Hearing. While a teacher in the Rochester (NY) school for the deaf, met and married Dr. Charles R. Miller, a Presbyterian missionary to China. In China, she founded the Chefoo (Chefu) School for the deaf, possibly the first formal school for the deaf in that country. Back home in the U.S., founded an oral school for the deaf in 1884 and continued it for at least 30 years. Retired at about age 70; died at Chicago, IL. One source misnames her as "Mrs. Mills".
CAID Proceedings, 26th, p.165; Peeps into the Deaf World, p.163-164, 330-332.
20 July 1853-19 April 1929