Museum the New Llano Colony

Beulah Miller

Birth: Born around 1910 in Washington.  


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.  

Family Information: Daughter of Mabel Busick and step-daughter and neice of Bertram Busick.

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

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.  

Home in Colony:  

Other Info:


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


Sources: Family Source: Val Busick; "Llano Colonist": April 22, 1922; "Leesville Leader": June 26, 1988; US Census: 1910, 1920, 1930  

Center: 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).

Right: Beulah Miller and Ruby Synoground.