Harold Millett

Memorial: Frampton Cotterell - St. Peter’s Church

Regiment: Army Cyclists Corps

Medals: British War Medal, Next of Kin Memorial Plaque 1914 - 1921, Victory Medal

Rank and number: Private 21340

Parents: Albert and Elizabeth Millett

Home address: 4 School Road, Frampton Cotterell, Bristol

Date of birth: 1896

Place of birth: Frampton Cotterell, Bristol

Date of death: 19/10/1918

Buried/Commemorated at: Highland Cemetery, Le Cateau, France (XII.A.6)

Age: 22

Further information:

Harold Millett was born in Bristol in 1896. He was adopted and his previous surname may have been Tucker. He lived with Albert and Elizabeth Millett at 4 School Road, Frampton Cotterell and then in Clyde Road, Frampton Cotterell. His adopted father worked as a railway labourer and was born in Frampton Cotterell.

Harold served with the Northamptonshire Regiment and then the 9th Battalion, Army Cyclist Corps as a private. He was Killed in Action on the 19th October 1918 at the age of 22 years. Harold Millett is buried at the Highland Cemetery, Le Cateau, France (Ref. XII. A. 6).

Harold Millett is remembered on the Frampton Cotterell St Peter's Church War Memorial and the Chipping Sodbury and District War Memorial Cottage Hospital board, now at Yate and District Heritage Centre, under Frampton Cotterell.

By kind permission, this information is based on the following source(s):

Yate and District Heritage Centre and Forces War Records