Stoker 1st Class Henry John Gardner Miller

Royal Navy, HMS Leviathan

Died: Thursday 5 September 1918 (aged 22)

Connected records

Record:
MILLER, HENRY JOHN GARDNER
Additional information:
Son of Mrs. Charlotte Miller, of 49, Mortimer Rd., Itchin, Southampton; husband of H. Miller, of 19, Henrietta St., Somers Rd., Portsmouth, England.
Cemetery:
NEW YORK CITY BROOKLYN (THE EVERGREENS) CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
37. Ocean View Sec.
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name:
Lieutenant Miller
Context:
combat
Date:
31 Aug 1918
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 2 Battalion Highland Light Infantry (page 313)
Name:
Lieutenant Colonel Miller
Context:
commander
Date:
31 Aug 1918
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 1 Battalion Cheshire Regiment (page 75)
Name:
Company Quarter Master Sergeant Miller
Context:
promotion
Date:
2 Sep 1918
Diary:
7 DIVISION: 2 Battalion Wiltshire Regiment (page 50)
Name:
Lieutenant Miller
Context:
Date:
5 Sep 1918
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 529 (East Riding) Field Company Royal Engineers (page 143)
Name:
Major Miller
Context:
other
Date:
8 Sep 1918
Diary:
2 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: 6 Field Ambulance. (page 364)
Name:
Lieutenant C S Miller
Context:
joined
Date:
2 Sep 1918
Diary:
7 DIVISION: 2 Battalion Wiltshire Regiment (page 66)
Name:
joined Driver Miller
Context:
Date:
9 Sep 1918
Diary:
5 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: Divisional Train (4, 6, 33, 37 Companies A.S.C.). (page 27)