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Miller Place

Miller Place
Beginnings: This beautiful and historic community on Long Island Sound was named after the prolific family of Andrew Miller, a barrel maker-turned-farmer. He arrived from Setauket about 1679, buying land from John Thomas, who apparently was the first settler. Miller died Dec. 24, 1717, and is buried in Mount Sinai's Sea View Cemetery.
Photo: A 1972 photo of the Miller Place Country Store on Main Street, where many old houses of the 18th and 19th Centuries remain; the community is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Beginnings: This beautiful and historic community on Long Island Sound was named after the prolific family of Andrew Miller, a barrel maker-turned-farmer. He arrived from Setauket about 1679, buying land from John Thomas, who apparently was the first settler. Miller died Dec. 24, 1717, and is buried in Mount Sinai's Sea View Cemetery.
Photo: A 1972 photo of the Miller Place Country Store on Main Street, where many old houses of the 18th and 19th Centuries remain; the community is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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