Lt Frank Miller

This is correct MIC

1880 Apr 17. Born Droylesden, Lancashire His BC would be needed to get further with his parents

1905 Frank Miller married Nora Graham Sutton in Derby

1911 census at Newbold, Chesterfield

1912 Oct 28 Seems to be a dispute about money. This appeared in at least 6 papers

1915 Aug 8. Landed in France

1918 Jul 31. Commissioned 52nd Nott & Derby. 52nd (Graduated) Battalion Notts & Derby was a training unit based at Canterbury, it was part of 200th Brigade in 67th Division.

WO338 shows he then transferred to Labour Corps and LG follows him through that.

1919 Jun 25. Cl.GG Special Appointment. Temp. 2nd Lit. F. Miller, Lab. Corps.

1920 Jan 31 Labour Corps. The undermentioned temp. 2nd Lts. to be temp. Lts.: — F. Miller.

1920 Apr 27. Cl. GG.—Labour Corps. Temp. 2nd Lt. F. Miller, Lab. Corps., and relinquishes the temp, rank of Lt.

1920 Apr 29. Temp. Lt. F. Miller relinquishes his commission on completion of service, and retains the rank of Lt.

1920 Oct 25. Joined ADRIC . Posted to H Coy. Service no 844

1921 census at 32 Willn St is Bertram Charles & Minnie Sutton

1921 Jun 20 to 4 Jul on Leave

1921 Nov 14 to 27 Nov on Leave

1922 Jan 23. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1923 May 9. Money continues to be a cause of strife

1925 He may have died in Hampshire


1939 Register. Nora is a Widow living in Heathwood, Bournemouth


1941 Nora died at Bournemouth