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RAMC profile of:
Frederick Richard MILLER M.D.
 
 


Place or Date
of Birth:
1866

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TF Number:

Rank: Maj

Unit: 6th London Divisional Field Ambulance

Attached To: 2/6th London Field Ambulance

Enlistment Location:

Also Served: D.A.D.M.S. - 60th Division

Outcome: Accidentally killed

Date Died: 04/02/1916
Age Died: 50

Where Buried and/or Commemorated: UK - Bournemouth (Wimborne Road) Cemetery, Hampshire

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Frederick received his medical education at Bartholomew’s Hospital - entering as a student in 1882, he obtained the diplomas of M.R.C.S., L.S.A. in 1886, L.R.C.P. in 1887, and graduated M.D. in 1889. He went into practice in Kensington, then became clinical assistant in the Royal Ear Hospital. He also became president of the Brussels Medical Graduates’ Association and a member of the Red Cross Society of Madrid. Frederick obtained a commission the the R.A.M.C. (T.F.), 6th London Divisional Field Ambulance, and was attached to the 2/6th London Field Ambulance. On 22nd February 1915, he was given the post of D.A.D.M.S. to the 60th Division. He died at Alum Cline Towers, Bournemouth as the result of an accident. He was the younger son of T Lantear Miller of Cape Town.


 
 
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