Samuel Augustine Miller
He was born to Reuben C. and Atlantic Ocean Walton Miller in Shenandoah County, Virginia. He married Helen M. Quarrier on July 27, 1845.
Miller briefly served in the Confederate army as a major, serving as the assistant quartermaster of the 22nd Virginia Infantry (1st Kanawha). He was a delegate to the First and Second Confederate Congresses from Virginia's 14th Congressional District from February 1863 until the end of the war in 1865, succeeding Albert G. Jenkins, who had rejoined the army as a brigadier general.
Albert G. Jenkins
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