BRITISH ARMY 1800 - 1900

   

Valletta from the Ghargur Battery. c. 1800

The names of soldiers on this list have been gathered at random from a variety of sources. Names will be continually added and updated versions will be regularly posted. Men of the Royal Marines, and the Royal Navy have their own files.

 

Annie M. ABBOTT, born in Malta about 1875, the daughter of Adolphus and Margaret Abbott. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Leeds, Yorkshire. Her father was QMS Royal Engineers

Frederick G. ABBOTT, born in Malta about 1872, the son of Adolphus and Margaret Abbott. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Leeds, Yorkshire. His father was QMS Royal Engineers

George Henry ABBOTT, born in Malta about 1876, the son of John Hawkshaw Abbott. In 1881 living with his father and family in Hambleton, Yorkshire. His father was a Chelsea Pensioner

James ABBOTT, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, the son of Robert Abbott, married 2nd January 1886 to, Ellen Eliza MASSEY, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Walter Massey

John Hawkshaw ABBOTT, aged 34 years, widower, from Leeds, Yorkshire, the son of John and Mary Abbott, Staff-Sergeant, A.S.C., married 29th May 1873, to Antonia FARRUGIA, minor, with her parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of George and Mary Farrugia

Lillian M. ABBOTT, born in Malta about 1873, the daughter of Adolphus and Margaret Abbott. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Leeds, Yorkshire. Her father was QMS Royal Engineers

Mary Ann ABBOTT, born in Malta about 1875, the daughter of John Hawskshaw Abbott. In 1881 living with her father and family in Hambleton, Yorkshire. Her father was a Chelsea Pensioner

Sir Ralph ABERCROMBIE, led the expedition to liberate Egypt from Napoleon's troops in December 1800. He died of his wounds, and his body was returned to Malta for burial. An impressive funeral took place on Wednesday 29th April 1801

Thomas ABERN, died 14th May 1860. 3rd Regiment. He was in Corradino prison charged with stabbing a comrade. Committed suicide by hanging himself with the rope of his hammock

Charles Richard ABRAHAM, born 22nd November 1869, son of James and Annie Abraham, nee LANE, Sapper, Royal Engineers

Harriet ABRAHAM, born 10th October 1868, daughter of James and Annie Abraham, nee LANE. Sapper, Royal Engineers

John ABRAHAM, died 29th June 1803, 35th Regiment

Mary Ann ABRAHAM, born 18th March 1867, daughter of James and Annie Abraham, nee LANE, Sapper, Royal Engineers

Kathleen Eliza ACHESON, born 5th March 1856, the daughter of Emma Elizabeth and Captain Alfred Acheson, 1st Regiment, British-Italian Legion

Edward ACKING, died 29th July 1803, 20th Regiment

William ACKROYD, aged 28 years, bachelor, Private, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, the son of William Ackroyd deceased, married 12th May 1899 to, Ada DIPPER, aged 21 years, spinster, Servant, the daughter of Thomas Dipper

Walter ACLAND, aged 25 years, bachelor, Sergeant, North Staffordshire Regiment, the son of Walter Acland, married 22nd May 1894, to Maude TIDBURY, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of James Tidbury

John ACRES, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 17th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

ACTON, born Friday 13th May 1850, a daughter to the wife of Captain Charles Acton, Royal Engineers, at Strada Mezzodi, Valletta

Private ADAMS, died 1834, Royal Artillery

Mrs ADAMS, died 1834, the wife of Private Adams, Royal Artillery

Albert ADAMS, born in Malta about 1877, the son of Walter and Louisa Adams. In 1881 living in Salford Lancashire with his parents and family. His father had been a Sergeant in the 101st Regiment

Alice Edith ADAMS, baptised 27th July 1861, the daughter of James and Sarah Adams, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Anne ADAMS, aged 8 months, the daughter of Private Adams, 1st Battalion, 42nd Royal Highlanders, buried 1st August 1846

Dr Andrew Leith ADAMS, Surgeon, 1st Battalion, 22nd Cheshire Regiment, married Bertha Jane GRUNDY. A son Francis William Lauderdale Adams, was born in Floriana 26th September 1862

Arthur Fulford ADAMS, D.A.C.G. third son of Elizabeth and Lieut-General Sir George Pownall Adams, married 11th November 1847, to Henrietta BOWMAN, the second daughter of William Flockhart Bowman, A.C.G.

Elizabeth ADAMS, aged 30 years, the wife of Gunner W. Adams, Royal Artillery, died of cholera, buried 8th July 1837

Francis William Lauderdale ADAMS, born Floriana, 26th September 1862. The son of Dr. Andrew Leith Adams, Surgeon to the 1st Battalion, 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment, and Bertha Jane Adams, nee GRUNDY. She was a novelist in her own right under the name of Mrs R. S. de Courcy Laffan. He became a poet and novelist. Married in 1884 to Helen Elizabeth UTTLEY. Emigrated to Australia with his wife and infant son, but they both died in Brisbane. He re-married to Edith GOLDSTONE. He committed suicide on 4th September 1893 in lodgings at 9 Gordon Road, Margate, Kent, England, by shooting himself with a pistol

Francis W.L. ADAMS, the son of Andrew L. Adams, Deputy Surgeon General, and his wife Bertha. Born on Malta about 1863. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Paddington, London

J. ADAMS, Private, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. Found dead by the civilian police in June 1894, outside the Capuchin Gate, Vittoriosa. Supposed to have fallen from the bastion above whilst sleeping

James ADAMS, aged 25 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Artillery, the son of James Adams, married 30th May 1894, to Alice WOOD, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Richard Wood

Jean ADAMS, born 23rd April 1843, daughter of James and Ann Adams, nee NICHOL, Private, 42nd Regiment

John ADAMS, 21+, bachelor, of Auchtermuchty, Fife, the son of John and Catherine Adams, Lance-Sergeant, 71st Highland Regiment, married 9th October 1875, to Esther GRANT, 21+, widow of John Grant, of Milford Haven, the daughter of Thomas and Martha JAMES

Robert ADAMS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 16th December 1880 in the Military Hospital from a fractured skull. It seems he was drunk the day previously and got into an argument with Peter Thomas Perry, a Stoker, of HMS Terror, who struck him

Stephen Septimus ADAMS, Lieutenant, died 10th February 1842, 88th Regiment, as the result of a duel with Captain Levick late of 59th Regiment, over an alleged insult to Levick's daughter

William Edward ADAMS, 21+, bachelor, born in London, Armourer Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Edward and Fanny Adams, married 3rd October 1868, to Jane ROTHERHAM, 21+, spinster, born in Sheffield, Yorkshire, the daughter of William and Harriet Rotherham

William H. ADAMS, born in Malta about 1805. In 1881 living as a retired Army Colonel in Marylebone, London

William ADAMSON, Private, 69th Regiment, found Guilty in court on 1st October 1849 of causing a disturbance in Floriana, and entering the house of Mr.Short. Sentenced to 20 days imprisonment

Thomas ADCOCK, aged 27 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 12th February 1824

Luke ADDERLEY, aged 27 years, bachelor Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 31st Regiment, married 11th December 1809, to Ellen McCONNELL, aged 29 years, widow

George H. ADDISON, born on Malta about 1850, the son of George W. Addison and his wife Caroline. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Chelsea, London. His father was a Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers

Thomas ADLAM, Private, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 21 years, buried 28th December 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Albert Arthur ADLER, aged 26 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Dorset Regiment, the son of Albert Adler, married 7th November 1885, to Susanah WADE, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of John Wade

John Joseph ADRIEN, died 22nd August 1861, aged 32 years, Assistant Surgeon at Forrest Hospital, St.Julians. Previously had been on the medical staff of 49th Regiment in the Crimea, and then the 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment. Shortly after arrival in Malta transfered to Forrest Hospital

John Miller ADYE, 21+, bachelor, born in Sevenoaks, Kent, Captain, Royal Artillery, the son of James and Jane Adye, married 7th October 1856 to, Mary Cordelia STOPFORD, 21+, spinster, born Courtown, Ireland, the eldest daughter of Cordelia Winifreda and Hon. Montague Stopford, Captain, Royal Navy

Artemis Thomas AGLEN, 21+, bachelor, born in Midsomer Norton, Somerset, Captain, 64th Regiment, the son of George and Annie Aglen, married 26th April 1870 to, Frances Louisa LAZZARETTI, 21+, spinster, born in Cerigo, Greece, the daughter of Jemima and Giovanni Lazzaretti, of Cerigo and Constantinople

George AGNEW, aged 35 years, Sergeant, 59th Regiment, buried 24th April 1840

James AINSCOW, aged 6 months, the son of John Ainscow, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 23rd January 1827

Philip Charles AINSLIE, Major, 14th Kings Dragoons, married 13th July 1843, to Lady Sarah Eliza CAMPBELL, the daughter of the Earl of Strathmore.

Thomas AINSWORTH, 21+, bachelor, born in Stone, Private, 24th Regiment, the son of Peter and Ann Ainsworth, married 10th May 1869 to, Catherine Jane PYEMOUNT, 21+, born in London, the widow of Alfred Pyemount, and daughter of Jane and Thomas BURKE

William AINSWORTH, Private, 1st Regiment, married 31st December 1815, to Mary MASTERSON

Dionysius AIREY, died 28th October 1845, aged 31 years, Captain, Royal Artillery, at the officers' quarters Fort St.Elmo. The fifth son of the late Sir George Airey, and the Hon.Catherine his wife. Arrived Malta 21st October 1845

Benjamin AITKEN, died September 1843, the son of Private John Aitken

Jane AITKEN, died August 1846, the daughter of Private John Aitken

John AITKEN, died 15th January 1844, aged 34 years, Private, 42nd Regiment

Elizabeth AKED, aged 3 years, the daughter of James Aked, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 23rd March 1825

Elizabeth AKED, aged 29 years, the wife of James Aked, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 25th May 1825

Samuel ALBERY, aged 28 years, Private, 70th Regiment, buried 14th September 1837

Charles ALBOROUGH, baptised 31st December 1863, the son of James and Mary Ann Alborough, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Thomas ALCOCK, aged 26 years, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 18th September 1838

Mary ALDERSON, aged 15 months, the daughter of George Alderson, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 11th June 1840

Stephen ALDINGTON, Private, 5th Regiment, married 21st November 1836, to Jane MURRAY

Reverend Edmund Albert ALDERSON, served at The Barracca Garrison Church, as Chaplain to the Forces. Died 28th January 1890, aged 49 years

Matilda ALDRED, aged 18 months, the daughter of Private James Aldred, 90th Regiment, buried 16th August 1823

Anne and Frances ALEXANDER, infant children of Colour Sergeant David Alexander, Royal Artillery

Anne Georgina ALEXANDER, aged 8 months, the daughter of David Alexander, Corporal, Royal Artillery, buried 18th August 1845

Frances Elizabeth ALEXANDER, the daughter of Sergeant David Alexander, Royal Artillery, aged eight months, buried 16th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare, C.F.

Harry ALEXANDER, born on Malta about 1869. In 1881 living with his widowed father William and brother at Litchurch, Derbyshire. His father was a Chelsea Pensioner

J. ALEXANDER, aged 29 years, Private, 77th Regiment, buried 9th December 1839

Joseph ALEXANDER, died 5th September 1805, 27th Regiment

Robert ALEXANDER, died 13th January 1807, Royal Artillery

Lieutenant William Patrick ALEXANDER, Royal Artillery, serving in Malta on his birthday, 15th December 1888, aged 22 years

Francis ALEXIS, 21+, bachelor, born in Warburg, Prussia, Bandsman, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of Henry and Christina Alexis, married 31st December 1864 to, Martha Ann FIELD, 21+, spinster, born in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, the daughter of Joshua and Anne Field

Henry James ALFORD, baptised 18th October 1860, the son of James and Martha Alford, Gunner, Royal Artillery

James ALFORD, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 4th October 1859 to, Martha BIGWOOD

George Hugh ALINGTON, died 9th June 1852, Lieutenant, 68th Regiment. Born 8th July 1826. The eldest son of George Marmaduke Alington of Swinhope, Lincolnshire. Died in his quarters in the Auberge de Baviere

John ALLARY, Private, 2nd Battalion, 40th Regiment, acquitted of murdering Salvatore Zammit, 19th August 1801, due to insufficient evidence, but later Court Martialled for riotous behaviour and assaulting some Maltese citizens, found Guilty, and sentenced to six hundred lashes

Elizabeth ALLCOCK, baptised 1st August 1803, the daughter of Jane and Samuel Allcock, 35th Regiment

Elizabeth ALLEN, aged 4 months, the daughter of F. Allen, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 1st March 1829

Fanny ALLEN, widow, married 9th July 1850, to James BLACKWALL, QMS, 44th Regiment

Ada ALLEN, baptised 3rd September 1861, the daughter of William and Isabella Allen, Band Master, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

John ALLEN, Royal Artillery, married 24th April 1815, to Elizabeth GARRATT

John ALLEN, Private, 20th Regiment, buried 15th January 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary Ann ALLEN, aged 3 months, the daughter of R. Allen, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 7th July 1837

Robert ALLEN, 59th Regiment, married 25th August 1838, to Adelaide GONZALES, daughter of Emmanuele Gonzales, resident in Malta

Susan ALLEN, aged 28 years, the wife of Private R. Allen, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 3rd July 1837

Sidney A. ALLEN, born in Malta about 1876. In 1881 living with his parents Amelia and Abraham Allen, and family in Portsea, Hampshire. His father was a Barrack Sergeant

Sergeant ALLEN, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, died 18th October 1849. Together with Michael O'Loughlin, Private of 1st Battalion, the two men were sailing, but on reaching Fort Ricasoli, the boat overturned and both perished. Their bodies were later recovered. He left a widow and child

Thomas ALLEN, aged 33 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 28th July 1828

William ALLEN, 1st Battalion, 20th Regiment, married 17th November 1802, to Catherine ARMSTRONG, widow

William ALLEN, Hospital Sergeant, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 29 years, buried 22nd October 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William Benjamin ALLEN, the son of Benjamin Cooke Allen, Schoolmaster,3rd Division Provincial Battalion, aged 11 months, buried 6th October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Ann ALLICOTT, died 17th February 1863, aged 31 years, the wife of Private W. Allicott, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Charles Ambrose ALLPORT, baptised 2nd March 1867, the son of Henry and Mary Jane Allport, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

Henry ALLRIGHT, Sergeant, East Kent Militia, aged 21 years, buried 23rd October 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William ALSOP, died 4th October 1849, Sergeant, lst Battalion, 69th Regiment. Orderly room clerk. His body was found in the water near Sa Maison. How he died is uncertain

Louis ALTON, baptised 20th November 1808, son of Margaret and Corporal Michael Alton, De Meuron's Regiment

Julia Jane ALVES, the wife of Captain M. A. Alves, Royal Engineers, died at sea near Malta, 21st January 1873, aged 19 years 6 months. Born Dinapore, India, 11th July 1853, the eldest daughter of John INGLIS MD, late Bengal Army

James AMBRIDGE, aged 21 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 25th December 1827

Joseph Henry AMBROSE, the son of William Ambrose, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged seven months, buried 15th October 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Major Augustus Edward Henry AMSELL, 2nd Battalion, 4th King’s Own Regiment, aged 31 years, died 6th December 1862 at Zante

John ANCILL, Armourer Sergeant, 44th Regiment, of Shropshire, married 3rd July 1849 to Elizabeth DUFF, widow, from Devonshire

David ANDERSON, died 14th September 1868, Private, Royal Artillery, in an accident involving six soldiers and two Maltese civilians, Sergeant John Nayell, Privates John Stewart, James Clark, Henry Lloyd, and George Braggs, also Paolo Muscat and Mario Scicluna. An explosion took place in the Shell Fitting room, where they were removing fuses from shells

Edward ANDERSON, died 28th April 1867, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment. Set out with two other soldiers in a skiff from Marsamuscetto to Grand Harbour. They were driven onto the rocks at St.Elmo Point, where the boat capsized. He drowned, but his two companions Frederick Williams and Francis Rodgers managed to swim ashore

Elizabeth Keath ANDERSON, died 7th February 1829, aged 11 months, the daughter of Elizabeth and James Anderson, Royal Artillery

Gavin ANDERSON, aged 37 years, bachelor, of Edinburgh, the son of David and Mary Anderson, Private, 71st Highland Light Infantry, married 3rd June 1874, to Minnie MAIZZEY, aged 31 years, widow, the daughter of William and Minnie Maizzey

George ANDERSON, Private, 28th Regiment, sentenced by a Court Martial to 14 years Transportion, arrived at Malta en route to England by the Palmyra, and by the same vessel proceeded to New South Wales, for his punishment

Maria ANDERSON, aged 1 year, the daughter of Robert Anderson, 59th Regiment, buried 1st July 1837

Robert ANDERSON, Quartermaster, 71st Regiment, from Scotland, married 18th August 1856 to, Elizabeth M. FOX, from Ireland

Robert W. ANDERSON, born in Malta about 1872, the son of Ninian and Lucy Anderson. In 1881 living in Sheffield, Yorkshire. His father was a Sergeant Major in the Royal Artillery

Alexander William ANDERSON, baptised 7th November 1861, the son of Alexander William and Emma Anderson, Deputy Assistant Commissary General

William ANDERSON, died 8th January 1805, 61st Regiment

William ANDERSON, aged 31 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 29th March 1826

William ANDERSON, died 16th January 1844, aged 36 years, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment. Served 18 years in the regiment

William ANDERSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Brunswick, Germany, Sergeant, 23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers, the son of Conrad and Henrietta Anderson, married 14th July 1863 to, Margaret GIBSON, 21+, spinster, born in London, the daughter of Henry and Hannah Gibson

Charles ANDREWS, aged 30 years, bachelor, born in Eardington, Warwickshire, Sergeant, 24th Regiment, the son of William and Sarah Andrews, married 15th June 1868 to, Mary Ann POULTON, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Stepney, London, the daughter of Charles Frederick and Mary Ann Poulton

Charles ANDREWS. In March 1889 Private Andrews, Berkshire Regiment, 23 years old, was returning from Valletta to Ricasoli with two companions, Private James Casey of the Medical Staff Corps, and William Sutton a Trumpeter, Royal Artillery, when a dispute broke out with the Maltese boatmen over payment. Though the soldiers offered more than the correct fare the boatmen demanded more, which was refused. They threw Andrews and Casey overboard. Casey managed to swim ashore, but Andrews held onto the side of the boat. He was then hit over the head with a piece of wood, and had his fingers smashed so that he left go, and sunk beneath the water. The two boatmen, Salvatore Attard aged 21 years, and Silvestro Bartolo aged 25 years, stood trial for murder. Attard was found Guilty and sentenced to Penal Servitude for Life, whilst Bartolo was Acquitted

Edward ANDREWS, aged 23 years, bachelor, Corporal, 1st Royals, the son of Edward Andrews, married 14th December 1880, to Mary DASLEY, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Dasley

James F. ANDREWS, Sergeant, 57th Regiment, awarded the French Military Medal in September 1856 for service in the Crimean War

Joseph ANDREWS, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 10th September 1860 to, Caroline FITZGERALD

Maria ANDREWS, the daughter of G. Andrews, Sergeant, 68th Light Infantry, buried 3rd October 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Robert ANDREWS, Captain, Royal Artillery. Born Sible Hedingham, Essex, 13th November 1788. Served on Malta 27th March 1838 to 14th April 1838

Cretien ANECHITZ, aged 22 years, French Soldier

Andrew ANGUS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 35 years, buried 12th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

David ANNAN, died August 1834, aged 1 year 11 months, the son of Bridget and Robert J.Annan, Royal Artillery

Harry Robert ANSELL, aged 25 years, bachelor, Sapper, Royal Engineers, the son of Albert John Ansell, married 31st July 1899, to Agnes TURNER, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Daniel Turner

Thomas James ANSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Brentford, Middlesex, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Richard Anson, married 21st September 1868 to, Mary MAMO, aged 23 years, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Salvo and Kate SULLIVAN

Daphne Barbara ANSTEY, born 20th July 1884, the daughter of Caroline Alicia and Major Thomas Henry Anstey, Royal Engineers, living in Valletta. Died 2nd February 1885, aged 6 months

Frederick John ANSTEY, aged 21 years, bachelor, Corporal, Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment, the son of Henry Anstey, married 24th August 1898 to, Vivienee Woloron WELLES, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Woloron Welles deceased

Robert ANSTRUTHER, 21+, bachelor, Major, 73rd Regiment, married 20th September 1832, to Louisa ELPHINSTONE, minor, the youngest daughter of Colonel Sir Howard Elphinstone Bt., of Ore Place, Sussex, Royal Engineers

Peter ANTHONY, Band Serjeant, 88th Connaught Rangers, died 3rd November 1845, aged 31 years. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

William APPLEFORD, aged 1 year, the son of John Appleford, 59th Regiment, buried 2nd August 1839

Louisa APPLEYARD, the wife of Private W. Appleyard, 68th Light Infantry, aged 26 years, buried 5th November 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Charles ARBEITER, born in Malta about 1877. In 1881 living at the Military Hospital, Stoke Dameral, Devon

Henry ARCHER, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 16th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John ARCHER, aged 30 years, bachelor, Private, King’s Royal Rifles, the son of Wesley Archer, Master Joiner, married 6th April 1896 to, Jane LOVELL, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of James Lovell, Evangelist Preacher

Patrick ARDLE, on 20th August 1836, Drummer, 70th Regiment, Court Martialed, found Guilty of insubordination, and sentenced to Transportation for life

Catherine ARENTSCHILD, widow of Sergeant-Major Arentschild, King's German Legion, married 3rd May 1816, to Michael LANNON

Joanna ARMES, died 25th April 1886, aged 36 years, the wife of James Armes, late Sergeant, Royal Munster Fusiliers

Harold ARMISHAW, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, the son of Joseph Armishaw, married 23rd October 1900 to, Clara Louisa CASTLE, aged 28 years, spinster, from Whichford, Warwickshire, the daughter of George Castle

Arthur John De Tissier ARMIT, born 29th September 1854, the son of Sarah Elizabeth and Captain Louis John Amedee Armit, Royal Engineers

Sarah Elizabeth ARMIT, the wife of Major L. Armit, Royal Engineers, died 15th October 1862, from dysentery, aged 34 years. Born in Ireland, daughter of the late Major General Bredin, Royal Artillery

Andrew ARMSTRONG, aged 7 years, the son of Sergeant Armstrong, 59th Regiment, buried 27th September 1837

Charlotte ARMSTRONG, baptised 16th April 1805, the daughter of Jane and William Armstrong, Royal Artillery.

Donald ARMSTRONG, aged 9 months, the son of Andrew Armstrong, 59th Regiment, and his wife Jane, buried 17th July 1838

Elizabeth Agnes ARMSTRONG, born 4th October 1868, the daughter of William and Agnes Armstrong, nee COUSINS, Sergeant, 14th Regiment

Francis W. ARMSTRONG, born in Malta about 1851. In 1881 living with his wife Annie and family in Lambeth, London. He was a Musician in the Grenadier Guards

Herbert James ARMSTRONG, born 10th November 1899, the son of Walter and Florence Armstrong, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers

Irvin ARMSTRONG, Private, 85th Regiment, married 5th August 1830, to Hannah BIRCHALL

James ARMSTRONG, 27th Regiment, married 26th November 1804, to Jane COLLINS, widow

Jannittus ARMSTONG, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years, buried 28th August 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Joseph ARMSTRONG, baptised 30th November 1806, the son of Jane and the late William Armstrong, Royal Artillery, buried 3rd December

Mary ARMSTRONG, aged 5 years, the daughter of Andrew Armstrong, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 1st July 1837

Richard ARMSTRONG, Private, Rifle Brigade, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on the 9th August 1842, of striking a sergeant, sentenced 14 years Transportation

Robert ARMSTRONG, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, married 9th August 1856 to, Ellen POWER, from London

Robert ARNEAL, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 25 years, buried 22nd September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Robert Henry ARNSBY, born March 1870, whilst his father was serving in the Army and based at Pembroke Camp. Robert also served in the Army for many years, then became a civil servant. He married Delia Connors and they had eleven children

Thomas ASH, 27th Regiment, married 19th July 1803, to Eleanor LYNCH, widow

Thomas ASH, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 7th March 1825, to Eliza HICKS, of Somerset

Mary ASHALL, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of William Ashall, of Sheffield, Yorkshire, resident Sergeant-Major Royal Artillery, Valletta, married 19th June 1819, to Thomas CORLETT, aged 28 years, bachelor, native Isle of Man, resident Valletta

Richard George ASHBROOK, the son of George Ashbrook, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 5 hours, buried 9th October 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James ASHDOWN, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 35 years, buried 29th September 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Henry William ASHFORD, died 2nd July 1864, Lieutenant, 100th Regiment. Died in Rabat sanatorium of contagious fever. His body was taken to Ta Braxia until arrangements could be made to take it to England

Elizabeth ASHLEY, the widow of Bombardier Ashley, Royal Artillery, married 1st April 1807, to Philip SANTOVITO, 44th Regiment

Joseph ASHLEY, Private, 76th Regiment, aged 22 years 9 months, buried 29th September 1851, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Mary Jane ASHLEY, baptised 11th November 1866, the daughter of John and Elizabeth Ashley, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

Thomas ASHLEY, baptised 16th July 1804, the son of Elizabeth and William Ashley, Royal Artillery

Ann ASHMEAD, died 27th August 1805, the wife of Richard Ashmead, 35th Regiment

Thomas ASHMEAD, baptised 10th October 1803, the son of Mary and Richard Ashmead, 35th Regiment

Henry ASHWELL, born in Malta about 1874, the son of Ellen and Thomas Ashwell. In 1881 living with his parents and family in South Shoebury, Essex. His father was a Gunner in Royal Artillery

Henrietta ASHWELL, born in Malta about 1871. In 1881 living with her parents and family in South Shoebury, Essex. Her father was a Gunner in Royal Artillery

James ASHWELL, aged 28 years 9 months, Private, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment, buried 9th June 1862

Mary ASHWELL, born in Malta about 1876. In 1881 living with her parents and family in South Shoebury, Essex. Her father was a Gunner in Royal Artillery

Walter ASHWELL, born in Malta about 1869. In 1881 living with his parents and family in South Shoebury, Essex. His father was a Gunner in Royal Artillery

John ASHWORTH, Lance Corporal, 47th Regiment, aged 29 years, buried 7th June 1853, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John Joseph ASSER, Lieutenant, Dorset Regiment, served in Malta 1888. Born 31st August 1867

James George ASTER, the son of James Aster, Private, 44th Regiment, aged eight months, buried 16th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Catherine ATCHISON, aged 26 years, the wife of Captain Atchison, Royal Artillery, buried 28th October 1823

Thomas ATCHISON, Captain, Royal Artillery, faced a General Court Martial. Dismissed His Majesty’s service 15th November 1824. Age when commissioned 15 years 6 months, Gentleman Cadet 2nd February 1803, 2nd Lieutenant 6th June 1804, 1st Lieutenant 5th December 1804, 2nd Captain 17th February 1814. Became a Major in the Lancashire Artillery Militia, and petitioned against his dismissal from the Royal Artillery. Restored to the rank of Captain, but retired on full pay list 16th June 1855. Became Honorary Colonel of the Lancashire Artillery Militia, and died 4th December 1877 in Mamingham. Published a booklet in October 1825 in London giving full details of his Court Martial, and his religious beliefs which led him to refuse to obey the order

Thomas ATCHISON, Captain, Royal Artillery, married 21st January 1823, to Catherine TOMLINSON

Mark Kerr ATHERLEY, baptised 9th March 1864, the son of Mark Kerr and Martha Atherley, Brigadier General

Frederick William Mclean ATKINS, died 2nd June 1862, aged 33 years, Captain on Bombay Staff. Died on board the P.&.O. ship Delta in Malta harbour

William ATKINS, aged 23 days, the son of John Atkins, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 16th June 1842

Benjamin ATKINSON, Private, 7th Regiment, married 19th June 1835, to Margaret BLACK

Francis Baring ATKINSON, Ensign, 73rd Regiment, of Temple Sowerby, Westmorland, married 24th December 1831, to Mary Anne STODDART, the daughter of Sir John Stoddart, Chief Justice of Malta. Niece of Sir James Moncreiffe, Bart., of Scotland

Hugh ATKINSON, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 6th March 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

L. ATKINSON, died 9th September 1808, aged 21 years, 39th Regiment

Mary Anne ATKINSON, died 29th November 1832, at Marseilles, after having given birth on the 20th November to a son. Wife of Francis Baring Atkinson of the 73rd Regiment. Daughter of the Chief Justice Sir John Stoddart

Thomas AUBREY, Private, 7th Regiment, buried 7th November 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

AUSTIN, buried in Quarantine Bastion Cemetery, ……… Austin, 95th Regiment. The inscription reads:

"Rejoice for a brother deceased,

Our loss in his infinite gain;

A soul's out of prison released,

And freed from its bodily pain".

Charlotte AUSTIN, the daughter of Sergeant Austin, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged one year two months, buried 3rd October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Elizabeth Jane AUSTIN, baptised 30th December 1861, the daughter of John and Janet Austin, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

James M. AUSTIN, born in Malta about 1860, the son of Janet and John Austin. In 1881 living with his family at Plymouth, where his father was a Sergeant Instructor, RWR Volunteers

John AUSTIN, Private, 28th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 1st October 1856, of habitual drunkeness, and an attempt to stab a superior officer, sentenced to 56 days hard labour and stoppages

Thomas AUSTIN, aged 42 years, Sergeant, 95th Regiment, buried 2nd September 1824

William AVERY, died 7th September 1805, the son of Elizabeth and John Avery, Royal Artillery

Frederick John AYRIS, aged 26 years, Sergeant, Royal Fusiliers, the son of Edwin Ayris, married 11th June 1899, to Josie AYRIS, aged 24 years, the daughter of William WILKINSON. This couple were married at a Registry Office in Islington, London on the 25th January 1897

Samuel AYTON, aged 30 years, Private, 70th Regiment, buried 11th October 1837

Back row standing

Major R Harrison R.E.  Miss Harness,  Colonel J. F. M. Browne R.E.  Mrs J. F. M. Browne,  Captain Fowke R.E.

Front row seated

Miss Beatrice Truelock,   Colonel Harness C.B. R.E.    Miss Truelock

 

Lieutenant BABY, 24th Regiment, received British War Medal with a clasp for Egypt in June 1847, for service during the 1801 defeat of Napoleon’s forces

Alfred BACHELOR, the son of a soldier in the 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged one year, buried 15th July 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Ada Emily BADGER, baptised 9th February 1862, the daughter of John and Diana Badger, Sergeant Major, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Edward BADGER, aged 40 years, Quarter Master Sergeant, 80th Regiment, buried 27th July 1823

Florian BADGER, aged 23 months, the daughter of the late Edward Badger, Quarter Master Sergeant, 80th Regiment, buried 19th June 1824

Walter James BADGER, baptised 15th January 1860, the son of John and Diana Badger, Sergeant Major, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Margaret BAEN (?), baptised 5th February 1860, the daughter of George and Mary Baen, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, the Buffs

Louisa Agnes Ann BAIGENT, born 19th September 1892, the daughter of Henry and Agnes Baigent, Bandsman, Cameron Highlanders

Abraham BAILEY, Sergeant, 21st Regiment, married 3rd February 1857 to, Charlotte Elizabeth MILLER, from Ireland

Albert BAILEY, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Dorset Regiment, the son of Thomas Bailey, married 23rd April 1889, to Ellen Margaret Gertrude FOY, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of William Lawrence Foy

Edward BAILEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Preston, Lancashire, Sergeant, 100th Regiment, the son of Henry and Jane Bailey, married 23rd December 1863 to, Eliza NORRIS, 21+, spinster, born in Cheriton, Hampshire, the daughter of James and Mary Norris

Elizabeth BAILEY, died 26th March 1850, the daughter of John and Elizabeth Bailey. Died in Fort Manoel, aged 6 years. Father a soldier 69th Regiment

George BAILEY, aged 32 years, Private, Royal Fusiliers, buried 28th May 1829

Isabella BAILEY, the daughter of Lance Corporal James Bailey, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, buried 7th January 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

John BAILEY, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 33 years, buried 29th April 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John Matthew BAILEY, aged 25 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of John Bailey deceased, married 15th December 1894, to Ada Rebecca DOWLING, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert Dowling

Joseph BAILEY, Private, 77th Regiment, died in the Lunatic Asylum, Floriana, buried 12th March 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Gerard BAILLIE-HAMILTON, Lieutenant, 7th Regiment, the son of the late Archdeacon Baillie-Hamilton, and Lady Charlotte Hamilton, married 26th September 1833, to Augusta Anderson MORSHEAD, the fourth daughter of the late Colonel Anderson Morshead, of Widey Court, Devonshire

Christopher BAIN, Cameron Highlanders, aged 18 years, buried 8th October 1892

Archibald BAIRD, 21+, bachelor, Hospital Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, married 1st February 1865 to, Georgina McLEOD, spinster, born in Aberdeen

Charles Francis BAISLEY, baptised 16th November 1861, the son of Whatoff and Anne Baisley, Sergeant, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Agnes Gertrude BAKER, born Saturday 28th July 1849, the daughter of Louisa and William Baker, Royal Engineers

Amelia BAKER, baptised 11th November 1866, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Baker, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Arthur Slade BAKER, aged 31 years, bachelor, Captain, Royal Artillery, the son of Robert Browne Baker, married 26th November 1895 to, Caroline Fisker HEAP, aged 28 years, spinster, the daughter of George Harris Heap, U.S. Consul at Constantia

George BAKER, born 1856/1857, the son of Elizabeth and Gunner James Baker, Royal Artillery

James BAKER, the son of James Baker, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged five months, buried 27th September 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

John BAKER, Private, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 37 years, buried 1st October 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John BAKER, 21+, bachelor, born at sea, the son of John and Matilda Baker, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 13th Regiment, married 11th November 1874, to Mary Ann DOWLING, 18 +, spinster, of Cashell, Ireland, the daughter of Joseph and Agnes Dowling

John Bigelow BAKER, born 29th July 1896, the son of Caroline Fisher and Captain Arthur Slade Baker, Royal Artillery. Twin brother of Robert Cunynghame Slade

Peter BAKER, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in England, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Samuel and Ruth Baker, married 7th October 1867 to, Maria Carmela FERRIS, aged 24 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Rosina Ferris

P.W. BAKER, aged 22 years, 77th Regiment, accidentally drowned, buried 18th June 1838

Robert Cunynghame Slade BAKER, born 29th July 1896, the son of Caroline Fisher and Captain Arthur Slade Baker, Royal Artillery. Twin brother of John Bigelow

Sarah Anne BAKER, baptised 8th February 1862, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Baker, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Sarah BAKER, baptised 28th November 1863, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Baker, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Thomas BAKER, the son of James Baker, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 5 years, buried 25th April 1853, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas Richard BAKER, Captain, 7th Regiment, the youngest son of the late William Baker of Bayfordbury, Hertfordshire, married Thursday 13th June 1833, to Mary Frances Anderson MORSHEAD, the youngest daughter of the late Colonel Anderson Morshead of Widey Court, Devonshire

Captain T.R. BAKER, Royal Fusiliers, born Friday 11th December 1835, stillborn son to Mrs. Baker

Major BALBI, Royal Malta Artillery, Hon.Secretary, of the Malta Society of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce, November 1899

Alfred Campbell BALD, Captain, Black Watch, serving in Malta on his birthday, 1st March 1889, aged 28 years

Ann BALDWIN, died 17th February 1806, the daughter of James Baldwin, 58th Regiment

Jonathan BALDWIN, aged 29 years, bachelor, born in Church Brampton, Northamptonshire, Corporal, 48th Regiment, the son of John and Fanny Baldwin, married 8th December 1869 to, Bridget McKENZIE, aged 28 yeas, widow, born in Dublin, the daughter of Dennis and Mary MOORE

Charlotte BALFOUR, died 29th March 1846, aged 26 years, the widow of Lieutenant Balfour, Royal Artillery

Frederick Charles William BALGIN ??, baptised 8th March 1863, the son of Samuel James and Fanny Maria Balgin, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Annie Maria BALL, baptised 18th February 1860, the daughter of George Frere and Louisa Jane Ball, Gunner, Royal Artillery

George BALL, Private, 41st Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 24th December 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

George F. BALL, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 9th February 1857 to, Jane SPALDING, from Jersey, Channel Islands

James BALL, Lieutenant, 83rd Regiment, buried 23rd November 1829

James Henry BALL, baptised 13th October 1860, the son of Robert and Mary Ball, Lance Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Charles Naesmyth Bruere BALLARD, 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, serving in Malta on his birthday, 17th January 1889, aged 20 years

Harry BALLINGER, born 8th December 1881, the son of Elizabeth Ann and Sergeant-Major Thomas Ballinger, Royal Artillery

Frederick BALLINGTON, born in Malta about 1877. In 1881 living with his mother Jane and family, in the Militia Barracks, Staffordshire. His father was a Sergeant

H. BALMER, Private, 1st Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 30th September 1856, of theft, abusive language and violence, sentenced to 14 years Transportation

Mrs BALNEAVIS, the wife of Lieut-Colonel Balneavis, gave birth to a son, approx. 14th March 1832

Georgina BALNEAVIS, died 1st July 1854, aged 64 years. Wife of Lieut-General Balneavis

Lieut-Colonel Henry BALNEAVIS, Deputy Inspector of Police, lived at 94/95 Strada San Giovanni, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Henry BALNEAVIS, died 16th July 1857, aged 76 years, Lieut-General. Colonel of the 65th Regiment, in Valletta. He served throughout the whole war in Spain. Was present at the battle of Plattsburgh in America, and subsequently the capture of Paris. Received war medal with 9 clasps. Held the position of Inspector of Police, and Town Major, Admin. Governor of Malta in the absence of the Governor

William BANKS, Private, charged with attacking Ensign Pembroke O’M. H. Marshall, on 16th August 1856, both 48th regiment. At his Court Martial held on the 9th September 1856, he was found Guilty of being drunk on duty, abusive language, violence to a superior officer, and habitual drunkeness, sentenced to 7 years penal servitude, commuted to 1 year in prison, with hard labour

William BANKS, 21+, bachelor, of Plymouth, the son of Thomas Banks, Private, 52nd Regiment, married 2nd October 1871, to Mary HUMPHRIES, 21+, widow, born Malta, the daughter of Charles and Caroline ELLUL

Alfred William BANNING, baptised 12th April 1867, the son of Richard and Sarah Banning, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

Patrick BANNON, aged 30 years, bachelor, from Cavan, Ireland, Private, 44th Regiment, married 14th June 1812, to Catherine FITZGERALD, aged 26 years, from Newbridge, Ireland, the widow of Private Philip Fitzgerald, 44th Regiment

George BARBER, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 8th March 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

J. BARBER, Colour-Sergeant, 59th Regiment, married 4th July 1839, to Ann JONES

Thomas BARBER, aged 22 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, the son of Thomas Barber, married 24th April 1888, to Mary Jane THOMPSON, aged 17 years, minor with parent’s consent, the daughter of William George Thompson

Catherine BARBOUR, born 16th August 1857, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Barbour, nee BURNE, Private, 71st Regiment

Francis BARCLAY, born 1840/1841, the son of Ann and Gunner James Barclay, Royal Artillery

Mary BARFIELD, aged 18 months, the daughter of John Barfield, Corporal, 19th Regiment, buried 26th June 1842

Frederick BARFOOT, Royal West Kent Regiment, sustained injuries when he fell from the ramparts in Floriana. Died June 1904. He was a member of the Independent Order of Good Templars, and his funeral was well attended by members from all over the island and three military bands

Cecil Hardy BARKER, born 6th March 1881, the son of Captain Francis William James and Charlotte Jessie Barker, Royal Artillery

Godfrey BARKER, born 13th January 1883, the son of Captain Francis William James and Charlotte Jessie Barker, Royal Artillery

James BARKER, died 10th October 1851, Private, 3rd Regiment, aged 24 years. Committed suicide whilst on guard duty at the Palace in Valletta, by blowing his brains out with a firelock. No reason was known why he committed suicide

John BARKER, aged 36 years, widower, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 31st Regiment, married 7th January 1810, to Elizabeth BROOKES, aged 29 years, widow

William Arthur John BARKER, born 22nd August 1879, the son of Captain Francis William James and Charlotte Jessie Barker, Royal Artillery

George BARKIN, born 1859, the son of Sarah and Peter Barkin, Private, 3rd Regiment

Edwin BARKSBY, aged 32 years, bachelor, born in Stanley, Derbyshire, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment, the son of Thomas and Mary Barksby, married 4th March 1867 to, Kate DOWLING, aged 18 years, spinster, born in Halvartary, Kildare, Ireland, the daughter of James and Ann Dowling

Emily Melita BARLOW, born 22nd April 1855, the daughter of Charlotte and Colonel Maurice Barlow, 14th Regiment

Lionel Francis Abbot BARLOW, Lieutenant, Royal Berkshire Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 4th January 1889, aged 23 years

Russell Lockhart BARLOW, born 29th September 1882, the son of John Arthur and Ada Barlow, Deputy Assistant Commissary General, Captain, 96th Regiment

Thomas BARLOW, aged 8 months, the son of James Barlow, 2nd Battalion, 60th Regiment, buried 30th March 1841

Joseph BARNABY, Private, 88th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 7th December 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Thomas BARNARD, died 16th January 1830, Private, 7th Regiment

Albert Arthur BARNES, baptised 15th March 1863, the son of Samuel and Antonia Barnes, Private, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Elizabeth BARNES, baptised 20th July 1806, the daughter of Ann and John Barnes, Private, 39th Regiment

George BARNES, born in Malta about 1829. An Army Pensioner living in Everton, Lancashire, in 1881

George BARNES, aged 22 years, bachelor, of Sherborne, Dorset, the son of Edward and Sarah Barnes, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 23rd March 1878, to Mary Louisa COOMBS, aged 26 years, spinster, of Sherborne, Dorset, the daughter of James and Ann Coombs

Giovanna BARNES, the widow of William Edward Barnes, Sergeant, 10th Regiment, married 3rd October 1825, to Giuseppe MULINARI, Sergeant, Royal Malta Fencibles.

