CFHS code : MG185

Parish : St Mary the Great

Inscription : In Memory of a dear father ELIAS MILLER d 27 Mar 1942 aged 71 also beloved mother FRANCES HARRIET d 25 Jan 1959 aged 86 also memories of their youngest son Lieut RONALD ELVIN MILLER Essex Regt killed in action 18 July 1944 aged 30 buried at the British Military Cemetery Bayeux France

Monument : Headstone/Kerb stones

Above information from Cambridge Family History Society Survey

Lat Lon : 52.202062, 0.13830852 – click here for location

Miller grave
Miller monument
Miller inscription
Miller inscription

Monument

This headstone with kerb stones and flower holder, in the parish area of St Mary the Great, is located between the eastern path and the eastern boundary wall, about halfway between the southern end of the cemetery and the cross path to the centre circle.

Inscription

‘In memory of a dear father Elias Miller
who died Mar 27th 1942 aged 71 years’

‘And a beloved mother Frances Harriet,
who died Jan 25th 1959, aged 86 years’

‘Also memories of their youngest son
Lieut. Ronald Elvin Miller, Essex Regt
killed in action July 18th 1944, aged 30 years
buried at the British Military Cemetery Bayeux France’
Reunited

Elias  Miller (d 1942)

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Frances Harriet Miller (d 1959)

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Ronald Elvin MillerWW2 soldier – see also Life Story page

Ronald Elvin Miller was the son of Elias and Frances Miller of Cambridge (both buried in this grave), and husband of Mercy Miller.

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Source:
War Graves Photographic Project

By Ian Bent

Elias Miller; Frances Harriet Miller; Ronald Elvin Miller