Private Benjamin Miller

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Died: Monday 23 April 1917 (aged 36)

Connected records

Record:
MILLER, BENJAMIN
Additional information:
Son of the late William and Hannah Miller; husband of the late Catherine Miller.
Cemetery:
ARRAS MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Bay 9.
Country:
United Kingdom

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Military Cross & MC

The receipient, Second Lieutenant Benjamin Miller RGA Special Reserve and Royal Air Force was killed in action on 29 May 1918 aged 32 years. He was the husband of Marie Florence Miller of 4 Lansdowne Gardens, South Lambeth, London and father of the late Marian Miller who died in November 2005. Miss …
medal, ribbon and fitted case of issue George V issue, privately engraved

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Name recorded:
Miller, Benjamin
Memorial:
St James The Apostle - WW1 And WW2 (WMR 39341)
Location:
Islington, Greater London
Name recorded:
Miller, Benjamin
Memorial:
All Saints Church - WW1 Cross (Includes John S Collings Wells VC) (WMR 18427)
Location:
Marple, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Miller, Benjamin
Memorial:
Marple (WMR 3180)
Location:
Marple, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Miller, Benjamin
Memorial:
Wallington Urc Window WW2 (WMR 39471)
Location:
Wallington, Greater London
Name recorded:
Miller, Benjamin
Memorial:
Port Glasgow (WMR 55047)
Location:
Port Glasgow, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Miller, B
Memorial:
Knodishall men who served in the Great War (WMR 72096)
Location:
Knodishall, Suffolk
Name recorded:
Miller, B
Memorial:
Heworth Parish (WMR 42116)
Location:
Heworth, Tyne And Wear
Name recorded:
Miller, B
Memorial:
Leyland (WMR 42564)
Location:
Leyland, Lancashire
Name recorded:
Miller, B
Memorial:
Essex Yeomanry WW1 (WMR 22220)
Location:
Chelmsford, Essex
Name recorded:
Miller, B
Memorial:
St Pauls Church WW1 (WMR 44896)
Location:
Hathershaw, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Miller, B
Memorial:
Scalford (WMR 14790)
Location:
Scalford, Leicestershire
Name recorded:
Miller, B
Memorial:
Murthly (WMR 82192)
Location:
Caputh, Tayside
Name recorded:
Miller, B
Memorial:
Location:
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Name recorded:
Miller, B
Memorial:
St Edmunds College - WW1 Plaque (WMR 30330)
Location:
Standon, Hertfordshire

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Name:
Lieutenant Colonel A Miller
Context:
author
Date:
27 Apr 1917
Diary:
2 CAVALRY DIVISION: 3 Brigade Royal Horse Artillery (page 34)
Name:
Second Lieutenant G B Miller
Context:
Missing in action
Date:
28 Apr 1917
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 2 Battalion Highland Light Infantry (page 184)