Harry is listed on the War Memorial as one of those who gave his life during the Second World War.
Harry Miller was born at Martham in 1906 as the second child of Benjamin Charles Miller & Rose Minnie, nee Utting. He had three sisters, namely: Lilian, Eveline and Dora. When he was four, he was listed in the 1911 census living with his parents at a five roomed cottage on The Green that was situated between the Dyball’s and the White House. Something, perhaps work, took him north and he met a girl in the Durham area and married her when he was 23; she was Sarah Ann Kelly and they married in 1929 at Easington, Co. Durham. They worked together for the United Bus Company, Harry was a driver and Sarah was a ‘clippy’ as this photograph shows. They had a son called Kenneth who was born at Easington in 1930.
Harry served in the military in 1943 with the Royal Army Service Corp., 12th Indian Division. His was a driver and his serial number was T/1926841. He was killed on 25th November 1943 in Iran. He was buried in Tehran War Cemetery, Iran.