John BARNES, baptised 1st April 1802, the son of Ann and John Barnes, 35th Regiment

John BARNES, 1862, Private, 1st Battalion, Shropshire Light Infantry, Court Martialed August 1890. Found Guilty of using violence against a superior officer, sentenced to two years imprisonment with hard labour and to be discharged with ignominy

Joseph BARNES, died 25th August 1810, aged 30 years, Private, 14th Regiment

Josiah BARNES, 21+, bachelor, born in Sheffield, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, married 5th October 1868 to, Ursula GRAHAM, 21+, widow, born in Ancona, Italy, the daughter of Lorenzo CREIK

William Edward BARNES, Sergeant, 10th Regiment, married 6th December 1815, to Giovanna CAFFRA, the widow of Sergeant Caffra, Neapolitan Fencibles

William James BARNES, baptised 4th February 1866, the son of David and Sophia Jane Barnes, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

Eliza BARNETT, baptised 1st September 1861, the daughter of James and Eliza Barnett, Mess Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

George BARNETT, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 23rd September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Henry BARNETT, aged 28 years, bachelor, of St.Philip, Warwick, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 10th Regiment, married 20th August 1815, to Ann DYCKE, aged 16 years, spinster, from Portsmouth, the daughter of Jane and the late John Dycke, Royal Artillery, with her mothers consent. Her mother is now Jane TAYLOR

Josephine Blanch Ethel BARNETT, baptised 20th April 1861, the daughter of William Townsend and Eliza Josephine Ellen Barnett, Captain, Royal Artillery

William BARNETT, Private, 41st Regiment, aged 32 years, buried 7th February 1854, by Reverend William Hare

Henry BARNSLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Atherstone, Warwickshire, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps, the son of James and Etty Barnsley, married 16th December 1869 to, Emily Jane FREW, 21+, spinster, born in London, the daughter of John and Jane Frew

Mary BARR, aged 35 years, the wife of Gunner Joseph Barr, Royal Artillery, died of cholera, buried 10th July 1837

George BARR, died 23rd December 1853, aged 32 years, 41st Regiment. Fell from the Ponsonby Bastion of Marsamuscetto, and died within a few minutes. Post Mortem found he had accidentally fallen whilst drunk

John BARR, the son of Sergeant Thomas Barr, late of Royal Sappers and Miners, aged 11 months, buried 7th November 1853, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas BARR, Sergeant, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged 31 years, buried 10th September 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Richard Henry BARRATT, baptised 9th February 1867, the son of John and Mary Barratt, Private, 84th Regiment

Edwin BARRETT, aged 29 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Samuel Barrett deceased, married 1st August 1895, to Bessie COLBORNE, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of George Colborne

George BARRETT, Private, Grenadier Guards, aged 28 years, buried 23rd April 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John BARRETT, 21+, bachelor, born in Norfolk, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Isaac and Hannah Barrett, married 14th November 1861 to, Ainey McLOUGHLIN, 21+, spinster, born in Mullingar, Ireland, the daughter of Edward and Ellen McLoughlin

Minnie Albinia Lennard BARRETT, born 2nd August 1882, the daughter of Captain Lennard and Mary Anne Barrett, A.P.D.

William Arthur BARRETT, born 18th November 1861, the son of Anne and John Barrett, Gunner, Royal Artillery

George BARRISTER, Colour-Sergeant, 28th Regiment, married 27th January 1857 to, Elizabeth MASKELL, the widow of William Maskell

BARRON. Disappeared, about 30th August 1866, Gunner Barron, Royal Artillery. His clothes were found on rocks near Fort St.Angelo, leading to belief that he had drowned whilst bathing. As no body was found, it was later thought that he adopted this ruse to facilitate desertion

Charles BARROW, aged 1 month, the son of Private George Barrow, 51st Regiment, buried 1st April 1823

Johanna BARROWCLIFF, the daughter of Joseph Barrowcliff, aged 5 months 2 weeks, buried 19th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Jane BARROWCLIFFE, the daughter of Private Joseph Barrowcliffe, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged one year two months, buried 5th August 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charles BARRY, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment, from Ireland, married 25th December 1845, to Emma HYDE, of Devonshire

Charles BARSBY, born in Malta about 1860. A Private in the 69th South Lincolnshire Regiment in 1881

James BARTLETT, Royal Irish Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 20th October 1891

Thomas Henry BARTON, born in Malta about 1853. In 1881 a Militiaman with the East Kent Militia, stationed at The Barracks Canterbury, Kent

William BARTON, baptised 8th September 1860, the son of William and Margaret Barton, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Samuel BARTTON, aged 31 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 18th May 1825

Francis BARTWELL, born in Malta about 1870. In 1881 living with his parents and family at the Army Clothing Depot, London. His father Thomas was Foreman of Works, Royal Engineers

William BARTWELL, born in Malta about 1866. In 1881 living with his parents and family at the Army Clothing Depot, London. His father Thomas was Foreman of Works, Royal EngineersCharles William BARWELL, born 15th June 1854, the son of Sophia and Sergeant William Barwell, 33rd Regiment

William BASIN, aged 36 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 6th July 1827

Lieutenant BASSANO, 1st Battalion, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry. Died 6th January 1888, by falling down the staircase of the Officer’s Mess in Floriana. The son of the late Major-General Bassano

James Stokes BASTARD, Royal Artillery, Brevet-Major. Born Blandford, Dorset, 28th September 1789. Served on Malta, 14th December 1839 to 4th February 1845. Promoted Colonel 9th November 1846, and Major-General 20th June 1854. Retired on Full pay 24th January 1857, died at Charlton, London S.E.10. on 10th June 1871

Herbert Nelson BASTON, aged 23 years, bachelor, Lance-Sergeant, Royal Welch Fusiliers, the son of Edward Baston, Clerk in Holy Orders, married 22nd February 1897 to, Annie GREGORY, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Frederick Gregory, Bandmaster, Royal Welch Fusiliers

James BASTON, aged 32 years, Private, 77th Regiment, buried 6th July 1841

John Henry BATCHELOR, aged 31 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of John Batchelor, married 16th December 1884, to Edith BECKENSALL, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Beckensall

William Sinclair BATE, born in Malta about 1877, the son of Ellen and William Bate. His father was a Staff Sergeant in the A.S.C. in 1881 stationed at Colewort Barracks, Portsmouth, where he lived with his parents and family

Eliza Harriet Amelia BATEMAN, baptised 14th May 1864, the daughter of James and Eliza Bateman, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Joseph BATEMAN, born in Malta about 1876, the son of Annie and Peter Bateman. By 1881 his father was a Chelsea Pensioner living in Bury, Lancashire, where he also lived with the family

Richard Henry BATEMAN, baptised 8th December 1861, the son of James and Eliza Bateman, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

James BATES, Private, 7th Regiment, buried 4th January 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John BATES, aged 27 years, Private, 88th Regiment, buried 1st December 1846

Isabel Frederica Melita BATHURST, born 31st August 1831, the daughter of Julia and Lieut-Colonel the Hon. Seymour Bathurst

Frederick BATT, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, the son of Edward Batt, married 3rd October 1896, to Mary O’LEARY, aged 22 years, spinster, from Ellacombe, Torquay, the daughter of Edward Dennis O’Leary

James BATT, aged 56 years, Pensioner, late Sergeant in the Staff Corps, buried 1st February 1840

James BATTEN, Paymaster Sergeant, 57th Regiment, married 11th September 1856 to, Mary McCRICE, widow

Matthew BATTLEY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 6th May 1814, to Sarah MILWARD

J. BATTY, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps, serving on board HMS Crocodile was found drowned on 31st January 1872. It is believed that he fell off the Mole into the water. He was buried in the Strada Dolori Cemetery, Pieta

George BAVISSTOCKE, Private, 3005, 28th Regiment, presented with silver medal for meritous conduct and long service, 25th May 1857

Mary BAWN, born 5th December 1862, the daughter of James and Mary Bawn, nee CUMMINS, Bombardier, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Sarah BAWN, born 5th November 1860, the daughter of James and Mary Bawn, nee CUMMINS, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Otto BAYER, Lieut-Colonel, Lieutenant Governor of Gozo, lived at Chambray in Gozo, rent free, as authorised by the Local Government, in 1825

Thomas BAYFORD, Private, 97th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 15th October 1847, of striking an officer, sentenced to three years hard labour

Captain BAYLEY, Deputy Judge Advocate, lived at 35 Marsamuscetto, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Charles Andrews BAYLEY, Captain, 36th Regiment, appointed Lieutenant-Governor and Military Commandant of Gozo and Comino, in October 1826. He succeded Lieut-Colonel Bayer – deceased

Charles Andrews BAYLEY, died 12th August 1852, aged 70 years, Colonel. Died at the Palace of Marfa where he had retired for the benefit of his health. For many years Commandant and Superintendent of the island of Gozo. Interred at Fort Chambray. He entered the army as an Ensign in 1804, and promoted Lieutenant 1805, Captain 1812, Major 1830 and Lieut-Colonel 1846. In 1826 he was put on half pay. Afterwards came to Malta from which time to his death he held an appointment under the Government

Hugh BAYLIFF, born in Malta about 1864. In 1881 he was living with his mother Henrietta, the wife of an Army Captain, in Clifton, Gloucestershire

John BAYLISS, Colonel, 2nd Battalion, 35th Regiment, Court Martialed, but cleared, of shooting Captain Richard Charles Newman, of the 20th Regiment, in a duel May 1802

Arthur Simcoe BAYNES, Lieut-Colonel. Cornet 24th June 1812, Lieutenant 28th December 1815, Captain 24th June 1824, Major 2nd October 1835, Lieut-Colonel 26th October 1841. Died 13th September 1875, aged 78 years, at his country house at Tarxien

Frances Edith BAYNES, died 8th June 1850, in Sliema, aged 16 months 10 days, the daughter of Captain R. Lambert Baynes, Companion of the Bath, Redeemer of Greece, and the Hon. Mrs Baynes

Frederick William BEADLEY, baptised 26th July 1863, the son of George and Mary Beadley, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

C. H. BEAGUE, died 12th May 1827, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers

Alfred BEALE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, the son of Alexander Beale, married 10th March 1894, to Julia RING, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of John Ring

R. BEALE, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, buried 5th August 1891

Henry BEANS, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, married 21st November 1860 to, Harriet ADY, the daughter of Joseph Ady, Schoolmaster

Henry Charles BEANS, baptised 23rd August 1862, the son of Henry and Harriet Beans, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Arthur Samuel BEARDSLEY, the son of William Joseph and Isabella Beardsley, Captain, Royal Artillery, born 27th March 1890

Reginald Owen BEARDSLEY, the son of William Joseph and Isabella Beardsley, Captain, Royal Artillery, born 14th February 1892

Margaret BEATSON, aged 1 year, the daughter of John Beatson, 92nd Highlanders, buried 6th July 1837

Sarah BEATSON, aged 34 years, the wife of J. Beatson, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 23rd June 1840

Roger Steward BEATSON, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, married 19th November 1836, to Elizabeth Mary Ann WOOD, the second daughter of Lieut-General John Sullivan Wood

BEAVER, the son of Sergeant Beaver, 44th Regiment, aged five years, buried 22nd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas BEAVER, the son of Sergeant Beaver, 44th Regiment, aged two years four months, buried 21st July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John BEAVIS, aged 31 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 7th June 1825

Ferdinand BEAUCLERK, 21+, bachelor, of Dawn House, Arundel, Sussex, the son of Charles Robert and Jouquena Beauclerk, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, married 9th February 1872, to Emily Joanne LLOYD, 21+, spinster, of Glasgow, the daughter of Robert and Anna Lloyd

Edna Maude Sarah BEAZLEY, born 5th April 1900, the daughter of Corporal Walter Stephen and Martha Beazley, Royal Artillery

John BECK, aged 20 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 17th August 1824

Robert BECKETT, 21+, bachelor, of Co.Antrim, the son of Joseph and Mary Beckett, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 17th May 1875, to Olimpia DEBETAZ, 21+, spinster, born Vevey, Switzerland, the daughter of Peter and Frances Debetaz

Sidney BECKWITH, Lieutenant, Rifle Brigade, married 28th January 1832, to Eliza Mary HARVEY, of Portsea

Thomas BEDDING, aged 21 years, bachelor, from Norly, Oxfordshire, Private, 14th Regiment, married 3rd August 1812, to Eleanor HUGHES, aged 26 years, from Dublin, the widow of Private John Hughes, 81st Regiment

Thomas BEDDOW, aged 23 years, bachelor, Lance-Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 20th Regiment, the son of John Beddow, married 10th August 1880, to Josephine GAUCI, aged 29 years, widow, the daughter of George SMITH

Edward BEER, Corporal, 95th Regiment, married 27th October 1829, to Mary Ann KINGSWELL

Edward BEER, Corporal, 7th Regiment, married 19th January 1835, to Catherine PRICE

Elizabeth Moira Hastings BEEVER, the daughter of Captain Beever, late Barrack Master at Hull, married 4th September 1827, to Edmund STARKEY, Apothecary to the Forces

Charles John BEGLEY, born in Malta about 1879, the son of Elizabeth and John Begley. Living at Fulwood Barracks, Preston, Lancashire, in 1881 a Sergeant in the 108th Regiment

Dulcie Gwendoline Letitia BELBIN, born 16th July 1891, the daughter of Sergeant William John and Ketunah Belbin, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment

Victor Alexander BELBIN, born 17th March 1898, the son of Sergeant William John and Ketunah Belbin, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment

William Edward John BELBIN, born 4th October 1894, the son of Sergeant William John and Ketunah Belbin, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment

John BELFIELD, Private, 46th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 21st March 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Eliza BELL, baptised 8th August 1865, the daughter of John and Elizabeth Bell, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Florence BELL, baptised 17th March 1860, the daughter of Edward William Derrington and Alice Bell, Lieut-Colonel, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Florence Rowena BELL, born 3rd May 1900, the daughter of Florence Rowena and James Bell, Armourer Sergeant, 3rd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers

Frederick Woodford BELL, aged 2 months, the son of Major E.W. Bell, Royal Fusiliers, buried 1st December 1828

George BELL, the son of George Bell, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged one year two months, buried 25th February 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James BELL, aged 25 years, bachelor, Armourer Sergeant, 3rd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, the son of Henry Bell deceased, married 17th May 1899 to, Florence Rowena FRAMPTON, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Nelson Frampton, Chemist

John BELL, Private, 70th Regiment, married 11th September 1837 to, Elizabeth WARD

John BELL, the son of George Bell, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged two years three months, buried 12th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John BELL, the son of George Bell, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged two years eight months, buried 2nd August 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

John BELL, 21+, bachelor, born in Newcastle, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Joseph and Margaret Bell, married 19th April 1862 to, Elizabeth PAINTER, 21+, spinster, born Cornwood, Devon, the daughter of John and Mary Painter

Margaret Mary BELL, baptised 13th September 1863, the daughter of John and Elizabeth Bell, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Robert BELL, Schoolmaster Sergeant, 28th Regiment, presented with a silver cup, saucer and cover, by Lieut-Colonel Adams at the Garrison School, Vittoriosa on 18th September 1858

Thomas BELL, aged 43 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, died from cholera, buried 18th July 1837

Thomas John BELL, baptised 20th March 1864, the son of John and Elizabeth Bell, Gunner, Royal Artillery

William Henry BELL, baptised 27th October 1866, the son of John and Elizabeth Bell, Gunner, Royal Artillery

H.V. BELLANTI, died 23rd February 1898, aged 22 years, at Sliema, Lieutenant, Royal Malta Artillery

William BELTON, baptised 18th November 1866, the son of Henry and Sarah Belton, Warder, Military Prison

Mary BENGIES/BENZIES, aged 30 years, the wife of Private Bengies/Benzies, 92nd Regiment, buried 3rd July 1837

Samuel BENIFIELD, aged 25 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Samuel Benifield, married 22nd May 1894, to Netta GALEA, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Salvo Galea

Anthony BENN, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, married 7th July 1841, to Helen MUNRO, the daughter of Captain Munro, Royal Artillery

Thomas BENN, baptised 20th August 1865, the son of George and Mary Anne Benn, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Alexander BENNETT, born 15th July 1870, the son of Alexander and Catherine Bennett, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Benjamin Thomas BENNETT, baptised 7th July 1860, the son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Bennett, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Elizabeth Anne BENNETT, baptised 23rd February 1862, the daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth Bennett, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

James BENNETT, aged 25 years, bachelor, Sergeant, the son of John Bennett, married 1st January 1890, to Eleanor GREEN, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of William John Green

Mark Henry BENNETT, baptised 23rd August 1863, the son of James and Eliza Bennett, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Thomas BENNETT, Private, 14th Regiment, married 1st January 1817, to Anna SEED, of Gloucester

Thomas BENNETT, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Thomas Bennett, married 3rd April 1880, to Louisa Christiana LAYCOCK, aged 17 years, minor, with her parents consent, the daughter of William Peter Laycock

Thomas William BENNETT, born 1849/1850, the son of Patrick Bennett, Private, 69th Regiment

Thomas William BENNETT, baptised 12th April 1862, the son of David and Caroline Bennett, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

George BENNINGTON, aged 28 years 9 months, bachelor, born in Wendling, Norfolk, the son of Benjamin and Susan Bennington, Sergeant, 64th Regiment, married 2nd March 1869 to, Catherine READING, aged 26 years 2 months, widow, born in Plymouth, Schoolmistress, 64th Regiment, the daughter of Joseph and Margaret LOVELL

Charles BENSON, Private, 80th Regiment, married 11th September 1828, to Charlotte LOUIS (or Lonis)

William George Sackville BENSON, Lieutenant, Essex Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 25th February 1889, aged 28 years

William BENTHAM, Major, Royal Artillery. Born in Gibraltar 3rd January 1786. Served on Malta and Sicily June 1803 to January 1808. Died in Charlton, London, 1st February 1832

Sergeant Arthur BENTLEY, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, died 9th April 1899

George BENTLEY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 19th May 1822, to Ann McGUIGGAN

Martin John Archibald BENTLEY, baptised 9th March 1861, the son of Martin and Martha Bentley, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Sarah BENTLEY, baptised 16th July 1806, the daughter of Margaret and William Bentley, Private, 39th Regiment

Robert BENTLEY, aged 25 years, Private, 32nd Regiment, buried 15th March 1824

C.R. BENTON, Private, Dorset Regiment, drowned whilst bathing at Pembroke Camp on 11th June 1898. His body was taken to Forrest Hospital for Post Mortem

Eleanor BERGAN, died 6th September 1811, aged 13 months, 44th Regiment

Constance Sarah BERGER, born 16th February 1879, the daughter of Margaret Catherine and Major Ernest Archibald Berger, 10th Regiment

Dennis BERGIN, Private, 77th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 7th December 1841, of striking a Corporal, sentenced to 200 lashes

Albert BERNARD, died 18th February 1883, aged 14 years, the son of Captain Bernard, Royal Malta Fencible Artillery

Ludovico BERNARD MD, Major, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Regina BERNARD, the daughter of Lieutenant P. Bernard, Royal Malta Fencible Artillery, died 29th January 1870 in Valletta, aged 4 years six months, from diphtheria

Samuel BERRIDGE, aged 26 years, bachelor, born in Great Catworth, Huntingdonshire, Private, 31st Regiment, the son of Francis and Elizabeth Berridge, married 5th May 1868 to, Martha Anne BRAKESLY, aged 23 years, spinster, born in England, the daughter of Benjamin and Anne Brakesly

Charles BERRINGTON, died about 31st August 1814, Captain, Royal Engineers

Charles BERRY, died 14th April 1854, Private, Grenadier Guards. Stationed in Malta. Died in the Lazaretto, aged 26 years

George BERRY, Private, 61st Regiment, aged about 38 years. Found dead in his bed on 8th July 1880 in the barrack room in St. Francesca di Paola Barracks, Cottonera

John BERRY, aged 19 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 18th September 1824

John BERRY, Colour Sergeant, 69th Regiment, aged 39 years, buried 13th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John BERRY, aged 24 years, bachelor, of Cheltenham, the son of William and Elizabeth Berry, Sergeant, 28th Regiment, married 4th February 1873, to Sarah Ann NAPIER, aged 17 years, spinster, born Cannanore, India, the daughter of John and Mary Ann Napier

Mary Ann BERRY, the daughter of Sergeant John Berry, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged three years four months, buried 18th October 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Susannah BERRY, the daughter of Colour Sergeant John Berry, 69th Regiment, aged two year five months, buried 10th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William BERRY, aged four months, the son of William Berry, Sergeant, 14th Regiment, buried 9th July 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William Thomas BERTIE, born in Malta about 1879, the son of Alice and Joseph Bertie. His father was a Private in the 42nd Regiment in 1881 and stationed at Aldershot, Hampshire

Isabella Jane BERTIE, born in Malta about 1876, the daughter of Alice and Joseph Bertie. Her father was a Private in the 42nd Regiment in 1881 and stationed at Aldershot, HampshireJames BERWICK, Sergeant, 88th Regiment, married 18th November 1841, to Mary JOYCE

Elizabeth Jane BEST, baptised 16th October 1865, the daughter of William and Anne Jane Best, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Georgina BEST, baptised 13th September 1863, the daughter of William and Ann Jane Best, Gunner, Royal Artillery

John George BEST, born 18th August 1863, the son of George and Ellen Best, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Thomas Henry BEST, baptised 23rd September 1866, the son of William and Annie Jane Best, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Frances BETHUNE, died 19th November 1855, aged 22 years, the wife of Major M. Bethune, 9th Regiment

Frances BETHUNE, the wife of Major Bethune, 9th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 21st November 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edward BETTIS, 21+, bachelor, of High Ongar, Essex, the son of John and Mary Bettis, Private, 48th Regiment, married 16th January 1872, to Maria Carmela CIGLIA, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Francis and Maria Fenech Ciglia

Georgina Bertha BEVAN, born 12th November 1869, the daughter of Elijah and Jennett Bevan, Colour-Sergeant, 64th Regiment

William Thomas BEVAN, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Welch Regiment, the son of William Thomas Bevan, married 27th September 1892, to Elizabeth Gertrude TAYLOR, aged 28 years, spinster, the daughter of George Taylor

Joseph Thomas BEVERLEY, died 8th December 1810, aged 10 weeks, the son of Royal Artilleryman

William BEVINS, Private, 28th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial on 2nd May 1857, of disobeying a command, insubordinate language, losing necessaries, sentenced to 50 lashes and two years hard labour

Surgeon BEVIS, at Fort Chambray Hospital, August 1882

John BEYRNED, died 3rd August 1858, aged 23 years, 14th Regiment, fell from Ball's Bastion, Valletta, onto the Marina and found dead

Jane Alice BICKBY, baptised 30th November 1861, the daughter of Hodgson and Jesse Bickby, Quartermaster Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Edward BICKETT, 21+, bachelor, born in Queens County, Ireland, Lance-Corporal, 87th Regiment, the son of James and Mary Bickett, married 8th September 1868 to, Jane Elizabeth WHITE, spinster, minor, born in India, the daughter of Charles and Mary White

G. BICKNELL, Royal Berkshire Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 18th August 1891

Thomas BIDDULPH, 21+, bachelor, from Keighley, Yorkshire, the son of Barlees and Elizabeth Biddulph, Sergeant, 48th Regiment, married 9th December 1871, to Mary Ann TAYLOR, spinster, from Galway, the daughter of William Frederick and Mary Taylor, Garrison QMS

Hannah BIDWELL, baptised 26th October 1808, the daughter of Mary and John Bidwell, Private, 31st Regiment

John BIGBIE, Private, 42nd Regiment, married 6th March 1844, to Margaret WILSON, the widow of Charles Wilson

Charles Dickinson BIGGS, aged 10 months, the son of Thomas Biggs, 59th Regiment, buried 15th June 1837

Elizabeth Emma BIGGS, the daughter of Colour Sergeant Biggs, 9th Regiment, aged 10 months, buried 10th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charles BIGNALL, aged 24 years, Private, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, the son of Charles William Bignall, married 25th March 1887, to Elizabeth CACHIA, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Vincent Cachia

Eliza BILLINGTON, died 16th January 1813, aged 10 months, 14th Regiment

James BILLOWS, died 4th April 1854, Private, 4th Regiment, aged 37 years. Found drowned behind Fort Manoel

George BILLS, aged 26 years, bachelor, 1st Battalion, Royal Scots Regiment, the son of George Bills, married 26th August 1882, to Jane LATTMER, aged 28 years, spinster, the daughter of Alexander Lattmer

Emma BINGHAM, the daughter of Corporal Joshua Bingham, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged 12 months, buried 13th July 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Frederick Nixon BINGHAM, born 30th December 1879, the son of Matilda Pamela and Sergeant John Bingham, Royal Engineers

Samuel BINGLEY, aged 36 years, Private, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 8th July 1837

Abraham BINNS, baptised 22nd November 1865, the son of Thomas and Jane Binns, Sergeant, 84th Regiment

Thomas BINNS, baptised 26th January 1867, the son of Thomas and Jane Binns, Lance Corporal, 84th Regiment

Ruth BIRCH, aged 3 years, the daughter of Sergeant John Birch, 80th Regiment, buried 24th June 1824

William BIRCH, died 15th December 1867, Gunner, Royal Artillery. He was with other men going to Fort Tigne to fetch a picquet to collect a drunken man. In the dark and with blinding rain, he mistook the path and fell over the cliff onto the rocks and was killed

Benjamin BIRD, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in Birmingham, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment, the son of William and Mary Bird, married 22nd June 1868 to, Ruth NORKETT, aged 27 years, widow, born in Watlington, Gloucestershire, the daughter of William and Sarah CRUTCH

Catherine BIRD, baptised 7th December 1861, the daughter of George and Ann Bird, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

David BIRD, Sergeant, 97th Regiment, married 10th September 1847, to Margaret MURPHY

Thomas BIRKETT, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in Stamford, Lincolnshire, Colour-Sergeant, 23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers, the son of Elijah Birkett, married 6th April 1863 to, Mary Ann WRIGHT, aged 24 years, spinster, born in Dublin, the daughter of Cornelius Pickering Wright

William Joseph BIRKLE, born 19th July 1900, the son of William George and Leah Birkle, Staff-Sergeant, A.O.C.

Charles BIRT, 21+, bachelor, of Newport, the son of Joseph and Agnes Birt, Gunner, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 14th October 1876, to Katherine JONES, 21+, widow, of Lincoln, the daughter of William and Sarah JACKSON

Charles BIRT, 21+, widower, of Newport, Monmouthshire, the son of Joseph and Edna Birt, Gunner, 14th Battery, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 7th December 1878, to Catherine HILLMAN, 21+, widow, of Dublin, the daughter of John and Catherine NORTON

Henry BISGROVE, 21+, bachelor, born in Wells, Somerset, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Henry and Frances Bisgrove, married 3rd December 1866 to, Rosina KINGSHOTT, aged 20 years, spinster, born in East Harting, Sussex, the daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth Kingshott

F. BISHOP, Royal Berkshire Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 28th February 1893

Forster Frederick Robert BISHOP, Lieut-Colonel, Madras Staff Corps, died on 20th December 1879 in the Military Hospital, Merchants Street, Valletta, from hepatitis. He was buried in Ta Braxia cemetery

Henry BISHOP, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 28 years, buried 5th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Henry BISHOP, died 2nd June 1867, 60th Regiment, drowned bathing at St.Julians Bay

Daniel BISSETT, Brevet-Major, Royal Artillery. Born Chatham, Kent, 22nd September 1785. Served in Mediterranean 18th June 1811 to 19th March 1822. Married at Sherborne, Dorset, Henrietta Hoddinott. Two sons born on Malta, G.H. Angelo Bissett, born 4th July 1814, and Richard Tay Armstrong Bissett, born 24th January 1821

Margaret BISSETT, aged 4 years, the daughter of Sergeant Bissett, Reserve Battalion, buried 17th March 1846

William BLACK, aged 42 years, widower, born in Curran, Ireland, Lance-Corporal, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of William and Mary Black, married 3rd September 1863 to, Catherine SUNDERLAND, aged 43 years, widow, born in Aston, the daughter of Richard and Mary HOLLAND

Thomas BLACKBURN, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, married 24th September 1860 to, Madeleine COLEIRO, the daughter of John Coleiro

Lieut-Colonel BLACKBURNE, Commanding Officer 69th Regiment, November 1850.

Joseph BLACK, baptised 30th November 1862, the son of Joseph and Elizabeth Black, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Robert BLACKIE, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 8th August 1843, to Catherine CARBONARO, of the Parish St.Dominic, Valletta

Robert George BLACKIE, baptised 10th October 1863, the son of Robert and Mary Blackie, Brigade Sergeant Major, Royal Artillery

Maria Isabella BLACKLOW, born 22nd May 1868, the daughter of James and Emma Blacklow, nee BIRD, Sergeant, 31st Regiment

Agnes Loveday BLACKMAN, born 6th August 1897, the daughter of Charlotte and Sergeant Arthur Henry Blackman, Royal Engineers

(Arthur) William Henry BLACKMAN, aged 34 years, widower, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, married 7th October 1895 to, Charlotte LOVEDAY, aged 30 years, spinster, the daughter of John Loveday deceased

John BLACKMAN, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 23rd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Emily BLACKSTOCK, born 21st October 1870, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Ann Blackstock, nee MACBURNEY, Private, 64th Regiment

James BLACKWALL, QMS, 44th Regiment, married 9th July 1850, to Fanny ALLEN, widow

Robert BLAGG, baptised 11th August 1805, the son of Martha and William Blagg, Royal Artillery

Edward Routh BLAGRAVE, died 21st March 1863, aged 32 years, Captain, Royal Madras Engineers, from phthisis. Born in Bengal, he left a widow

James BLAIR, aged 25 years, Private, 88th Regiment, buried 12th October 1841

Walter Charles Hunter BLAIR, Captain, Royal Artillery, served in Malta 1888. Born 1st September 1860

William BLAIR, Corporal, 10th Regiment, married 8th July 1819, to Mary Catherine TAYLOR

Charles John BLAKE, Captain, Royal Artillery, the elder son of Charles Blake of Moray House, Surbiton, Surrey, married 20th May 1880 in Cadenabia Episcopal Chapel, Lake Como, to Evangeline Claudette COURTENAY, second daughter of Right Reverend Bishop Courtenay, late Bishop of Kingston, Jamaica

George BLAKE, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 30 years, buried 21st July 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Nicholas BLAKE, bachelor, of Woodleigh, Devon, the son of John and Jane Blake, Corporal, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 13th July 1876, to Mary Ann LARMOUR, spinster, of Woolwich, Kent, the daughter of Robert and Catherine Larmour

Thomas Seymour BLAKE, Sergeant, 97th Regiment, married 11th May 1847, to Mary REIDY

Thomas BLAKELY, 21+, bachelor, born Cleugharan, Ireland, Corporal, 69th Regiment, married 29th August 1848 to, Mary LAVARY, 21+, spinster, born Oranmore, Ireland

E. BLAKESLEY, died of cholera 8th September 1867, aged 1 year, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

Mary Anne BLAKESLEY, born 6th September 1867, the daughter of Thomas and Cecilia Eliza Blakesley, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

S.A. BLAKESLEY, died of cholera 11th September 1867, infant, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

Edward William BLANCH, 21+, bachelor, of East Dereham, Norfolk, the son of John and Elizabeth Blanch, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, married 11th January 1876, to Kate STRICKLAND, 21+, spinster, of Southampton, Hampshire, the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Strickland

John Otway Percy BLAND, baptised 30th December 1863, the son of Edward Loftus and Emma Frances Bland, Captain, Royal Engineers

Samuel BLAND, baptised 15th March 1863, the son of Samuel and Jane Bland, Private, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Isabella Caroline BLANE, born 8th September 1857, the daughter of John and Matilda Blane, nee CARR, Corporal, 71st Regiment

Gunner John BLANE, Royal Artillery, aged 28 years 1 month, died 16th June 1891

Jacob BLATTNER, aged 32 years, bachelor, born in Aarau, Switzerland, the son of Gottlieb and Susanna Blattner, Private, 100th Regiment, married 16th April 1866 to, Anne ORTEGA, aged 21 years, spinster, born in Malaga, Spain, the daughter of John and Sophia Ortega

John BLEASE, aged 22 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of John Blease, married 24th February 1886, to Giuseppa CHIRCOPP, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of John Chircopp

BLENCH, baptised 12th January 1867, the child of William Blench, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps

William Thomas BLENNIRY (?), baptised 1st September 1866, the son of Thomas and Martha Blenniry, Private, 60th Rifles

Mary BLONG, the daughter of Hospital Sergeant Blong, 1st Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged one year seven months, buried 30th November 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Francis BLOODWORTH, aged 2 months, the son of Private Bloodworth, 59th Regiment, buried 30th July 1837

Francis Edward BLOOMER, baptised 9th December 1865, the son of William and Mary Elizabeth Bloomer, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Robert William BLOOMER, baptised 20th December 1862, the son of William and Elizabeth Bloomer, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

William BLOOMER, baptised 19th February 1861, the son of William and Mary Bloomer, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Joseph BLUITT, aged 25 years, bachelor, Private, 1st Battalion, Shropshire Regiment, the son of Joseph Bluitt, married 15th April 1884, to Mary Josephina NORRIS, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert Norris

BLYTHE, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 24th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Samuel Fritche BLYTH, Lieut-Colonel, 35th Regiment, died 9 a.m. Monday morning 9th February 1880. As a sign of respect no officers of the 35th Regiment attended the Fancy Dress Ball held that week

Eliza BODDELL, born 18th June 1863, the daughter of John and Mary Boddell, nee HART. Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Reverend A. BODDINGTON, Roman Catholic Chaplain to the Forces, January 1899

A. Perhyn BOILEAU, Lieutenant, Rifle Brigade, aged 19 years, buried 2nd August1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

C.A. BOILEAU, died 3rd August 1855, Lieutenant, Rifle Brigade. Buried with military honours in Royal Naval Hospital Cemetery. He was wounded on 18th June, at the assault of the Malakoff in the Crimea

Alberta Eliza BOLTEN, baptised 7th January 1866, the daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Bolten, Armourer, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

Hugh Oscar BONAKER, born 15th January 1900, the son of Sergeant William Henry and Maud Mary Bonaker, A.O.C.

