1893 Sep 5. . Born Lewiston, Inverness, Scotland
1901 at Distillery Cottage, Annan (same address on MIC)
|MILLER, John William||Head||Married||M||44||1857|| Officer 1st Class Excise Dept Of Inland Rev
|MILLER, Mary||Wife||Married||F||44||1857||Grantown, Murrayshire|
|MILLER, Donald F||Son||M||7||1894|| Scholar
||Leweston Drumonadrochit, Murrayshire|
1915 Jun 6. Landed in Balkans
1916 Aug 5. Commission. Cameron Highlanders. . Cadet Donald Fyfe Miller to be 2nd Lt. (on prob.).
1918 Feb 5. Cameron Highlanders.—2nd Lt. D. F. Miller to be Lt., next below Lt. R. Elliott.
1919 Oct 3. MC Gazetted. Lt. Donald Fyfe Miller, 4th Bn., Cam.
Highrs., T.F., attd. 5th Bn.
For marked gallantry, perseverance and
devotion to duty whilst commanding his
platoon during the period of operations
from 28th September to 21st October, 1918
(east! of Ypres). He led his platoon to the
attack on five occasions during above period,
and at all times showed the greatest resource
and leadership. He personally accounted
for many of the enemy, and led his men
1921 Mar 11. 4th Bn., Carnerons.— The undermentioned Offrs. resign their Commns. and retain their rank : — D. F. Miller, .M.C
1921 May 4. Joined ADRIC with service no 1932. Posted to R Coy
1921 May 14 Posted to P Coy
1922 Jan 24. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC
1924 Jan 24 Arrives in Canada to settle
WW2 Draft Card
1986 Mar. Died Weymouth Mass. USA aged 93.