Source

Source for:   Joseph Dowling Hardy,   8 JAN 1864 - 23 OCT 1890         Index

Name source:    S260
Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

Name source:    S519
Page:   John_Hardy_Family_Tree

Text:   Record for Joseph Dowling Hardy
2014-05-13 http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=pubmembertrees&h=-1850136017&indiv=try
Page:   Matthews/Ferns/Murdoch/Murphy Tree

Text:   Record for Joseph Dowling HARDY - 2014-05-13 http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=pubmembertrees&h=1118543581&indiv=try

Birth source:    S312
Page:   State Archives NSW; Series: 2925; Item: 4/6619; Roll: 343

Text:   Record for Joseph Hardy
Accidentally Drowned at Cuttabri, nr Narrabri

Birth source:    S260
Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

Birth source:    S519
Page:   John_Hardy_Family_Tree

Text:   Record for Joseph Dowling Hardy
2014-05-13 http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=pubmembertrees&h=-1850136017&indiv=try
Page:   Matthews/Ferns/Murdoch/Murphy Tree

Text:   Record for Joseph Dowling HARDY - 2014-05-13 http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=pubmembertrees&h=1118543581&indiv=try

Burial source:    S519
Page:   John_Hardy_Family_Tree

Text:   Record for Joseph Dowling Hardy
2014-05-13 http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=pubmembertrees&h=-1850136017&indiv=try
Page:   Matthews/Ferns/Murdoch/Murphy Tree

Text:   Record for Joseph Dowling HARDY - 2014-05-13 http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=pubmembertrees&h=1118543581&indiv=try

Burial source:    S562
Page:   Accession Number - 04/008917 - HARDY Described as the data used by Emily Hertel in the creation of her book of Robert & Dinah
n Australia Condolence Card for Joseph Dowling Hardy

Probate source:    S127
Page:   1892 - Probate announcement Joseph Dowling Hardy - The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW - 1842 - 1954) - Friday 27 May 1892

Death source:    S312
Page:   State Archives NSW; Series: 2925; Item: 4/6619; Roll: 343

Text:   Record for Joseph Hardy
Accidentally Drowned at Cuttabri, nr Narrabri

Death source:    S260
Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

Death source:    S519
Page:   John_Hardy_Family_Tree

Text:   Record for Joseph Dowling Hardy
2014-05-13 http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=pubmembertrees&h=-1850136017&indiv=try
Page:   Matthews/Ferns/Murdoch/Murphy Tree

Text:   Record for Joseph Dowling HARDY - 2014-05-13 http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=pubmembertrees&h=1118543581&indiv=try

Death source:    S262
Page:   Death - 8640/1890 HARDY JOSEPH D ROBERT MARY NARRABRI

Name source:    S312
Page:   State Archives NSW; Series: 2925; Item: 4/6619; Roll: 343

Text:   Record for Joseph Hardy
Accidentally Drowned at Cuttabri, nr Narrabri
Page:   State Archives NSW; Series: 2925; Item: 4/6619; Roll: 343

Text:   Record for Joseph Hardy
Accidentally Drowned at Cuttabri, nr Narrabri

Name source:    S260
Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

Name source:    S519
Page:   John_Hardy_Family_Tree

Text:   Record for Joseph Dowling Hardy
2014-05-13 http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=pubmembertrees&h=-1850136017&indiv=try
Page:   Matthews/Ferns/Murdoch/Murphy Tree

Text:   Record for Joseph Dowling HARDY - 2014-05-13 http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=pubmembertrees&h=1118543581&indiv=try


Source

Source for:   Harry Frank Turnbull Miller,   5 JUN 1881 - 22 JUN 1950         Index

Name source:    S130
Page:   ComberEdward1820.FTW

Name source:    S260
Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

Name source:    S178
Page:   Database online.

Name source:    S325

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Sep 2005

Name source:    S399
Page:   Hertel, Emily. (1981). Robert and Dinah Hardy in Australia 1827-1981. Coonamble, N.S.W : The story of Robert Hardy and his descendants who settled in the Narrabri area of NSW. (1981 - 101 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.). NL 929.20994 H573 Copy: (pbk)

[2014-05-17]

Event source:    S262
Page:   Birth - 5127/1881 MILLER HARRY F T HARRY JANE PETERSHAM

Text:   1881, 1881/5127, Harry Frank Turnbull Miller, Father Harry, Mother Jane Miller, at Brown Street, St Peters

Occupation source:    S121
Page:   Register of Police

Text:   Registers of Police
ServiceNoSurnameFirstName DOBNativeOf DateAppointedReelItemRemarks
8096 MILLERHarry Frank1881New South Wales7 Aug 19033043[8/3253]-

