Harry Frank Turnbull MILLER

Harry Frank Turnbull MILLER

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  8096

Rank?

Stations:  Woodstock?, thought to have been in the Police in Sydney after his stint in the Boer War

Service:  From  7 August 1903  to  ?

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Boer War

Unit:  2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles

Enlisted:  Friday  22 February 1901

Service #  846

Rank:  Trooper

Embarkation:  ?

Next of kin:  ?

Religion:  ?

Single / Married:  ?

Conflict:   South Africa 1899 – 1902 ( Boer War )

Discharged:  Tuesday  4 November 1902

Age: 22

Desc:  5′ 10″, Fair complexion, brown hair

Living in Merewether, Newcastle, NSW

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Awards:  South African Medal ( Queens ) with 3 clasps – issued 9 November 1903

King’s South Africa Medal with 2 clasps – issued 9 November 1903

Born5 June 1881

Died on:  Thursday  22 June 1950

Place of death?

Cause:  Suffered an illness ever since the Boer War

Age:  70 – 71?

Funeral date?

Funeral location?

Buried at?

Memorial at?

[alert_blue]HARRY is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_blue] * NOT JOB RELATED

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Funeral location:  ?

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FURTHER INFORMATION REQUIRED ON THIS MAN

You have provided a bit more info than I currently have about Henry Chadban, who is my first cousin twice removed!

I have some others in my genealogy who were also reported to be NSW Policemen, though my quick search of your site did not bring them up. I’m wondering if you have come across them?

GALLARD, Alfred – b 1870 – thought to have been in the Police in Broken Hill
McBEATH, Norman – b c1802 – thought to have been in the Police in Mudgee abt 1881
MILLER, Harry Frank Turnbull – b1881 – thought to have been in the Police in Sydney after his stint in the Boer War
I would love to know if you have anything on these men!
Thank you, once again!

Regards,
Megan Tilley

18 August 2015

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Birth:  Harry F T Miller – born 1881.  Registration # 5127/1881.  Father:  Harry  Mother:  Jane.  Born in Petersham District, NSW.

https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/

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Harry is believed to have been stationed at a One Man station for many years at Woodstock.  He has been described as a ‘big man’ and could sing.

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Registers of Police
Service No    Surname  First Name      DOB    Native Of                      Date Appointed      Reel       Item Remarks
8096             MILLER   Harry Frank    1881    New South Wales        7 Aug 1903              3043     [8/3253]

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