had been assigned to a ship stationed at Pearl Harbor when it was attacked in 1941. MILLER, Joel Jr.
 
26 Died in the Civil War MILLER, John F
 
27 This birthdate appears on the photocopy of his driver's license in the possession of Eric John Miller as of 30 Jan 2007. MILLER, John Newton
 
28 Josiah was the youngest of four brothers who enlisted into the Confederate Army and the only one to return from the Civil War. MILLER, Josiah Jr.
 
29 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MILLER, Karen Jeanette
 
30 There is no headstone for Mary Drusilar Miller at Marler Cemetery. MILLER, Mary Drusilar
 
31 Morris Miller died as an infant. MILLER, Morris
 
32 Noted to be living in Pollock, LA, in February, 2012, in the obituary of her father, Theo Glyn Miller. The text of that obituary is available in his entry. MILLER, Sandra
 
33 Judie Miller Day lists "Sylvia" as the correct spelling. Bessie Miller told Eric John Miller in Feb 2007 that the correct name was "Sylvania." The headstone lists the first name as "Silva." The name on the headstone is used here. MILLER, Silva Lloyd
 
34 Judie Miller Day lists "Sylvia" as the correct spelling. Bessie Miller told Eric John Miller in Feb 2007 that the correct name was "Sylvania." The headstone lists the first name as "Silva." The name on the headstone is used here. MILLER, Silva Lloyd
 
35 A lifetime smoker, Gonzalo Humberto died of lung cancer. He had a tracheostomy and can be seen in some photographs with the white cloth around his neck. MIRANDA, Gonzalo Humberto
 
36 Gonzalo Humberto Miranda met his father, Manuel Urbina, when Gonzalo Humberto was 14 years old. Though recognized by his father, he did not like his father and took his mother's name. - From personal recollection of Aura Elina Miranda in 2011 as related to Eric Miller. MIRANDA, Gonzalo Humberto
 
37 Murdered in New Orleans in 1948 (or posibly as late as 1951) during a home invasion. Aura Labelle, a child at the time, was asleep in Maria's lap and did not awaken. From personal recollection of Aura Miranda, related in October 2011. MIRANDA, Maria Elisa Ocón
 
38 Uses the name "Gomez" as a suffix though his mother's maiden name was Fernandez. See family note for parents. MIRANDA, Roger Gomez
 
39 Served during the War of 1812 in the 13th Mississippi Volunteer Militia under the command of Col. George H. Nixon. MIXON, Cornelius
 
40 Listed as "S. B. Patterson" on Marriage License PATTERSON, Sarah Rebeccah
 
41 Listed as "S. B. Patterson" on Marriage License PATTERSON, Sarah Rebeccah
 
42 Infomation on John Richey and descendants obtained from information at http://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/richey/1464/ entered by Thomas Richey in 2002. That page contains the following notes on John Richey:

"John Richey born about 1750 married Mary Hardin in Rowan Co NC Moved to Greene Co TN Lick Creek in 1777. John moved to Natchez Territory Cole's Creek (present day Jefferson Co) in 1786.Around 1800 he moved to Wilkinson Co MS and lived on the Homochitto River." 
RICHEY, John
 
43 E-mail from Deborah Ruth Miller to Eric John Miller on 30 Jan 2007: "Aunt Ruth was named after an aunt Minerva ( her full name was Minerva Ruth according to her). She told me this herself as she thought I had been named after her. She liked the idea of a tradition of being named after an aunt." RICHEY, Minerva Ruth
 
44 E-mail from Deborah Ruth Miller to Eric John Miller on 30 Jan 2007: "Aunt Ruth was named after an aunt Minerva ( her full name was Minerva Ruth according to her). She told me this herself as she thought I had been named after her. She liked the idea of a tradition of being named after an aunt." RICHEY, Minerva Ruth
 
45 I, Eric John Miller, helped my grandfather, Elbrey John Miller, and others dig "Aunt Ruth's" grave and attended the funeral at Burrough Cemetery. RICHEY, Minerva Ruth
 
46 There are two headstones for Sudie A. Richey at Burrough Cemetery. The oldest, a footstone as of 10 Feb 2007, lists the date of death as "1929." The current headstone, which is obviously much newer (the same style and apparent age as John Newton Miller's) lists the date of death as "April 16, 1930." The date on the original headstone is used here. RICHEY, Sudie Agnes
 
47 The information on William Richey was obtained from http://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/richey/1464/ and entered by Thomas Richey in 2002. That page contains the following:

"William Richey born about 1720 married Ginny Davis and lived on Tuscarora Creek, Frederick Co VA (later Berkely Co WVA)"
 
RICHEY, William
 
48 Birthplace information found at https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Stokes-821 with source and repository information. STOKES, Christopher
 
49 Oma died at Oakdale Community Hospital. Eric Miller visited Oma on the evening before she died and this information is from his personal recollection. STOKES, Oma Elizabeth
 
50 Personal recollection of Eric Miller, her grandson who attended the funeral. STOKES, Oma Elizabeth
 

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