Occupation source:    S940
Page:   Posted information on this site regarding Harry Frank Turnbull Miller - August 18th, 2015 Harry Frank Turnbull MILLER New South Wales Police Force Regd. # 8096 Rank: ? Stations: Woodstock?, thought to have been in the Police in Sydney after his stint in the Boer War Service: From 7 August 1903 to ? Boer War Unit: 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles Enlisted: Friday 22 February 1901 Service # 846 Rank: Trooper Embarkation: ? Next of kin: ? Religion: ? Single / Married: ? Conflict: South Africa 1899 – 1902 ( Boer War ) Discharged: Tuesday 4 November 1902 Age: 22 Desc: 5′ 10″, Fair complexion, brown hair Living in Merewether, Newcastle, NSW Awards: South African Medal ( Queens ) with 3 clasps – issued 9 November 1903 King’s South Africa Medal with 2 clasps – issued 9 November 1903 Born: 5 June 1881 Died on: Thursday 22 June 1950 Place of death: ? Cause: Suffered an illness ever since the Boer War Age: 70 – 71? Funeral date: ? Funeral location: ? Buried at: ? Memorial at: ? HARRY is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance * NOT JOB RELATED Funeral location: ?

Text:   FURTHER INFORMATION REQUIRED ON THIS MAN

You have provided a bit more info than I currently have about Henry Chadban, who is my first cousin twice removed

I have some others in my genealogy who were also reported to be NSW Policemen, though my quick search of your site did not bring them up. I’m wondering if you have come across them?

GALLARD, Alfred – b 1870 – thought to have been in the Police in Broken Hill
McBEATH, Norman – b c1802 – thought to have been in the Police in Mudgee abt 1881
MILLER, Harry Frank Turnbull – b1881 – thought to have been in the Police in Sydney after his stint in the Boer War
I would love to know if you have anything on these men
Thank you, once again

Regards,
Megan Tilley

18 August 2015

Birth: Harry F T Miller – born 1881. Registration # 5127/1881. Father: Harry Mother: Jane. Born in Petersham District, NSW.

https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/

Harry is believed to have been stationed at a One Man station for many years at Woodstock. He has been described as a ‘big man’ and could sing.

Registers of Police
Service No Surname First Name DOB Native Of Date Appointed Reel Item Remarks
8096 MILLER Harry Frank 1881 New South Wales 7 Aug 1903 3043 [8/3253]

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Denis McDONALD
25/09/2015
In "Articles"
Norman McBEATH
18/08/2015
In "Deceased Police"
Alfred GALLARD
18/08/2015
In "Deceased Police" https://www.australianpolice.com.au/harry-frank-turnbull-miller/

Birth source:    S325

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Sep 2005

Birth source:    S130
Page:   ComberEdward1820.FTW

Birth source:    S260
Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

Birth source:    S262
Page:   Birth - 5127/1881 MILLER HARRY F T HARRY JANE PETERSHAM

Text:   1881, 1881/5127, Harry Frank Turnbull Miller, Father Harry, Mother Jane Miller, at Brown Street, St Peters

Birth source:    S178
Page:   Database online.

Burial source:    S260

Text:   Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005 Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

Burial source:    S325

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Sep 2005

Burial source:    S260
Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

Burial source:    S130
Page:   ComberEdward1820.FTW

Burial source:    S262
Page:   Death - 8344/1950 MILLER HARRY FRANK TURNBULL HENRY JANE PADDINGTON 1950/8344, 22 June 1950, Harry Frank Turnbull Miller

Burial source:    S244
Page:   Rookwood CoE Cemetery - Section 13, Grave Site 2587

Burial source:    S329
Page:   MILLER Harry Frank Turnbull Death notice 22JUN1950 Death 69 late of Bondi Sydney Morning Herald 23JUN1950

Page:   MILLER Harry Frank Turnbull Death notice 22JUN1950 Death 69 late of Bondi Sydney Morning Herald 23JUN1950

Death source:    S260

Text:   Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005 Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

Death source:    S325

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Sep 2005

Death source:    S130
Page:   ComberEdward1820.FTW

Death source:    S260
Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

Death source:    S262
Page:   Death - 8344/1950 MILLER HARRY FRANK TURNBULL HENRY JANE PADDINGTON 1950/8344, 22 June 1950, Harry Frank Turnbull Miller

Death source:    S329
Page:   MILLER Harry Frank Turnbull Death notice 22JUN1950 Death 69 late of Bondi Sydney Morning Herald 23JUN1950

