War Memorial: Place and
War Memorial: Pte. H. Miller E. Surrey.
window: Herbert Miller.
Memorial Tablet inside All Saints Church, Doddinghurst.
Ongar & District War Memorial Hospital Roll of Honour (Blackmore &
Doddinghurst) [ERO A10815].
Battalion. Service No: 1022. [CWGC]
place of birth as “Blackmoor, Essex” and residence as Doddinghurst. [SDGW]
card: E Surrey R Ptr 1022 died 21/10/18
E/1/103B p. 142
E/1/4C1 p. 55
served  France 24/3/15.
no contact address. [Ancestry]
Personal and family information:
George Miller, of Swallows Cross. (Born Blackmore. Lived in
Miller was baptised at Blackmore on 16th
November 1890. His parents were George, a
labourer, and Mary, of Swallows Cross. [ERO D/P 266/1/11]
Swallows Cross, Blackmore. (Next entry, Staines Farm).
George Miller. Head. Married. [Age] 49. Agricultural Labourer. [Born] Mountnessing.
Mary Miller. Wife. Married. [Age] 49. [Born] Blackmore.
Minnie Miller. Daughter. [Age] 16. [Born] Blackmore.
Claude Miller. Son. [Age] 14. Farm lad. [Born] Blackmore.
George Miller. Son. [Age] 12. [Born] Blackmore.
Herbert Miller. Son. [Age] 10. [Born] Blackmore.
Date of Death:
21st October 1918
Place of Burial or Commemoration:
War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: XVI. B. 36. Cemetery: Cologne Southern Cemetery. [This probably
indicates that he had died as a prisoner of war, as Allied troops did not
enter Cologne until December 1918.]
List of Sources:
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC), Essex Record Office, Ron West: who has researched those commemorated on the Doddinghurst War Memorial, Western Front Association