Charles Miller
CHAS. MILLER, dealer in boots and shoes at Harrisville, is a native of Massachusetts. He was in the army from July 1861 until the close of the war in 1865, and was five months in prison.  He came to Harrisville in the Fall of 1878, and opened a boot
and shoe shop, doing only custom work.  In 1881 he built the store building in which his business is now located, and put ina general stock of boots and shoes.
(Bibliography:  “History of the Lake Huron Shore and Its People With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Pioneers”, 1883, Chicago, Page 273.)
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