This is Dundee's story of those that served in the First World War, and of the people left at home
John Roger Millar
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- Rank: Engineer Sub Lieutenant
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- Regiment/Service: H.M.S. Valiant II
- Unit/Ship: Royal Naval Reserve
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- Date of Death: 05.07.1915
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- Address: 72 New Rd, Southampton
T. M. Millar, “Glenvarloch” 6 Argyle St, Dundee
Douglas Archibald Millar
More about John Roger Millar
John and his brother Douglas were sons of Mr T.M. Millar, 6 Argyle Street, Dundee. According to the Dundee Seaman’s Roll this man served aboard H.M.S. Valiant II, and died July 5, 1915. The Morgan Academy Roll of Honour entry states that his ship was blown up when it struck a mine, but H.M.S. Valiant survived the Great War. There is also no record of this man recorded on C.W.G.C. database.
He was the brother of 2nd Lieutenant Douglas Archibald Millar, 11th Battalion Gordon Highlanders, who was killed in action 18.07.1916.
Information supplied by Gary Thomson
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