The First World War
Officers of The Royal Canadian Regiment

Lieutenant Frederick Brenton Millett, M.C.

Soldiers of the First World War database entry - F.B. Millett, M.C.

Lieut Frederick Brenton Millett, M.C.

Lieut Frederick Brenton Millett, M.C.

Service:

M.C. Citation

SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 10 DECEMBER, 1919.

Lt. Frederick Brenton Millett, Royal Can. R., Nova Scotia R. - For conspicuous gallantry and able leadership near Mons, on 10th November, 1918. When his platoon was held up by machine-gun fire, he made a personal reconnaissance locating the post. Leading a section to the flank he rushed the post, capturing the gun and seven prisoners, and killing three others. Although severely wounded in the thigh he remained with his platoon until the objective was reached, encouraging his men by his endurance and determination.

Date of Birth - 25 Sep 1896

A studio photograph of three officers of The Royal Canadian Regiment: brothers Lieut. Rupert Murray Millett, MC, Lieut. Frederick Brenton Millett, MC, and Lieut. John Stanley Millett.

A studio photograph of the three Millett brothers, all serving in The Royal Canadian Regiment: Lieut. Rupert Murray Millett, MC, Lieut. Frederick Brenton Millett, MC, and Lieut. John Stanley Millett.
(RCR Museum photo.)

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