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  • Miller commemorated on the family headstone in St Peter's churchyard East Drayton Nottinghamshire. 'In loving memory of Elizabeth the dearly loved wife of (-) Richd. Miller died 18th day of Jany 1927 aged 59 years, also their son William Vincent Miller 19th East Yorks Regt, killed in action in France June 4th 1915 aged 24 years. To memory ever dear'
Person Details
Willerby Hull
He was the son of Charles Richard and Elizabeth Miller and the brother of Charlotte Theresa and Grace Isabel Miller. In 1911 they lived at Asylum Cottages Willerby East Yorkshire. Charles and Elizabeth later lived at Council Cottages Stokeham East Retford Nottinghamshire.
In 1911 he was a warehouseman.
04 Jun 1916
24
312126 - CWGC Website
101557
Private
10th Bn East Yorkshire Regiment (Duke of York's Own)
Army Service Record Enlisted Hull Medals received January 1922 (BWM, VM) Casualty Form, enlisted 4 September 1914. Embarked Devonport 8 December 1915, disembarked for MEF, Port Said, 22 December 1915 Effects received by Mr CR Miller, De La Pole Villas, City Asylum, Willerby, 2 August 1916
Sucrerie Military Cemetery Colincamps Research by Rachel Farrand
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  • Miller commemorated on the family headstone in St Peter's churchyard East Drayton Nottinghamshire. 'In loving memory of Elizabeth the dearly loved wife of (-) Richd. Miller died 18th day of Jany 1927 aged 59 years, also their son William Vincent Miller 19th East Yorks Regt, killed in action in France June 4th 1915 aged 24 years. To memory ever dear'
    Photo Rachel Farrand - Miller commemorated on the family headstone in St Peter's churchyard East Drayton Nottinghamshire. 'In loving memory of Elizabeth the dearly loved wife of (-) Richd. Miller died 18th day of Jany 1927 aged 59 years, also their son William Vincent Miller 19th East Yorks Regt, killed in action in France June 4th 1915 aged 24 years. To memory ever dear'