Ralph Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Miller, St Jacobs, enlisted on March 21, 1916 in London and after training there and at Camp Bordon left for overseas Aug. 7 1917 on the S.S. Grampian. Landing at Liverpool after a 10 days'trip. He spent a few weeks at the camps Purfleet and Folkstone and crossed over to Boulogne France as a Sapper near the end of Sept. 1917.
He did construction work along the front at Steinwirk, Ypres and at Passchendeale. He was near Lille on Nov. 11, 1918.
He left camp in France Feb. 26, 1919 for England and returned to Canada on the Cedric, receiving his discharge Mar. 27, 1919.