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Pfc. Clarence A Miller

Pfc Clarence A Miller

Company M - 134th Infantry Regiment

Clarence Areni Miller, son of Dedrick Day and Bessie Marie (Daniel) Miller, was born March 9, 1920 in Oliver Springs, Tennessee. He registered for the draft on July 3, 1941. His draft record lists him as 5’ 7” tall, weighing 130 pounds, with brown hair, brown eyes and a ruddy complexion. He was inducted into the Army December 14, 1941 at Fort Thomas, Kentucky. He served as a Light Mortar Crewman in the Mortar Platoon, Company M, 134th Infantry Regiment. Pfc Clarence A Miller was Killed in Action south of St Lo, France in the vicinity of Torigini Sur Vire on July 30, 1944. He is buried at Solway Cemetery, Solway, Tennessee.

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Thanks to Mr. Brian Davis for this information and the photos. Pfc. Clarence A. Miller is Brian Davis' great uncle.

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