Dr. Emanuel BONAVIA, born 15th July 1829, baptised same day at St. Dominic’s Church, Porto Salvo, Valletta. Married Anna RUTTER. Commissioned 4th August 1857 in Bengal Medical Service. Retired from the Army with the rank of Brigade Surgeon on 26th April 1888. Published many works on horticultural matters. Died 14th November 1908 in Worthing, England

Frances BOND, baptised 13th January 1866, the daughter of Thomas and Frances Bond, Engineer

George Philip Pile BOND, aged 24 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of William Bond, married 25th February 1889, to Elizabeth BELL, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of James Bell

Henry George BOND, born 5th May 1898, the son of Thomas Morgan and Martha Frances Bond, Army Medical Staff

Robert BOND, aged 28 years, widower, born in Easley, Norfolk, Corporal, 52nd Regiment, the son of Robert and Fanny Bond, married 14th February 1870 to, Caroline JEFFRIES, aged 22 years, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Gaeto and Lucy FALZON

Captain BONELLO, Malta Fencible Regiment, died 23rd October 1828

Ralph BONNER, the son of John Bonner, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 17 months, buried 17th March 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Sarah BONNETT, the daughter of Colour Sergeant Bonnett, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged one year three months, buried 25th August 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Frank BOOKHAM, born in Hambledon, Surrey, about 1866, the son of Mary and David Bookham. Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment. Died 31st January 1891, aged 25 years

Thomas BOON, Private, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 18th November 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary Elizabeth BOOTE, born 26th November 1898, the daughter of John and Jane Boote, Staff-Sergeant, A.P.C.

Benjamin BOOTH, died 5th January 1851, Private, 69th Regiment. Was under arrest at St.Elmo guard room when he disappeared, and after a search his body was found lying under Marsamxett Bastion. Presumed he threw himself from a height of 130 feet. He died the next day

Benjamin BOOTH, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 7th January 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Harriet Alice BOOTH, baptised 11th February 1865, the daughter of William and Ann Booth, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Rebecca Jane BOOTH, baptised 20th September 1862, the daughter of William and Ann Booth, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Simon BOOTH, aged 28 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 10th July 1824

Walter Charles BOOTH, baptised 9th September 1860, born July, the son of William and Anne Booth, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Willie John BORDER ??, baptised 14th March 1863, the son of William and Sara Patience Border, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

John L. BORE, born in Malta about 1846. By 1881 a Captain in the 36th Regiment, married, and living in Marylebone, London

Maria Concetta BORG, aged 15 years 9 months, spinster, the daughter of Francis Borg, Sergeant, Royal Malta Fencible Artillery, married 10th February 1886, to Enoch HARTLEY, aged 23 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Enoch Hartley

Hannah Elizabeth BORROWDALE, the daughter of William Borrowdale, Private, 41st Regiment, buried 29th September 1853 by Reverend Le Mesurier

Sir Arthur BORTON, was born 1814 in Norfolk, and joined the 9th (East Norfolk) Regiment in 1832. He served in Mauritius, India and in the Afghan war of 1842. Followed by further service in India and the Crimea. After the Crimean War he went to Canada and back to India again. He became Governor of Malta in 1878 and served until June 1884. In 1850 he married Caroline Mary Georgina Forbes CLOSE, and died in London in 1893

Anna S.C. BORTON, the daughter of Lieut-Colonel Borton, 9th Regiment, aged 6 months, buried 4th July 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Robert BOSLEY, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 14th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas BOURN, baptised 4th October 1863, the son of William and Harriet Bourn, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Major BOWDEN, born 15th August 1859 to the wife of Major Bowden, 22nd Regiment, a daughter

Eliza BORWICK, aged 4 years 4 months, the daughter of Sergeant Borwick, 88th Regiment, buried 11th February 1847

Edward BOSLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Newbury, Berkshire, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, the son of Thomas and Maria Bosley, married 25th August 1863 to, Catarina MARIGOT, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of John Marigot

Henry BOUCHER, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 24 years, buried 9th March 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

E. BOURKE, Royal Artillery, and his wife adopted in 1870 a child, deserted by her parents. The baby was Agnes Flora SPENCER, born 19th June 1867, baptised October 1867. The parents left Malta shortly after her birth, without making any provision for her support. They are recorded as Henry and Agnes Spencer. By subscription Lieut-Colonel Yates, of the Royal Artillery, raised a sum of money and the baby was looked after for two years. He then arranged for her adoption

Nancy BOURN, baptised 20th July 1861, the daughter of William and Harriet Bourn, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Percy T. BOURNE, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, drowned whilst yachting off Valletta, 18th June 1893

Sir Henry Frederick BOUVERIE, born 11th July 1783, the third son of Edward Bouverie M.P., of Delapre Abbey, near Northampton. Commissioned as an Ensign in the Coldstream Guards on 23rd October 1799, he served in Egypt under General Abercrombie. In 1807 he was Aide-de-Camp to the Earl of Rosslyn at Copenhagen, and held a similar post with Sir Arthur Wellesley in Portugal in 1809. With promotion to Lieut-Colonel in 1810 he resigned from the Duke of Wellington’s Staff, but continued to serve in the Peninsular War and saw action in the major battles of the campaign. Army promotion continued to Colonel in 1814, and Major–General in 1825. He was appointed Governor of Malta on 1st October 1836, and held the post until June 1843 when he left for health reasons. In 1843 he became the Colonel of the 97th Regiment. He died at his home Woolbeding House, near Midhurst, Sussex, on 14th November 1852 whilst preparing to attend the funeral of the Duke of Wellington

BOWDEN, died 9th December 1859, the infant daughter of Major Bowden, 15th Regiment

Robert BOWEN, died 4th June 1874, aged 77 years, late Lieut-Colonel, Coldstream Guards

John Wallace BOWERS, aged 36 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 3rd Battalion, Kings Royal Rifles, the son of Isaac Bowers, married 10th June 1882, to Frances Alice PARSONS, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert Parsons

Robert BOWIE, bachelor, Lance-Corporal, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Regiment, married 22nd November 1845 to, Catherine MACKENZIE, spinster, born in Scotland

James Charles BOWLER, born in Malta about 1862. In 1881 a Trumpeter, stationed at Horfield Barracks, Gloucestershire

George Cranley BOWLES, of Richmond, Captain, 7th Regiment, married 2nd November 1833, to Jane Lucy LOCKER, eldest daughter of John Locker of Malta

James Charles BOWLER, baptised 18th August 1861, the son of William and Sarah Patience Bowler, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

John BOWLER, Lieutenant, 80th Regiment, married 9th July 1823, to Frances Mary Jane RAITT, daughter of Lieut-Colonel Raitt

William BOWLER, born in Malta about 1863. In 1881 a Private, stationed in Plymouth, Devon

James Devereux BOWLY, 21+, bachelor, born in Cheltenham, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, the son of James Hinton Bowly of Bath, married 15th June 1870 to, Margaret Arabella JACKSON, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Mary Emily and Henry Lord Jackson

Fanny Elizabeth BOWMAN, born 2nd January 1857, the daughter of Mary Ann and Sergeant Frederick Bowman, 48th Regiment

Mary Anne Eliza BOWTON, aged 29 years, the wife of ... Bowton, Ordnance Department, buried 9th July 1837

Joseph BOWYER, Private, 59th Regiment, married 18th January 1838, to Jane CLARKE

David BOXALL, aged 33 years, bachelor, of Hambledon, Surrey, the son of John and Mary Boxall, Sergeant, 31st Regiment, married 26th January 1871, to Ann CLINTON, aged 27 years, widow, of Onglass, Co.Down, the daughter of William and Nancy KEIOM

Ellen (Eleanor) BOXOLD, aged 2 weeks, the daughter of George Boxold, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 1st December 1840

George BOXOLD, 21+, bachelor, Private, 47th Regiment, married 23rd May 1838, to Jane GARHAM, 21+, spinster, from Annan, Dumfrieshire

Jane BOXOLD, aged 32 years, the wife of George Boxold, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 25th November 1840

Mary Jane BOXOLD, aged 3 months, the daughter of George Boxold, 47th Regiment, buried 13th July 1840

John BOYCE, baptised 14th February 1802, the son of Elizabeth and John Boyce, 2nd Battalion, 20th Regiment

Richard Bridson BOYCE, baptised 19th August 1865, the son of John Clarence and Charlotte Boyce, Captain, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

Richard Bridson BOYCE, born in Malta about 1865, the son of Charlotte and John Clarence Boyce. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Tomoham, Devon. His father a retired Army Officer

William Robert BOYD, baptised 24th February 1861, the son of Samuel and Ann Boyd, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Elizabeth BOYHAM, died 26th April 1809, aged 7 months, 31st Regiment

Catherine Minna BOYLE, born 16th September 1859, the daughter of Frances Sydney and Captain Robert Boyle, Royal Artillery

Charles Fremoult BOYLE, born 5th July 1857, the son of Frances Sydney and Captain Robert Boyle, Royal Artillery

Patrick BOYLE, 31st Regiment, Court Martialed 7th November 1856 for having lost or making away with a Crimea War medal and clasp for Sebastopol

Robert BOYLE, 21+, bachelor, born in Edinburgh, Captain, Royal Artillery, the son of Camilla and the late Rt. Hon. David Boyle, married 9th July 1856 to, Frances Sydney SANKEY, 21+, spinster, born in Gibraltar, the daughter of Frances Louisa and Dr. Francis Fremoult Sankey

Charles BOYNE, Private, Rifle Brigade, found Guilty of Desertion at his Court Martial held on 20th April 1841, and sentenced to 18 months imprisonment, and to be branded with the letter D

William BOYLE, aged 33 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 4th October 1823

Samuel BOZMAN, baptised 7th April 1860, the son of Samuel and Mary Bozman, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

John BRADBURY, 21+, bachelor, of Dorchester, the son of William and Ellen Bradbury, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment, married 16th May 1871, to Sarah BRESNAN, 21+, spinster, of Dublin, the daughter of John and Catherine Bresnan

Joseph BRADBURY, aged 25 years, Private, 36th Regiment, buried 18th January 1823

Mary Ann BRADFORD, the wife of Thomas Bradford, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 32 years, buried 4th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William BRADFORD, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 22 years, buried 31st \    October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Frederick BRADIGAN, baptised 24th September 1865, the son of William and Mary Anne Bradigan, Private, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Ellen BRADING, from the Isle of Wight, married 10th September 1827, to Charles PHILIPS, Colour-Sergeant, 80th Regiment

Bertram A. BRADLEY, Royal Engineers, aged 19 days, buried 8th October 1892

George BRADLEY, aged 21 years, Private, 32nd Regiment, buried 9th December 1823

Francis BRADLEY, born in Malta about 1864. In 1881 a Private, stationed in Plymouth, Devon

George BRADLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Bedford, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, the son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Bradley, married 16th July 1859 to, Mary COOKE, 21+, spinster, born in Athy, Co.Kildare, Ireland, the daughter of Bartholomew and Margaret Knolles Cooke

John BRADLEY, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 19 years, buried 12th May 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Private John BRADLEY, 69th Regiment, appeared before the Magistrate on 1st October 1849, but cleared. His companion Private William Adamson was convicted

Robert Clive BRADLEY, born 24th January 1879, the son of Charles Edward and Alice Olive Bradley, Lieutenant, 98th Regiment

Robert Clive BRADLEY, born in Malta about 1879, the son of Charles and Alice Clive Bradley. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Whittington Barracks, Staffordshire. His father was a Lieutenant in the 98th Regiment

Jessie BRADSHAW, baptised 11th June 1864, the daughter of James and Jessie Bradshaw, Private, 1st Battalion, 9th Regiment

G.R. BRADY, Sergeant, 3rd Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 20th October 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George BRAGGS, Private, Royal Artillery, died 14th September 1868, in an accident involving six soldiers and two Maltese civilians, Sergeant John Nayell, Privates John Stewart, James Clark, Henry Lloyd, and David Anderson, also Paolo Muscat and Mario Scicluna. An explosion took place in the Shell Fitting room, as they were removing fuses from shells

James BRAID, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 27th November 1834, to Margaret STEDMAN

Charles BRAIN, born in Malta about 1840. In 1881 he was Sergeant-Major of Volunteers living with wife Mary Martha, nee Maloney in Kingston on Thames, Surrey

James BRAINS, Lance Corporal, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 19th November 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John BRANNAN, Private, 31st Regiment, with an accomplice, Private John Connell 47th Regiment, entered Vincenzo Mizzi’s jewellery shop, on 6th February 1857 and whilst one threw pepper into the man’s eyes the other soldier stole a silver watch

Gunner Richard BRASIER, Royal Artillery, aged 32 years, died 8th September 1899

James BRASS, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, North Staffordshire Regiment, the son of James Brass, married 14th November 1894, to Madeline Maud Alice LEES, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Lees

Henry Fullerton BRAY, baptised 7th April 1866, the son of Henry Hill and Jessie Bray, Colour Sergeant, 29th Regiment

Joseph BRAY, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 1st January 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Cumberland BRAYBROOK, died 19th February 1804, 20th Regiment

James BREADON, aged 24 years, bachelor, of Fermanagh, Ireland, the son of Samuel and Margaret Breadon, Private, 1st Battalion, 18th Regiment, married 20th July 1874, to Sarah Jane Eliza MILLER, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of William and Matilda Miller

Ellen Louisa BREAKWELL, baptised 4th September 1864, the daughter of Samuel and Emma Breakwell, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

James BREAM, baptised 14th March 1802, the son of Ann and John Bream, 63rd Regiment

William BREGHUEL, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 24th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James BREMMEN, aged 34 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 20th January 1842

Thomas BREMNER, Acting Sergeant-Major, Royal Artillery, married 24th August 1836, to Eliza SHERRIS, the widow of Sergeant-Major Sherris

Thomas BREMNER, died 18th October 1849 at Floriana, late Barracks Sergeant, leaving young widow and five children

Edward Fitzgerald BRENAN, born 7th April 1894, the son of Hugh Gerald and Helen Gertrude Brenan, Lieutenant, Royal Irish Rifles

Edward BRENNAN, died 24th November 18…….., 2nd Battalion, 24th Regiment

Patrick BRENNAN, No.2 Company, 95th Regiment, died 1st April 1825, aged 25 years. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

Margaret BRESLAN, aged 10 years, the daughter of Private Breslan, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 25th July 1837

Mary Ann BRESLEN, the daughter of Private Breslen, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged ten months eleven days, buried 27th July 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Private BRESLIN, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, found Guilty of Insubordination at his Court Martial on 25th September 1849, sentenced to receive 50 lashes

Charles Edward Bayard BRETON, Captain, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment, the eldest son of the Reverend Edward Breton, of Charmouth Rectory, Dorset, died 17th March 1866, aged 31 years, at his quarters in Floriana, from fever

Charles Frederick BREWSTER, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 10th Regiment, the son of Samuel Brewster, married 25th April 1880, to Annie Elizabeth Locke RIGDEN, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Thomas Rigden

John BRIDE, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 40 years, buried 4th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Georgina BRIDGE, died 2nd June 1852, aged 4 years 4 months, the fourth daughter of Helen and Captain George Bridge, 3rd Regiment. George Bridge later became a Lieut-Colonel, and Member of Hon. Corps of Gentlemen at Arms

Thomas BRIDGELAND, Adjutant, 28th Regiment, buried 5th July 1823

Colonel Arthur Walter BRIDGMAN, A.O.D., Chief Ordnance Officer in 1899

John BRIDGMAN, aged 20 years, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 20th October 1842

Amy Ridgway BRIDSON, born 30th August 1864, the daughter of Lieutenant William Paul Bridson, 4th Regiment

Amy Ridgway BRIDSON, baptised 8th December 1864, the daughter of William Paul and Beatrice Anne Bridson, Lieutenant, 4th Regiment

John BRIEN, the son of John Brien, Private, 44th Regiment, aged three months eleven days, buried 28th May 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

T. BRIEN, 87th Regiment, died 27th November 1869, suddenly in the Guard Room at Fort Manoel, whilst drunk

Thomas BRIERLEY, Corporal, 57th Regiment, married 23rd February 1857 to, Eliza COUGHLAN

Eunice Bertha BRIFFITT, born 23rd July 1893, the daughter of Samuel and Violet Briffitt, Sergeant, East Surrey Regiment

Arthur BRIGGS, the son of Julia and Frederick Briggs, born in Malta about 1876. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Carisbrooke, Hampshire. His father was a Staff-Sergeant with the Isle of Wight Artillery Militia

Margaret BRIGGS, the wife of Colour Sergeant John Briggs, 9th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 12th August 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William BRIGGS, the son of John Briggs, Sergeant, 9th Regiment, aged 10 months, buried 4th September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

John BRIGHT, 21+, bachelor, born in Ipswich, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of John and Elizabeth Ann Bright, married 12th July 1866 to, Maria STOKES, 21+, born in Eastchurch, Kent, the widow of Edmund Stokes, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the daughter of James and Sarah CHAMP

John BRIGHT, 21+, bachelor, born in Cambridge, Colour-Sergeant, 64th Regiment, the son of Samuel and Susannah Bright, married 9th December 1870 to, Mary Anne GAWTHORNE, spinster, minor, born in Bradford, Yorkshire, the daughter of Maria Teresa and Robert Littlefield Gawthorne

Robert BRIGHT, baptised 22nd January 1867, the son of John Robert and Martha Bright, Bombardier, Royal Artillery

William Robert BRIGHTON, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in Norwich, Armourer-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of Robert and Elizabeth Brighton, married 18th March 1862 to, Mary Ann HOGAN, spinster, minor, born in Quebec, Canada, the daughter of James and Amelia Hogan

Colour Sergeant Henry Tom BRIMSBY, Royal Muster Fusiliers, married Elizabeth MULVANEY, on 28th February 1884, in St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, Valletta. They had previously married in a Roman Catholic ceremony in the Sarria Church, Floriana

John BRIND, the son of Richard Brind, Private, 49th Regiment, aged 1 year 10 months, buried 29th October 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Sergeant BRIND, died 19th May 1854, 14th Regiment. His death was caused by the effect of charcoal burning in a small room

Eleanor BRINE, baptised 24th February 1866, the daughter of Bruce and Henrietta Brine, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers

Henrietta Ina Lindsay BRINE, baptised 12th November 1864, the daughter of Bruce and Henrietta Louisa Brine, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers

Mrs Allen BRINKWORTH, aged about 30 years. The wife of a soldier in the 48th Regiment, and servant of QMS Knox, on 12th October 1869, she threw herself from St.Johns Bastion, Cottonera, and sustained multiple injuries 

George BRISLEY, born in Malta about 1858. In 1881 living with his wife Georgina in Chelsea, London, a serving Soldier

Lieutenant BRISTOW, buried Monday 27th January 1890, in Ta Braxia cemetery.

John BRITTAIN, Private 44th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 8th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John William BROADHEAD, born 23rd November 1868, the son of George and Ann Broadhead, nee DAVIS, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Martha Ann BROADHEAD, born 7th October 1870, the daughter of George and Ann Broadhead, Royal Artillery

William BROADBRIDGE, the son of Frederick Broadbridge, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 3 years 6 months, buried 4th September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Robert James BROBSON, aged 30 years, bachelor, of Falmouth, Cornwall, the son of Robert Brobson, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 11th January 1879, to Kate Matilda PEAKE, aged 16 years, spinster, of Shoeburyness, the daughter of Walter Peake

Adolphus BROCK, baptised 6th March 1864, the son of Walter and Kesia Brock, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Sergeant G.J.W. BROCK, Royal Artillery, died 4th September 1897

Hilda Maud BRODLEY, aged 1 year 4 months, died at Citta Vecchia, buried 1st August 1892

Mary Christina BRODIGAN, born 2nd February 1875, the daughter of Mary Christina and Major Francis Brodigan, 28th Regiment

John S. BROGDEN, born in Malta about 1872. In 1881 living with his mother Mary and family in Hammersmith, London, whilst his father was a Soldier serving in India

Mary V. BROGDEN, born in Malta about 1870. In 1881 living with her mother Mary and family in Hammersmith, London, whilst her father was a Soldier serving in India

Captain Charles Acton BROKE, Royal Engineers, serving in Malta 1848

Caroline Louisa BROKE, born 13th May 1850, the daughter of Anna Maria and Captain Charles Acton Broke, Royal Engineers

Charles Anton BROKE, bachelor, born Norton, Suffolk, Captain, Royal Engineers, the youngest son of the late Rear-Admiral Sir Philip Bowes Vere Broke, married 10th April 1849 to, Anna Maria HAMILTON, spinster, born in Sundrum, Ayr, Scotland the third daughter of the late John Hamilton

Charles BROOKE, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 21st October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Ruth BROOKMAN, baptised 10th February 1861, the daughter of David and Charlotte Brookman, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Annie Elizabeth BROOKS, born 31st May 1896, the daughter of Albert Edward and Emily Elizabeth Brooks, Private, 1st Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment

Edward BROOKS, aged 25 years, Private, Royal Artillery, buried 24th June 1846

George BROOKS, Corporal, 85th Regiment, married 14th March 1823, to Mary KEATING

Mary Jane BROOKS, baptised 5th June 1864, the daughter of Edward and Mary Brooks, Private, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

Private BROUGHTON, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, found Guilty of drunkeness at his Court Martial on 26th September 1849, sentenced to 84 days imprisonment and stoppage of 1d. per day for twelve months

Frances BROTHERTON, baptised 15th February 1862, the daughter of John and Margaret Brotherton, Gunner, Royal Artillery

James BROTHERTON, baptised 9th July 1864, the son of John and Margaret Brotherton, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

John James BROTHERTON, baptised 17th February 1866, the son of John and Margaret Brotherton, Bombardier, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Abner Willendon BROWN, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, married 16th March 1815, to Sarah DOWDLE, of Ireland

Ada Mary Geraldine BROWN, baptised 3rd April 1864, the daughter of William and Mary Brown, Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

David BROWN, aged 29 years, Assistant Surgeon, 85th Regiment, buried 7th June 1825

David BROWN, born 9th January 1843, the son of William and Isabella Brown, nee GILROY, Private, 42nd Regiment

David BROWN, aged 7 months, the son of William Brown, Private, 42nd Highlanders, buried 5th September 1843

Edgar Cubit BROWN, Captain, Royal Irish Fusiliers, died on his passage home from India, 9th April 1883, aged 37 years. The second son of the late Frederick and Mary Anna Brown, of Tower House, Bracondale, Norwich

George BROWN, Private, 95th Regiment, in 1847 sentenced to ten years imprisonment

George BROWN, the son of a soldier in the Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged five months, buried 15th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George BROWN, Private, 38th Regiment, aged 17 years, buried 30th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Harriet BROWN, the wife of James Brown, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 22 years, buried 6th December 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Henry William BROWN, baptised 30th August 1862, the son of Charles and Maria Brown, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Major Hugh G. BROWN, United States Army, 12th Infantry Regiment on board the transport ship Sheridan together with the 17th Infantry Regiment on a voyage to Manila, Philippine Islands, called at Malta from 8th March to 12th March 1899

Janet BROWN, aged 3 years, the daughter of Sergeant Brown, 47th Regiment, died from cholera, buried 14th July 1837

John BROWN, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 22nd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John Richard BROWN, baptised 23rd September 1865, the son of William and Ann Brown, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Henry BROWN, died 21st November 1834, aged 29 years, Colour-Sergeant, 5th Regiment. Born in Ayr, the son of John Brown of Lanark

Isaac BROWN, aged 28 years, bachelor, born in Norfolk, Sergeant, 48th Regiment, the son of John and Constance Brown, married 1st March 1869 to, Lucy FOSSEY, aged 25 years, widow, born in Newbury, Berkshire, the daughter of Charles and Selina WILLIS

Isabella BROWN, born 30th May 1845, the daughter of William and Isabella Brown, nee GILROY, Private, 42nd Regiment

James BROWN, Royal Artillery, married 13th January 1818, to Anne CLARKE

Janet BROWN, born 5th January 1854, the daughter of John and Margaret Brown, nee MILL, Lance Corporal, 47th Regiment

John BROWN, aged 21 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 7th August 1828

John BROWN, Colour-Sergeant, 95th Regiment, married 21st March 1829, to Judith LEESON, of Jersey

Joseph BROWN, died 10th October 1862, Lance-Corporal, at the Officers quarters Auberge de Baviere, where he was a Mess Waiter. He was found dead with rifle by his side, having committed suicide

Lawrence BROWN, Private, Lincolnshire Regiment. Died 20th August 1896 at Fort St.Elmo by falling into the yard below. Roman Catholic funeral held on 21st

Mary Ann BROWN, baptised 12th October 1867, the daughter of John and Ellen Mary Brown, Sergeant, Master Tailor, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

Percival BROWN, born in Malta about 1874, the son of Louisa and William Brown. In 1881 living with parents and family in Stoke, Devon. His father was a Lieutenant- Colonel

Percival Augustus Henderson BROWN, born 7th March 1874, the son of Louise Mary Margaret and Major William Edward Brown, 13th (Somersetshire) Light Infantry

Robert BROWN, Private, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 26 years, buried 15th February 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

William BROWN, aged 24 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 2nd September 1823

William BROWN, aged 6 months, the son of John Brown, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 24th July 1837

William George BROWN, baptised 17th July 1864, the son of George and Ellen Brown, Private, 100th Regiment

William John BROWN, baptised 24th November 1866, the son of John and Ellen Mary Brown, Sergeant, Master Tailor, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

William Robert BROWN, baptised 18th July 1863, the son of William and Ann Brown, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Alice Sarah BROWNE ?, baptised 23rd March 1866, the daughter of Joseph and Harriet Browne, Sergeant, 84th Regiment

Lieutenant Arthur Neil Edmonstone BROWNE, Highland Light Infantry, A.D.C. to the Governor 1899

Elizabeth BROWNE, the daughter of Alexander Browne, Sergeant, 49th Regiment, aged 1 year 10 months, buried 1st January 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Eliza BROWNE, the wife of a soldier in the Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 22nd October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Emily BROWNE, the daughter of John Browne, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged four months, buried 8th August 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Frances BROWNE, the eldest daughter of Colonel Fielding Browne, C.B., married 5th June 1849, to Philip HUDSON, Royal Navy, the son of the Reverend Philip Hudson, Rector of Melton, Norfolk

Frederick BROWNE, Sergeant, 7th Regiment, married 20th December 1830, to Ann MORTIMER, of Banff

George John BROWNE, the son of a soldier in the Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged five years six months, buried 1st November 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James Frankfort Manners BROWNE, Royal Engineers. 2nd Lieutenant 1st January 1842, Captain 7th February 1854. During the Crimean War he served for nearly six months in the trenches before Sebastopol, and was engaged at the capture and defence of The Quarries, and as the Senior Engineer Officer he was employed in forming lodgments and communications to that Outwork, for which he was Mentioned in Despatches. He succeeded Colonel Tylden, and in the execution of his duties was severly injured on 24th August, when he was shot through the shoulder, his left arm was broken, and his jaw injured. Promoted to Lieut-Colonel 2nd May 1865 and Colonel 1st June 1873. He retired on 5th May 1888

Mary Anne BROWNE, aged 15 months, the daughter of Drum Major Browne, 77th Regiment, buried 21st July 1839

Michael BROWNE, died 20th February 1840, 59th Regiment, on HM Troopship Atholl from Corfu. Arrived dead, from apoplexy

Robert Arthur BROWNE, Lieutenant, Border Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 10th January 1889, aged 25 years

Robert BROWNE, baptised 10th October 1866, the son of Nelson Frederick and Elizabeth Browne, Private, 100th Regiment

Susannah BROWNE, aged 16 years, the daughter of Colonel Browne, Barrack Master, buried 2nd September 1841

Thomas BROWNE, Private, 68th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 22nd July 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

William BROWNE, Private, 41st Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 26th October 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

William BROWNE, Private, 34th Regiment, buried 18th March 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William BROWNE, the son of James Browne, Private, East Kent Militia, aged one month, buried 26th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Agnes BROWNING, born 10th January 1900, the daughter of William and Emma Browning, Q.M.S., Royal Engineers

William BROWNING, aged 31 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 17th July 1828

Constance Elizabeth Studholme BROWNRIGG, born 29th September 1870, the daughter of Emily Georgina and Captain Metcalfe Studholme Brownrigg, 52nd Light Infantry

George BROYD, Sergeant, 95th Regiment, married 16th October 1824, to Ann AUSTIN

Alexander BRUCE, aged 3 years, the son of John Bruce, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 16th June 1841

David BRUCE, later Sir, born in Australia, appointed surgeon to the Army Medical Service in 1883. Whilst at Malta he isolated the organism now known as Brucella, which was causing so much sickness. Further research showed that it was found in goat’s milk. Preventative measures were taken and Malta fever no longer affected the troops. The hospital at Imtarfa Barracks was named after him

William BRUNKER, aged 28 years, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment, had a fatal accident while walking along the bastions of Fort St.James, he fell from the wall and was killed. His funeral took place on Friday 10th February 1843, with military honours.

Reginald B. BRYAN, born in Malta about 1855, the son of Salome and Reginald Guy Bryan. In 1881 he was a Lieutenant with the 1st Somerset Rifle Volunteers, living with his parents and family in Monckton Combe, Somerset. His father was a ClergymanReverend W. A. BRYAN, Chaplain to the Forces, January 1899

James BRYANT, born in Malta about 1861. In 1881 living with his father John and brother in London, and was a Colour Sergeant in the ArmyWilliam BRYANT, died 14th December 1811, aged 17 years, Private, 14th Regiment

John BRYANT, Private, Rifle Brigade, buried 14th January 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Private Edward BRYSON, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died of cholera 12th September 1867, aged 29 years

John BUCHAN, aged 5 years 9 months, the son of Sergeant Buchan, 1st Battalion, buried 17th February 1847

Martha Elizabeth BUCHAN, died 1845, the infant daughter of Elizabeth and Sergeant John Buchan, 2nd Battalion, 42nd Regiment

Martha Elizabeth BUCHAN, aged 17 months, the daughter of Elizabeth and Sergeant John Buchan, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 28th September 1845

Gilbert John BUCHANAN, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, married 14th June 1837, to Julia Sophia Hammersly WALLACE, spinster, the daughter of Lieut-Colonel Peter Margetson Wallace, Royal Artillery

Gilbert John Coleridge BUCHANAN, aged 10 months, the son of Lieutenant Buchanan, buried 18th June 1840

James BUCHANAN, aged 29 years, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, died from cholera, buried 20th June 1837

Matilda Victoria BUCHANAN, the daughter of George Buchanan of Chats, Upper Canada, and step-daughter of Colonel Ringler Thomson, Royal Engineers, aged 18 years, buried 11th February 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Walter BUCHANAN, Sergeant, 28th Regiment, married 17th February 1857 to, Elizabeth M. FITZGERALD

Thomas BUCK, Major, 8th Regiment, was Court Martialed on Corfu, 2nd June 1819, over irregularities during the regiment’s garrison service on Malta

William BUCK, Private, 47th Regiment, Court Martialed 17th January 1857, found Guilty of using threatening language to a superior officer, sentenced to 4 years penal servitude

Charles BUCKLAND, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Charles Buckland, married 17th November 1886, to Euphemia MURPHY, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Samuel Murphy, Gunner Royal Artillery

Alicia Mary BUCKLE, the daughter of Emily Alicia and Surgeon Robert Thomas Buckle MD, 15th Regiment, died 3rd November 1862, aged 1 year 8 months

Mrs BUCKLE, the wife of K.T. Buckle M.D., 15th Regiment, gave birth to a daughter 17th April 1862 at Calcara

Emily Constance BUCKLE, baptised 17th June 1862, the daughter of Robert Thomas and Emily Alicia Buckle, Surgeon, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Caroline Jane BUCKINGHAM, baptised 28th September 1863, the daughter of Edward and Hannah Buckingham, Armourer Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Edward Vivian BUCKINGHAM, baptised 22nd April 1865, the son of Edward and Ann Buckingham, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Harry William BUCKINGHAM, baptised 25th August 1866, the son of Edward and Ann Buckingham, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Edward John BUCKLEY, aged 22 years, bachelor, Corporal, M.S. Corps, the son of Captain John Buckley, A.M.S., married 20th January 1895 to, Lilian Rose WILLIAMS, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Williams, Printer

John BUCKLEY, Private, 21st Regiment, Court Martialed 24th September 1856, found Guilty of attempting to stab a superior officer and habitual drunkeness, sentenced to 50 lashes and 1 years hard labour

John BUCKLEY, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in Ireland, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of John and Margaret Buckley, married 28th October 1867 to, Julia FRANKLIN, aged 21 years, spinster, born in Macclesfield, the daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Franklin

Thomas BUCKLEY, baptised 3rd June 1860, the son of George and Emma Buckley, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

George BUCKLOW, Private, 17th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 1st October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Richard BUGGY, born in Malta about 1870, the son of Mary and John Buggy. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Little Warley, Essex. His father was a serving Soldier

Ann Ellison BULGER, the daughter of Patrick Bulger, Corporal, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged one year, buried 11th December 1848, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Philip BULKELEY, Lieutenant, 30th Regiment, joined the Maltese Battalion in 1800

John BULL, aged 33 years, widower, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of John Bull, married 27th June 1885, to Jane CHAPMAN, aged 38 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Chapman

John BULMAN, aged 44 years, Sergeant, 92nd Royal Highlanders, buried 31st July 1839

William BUN, aged 41 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Charles Bun, married 28th May 1881, to Fanny SPREADBURY, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of William Spreadbury

Henry John BURCHETT, baptised 9th September 1860, the son of Henry and Emma Burchett, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Charlotte Caroline Mary BURDEN, baptised 10th November 1860, the daughter of George and Charlotte Burden, Quarter Master, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

George Alexander BURDEN, baptised 27th September 1862, the son of George and Charlotte Elizabeth Burden, Quartermaster, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Richard BURDETT, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 17th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Eliza Anne BURGESS, aged 10 months, the daughter of Thomas Burgess, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 30th July 1825

Elizabeth BURGESS, the wife of Corporal Burgess, 44th Regiment, buried 26th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

J. BURGESS, Private, 57th Regiment, awarded the Insignia of the 5th Class of the Imperial Order of the Legion of Honour by the French for distinguished service during the Crimean War. He died 19th September 1857

Jane BURGESS, aged 20 days, the daughter of Thomas Burgess, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 15th June 1826

John BURGESS, aged 25 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Joseph Burgess deceased, married 19th December 1898 to, Mary WYNNE, aged 28 years, spinster, from Croydon, Surrey, the daughter of John Wynne deceased

Charles Francis BURGMANN, born 4th December 1837, in Valletta, the son of Jane and Lieutenant George Hildebrand Burgmann, Royal Engineers

George H. BURGMANN, 21+, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, married 6th December 1836, to Jane GODFREY, 21+, spinster, of Battle, Sussex, the only surviving daughter of the late John Godfrey of Purfleet, Essex

Andrew BURKE, Private, Captain Cole’s Company, 85th Regiment, King’s Light Infantry, died 10th April 1829, aged 28 Years. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (MileEnd) cemetery

Edmund BURKE, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, died 5th November 1851. The bugler having sounded "no parade", he took off his uniform but fell down on his bed and died in a few minutes due to heart trouble

Mary BURKE, 21+, the widow of John Burke, 3rd Regiment, born in Malta, the daughter of Lorenzo and Paula STORACE, married 12th April 1866 to,William GUY, 21+, bachelor, born in Weymouth, Shoemaker, HMS Enterprise, the son of James and Maria Guy

William BURKE, Royal Artillery, died 24th June 1857. He shot himself with his carbine in Fort St.Elmo Barracks

Thomas BURKEN, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 3rd December 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Amelia Sarah BURMAN, baptised 12th October 1861, the daughter of Washington and Hannah Burman, Paymaster Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Washington BURMAN, Paymaster, 3rd Regiment, married 17th May 1857 to, Hannah BARNES

John Claridge BURMESTER, Major, Royal Engineers, died on board the steamship Calcutta, whilst en route to Malta, 19th April 1856, and buried at sea on 20th. His wife was travelling with him on board and arrived Malta 27th