Occupation source:    S262
Page:   Death - 8143/1933 MILLER STANLEY R HARRY F ISABELLA S NEWTOWN

Text:   Death - 1933/008143, 23 April 1933, Stanley Robert MILLER
Page:   Death - 1962/026367, 6 September 1962, Mildred Elizabeth Isabella STANBURY

Page:   Death - 1966/003098, 6 Jun 1966, Alan Edgar MILLER

Residence source:    S348
Page:   Paper created for Class 7M school homework entitled "Family Heritage"

_MIL    S308
Page:   Office of the High Commissioner, London - Central Army Records Office, Albert Park Barracks, Melbourne (dated 30 Dec 1966)

Text:   Handwritten note on typed letter re EX-846 HARRY FRANK TURNBULL MILLER -SOUTH AFRICAN WAR

Medal issue on page 176 of NSW Register of Medals & Clasps at Archives MP744 S51 (or 551) 180 [initialled "W"?] 16/7/1967

[page 5 of 9 of National Archives of Australia online entry]

_MIL    S325

Text:   Date of Import: 18 Sep 2005

_MIL    S130
Page:   ComberEdward1820.FTW

_MIL    S260
Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

_MIL    S74
Page:   Reel B1584
Australian Army Records, Register of issue of Medals and Clasps (Date: 1902;), National Archives of Australia - Reel B1584.

_MIL    S460
Page:   For an Australian BOER WAR MEMORIAL - Australian Contingents to the Boer War

Text:   FIFTH NEW SOUTH WALES CONTINGENT

2ND NSW MOUNTED RIFLES

Original strength: 1050
Subunits: five mounted rifle squadrons and one machine-gun section
Commanding officer: Lieutenant-Colonel H. B. Lassetter
Left for South Africa: c. 17 March 1901 on Custodian (solely 2NSWMR) and Maplemore balance including MG Section, Antillian 5 April 1901, Draft 1 (NSWMR) Imperial Draft Contingent (reinforcements for 2 and 3NSWMR).
Service: April 1901 - April 1902 in west then east Transvaal under Ingouville Williams
Fatal casualties: c. 30 killed, died of wounds or died of disease
Decorations: one CB (Lassetter), one DSO (R. C. Holman), two DCMs (G. L. Hobson, J. Wasson), 18 men received Queen Alexandra’s pipes.
Returned to Australia: 4 June 1902
Useful sources: machine-gun section record book, J. M. Antill papers and D. McDonald notebook (Australian War Memorial, AWM1 4/10, 3DRL/3607 and 3DRL/6666)

_MIL    S196
Page:   Boer War Nominal Roll - Harry Frank Miller

Text:   Service number: 846

Rank: Trooper

Unit: 2 NSW MNTD RIFLES

Conflict: South Africa, 1899-1902 (Boer War)

State: NSW

Source: Murray page number - 118

_MIL    S618
Page:   Unit information: Australian units 2nd NSW Mounted Rifles

Text:   THE strength of the 2nd NSW Mounted Rifles, Lieutenant Colonel Lassetter commanding, was, on sailing, 709 all ranks. They arrived in South Africa at the end of March 1901. The 2nd and 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles formed the fifth contingent or contribution of the colony.

Lord Kitchener in his despatch, 8th May 1901, para 11, remarks that a fresh column of mounted Australian troops was, in April, organised at Klerksdorp in the Transvaal, under Lieutenant Colonel E C Williams, to reinforce General Babington. The appendix to the despatch of 8th July 1901 shows that the column was, in May, composed of 2nd NSW Mounted Rifles, 526; 3rd NSW Bushmen, 229; 21st Battalion Mounted Infantry, 432; 78th Battery Royal Field Artillery, 2 guns; Elswick Battery, 1 gun; 'A' Battery Royal Australian Artillery, 2 guns; 2 sections of pom-poms; 192 men of the 2nd Cheshire Regiment; Australian Medical Corps; and 7th company Royal Engineers.

