Bungendore, New South Wales, Australia
- February 1932
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
- Volunteer and War worker
- Alternative Names
- Thompson, Jane Mary Elizabeth (birth name)
Jane Miller lived in Canberra from 1913 after her husband Colonel David Miller was appointed the first administrator of the Federal Capital Territory (as the ACT was called until 1938) in 1912. Early in World War I, she founded and became President of the Federal Territory War Food Fund. She also organised collections of clothes for Belgian babies and oversaw the organisation of many fundraising concerts. Her son, Selwyn Miller, served with the British Army in Palestine from 1917, returning to Australia in 1919.