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Earl Glawson Miller Rank: Stoker Service No: 21692 Service: Royal Canadian Navy   H.M.C.S. Ottawa   Date of Birth: March 11, 1919 Place of Birth: Halifax, NS Date of Enlistment: December 4, 1939 Place of Enlistment: Halifax, NS Address At Enlistment: Halifax, NS   Age at Enlistment: 21 Height: 5 Feet, 8 ½ inches Weight: 133 lbs Complexion: Fair Eyes: Blue Hair: Blone Previous Military: Nelson Sea Cadets for 12 years Trade: Clerk Martial Status: Single Religion: Presbyterian Next of Kin: Benjamin Miller [Brother] Halifax, NS Earl Glawson Miller was the son of Frederick C. P. Miller, and of Bessie M. Miller of Halifax, Nova Scotia.  He served on the mine-layer HMCS Sankaty between September 25, 1940 and November 5, 1940 and was transferred to HMCS Niagara where he served between November 5, 1940 and July 11, 1941. He then served on HMCS Ottawa from January 5, 1942 and was lost at sea when  the ship was torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U-91 on September 13, 1942.  114 crewmen lost their lives.   Date of Death: September 13, 1942 Age at Death: 23 Memorial: Halifax Memorial (Nova Scotia, Canada) Memorial Reference: Panel 5. The 77th name on the WWII list of the Yarmouth War Memorial Commemorated on page 99 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on March 3 Sources and Information: Commonwealth War Graves Commission Veterans Affairs Canada  http://www.cnrs-scrn.org/northern_mariner/vol02/tnm_2_2_1-27.pdf  
Earl Glawson Miller
HMCS Ottawa