Edward BURNS, aged 1 year, the son of D. Burns, Captain, 19th Regiment, buried 25th March 1841

James BURNS, Surgeon, 18th Regiment, buried 23rd December 1823

Agnes BURNETT, born 24th September 1857, the daughter of Margaret and William Burnett, Private, 71st Regiment

Margaret BURNET, the wife of James Burnet, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 7th January 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Robert BURNETT, born in Malta about 1880. In 1881 living with his mother Liberata and sister in Aldershot, Hampshire. His father was a serving Soldier

Stephen BURNETT, 21+, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 22nd January 1876, to Mary TRENGROVE, 21+, spinster, born in England

Abraham BURNS, baptised 21st February 1862, the son of John and Jane Burns, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Charles Robert BURNS, baptised 17th June 1865, the son of John and Jane Burns, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Christopher BURNS, 80th Regiment, died 16th August 1828, aged 22 years. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

Frederick M. BURNS, born in Malta about 1871, the son of Sarah Ann and Frederick Burns. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Stoke Damerel, Devon. His father was a Gunner serving in the Royal Artillery

Hay Marshall BURNS, baptised 6th May 1807, the son of Margaret and Major John Burns, Royal Artillery

John BURNS, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, found Guilty of murdering Sergeant Ludgate of the 22nd Regiment, on 16th August 1864, and hanged on 10th September 1864

William J. BURNS, born in Malta about 1874, the son of Sarah Ann and Frederick Burns. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Stoke Damerel, Devon. His father was a Gunner serving in the Royal Artillery

Edward Forbes BURNSIDE, baptised 10th March 1860, the son of Frederick Robert Eyre and Elizabeth Stewart Burnside, Captain, 1st Battalion, 21st Regiment

James BURNSIDE, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 23rd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Graham BURRELL, born 5th November 1822, the son of Marianna Theresa and Lieut-Colonel George Burrell, 90th Light Infantry

Henry Duncan BURRELL, born 11th May 1820, the son of Marianne Theresa and Lieut-Colonel George Burrell, 90th Light Infantry

William BURRETT, Sergeant, 44th Regiment, married 28th November 1850, to Mary HAWES, of Devon, widow

Amelia BURRIDGE, baptised 8th November 1862, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Burridge, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Annie BURRIDGE, baptised 29th April 1865, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Burridge, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Thomas William BURRIDGE, baptised 8th December 1866, the son of Thomas and Mary Burridge, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Elizabeth BURROWS, aged 2 years, the daughter of W. Burrows, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 1st May 1824

Emma BURROWS, baptised 5th January 1867, the daughter of William and Emma Burrows, Lance Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Montague BURROWS, aged 36 years, widower, Lieut-Colonel, 2nd Battalion, 14th Regiment, married 23rd January 1813, to Mary Ann LARCOM, aged 18 years, spinster, of Fawley, Hampshire, the eldest daughter of Joseph Larcom, Commander Royal Navy, with fathers consent

Simon BURROWS, 21+, bachelor, born in Norwich, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Simon and Kisiak Burrows, married 22nd October 1860 to, Mary Anne CINI, 21+, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Salvo and Modesta CAMENZULI

William BURROWS, died 31st December 1809, aged 52 years, 31st Regiment

William BURROWS , Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, the son of the Countess of Perth, died 16th July 1854. He had arrived a few days previously from Corfu where he was serving

Frederick William BURTON, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of George Burton, married 24th December 1894, to Leah MANSFIELD, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of John Mansfield

James BURTON, born in Malta about 1871, the son of Mary and Alexander Burton. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Great Warley, Essex. His father was an Army Pensioner

John BURTON, born in Malta about 1869, the son of Mary and Alexander Burton. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Great Warley, Essex. His father was an Army Pensioner

Thomas BUSBY, born 24th November 1868, the son of Charlotte and Sergeant William Henry Busby, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Thomas BUSHELL, Private, 28th Regiment, Court Martialed 6th February 1857, found Guilty of striking a superior officer and violent conduct, sentenced to Penal Servitude for life

Mary BUSKETT, aged 8 months, the daughter of William Buskett, 59th Regiment, buried 12th May 1837

William BUSTARD, Colour-Sergeant, 69th Regiment, of Kent, married 13th July 1849, to Elizabeth GREENER, of Surrey

Pearl Townsend BUTCHER, born 5th September 1891, the daughter of Captain Henry Townsend and Annie Susan Butcher, Royal Artillery

Thomas BUTCHER, baptised 28th March 1863, the son of Job and Sarah Butcher, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Edward BUTLER, aged 5 months, the son of E. Butler, Drum Major, 59th Regiment, buried 27th June 1839

Edward G. BUTLER, Drum Major, 59th Regiment, married 9th August 1836, to Mary Jane GOLDRICK

Henry BUTLER, Brevet Major, 57th Regiment, awarded the Insignia of the 5th Class of the Imperial Order of the Legion of Honour by the French for distinguished service during the Crimean War

John BUTLER, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged unknown, buried 16th December 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

John BUTLER, Private, 47th Regiment, Court Martialed, 6th January 1857, found Guilty of offering violence to a superior officer, sentenced to 365 days imprisonment

Louisa BUTLER, died 16th March 1865, the wife of Sergeant Albert Butler, Royal Artillery. Residing near Cottonera she was taken ill, and confessed to Mary Ann Keen, also of the R.A., that she had taken poison. A letter addressed to her husband was found giving her motive. At the inquest her husband said that she had attempted to kill herself four years previously in England, but had taken too small a quantity of poison

Robert BUTLER, aged 26 years, Private, 8th Regiment, buried 8th August 1824

David S. BUTTERS, born in Malta about 1875, the son of Margaret and James Butters. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Farnworth, Lancashire. His father was an Army Pensioner

John BUTTERWORTH, aged 31 years, bachelor, born in Doncaster, the son of John and Susanna Butterworth, Private, 84th Regiment, married 13th February 1866 to, Eliza BOULD, aged 27 years, widow, born in Shorncliffe, the daughter of James and Anne HUGHES

Harriett BUTTON, the daughter of J.R. Button, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged nine months, buried 23rd July 1853, by Reverend William Hare C.F.  

William BUXTON, aged 28 years, bachelor, Private, 61st Regiment, the son of John Buxton, married 2nd August 1880, to Selina WHITTINGTON, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of John Whittington

William BYFORD, aged 27 years, Drummer, 80th Regiment, buried 31st August 1825

George Horn BYGRAVES, baptised 8th May 1864, the son of James and Elizabeth Bygraves, Sergeant

Caroline BYRNE, aged 33 years, the wife of John Byrne, Quartermaster Sergeant, 59th Regiment, buried 7th September 1839

BYRON, the son of Jacob Byron, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 9 months, buried 6th November 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary Ann BYRON, daughter of a soldier in the Royal Artillery, aged sixteen months, buried 30th July 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

Emily August Flora CADDEN, born 20th February 1864, the daughter of James and Mary Elizabeth Cadden, nee FRASER, Sergeant, 100th Regiment

William Henry Edwin CADDEN, born 9th March 1866, the son of James and Mary Elizabeth Cadden, nee FRASER, Sergeant, 100th Regiment

Matthew CADOUX, died 22nd July 1826, Paymaster, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, of gout and fever

William Richard Haydon CAFE, died 30th June 1880 in Floriana, aged 25 days, the infant son of Fanny and C.H. Cafe, Lieutenant, 35 Regiment

William CAGHANS, Private, Royal Artillery, aged 23 years, buried 19th July 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare C.F.

James CAHILL, died on Thursday 26th November 1903, in Station Hospital Valletta, Sapper, 24 Company, Royal Engineers

Driver CAIN, Army Service Corps, died in Valletta Station Hospital on 15th June 1898. He had been in Malta for about a year. Buried in Pieta cemetery

Captain Lindsay Henryson CAIRD, Border Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 21st December 1888, aged 28 years

Elizabeth Ann CAIRNS, died 5th May 1842, the daughter of Corporal William Cairns, R.A., and Mary Ann, his wife

William CAIRNS, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 11th April 1839, to Margaret LAVEN

William CAIRNS, died 21st June 1840, the son of Mary Ann and Corporal William C. Cairns, Royal Artillery

Constance Eleanor Agnes CALDER, the daughter of Somerville McDonald Calder, Captain, Royal Artillery, aged 13 months, buried 27th October 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Edward CALEY, Private, 49th Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 30th September 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas CALLAGHAN, born in Malta about 1877, the son of Isabella and Thomas Callaghan. In 1881 living with his parents in Whittington Barracks, Staffordshire, where his father was a serving Soldier

Thomas CALLAGHAN, 21+, bachelor, of Shallykelly, Queens County, Ireland, the son of John and Sara Callaghan, Private, 13th Regiment, married 6th February 1873, to Christina Fredrica SCHMIDT, 21+, spinster, born Wurtemburg, Germany, the daughter of John and Fredrica Schmidt

Charles CALVERT, died 16th January 1831, Sergeant, 7th Regiment. Born in Manchester, the son of Mrs E. Calvert

David CALVERT, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Missing since the 9th November 1903, his body was found in the water near Jews Sally Port, Valletta. His funeral was held on the 13th November

William CALVERT, Sergeant, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 30 years, buried 2nd March 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Alexander CAMERON, aged 30 years, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, buried 1st October 1841

David Wilson CAMERON, Cameron Highlanders, aged 21 years, buried 3rd November 1892

Donald James CAMERON, born 31st May 1900, the son of Mary Ivy and Lieut-Colonel James Cameron, Commanding Royal Engineer

Helen Ivy Mary CAMERON, born 18th August 1898, the daughter of Mary Ivy and Lieut-Colonel James Cameron, Royal Engineers

James CAMERON, aged 49 years, bachelor, Lieut-Colonel, Royal Engineers, the son of Lieut-General John Cameron, married 8th June 1897 to, Mary Ivy KIRKE, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Lieut-Colonel St.George Mervyn Kirke

John CAMERON, Private, 42nd Regiment, Court Martialed 13th August 1845, found Guilty of striking a Sergeant and sentenced to 14 years Transportation

John CAMERON, Corporal, Royal Artillery, aged 25 years, buried 29th August 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William CAMERON, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 29th October 1824, to Mary THOMPSON

Ann CAMPBELL, the wife of Sergeant Campbell, East Kent Militia, aged 31 years, buried 8th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Eliza Mary CAMPBELL, born 25th October 1864, the daughter of John and Sarah Jane Campbell, nee RASON, Sergeant-Major, Royal Artillery

George CAMPBELL, born 19th February 1848, the son of George and Jane Campbell. Driver, Royal Artillery

James Hay CAMPBELL, born 4th March 1877, the son of Caroline and Captain James Hay Campbell, 71st Highlanders

Jean Ann CAMPBELL, born 11th March 1833, the daughter of John and Ann Campbell, nee McCANN, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment. Baptised 24th March by the Reverend S. Sheridan Wilson, Wesleyan Missionary. In 1836 Sergeant Campbell transferred to  the 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade

John CAMPBELL, Drummer, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 12th February 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John Thomas Daniel CAMPBELL, the son of John Campbell, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, aged 11 months, buried 23rd September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Joseph CAMPBELL, the son of George Campbell, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 2 years, buried 6th February 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Louisa CAMPBELL, born 5th August 1862, the daughter of John and Sarah Jane Campbell, nee RASON, Staff-Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Mary CAMPBELL, the daughter of George Campbell, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 14 months, buried 11th March 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Ronald CAMPBELL, died 20th April 1833, aged 27 years, Paymaster Sergeant, 42nd Regiment

Sarah Elizabeth CAMPBELL, baptised 13th April 1861, the daughter of William and Ruth Campbell, Gunner, Royal Artillery

William CAMPBELL, Private, 3rd Regiment, died 12th September 1853. He was with two companions, all drunk, when they were stopped by the military guard at Marina Gate. They had not been in custody long, when he escaped and reached the terrace, from which he jumped into the street below, fracturing his skull. Death was immediate

Lieutenant William Maclaren CAMPBELL, Black Watch, serving in Malta on his birthday, 6th March 1889, aged 25 years

Annie Melita Battersby CAMPLING, born 12th June 1893, the daughter of Francis and Ada Campling, Company Sergeant Major, Royal Engineers

Dorothy CAMPLING, born 5th September 1894, the daughter of Frances and Ada Campling, Company Sergeant Major, Royal Engineers

Jacob CAMPLING, born in Malta about 1874, the son of John and Amelia Campling. In 1881 living in Brompton Barracks, Gillingham, Kent, with his parents. His father was Company Sergeant Major, Royal Engineers

John Henry CANN, the son of Private George Cann, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged one year five months, buried 26th June, 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary Anne CANNELL, baptised 15th February 1862, the daughter of James and Annie Catherine Cannell, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Minnie CANNELL, baptised 1st May 1864, the daughter of James and Annie Cannell, Gunner, Royal Artillery

James E. CANNON, the son of Benjamin Cannon, Corporal, Royal Artillery, aged one year two months, buried 9th December 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

John CANNON, Trumpeter, Royal Artillery, aged 17 years, buried 10th September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Lavinia CANNON, the daughter of Corporal Benjamin Cannon, Royal Artillery, aged five months, buried 28th July 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

George CANTWELL, the son of George William Cantwell, Private, 47th Regiment, aged one year one month, buried 29th July 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Annie Emma CAPEL, baptised 16th June 1861, the daughter of Thomas William and Ann Capel, Tailor

Ellen Ross Gair CAPEL, baptised 6th January 1866, the daughter of Thomas William and Anne Capel, 105 Strada San Lorenzo, Vittoriosa, late Master Tailor, 57th Regiment

Thomas William Ross Bowmel CAPEL, 21+, bachelor, born in Essex, Sergeant, 57th Regiment, the son of Thomas and Phoebe Capel, married 9th October 1856 to, Ann NEWELL, 21+, spinster, born in Royston, Hertfordshire, the daughter of John and Anne Newell

John CARBERRY, Private, 65th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 3rd September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

James CARDEN, Private, 42nd Regiment, aged 37 years, buried 16th May 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Kathleen Lloyd CARDEN, born 15th February 1868, the daughter of Annie Isabella and Captain William Joseph Carden, 14th Regiment

Kathleen L. CARDEN, born in Malta about 1868, the daughter of Anne J. and William Joseph Carden. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Fulwood, Yorkshire. Her father was a Captain in the Army Pay Department

William CARDEN, aged 16 months, the son of John Carden, 59th Regiment, buried 27th July 1839

Eliza CARDEW, the daughter of Colonel Cardew, Royal Engineers, married 5th December 1839, to Robert PITCAIRN, Captain, 92nd Regiment

Emma CARDEW, the daughter of Colonel Cardew, Royal Engineers, married 26th May 1841, to Alexander John MacPHERSON, Captain Paymaster, 77th Regiment

Michael CARDHOUSE, Private, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 28th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Michael CARDWELL, Private, 3rd Regiment, stood trial 11th December 1860, with John Dowd, also 3rd Regiment, accused of the murder of Charles Cramp, of HMS Melpomone, but they were acquitted.

Falkland CAREY, 21+, bachelor, born in Guernsey, Channel Islands, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, the son of Albert and Leonora Carey of Guernsey, married 4th December 1852 to, Mary BOWMAN, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the fourth daughter of Eliza and Deputy Commissary General William Flockhart Bowman

Mrs CAREY, the wife of Captain Falkland CAREY, Royal Artillery, gave birth to a son 20th October 1863, at Corfu

Lilly CAREY, baptised 4th April 1869, the daughter of Julia and Captain William Carey

Louisa CAREY, born 10th February 1871, the daughter of William and Julia Carey, Captain, Royal Artillery

John CARLETON, 21+, bachelor, of Carlisle, the son of John Carleton, Master Tailor, 1st Battalion, Royal Scots, married 11th August 1879, to Elizabeth PLAYLE, 21+, spinster, of Maldon, Essex, the daughter of William Playle

Charles CARLIN, Private, Royal Engineers, from Co.Down, Ireland, married 26th May 1853 to, Elizabeth WALDROPE, from Minorca

Ambrose CARMAN, aged 28 years, Private, 54th Regiment, buried 22nd January 1847

J. W. CARNOCK, aged 30 years, Sapper, Royal Engineers, drowned 11th September 1865

George CARON, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years 6 months, buried 26th December 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Elizabeth CARPENTER, the wife of John Carpenter, East Kent Militia, aged 38 years, buried 6th October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Henry CARPENTER, born 12th December 1866, the son of Edward and Emma Carpenter, nee CASSE, Sapper, Royal Engineers

Emily Theodora CARR, baptised 3rd February 1866, born 22nd December 1865, the daughter of John Ralph and Emily Anne Carr, Captain, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

John CARR, aged 4 months, the son of Henry Carr, Private, 18th Regiment, buried 13th January 1824

John CARR, 21+, bachelor, of London, the son of William and Frances Carr, Corporal, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 23rd March 1871, to Caroline Charlotte PAGE, minor, with her parents consent, born Kurachee, India, the daughter of Charles and Catherine Page

William CARR, aged 41 years, Sergeant, 85th Regiment, buried 20th July 1825

William CARR, Royal Artillery, went on trial on 17th November 1849, to ascertain whether the loss of his toes by amputation was unavoidable or as a result of wilfull neglect or design. He was acquitted but this procedure was necessary for him to obtain a pension to which he was entitled for this accident

Alexander CARROLL, born 1848/1849, the son of Bridget and William Carroll, Sergeant, 69th RegimentMrs CARSTAIRS, died the wife of John Carstairs, Barrack Sergeant, Royal Fusiliers

William CARROLL, the son of Sergeant William Carroll, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged one year seven months, buried 17th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William CARROLL, Sergeant, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 30 years, buried 20th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John CARSTAIRS, aged 10 years, the son of John Carstairs, Barrack Sergeant, Royal Fusiliers, buried 5th July 1846

John CARSTAIRS, died 27th January 1853, Barrack Sergeant, Royal Fusiliers. Died at Floriana

Mary CARSTAIRS, aged 49 years, the wife of Barrack Sergeant John Carstairs, Royal Fusiliers, buried 22nd June 1846

Mary Jane CARSTAIRS, the daughter of the late Barrack Sergeant John Carstairs, aged 3 months, buried 16th July 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Arthur James CARTER, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, West Kent Regiment, the son of Daniel Carter, married 6th October 1889, to Emily GATES, aged 21 years, spinster, of Potton, Bedfordshire, the daughter of William Gates

Charles CARTER, Armourer Sergeant, 88th Regiment, married 2nd April 1846, to Margaret HOLMES, of Yorkshire

Charles CARTER, Drummer, 1st Battalion, Coldstream Guards, aged 18 years, buried 7th March 1854, by Reverend William Hare

Ernest Paisley CARTER, 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, serving in Malta on his birthday, 28th January 1889, aged 21 years

Francis John CARTER, baptised 12th March 1865, the son of Thomas and Ann Carter, Private, 100th Regiment

James CARTER, 21+, widower, of Herrington, Somerset, the son of Henry and Mary Carter, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 13th Regiment, married 18th August 1873, to Emily COOPER, 21+, widow, of Pembroke Dock, South Wales, the daughter of George and Emily THOMAS

Jane CARTER, died 20th January 1845, aged 29 years, the wife of Charles Carter, Armourer Sergeant, 88th Regiment

John CARTER, Private, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, buried 19th September 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John CARTER, 2nd Class Orderly, Medical Staff Corps, buried 26th June 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

John CARTWRIGHT, aged 25 years, widower, Corporal, Royal Artillery, the son of Vaughan David Cartwright, married 30th April 1881, to Caroline Charlotte CARR, aged 26 years, widow, the daughter of Charles PAGE

O. W. CARTWRIGHT, died 30th January 1842, arrived on the HM Steamer Oriental, from Alexandria. Died in the Lazaretto, from dropsy. Captain, 23rd M.N.Infantry

Lionel S. M. F. CARY, died 9th November 1855, aged 19 years, Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, at the residence of John S. Coxon, Pieta Hill. He was the second son of the late Henry George Cary, of Torre Abbey, Devonshire

William Edward CARY, died 1st September 1832, aged 2 years. Son of Grace and Thomas Cary, Armourer Sergeant, 73rd Regiment

Mrs CASEY, died of cholera 18th September 1867, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

Charlotte Mary CASEY, baptised 20th May 1865, the daughter of Thomas and Harriet Casey, Colour Sergeant, 100th Regiment

George CASEY, aged 32 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Royal Berkshire Regiment, the son of William Casey deceased, married 21st August 1891 to Mary Ellen DOWNEY, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of James Downey

George Henry CASEY, born 26th April 1892, the son of Mary Ellen and George Casey, QMS, Royal Berkshire Regiment James CASEY, Medical Staff Corps, in March 1889, he was returning from Valletta to Ricasoli with two companions, Private Charles Andrews of the Berkshire Regiment, and William Sutton a Trumpeter, Royal Artillery, when a dispute broke out with the Maltese boatmen over payment. Though the soldiers offered more than the correct fare the boatmen demanded more, which was refused. They threw Andrews and Casey overboard. Casey managed to swim ashore, but Andrews held onto the side of the boat. He was then hit over the head with a piece of wood, and had his fingers smashed so that he left go, and sunk beneath the water. The two boatmen, Salvatore  Attard aged 21 years, and Silvestro Bartolo aged 25 years, stood trial for Andrew’s  murder. Attard was found Guilty and sentenced to Penal Servitude for Life, whilst Bartolo was Acquitted

M.A. CASEY, died of cholera 22nd September 1867, aged 2 years, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

Thomas CASEY, 21+, bachelor, born at sea, Colour-Sergeant, 100th Regiment, the son of Peter and Mary Casey, married 27th February 1864 to, Henrietta PITTET, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Geneva, Switzerland, the daughter of Charles and Mary Pittet

Freda Aileen CASSIDY, born 6th July 1900, the daughter of William Wilfred and Mary Jane Cassidy, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Violet CASSIDY, baptised 16th August 1864, the daughter of Loftus and Jane Cassidy, Captain and Paymaster, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

James CASTELLOW, died 22nd August 1833, the son of John Castellow

John CASTELLOW, died 9th April 1834, aged 31 years, Private, 94th Regiment

Clifford CASTLE, born 21st December 1875, the son of Louisa Caroline and Major Frederick John Castle, 107th Regiment

John CATO, 21+, bachelor, born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Private, 25th Regiment, the son of Thomas and Jane Cato, married 1st September 1863 to, Anne GATHY, widow, born in Athlone, Ireland, the daughter of Patrick and Ellen MURRAY

Earl of CAVAN, Richard Ford William LAMBART, left Malta December 1800 with Sir Ralph Abercrombie’s expedition to Egypt to re-take the territory from Napoleon’s forces. Originally in command of an Infantry Brigade he later took over the Guards Brigade, and was part of the British Forces attacking Alexandria from the west. The city surrendered on 2nd September 1801. When Sir John Hely-Hutchinson left Egypt in October 1801, the Earl of Cavan took over command of all the British troops there.

He was the seventh Earl, born 10th September 1763, the only son of the sixth Earl by his second wife Elizabeth, nee Davies, the eldest daughter of George Davies, a Commissioner for the Navy. He joined the Army as an Ensign with the Coldstream Guards 2nd April 1779, and by promotion reached the rank of First Major by 19th November 1800. In the meantime he had become a Major-General in 1798.

He was later Colonel Commandant of the 2nd Battalion 68th Regiment, the Colonel of 2nd West Indian Regiment and the 45th Regiment. In 1782 he married Honora Margaretta Gould, a daughter of Sir Henry Gould, and they had a family of three daughters and one son George Frederick Augustus Lambart. Honora died in 1813. The following year the Earl married his second wife Lydia Arnold, the daughter of William Arnold of Slatswood, Isle of Wight by whom he had two sons, Edward Arnold Ford Lambart and Oliver William Matthew Lambart. His son George died in December 1828, but by that time was married with a family. Therefore when the seventh Earl died in London on 21st November 1836, the title passed to his grandson Frederick John William Lambart

Thomas CAVAN, aged 31 years, widower, from Donaghadie, Ireland, Sergeant, 44th Regiment, married 2nd March 1813, to Ann RYAN, aged 25 years, from Tipperary, Ireland, the widow of John Ryan, seaman

Adelaide CAVANAGH, born 7th February 1867, the daughter of Joseph and Charlotte Cavanagh, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Edith Emma CAVE, baptised 4th March 1860, the daughter of William and Sarah Cave, Sergeant Major, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Margaret Louisa CAVE, baptised 13th July 1862, the daughter of William and Sarah Caus, Sergeant Major, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Eleanor CAVENAGH, aged 3 months, the daughter of Hugh Cavenagh, Private, 18th Regiment, buried 2nd April 1824

Spencer Frederick George CAVENDISH, Captain, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, serving in Malta on his birthday, 5th January 1889, aged 31 years

Thomas CAWLEY, aged 22 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died from cholera, buried 23rd July 1837

Frederick CEASOR, Private, 41st Regiment, aged 38 years, buried 3rd January 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charles Francis CHADS, died 2nd April 1870, the son of Lieut-Colonel W. J. Chads, at Floriana, aged 1 month 16 days Susan Frances CHADS, aged 3 years 4 months, the daughter of Lieut-Colonel Chads, 24th Regiment, buried 13th December 1869 Private CHADWICK, Border Regiment, on 13th December 1898, he was with others  from the same regiment boating outside Grand Harbour near St.Elmo lighthouse,  when the boat capsized. From the party of eight men, he was one of the three who  drowned. The others were saved by Maltese boatmen Giuseppe and Spiridione Debono

John CHADWICK, aged 23 years, Private, 19th Regiment, buried 28th September 1842

John CHAMBERLAIN, aged 20 months, the son of John Chamberlain, Royal Artillery, buried 12th February 1844

Samuel George CHAMBERLAIN, aged 18 days, the son of John Chamberlain, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 29th September 1845

Mary Jane CHAMBERLAINE, the daughter of John Chamberlaine, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged eleven months, buried 13th September 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Sarah Maria CHAMBERS, baptised 14th February 1863, the daughter of William and Sarah Chambers, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Saul CHAMBERS, Royal Artillery, married 16th February 1815, to Maria KITTRIDGE

William John CHAMBERS, baptised 27th January 1866, the son of William and Sarah Chambers, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

George CHAMP, Private, 3rd Regiment, died 10th June 1851. Committed suicide. He was an orderly room clerk, and it seems that when drunk he forged the name of his officer on a pass for Fort Ricasoli, as he wanted to visit a comrade there. He remained at the Fort all night, and was arrested the following morning. When being brought back, he jumped off a rock into the sea. His body was recovered a short time later

Gilbert CHAMPAIN, Captain, 5th Regiment, married 4th August 1835, to Harriet Isabella Adelaide PENNINGTON, of Kendal. She was the daughter of Paymaster Pennington, also the 5th Regiment. (Note her sister married the same day).

Mrs CHAMPAIN, the wife of Captain Champain, 5th Regiment, gave birth to a daughter 23rd October 1836

Henry CHAMPERMOWNE, aged 40 years, bachelor, Captain, Royal Engineers, the son of Henry Champermowne, married 30th August 1880, to Elizabeth Charlotte MURRAY, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Colonel Thomas Andrew Lumsden Murray

Harriet Sarah CHAMPION, born 11th May 1863, the daughter of William and Eleanor Champion, nee STEVENS, Corporal, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

William CHAMPION, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in Uckfield, Sussex, Corporal, Royal Artillery, the son of William and Sarah Champion, married 5th July 1862 to, Eleanor STEVENS, aged 25 years, spinster, born in Willingdon, Sussex, the daughter of Walter and Harriet Stevens

William Frederick CHAMPION, born 7th July 1864, the son of William and Eleanor Champion, nee STEVENS, Corporal, Royal Artillery

Private CHAMPNESS, 2nd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifles, died by drowning, 18th July  1895, whilst bathing off Marsamuscetto. Though rescued from the sea by a Maltese  man named Montesini from Hamrun, Champness died about ninety minutes later

Alice May CHANDLER, baptised 16th June 1866, the daughter of George Lee and Alice Maria Elizabeth Chandler, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Artillery

Charles CHANDLER, aged 22 years, bachelor, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, the son of Joseph Chandler, married 13th April 1889 to Amelia Rosa VELLA, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Philip Vella

John CHAPMAN, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 97th Regiment, buried 24th September 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John Alfred CHAPMAN, aged 24 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Royal Berkshire Regiment, the son of John Chapman, married 18th December 1890 to Clara Frances Annie DEGNAN, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Peter Degnan

Thomas CHAPMAN, aged 20 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 30th October 1824

William CHAPMAN, Private, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 14th July 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John Heathfield CHARD, baptised 25th November 1865, the son of John Heathfield and Jane Chard, Sergeant, Master Cook, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, Deceased

John CHARLTON, born in Malta about 1859. In 1881 a Private in 2nd Battalion, 19th Regiment, stationed at Sheffield Barracks, Yorkshire

Pauline CHARPILLOD, aged 4 years 5 months, buried 6th March 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Margaret CHARTRES, born 11th September 1865, the daughter of Margaret and John Smith Chartres, Surgeon, 100th Regiment

John CHEESEMAN, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Camberwell, London, the son of John Cheeseman, Lance-Corporal, 1st Battalion, 20th Regiment, 21st October 1879, to Ellen MARSHALL, aged 24 years, spinster, born Cape Britton, Nova Scotia, the daughter of Isaac Marshall

Ella CHEANEY, aged 30 years, the wife of W. Cheaney, 47th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 15th July 1837

William CHEANEY, aged 42 years, Private, 47th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 11th August 1837

John CHEETHAM, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, buried 6th December 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William CHESTWICK, baptised 24th February 1866, the son of Edward and Elizabeth Chestwick, Corporal, 84th Regiment

Lord Hamilton Francis CHICHESTER, 21+, bachelor, the son of George Augustus, Marquess of Donegal, Captain, 7th Royal Fusiliers, married 7th December 1837, to Honoria BLAKE, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Henry James Blake, of Ardfry House, Galway, Ireland. She was the sister of Joseph Henry Blake, the then Lord Wallscourt

Jane Elizabeth CHILTON, baptised 1st April 1865, the daughter of Joseph and Teresa Chilton, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Thomas Henry CHILTON, baptised 12th September 1863, the son of Joseph and Teresa Chilton, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Thomas Burgess CHINERY, aged 23 years, bachelor, Private, East Surrey Regiment, the son of William Chinery, married 1st May 1894, to Lorenza STOKES, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of Samuel ZAMMIT

James CHIPPING, aged 35 years, Private, 51st Regiment, buried 7th January 1826

William CHOICE, born in Malta about 1848. In 1881 a Private in the 67th Regiment and Prisoner in the Military Prison, Alverstoke, Hampshire

Elizabeth CHRISTEE, died 21st March 1833, the infant daughter of Mary and Charles Christee, Private, 42nd Regiment

Harry Bathurst CHRISTIE, born 29th August 1851, the son of Littoria and Captain Henry Paget Christie, Royal Artillery

Henry Paget CHRISTIE, born about 1818 in Malta. Married. In 1881 living in St.Martin in the Fields, London, a retired Major-General, Royal Artillery

Isabella Mary CHRISTIE, died 18th July 1847 at Sliema, aged 11 months, the daughter of Captain Christie, No.6 Company, 8th Battery, Royal Artillery

Isabella Mary CHRISTIE, the daughter of Captain A.P. Christie, Royal Artillery, buried 19th July 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Lilias Madelaine CHRISTIE, born 29th March 1850, the daughter of Litteria and Captain Henry Paget Christie, Royal Artillery

Elizabeth Jane CHUDLEIGH, baptised 22nd March 1862, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Chudleigh, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Harriet Selina CHUDLEIGH, baptised 18th February 1865, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Chudleigh, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Frederick CHURCH, aged 25 years, bachelor, Corporal, Worcestershire Regiment, married 12th July 1897 to, Minnie STAMFORD, aged 18 years, spinster, from Aldershot, the daughter of Maurice Stamford

Reverend Marcus Wellesley CHURCHWARD, Chaplain to the Forces, November 1898

Ann CHURNSIDE, baptised 2nd December 1860, the daughter of Lazarus and Bridget Churnside, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

William Edward CHURNSIDE, baptised 6th June 1863, the son of Lazarus and Bridget Churnside, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Charles L. CHUTER, born in Malta about 1872, the son of Alice and Charles Chuter. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Charlton, Kent. His father was a Master Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Owen CIVIL, Private, 19th Regiment, Court Martialed 10th August 1842, found Guilty of disobeying orders, and sentenced to 200 lashes

James CLAPSHAW, aged 34 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Artillery, the son of William Clapshaw, married 2nd August 1883, to Caroline MICALLEF, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Micallef

Alfred CLARE, 21+, bachelor, born in Bath, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of Samuel and Mary Clare, married 21st November 1865 to, Mary O’BRIEN, spinster, minor, born in Dublin, the daughter of Thomas and Mary O’Brien, residents in Malta

Henry Scott CLARE, baptised 9th February 1867, the son of Alfred and Mary Clare, Corporal, Royal Artillery

Robert William Edward CLARINGBOLD, born 17th January 1870, the son of Mary Jane and Robert William George Claringbold, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Robert W.E. CLARINGBOLD, born in Malta about 1870, the son of Mary and Robert W.G. Claringbold. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Gravesend, Kent. His father was QuarterMaster Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Robert William George CLARINGBOLD, 21+, bachelor, born in Walmer, Kent, Corporal, Royal Enginners, the son of John and Miriam Claringbold, married 16th August 1869 to, Mary Jane SPAIN, 21+, spinster, born in Walmer, Kent, the daughter of Edward and Sarah Spain

Charles CLARK, 21+, bachelor, born in Manchester, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Robert and Ann Clark, married 16th December 1863 to, Margaret WOODS, 21+, the widow of James Woods, born in Cork, the daughter of Henry and Eliza WILKINSON

George CLARK, 21+, bachelor, of Ewhurst, Sussex, the son of Edward and Anne Clark, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 15th July 1873, to Vincenza LONGLEY, 21+, widow of Samuel Longley, born Valletta, the daughter of Agostino and Maria ZAHRA

George Archibald CLARK, born 23rd August 1864, the son of John and Grace Clark, nee WEALE, Corporal, Royal Artillery

J. CLARK, aged 25 years, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 7th September 1861 James CLARK, died January 1851, aged 24 years, Private, 69th Regiment. He was in St.Elmo guard house, and having shaved himself suddenly drew the razor across his throat. Died shortly afterwards

James CLARKE, aged 72 years, Paymaster, 47th Regiment, died 13th January 1841

James CLARK, died 14th September 1868, Private, Royal Artillery, in an accident involving six soldiers and two Maltese civilians, Sergeant John Nayell, Privates John Stewart, Henry Lloyd, George Braggs and David Anderson, also Paolo Muscat and Mario Scicluna. An explosion took place in the Shell Fitting room, where they were removing fuses from shells

John CLARKE, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 30 years, buried 26th June 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

R. CLARK, aged 28 years, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 2nd June 1860

Thomas CLARK, born in Malta about 1868, the son of George and Vincenza Clark. In 1881 living with his parents in Dover, Kent. His father was a Gunner, Royal Artillery

Vincenza CLARK, born in Malta about 1845. Married. The wife of George Clark. Living with her husband and son Thomas in Dover, Kent, in 1881. Her husband was a Gunner, Royal Artillery

William CLARK, aged 19 years, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. In the Criminal Court on 22nd January 1859 he was found Guilty together with G. SILWOOD, aged 25 years, 4th Battalion Rifle Brigade, of smashing a display case and stealing two silver watches from a shop in Strada Reale, Valletta. Each man was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment

Abraham CLARKE, aged 15 months, the son of the late Joseph Clarke, Corporal, 59th Regiment, buried 3rd August 1837

Albert Edward CLARKE, baptised 4th August 1866, the son of Eli and Caroline Clarke, Colour Sergeant, 100th Regiment

Alfred CLARKE, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 24 years 9 month, buried 26th April 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Arthur Henry CLARKE, aged 25 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of Thomas Clarke, married 23rd December 1899, to Eunice Annie Elizabeth OFFEN, aged 24 years, spinster of Stoke Newington, London, the daughter of Alfred Offen

Elizabeth J. CLARKE, born in Malta about 1876, the daughter of Elizabeth and George Clarke. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire. Her father was a Royal Engineers Pensioner

Elizabeth Maria Caroline CLARKE, baptised 25th December 1864, the daughter of Eli Henry and Caroline Clarke, Sergeant, 100th Regiment

Ellen CLARKE, aged 8 years, the daughter of Captain Clarke, 77th Regiment, buried 9th November 1840

Eunice Ivy CLARKE, born 13th October 1900, the daughter of Arthur Henry and Eunice Annie Elizabeth Clarke, Bombardier, Royal Artillery

George Edward CLARKE, baptised 26th February 1867, the son of Patrick Henry and Sarah Jane Clarke, Schoolmaster, 29th Regiment

Henry CLARKE, Private, 20th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 2nd November1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Henry James CLARKE, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Shropshire Regiment, the son of James Clarke, married 14th February 1891, to Margaret BRIDGES, aged 23 years, of Herefordshire, the daughter of Benjamin Bridges

Herbert Westneat CLARKE, born 27th April 1893, the son of Herbert and Louisa Clarke, Sergeant, East Surrey Regiment

Isabella CLARKE, aged 6 months, the daughter of Private Clarke, buried 24th December 1846

