George William Victor MilesLeading SeamanV/5504Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer ReserveH.M.C.S. Qu 'AppelleJanuary 12, 1921Montreal, QuebecApril 12, 1939March 23, 194423Halifax MemorialPanel 11Commemorated on page 394 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on August 24George Miles was the son of Victor G. Miles, and Nora Miles, of Verdun, Quebec, and husband of Mary Irene (Delaney) Miles, of Sydney, Nova Scotia.Leading Seaman Miles was lost overboard at sea from H.M.C.S. Qu 'Appelle at 7:10 am on Thursday, March 23, 1944. He was holding on to the life line lanyard on the port side of the upper deck with other members of the watch for the purpose of securing the scrambling net. A heavy sea struck the ship causing it to list heavily to the port side and the deck was completely submerged. Leading Seaman Miles and Petty Officer Jerome Garfield Dougherty were carried overboard. An extensive search was made without success.