William Middleton Miller

William Middleton Miller

William Middleton Miller was born on 30 August 1883 in Whitehouse, a civil parish just north of Belfast in Co Antrim, Ireland. He was the son of James Miller, a fireman, and Jane Brown and hailed from a Church of Ireland family. 

Described as a fireman, Miller was married in Belfast’s Church of St James on 30 July 1909 to Isabella Wilson (b. circa 1885). In March 1910 their first child arrived, George, and he would be followed by James in April 1911 and William in November 1914. The family appears on the 1911 census residing at 37 Kilbronan Street in north Belfast and Miller was described as an ironworks labourer. 

Miller’s ship prior to Titanic had been the Saxon. He joined Titanic at Belfast for the delivery trip to Southampton where he then disembarked.

William Miller remained at sea until at least the early 1920s but what became of him thereafter is uncertain. 
 

References and Sources

Crew Signing-On Particulars of Engagement, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (2A/45/381, A-H)
Central Index Register of Merchant Seamen
1911 Census
Search archive online

Comment and discuss

Reply Watch Thread

Credits

Gavin Bell, UK

Link and cite this biography

Encyclopedia Titanica (2020) William Middleton Miller (ref: #2385, last updated: 12th August 2020, accessed 24th September 2021 15:50:56 PM)
URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic-biography/william-miller.html

Discover More

Join the Encyclopedia Titanica Community (22k)     Join the Encyclopedia Titanica Facebook Group (12.5k)