Colonel Williams' column, in the beginning of May, took part in operations in the south-west of the Transvaal, and on the 10th had sharp fighting, when Lieutenant E Lamb and 4 men were killed and 7 wounded. On the 15th Captain M'Lean, of the 2nd Mounted Rifles, was severely wounded at Koranafontein. "On the 24th, on the right bank of the Vaal, near Klerksdorp, this force had a successful action with Yan Rensburg's Commando, in the course of which 24 prisoners, 6200 rounds of ammunition, and 30 ox-waggons were taken". Thirty-five Burghers surrendered on the march back. Throughout June and July the column was in the Western Transvaal. In the end of June and first half of July, along with three other columns, all under General Fetherstonhaugb, Williams marched through the Megaliesberg to Zeerust and back to Klerksdorp. There were many sharp skirmishes, and a fair number of prisoners were taken. Another long march to the western railway and back was next undertaken. On 19th August Williams, hearing that a Boer convoy was to the north of him, sent his waggons in another direction to deceive the enemy; "then with his Australians, New South Wales MR, and Bushmen, made a rapid night march" towards the Boers. "After a gallop of 12 miles he was able to ride down and capture the whole convoy, with 18 prisoners, 65 waggons", and much stock. On this occasion the column covered 60 miles in twenty-seven hours. In September and October the same kind of thing went on—the column always doing well and keeping out of mishaps. On 20th October 1901 Williams and his "600 Australians" (the Mounted Infantry and Cheshires had left the column) were railed from Klerksdorp to the Eastern Transvaal, and on the 26th drove in a Boer picket and took 50 prisoners and much stock. The next day the very difficult Witnek defile was forced. "The enemy held the pass in some strength, and brought a pom-pom into action. The energetic advance of our troops, however, eventually forced him to abandon his strong position, and he finally fled, leaving 5 dead on the ground". In the pass, which is 6 miles long, a few prisoners were taken. Williams was now brought to the east of Pretoria, and moved first to Leeuwkop and then to Pienaars River Station. In November and December he was working south of Wonderfontein on the Delagoa line, and took part in the very successful operations of General Bruce Hamilton. On the 6th December Williams had stiff fighting at Weltevreden, killing 5 and capturing 12 of the enemy. Throughout December and four following months many night marches were undertaken, often with luck. On one occasion the force fought a successful action and marched 60 miles within forty-eight hours. During these last months of the war the mobile columns had terribly hard work, and few of them came out better than that of Colonel E C Williams. On the whole, it escaped with wonderfully few casualties.

About the end of April 1902, immediately after a very successful movement, "the column was broken up, the Over-Sea Colonials of whom it was composed having completed their period of service in South Africa". In Lord Kitchener's despatch of 1st June 1902 (see New Zealand - 8th Contingent), a corps, there designated 3rd New South Wales Bushmen, is mentioned, but doubtless the General meant to refer to one of the New South Wales battalions of Commonwealth Horse.

The bulk of the 2nd NSW Mounted Rifles, under Lieutenant Colonel Lassetter, arrived at Sydney on 5th June while the Peace celebrations were in progress, and got a magnificent reception. http://www.angloboerwar.com/unit-information/australian-units/166-new-south-wales/385-2nd-nsw-mounted-rifles

_MIL    S127
Page:   Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Monday 23 December 1901 page 5 of 8 Letter From The Front - Trooper H F Miller Writes [source TROVE] 2015-06-17

Text:   Trooper H. F. Miller, of the Second New South Wales Mounted Rifles, writes to Mr Geo. Hall from Klerksdorp, in the Transvaal, as follows:- We have a good deal of hardship to contend with here, and the life is very dreary and monotonous. It is not so bad, however, as when we first went on to the veldt. We started in the depth of winter, and I never before experienced such intense cold as that we experienced on our first trek. We had no tents for shelter from the wind, which blew with frightful persistency every night, and in consequence we had to lie shivering under two miserable blankets from sunset to reville. Sometimes we were not lucky enough to turn in at night, rarely getting more than one night in two, the alternate night finding us on outpost duty. Firewood is very scarce about the South-western Transvaal, and you can very seldom get enough to boil a billy. It is six months today since we landed in South Africa, but the time passes so quickly that it seems only like six weeks. A good many of the men are grumbling, but these are the class how cannot put up with hardships. Writing on October 30 to his mother, Mrs E. T. Williams, of Merewether, Trooper Miller says: - We went into camp at Klerksdorp for a fortnight, but at 3 am on the morning of the 23rd were called out and ordered to entrain. It has been raining all night and the water was running six inches deep over the tent floors. We started in the dark, wet through, and rode through the pouring rain to the town where we had to wait two hours for the train. We made the journey in open trucks and reached Pretoria at 3am the following day, eventually camping on the battle field of Diamond Hill. There we learned that Colonel Thomson’s column had been driven in twice by Viljoen, who was in great force at Waggon Drift. We started out in pursuit, catching up with Colonel Thompson’s column 8 miles out, where we left our convoy and arrived at Waggon Drift at daylight the next morning. There we came in touch with the enemy, and after a considerable chase, killed two, wounded three and captured 15, nearly all of them being Free State Artillerymen. In their hurry to escape the Boers had left their belongings, which we burned and then rode back to Colonel Thompson’s column. Next day we captured a Boer Laager containing 35 waggons and 42 prisoners after a hard day’s fighting. Page identifier http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page15183252 APA citation [No heading]. (1901, December 23). Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , p. 5. Retrieved June 17, 2015, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page15183252 MLA citation "[No heading]." Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate(NSW : 1876 - 1954) 23 Dec 1901: 5. Web. 17 Jun 2015 . Harvard/Australian citation 1901 '[No heading].', Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , 23 December, p. 5, viewed 17 June, 2015, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page15183252 Wikipedia citation {{cite news |url=http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article0 |title=[No heading]. |newspaper=[[The_Newcastle_Herald|Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) ]] |location=NSW |date=23 December 1901 |accessdate=17 June 2015 |page=5 |publisher=National Library of Australia}} http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/138483927#pstart15183252

