Miller, George O., Wheatfield, was born in Ontario, Canada, but has lived in the United States since his seventeenth year. He learned the trade of plumber at Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Detroit. In 1885 he came to North Tonawanda and in 1889 began business for himself; he is the leading plumber in the place and has done the plumbing in many of the best blocks and residences of the Twin Cities. Among them may be mentioned the residences of James S. Thompson, S. A. Kelsey, G. A. Bliss, Charles Weston, Mrs. Hough, J. P. McKenzie, Fred W. Ives, the Smith block and many others. He has invented and patented an admirable device for local ventilation in closets and also a fountain window brush. Mr. Miller married Alice M. Sutton, and they have one son, George P. Mr. Miller's parents were natives of England.
Contributed 2017 by Lisa Slaski from Landmarks of Niagara County, New York, by William Pool, D. Mason & Co., Syracuse, NY, 1897
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