J. Miller was John Miller. He came west and took out government land in the Wasco/Moro area. How it came about, I don't have a clue, but in 1895 he traded his land in Sherman County, for the farm that Hayner had about 7 miles outside of H. R. on the west side. Hayner and his wife Ruby then moved up to Sherman County where they remained the remainder of their lives. Hayner died in 1939 and Ruby in 1942.
Miller raised both apples and strawberries and one year shipped out about 800 crates.
Miller's wife's name was Hannah. Their children were: Virginia Ausdal, Maud, William, Ephriam, Irma Ellis, and Ivan
Charlott on 11th July 2017 @ 8:05am