Isabella Jane CLARKE, the daughter of Sergeant M. Clarke, 76th Regiment, aged one year ten months, buried 31st July 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James CLARKE, died 13th January 1841, Captain, Paymaster, 47th Regiment

John CLARKE, aged 5 years, the son of the late Joseph Clarke, Corporal, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 1st August 1837

Joseph CLARKE, aged 41 years, Corporal, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 6th July 1837

Maria CLARKE, the daughter of George Clarke, Private, 62nd Regiment, aged 1 year 2 months, buried 7th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Samuel CLARKE, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 23 years, buried 27th August 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas CLARKE, aged 25 years, Private, 19th Regiment, buried 13th November 1841

Walter CLARKE, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 8th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edmund CLARKSON, Sergeant-Major, 10th Regiment, married 26th August 1815, to Sarah HARRISON

Gerard Leslie Makins CLAUSON, born 28th April 1891, the son of Mary Elisabeth and Lieutenant John Eugene Clauson, Royal Engineers

Henry George CLAY, aged 22 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Rgiment, the son of Henry Clay, married 12th May 1894, to Ada BODY, aged 22 years, spinster, the daugher of Walter Charles Body

Benjamin CLAYTON, baptised 11th September 1865, the son of Benjamin and Jane Clayton, Private, 84th Regiment

Charles CLEAR, Private, East Kent Regiment, aged 35 (25) years, buried 19th September 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Michael Arthur CLEAR, aged 23 years, bachelor, Royal West Surrey Regiment, married 9th September 1893, to Emma Emily KEMP, aged 29 years, spinster

William Thomas Francis CLEARY, baptised 7th October 1864, the son of James and Isabella Cleary, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

William CLEAVER, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 22nd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

In the Civil Court on Saturday 1st February 1862, four Privates of the 3rd Regiment, The Buffs were found Guilty of assaulting a young lady in Floriana, and stealing part of her apparel. Private CLEGG, was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment, and his fellow accused Private Knibbs 6 years, Private O’Brien 5 years, and Private Hogan7 years

Francis CLEIVES, aged 3 years, the son of Benjamin Cleives, Sergeant, 80th Regiment, buried 19th June 1824

Charles CLEMENTS, aged 9 years, the son of Private Richard Clements, 85th Regiment, buried 11th August 1823

Charles CLEMENTS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 22nd April 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

G. CLEMENTS, Corporal, East Kent Militia, aged 21 years, buried 8th March 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

Richard CLEMENTS, aged 6 years, the son of Private Richard Clements, 85th Regiment, buried 19th March 1823

Walter John CLEMENTS, baptised 10th March 1861, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Clements, Bugle Major, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Thomas CLEWS, aged 25 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 20th November 1825

Thomas CLIBBORN, died Tuesday 5th May 1844, 1st Grenadiers Regiment of Bombay Native Infantry. Returning to England on sick leave, due to a liver complaint. Died at Dunsford's Hotel

Kate CLIEVE, died 9th September 1893, aged 34 years, the wife of J. H. Clieve, 1st Battalion, The Welch Regiment

James CLIEVE, the son of James Clieve, Private, 41st Regiment, aged 37 days, buried 17th July 1853, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Vera Melita Alice CLIEVE, born 27th October 1897, the daughter of James Francis and Annie Clieve, Lieutenant and Quartermaster, 2nd Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers

James CLIFFORD, aged 8 months, the son of George Clifford, Private, 19th Regiment, buried 18th July 1842

Mark CLIFFORD, died 13th December 1847, arrived on HM Blenheim, from England. Died in the Lazaretto, from smallpox. Soldier, 69th Regiment

Mark CLIFFORD, Private, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 35 years, buried 13th December 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William CLIFFORD, aged 18 months, the son of George Clifford, 19th Regiment, buried 17th June 1841

George CLINTON, the son of George Clinton, East Kent Militia, aged 7 years 10 months, buried 14th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

James CLINTON, the son of George Clinton, Drummer, East Kent Militia, aged 3 months, buried 5th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

James CLINTON, 21+, bachelor, from Cheshire, the son of John and Eliza Clinton, late Private, 18th Regiment, married 6th November 1874, to Mary Carmela PENTECOST, minor, with her guardians consent, born Malta, the daughter of George and Carmela Pentecost

William CLONDINNIN, Sergeant, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 11th June 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John CLOSE, aged 21 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 4th March 1829

William CLOTHIER, aged 27 years, bachelor, of Burnham, Somerset, the son of Richard and Jane Clothier, Private, 61st Regiment, married 17th December 1878, to Elizabeth GOODE, aged 28 years, spinster, of McCroom, Co.Cork, the daughter of William Goode

Norah Abbie CLOVER, born 21st March 1893, the daughter of Frederick and Abbie Clover, Army Schoolmaster

John Palphreyman CLOWES, baptised 9th April 1865, the son of Henry and Mary Ann Clowes, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

Catherine CLULNO, the wife of Private Clulno, 44th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 24th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Emma CLUNIE, the daughter of William Clunie, Drum Major, 62nd Regiment, aged 8 months, buried 26th March 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Susanna CLUNIE, the wife of Drum Major W. Clunie, 62nd Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 18th September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Thomas COAKLEY, died 30th October 1857, aged 20 years 6 months, Lieutenant and Adjutant, 21st Regiment. Died of fever. Had served at the siege and capture of Sebastopol, and in the expediton to Kinburn, in the Crimean War. Buried with military honours. He was the first person to be buried in Ta Braxia cemetery, and his tombstone was restored by his sister Mary Rebecca FOX, in April 1893

Jane COATES, aged 2 years, the daughter of Schoolmaster Sergeant Coates, 80th Regiment, buried 27th July 1827

William Walch COATES, aged 9 months, the son of Schoolmaster Sergeant Coates, 80th Regiment, buried 25th Ju7ly 1827

John COBBE, Private, 68th Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 20th August 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Caleb COBBETT, aged 36 years, bachelor, W.O., Queen’s Regiment, the son of Charles Cobbett, married 22nd March 1892 to, Sarah JACKLETT, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Jacklett

Ester Liza COBET, born 7th January 1865, the daughter of Louis Frederick and Anne Elizabeth Cobet, nee BANISTER, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Louis Frederick COBET, born 16th April 1867, the son of Louis Frederick and Ann Elizabeth Cobet, nee BANISTER, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

James COBURNE, Private, 8th Regiment gave evidence on behalf of Lieutenant Roger M’Swiney, at his Court Martial, and subsequently victimised by Lieut-Colonel Roberton, who was later cashiered. Had been M’Swiney’s servant for five years

George COCHRAN, Private, 60th Regiment, hung on 27th June 1836, for the murder of Sergeant Daniel Davorn, also 60th Regiment

Charles Edward Stuart COCKBURN, born 27th October 1867, the son of Emily and Captain George William Cockburn, 42nd Regiment

George William COCKBURN, 21+, bachelor, born in Bath, Lieutenant, 42nd Highlanders, the younger son of Anne and the late Sir William Sarsfield Rositer Cockburn, married 5th June 1851 to, Emily Sarah CLEUGH, spinster, minor with parent’s consent, born in Malta, the only daughter of Elizabeth Frances and the Reverend John Cleugh, Chaplain to the Government

William Frederick COCKBURN, Captain, Royal Artillery, serving in Malta on his birthday, 24th January 1889, aged 28 years

Daniel COCKLEY, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 23rd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William Robert COCKRAM, aged 26 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Engineers, married 19th April 1900, to Emily KENKNIGHT, aged 28 years, spinster

Thomas COE, aged 29 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, the son of Samuel Coe deceased, married 23rd October 1900 to, Charlotte Susannah WILLS, aged 28 years, spinster, from Chiselhurst, Kent, the daughter of William Robert Wills deceased

Michael COFFEE, Private, 85th Regiment, married 9th May 1823, to Mary WALLACE

James Henry COFFEY, born 18th February 1875, the son of Sophy and Lieutenant Charles Edward Coffey, Royal Artillery

Thomas COGHLIN, died 25th November 1834, aged 25 years, Musician, 53rd Regiment

Ann COLCROFT, aged 47 years, the wife of Lieutenant Colcroft, Garrison Quarter Master, buried 11th May 1843

John COLCROFT, died 25th October 1849, Lieutenant, aged 83 years, late Garrison Quarter Master

Elizabeth Lucy COLE, baptised 29th April 1866, the daughter of John and Ellen Cole, 2nd Class Store Keeper

John COLE, aged 33 years, widower, born in Dorchester, QMS Commissariat Staff Corps, the son of Ellis and Elizabeth Cole, married 18th November 1867 to, Mary GRAY, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Salvo and Jannine Gray

L.J. COLE, the son of Corporal George Cole, 1st Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged two days, buried 7th April 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Martin COLE, aged 24 years, Private, 88th Regiment, buried 28th October 1842

Mary Ann COLE, aged 1 year, the daughter of Sergeant Edward Cole, 36th Regiment, buried 24th June 1824

William COLE, Sergeant, 14th Regiment, married 20th February 1857 to, Catherine BUTLER

Joseph COLEBOURN, baptised 20th October 1866, the son of James and Frances Colebourn, Sergeant, 84th Regiment

Arthur Richard COLE-HAMILTON, full age, widower, Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Shropshire Light Infantry, the son of Captain William Claude Cole-Hamilton, married 18th February 1884, to Alice HUGHES, full age, spinster, the daughter of James Duke Hughes. The couple already had a civil marriage before a Registrar at Eltham, Kent, on 16th September 1883

Robert COLEMAN, Private, 6th Carabineers, buried 6th January 1856, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William COLEMAN, aged 28 years, bachelor, of Luton, Bedfordshire, the son of James and Mary Coleman, Sergeant, 74th Highlanders, married 31st August 1875, to Louisa COOKE, 21+, spinster, of Andover, Hampshire, the daughter of John and Jane Cooke

Ellen Elizabeth COLES, born 26th August 1867, the daughter of Damian and Harriett Coles, Lance Corporal, 64th Regiment

Charles COLEY, baptised 22nd September 1866, the son of Abraham and Jane Coley, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Francis COLEY, baptised 25th May 1862, the son of Abraham and Jane Coley, Gunner, Royal Artillery

John COLEY, baptised 13th February 1864, the son of Abraham and Jane Coley, Gunner, Royal Artillery

George COLLARD, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 32 years, buried 4th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Noah COLLING, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 27th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Henry COLLING, Private, 48th Regiment, died 26th October 1868. He threw himself from Santa Margherita Curtain at Cospicua on 21st

Mary Melita COLLINSON, baptised 23rd March 1867, the daughter of Thomas Bernard and Catherine Collinson, Colonel, Royal Engineers

Clennell COLLINGWOOD, aged 32 years 6 months, bachelor, born Lilburn Tower, Northumberland, Captain, Royal Artillery, the third surviving son of the late Captain H.J.W. Collingwood, Royal Artillery, married 11th August 1868 to, Annie Oakes MOORE, aged 18 years 3 months, spinster, born in Malta, the only child of Major John Hildebrand Oakes Moore, 44th Regiment, and step-daughter of Lieut-Colonel Dumaresq, Royal Artillery

Anne COLLINS, aged 28 years, the wife of Robert Collins, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 11th November 1839

David George COLLINS, the son of Sergeant Frederick Collins, 3rd Regiment, aged four months, buried 5th May 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Hannah COLLINS, aged 35 years, the wife of Quarter Master Sergeant W. Collins, 95th Regiment, buried 31st August 1824

Henry COLLINS, born 15th December 1897, the son of Francis and Matilda Collins, Lance-Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment

James COLLINS, aged 41 years, bachelor, Private, Dorset Regiment, the son of William Collins, married 3rd November 1885, to Mary Ann BOARD, aged 38 years, spinster, the daughter of John Board

Jane COLLINS, the daughter of Sergeant Collins, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged one day, buried 17th April 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John COLLINS, aged 3 years, the son of Private Robert Collins, 92nd Highlanders, buried 18th September 1838

Thomas COLLINS, Private, 7th Royal Fusiliers, married 26th October 1833, to Frances CASSAR, spinster of Senglea

William COLLINS, Quartermaster, 85th Regiment, married 27th March 1826, to Ann Elizabeth MARTIN

William COLLINS, aged 18 months, the son of Robert Collins, Private, 92nd Regiment, buried 11th August 1840

William COLLINS, Private, 100th Regiment, found dead in the ditch below St. Elena Bastion, Cospicua. Believed that he fell from the bastion the previous night, 4th September 1866

William Dixon COLLINS, aged 8 months, the son of Sergeant William Collins, 85th Regiment, buried 12th October 1824

Augusta COLLISON, born in Malta about 1875, the daughter of Mary and George Collison. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Canterbury, Kent. Her father was in the Royal Horse Artillery

Francis COLLINSON, born 1849/1850, the son of Sarah and Francis Collinson, Corporal, 44th Regiment

Bernard COLLISON, born 23rd November 1868, the son of Katherine and Colonel Thomas Bernard Collison, Royal Engineers

John COLPOYS, Ensign and Adjutant, 44th Regiment, 1848 to 1851. Died 10th July 1852 in Gibraltar.

David COLQUHOUN, died October 1835, Private, 5th Battery, Royal Artillery

Ellen COLQUHOUN, aged 3 months, the daughter of Private A. Colquhoun, 7th Regiment, buried 21st March 1837

Charles Hungerford COLSTON, died 14th March 1832 at Cottonera, Lieutenant, 73rd Regiment

Joseph COLWELL, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 17th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edith Henrietta CONAUGHTY, baptised 19th January 1862, the daughter of John and Anne Conaughty, Colour Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Major-General Lord Henry CONGLETON, Commanding Infantry Brigade in 1899

Annie Laura CONN, born 24th April 1893, the daughter of John and Catherine Conn, Private, Royal Irish Rifles

John CONNAUGHT, Colour-Sergeant, Rifle Brigade, married 27th December 1860 to, Anne SANDERSON

Lawrence CONNEL, died 20th August 1859, 3rd Regiment, drowned bathing off Sa Maison

John CONNELL, Private, 47th Regiment, on 6th February 1857, together with John Brannan, Private, 31st Regiment, entered the jewellery and watchmakers shop of Vincenzo Mizzi. One threw pepper into Mizzi’s eyes whilst the other took a silver watch and three gold sovereigns off the counter. They ran off but were caught and subsequently Court Martialed. Found Guilty they were each sentenced to four years imprisonment with hard labour

Thomas CONNELL, Corporal, 57th Regiment, awarded the French Military Medal in September 1856 for service in the Crimean War

James CONNERS, Private, 21st Regiment, married 14th May 1858 to, Susannah FELTHAM, from England

Kate Clara CONNOBOY, baptised 29th September 1866, the daughter of Patrick and Emma Connoboy, Private, 60th Rifles

Michael CONNOLLY, aged 26 years, bachelor of Edgeworthston, Co.Longford, Ireland, Sergeant, 44th Regiment, married 5th December 1812, to Catherine WATSON, aged 15 years, spinster, of Kilmanagh, Wexford the daughter of Corporal George Watson, 44th Regiment, with fathers consent

Bernard CONNOR, Private, 47th Regiment, Court Martialed 3rd April 1857, found Guilty of abusive and insubordinate language, sentenced to 4 years penal servitude

P. CONNOR, 6105, Private, Connaught Rangers, died on 31st March 1917, in Valletta Hospital, aged 47 years

John Philip Hamilton CONOLLY, died 2nd June 1870 on Gozo, aged 3 years 10 months, the son of John H. Conolly, Royal Engineers Department

John CONWAY, Private, 28th Regiment, Court Martialed 17th August 1857, found Guilty of striking a superior officer, sentenced 50 lashes and 2 years hard labour. Court Martialed again on 3rd October 1857, he was found Guilty of using threatening language to a superior officer, sentenced 14 years penal servitude

John CONWAY, 2758, Private, 2nd Battalion, Connaught Rangers, Court Martialed 15th July 1890, and found Guilty of striking a superior officer. Sentenced to two years imprisonment with hard labour

Esther Jane COOK, baptised 19th January 1867, the daughter of Samuel and Sarah Jane Cook, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

George William H. COOK, Surgeon, Medical Staff Corps, died 26th December 1884 in Zabbar Hospital from consumption

James COOK, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 28 years, buried 13th February 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Michell H. COOK, died 6th February 1893, aged 28 years, Sergeant, Royal Berkshire Regiment

Samuel COOK, baptised 19th January 1867, the son of Samuel and Sarah Jane Cook, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Edith Fothergill COOKE, born 10th March 1881, the daughter of William and Rose Cooke, Captain, 22nd Regiment

George COOKE, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years, buried 15th June 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

James COOKE, Private, 91st Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 17th February 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James COOKE, Colour-Sergeant, 68th Regiment, from Suffolk, married 18th July 1855 to, Mary McCULLAGH

Rose Fothergill COOKE, born 11th January 1879, the daughter of William Smith and Rosa Harriett Cooke, Captain, 22nd Regiment

William COOKE, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 19 years, buried 12th September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Sydney Billam COOLEY, aged 25 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, King’s Own, the son of Tom Cooley, married 18th April 1896, to Emma Mary KNEE, aged 25 years, spinster, from Gosport, Hampshire, the daughter of Eli Knee

Thomas COOMBES, Corporal, Royal Artillery, from Sussex, married 14th April 1853 to, Jane ALLOWAY, from London

Thomas COOMBS, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, aged 29 years, buried 18th August 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas A. COOMBS, the son of Thomas Coombs, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, deceased, aged six weeks, buried 14th October 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

A. COOPER, Private, Shropshire Regiment, in April 1889 together with four other privates from the same regiment, entered a grog shop and looking for trouble, attacked the owner, his wife, and daughter. A Picquet from Pembroke Camp was called and arrested them. They stood trial and Cooper was sentenced to two months Detention

Agnes COOPER, born 22nd May 1858, the daughter of Andrew and Mary Cooper, nee BAXTER, Private, 21st Fusiliers

Agnes Gertrude COOPER, born 25th May 1875, the daughter of Agnes Isabella and Captain Egbert William Cooper, 42nd Highlanders

Andrew COOPER, baptised 3rd June 1858, the son of John and Ann Cooper, nee SHEARER. From Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, born 21st August 1831

G. COOPER, aged 25 years, Private, 77th Regiment, buried 9th December 1839

Giuseppa COOPER, born in Malta about 1859. Married. The wife of Thomas Cooper, Corporal, Royal Artillery. In 1881 living with her husband and daughter in Golden Hill Fort, Freshwater, Isle of Wight

Harold COOPER, born in Malta about 1873, the son of Emma and Thomas Cooper. Living with his parents and family in Ipswich, Suffolk, in 1881, where his father was Sergeant Major, 1st Suffolk Rifle Volunteers

Helen COOPER, aged 8 months, the daughter of Alexander Cooper, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 19th September 1828

Henry Herbert COOPER, born 18th October 1900, the son of Henry and Annie Agnes Cooper, Colour-Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

James COOPER, aged 29 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 21st October 1826

Joshua Lines COOPER, aged 29 years, bachelor, of Bedfordshire, the son of George and Margaret Cooper, Gunner, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 11th July 1877, to Elvira Emily CRIGHTON, aged 19 years, widow, born Malta, the daughter of Antonio and Mary Ann BORG

Lewis Sydney COOPER, born in Malta about 1874, the son Harriet and James Cooper. Living with his parents and family in Grand Shaft Barracks, Dover, Kent, in 1881. His father was a Master Gunner, Royal Artillery

Lilly Elms Wingate COOPER, born in Malta about 1879, the daughter Harriet and James Cooper. Living with her parents and family in Grand Shaft Barracks, Dover, Kient, in 1881. Her father was a Master Gunner, Royal Artillery

Louisa St. George COOPER, born in Malta about 1875, the daughter of Emma and Thomas Cooper. Living with her parents and family in Ipswich, Suffolk, in 1881, where her father was Sergeant Major, 1st Suffolk Rifle Volunteers

Margaret COOPER, born 11th February 1864, the daughter of Hugh and Luisa Cooper, nee WEST, Private, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Martha COOPER, the daughter of Thomas Cooper, Sergeant, 14th Regiment, aged 1 year 9 months, buried 10th October 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Mary Ann COOPER, born in Malta about 1879, the daughter of Giuseppa and Thomas Cooper. Living with her parents in Golden Hill Fort, Freshwater, Isle of Wight, in 1881. Her father was a Corporal in the Royal Artillery

Samuel COOPER, 21+, bachelor, of Leith, Scotland, the son of Samuel and Julia Cooper, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 25th July 1872, to Emily WILSON, 25 years, widow, born Malta, the daughter of Caroline and John COLEIRO

Stephen COOPER, Lance Corporal, East Kent Militia, aged 18 years, buried 12th December 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Thomas COOPER, from Lanark, Private, 42nd Regiment, married 1st November 1843, to Lucy GRICE (or Gunn), of Gibraltar

Thomas Daniel COOPER, aged 1 year 2 months, the son of Private Cooper, 42nd Royal Highlanders, buried 6th July 1846

William COPPER, the son of Drummer Copper, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged one year, buried 12th July 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William COOPER, Rifle Brigade, died 5th November 1861, by drowning in Marsamuscetto harbour

Winifred Madeline COOPER, born in Malta about 1877, the daughter Harriet and James Cooper. Living with her parents and family in Grand Shaft Barracks, Dover,Kent, in 1881. Her father was a Master Gunner, Royal Artillery

Kathleen COOTE, the daughter of Major Coote, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged three months, buried 16th July 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Eliza COPE, aged 2 years, the daughter of Private John Cope, 36th Regiment, buried 6th September 1823

Hugh Charles COPEMAN, Captain, Essex Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 19th January 1889, aged 27 years

Edward John COPPENS, baptised 5th April 1863, the son of Augustus and Sarah Hellen Coppens, Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Sarah Jane COPPENS, baptised 2nd June 1861, the daughter of Augustus and Sarah Coppens, Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Anne R. COPPIN, the daughter of Sergeant Coppin, Royal Sappers and Miners, buried 14th August 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Private COPPLESTONE, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, died Sunday 8th April 1849. He spent the day in a small boat, on landing a gust of wind took the sail and carried him into the sea

Samuel COPPLESTONE, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 10th April 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Margaret CORBETT, aged 5 months, the daughter of James Corbett, 92nd Highlanders, buried 26th July 1837

George CORBITT, Corporal, Royal Artillery, from Norfolk, married 25th July 1853 to, Amelia GRAHAM, the daughter of William and Maria Graham of Malta

John CORDON, Gunner, No.1169, 6th Royal Artillery, Court Martialed 8th October 1859, found Guilty of desertion from the 47th Regiment and enlisting in the Royal Artillery. Sentenced to imprisonment with hard labour for 84 days, and to be marked with the letter D

Nathaniel CORDUE, aged 24 years, Sergeant, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 10th July 1837

Henry CORFIELD, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 4th January 1842

Thomas CORDWELL, aged 29 years, bachelor, of Norton, Gloucestershire, the son of Philip and Mary Cordwell, Lance-Sergeant, 28th Regiment, married 1st July 1873, to Anne Jane HEARSON, minor, with her parents consent, born in Gibraltar, the daughter of George and Charlotte Hearson

Charles CORNELIUS, 21+, bachelor, born in Exeter, Devon, Corporal, Surveyor and Draughtsman, Royal Engineers, the son of Richard and Mary Cornelius, married 15th November 1866 to, Mary Rebecca RAINES, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of George and Harriet Raines

Gunner William CORNER, Royal Artillery, aged 27 years, died 21st November 1898

Alexander Daniel James CORRISON, baptised 15th November 1862, the son of Daniel and Margaret Corrison, Drum Major, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Richard John CORRISON, baptised 18th August 1861, the son of Daniel and Margaret Corrison, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Thomas COSSER, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Essex, the son of John and Margaret Cosser, Gunner, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 17th August 1876, to Carmela FORMOSA, aged 24 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Paolo and Mary Ann Formosa

John COTTAM, Private, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 22 years 7 months, buried 27th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Richard COTTAM, aged 22 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 16th August 1837

Edmund COTTER, born in Malta about 1852. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Jessie and their children in Portsea, Hampshire. He was a Lieutenant, Royal Engineers

William COTTERELL, 21+, bachelor, born in Winchester, Corporal, 76th Regiment, the son of Charles and Elizabeth Cotterell, married 17th February 1852 to, Jane PULLIN, the widow of Colour-Sergeant James Pullin, 76th Regiment, 21+, born in Fermoy, Ireland, the daughter of John and Catherine DAVENPORT

Elizabeth COTTON, the wife of Major Charles McClintock Cotton, 20th Hussars, died 6th April 1870, at sea near Malta on her journey home to England from India

John Thomas COTTRELL, aged 27 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, the son of John Cottrell, married 18th June 1884, to Lydia Sarah BALL, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of George Ball

John COUGHLAN, Colour-Sergeant, 57th Regiment, married 11th September 1856 to, Ann BATT, of Hertfordshire

John COUGHLAN, Colour-Sergeant, 57th Regiment, awarded the French Military Medal in September 1856 for service in the Crimean War

Joseph COULSON, Private, Grenadier Guards, aged 24 years, buried 2nd April 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

William COULSON, aged 32 years, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 27th September 1841

William James COULSON, baptised 4th May 1864, the son of Charles and Catherine Coulson, Sergeant, 100th Regiment

Charles COULTON, Private, 41st Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 11th January 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Lieut-Colonel T. De COURCY HAMILTON VC, his wife gave birth to a son 29th September 1869

David Charles COURTNEY, 21+, bachelor, of Dublin, the son of Henry and Sydney Courtney, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, married 5th September 1871, to Alice Margaret MANN, 21+, spinster, of Guernsey, the daughter of Margaret and Colonel Gother Frederick Mann, Royal Engineers

Sydney Margaret COURTNEY, born in Malta about 1873, the daughter of Alice and David Courtney. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Woolwich, Kent. Her father was a Captain in Royal Engineers

Emily Paulina COUSINS, born 1st September 1866, the daughter of William and Sofia Cousins, nee MAIN, Paymaster Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

William COUSINS, Private, Rifle Brigade, aged 19 years, buried 15th February 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

W.J. COUSINS, aged 5 months, Royal Artillery, died on board HMS Euphrates, buried 2nd January 1892

Corporal J. COUZENS, aged 29 years, Royal Engineers, died 15th August 1861

William COWELL, left the 58th Regiment, 7th December 1804, and joined the Maltese Corps with the rank of Captain

Caroline Edith COWEN, born 14th February 1858, the daughter of Amelia Harriet ane Charles Cowen, Staff Surgeon

Edward Ingham COWEN, born 24th July 1856, the son of Amelia Harriet and Charles Cowen, Staff Surgeon

Edith COWEN, born in Malta about 1859, the daughter of Amelia and Charles Cowen. In 1881 living in Portsea, Hampshire, with her parents and family. Her father was Deputy Inspector General of Army Hospitals

William COWLEY, aged 23 years, bachelor, Corporal, Dorset Regiment, the son of David Cowley, married 4th May 1889, to Elvira BONGIOVANNI, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Vincenzo Bongiovanni

William COWPER, Captain, Royal Engineers, served at Malta 1853, then posted to Hong Kong. Died accidentally in Canton 3rd December 1856

John COYNE, Private, 28th Regiment, Court Martialed 4th March 1857, found Guilty of striking a superior officer, and habitual drunkeness, sentenced to 365 days hard labour and stoppages

Charles COX, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Lincolnshire Regiment, the son of John Cox, married 12th January 1897 to, Dorothy WHITE, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Richad White

George COX, 21+, bachelor, born in Derby, Captain, 87th Regiment, the son of George and Rebecca Cox, Aide-de-Camp to the Governor of Malta, married 4th January 1870 to, Katherine Grant BRIDGE, 21+, widow, born in Nairn, Scotland, the daughter of James and Janet GORDON

Georgina COX, the daughter of Sergeant Cox, 9th Regiment, aged 84 days, buried 2nd June 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Sydenham Easton Southwell COX, baptised 1st December 1860, the son of Easton John and Mary Anne Elizabeth Cox, Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Bombardier Thomas COX, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years, died 11th November 1896

John Thomas CRABER, 21+, bachelor, born in London, Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of Elizabeth and John Henry Craber, married 17th June 1869 to, Amelia WESTCOTT, 21+, spinster, born in Devonport, the daughter of George and Mary Ann Westcott

Thomas CRACE, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Lancaster Regiment, the son of Thomas Crace, married 28th March 1896, to Alice Amelia PINK, aged 18 years, of Gosport, Hampshire, the daughter of William Henry Pink

Sarah CRACKNELL, the daughter of Corporal Cracknell, 68th Light Infantry, aged one year two months, buried 9th August 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Fermina Jane CRAGG, baptised 1st March 1865, the daughter of James and Jemina Cragg, Hospital Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

James William CRAGG, baptised 6th December 1863, the son of James and Jemima Cragg, Hospital Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Joseph William CRAGGS, baptised 18th February 1865, the son of Robert and Ann Craggs, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Louisa Margaret CRAGGS, baptised 12th January 1867, the daughter of James and Jermima Craggs, Hospital Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Robert CRAGGS, aged 24 years, bachelor, born in Bucknall, Lincolnshire, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of William Craggs, married 7th December 1863 to, Anne PAYNE, aged 25 years, spinster, born in Bath, the daughter of Henry Payne

Robert CRAIG, Private, 42nd Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial on 26th December 1844, of leaving his post, sentenced 14 years Transportation

John Harry Smith CRAIGIE, 21+, bachelor, of Rosneath, Scotland, the son of Mary Jane and Patrick Edmonstone Craigie, Lieutenant, 71st Regiment, married 5th November 1874, to Rosabelle Hamilton TOMPSON, 21+, spinster, born Boulogne sur Mer, France, the daughter of Mary Ann and Arthur Fisher Tompson

George CRAMPTON, Sergeant, 7th Regiment, married 16th October 1834, to Ann CRONK, of Kent

James CRANFIELD, aged 49 years, Army Pensioner, late of Royal Artillery, buried 7th December 1823

Robert CRANFIELD, aged 22 years, son of the late J. Cranfield, Army Pensioner, late Royal Artillery, buried 16th September 1825

Amey CRANSTON, aged 5 years, the daughter of George Cranston, Royal Artillery, buried 22nd April 1837

W.G. CRAVEN, a fatal accident took place on Tuesday night, 5th January 1847, when some soldiers of the 88th Regiment were returning from Fort Ricasoli having been visiting friends. One of the men, N. Hanton, missed his footing in stepping into the boat and fell into the water. One of his companions James Grady plunged into the water after him but did not succeed in saving him. Had it not been for the courage of the Colonel's orderly, W.G. Craven, Grady would probably have drowned. Craven jumped in a second time searching for Hanton but did not find him. His body was recovered the following morning

Alexander Spiers CRAWFORD, Lieutenant, 67th Regiment. Died 21st August 1853, aged 75 years. He stabbed himself with a penknife through the right ventricle of the heart. He had earned a medal while serving with the 97th Regiment at Waterloo, and had arrived in Malta a few days before, suffering from heart disease. He was a widower without children

Eliza CRAWFORD, aged 13 months, the daughter of Robert Crawford, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 16th January 1843

John CRAWFORD, aged 1 year, the son of Sergeant Robert Crawford, 80th Regiment, buried 29th June 1824

John CRAWFORD, Lieutenant, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

John Charles CRAWFORD, Lieutenant, issued a notice that he would not be liable for debts incurred by his wife, Catherine Crawford, 2nd July 1827

Mary Jane CRAWFORD, the daughter of Thomas Crawford, Drummer, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged nine months, buried 30th May 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Robert CRAWFORD, aged 2 years, the son of Robert Crawford, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 22nd June 1841

Sarah Jane CRAWFORD, aged 4 years, the daughter of Robert Crawford, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 13th March 1842

William CRAWFORD, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 20th March 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Captain CRAWLEY, Royal Engineers, stationed in Malta, November 1850

Mrs CRAWLEY, the wife of Captain C. Crawley, 15th Regiment, gave birth to a son 27th September 1863

Henry Owen CRAWLEY, Colonel, Commanding Royal Engineer, 1860

Philip Arthur Sambrooke CRAWLEY, born 20th May 1869, the son of Edwardine and Captain Richard Sambrooke Crawley, 64th Regiment

Robert CRAY, aged 30 years, Sergeant, 77th Regiment, buried 15th December 1840

Boyle V. CREAGH, aged 26 years, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, buried 9th November 1824

Edith R. CREAGH, born in Malta about 1878, the daughter of Edith and Andrew Creagh. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Alverstoke, Hampshire. Her father was a Captain in 42nd Regiment

Michael R. CREAGH, born in Malta about 1876, the son of Edith and Andrew Creagh. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Alverstoke, Hampshire. His father was a Captain in 42nd Regiment

Rosaline CREECH, died 13th May 1848, aged 22 years 4 months, the wife of Acting Sergeant-Major Thomas Creech, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, at St.Elmo

Rosaline CREECH, the wife of Sergeant Creech, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 14th May 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas CREECH, from Cork, Colour-Sergeant, 69th Regiment, married 6th January 1849, to Adelaide TAYLOR

Sergeant-Major CREECH, 69th Regiment, presented a silver cup, 24th March 1851, to his predecessor Sergeant-Major Robert Honner, prior to the regiment leaving Malta in April

Richard CREEDY, aged 6 months, the son of William Creedy, 18th Regiment, buried 21st July 1823

Thomas CRELLIN, aged 22 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 24th August 1828

Robert CRESSWELL, aged 32 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 10th August 1827

William CREWYS, aged 39 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 30th October 1823

Thomas CRIBBLE, Bandsman, 8th Regiment, died 19th January 1866. Returning at night in a small skiff with a fellow bandsman from Fort Ricasoli to Fort Manoel, they were driven onto the rocks off St.Elmo Point. The damaged boat was found next morning, but his body was not recovered till ten days later

Alexander CRIGHTON, aged 35 years, bachelor, from Forfar, Scotland, Sergeant-Major, Royal Artillery, married 24th March 1813, to Ann TASKER, aged 30 years, spinster, of St.Thomas, Surrey, orphan

Thomas CRIMMINS, Private, 68th Light Infantry, Court Martialed 21st January 1852, found Guilty of throwing his forage cap at and striking his superior officer, violent and disrespectful conduct, sentenced to 50 lashes and 336 days hard labour.

He was Court Martialed again on 4th February 1852, and found Guilty of insubordinate and threatening conduct, sentenced to 50 lashes and 730 days hard labour, to commence at the expiration of his former sentence. 25 lashes commuted to 14 days solitary confinement

Edith Annie CRITCHER, baptised 23rd May 1869, the daughter of Charles and Eliza Critcher

Alfred CROCKER, Surgeon, Royal Regiment, married 16th April 1857 to, Mary DELAMAIN, the eldest daughter of Edward Delamain, of St.Saviour’s, Jersey, Channel Islands

Alice Mary CROCKER, baptised 24th August 1861, the daughter of Alfred and Mary Crocker, Surgeon, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Elizabeth CROCKETT, the daughter of Henry Crockett, Drummer, 69th Regiment, aged two months eight days, buried 20th June 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Frederick CROCKFORD, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of John Crockford, married 13th April 1881, to Elizabeth WHITEHEAD, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of John Whitehead

Lieutenant CROFTON, 24th Regiment, received British War Medal with a clasp forEgypt in June 1847, for service during the 1801 defeat of Napoleon’s forces.

Edward Walter CROFTON, CB, Colonel, Royal Artillery, died 26th June 1863, after a few days illness, aged 49 years. He left a widow and children

Peter CROKE, Private, 24th Regiment, died 27th October 1868. He threw himself from Strada Reale Bastion into the ditch beneath, on 18th. Died in the Military Hospital

Frederick Nurse CROMARTIE, Captain, Royal Artillery, died 10th July 1867. Committed suicide at his residence in Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, by shooting himself through the heart with a pistol. He had recently been reprimanded for neglect of duty as President of the Canteen Committee. Born 9th June 1831, he left a wife and young family

James Abernethy CROMBIE, born 8th February 1864, the son of Margaret and John Crombie, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

James Abernethy CROMBIE, born in Malta about 1864, the son of Margaret and John Crombie. In 1881 living with his parents and family in New Infantry Barracks, Fulford, Yorkshire. His father was Quarter Master in the Army

Jane CROMBIE, aged 13 months, the daughter of John Crombie, 92nd Regiment, buried 3rd November 1837

Julia CROMBIE, aged 1 year, the daughter of John Crombie, 92nd Highlanders, buried 24th December 1839

Marjory CROMBIE, baptised 25th September 1865, the daughter of David andElizabeth Crombie, nee HENNESSEY, Paymaster Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment. Born 2nd September 1857

Charlotte E. CROMEY, born in Malta about 1876, the daughter of Julia and Walter Cromey. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Shorncliffe Camp, Cheriton, Kent. Her father was a Sergeant-Major

Jane CRONEN, aged 30 years, the wife of R. Cronen, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 1st July 1824

Evelyn Florence CROOK, born 13th June 1897, the daughter of Frederick William and Florence Amy Crook, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Frederick William CROOK, aged 25 years 6 months, bachelor, Draughtsman, Royal Engineers, the son of William James Crook deceased, married 15th May 1896, to Florence Amy LEWIS, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of George Lewis

John CROPPER, Private, 47th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 9th April 1839, of striking a Sergeant, sentenced to Transportation for Life

Robert CROPPER, aged 28 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 2nd November 1839

Walter CROSS, 21+, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment, the son of Walter Cross, married 20th September 1881, to Zuleika Westbrook TULL, 18+, spinster, the daughter of Jeremiah Tull deceased

Joshua Grant CROSSE, 21+, bachelor, born in Tottenham, Middlesex, Captain, 88th Regiment, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Crosse, married 8th March 1855 to, Frances Amelia HARVEY, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Sarah and Samuel Harvey

Henry CROSSEY, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in Bath, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Henry and Mary Crossey, married 5th October 1867 to, Annie LONG, aged 25 years, spinster, born in Southampton, the daughter of Jeremiah and Ann Long

Thomas CROSSMAN, the son of Corporal Thomas Crossman, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged 22 days, buried 1st January 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Private CROWLEY, Leinster Regiment, stationed at Fort Chambray, Gozo in June 1895. Due to ill feeling towards his corporal, he fired a loaded gun at the corporal in the barrack room , wounding him in the leg. Crowley was arrested

John CROZER, Royal Artillery, married 6th July 1814, to Charlotte SPENCER, of Co.Armagh.

