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Name: MILLER, Robert Alexander Tamplin (Major)

Birth Date: 12.11.1895 Lockwood, Madras, India

Death Date: 10.7.1941 near Maala, S. Yemen, Buried in Aden British cem.

First Date: 1930

Profession: Clerk

Area: Eldama Ravine

Married: In Nairobi 1928 Maisie Chalmers Littledale b. 1910 Portsmouth, d. 5 Aug 2006 Hermanus, Western Cape (dau of Herbert Francis Littledale and later m. Frank Eric Payne 1898-1979)

Book Reference: Red 31, Hut, Rift Valley

War Service: Royal Warks. in WW1, KAR in WW2

School: Uppingham

General Information:

Rift Valley - Member of the Rift Valley Sports Club - Jan 1929 - Elected - 20 Dec 1927 - Maj. R.A.T. Miller
Gazette - 21/2/1933 - Bankruptcy Ordinance - Robert Alexander Tamplin Miller of Kelvinhaugh, Kilimani, Nairobi - Clerk - 1st Meeting of Creditors
Was an English cricketer who played for Sussex
CWGC Aden cem.
KR Register of Deaths WW2 He was dismissed from the KAR by Court Martial - died as result of gunshot wound to right temple.
Wikipedia Robert Alexander Tamplin Miller (12 November 1895 – 10 July 1941) was an English cricketer active in 1919 who played for Sussex. He was born in Travancore and died in Yemen. He appeared in twelve first-class matches as a righthanded batsman who kept wicket. He scored 191 runs with a highest score of 39 and completed nine catches with 11 stumpings.
Newspaper Index card says he was killed in action

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