Private Walter Henson Miller

Australian Infantry, A.I.F.

Died: Monday 8 May 1916 (aged 20)

Connected records

Record:
MILLER, WALTER HENSON
Additional information:
Son of George and Kate Miller, of 35, Gordon St., Footscray, Victoria, Australia.
Cemetery:
RUE-DAVID MILITARY CEMETERY, FLEURBAIX
Cemetery/memorial reference:
I. D. 25.
Country:
Australian

Possible matches

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Record identifier:
People (P10433914)
Name recorded:
Private Walter Henson Miller 3359
Unit:
Date of embarkation:
11 October 1915
Record identifier:
First World War Embarkation Roll (R1830639)
Name recorded:
Private Miller, Walter Henson 3359
Unit:
Record identifier:
People (P10997202)
Name recorded:
Private Walter Henson Miller 3359
Unit:
5th Australian Infantry Battalion
Date of enlistment:
17 July 1915
Date of fate:
8 May 1916
Record identifier:
First World War Nominal Roll (R2461690)
Name recorded:
Private Miller, Walter Henson 3359
Unit:
5th Australian Infantry Battalion
Record identifier:
Roll of Honour (R1645931)
Name recorded:
Private Miller, Walter Henson 3359
Unit:
5th Australian Infantry Battalion
Record identifier:
People (P10249242)
Name recorded:
Private Walter Henson Miller 3359
Unit:
5th Australian Infantry Battalion
Date of death:
8 May 1916
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Name:
Private J H Miller
Context:
joined
Date:
7 May 1916
Diary:
3 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: 7 Field Ambulance. (page 510)
Name:
Second Lieutenant A Miller
Context:
joined
Date:
12 May 1916
Diary:
4 DIVISION: 406 Field Company Royal Engineers (formerly 1/1 Renfrew) (page 9)