George CROZIER, Sergeant, 94th Regiment, married 24th August 1833, to Mary ORTON

St. G. CROZIER, Band Master of the 44th Regiment in 1849

Captain CRUCKSHANKS, 17th Bombay Native Infantry, died 5th August 1838, in the Lazaretto. Arrived on HMS Magara from Alexandria on his way to England

Thomas CUBITT, Brevet-Major, Royal Artillery, born Catfield, Norfolk, 2nd October 1784. Served in Malta and Gibraltar December 1804 to June 1809. Died at Kingston, Upper Canada 15th March 1840

Daniel CULLEN, died 22nd August 1897, aged 28 years, Private, H Company, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment

John CULLEN, Private, 48th Regiment, Court Martialed 29th July 1856, found Guilty of being absent, loss of necessaries, and violence to a superior officer, sentenced to 21 years Transportation

John James CULLEN, born 1857/1858, the son of Rebecca and Gunner John Cullen, Royal Artillery

Sarah Elizabeth CULLEN, the daughter of James Cullen, Royal Artillery, aged one year seven months, buried 17th April 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William CULLEN, Private, 68th Light Infantry, buried 29th June 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Michael CULLINAN, 21+, bachelor, born in Wexford, Ireland, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of Martin and Bridget Cullinan, married 23rd December 1868 to, Eliza BRITTAIN, aged 21 years, spinster, born in Scarborough, Yorkshire, the daughter of Richard and Margaret Brittain

Arthur Thomas CUMMING, baptised 2nd May 1865, the son of Thomas and Esther Caroline Cuming, Captain, Royal Artillery

G. CUMMING, Sergeant-Major, 57th Regiment, awarded the Insignia of the 5th Class of the Imperial Order of the Legion of Honour by the French for distinguished service during the Crimean War

George CUMMING, Sergeant-Major, 57th Regiment, married 30th September 1857 to, Catherine BELSON, from Ireland

Margaret CUMMING, aged 30 years, the wife of a soldier in the 92nd Royal Highlanders, buried 22nd July 1839

Mrs CUMMING, the wife of Captain Cumming, Royal Artillery, gave birth to a son, 16th March 1865

Alexander CUNNINGHAM, died 28th July 1832, Private, 73rd Regiment

Arthur  CUNNINGHAM, baptised 13th October 1866, the son of James and Elizabeth Cunningham, Sapper, Royal Engineers

George James CUNNINGHAM, born 1868/1869, the son of James Cunningham, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Mary Louisa CUNNINGHAM, baptised 19th July 1863, the daughter of George and Isabella Cunningham, Private, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Sarah CUNNINGHAM, baptised 19th July 1863, the daughter of George and Isabella Cunningham, Private, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

R.C. CUNNINGHAME, Captain, 42nd Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 6th September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Alfred John CURD, aged 29 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of George Henry Curd, married 17th September 1895, to Eliza Letitia JONES, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Evan Jones

James CURNOCK, the son of Private Curnock, 54th Regiment, buried 13th August 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James Arthur CURNOW, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Welch Regiment, the son of James Curnow, married 15th January 1893, to Martha BOOKHAM, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of Owen GILL

Henry CURRAN, born in Malta about 1859, the son of Sarah and John Curran. Living with his parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1881. His father was an Army Pensioner

Margaret Georgina Mary Caroline CURRAN, born 27th November 1890, the daughter of Georgina Mary Eliza and Sergeant Patrick John Curran, 2nd Battalion, Connaught Rangers, in Gozo

Patrick John CURRAN, aged 23 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Connaught Rangers, the son of John Curran, married 20th January 1890, to Georgina Mary Eliza QUINN, aged 18 years, the daughter of Thomas Valentine Quinn

William CURRAN, born in Malta about 1860, the son of Sarah and John Curran. Living with his parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire, in 1881. His father was an Army Pensioner

William CURRAN, baptised 20th May 1860, the son of John and Sarah Curran, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Robert CURRENS, Corporal, 18th Regiment, married 8th September 1823, to Elizabeth PROCTOR

Mary Anne CURRY, baptised 1st June 1867, the daughter of Silvester and Fanny Curry, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Michael CURRY, Private, 21st Regiment, Court Martialed 18th May 1857, found Guilty of violence to a superior officer, sentenced to 1 years hard labour

Patrick CURRY, aged 31 years, widower, of Inniskillen, Ireland, Sergeant, 44th Regiment, married 16th December 1812, to Ann ROGERS, aged 31 years, from Scarborough, Yorkshire, the widow of Sergeant John Rogers, 44th Regiment

Robert CURTIS, Private, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged 20 years, buried 7th August 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare C.F.

Richard CURWEN, 21+, bachelor, born in Lancaster, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Thomas and Anne Curwen, married 9th September 1868 to, Rebecca KEENE, 21+, spinster, born in England, the daughter of Joseph and Mary Keene

John CUSINE, aged 2 years, the son of John Cusine, Lieutenant, 95th Regiment, buried 25th February 1825

Amy CUTTELL, born in Malta about 1849. Married. In 1881 living in Knellar Hall, Twickenham, Middlesex, with her husband James Cuttell. He was a Lance Sergeant in 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

John CUTTELL, aged 26 years, bachelor, born in England, Private, 8th Regiment, the son of Richard and Sarah Cuttell, married 16th March 1868 to, Amy BOSWARD, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Bosward

Ernest CUTTS, aged 21 years, bachelor, Lance Corporal, Royal Scots, the son of George Cutts, married 27th December 1891, to Mary MALONEY, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Richard Maloney

Richard D’ARCY, 21+, bachelor, born Armagh, Sergeant, 76th Regiment, the son of Mary and John D’Arcy, married 7th November 1851 to, Anne Eliza Amelia MOORE, 21+, widow of James Moore, 76th Regiment, born Ridgway, Devon, the daughter of Caroline and Joseph CREES

David D’OMBRE, aged 45 years, from Geneva, Switzerland, Lieutenant, De Meuron’s Regiment, buried 15th August 1831

William DADDS, aged 9 months, the son of William Dadds, 18th Regiment, buried 29th June 1823

William DADDS, of Middlesex, Sergeant, 44th Regiment, married 30th May 1848, to Mary EVANS, of Dublin

Francis DADSON, baptised 3rd March 1866, the son of Francis and Mary Dadson, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Joseph Nathaniel Portlock DADSON, Captain, Royal Artillery, the younger son of the late William Dadson, of Rochester, and grandson of the late Captain Nathaniel Portlock, Royal Navy, died 25th November 1864, aged 27 years

William Thomas DADSON, baptised 5th March 1864, the son of Francis and Mary Dadson, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Bugler J. DAGWEED, aged 16 years, Royal Engineers, died 27th November 1862

Irwin DAILLY, aged 1 year, the son of Sergeant Irwin Dailly, 18th Regiment, buried 6th August 1825

Frances Mary DALBY, baptised 8th September 1866, the daughter of William and Johanna Dalby, Master Sadler, M.S.D.

Henry DALDRY, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 18th December 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Jane DALE, aged 8 months, the daughter of John Dale, Sergeant, 80th Regiment, buried 4th July 1824

Elizabeth DALEY, aged 1 day, the daughter of Sergeant William Daley, 80th Regiment, buried 25th September 1823

Thomas DALEY, baptised 31st December 1864, the son of Michael and Jane Daley, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

William Michael DALEY, baptised 25th November 1862, the son of Michael and Jane Daley, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Peter DALLAS, aged 29 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 3rd March 1838

Robert James DALLAS, aged 37 years, Surgeon, Royal Artillery, buried 2nd December 1829

Mary Ann DAMERAL, baptised 2nd November 1862, the daughter of William and Sarah Dameral, Gunner, Royal Artillery

William DANIELS, Private, 3rd Battalion, Grenadier Guards, aged 33 years, buried 1st April 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

William DANIELS, the son of Sergeant Daniels, 46th Regiment, aged 6 years, buried 13th October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Helen DARLINGTON, aged 31 years, the wife of Private George Darlington, 80th Regiment, buried 16th March 1823

William DARLINGTON, aged 1 year, the son of Private George Darlington, 80th Regiment, buried 10th April 1823

Charles DALTON, Captain, Royal Artillery. Born Harpenden, Hertfordshire, 2nd February 1789. Served on Malta and Sicily, 1811 to 1814

John Henry DALTON, 21+, bachelor, from St.Luke’s, Dublin, the son of John and Rebecca Dalton, Sergeant, 47th Regiment, married 19th January 1856 to, Mary DENNINGTON, the widow of Henry Charles Dennington, born Rhayader, Wales

Joseph DALTON, 24th Regiment, died 25th November 1869, whilst under treatment at Vittoriosa hospital, threw himself from a window and died instantly

Ensign DALY, 24th Regiment, received British War Medal with a clasp for Egypt in June 1847, for service during the 1801 defeat of Napoleon’s forces

William DALY, born 1838/1839, the son of Mary and Thomas Daly, Colour-Sergeant, 47th Regiment

William T. DALY, born 1837/1838, the son of Mary Ann and Peter Daly, Farrier, 9th Dragoon Guards

Elizabeth DAMERAL, baptised 3rd November 1866, the daughter of William and Sarah Dameral, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Charles John DAMERELL, baptised 20th August 1864, the son of William and Sarah Damerell, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Henry Nixon DANIEL, Royal Artillery officer, served in Malta 1828 to 1831 Born Enniscorthy, Co.Wexford, in April 1793

William DANNELDS, Private, 7th Company, 3rd Battalion, Grenadier Guards, died 29th March 1854, in the Lazaretto, aged 34 years

William D'ARCY, Private, 76th Regiment, aged 29 years 1851, buried 17th October 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Private David DARE, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died of cholera 20th October 1867, aged 21 years

George DARLINGTON, aged 39 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 29th March 1828

Arthur William DARRAH, the son of Jane and Lieut-Colonel Darrah, Commanding Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged 20 days, buried 9th June 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Joseph Ellis DARWENT, aged 25 years, bachelor, Royal Engineers, the son of Joseph Darwent, married 17th May 1880, to D'Arcy Robertson BOA, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Robertson Boa

Augusta Isabella DASHWOOD, born 24th March 1831, the daughter of Henrietta Mary Annette and Lieutenant Dashwood, Royal Engineers. She died 1st August 1831, at Pieta, aged 4 months

Camilla DAVENPORT, died 21st April 1845, in Valletta, at the residence of her father Mr.V. GATT, aged 27 years, the wife of Captain W. Davenport, 94th Regiment

William DAVENPORT, baptised 31st March 1867, the son of William and Martha Davenport, Colour Sergeant, 64th Regiment

Herbert Oswald Aikin DAVEY, born 16th October 1879, the son of John Henry and Mary Ann Theresa Davey, Telegraphist

Violet Constance DAVEY, born 4th December 1880, the daughter of John Henry and Mary Ann Theresa Davey, Telegraph Clerk

Lieut-Colonel DAVIDSON, A.D.C. to the Governor, lived at 219 Strada Reale,Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

Charles Robert DAVIDSON, baptised 9th April 1863, the son of George Montgomerie and Elizabeth Frances Davidson, Paymaster, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Fanny DAVIDSON, aged 1 year, the daughter of William Davidson, Private, 42nd Highlanders, buried 1st August 1843

Mary DAVIDSON, aged 23 months, the daughter of Sergeant R. Davidson, 42nd Highlanders, buried 16th May 1843

William DAVIDSON, aged 25 years, Private, 77th Regiment, buried 25th June 1840

Corporal DAVIES, Border Regiment, on 13th December 1898 with others from the same regiment was boating outside Grand Harbour near St. Elmo lighthouse, when the boat capsized. From the party of eight men, three were drowned, and the others saved by Maltese boatmen Giuseppe and Spiridione Debono. He was one of the survivors.

Private Frederick DAVIES, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died of cholera 6th September 1867, aged 31 years

William Paul Anthony DAVIES, aged 26 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Edward and Mary Davies, nee Thomas, Head Smelter, married 26th November 1896 to Mary TEUMA, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of William and Judith Teuma, nee Agius, Tailor, Strada San Giovanni, Sliema, at Stella Maris Church, Sliema

Charlotte DAVIS, aged 6 months, the daughter of Lance Sergeant John Davis, 47th Regiment, buried 3rd December 1838

Edmond Plowright DAVIS, born 28th June 1870, the son of Adelaide and Edward Davis

George DAVIS, the son of a soldier in 1st Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged eleven months, buried 14th July 1848, by Reverend John Cleugh

Henry Charles DAVIS, born 14th July 1860, illegitimate son of Thomas Davis, Private, 22nd Regiment, and Helen Peebles, servant with Mr. Hurst, bandmaster

John DAVIS, aged 31 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 7th September 1826

John DAVIS, Private, 77th Regiment, Court Martialed 29th October 1840, found Guilty of being drunk, and using threatening and abusive language, sentenced to Transportation for Life

John DAVIS, the son of Drummer Davis, 1st Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged one year seven months, buried 30th April 1847 by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John DAVIS, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 25th October 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Joseph DAVIS, aged 23 years, bachelor, born in England, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, born England, the son of Joseph and Emma Davis, married 3rd August 1868, to Julia BOSWARD, aged 17 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Bosward

John DAVISON, aged 36 years, widower, Armourer Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 7th Royal Fusiliers, born Liverpool, the son of James and Eliza Davison, married 9th April 1864, to Carmela CASHA, aged 18 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Vincenzo and Mary Casha

Daniel DAVORN, Sergeant, 60th Regiment, murdered by Private George Cochran of the same Regiment on 22nd June 1836. Cochran was found Guilty and hanged on 27th June

Dr. John DAVY, spent seven years in Malta with the Army Medical Staff, and was responsible for opening the first Public Dispensary for out-patient care of the poor in the Auberge d’Italie, in Valletta. Born 1790, died 1868

Edward DAWES, Sergeant-Major, 10th Regiment, married 14th February 1821, to N. BARNET

George Bethel DAWES, born 26th May 1881, the son of Maude and Captain Bethel Martin Dawes, Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment,

Robert DAWES, aged 6 months, the son of Edward Dawes, 92nd Highlanders, buried 27th April 1837

Margaret Elizabeth DAWIN (?), baptised 3rd August 1867, the daughter of William and Maria Dawin, Corporal, 31st Regiment

Algernon Cecil DAWSON, 21+, bachelor, of Leamington, Warwickshire, the son of the Reverend John Dawson, Captain, 3rd Dragoon Guards, acting as Assistant to his Excellency the Governor, married 10th May 1873, to Helen Louisa DANIELL, 21+, spinster, born at sea, the daughter of Charlotte and Colonel Charles Augustus Daniell

Algernon C. DAWSON, born 3rd April 1875, the son of Helen L. and Captain Algernon Cecil Dawson, 3rd Dragoon Guards

Annie DAWSON, baptised 8th January 1860, the daughter of William and Alice Dawson, Corporal, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Edith Frances DAWSON, baptised 17th November 1861, the daughter of William and Alice Dawson, Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

George Francis DAWSON, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, faced a General Court Martial. Dismissed His Majesty’s service 15th November 1824. Age when commissioned 17 years 11 months, Gentleman Cadet 8th November 1808, 2nd Lieutenant 11th September 1812, 1st Lieutenant 2nd January 1815. On leaving the Army took Holy Orders. Died as Rector of Orpington, Kent, 11th October 1850

Ivo Vernon DAWSON, born 13th December 1876, the son of Helen Louisa and Algernon Cecil Dawson, Captain, 3rd Dragoon Guards

John DAWSON, Schoolmaster, Sergeant, Rifle Brigade, married 22nd August 1835, to Elizabeth SHAW, of Gibraltar

David John DAY, aged 28 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Edmund Day, married 29th April 1883, to Josepha MICALLEF, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Paolo Micallef deceased

Major DE BATHE, 85th Regiment, born 19th June 1823, a son

Cuthbert DE HOUGHTON, born 27th August 1880, the son of Aimee Jean and Lieutenant James De Houghton, 10th Regiment, Inspector of Musketry

Guy DE HOUGHTON, born 12th May 1879, the son of Aimee Jean and Lieutenant James De Houghton, 10th Regiment

Mrs DEADY, died Tuesday 16th July 1850, the wife of Private Deady. Five men of the 44th Regiment, and Mrs Deady, fell victims to cholera at their barracks in Vittoriosa

William DEAG, aged 34 years, widower, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of James Deag, married 31st October 1855, to Ellen RIXON, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of John Rixon

…… DEAN, Private, 23rd Regiment, died 14th September 1855, from cholera, at St. George's Barracks

Dorothy Juliette DEAN, born 25th October 1871, the daughter of Juliette and  Captain Hugh Pollexfen Dean, 31st Regiment

Thomas DEAN, baptised 8th October 1865, the son of George and Janie Dean, Private, 29th Regiment

Matilda DEAN, baptised 23rd August 1862, the daughter of John and Sarah Dean, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Alfred DEANE, aged 25 years, bachelor, of London, the son of Thomas Deane, Bandsman, 98th Regiment, married 28th July 1879, to Emilia BISHOP, aged 19 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of William Bishop

Dorothea Harriett DEANE, born 24th February 1900, the daughter of Major Richard Woodford and Harriett Deane, 4th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers

Captain H.P. DEANE, 31st Regiment, his wife gave birth to a daughter, 15th January 1870

William DEANE, Private, 23rd Regiment, aged 36 years, buried 15th September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare 

Isaac DEBNAM, aged 39 years, widower, from Warminster, Wiltshire, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 20th December 1811, to Sarah HARRISON, aged 33 years, from Greenwich, Kent, widow, the daughter of Fanny and Philip SHARP of Greenwich

Lieut-Colonel T. De COURCY HAMILTON VC, his wife gave birth to a son 29th September 1869

James DEEGAN, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Kilkenny, Ireland, the son of John and Ann Deegan, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps, married 28th April 1874, to Helen PEARSON, aged 22 years, spinster, of Scotland, the daughter of James and Helen Pearson

William DEER, 21+, bachelor, of Worthing, Sussex, the son of William and Mary Anne Deer, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 17th September 1876, to Carmela CUTAJAR, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Angelo and Lucia Cutajar

William DEERES, aged 21 months, the son of Daniel Deeres, 59th Regiment, buried 4th September 1839

James DELAHUNTY, Private, 88th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 30th May 1844, of striking a Corporal, sentenced to 14 years Transportation

Edward DELANY, the son of Sergeant John Delany, 76th Regiment, aged nine months, buried 8th March 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Charlotte DELL, baptised 23rd October 1863, the daughter of Martin and Charlotte Dell, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Martin DELL, born 1861 the son of Charlotte and Martin Dell, Sergeant, 22nd Regiment

Martin DELL, baptised 22nd September 1861, the son of Martin and Charlotte Dell, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

G.C. DELMONT, Lieutenant, 27th Regiment, died end 1801/early 1802, in Valletta

Daniel DEMPSEY, Private, 47th Regiment, married 7th September 1838, to Winifred KENNEDY

Mary Anne DEMPSEY, daughter of the late Private Dempsey, 95th Regiment, aged six weeks, buried 4th December 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charles John DENISON, baptised 17th June 1865, the son of Charles and Ellen Denison, Private, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

Caroline DENMAN, baptised 6th January 1867, the daughter of William and Harriet Denman, Corporal, 29th Regiment

John DENNIS, Private, 20th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 6th February 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John DENNISON, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 18 years, buried 9th October 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Robert William DENISON, baptised 4th January 1860, the son of William and Fanny Denison, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

James DENNY, aged 21 years, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 31st august 1840

Robert DENT, Private, 2nd Battalion, 1st Royals, aged 18 years, buried 30th July 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Thomas DENTON, Private, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 6th November 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Robert DEPONG, aged 24 years, Corporal, 47th Regiment, buried 2nd December 1838

Susanna DERBY, baptised 3rd November 1861, the daughter of Edward and Mary Derby, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

John DERBYSHIRE, aged 24 years, Private, 88th Regiment, buried 1st February 1844

Lieutenant Cecil Henry DE ROUGEMONT, Royal Artillery, serving in Malta on his birthday, 17th December 1888, aged 23 years

Eliza DERRICOTT, aged 1 year, the daughter of Sergeant William Derricott, 80th Regiment, buried 14th June 1824

Isabella DERRICOTT, aged 13 months, the daughter of William Derricott, 80th Regiment, buried 6th February 1827

Henry DERRINGTON, Private, 53rd Regiment, married 19th December 1834, to Ellen CORNEY, of Carrickfergus

Constance Mary DESHON, baptised 17th December 1864, the daughter of Charles John and Mary Henrietta Deshon, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery

Lilian DESHON, baptised 11th June 1866, the daughter of Charles John and Mary Henrietta Deshon, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery

Humphrey DESMOND, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, the son of John Webb Desmond, married 7th July 1882, to Amelia MURPHY, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of John Murphy

Thomas DEVIL, Private serving with the 15th Regiment in 1859, confessed to being a deserter from the 68th Regiment. The Horse Guards instructions on 22nd September 1859 were for him to continue service with the 15th Regiment

Private DEVON, on Friday evening 19th February 1847, was with a party of men from the 42nd Regiment, Reserve Battalion, who were watching the troopship Resistance coming into harbour, when he fell into the ditch below the Bastions. It was reported that he been drinking

William DEWAR, died 7th May 1892, aged 39 years, QMS, 1st Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment

Colonel DICKENS, Royal Engineers, the Senior Engineer in Malta till 1811

Captain DICKENS, 95th Regiment born 28th January 1828, a daughter

Daniel DICKENSON, aged 21 years, Corporal, 59th Regiment, buried 21st October 1837

James DICKIE, aged 1 year, the son of James Dickie, 85th Regiment, buried 3rd March 1825

William DICKIE, aged 32 years, 70th Regiment, died from cholera, buried 13th July 1837

Joseph DICKSON, baptised 27th October 1863, the son of Robert and Mary Ann Dickson, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Martha Ann DICKSON, born 5th August 1864, daughter of John and Mary Dickson, nee MORGAN, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Mary Elizabeth DICKSON, died 16th February 1842, aged 21 years, the wife of Lieut-Colonel Lothian Dickson

Mary Elizabeth DICKSON, born 10th July 1862, daughter of John and Mary Dickson, nee MORGAN, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Annie Frances DILLON, baptised 19th October 1861, the daughter of Thomas and Annie Dillon, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Charlotte Susan DILLON, baptised 13th May 1860, the daughter of Thomas and Anne Dillon, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Eliza Almena DILLON, the relict of Major Dillon, died 1st December 1869 in Valletta, aged 84 years

Richard DILLON, born 1840/1841, the son of Mary and Martin Dillon, Private, 19th Regiment

Robert DILLON, the son of Martin Dillon, Corporal, 19th Regiment, buried 22nd November 1840

Robert DILLON, died 27th January 1864, aged 77 years, former Major, 82nd Regiment. Son of the late Sir John Dillon Bart

Frederick DILLOW, aged 22 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of William Dillow, married 11th March 1889, to Calcedonia GENOVESE, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Salvo Genovese

James DILWORTH, Private, 41st Regiment, aged 30 years, buried 7th May 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William DIMMOCK, aged 28 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 7th December 1826

William DIMOCKS, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Thomas Dimocks, married 25th July 1887, to Emily Jane WOOLISCROFT, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of Joseph Francis

George DINGWALL, died 3rd August 1857, 71st Highlanders. Found in Strada Rudolfo, Sliema, taken to Fort Tigne, but died on the way there. By the location of his body it was assumed he fell backwards off a wall

John DINON, Private, 19th Regiment, Court Martialed 9th August 1842, found Guilty of striking a Sergeant, sentenced to Transportation for Life

George DISBURY, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 21st Regiment, married 23rd  February 1860, to Eliza RYALL

Selina Agnes DIWELL, born 4th September 1867, the daughter of John and Charlotte Diwell, Private, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Jane Charlotte DIXON, baptised 19th May 1866, the daughter of William and Jane Elizabeth Dixon, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 60th Regiment

David DOAK, aged 17 months, the son of S. Doak, 18th Regiment, buried 24th April 1824

Fanny DOBBIN, born 3rd January 1868, the daughter of Hamilton and Helen Dobbin, nee COLEMAN, Sergeant, 14th Regiment

William DOBBYIN, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 29 years, buried 2nd October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Henrietta DODD, aged 10 months, the daughter of George Dodd, Private, 19th Regiment, buried 16th October 1842

John DODD, aged 24 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 15th September 1823

William Henry DODD, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment, the son of William Dodd, married 15th January 1893, to Lily MOORE, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of John Moore

Joseph DODD, aged 2 years, the son of George Dodd, 19th Regiment, buried 23rd September 1841

Thomas DODD, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 5th May 1841

D. DOHERTY, Private, 68th Regiment, died 14th June 1854, aged 22 years. Drowned whilst bathing opposite Pieta, near Sa Maison

Nathaniel DOHERTY, aged 28 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 2nd May 1826

John DOLAN, Private, Captain Cole’s Company, 85th Regiment, King’s Light Infantry, died 26th July 1829, aged 45 years. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

Dr.William DOMEIER, 1763 - 1815, served as a physician in the British army for foreign troops c.1805/c.1808. Born in Hannover, graduated from Gottingen University as a Doctor in 1784. In London 1810, published "Observation on the Climate, Manners and Amusements of Malta."

George Edward DOMING, aged 24 years, bachelor, Army Hospital Corps, the son of George Edward Doming, married 18th August 1884, to Annie LITTLEJOHN, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of John Littlejohn

Bombardier DONALDSON, died 4th March 1865, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery, committed suicide at San Salvadore Bastion, by blowing his brains out

Grace DONALDSON, baptised 10th December 1864, the daughter of John and Ellen Donaldson, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Mary Jane DONALDSON, baptised 30th May 1863, the daughter of John and Ellen Donaldson, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Catherine DONNELLY, 21+, widow of Hugh Donnelly, 69th Regiment, born in Cork, Ireland, the daughter of Cornelius and Agnes HARRINGTON, married 14th March 1851 to, Patrick MARTIN, 21+, bachelor, born Wexford, Ireland, Corporal, 69th Regiment, the son of Michael and Mary Martin of Wexford

Hugh DONELLY, of Kent, Private, 69th Regiment, married 29th August 1848, to Caroline HARRINGTON, of Cork

Hugh DONNELLY, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 25 years 4 months, buried 26th September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James DONNELLY, aged 16 months, the son of Simon Donnelly, 80th Regiment, buried 16th July 1823

Peter DONELLY, Private, 47th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 3rd February 1857, of striking a superior officer, sentenced to 14 years Transportation

Daniel DONOHOE, Private, 57th Regiment, on 9th February 1857, sentenced to 30 days imprisonment for damaging a shopkeeper’s property, and insulting his wife, at Isola

Richard DONOHUE, aged 32 years, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 9th March 1840

James DORAN, Royal Artillery, married 6th June 1838, to Margaret SLOAN

William DORAN, died 19th June 1851, aged 33 years 9 months, Captain, Paymaster, 76th Regiment, at his quarters at the Inquisitors Palace, Vittoriosa.

John DORNEY, G Company, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, died 13th May 1853, aged 29 years. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

Sarah DOTT, aged 17 months, the daughter of William Dott, Sergeant, 77th Regiment, buried 28th October 1839

Leonilla DOUGLAS, born 12th July 1865, the daughter of Colour-Sergeant John Scott and Druscilla Douglas, nee HOPCROFT, 29th Regiment

Robert DOUGLAS, Private, 1st Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged 26 years 9 months, buried 7th June 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas William DOUGLAS, born 1st August 1868, the son of George and Adelaide Douglas, nee MILLS, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

William John Thomas DOUGLAS, born 19th May 1867, the son of John Scott and Druscilla Douglas, nee HOPCROFT, 29th Regiment

John DOWD, Private, 3rd Regiment, stood trial 11th December 1860, together with with Michael Cardwell, also 3rd Regiment, accused of the murder of Charles Cramp, of HMS Melpomone. Acquitted.

Patrick DOWDALL, Captain, Brevet Major, 31st Regiment, married 2nd August 1817, to Anne Emilia TOOLE, of Ireland

John DOWDNEY, the son of Lance Corporal Edmund Dowdney, 47th Regiment, aged 7 days, buried 19th August 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Henry DOWKER, aged 26 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of John Dowker, married 5th May 1886 to Margaret Elizabeth COOK, aged 18 years, the daughter of Richard Cook

Henry DOWKER, Corporal, Royal Engineers, died 17th September 1888

Henry DOWKER, born 24th January 1889, the son of Margaret Elizabeth and the late Henry Dowker, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Henry James DOWLING, baptised 13th January 1866, the son of Henry and Jemima Dowling, Drum Major, 29th Regiment

John Hay DOWN, 87th Regiment, died 30th August 1869. Found dead at the foot of Verdala Bastion. Had been seen drunk in barracks the previous evening so assumed he fell to his death from height of 40 feet

Mary Anne DOWNEY, the daughter of Edward Downey, Sergeant, 47th Regiment, aged 2 years 5 months, buried 12th October 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

James DOWNIE, aged 20 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 10th July 1837

John DOWNIE, 21+, bachelor, born Edinburgh, the son of James and Madeline Downie, Private, 71st Regiment, married 13th July 1877, to Minnie ANDERSON, 21+, widow, of Hook Norton, Oxfordshire, the daughter of William and Minnie Maizzey

Daniel Neale DOWSWELL, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of James Neale Dowswell, married 8th August 1894 to Elizabeth Mary Caroline WOODWARD, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of James Woodward

D. DOYLE, 5976, Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers, died in hospital 7th April 1917, aged 22 years

George DOYLE, the son of Pierce Doyle, Corporal, 97th Regiment, aged 10 weeks, buried 2nd August 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Mary Ann DOYLE, aged 3 weeks, the daughter of Thomas Doyle, Private, 71st Regiment, buried 24th May 1837

Michael DOYLE, aged 26 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 20th December 1841

Michael DOYLE, Colour Sergeant, 95th Regiment, died 23rd June 1829. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

Peter DOYLE, 87th Regiment, died 28th June 1869, undergoing treatment for delerium tremens, threw himself out of a window and died immediately

Thomas DOYLE, died 19th March 1868, Private, 14th Regiment, found dead in Sliema, presumed attempting to walk back to his quarters at Pembroke Camp

Carey Pym DRAKE, born 12th August 1860, the son of Laura Augusta and Captain John Mervin Cutliffe Drake, Royal Engineers

C.N.A. DRAKE, Ensign, 36th Madras Native Infantry, buried 28th May 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

James DRAKE, aged 31 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 19th December 1823

Mary Ann DRAKE, the daughter of Henry Drake, Sergeant, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged seven months, buried 25th June 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Camillo Montebello DREW, born 23rd January 1826, the son of Geroliana and Richard Robinson Drew, Royal Artillery

Ernest DREW, born 10th October 1823 at Woolwich, Kent, the son of Geroliana and Richard Robinson Drew, Royal Artillery

John DREW, born 12th November 1820, the son of Geroliana and Richard Robinson Drew, Royal Artillery

James Paul DREW, aged 2 years, the son of Lieutenant R. Drew, Royal Artillery, buried 18th May 1827

Litteria DREW, born 22nd November 1819, the daughter of Geroliana and Richard Robinson Drew, Royal Artillery

Richard Robinson DREW, Royal Artillery officer, served in Malta 25th July 1819 to 11th September 1828. Married in Sicily 21st January 1814 to Geroliana BARONE

Rosa Serafina DREW, born 8th February 1828, the daughter of Geroliana and Richard Robinson Drew, Royal Artillery

Rosa Serafina DREW, born 7th November 1830, the daughter of Geroliana and Richard Robinson Drew, Royal Artillery.

Stephen Arnold DREW, Staff Sergeant, Army Gymnastic Staff, died 10th January 1899, in Valletta Station Hospital, aged 35 years. Born in Bermuda

Thomas DRISCOL, Paymaster Sergeant, 68th Regiment, from Cork, married 13th February 1854, to Mary Ann GOOLD, of Kent

Francis Charles Walker DRUMMOND, Major, Bengal S.C., died 1st April 1880, aged 39 years. Eldest son of Major-General Drummond, of Hawthornden, Midlothian, Scotland

Henry Maurice DRUMMOND, Captain, 42nd Highlanders. Freemason, Master of the Union of Malta Lodge 1846, 1847

John DRYLAND, aged 22 years, bachelor, of Birmingham, the son of James and Ann Dryland, Lance-Corporal, 98th Regiment, married 9th January 1877, to Victoria TARBONE, aged 18 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John and Clara Tarbone

John DRYSDALE, Sergeant-Major, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, married at Dunsfords Hotel, Valletta, on Tuesday 22nd October 1845, to Isabella WILSON, spinster, the only daughter of James Wilson, of Aberdeenshire, Scotland

William DUCK, Sergeant, 47th Regiment, married 8th November 1837, to Ann SHAKESPEARE

William DUCK, Sergeant, 47th Regiment, married 23rd May 1839, to Sophia KILLAM

Thomas DUCKETT, aged 33 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, the son of Edward Duckett deceased, married 28th September 1892, to Mary Alice BLEARS, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Stephen Blears

William DUCKETT, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 20 years, buried 21st October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Edmund John DUCKWORTH, baptised 29th September 1866, the son of John and Honor Duckworth, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Henry DUFF, Private, 21st Regiment, Court Martialed 23rd April 1857, found Guilty of being absent, losing necessaries and violence to a superior officer,sentenced to 50 lashes and 2 years hard labour

William DUFF, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 32 years, buried 17th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William George DUFF, born 13th July 1848, the son of William and Elizabeth Duff, nee EASTERBROOK, Armourer, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment

Anne DUFFUS, aged 10 months, the daughter of Corporal George Duffus, Royal Artillery, buried 12th February 1827

Charles John Andrew DUGDALE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 87th Royal Irish Fusliliers, born in Jersey, the son of Thomas and Mary Dugdale, married

24th July 1868 to, Jane GOSDEN, aged 25 years, spinster, born Stonehouse,Devon, the daughter of James and Anne Gosden

Francis DUGGAN, aged 31 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, the daughter of James Duggan deceased, married 26th January 1898, to Annie Louis HARBOUR, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Frederick William Harbour

Arthur Alexander George DUKE, born 27th October 1880, the son of Matilda and Sergeant Henry Duke, 1st Dragoons, at Isola

Peter DUMAS, Lieutenant, 30th Regiment, joined the Maltese Battalion in 1800

D'Oyly DUNBAR, baptised 1st February 1867, the son of William Matthew and Hannah Dunbar, Captain, 1st Battalion 24th Regiment

Mabel Wilhelmina DUNBAR, baptised 1st February 1867, the daughter of William Matthew and Hannah Dunbar, Captain, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

D’Od. DUNBAR died 22nd November 1867, M.W.D. DUNBAR died 26th November 1867, twin children of Captain W.M. Dunbar, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

James DUNBAR, born 21st January 1855, the son of George and Bridget Dunbar, nee McMAHON, Private, 72nd Regiment

James DUNCAN, baptised 15th September 1844, Private, 42nd Regiment

William DUNCAN, 69th Regiment, died Saturday 3rd March 1849. Expired suddenly at Fort St.Elmo baracks, when playing dominoes with his comrades. Inquest was held and the post mortem examination found cause of death was an aneurism of heart

Captain DUNDEE, aged 46 years, 47th Regiment, died 1st June 1840

William DUNKLEY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, buried 28th September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Elizabeth DUNLOP, the daughter of John Dunlop, Corporal, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged two years one month, buried 1st November 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Ensign A.G. DUNN, 100th Regiment, aged 22 years, died 27th January 1864, at Fort Ricasoli

Alexander Roberts DUNN, Lieut-Colonel, in command of the 100th Regiment, during Malta service 1861 to 1864. He was the holder of the Victoria Cross, awarded during the Crimean War. Born 15th September 1833 in Canada, he died 25th January 1868 in Abyssinia

Elizabeth Mary DUNN, the daughter of Robert Dunn, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, aged 1 year 6 months, buried 5th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Henry DUNN, aged 30 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, A.P.D., the son of Joseph Dunn, married 8th December 1892 to Susannah BOWDEN, aged 28 years, spinster of Plympton, Devon, the daughter of Joseph Bowden

John DUNN, 44th Regiment, died by drowning, about 17th August 1849. His body was picked up from the sea off St.Julians two days after he went missing

John DUNN, 14th Regiment, on 17th March 1857 he entered a drinking shop in Cospicua and without provocation seized the beard of Sailor George Epps, and at the same time took the sailor’s glass to drink his liquor. This irritated Epps, and a fight ensued during which Epps was wounded on the temple by the brass plate of the soldier’s belt. Dunn was sentenced to two months imprisonment

William DUNN, died 10th March 1837, Private, 70th Regiment. He left a widow Ann Dunn. Born in Swindon, Wiltshire

William James DUNN, the son of Corporal Robert Dunn, Royal Artillery, aged 2 months 21 days, buried 7th July 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Eliza Jane DUNNE, baptised 9th February 1867, the daughter of John and Ellen Dunne, QuarterMaster Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Ellen DUNNE, the wife of Lieutenant and Adjutant Dunne, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, buried 10th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Eliza DUNNING, the daughter of Sergeant James Dunning, 44th Regiment, aged two years one month, buried 8th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary DUNNING, the daughter of Sergeant Dunning, 44th Regiment, aged 12 days, buried 20th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James DUNNINGS, the son of Sergeant Dunnings, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged one year ten months, buried 8th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edward William DURNFORD, died 16th July 1856, aged 33 years. Born 19th June 1823. Only son and heir of Frances Catherine and Lieutenant Anthony William Durnford, Royal Engineers

Francis Elizabeth Maria DURNFORD, born 5th January 1857, the daughter of Frances Catherine and Lieutenant Anthony William Durnford, Royal Engineers

Captain A. DURNFORD, Royal Engineers, Born in Valletta, 24th May 1867, a daughter

Captain DURNFORD, Royal Engineers, his wife gave birth to a daughter 11th August 1869

Edward William Anthony Charles DURNFORD, the son of Lieutenant A. Durnford, Royal Engineers, buried 17th July 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare C.F.

