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    JOHN DANIEL MILLER, A. M. M. D., a leading physician of Tippecanoe City, was born in Marion County, Ohio, June 18, 1878, and is a son of Lucius O. and Lydia (Haywood) Miller.

    The parents of Dr. Miller have been residents of Dayton for the past twenty-seven years. The paternal grandfather, Rev. D. R. Miller, is a venerable minister of the United Brethren Church and at one time was chaplain of the Ohio State Penitentiary. The maternal grandfather, Dr. John Haywood, formerly was a member of the faculty of Otterbein College, filling the chair of mathematics. Dr. John D. Miller has two brothers and three sisters, namely: Wintan, who is engaged in newspaper work in connection with the Dayton Herald; Haywood, who is in the employ of the Dayton Manufacturing Company; and Grace, Edna and Marjorie.

    From the Dayton public schools, Dr. Miller entered Otterbein College, where he was graduated in 1900, and completed his medical preparation in the Hahnemann Medical College at Philadelphia, where he was graduated in the class of 1903. He served for a period of fifteen months as a physician at the New York Metropolitan Hospital, after which he engaged in practice at Dayton until August, 1907, when he located in Tippecanoe City, where his medical skill has brought about his professional independence. He is a student yet and a close observer of all scientific developments in medicine and surgery, and enjoys his membership in the Dayton and the Miami Valley and Ohio State Homeopathic Societies and Union Clinical Society of Miami and Shelby Counties.

    Dr. Miller was married (first) to Miss Honori Cornell, a daughter of John B. and Lucinda Cornell. In 1905 he was married (second) to Miss Julia Kelly. Mrs. Miller is a native of New York and prior to her marriage was a trained nurse by profession. Dr. and Mrs. Miller have two children: Helen Ahydell and John Haywood. Dr. Miller is not a politician but he is an active citizen and he votes on public questions with the Republican party.

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