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William Miller "Will"

Born:
7 Iyyar 5650 (27 April 1890)
Died:
15 Tevet 5723 (11 January 1963)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
MIL8221
Other first name:
John
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
7 Iyyar 5650 (27 April 1890)

Death

Date of death:
15 Tevet 5723 (11 January 1963)
Died in combat?:
No
Place of death:
Hospital
Cause of death:
Stroke
Burial place:
Rainham Cemetary

Places

Addresses

204 Old Church Road Chingford

Synagogues

Name:
Chingford Synagogue
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Will Miller converted to Judaism before marrying on 20th June 1920. His family did not want to know him, presumably because of his conversion.

Following a motorcycle accident, which he was lucky to survive, Will had a metal plate inserted into his head.

Will's two passions were dogs, and his garden. He used to attend to his garden every Sunday morning and at the same time bath his dog. His other hobby was boxing and he was a big fan of Max Baer.

Wife Annie had a miscarriage after falling over during trying to put up some curtains. They had no children.

Family

Spouse

Annie Cohen (female)
Other surname / Maiden name:
Miller
Place of marriage:
Hackney
Country of marriage:
UK

Homefront

Occupation:
Ran a stall down Ridley Road Market, selling top quality linens

Military Record

Military service:
Navy-stationed at Wrabness (Essex)

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