Ethel Mary Victoria DURNFORD, baptised 29th May 1867, the daughter of Arthur George and Victoria Harriet Louisa Durnford, Captain, Royal Engineers

James DUROSE, 21+, widower, of Bromshall, the son of John and Hannah Durose, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, 10th Brigade, married 13th September 1873, to Louisa HAMMOND, minor, with her parents consent, the daughter of Louisa and Emmanuel Hammond, Corporal, Royal Artillery

John William DUSTAN, born December 1873, the son of John and Mary Ann Elizabeth Dustan, Staff Surgeon

Andrew DU VERNET, Captain, Royal Staff Corps, married 15th May 1816, to Martha Maria Ignacia VAN KEMPEN

Joseph Hamilton DWYER, Surgeon, 14th Regiment, died 10th July 1857, two days before the P.&.O. steamer Colombo arrived at Malta from Southampton. He was on his way to join the 14th Regiment. He had a brother in the regiment, Brevet Major John Dwyer

Edward DYER, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 29 years, buried 2nd November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Henry Kinsdale DYER, aged 21 years, bachelor, born in Inniskillen, Ireland, Colour Sergeant, 100th Regiment, the son of Henry and Anna Dyer, married 26th April 1865 to, Annie REDDING, aged 18 years, spinster, born in London, the daughter of Charles and Annie Redding

Richard William Nish DYER, the son of Private James Dyer, 76th Regiment, aged six months, buried 10th July 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas DYER, 21+, bachelor, born in Chard, Somerset,Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of Thomas Dyer, married 5th March 1863 to, Mary GERRY, aged 18 years, spinster, born in Ashwater, Devon, the daughter of John Gerry

Tom M.G. DYER, baptised 26th August 1865, the son of Thomas and Mary Dyer, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Alfred DYKE, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Shropshire Regiment, the son of Edmund Dyke, married 15th January 1889 to Annie EVANS, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of David Evans

James DYKE, aged 30 years, Private, 70th Regiment, buried 18th November 1837

William DYKES, Essex Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 8th August 1892

Thomas DYNON, Captain, 16th Lancers, died 31st March 1874, aged 50 years. Served with the 16th Lancers during the campaign in Afghanistan under Lord Keane including the siege and capture of Ghunzee (medal), also at the battle of Maharajpore on 9th December 1843 (bronze star) also in the Sutlej campaign in 1846 including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal and Sobraon (medal and clasps)

George EADES, aged 26 years, bachelor, Pay-Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery, the son of George Eades, married 9th January 1900 to, Clara Elizabeth SALISBURY, aged 26 years, spinster, from 2 Bridleys Place, Cheltenham, the daughter of Henry Salisbury

Grace Elizabeth Julia EADES, born 14th November 1900, the daughter of Clara Elizabeth and Sergeant George Eades, Royal Garrison Artillery

James EARL, Sergeant, 69th Regiment, married 25th February 1850, to Elizabeth TAYLOR, of Lancashire A.M. EARLE, Brevet Major, 57th Regiment, awarded the Insignia of the 5th Class of the Imperial Order of the Legion of Honour by the French for distinguished service during the Crimean War

George EARLLEM, aged 31 years, Sergeant, 95th Regiment, buried 9th June 1824

J. EASOM, Drum-Major, 64th Regiment, died 12th March 1868

Charles EAST, born 1st April 1857, the son of Susannah and Henry East, Private, 28th Regiment

Robert EASTON, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 9th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Alexander EATON, aged 23 years, bachelor, of Queen’s County, Ireland, the son of Alexander and Emma Eaton, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 18th Regiment, married 5th October 1874, to Eliza GOORLEY, minor, with her parents consent, born Gibraltar, the daughter of Thomas and Anna Goorley

David EASTON, Private, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, aged 22 years 10 months, buried 12th July 1892

Henry EASTWOOD, the son of Private A. Eastwood, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 18 days, buried 21st August 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Benjamin EBBORT, Private, 47th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 6th June 1839, of being drunk and asleep at his post whilst on sentry duty, sentenced to Transportation for Life

Richard ECCLES, Private, 34th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 24th August 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Ellen EDEN, aged 33 years, the wife of Francis Eden, Hospital Sergeant, 19th Regiment, buried 20th November 1841

John EDDLESTON, Private, 76th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 25th December 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Anne EDGINGTON, aged 20 months, the daughter of Joseph Edgington, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 15th August 1846

Eliza EDGINGTON, the daughter of Joseph Edgington, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 9 years, buried 22nd September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Margaret EDGINGTON, the daughter of Joseph Edgington, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 14 years, buried 27th September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary Ann EDGINGTON, the daughter of Joseph Edgington, Gunner and Driver, Royal artillery, aged one year three months, buried 22nd September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Catherine Elizabeth EDRIDGE, baptised 14th April 1860, the daughter of William Baldock and Adelaide Edridge, Purveyor's Clerk to H.M. Forces

Samuel William EDMUNDS, aged 32 years, bachelor, C.S.M., Royal Artillery, the son of Samuel Edmunds, married 4th July 1897, to Emily Leah CLEMENT, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of George Edwards Clement deceased

Joseph EDSLEY, aged 5 months, the son of Joseph Edsley, 95th Regiment, buried 29th July 1841

John EDWARD, aged 29 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 11th December 1837

Clement Martin EDWARDS, Lieut-Colonel, aged 36 years, 1st Ceylon Regiment, died 17th March 1816, at Valletta. His monument in Upper Barraca Gardens, was erected under the supervision of Sir George Whitmore. R.E.

Isabella Mary EDWARDS, born 2nd September 1865, the daughter of Elizabeth Laura and Benjamin Edwards, Hospital Sergeant, 100th Regiment

James EDWARDS, Private, 5th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held in August 1836 of mutinous conduct, sentenced to 14 years Transportation

James EDWARDS, Sergeant, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 26 years, buried 12th September 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

James EDWARDS, 21+, bachelor, of Buckinghamshire, the son of Henry and Catherine Edwards, Corporal, 28th Regiment, married 4th September 1875, to Sarah Ann ASKEW, 21+, widow, from Lancashire, the daughter of Samuel and Rebecca HUNT

John EDWARDS, No.554, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery was found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 21st December 1861, of firing shots at Captain and Adjutant Edward Keate, also Royal Artillery. He was sentenced to death by firing squad

Reverend John Scandrett EDWARDS served at Barracca Garrison Church as Chaplain to the Forces. Died 17th August 1892, aged 40 years. Left a widow Esther

Maria Elizabeth EDWARDS, baptised 6th December 1863, the daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth Laura Edwards, Hospital Sergeant, 100th Regiment

Lieut-Colonel Peter EDWARDS, Military Secretary to Sir Patrick Stuart 1846

William Barrington EDWARDS, aged 33 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of John Edwards, married 7th February 1885, to Fanny SANCHEZ, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Antonio Sanchez

Bernard EGAN, aged 24 years, Private, 1178, C Company, Black Watch, died 15th July 1887

John EGAN, Armourer Sergeant, Rifle Brigade, married 7th January 1829, to Mary Ann LYNCH

James Frederick EGGLETON, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of John Eggleton deceased, married 31st January 1894, to Peagriff Susan HOWE, aged 29 years, spinster, of East Barsham, Norfolk, the daughter of James Howe deceased

Charles EHRMAN, 21+, bachelor, born in Crailsheim, Wurtemberg, Germany, Bandmaster, 23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers Regiment, the son of William and Catherine Maria Ehrman, married 8th April 1863 to, Mary Anne KAHLE, 21+, widow, born in St.George’s, London, the daughter of Mark PEMBER

James ELCOCK, Private, 77th Regiment, buried 8th August 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare C.F.

Katherine ELDER, baptised 10th September 1809, the daughter of Eliza and Robert Elder, Captain, 31st Regiment

Harry ELDRED, Colour Sergeant, Royal West Kent Regiment, died in Station Hospital, Valletta, July 1904. He left a wife and four children

Lily Jane ELLARD, baptised 2nd July 1864, the daughter of Simon and Edith Ellard, Sergeant Major, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Mary Ellen ELLARD, baptised 19th May 1861, the daughter of Simon and Edith Ellard, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Esther ELLARY, born in Calcutta, the only daughter of QMS Ellary, 59th Regiment, married 26th April 1838, to John MAIR, Surgeon, 59th Regiment

Thomas Robert ELLERAY, aged 24 years, bachelor, Corporal, Border Regiment, the son of Barr John Elleray, married 22nd June 1899 to, Mary Mansour BARAKET, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Mansour Baraket

Lieut-General ELLICE, Commanding the Garrison of Malta, November 1850

Joseph ELLIDGE, 21+, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 57th Regiment, born Manchester,  the son of Joseph and Sophia Ellidge, married 29th January 1856, to Sarah FLETCHER, 21+, the widow of Corporal Fletcher, 49th Regiment, born Winchester, daughter of Thomas and Sarah CURSLEY

Catherine ELLINGFORD, baptised 2nd November 1806, the daughter of Ellen and Leonard Ellingford, 44th Regiment

Seth ELLINGSWORTH, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 2nd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James ELLIOTT, 21+, bachelor, born in Salisbury, England, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment, the son of William and Mary Elliott, married 25th October 1870 to, Elizabeth THOMAS, 21+, widow, born in Kent, the daughter of Thomas and Mercy TOLHURST

William ELLIOTT, Private, 10th Regiment, married 17th October 1820, to Sarah BELHAM, resident of Malta

W. ELLIOTT, Private, 64th Regiment, died 25th November 1871, aged 42 years 7 months. Born 28th April 1829

Anthony ELLIS, Colour-Sergeant, 7th Regiment, then in Ionian Islands, was transfered in April 1826 to the 95th Regiment with the rank of Sergeant Major

Catherine Mary ELLIS, baptised 24th November 1866, the daughter of George and Mary Ann Ellis, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Elizabeth ELLIS, aged 14 months, the daughter of A. Ellis, Sergeant Major, 95th Regiment, buried 4th July 1828

John ELLIS, 21+, bachelor, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, born Wakefield, Yorkshire, the son of Benjamin and Mary Ellis, married 22nd May 1865, to Caterina PERRY, 21+, widow, born Zante, the daughter of Giovanni and Eliza

Robert ELLIS, aged 20 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 15th May 1824

William Charles ELLIS, baptised 17th February 1866, the son of John and Catherine Ellis, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

William ELLIS, aged 23 months, the son of Sergeant George Ellis, 80th Regiment, buried 7th August 1824

Arthur Leonard ELLISON, born 14th July 1899, the son of William Richard and Maud Agnes Lucy Ellison, 2 Strada Nuova, Sliema, Sergeant-Major, Royal Artillery

Elizabeth Hannah ELLISON, the daughter of Isaac Ellison, Private, 9th Regiment, aged one year, buried 22nd July 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Aileen Melita ELMHIRST, born 8th May 1875, the daughter of Frances Dorothea and Major-General Charles Elmhirst

George ELRINGTON, died 22nd May 1865, aged 85 years. Lieut-Colonel, 5th Veterans Battalion. Was kept in detention in France by Napoleon but after 9 years escaped and made his way to England, where he was appointed to 39th Regiment, in which he served throughout the Peninsular War. His coffin was carried to the grave by the 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment. He had lived in Zurrieq for 27 years

William Henry ELSTON, born 9th July 1893, the son of William and Elizabeth Elston, Colour Sergeant, East Surrey Regiment

John ELSWORTH, 21+, bachelor, of Bishop Wilton, the son of Thomas and Ann Elsworth, Gunner, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 15th April 1871, to Sophia Harriett GRANT, 21+, spinster, of Bath, the daughter of Samuel and Mary Grant

Gunner H. EMBREY, Royal Artillery, died 18th July 1896

Thomas EMERY, aged 31 years, Private, 47th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 24th July 1837

Harry David EMMERSON, born 6th August 1864, the son of Robert and Marcella Emmerson, nee HAWKE, Staff-Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Anthony EMMETT, Lieut-Colonel, Commanding Royal Engineer, 1851. Died Brighton 27th March 1872

Richard EMMETT, aged 26 years, bachelor, Bandsman, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, born Salford, Lancashire, the son of James and Mary Emmett, married 22nd May 1865, to Maria Anna BRIFFA, aged 19 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Giuseppe and Evangelica Briffa

Lieutenant C.A. EMPSON, Royal Artillery, his wife gave birth to a daughter 30th June 1870 at Fort St.Angelo

Born in St. Julians on 2nd December 1871, a daughter to the wife of Lieutenant EMPSON, Royal Artillery

James ENENSON, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 25 years 10 months, buried 24th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James ENGLAND, baptised 2nd June 1866, the son of James and Henrietta England, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 60th Regiment

James ENGLAND, baptised 2nd June 1866, the son of James and Henrietta England, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 60th Regiment

Poole Vallancey ENGLAND, Captain, Royal Artillery. Born North America, 13th  January 1788. Served in Malta 1824 to 1826

Isabella ENGLISH, died 4th August 1870, the daughter of Colour-Sergeant E. English

Jane ENRICHT, the wife of Patrick Enricht, Private, 85th Regiment, King’s Light Infantry, died 13th December 1828, aged 38 years. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

Albert Dallas ENRIQUEZ, Lieut-Colonel, ex Royal Malta Artillery, promoted Brigadier-General in command of about 12,000 troops in India, October 1899

G.O. ENRIQUEZ, Captain, Royal Malta Artillery, serving in October 1899, and brother of Brigadier-General A.D.Enriquez.

William Thomas ENTECOTT, aged 22 years, bachelor, born in Deptford, Kent, Sapper, Royal Engineers, the son of Thomas and Margaret Entecott, married 6th September 1862 to, Carmina FORACI, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Msida, Malta, the daughter of Antonio and Vincenza Foraci

James ERROLL, buried 25th November 1870, aged 34 years, Gunner, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery

William ERSKIN, Corporal, 21st Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 7th July 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

George ESH, baptised 28th November 1863, the son of Joseph and Elizabeth Esh, Private, 25th Regiment

Bernard Ernest Frank ETHERIDGE, born 27th November 1888, the son of John and Jane Etheridge, Battery Sergeant

Benjamin EVANS, aged 27 years, bachelor, Private, Welch Regiment, the son of Thomas Evans, married 7th December 1891, to Paola PSAILA, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Andrew Psaila deceased

Charles EVANS, aged 39 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 13th October 1829

Charles EVANS, aged 8 months, the son of Sergeant W. Evans, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 22nd December 1829

Charles Tasker EVANS, 21+, bachelor, born in Upton, Pembrokeshire, Ensign, 10th Regiment, the son of Catherine Margaretta and William Paynter Evans, married 26th April 1870 to, Mary PAYNTER, spinster, minor, born in Dublin, the daughter of Joshua and Marianne Paynter

Edward EVANS, aged 27 years, Corporal, 39th Regiment, married 16th November 1807, to Elizabeth MALPASS, aged 21 years, spinster

Evan EVANS, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 11th June 1859 to, Elizabeth Maria Harvey CAMPBELL

Francis Edward David EVANS, Welsh Regiment, aged 7 months, buried 22nd October 1892

Francis EVANS, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Shropshire Regiment, the son of George Evans, married 19th September 1888 to, Alice HEFFERNAN, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of John Heffernan

Francis Henry EVANS, baptised 7th July 1860, the son of Usher Williamson and Caroline Fanny Evans, Surgeon, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Henry EVANS, aged 23 years, Private, 88th Regiment, buried 16th September 1841

Henry EVANS, aged 29 years, bachelor, of Yatton, Somerset, the son of John and Elizabeth Evans, Private, 1st Battalion, 13th Regiment, married 9th June 1873, to Giovanna FORMOSA, minor, with her parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of George and Mary Formosa

James EVANS, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 39th Regiment, married 17th May 1810, to Fanny SCRIVEN, aged 23 years, spinster

John EVANS, aged 23 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 24th August 1824

John EVANS, Colour Sergeant, Royal Artillery, aged 36 years, buried 22nd October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

L.C. EVANS, Lance-Corporal, 4th Regiment, died 21st October 1868

Louisa EVANS, aged 10 months, the daughter of Joseph Evans, 95th Regiment, buried 25th July 1828

Robert EVANS, aged 13 months, the son of Sergeant W. Evans, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 30th April 1827

Thomas EVANS, the son of the late Sergeant Evans, Royal Artillery, aged 13 months, buried 20th December 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charles EVERITT, 21+, bachelor, born in Gloucester, Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of Robert Everitt, married 6th August 1864 to, Sarah BEANEY, aged 17 years, spinster, born in Margate, Kent, the daughter of Edwin Beaney

Charles Edwin EVERITT, baptised 6th August 1864, the son of Charles and Sarah Everett, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Charles Henry EVITTS, aged 25 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery, the son of William Evitts, married 19th October 1900 to, Rosalie WATTS, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of George Watts

Jeremiah Henry EWER, baptised 17th May 1863, the son of Henry and Jane Ewer, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Ann EWINGTON, baptised 6th August 1809, the daughter of Elizabeth and William Ewington, Private, 44th Regiment

John EYERS, Private, 1st Royals, aged 20 years, buried 12th September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Thomas EYRE, Ensign, 5th Regiment, married 4th August 1835, to Agnes Charlotte PENNINGTON, of Kendal. Her father was Paymaster Pennington, also of the 5th Regiment. ( Note on same day her sister married)

William Armit EYRE, Captain, Paymaster, 47th Regiment, Court Martialed 23rd July 1853, for embezzling and misapplying public funds. Found Guilty, he was sentenced to be cashiered and Transportation for seven years. On the day of his arrival in Australia he committed suicide, by cutting his throat

Major Philip EYTON, Border Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 4th March 1889, aged 42 years

Back row standing

Major R Harrison R.E.  Miss Harness,  Colonel J. F. M. Browne R.E.  Mrs J. F. M. Browne,  Captain Fowke R.E.

Front row seated

Miss Beatrice Truelock,   Colonel Harness C.B. R.E.    Miss Truelock

 

Henry FAGG, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 22 years, buried 22nd February 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

William FAINTLOUGH, aged 30 years, bachelor, of St.Peter, Drogheda, Ireland, Captain, Sicilian Regiment, married 16th February 1813, to Charlotte D’HEILLEMAN, aged 17 years, spinster, of Celle, Hanover, the daughter of the late Charles Count D’Heilleman, Lieut-Colonel Hompesch’s Hussars, with consent of her mother Charlotte D’Heillemans, of Luxembourg, Austrian Netherlands, now resident in Malta

Robert FAIRFOOT, aged 10 days, the son of Robert Fairfoot, Quarter Master, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 14th July 1826

William FAIRTLOUGH, Lieutenant, 27th Regiment, wounded Assistant Surgeon R.J. Grantham, also 27th Regiment, in a duel but who later died May 1805

Ann FALCONER, aged 14 days, the daughter of Private Alexander Falconer, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 4th December 1843

Anne FALCONER, aged 22 months, the daughter of Alexander Falconer, Private, 42nd Highlanders, buried 22nd June 1843

Richard FALCONER, Private, 79th Regiment, aged 16 years, buried 5th August 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas FALCONER, born 3rd December 1844, the son of Alexander and Agnes Falconer, nee KIRKALDY, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment

Thomas FALCONER, the son of Private Falconer, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Regiment, aged 2 years 11 months, buried 14th March 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Elizabeth Stewart FALLANCE, aged 62 years, the wife of Alexander Fallance, 27th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 9th July 1837

Philip Athey FALLEN, Lieutenant, Royal Corsican Rangers, married 13th November 1815, to Anne BOOTH

John C. FALLON, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, drowned whilst yachting off Valletta, 18th June 1893

Matthew FALLON, No.6469, Sapper, 10th Company Royal Engineers, born in Dublin 1842, and joined the R.E. in Dublin in 1860. Married Mary Ann PATTERSON, on 1st June 1865, at St.Publius Church, Floriana. Ceremony performed by Reverend Joannes Vidal, and witnessed by Georg Gambin and Michael Zahra

Matthew Bartholomew FALLON, born 24th December 1865, the son of Matthew and Mary Ann FALLON, baptised in St.Publius Church, Floriana. Left Malta with his parents when his father was posted to Gibraltar in 1867

William Henry FAN, the son of Henry Fan, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 1 year 7 months, buried 30th June 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mildmay Edward FANE, baptised 31st January 1864, the son of Francis and Augusta Fane, Lieut-Colonel, commanding 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Arthur Onslow FARMER, born 14th August 1865, the son of Geraldine and Captain Reginald Onslow Farmer, Royal Artillery

William Lancelot FARMER, born 12th June 1863, the son of Geraldine and Captain Farmer, Royal Artillery

Alexander FARQUHARSON, aged 27 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, died from cholera, buried 17th June 1837

Lilian Maude FARQUHARSON, born 19th March 1883 the daughter of Laura and Reverend Arthur Theodore Farquharson, Chaplain to the Forces

Henry FARR, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 31 years, buried 8th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Adelaide Geraldine FARRELL, born 13th October 1830, the daughter of Mary and John Sidney Farrell, Royal Artillery

Anne Catherine FARRELL, born Portsmouth, 23rd July 1826, the daughter of Mary and John Sidney Farrell, Royal Artillery

Geraldine Mary FARRELL, born 10th November 1865, the daughter of Henry Chamberlayne and Sophia Margaret Watson Farrell, nee WEBB, Captain, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Henry Chamberlayne FARRELL, born 9th December 1836, the son of Mary and John Sidney Farrell, Royal Artillery

Isabella FARRELL, died Sunday 10th August 1828, aged 6 months, the daughter of John Sidney Farrell, Royal Artillery

John FARRELL, 3rd Regiment, died 21st March 1854. Some officers and men of the garrison were playing cricket on Abercrombie's Bastion, when the ball was hit over the bastion into the sea. He stripped off and entered the sea to retrieve the ball but due to a heavy swell and slippery rocks he was unable to return to the land, and drowned

John Sidney FARRELL, Royal Artillery officer. Born London, 21st March 1800. Acted as Judge Advocate at Malta 1833 – 1838. As Quartermaster April 1831 to April 1838. Served in Malta from 18th May 1828 to 27th April 1838. Married 7th September 1824 in Worcester to Mary Baynton. Retired on full pay being unfit for service, 28th April 1844

Mary Jane FARRELL, born at Portsmouth, 22nd July 1825, the daughter of Mary and John Sidney Farrell, Royal Artillery

Sidney FARRELL, born 25th March 1829, the son of Mary and John Sidney Farrell, Royal Artillery

William FARRELL, Sapper, Royal Engineers, married 5th July 1860 to, Anne HALLETT

Reverend A.E. FARRUGIA-BUGEJA, Roman Catholic Chaplain to the Forces, November 1896

Edward Dalton FAWKES, aged 28 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, the son of George Philip Fawkes, married 24th September 1892 to Maud Mary Melita COLLINS, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Collins

Harriet Constance FAWKES, born 17th March 1875, the daughter of Constance Charlotte and Captain Francis Fawkes, 71st Highlanders

Margaret Ayscough FAWKES, born 29th July 1876, the daughter of Constance Charlotte and Captain Francis Fawkes, 71st Highlanders

Henry FAYERS, baptised 13th January 1866, the son of George and Margaret Fayers, Private, 29th Regiment

Louisa FAYERS, aged 2 years, the daughter of Samuel Fayers, 59th Regiment, buried 24th December 1838

Henry FEA, 21+, bachelor, of Innishenn, Ireland, the son of Lawrence and Elizabeth Fea, Corporal, 87th Regiment, married 23rd December 1871, to Emma COOMBER, minor, with her parents consent, from Maidstone, Kent, thd daughter of Samuel and Sarah Coomber

James FEAGAN, Lance Corporal, 44th Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 16th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Francis David FEARN, baptised 23rd November 1862, the son of George and Mary Fearn, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Godfrey Francis FEATHERSTONE, baptised 12th April 1862, the son of Edward and Selina Featherstone, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Henry Edward FEATHERSTONE, baptised 20th May 1860, the son of Edward and Selina Featherstone, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Charles FELLOWS, aged 29 years, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 16th March 1843

William FELLOWS, aged 41 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 20th December 1824

F. FENERAN, 95th Regiment, a child born 18th March 1829

John Augustus FENERAN, aged 16 months, the son of Francis Feneran, Quartermaster, 95th Regiment, buried 11th July 1829

Margaret FENN, aged 33 years, the wife of M. Fenn, Armourer Sergeant, 80th Regiment, buried 14th February 1827

George FENNELL, Sergeant, 49th Regiment, buried 4th August 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

George FENNELL, born 2nd September 1860, the son of George and Christina Fennell, nee FORSYTH, 9th Battery, 6 Brigade, Royal Artillery

George Richard FENNINGS, aged 40 years, widower, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, married 12th September 1896, to Elizabeth WRIGHT, aged 42 years, widow

Andrew Richard FENTON, baptised 8th September 1866, the son of Benjamin and Mary Ann Fenton, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Benjamin FENTON, baptised 7th June 1865, the son of Benjamin and Mary Ann Fenton, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

George FENTON, Private, Suffok Regiment, died 9th November 1898. Five men of this regiment were in a boat off Sliema Fort when it capsized. Private Fenton drowned, but the other four were saved

Alexander FERGUSON, aged 27 years 8 months, Sapper, Royal Engineers, accidentally drowned working in Grand Harbour 14th September 1869. Had been in the army almost nine years, and just over three years in Malta

Ella FERGUSON, baptised 27th September 1865, the daughter of William and Frederica Mary Ferguson, Assistant Surgeon, Royal Engineers

Ella FERGUSON, died in Floriana on Christmas Eve, 24th December 1866, aged 1 year 7 months, the infant daughter of Assistant Surgeon Ferguson, Royal Engineers

Henry FERGUSON, baptised 2nd November 1866, the son of William and Mary Frederica Ferguson, Assistant Surgeon, Royal Engineers

William FERGUSON, aged 21 years, Private, 42nd Highlanders, buried 24th February 1843

Edith Blanche FERRELL, born 2nd January 1900, the daughter of Sergeant Frederick John and Sophia Bertha Ferrell, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

William FERRILL, Corporal, 47th Regiment, married 20th January 1840, to Anne JONES

Reverend F. FERRIS, Roman Catholic Chaplain to the Forces, November 1896

Augustus Halifax FERRYMAN, Lieut-Colonel, 69th Regiment, married 20th September 1849, to Jane A. Wilhelmina Johanna SINCLAIR, the youngest daughter of the late William Sinclair of Freswick, Caithnesshire

David FETTIS, 71st Highlanders, died 26th March 1857, aged 23 years. Died suddenly whilst undergoing a sentence of imprisonment at Fort St.Elmo

Francis FEWERAN, Quartermaster, 95th Regiment, married 30th January 1826, to Ann Emilia DOWDALL

James (or Thomas) FIDDES, Surgeon, 85th Regiment, married 27th January 1827, to Ann GALLAND, daughter of James Galland, Lieutenant, Royal Malta Fencibles

Caroline FIELD, aged 3 months, the daughter of Joseph Field, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 1st July 1829

Private FIELDHOUSE, found Guilty of habitual drunkeness at his Court Martial in September 1849, sentenced to four months imprisonment and stoppage of 1d per day for twelve months

George A. FIELDING, Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, died 7th August 1862, aged 25 years, from typhoid fever at St.Lucan’s Tower

Henry FIELDING, aged 6 years, the son of Jonathan Fielding, Royal Artillery, buried 16th February 1837

John FIELDING, aged 10 months, the son of Jonathan Fielding, Royal Artillery, buried 4th March 1837

Sarah FIELDING, aged 11 months, the daughter of Jonathan Fielding, Royal Artillery, buried 2nd January 1841

Montague FIELDING BROWNE, aged 8 years, the son of Colonel Fielding Browne, buried 13th December 1841

Jeremiah FIELDS, died 25th March 1861, aged 30 years, 22nd Regiment

Robert Ignatius FILKIN, aged 32 years, bachelor, of Preston, Lancashire, the son of William and Jane Filkin, Corporal, Royal Engineers, married 11th October 1876, to Elizabeth WATKINS, aged 25 years, spinster, from Southampton, the daughter of Joseph and Dacus Watkins

James FINCH, Private, 76th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 1st November 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Richard FINCH, aged 21 years, bachelor, Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers, the son of Heneage Finch, married 27th January 1884, to Anna Maria CALLEJA, aged 16 years, spinster, the daughter Paul Calleja

James Arbuckle FINDLAY, born 27th October 1853, the son of James and Emily Findlay, nee LAWSON, Corporal, 4th Battery, Royal Artillery

John FINDLAY, died 4th September 1833, aged 33 years, Colour-Sergeant, Royal Fusiliers

John FINDLEY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 37 years, buried 16th September 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Henry FINN, aged 37 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, died from cholera, buried 22nd June 1837

Lans FINN, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 19 years, buried 13th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Cornelius FINNCANE, aged 29 years, widower, born in Cork, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of John and Elizabeth Finncane, married 13th January 1866 to, Fanny WILLS, aged 20 years, spinster, born in Southampton, the daughter of Charles and Anne Maria Wills

Charles FINNERTY, Sergeant, 47th Regiment, married 6th July 1839, to Elizabeth MATTHEWS

Major FISHER, the Barrack Master, a son was born 7th August 1866 in Gibraltar

Amy A’Court FISHER, born 25th July 1875, the daughter of Caroline and Arthur A‘Court Fisher, Colonel, Royal Engineers

Herbert FISHER, born 19th June 1867, the son of Frederick and Eliza Fisher, Colour Sergeant, 31st Regiment

Samuel FISHER, aged 2 weeks, the son of Armourer Sergeant Thomas Fisher, 18th Regiment, buried 18th April 1824

William FISHER, 21+, bachelor, born in Walmer, Kent, Barrack Master, the son of Peter and Mary Anne Fisher, married 9th December 1862 to, Ellen HEARN, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Hearn

William FISHWICK, Private, 31st Regiment, on 18th February 1857, he was fined 5 shillings for having acted in an improper and obscene manner towards three honest women in two drinking shops in St.Julians

William Henry FITYER, baptised 9th March 1861, the son of Peter and Margaret Fityer, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

James FITZGERALD, the son of Private James Fitzgerald, 68th Regiment, aged 8 days, buried 16th August 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

John FITZGERALD, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in Dublin, Corporal, 48th Regiment, the son of James and Isabella Fitzgerald, married 6th September 1869 to, Harriet AYLES, aged 18 years, spinster, born in Weymouth, the daughter of William and Susan Ayles

Michael FITZGERALD, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in Mullingar, Ireland, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of John and Margaret Fitzgerald, married 22nd January 1866 to, Eliza RESTALL, aged 21 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Henry and Rhoda Restall

William FITZGERALD, 21+, bachelor, born in Limerick, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, the son of Thomas and Eliza Fitzgerald, married 14th October 1868 to, Sarah THACKERY, aged 18 years, spinster, born in Perth, Western Australia, the daughter of Mary Anne and Henry Thackery, Barrack Sergeant

Surgeon Major FITZGERALD, at Fort Chambray Hospital, August 1882

Walter Hepburn Melitas FITZHERBERT, born 18th November 1842, the son of Ellen Margaret and Captain Richard Henry Fitzherbert, 1st Battalion, The Rifle Brigade

W.E. FITZTHOMAS, Lieutenant of 30th Regiment, joined the Maltese Battalion in 1800

Thomas FLANAGAN, Private, 88th Regiment, at his Court Martial held on 7th May 1844, he was found Guilty of striking a Sergeant, and sentenced 14 years Transportation

Private James FLANIGAN, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died of cholera 14th September 1867, aged 26 years

Jeremiah FLANNERY, died 28th June 1867. The son of a soldier in 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, whilst picking flowers on Capuchin Bastion, he fell into the Marsa Road, and was seriously injured. Died later in the Central Hospital

Margaret FLEMING, aged 4 years, the daughter of Thomas Fleming, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 4th June 1828

Mungo FLEMING, aged 32 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 7th July 1827

Samuel FLEMING, aged 30 years, bachelor, born East Indies, the son of Samuel and Catherine Fleming, Private, 1st Battalion, 18th Regiment, married 6th August 1874, to Emma Jane PRICE, aged 30 years, spinster, born Gibraltar, the daughter of John and Mary Ann Price

Charles FLETCHER, died 24th May 1896, aged 23 years, Private, H Company, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment

James FLETCHER, born in Malta about 1823. A serving Soldier stationed in Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

James FLETCHER, died 11th March 1857, 47th Regiment, groom to Major Lowry, of same Regiment, died suddenly in bed at Auberge de Castille

Robert FLETCHER, Private, 53rd Regiment, married 18th December 1834, to Jane BLADEN, of Liverpool

Thomas FLETCHER, aged 59 years, late Lieut-Colonel, Ceylon Rifle Brigade, died 8th March 1846

J. FLORAHA, 24th Regiment, was sentenced to two years imprisonment and was held at the Guard Room at Fort Ricasoli. Giving a reason to go outside, he then committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor, on 26th October 1869

David FLORY, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 34 years, buried 12th October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William FLOWER, 21+, bachelor, of Western Somerset, the son of John and Anne Flower, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 9th November 1872, to Elizabeth LAUGHREY, minor, with her parents consent, born Barbados, the daughter of Samuel and Jessie Laughrey

Thomas FLOYD, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 25 years, buried 11th August 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Mary FLYNN, aged 1 year, the daughter of Sergeant P. Flynn, 92nd Highlanders, buried 25th December 1837

Surgeon Major FOAKER, born 2nd December 1859 in Valletta a daughter to the wife of Surgeon Major Foaker

Cornelius FOGARTY, Private, 21st Regiment, found Guilty of attempting to murder Sergeant John Russell, 3rd September 1856, and sentenced to Transportation for Life

Emma Jane FOGARTY, baptised 1st February 1863, the daughter of Denis and Elizabeth Ann Fogarty, Private, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

William FOGG, aged 28 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 98th Regiment, the son of John Fogg, married 8th January 1880, to Louisa Catherine PRIANTE, spinster, the daughter of Edward Priante

John FOLLENS, Band Master, 73rd Regiment, of Worcester, married 3rd February 1831, to Jessie RIDDLE, of Kent

Andrew FORBES, aged 2 weeks, the son of Sergeant Alexander Forbes, 85th Regiment, buried 22nd February 1823

Andrew FORBES, aged 11 months, the son of Sergeant Alexander Forbes, 85th Regiment, buried 23rd December 1824

James FORBES, aged 32 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 8th January 1823

John FORBES, aged 24 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 19th April 1814, to Mary MONROE, aged 18 years, spinster, orphan, the daughter of the late George Monroe, Royal Artillery

John FORBES, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 4th January 1821, to Margaret CLITHEROE

Lieutenant John George FORBES, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, serving in Malta on his birthday, 2nd February 1889, aged 24 years

William FORBES, aged 24 years, Captain, unattached, buried 24th September 1826

Alexander FORD, died 13th August 1835, Gunner, Royal Artillery, 5th Batt, Captain I. Griew Company

Sir Francis FORD, Baronet, died Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock 26th November 1850, 20th Bombay Native Infantry, in the Lazzaretto. He had only arrived in Malta by HM.Steamer Merlin in the afternoon, and was due to take leave on the Pottinger to England, when death occured. He left a widow, and two children

Matilda Jane FORD, baptised 6th July 1861, the daughter of Frederick John and Matilda Jane Ford, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Pat FORD, Private, 88th Regiment, Court Martialed 9th July 1846, found Guilty of theft and striking a Corporal, sentenced 14 years Transportation

Robert FORD, aged 27 years, bachelor, 2nd Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of Richard Ford, married 18th February 1888 to, Annie DALTON, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Edward Dalton

William FORD, 21+, bachelor, born in Westminster, London, Armourer Sergeant, the son of William and Mary Ford, married 6th November 1865 to, Mary GRAY, 2+, widow, born in Great Marlowe, England, the daughter of Thomas and Ann Eustace Gray

Thomas FORDER, Private, 23rd Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 7th February 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Arthur Richard FOREMAN, aged 25 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, the son of Samuel Foreman, married 28th June 1890 to, Jane SMITH, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of William Smith

G. J. FORSYTH, Captain, 57th Regiment, awarded the Insignia of the 5th Class of the Imperial Order of the Legion of Honour by the French for distinguished service during the Crimean War