Name source:    S156

Text:   Record for Stanley R Miller http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=AusDeathIndex&h=3994418&indiv=try

_MIL    S127
Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
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Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
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Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

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Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
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Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

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Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

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Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

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Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

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Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

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Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

Text:   Obtained from David James (Lucas) Miller 2015-12-06
Page:   Scooping, Sweeping and Fighting article - possibly from a book 4 pages in total

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Occupation source:    S121
Page:   Register of Police

Text:   Registers of Police
ServiceNoSurnameFirstName DOBNativeOf DateAppointedReelItemRemarks
8096 MILLERHarry Frank1881New South Wales7 Aug 19033043[8/3253]-

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Page:   Posted information on this site regarding Harry Frank Turnbull Miller - August 18th, 2015 Harry Frank Turnbull MILLER New South Wales Police Force Regd. # 8096 Rank: ? Stations: Woodstock?, thought to have been in the Police in Sydney after his stint in the Boer War Service: From 7 August 1903 to ? Boer War Unit: 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles Enlisted: Friday 22 February 1901 Service # 846 Rank: Trooper Embarkation: ? Next of kin: ? Religion: ? Single / Married: ? Conflict: South Africa 1899 – 1902 ( Boer War ) Discharged: Tuesday 4 November 1902 Age: 22 Desc: 5′ 10″, Fair complexion, brown hair Living in Merewether, Newcastle, NSW Awards: South African Medal ( Queens ) with 3 clasps – issued 9 November 1903 King’s South Africa Medal with 2 clasps – issued 9 November 1903 Born: 5 June 1881 Died on: Thursday 22 June 1950 Place of death: ? Cause: Suffered an illness ever since the Boer War Age: 70 – 71? Funeral date: ? Funeral location: ? Buried at: ? Memorial at: ? HARRY is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance * NOT JOB RELATED Funeral location: ?

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You have provided a bit more info than I currently have about Henry Chadban, who is my first cousin twice removed

I have some others in my genealogy who were also reported to be NSW Policemen, though my quick search of your site did not bring them up. I’m wondering if you have come across them?

GALLARD, Alfred – b 1870 – thought to have been in the Police in Broken Hill
McBEATH, Norman – b c1802 – thought to have been in the Police in Mudgee abt 1881
MILLER, Harry Frank Turnbull – b1881 – thought to have been in the Police in Sydney after his stint in the Boer War
I would love to know if you have anything on these men
Thank you, once again

Regards,
Megan Tilley

18 August 2015

Birth: Harry F T Miller – born 1881. Registration # 5127/1881. Father: Harry Mother: Jane. Born in Petersham District, NSW.

https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/

Harry is believed to have been stationed at a One Man station for many years at Woodstock. He has been described as a ‘big man’ and could sing.

Registers of Police
Service No Surname First Name DOB Native Of Date Appointed Reel Item Remarks
8096 MILLER Harry Frank 1881 New South Wales 7 Aug 1903 3043 [8/3253]

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Denis McDONALD
25/09/2015
In "Articles"
Norman McBEATH
18/08/2015
In "Deceased Police"
Alfred GALLARD
18/08/2015
In "Deceased Police" https://www.australianpolice.com.au/harry-frank-turnbull-miller/

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Text:   Record for Stanley R Miller http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=AusDeathIndex&h=3994418&indiv=try

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Page:   ComberEdward1820.FTW

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Megan Tilley and others, WebSearches - LDS, RootsWeb, etc, Web/Internet, Date of Import: 27 Nov 2005.

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Page:   Database online.

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Text:   Date of Import: 18 Sep 2005

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Page:   Hertel, Emily. (1981). Robert and Dinah Hardy in Australia 1827-1981. Coonamble, N.S.W : The story of Robert Hardy and his descendants who settled in the Narrabri area of NSW. (1981 - 101 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.). NL 929.20994 H573 Copy: (pbk)

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