Quetta: Monuments and Inscriptions : Baluchistan, Pakistan
Transcriptions of inscriptions on headstones from the British cemeteries in Quetta, Baluchistan, Pakistan. Mostly the graves of British soldiers, but includes some missionaries, business persons and civil servants and their families.
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The Story of Uriah
Analyses of the Cemetery Burials
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1st Battalion 2nd Battalion Aged Aged 22 yrs Albert Alfred Arthur asleep Battery beloved wife Bombadier BORDER REGIMENT Born brother Captain cemetery Charles child Colonel Company comrades concrete earthquake grave Corps darling daughter dear dearly beloved dearly loved death Deeply departed died at Quetta Died Quetta DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY Edward Elizabeth Erected Ernest father Frederick George gone Gunner heart heaven Henry Herbert Hugh HW COX IMTIAZALY Infant James Jesus John JONES Joseph Killed LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS Lance Corporal Lieutenant Lord loving memory Major Margaret Mary mother mths NCOs officers passed peace plain concrete earthquake Private Railway rest Rifles Robert ROYAL ARTILLERY ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY Sacred Sergeant SMITH sorrowing South Squadron RAF Staff stone Thomas UNNAMED REGIMENT unto William WILSON