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Biography of Jacob Jay Miller

Who's Who in Pennsylvania, A biographical Dictionary of Contemporaries
Edited by John W. Leonard; Second Edition, 1908
Page 480

MILLER, Jacob Jay: Jurist; born near Somerset, Pa., Aug. 22. 1857; educated in Somerset Academy, and the State Normal School at Indiana, Pa., graduating in 1879, and Law Department, University of Virginia. He subsequently studied law in the office of William J. Baer of Somerset, the president judge of that district, and was admitted to the bar of Somerset County in August, 1883, and to that of Allegheny County in July, 1884. After eighteen years successful practice in the Allegheny County Courts, he was in 1902 elected a judge of the Orphan's Court for that county for a ten years' term beginning January. 1903. He is a Democrat in politics. Address: Court House, Pittsburgh.

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