Private Miller Maffaking Fergusson

Service number 6082
Birth Place Australia: South Australia, Quorn
Death Date 1917-05-05
Death Place France
Final Rank Private
Service Australian Imperial Force
  • 27th Australian Infantry Battalion
  • 27th Australian Infantry Battalion
Conflict/Operation First World War, 1914-1918

Private Miller Maffaking Fergusson (6082, 27th Battalion) was a laborer from Quorn, South Australia. He joined the 27th Battalion on 9 April 1917. Only a month later, on 5 May 1917, he was wounded in action near Bapaume, and died later that day. Miller is buried in the Grevillers British Cemetery, France. His mother wrote that he was 16 years 4 months when he died, and that he had two brothers who also served in the war.



Date of enlistment 20 September 1916
Date of embarkation 06 November 1916
Date of death 05 May 1917
Date of fate 05 May 1917