Frank Miles

Died aged unknown

George Francis Miles (22 April 1852 – 15 July 1891) was a London-based British artist who specialised in pastel portraits of society ladies, also an architect and a keen plantsman. He was artist in chief to the magazine Life, and between 1877 and 1887 he contributed text and botanical illustrations to The Garden, a weekly journal published in London by William Robinson.

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murderer of Mildred Miles

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The Murderers Public House The Murderers/Gardeners Arms Public House is unusual in that it has two names. The Murderers name commemorates events that took place here in June 1895, when Frank Miles murdered his estranged wife Mildred, who lived here with her mother. He was given the death penalty, but this was later commuted to life imprisonment after public outcry, on the grounds that he had been provoked. Frank died in Parkhurst prison in 1905.

The Murderers pub, Timberhill, Norwich, United Kingdom where they murdered his estranged wife Mildred