Museum the New Llano Colony

Beulah Miller (Carroll)

Birth: She was born around 1910 in Washington.  

Family Information: Daughter of Mabel Busick.

Step-daughter of Bertram Busick.

Sister of Charles Miller and half-sister to Roscoe, Fred, Vivian, Iris, Byron and Bill Busick.


Pre-Colony History: In 1910 she was living in Washington with her parents and brother; In 1920 she was still living in Washington, but now with her step-father (Bert Busick) and mother, her brother and four half-siblings.

The Busick family came from Washington to the colony in March 1922.  

Home in Colony:  

Job in Colony: In 1922 she was part of a group of students who helped out at the candy shop along withMildred Seelye, Mabel Synoground, Margaret Seelye, Beulah Gaddis and Chas. Miller.  

Other Info:  

Post-Colony History: In September 1929 her sister, Iris, returned to the colony from a three-week visit in Beaumont, Texas to visit her sister, Mrs. Beulah Carroll.

In 1930 she was living in Jefferson County, Texas with her husband Ewell D. Carroll, their two children, and her brother, Fred Busick.

In July 1937 it was reported that Iris had been staying with her sister, Beulah Carroll, in Hot Springs, New Mexico.


Sources: Family Source: Val Busick; US Census: 1910, 1920, 1930; "Llano Colonist": April 22, 1922, July 10, 1937; "Vernon Parish Democrat": September 12, 1929; "Leesville Leader": June 26, 1988  


Taken around 1920 (Back Row L to R) Roscoe Busick, Beulah & Charles Miller; (Front L to R) Bert holding Iris, Fred, Vivian and Mabel Busick.

Beulah Miller and Ruby Synoground.

Busick family taken around 1960.
Busick Family taken about 1960 -- Front Row (L to R) Beulah, Bert, Mabel, Charles; Back Row (L to R) Iris, Fred, Bill, Byron, Roscoe, Vivian.

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