Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, EVIIR awarded to Private Robert Henry Miller, Royal Army Medical Corps, who served aboard the H.M.S. Hospital Ship “Spartan” during the Boer War; (7866 Pte. R.H. Miller. R.A.M.C.), suspension a little slack, edge bumps, toned good.
Robert Henry Miller attested for the Medical Staff Corps on the 1st September 1887 giving his age as 19 years 6 months and his profession as a Clerk. He served from 1887 to the 25th September 1898 when he re-engaged to complete 21 years’ service with the Royal Army Medical Corps. He served Home 29th August 1887 to 12th July 1889; Egypt 13th July 1889 – 10th September 1889; Malta 11th September 1889 to 19th January 1895; Home 20th January 1898 to 8th October 1899; South Africa 9th October 1899 to 5th January 1902; Home 6th January 1902 to 28th August 1908 when he was discharged after exactly 21 years-service.
His Service in South Africa with the RAMC was with No7 Stationary Hospital and Hospital Ship “Spartan”.
He was awarded the Queen’s South Africa Medal with three clasps, Natal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 and the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal awarded in Army Order 90 of 1906.