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Sheriff John B. Miller | Deaf Smith County Sheriff's Office, Texas Deaf Smith County Sheriff's Office, Texas


John B. Miller

Deaf Smith County Sheriff's Office, Texas

End of Watch: Monday, January 6, 1936

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 57

Tour: 8 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Automobile accident

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Sheriff John Miller was killed in an automobile accident in Randall County while returning to Hereford, from Amarillo, after conducting an investigation into a stolen automobile. The car overturned when it struck a patch of ice on the highway and Sheriff Miller was thrown from the vehicle.

Sheriff Miller had served as sheriff for 8 years. He was survived by his wife and six children. His wife was appointed to complete his term as sheriff. He was buried in West Park Cemetery.

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Thank you for leaving a family heritage I can be proud of and share with my children. I am your great granddaughter. I knew of the story of my great grandmother being appointed sheriff after your death, but I was not aware you were killed in a car accident. I also learned through my research you were a very popular sheriff and you did many things to help your fellowman. I am proud you are my great grandfather. I am also proud my great grandmother was thought to be the first woman sheriff according to Ripley's Believe It or Not. Thank you for a family heritage to be proud of and to share with your great, great grandchildren.

Britney Lowe Trice
Great Granddaughter
November 25, 2012


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