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Linn County Cemeteries


Miller Cemetery


Miller Cemetery is located about three miles northwest of Scio, near the community of Shelburn, on Miller Cemetery Road in Linn County, Oregon.

In a booklet authored by Vale Vandiver McGrew, she describes the following:

"The Miller Cemetery is located about 150 yards south of the home J. W. and Rose Miller built. It is located on top of the hill and is very well kept. The land was part of the Miller DLC (Donation Land Claim). Malcolm and Gennette Miller are buried there - a long way from the highlands of their native Scotland.

The first grave dug there was for a small child, an infant that was in the family cabin when it burned down. The name is believed to be Smallman...One unmarked and unmourned grave is the burial spot of one of the Japanese railroad workers. He hung himself from a limb on the big ash tree growing on Buell Miller's slough."

A special thank you to Cathy Crenshaw Morgan, who generously allowed me to borrow her original book on Miller Cemetery, for the benefit of all researchers. These pages were hand-typed from the original book; any mistakes are my own, and there could be typographical errors. For these, I apologize, and welcome any corrections or additions to these pages.

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