Date of birth: 1889Place of birth: Eastleigh, Hampshire
Service No.: 15295
Regiment / Division: Hampshire Regiment
Battalion: 1st Battalion
Died: 12th July 1915 aged 26 years
Death Location: France
|Name:||Albert Ronald Millman|
|Birth Place:||Eastleigh, Hants|
|Death Date:||12 Jul 1915|
|Death Location:||France & Flanders|
|Type of Casualty:||Died of wounds|
|Theatre of War:||Western European Theatre|
Albert is Remembered with Honour at the Etaples Military Cemetery. His memorial reads:
“Millman, Pte. A. R., 15295. 1st Bn. Hampshire regt. Died of wounds 12th July, 1915. Age 26. Son of Elizabeth Millman of 184, Empress Rd., Southampton”
National Roll of the Great War
“Millman, A., Pte., 1st and 3rd Hampshire Regt.
He volunteered in January 1915, and in April was drafted to France. Whilst in this theatre of war he took part in the
second Battle of Ypres and was severely wounded. He died in July of the same year from the effects of his wounds,
and was entitled to the 1914 – 1915 Star, and the General Service nd Victory Medals.
184, Empress Road, St. Denys, Southampton”
Researched by Becky Lonergan November 2013.