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October 30, 1735, Norwich, England.

September 12, 1807, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England.

St. George’s Church, Doncaster.

Miller was apprenticed to his father, a pavior (a layer of paving stones and the like), but ran away to study music. At one time he was a flautist in Handel’s orchestra. He played the organ for 50 years at Doncaster Church, and composed hymn tunes and harpsichord sonatas. Cambridge University awarded him a doctorate degree in 1786. His works include:

  1. Galway
  2. Rockingham