Thomas Miller was the acting colonial governor of North Carolina for about six months in 1677 during the absence of the official governor Thomas Eastchurch. During Miller's government, the Anti-Proprietors, led by John Culpeper, provoked the Culpeper's Rebellion.

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  • Thomas Miller was the acting colonial governor of North Carolina for about six months in 1677 during the absence of the official governor Thomas Eastchurch. During Miller's government, the Anti-Proprietors, led by John Culpeper, provoked the Culpeper's Rebellion. (en)
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  • 7th Governor of Albemarle Sound
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  • Governor of Albemarle County
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  • December 1677
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  • July 1677
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  • Colonial governor in America (en)
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  • Thomas Miller was the acting colonial governor of North Carolina for about six months in 1677 during the absence of the official governor Thomas Eastchurch. During Miller's government, the Anti-Proprietors, led by John Culpeper, provoked the Culpeper's Rebellion. (en)
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  • Thomas Miller (North Carolina) (en)
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  • male (en)
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  • Thomas (en)
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  • Thomas Miller (en)
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  • Miller (en)
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