Adolf von Miller

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Miller as a Scot

Gustav Adolf Miller , from 1897 by Miller , (born July 3, 1838 in Geislingen an der Steige , † March 30, 1913 in Stuttgart ) was a German lawyer.


As the grandson of the theologian and writer Johann Martin Miller , he came from a family of the educated middle class. He passed his Abitur in Ulm in 1856 . Afterwards studied Miller at the University of Tübingen Law , where he joined the Landsmannschaft Scotland joined. After serving as a judge at the Rottweil regional court for a long time , he came to Stuttgart in 1890 as a higher regional judge . In the summer of 1893 he was appointed a member of the Disciplinary Chamber for Reich Civil Servants in Stuttgart by Kaiser Wilhelm II . In 1894 he became a deputy member of the Competence Court , in 1896 a member of the Administrative Court. In October 1899 he was appointed Senate President of the Stuttgart Higher Regional Court and in July 1902 Miller was finally appointed a member of the State Court. He was also a long-time member of the legal examination committee. Adolf von Miller found his final resting place in the Prague cemetery in Stuttgart .

honors and awards


  • Bernd Breitenbuch: Johann Martin Miller 1750–1814. Song poet from the Göttinger Hain, novelist, preacher at the Ulm Minster. Exhibition for the 250th birthday. Ulm City Library, Schwörhaus, December 3, 2000 to January 27, 2001. Anton H. Konrad, Weißenhorn 2000. (= Publications of the Ulm City Library; 20) ISBN 3-87437-448-3 , p. 104.
  • Heinrich Münzenmaier (Ed.): History of the Landsmannschaft Scottland zu Tübingen 1849 to 1924. Stuttgart 1924, p. 27 f.
  • Manfred Stosch: The correspondence between Johann Martin Miller and Johann Heinrich Voss. , P. 714.

Individual evidence

  1. Court and State Manual of the Kingdom of Württemberg 1901, p. 34.
  2. Hof- und Staats-Handbuch des Kingdom of Württemberg 1907, p. 34.