Private Sidney Thomas Miller


Another of our brave young heroes to pass silently to rest, as a result of wounds received whilst fighting his country’s enemies, is Sidney Thomas Miller, son of Mr & Mrs Miller, of Vauxhall Place, Lowfield Street, Dartford.

Admitted on March 15th to hospital in France, suffering from severe shrapnel wounds in his left arm and leg, and having already had to have the arm amputated, he lingered for thirty hours, and then passed quietly away on March 16th, and was reverently buried, with a cross to mark his last resting-place.

Sourced from the Bromley & District Times, 1917

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