Paul James Miller was born on 10 January 1918, Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee, the son of Samuel Miler. He was married with Laura Ellen Huneycutt .
Died 4 January 1945, Luxembourg

Pvt Miller is buried in Section D, Monte Vista Memorial Park, at Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee.

The Johnson City Press, 28 January 1945
The War Department has notified Mrs. Laura H. Miller of 902 Queen street her husband, Pvt. Paul J. Miller, was killed in action in Luxembourg January. He had been overseas only  18 days at the time of his death. Private Miller, who would have been 25 years old January 10, was inducted into the Army April 10, 1944, and trained at Camp Shelby, Miss., and Camp Wheeler, Ga. He was a member of an Infantry outfit. Surviving besides the widow are his father, Sam Miller of the Keystone section; stepmother, Mrs. Ethel Miller; three sons, Sammy Dean, 5, Charles Edward, 3, and Ronnie James, 1½; four sisters, Mrs. Kathleen Walker of 909 East Myrtle avenue, Mrs. Ruby Byrd of Huntington, W.Va., Miss Dorothy Miller of Bristol and Mrs. Bertha Gobble of Hattiesburg, Miss., and a brother, Charlie Miller of Market street extension.

  • Rank: Private
  • Date of birth:
  • 10 January 1918
  • Date of death: 4 January 1945
  • County: Washington
  • Hometown: Johnson City
  • Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
  • Division/Assignment: 22nd Infantry Regiment
  • Theater: Europe
  • Conflict: World War II
  • Awards: Purple Heart
  • Burial/Memorial Location: Monte Vista Memorial Park, Johnson City, Washington County, TN
  • Location In Memorial: Pillar XIX, Middle Panel
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