George Ralph AWMM
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23 December 1874 AWMM
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Mrs Henry John Miller, Fernbrook, Oamaru, New Zealand AWMM
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Miller was present at Kimberley Camp in February 1900. He was captured at Koornspruit in March, 1900, and released at Pretoria in June, 1900. (Stowers, p.170)
Miller joined the Provisional Transvaal Constabulary from July to October 1900.
He left South Africa aboard the S.S 'Orient'.
Miller later accepted a commission in the Royal Horse Artillery and sailed in August, 1901, for London to join his regiment. (Stowers, p.170)
In 1905 Miller was a Lieutenant in the 92 Royal Field Artillery at Aldershot.
He married Violet Mary Teschemaker of Karo Hill, Otago in 1916 and they had two sons.
Miller also served in the First World War and was awarded the Distinguished Service Order. In World War Two he commanded a Home Guard unit and was made Colonel in 1945. AWMM
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- St Clair Inglis, A. (c1902). Souvenir Album of the first New Zealand Contingent South African War. Auckland, N.Z.: Arthur Cleave & Co. AWMM
- Stowers, R. (1992). Kiwi versus Boer : the First New Zealand Mounted Rifles in the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902. Hamilton, N.Z.: R. Stowers. AWMM
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