John G. FORSYTH, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in Canada, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Robert and Mary Forsyth, married 2nd November 1867 to, Susan McCARTHY, aged 22 years, spinster, born in Ireland, the daughter of Daniel and Susan McCarthy

Thomas FORSYTH, Royal Artillery, married 7th November 1817, to Momina COSTELLO, of Genoa

George FORT, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 23rd October 1856. Committed suicide by drowning himself off Jews Sally Port

John FORTUNE, born 4th August 1857, the son of Andrew and Julia Fortune, nee KEAN, Private, 71st Regiment

Private FORTUNE, Highland Light Infantry, committed suicide by jumping out of a Barrack room window, 24th January 1898. He had recently lost his wife, and left three children. He had served in the Army for 21 years

Alexander FOSTER (? FORSTER), Sergeant, 7th Regiment, married 30th July 1831 to Elizabeth JUDGE

Charles FOSTER, Private, North Staffordshire Regiment, drowned August 1895, near St.Angelo rocks. He was stationed at Fort St.Angelo

George FOSTER, died 20th October 1864, aged 28 years 8 months, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

George FOSTER, aged 29 years, bachelor, Sergeant Instructor of Musketry, the son of Thomas Foster, late Sergeant 75th Regiment, married 10th June 1882, to Alice Sophia BUCKINGHAM, aged 31 years, spinster, the daughter of William James Buckingham

John Marshal FOSTER, baptised 24th June 1865, the son of John and Sarah Jane Foster, Colour Sergeant, Royal Engineers

William Henry FOSTER, Colour-Sergeant, 68th Regiment, from Warwickshire, married 18th April 1854 to, Ann BAXTER, from Cork

William Richard FOSTER, baptised 3rd August 1867, the son of James William and Frances Foster, Private, 1st Battalion, 60th Rifles

Robert FOULKES, Drummer, 7th Regiment, married 29th October 1833, to Margaret DAILY

Reverend T.H. FOULKES, Chaplain to the Forces, January 1897

Ann FOULKS, born in Malta about 1834. In 1851 living with her parents Margaret and Corporal Robert Foulks in Portsmouth

Jane FOULKS, born in Malta about 1837. In 1851 living with her parents Margaret and Corporal Robert Foulks in Portsmouth

William FOUNTAIN, Private, 2nd Battlion, 4th Regiment, died 26th December 1864. Employed as mess waiter in Officers Mess House, Vittoriosa. Found upright against the wall in his room, but dying, having shot himself

Francis FOWKE, Royal Engineers. 2nd Lieutenant 18th June 1842, 1st Lieutenant 1st April 1846, Captain 17th February 1854. He died in South Kensington, London, 4th December 1865

James Merrick FOWLER, died 6th June 1841, Lieutenant and Adjutant, 88th Regiment. Drowned in Grand Harbour

Corporal John FOWLER, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died of cholera 24th September 1867, aged 19 years

William FOWLER, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 21st August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William Henry FOWLER, Sergeant-Major, 1st Battalion, 21st Regiment, married 25th January 1860 to, Emma CLAYTON

Alexander Edward Lane FOX, born 2nd November 1855, the son of the Hon. Alice Margaret and Major Augustus Henry Lane Fox

Anna FOX, aged 31 years, the wife of Dr. Fox, Assistant Surgeon, 47th Regiment, buried 25th July 1838

Corporal B. FOX, aged 33 years 8 months, Royal Artillery, died at Upper St.Elmo on duty, 25th July 1898

Charles FOX, baptised 9th April 1862, Adult, the son of Joseph and Mary Fox, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Ernest Alfred FOX, baptised 13th September 1863, the son of Charles and Maria Fox, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Mary Ann FOX, born 3rd August 1857, the daughter of William Frederick and Mary Ann Fox, nee CAMPBELL, 21st Fusiliers

Matilda FOX, baptised 12th May 1861, the daughter of Charles and Maria Fox, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

St.George William Lane FOX, born 14th September 1856, the son of Alice Margaret and Major Augustus Henry Lane Fox

William Arthur Stephen FOX, born 29th November 1874, the son of Emily and Lieutenant Thomas Charles Armstrong Fox, 49th Regiment

Stephen FOX-STRANGEWAYS, died 4th March 1839, the youngest son of the Reverend Charles Fox-Strangeways

Joseph FRAME, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, married 14th January 1860 to, Mary SUNDERLAND

Mary Anne FRAME, born 17th January 1853, the daughter of James and Jane Frame, nee MARTIN, Lance-Corporal, 76th Regiment

Edmund FRANCIS, died 20th April 1851, Royal Artillery. Stationed at Fort Chambray, Gozo, he went bathing and had a heart attack from which he never recovered. Buried in the burial ground at the Fort by Lieut-Colonel Bayley, due to the absence of a Clergyman

Edward FRANCIS, aged 38 years, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, drowned 20th April 1851 at Gozo, and was interred by Lieut-Colonel Bayley, Commanding at Gozo, on the 21st at Fort Chambray, Gozo

Private John FRANCIS, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died of cholera 7th October 1867, aged 20 years

Gerald Baptist FRANKENBERG, born 20th July 1888 the son of Rudolph and Jane Frankenberg, Company Sergeant Major

Reginald Hastings FRANKENBERG, born 4th May 1890 the son of Rudolph and Jane Frankenberg, Sergeant Major, Royal Engineers

Rudolph FRANKENBERG, aged 30 years, bachelor, C.S.M., the son of Adolphus Frankenberg, Merchant, married 30th June 1887, to Jane PARKER, aged 26 years, widow, the daughter of Luke M’EVOY

Eleanor Colville FRANKLAND, born 16th March 1875, the daughter of Mary and Captain Colville Frankland, 103rd Regiment

Alexander FRASER, died 8th August 1833, Private, Bandsman, 94th Regiment. Born Edinburgh, the brother of Malcolm Fraser, West Church, Edinburgh

Alleck FRASER, died 18th February 1870, Captain, Royal Artillery, at Auberge de Castille

Bernard William FRASER, aged 35 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, the son of Alexander Fraser deceased, married 9th March 1898 to, Jean BANNISTER, aged 33 years, widow, the daughter of Stephen CAIRNS deceased

Duncan FRASER, aged 10 months, the son of Donald Fraser, 92nd Highlanders, buried 25th July 1837

Isabella FRASER, aged 7 months, the daughter of W. Fraser, 59th Regiment, buried 25th January 1838

John FRASER, Schoolmaster, Rifle Brigade, married 16th April 1827, to Sarah GRIFFITT

J. Henry FRASER, Private, 42nd Regiment, married 4th April 1832, to Mary CARROLL

Loughlin FRASER, Private, 47th Regiment, married 12th May 1837, to Catherine FALLON

Loughlin FRASER, aged 26 years, Private, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 11th July 1837

Robert FRAZER, Colour-Sergeant, 57th Regiment, married 21st March 1858 to, Anne CARSON

William Hopkins FREEBURY, Sergeant, 14th Regiment, married 3rd July 1858 to, Mary LISTON, from Ireland

Died on the yacht Gulnare, off Naples, on 8th May 1880, John Abbot Scott FREELAND, Royal Artillery, aged 29 years

Christopher FREEMAN, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in St. Neots, Sergeant, 31st Regiment, the son of James and Susan Freeman, married 12th December 1867 to, Sarah Ann PARKES, aged 17 years, spinster, born in England the daughter of Jonas and Anne Parkes

Charles FREEMAN, Private, 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 6th August 1892

Joseph FREEMAN, 21+, bachelor, of Maniston, Devon, the son of Joseph and Elizabeth Freeman, Private, 24th Regiment, married 29th April 1871, to Eliza HUGHES, 21+, spinster, born Canada, the daughter of Michael and Mary Hughes

Surgeon FREEMAN, at Fort Chambray Hospital, August 1882

William Charles Randolph FREEMAN, ex Transport Palmyra, aged 3 months, buried 7th June 1893

Sir Arthur FREMANTLE, was born 11th November 1835, the eldest son of Agnes Fremantle, nee Lyon the daughter of David Lyon, and Major-General John W. Fremantle of the Coldstream Guards. He joined this regiment in 1853, and was Lieut-Colonel by 1863, when he took special leave to travel to America where he viewed the American Civil War from the Confederate side. He was later to serve in Egypt and the Sudan. He became Governor of Malta in January 1894 and held the position till December 1898. In 1864 he married Mary HALL, the daughter of Richard Hall. She died on 16th August 1898. He died 25th September 1901, aged 65 years, at Cowes, Isle of Wight

Mrs FREMANTLE, the wife of Lieut-Colonel F.R. Fremantle, Coldstream Guards, gave birth to a daughter in April 1870

Captain George Arthur FRENCH, A.S. Corps, Deputy Assistant Adjutant General in 1899

Henry FRENCH, the son of Thomas French, Private, 41st Regiment, aged two years ten months, buried 8th May 1853, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Maria Aradoza FRENCH, died 3rd August 1825, the wife of Captain Acheson French, 80th Regiment

William FRENCH, the son of John French, Private, 41st Regiment, aged 1 year 7 months, buried 1st August 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

William Joseph FRENCH, 21+, bachelor, born in Dublin, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of William and Ellen French, married 8th February 1866 to, Elizabeth BOWLEY, 21+, widow, born in Devon

Joseph Henry Herbert FRIAR, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Stephen William Friar deceased, married 4th September 1897, to Fanny Mary BEVAN, aged 24 years, spinster, from Forest Gate, Essex, the daughter of Thomas Bevan

Henry Thomas FRIAR, born 3rd July 1898 the son of Joseph Henry and Fanny Mary Friar, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

George FROMOW, Sergeant, 7th Regiment, married 5th May 1830 to, Sarah PURDY, from Antrim

William FROST, died 9th December 1833, Private, 73rd Regiment, the son of William Frost

William Joseph FROST, Corporal, Royal Engineers, married 6th March 1860 to, Catherine FOSTER

Daniel FRY, the son of Absalom Fry, Corporal, 3rd Regiment, aged 11 weeks, buried 30th November 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Daniel Sylvester FRY, born 1852/1853, the son of Mary Ann and Absolom Fry, Sergeant, 3rd Regiment

Joseph FRY, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Alfred Fry, married 22nd May 1894, to Louisa PLANT, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of William Plant

Mary Ann FRY, the daughter of William Fry, Private, 62nd Regiment, aged 8 months, buried 21st March 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Hubert FULLALONG, baptised 3rd November 1866, the son of Stephen Radford and Ann Fullalong, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

Eliza FULLER, died 11th January 1839, aged 17 years 8 months, the wife of Captain Fuller, 59th Regiment

Eliza Mary FULLER, baptised 17th August 1867, the daughter of Richard and Maria Fuller, Orderly Room Sergeant, 64th Regiment

William Francis FULLER, aged 30 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of George Fuller, married 26th September 1895, to Rosina Ellen LONG, aged 29 years, spinster, from Gosport, Hampshire, the daughter of Thomas Long

William FULLERTON, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 29th June 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Elvira Mirabita FURSE, died Belize, Honduras, 24th August 1866, the wife of Albert Furse, 2nd West Indian Regiment

Barbara FULTON, baptised 26th February 1843, the daughter of Henry and Barbara Fulton, nee ROBINSON, Private, 42nd Regiment

Barbara FULTON, aged 6 months, the daughter of Private Fulton, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Highlanders, buried 29th August 1843

James FULTON, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 22nd November 1841

Rebecca FULTON, died Monday 4th June 1860, the wife of Lieut-Colonel Fulton, late Bengal Native Infantry

Henry FURNISS, aged 23 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of Peter Furniss, married 5th March 1886 to Concetta CARUANA, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Francesco Caruana

Moses FUTCHER, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Hambleton, the son of Moses and Annie Futcher, Gunner, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 19th June 1876, to Mary Grace LEEMAN, aged 27 years, spinster, of Ashburton, the daughter of William and Mary Leeman

Adelaide Hay FYERS, baptised 14th March 1865, the daughter of Cornelius Beauclerk and Ann Eliza Fyers, Captain, Royal Engineers

Robert Montague FYERS, baptised 21st October 1863, the son of Cornelius Beauclerk and Ann Eliza Fyers, Captain, Royal Engineers

J. FYFE, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, married 7th November 1857 to, Marina SUTER

Charles Willoughby GABB, Captain, 2nd Bombay Cavalry, died near Malta on his passage home to England, 16th March 1875, aged 32 years

Emily GADD, baptised 22nd January 1865, the daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Gadd, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Henry GADD, aged 29 years, bachelor, of Westminster, the son of Thomas Gadd, Corporal, Royal Engineers, married 18th December 1878, to Alice SAWYER, aged 27 years, spinster, of Blackfriars, London, the daughter of Charles Sawyer

Alfred GAINE, aged 33 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Welch Regiment, the son of Herbert Horatio Gaine, married 15th May 1893, to Katie REGAN, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of John Regan

Surgeon GAISFORD, died 26th December 1822, Ordnance Medical Deparment

James John GALBRAITH, born 9th November 1869, the son of James and Ann Galbraith

Galbraith, nee STAINGER, Sergeant, 31st Regiment

Philip James GALBRAITH, aged 24 years, bachelor, Corporal, A.M.S., the son of Thomas Galbraith, married 12th November 1891, to Alice MOBBS, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of William Ward Mobbs

Thomas Stainger GALBRAITH, born 27th October 1867, the son of James Stuberfield and Ann Galbraith, nee STAINGER, Sergeant, 31st Regiment

William Thomas GALBRAITH, born 6th September 1892, the son of Philip James and Alice Maria Galbraith, Corporal, Medical Staff Corps

Benjamin Harry GALE, born, the son of B. Gale and Uealyea Gale, nee BARRETT, Sapper, No.11865, Royal Engineers

Elsie Melita GALE, born 7th June 1893, the daughter of B. Gale and Uealyea Gale, nee BARRETT, Sapper, No.11865, Royal Engineers

George GALLAGHER, aged 2 years, the son of Schoolmaster Sergeant Gallagher, 47th Regiment, buried 9th September 1837

Henry GALLAGHER, born 1838/1839, the son of Mary and Vernon Gallagher, Schoolmaster Sergeant, 47th Regiment

John GALLAGHER, aged 41 years, Sergeant, 47th Regiment, buried 28th October 1840

William Henry GALLAGHER, aged 5 months, the son of Schoolmaster Sergeant Gallagher, 47th Regiment, buried 13th August 1837

Ann GALLAND, the daughter of James Galland, Royal Malta Fencibles, married 27th January 1827, to James (or Thomas) FIDDES, Surgeon, 85th Regiment

A. GALLOWAY, buried 8th October 1869, aged 28 years, Corporal, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery

John Henry Herbert GALLOWAY, died 31st July 1896, aged 5 years, the son of Harry and Marion Galloway, Royal Welch Fusiliers

James GAMBLE, Private, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 33 years, buried 5th July 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charles Edward GAMON, aged 25 years, bachelor, Lance-Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of Frederick Gamon, married 16th November 1892, to Elizabeth Hester STEPTOW, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Jesse Steptow deceased

William GAN, aged 30 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 9th January 1829

Elizabeth GANSON, born 7th September 1857, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Ganson, nee BURN, Piper

Anna Maria Kiton GARDINER, the daughter of Major R. Gardiner, 76th Regiment, aged 14 months, buried 19th June 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Lucy Jane GARDINER, died 11th September 1897, aged 50 years, the wife of Captain F.Gardiner

John GARDINER, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment, married 3rd November 1832, to Phoebe ALLEN

John GARDINER, the son of Phoebe and John Gardiner, Quarter Master Sergeant, buried 5th June 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John GARDINER, died Saturday 13th October 1849, aged 43 years. At his residence Strada Forni, QMS, 42nd Regiment, and QMS Malta, leaving a widow and four young children

John GARDINER, Private, Coldstream Guards, age unknown, buried 28th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

John Somerville GARDINER, born 5th November 1847, the son of John and Phoebe Gardiner, nee ALLEN, 42nd Regiment

Margaret GARDINER, aged 10 months the daughter of Quartermaster Sergeant John Gardiner, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 22nd July 1844

Phoebe GARDINER, widow, married 2nd June 1857 to, John PRICE, Chief Warder, Military Prison

Robert GARDINER, died 7th July 1854, aged 25 years, 14th Regiment. Drowned whilst bathing off Fort Tigne

Thomas John GARDINER, born 25th March 1867, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Gardiner, nee DENNANT, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Alexander Henry GARDNER, died 20th November 1848, the infant son of Captain Gardner, Royal Artillery

Anne Europa GARDNER, the eldest daughter of Colonel the Hon.W.H. Gardner, and niece of the late Vice-Admiral Lord Viscount Gardner KCB, married 20th February 1829, to Thomas Lewis GOOCH, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, the third son of Sir Thomas Gooch, Bart., of Benacre Hall, Suffolk, MP for the county of Suffolk

Henry Thomas GARDNER, born 29th August 1867, the son of Thomas and Fanny Elizabeth Gardner, Private, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

Mary Jane GARDNER, baptised 27th December 1863, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Gardner, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Susannah Amy Anne GARDNER, the third daughter of Colonel the Hon.W.H. Gardner, and niece of the late Vice-Admiral Lord Viscount Gardner KCB, married 14th March 1829, to John JAMES, Lieutenant, 85th Regiment

Thomas GARDNER, 21+, bachelor, born in Coventry, Warwickshire, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of John and Eliza Gardner, married 22nd May 1866 to, Elizabeth DENNANT, 21+, spinster, born in Ipswich, the daughter of John and Eliza Dennant

Mrs W.B. GARDNER, the wife of Captain Gardner, Royal Artillery, gave birth to a daughter 10th June 1849

Mrs W. B. GARDNER, the wife of Captain Gardner, Royal Artillery, gave birth to a daughter 13th September 1850

William GARDNER, aged 23 years, bachelor, of St.James, Norwich, Private, 2nd Battalion, 14th Regiment, married 2Oth September 1811, to Elizabeth BIRD, aged 21 years, spinster, of All Saints, Northampton, the daughter of Sarah and Sergeant Richard Bird, 14th Regiment

William GARDNER, baptised 29th February 1864, the son of John William and Mary Gardner, Corporal, Royal Engineers

William George GARDNER, baptised 3rd February 1862, the son of John William and Mary Warren Gardner, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Colonel W.H. GARDNER, later General, Freemason, member of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1825

J. GARLAND, Royal Irish Rifles, aged 24 years, buried 8th March 1893

Amelia GARNER, the daughter of Private Garner, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged 12 hours, buried 3rd November 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William GARNER, the son of a soldier in the 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged four years six months, buried 21st October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas Smith GARNETT, Private, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 28 years, buried 26th July 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George GARRATT, Drum Major, married 31st August 1819, to Mary DENT

Samuel GARRETT, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 4th December 1848, to Mary DEVEREUX

William GARRETT, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 37 years, buried 29th August 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

William Henry GARRETT, aged 25 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of Robert Garrett, married 31st October 1898 to, Annie Elizabeth BARNES, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph John Barnes deceased

William GARROW, aged 24 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 31st March 1838

Christophilus GARSTIN, Captain, 28th Regiment, Court Martialed 9th February 1857, found Guilty of placing a sergeant under arrest wrongfully, posting double sentries without orders, and being drunk under arms. The Court Martial of Captain Garstin was held in June 1857, and found him Guilty of having been drunk when under arms as Captain of the Guard, such conduct being unbecoming the character of an officer and a gentleman and subversive of good order and military discipline. Though found Guilty he was shown leniency, allowing him to sell his commission and retire from the service. He left Malta on the 7th June 1857, on P.&.O. Colombo for England.

John Edward GARVIN, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal West Surrey Regiment, the son of John Edward Garvin, married 12th December 1892, to Alice FRENCH, aged 19 years, spinster, of Tiptree Heath, Essex, the daughter of William Bonner French

James GATES, Private, 88th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 1st  November 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Minnie GATT, baptised 8th March 1863, the daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Gatt, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Rosina GATT, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Angelica and Colonel Saverio Gatt, R.M.F.Artillery, married 30th April 1872, to Robert Finlay KING, 21+, bachelor, born Corfu, the son of William Michael and Angelica King, Assistant Commissary of Control Department

Louisa Caroline Clara GATTEY, born 2nd July 1876, the daughter of Clara and Francis William Brathwaite Gattey, Deputy Commissary, Commissariat Department

Walter Vivian GATTEY, born 14th September 1878, the son of William B. and Clara Gattey, Deputy Commissary, Commissariat Department

Mary Louisa GAUDER, baptised 30th November 1864, the daughter of John and Hannah Gauder, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps

Patrick GAYNOR, aged 32 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 24th April 1828

James GEARN, aged 29 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 17th October 1838

Fanny GEARY, born 11th March 1861, the daughter of William and Mary Ann Geary, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Harriet GEARY, born 24th March 1867, the daughter of William and Mary Ann Geary, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Mary Emelia GEARY, born 17th January 1870, the daughter of William and Mary Ann Geary, Gunner, Royal Artillery

John Mackail GEDDES, born 10th October 1843, the son of Alexander and Janet Geddes, nee STEVENSON, Sergeant-Major, 42nd Regiment

John GEE, Corporal, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, buried 26th March 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Herbert Charles GEEMAERT, aged 31 years, bachelor, Sergeant, East Surrey Regiment, the son of Joseph John Geemaert deceased, married 21st October 1894, to Ada Annie RICE, aged 23 years, spinster, from Colchester, Essex, the daughter of James Rice

Sarah Ellen GEESON, the daughter of John Geeson, Private, 14th Regiment, aged 1 year, buried 16th August 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Richard GELLILAND, Corporal, 3rd Regiment, married 15th February 1815, to Margaret MACKELL

John Edgar GENTRY, aged 29 years, bachelor, Private, Army Hospital Corps, the son of Edward Gentry, married 17th November 1883, to Eliza BRADLEY, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of George Bradley

Captain Stannus GEOGHEGAN, 6th Burma Regiment, the eldest son of Stannus Geoghegan, late of Floriana, married 21st September 1897, at St.Cuthbert’s, Darwen, to Nora Louisa GREENWAY, the third daughter of the Reverend Charles Greenway

William GEOGHEGAN, died 17th August 1882, Surgeon, Major, Army Medical Department. Served during the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879. Born in Ireland 23rd July 1846

Christiana GEORGE, the wife of the late Sergeant John George, 41st Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 7th February 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Mary Ann GEORGE, baptised 7th February 1863, the daughter of Charles and Mary Ann George, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Samuel GEORGE, the son of Sergeant John George, 41st Regiment, aged 12 months, buried 14th July, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William GERARD, aged 29 years, Private, 59th Regiment, buried 21st January 183

Lieutenant A. GERRARD, 70th Regiment, whilst on leave in Egypt he drowned in the Nile. He was last seen sailing around midnight. October 1837

Daisy Melita GIBBONS, born 6th March 1894, the daughter of Frederick Harry and Jemima Gibbons, Medical Staff Corps

George GIBBONS, aged 1 year, the son of George Gibbons, Private, 59th Regiment, buried 23rd July 1837

George GIBBONS, Corporal, 47th Regiment, married 19th March 1840, to Sarah GAVAN

Frances GIBBS, aged 20 years, the wife of Sergeant John Gibbs, 77th Regiment, buried 26th September 1838

Maria GIBBS, aged 25 years, of Houghton, Kent, the widow of Joseph Gibbs, 36th Regiment, married 18th April 1820, to Samuel WALLACE, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Sapcote, Leicestershire, Corporal, Royal Marines, serving in HM Sloop Race Horse

William Henry GIBBS, baptised 2nd March 1861, the son of Charles and Caroline Gibbs, Lance Corporal, Royal Engineers

Charles Henry GIBSON, baptised 29th December 1860, the son of John and Anne Gibson, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Frederick GIBSON, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, the son of John Gibson, married 30th November 1880, to Sarah Ann HAWKES, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of James Hawkes

John GIBSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Crumlin, Ireland, Sergeant, 48th Regiment, the son of John Gibson, married 1st January 1870 to, Mary Jane BOOLE, 21+, widow, born in Dublin, the daughter of William and Fanny HOSFORD

Frederick GIDDY, baptised 18th April 1863, the son of Richard and Elizabeth Jane Giddy, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Maria Elizabeth GIDDY, baptised 15th December 1860, the daughter of Richard and Jane Elizabeth Giddy, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Lieutenant E.W. GIFFORD, Royal Malta Militia, a daughter born 18th February 1893 at Strada San Sebastiano, Valletta

Private Edmund W. GIFFORD, appointed as 2nd Lieutenant Royal Regiment of Malta Militia, March 1890

John William GIFFORD, died 3rd July 1872, aged 1 year 11 days, the son of Catherine and Colour-Sergeant Gifford, 74th Regiment

Edward James Henry GILES, 21+, bachelor, of Middlesex, the son of William and Ann Giles, Sergeant, 24th Regiment, married 18th November 1871, to Annie O'DONOHUE, 21+, spinster, of Dublin

Katherine Daisy GILES, born 3rd December 1879, the daughter of Margaret Estelle and QMS Alfred Oscar Giles, Royal Engineers

William Olighton GILES, aged 39 years, bachelor, Captain, 3rd Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, the son of Benjamin Giles, married 3rd May 1883, to Beatrice Emma BALL, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Philip Ball

Alexander GILL, aged 21 years, Private, 42nd Highlanders, buried 13th June 1843

Alfred GILL, Private, 2nd Battalion, Connaught Rangers. Court Martialed July 1891 and charged with losing by neglect his clothing and offering violence to a superior officer. Found Guilty and sentenced to two years imprisonment with hard labour, and stoppages

Henry GILL, Private, East Kent Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 22nd September 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James GILL, Colour-Sergeant, 41st Regiment, born Churchstanton, Devonshire, the seventh child of William and Maria Gill. He enlisted in the 41st Regiment in June 1840. After serving in the Crimea he was posted to Malta where he married on 27th March 1856, Mary Ann FITZELL. She was born in 1828 at Millstreet, Co.Cork,  Ireland, the daughter of Adam and Grace Fitzell. In his old age he lived in England and died aged 90 years and one month in Derby.

William GILLETT, 21+, bachelor, from Farnham, Surrey, Lance-Corporal, 3rd Regiment, the son of John and Elizabeth Gillett, married 14th August 1852 to, Carmela ZAMMIT, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John and Catherine Zammit

GILLEY, died 17th October 1836, aged 2 years 9 months, the son of Anne and Thomas Gilley, Royal Fusiliers

Sapper GILLIES, Royal Engineers. He was endeavouring to recover a torpedo lost

outside Grand Harbour. The depth was extreme but he was a very powerful man and had managed to find the torpedo, and signalled that he had done so. By some accident, the apparatus send down to be attached to the torpedo fouled his life line with a result that the became unconscious. He was quickly brought to the surface and taken to the Station Hospital, where he died two hours later. His funeral was held on 8th November 1900

James GILLINGWATER, aged 26 years, bachelor, born in Kirstead, Sergeant, 64th Regiment, the son of James and Hannah Gillingwater, married 1st April 1869 to, Elizabeth Ann NADIN, aged 17 years, spinster, born in Macclesfield, the daughter of John and Eliza Nadin

Robert GILMER, aged 33years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 13th December 1839

J.P. GILMORE, Lieutenant, 1st Royals, during the first week of May 1857 he was baptised into the Roman Catholic religion, and on the next day was married to the daughter of Signor CARBONE, the Judiciary Magistrate on Gozo. The service was at the Jesuits Church, Strada Mercanti, Valletta

Robert GILMORE, Private, 69th Regiment, Court Martialed 11th December 1848,found Guilty of striking a Sergeant, sentenced 50 lashes and 365 days hard labour

Anne GILMOUR, aged 22 years, the wife of R. Gilmour, Royal Artillery, died of cholera, buried 3rd July 1837\   

Robert GILMOUR, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 11th May 1837, to Anne DYER

Joseph GIMBER, aged 37 years, widower, born in Maidstone, Drum Major, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment, the son of James and Fanny Gimber, married 27th February 1866 to, Eliza WHELAN, aged 31 years, widow, born in Clare, the daughter of Michael and Bridget HOGAN

Thomas GIRDLER, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 27th March 1825

William GIRLING, born 1839, the son of Margaret and William Girling, Sergeant, 77th Regiment

Eliza GISSING, the daughter of Private William Gissing, 68th Regiment, aged four months, buried 3rd July 1853, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary Ann GISSING, the daughter of Private William Gissing, 68th Regiment, aged one year four months, buried 29th July 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Alfred Henry GLADHILL, baptised 19th December 1863, the son of Edward and Ellen Gladhill, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

William Henry GLADHILL, baptised 4th January 1862, the son of Edwin and Ellen Gladhill, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Emily Jane GLADWIN, baptised 10th June 1860, the daughter of Henry James and Sarah Gladwin, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Frances Mary Anne GLADWIN, baptised 8th February 1862, the daughter of Henry James and Sarah Gladwin, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

John Edward GLANVILLE, the son of John Glanville, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 3 months, buried 26th February 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

John Henry GLANVILLE, the son of John Glanville, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged two months, buried 24th May 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

John Henry GLANVILLE, the son of John Glanville, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 5 weeks, buried 23rd September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Emma GLEESON, the daughter of John Gleeson, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 7 months, buried 3rd November 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Reverend George Robert GLEIG, Chaplain General, 1858

Benjamin GLENN, aged 1 year 4 months, the son of Benjamin Glenn, Private, 1st Battalion 42nd Highlanders, buried 4th October 1844

Daniel GLENN, Private, 42nd Regiment, married 2nd December 1833, to Mary Ann ROSS (? ROSE).

Donald GLENN, died 1st January 1847, Private, 42nd Regiment. Born in Stirling, Scotland. His wife Mary Ann Glenn was residing with the regiment

Jane Matilda GLENN, aged 1 year, the daughter of Private Glenn, 1st Battalion, 42nd Royal Highlanders, buried 8th August 1846

James GLINN, Private, 42nd Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 6th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Alice Farquhar GLYN, born 24th December 1871, the daughter of Anne Penelope and Lieut-Colonel Richard Thomas Glyn, 24th Regiment

John Keane Carr GLYN, born 5th April 1868, the son of Anne Penelope and Lieut-Colonel Richard Thomas Glyn, 24th (2nd Warwickshire) Regiment

John Keane Carr GLYN, died 5th November 1869, the only surviving son of Colonel Glyn, commanding 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment, of diphtheria, at Villa Portelli, Kalkara

William Lewen GLYN, Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, died 13th August 1888, aged 20 years. Born Ewell, Surrey, the third son of the Reverend Sir George Lewen Glyn, Bart

Edward GLYNN, Private, Grenadier Company, 73rd Regiment, died 9th May 1831, aged 27 years. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

Ambrose Ayshford GODDARD, born 7th May 1848 in England, the eldest son of Charlotte and Ambrose Lethbridge Goddard of Swindon, Wiltshire. His father was a Magistrate and Member of Parliament. In 1871 as a Captain in the Grenadier Guards he was serving at St.James’s Palace, London. He died 25th May 1885 on his way home from active service in Suakin, aged 39 years, with the rank of Captain and Lieut-Colonel

Thomas GODDARD, aged 33 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 14th Regiment, married 13th March 1811, to Sarah HEWITT, aged 21 years, spinster

William GODDEN, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 29th September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Frederick Charles GODFREY, baptised 18th January 1862, the son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Jane Godfrey, Colour Sergeant, Royal Engineers

William Henry GODFREY, aged 29 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Dorset Regiment, the son of James Godfrey, married 16th January 1889 to, Margaret Stevens Hamilton COSTELLO, aged 24 years, from Melcombe Regis, Dorset, the daughter of Walter Hamilton Costello

John GOFF, Private, 44th Regiment, found Guilty on 26th September 1849 of stealing six silk handkerchiefs, and sentenced to labour at the public works, and a chain on his leg for two years

Alexander John GOLDIE, born 17th May 1846, the son of Caroline and Captain Mark Wilks Goldie, 42nd Highlanders

John GOLDING, aged 30 years, bachelor, 2nd Lieutenant, Royal West Kent Regiment, the son of Thomas Mingaye Golding, married 14th November 1891, to Ethel Ada BLYTH, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Lieut-Colonel Samuel Fritche Blyth, late Royal Sussex Regiment

George GOLIGHTLY, aged 36 years, bachelor, Q.M.S., Royal Artillery, the son of George Golightly, married 14th November 1899, to Annie Maria SINFIELD, commonly known as JOHNSON, aged 28 years, spinster, of Sonning, Berkshire, the daughter of James Sinfield

William GOODBODY, aged 29 years, bachelor, Sergeant Bugler, 1st Battalion, Shropshire Regiment, the son of William Goodbody, married 2nd November 1884, to Mary Ann Lavinia MORGAN, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of James Morgan

William Wooley GOODBURNE, Private, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 33 years, buried 22nd December 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Isabella Sophia GOODE, baptised 29th September 1863, the daughter of Joseph and Amelia Goode, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Mrs GOODEVE, the wife of Henry Hills Goodeve, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, gave birth to a daughter 27th August 1866

Gertrude Isabella GOODEVE, baptised 27th October 1866, the daughter of Henry and Gertrude Goodeve, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery

William GOODFELLOW, died 4th August 1854, 62nd Regiment. He was in a pleasure boat with Uriah Pritchard of the same regiment, when they were run down by a HM Steamer slowly leaving harbour

George GOODMAN, died 25th August 1854, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years. He arrived on the Steamer Medway, from Woolwich via Gibraltar and died in the Lazaretto, from cholera

Samuel Frederick GOODSON, baptised 17th March 1860, the son of Samuel Goodson, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Joseph GOODWIN, born 1849/1850, the son of Mary and George Goodwin, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery

William GOODWIN, baptised 11th February 1862, the son of James and Jane Goodwin, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Anne GORDON, died 23rd July 1838, aged 3 months 3 days, the daughter of John and Jean Gordon, 42nd Regiment

Anne GORDON, the wife of Henry Gordon, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 9th May 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

Captain Hon. Frederick GORDON, Gordon Highlanders, Brigade Major in 1899

George Hamilton GORDON, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Shropshire Light Infantry, the son of Peter Gordon, married 19th October 1883, to Agnes WEIR, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Andrew Weir deceased

GORDON, born 11th June 1880 in Nicosia, Cyprus, a son to the wife of Lieut-Colonel A.H. Gordon, Cyprus Pioneers

Jane GORDON, aged 4 months, the daughter of Jane and Private John Gordon, 92nd Highlanders, buried 21st July 1838

H.M. GORDON, died 11th November 1821, Ensign, 85th Regiment Henry William GORDON, Captain, Royal Artillery. Born Exeter, 16th May 1786. Served in Malta, Sicily and Italy, December 1804 to January 1807. Promoted Major-General 20th November 1854. Father of Gordon of Khartoum

James Alexander GORDON, died 15th June 1837, aged 11 months 15 days, the son of John and Jean Gordon, 42nd Regiment

Margaret GORDON, born 11th May 1845, the daughter of Lewis and Margaret Gordon, nee ANDERSON, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment

Robert Kidd GORDON, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in New London, Canada West, the son of Thomas and Ellen Gordon, married 2nd July 1866 to, Esther FARRUGIA, aged 17 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Antonio and Peppina Farrugia

Private GORDON, 44th Regiment, servant to Captain William Spring, committed suicide, 5th February 1851

Lieut-Colonel William GORDON, Black Watch, serving in Malta on his birthday, 6th February 1889, aged 46 years

Winifred GORMAN, died 5th November 1867, the daughter of Jane and Colour-Sergeant Gorman, 64th Regiment

Private Richard GORR, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died from cholera 5th September 1867, aged 18 years

Isabella GORTLAND, baptised 30th September 1860, the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Gortland, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Henry GOSLING, aged 28 years, bachelor, Drummer, 48th Regiment, born in Northampton, the son of Henry and Elizabeth Gosling, married 22nd March 1870, to

William GOSLING, aged 24 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 21st June 1828

Thomas GOSS, Private, 9th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 12th November 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Arthur Christopher Vidal GOSSET, born 6th December 1893, the son of Major Frederick and Agnes Sealy Gosset, Royal Engineers

Edith GOUGH, born 4th April 1899, the daughter of Jane and George Gough, Armourer Sergeant, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment

Emma Ann GOUGH, baptised 6th January 1861, the daughter of Richard and Margaret Gough, Quartermaster Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Sarah Elizabeth GOUGH, baptised 14th December 1862, the daughter of Richard and Margaret Gough, Quartermaster Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

T. GOUGH, Armourer Quarter Master Sergeant, 4th Royal Garrison Regiment, died at Cottonera Hospital on 25th July 1904. He left a wife

George GOULD, aged 30 years, bachelor, of Froxfield, Hampshire, the son of William and Phoebe Gould, Gunner, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 3rd November 1874, to Mary BURLEY, aged 37 years, spinster, of Calstock, Cornwall, the daughter of Willam and Mary Burley

Sarah GOULD, the wife of Richard Gould, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 35 years, buried 10th October 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William GOULD, Private, 20th Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 17th December 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

David GOURLY, Sergeant, 77th Regiment, married 29th May 1841, to Ann COLLINS, of Middlesex

Dorothy Hilda GOWER, born 18th July 1898, the daughter of Ernest and Ada Gower, Quartermaster Sergeant, A.O.C.

Winifred Ada GOWER, born 11th July 1896, the daughter of Ernest Alic and Ada Gower, Company Sergeant Major, Royal Artillery

Robert GOWLAND, died 7th April 1840, aged 16 years, Private, Royal Fusiliers

William GOWLAND, Land Transport Corps, buried 24th December 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William GOWLING, 21+, bachelor, born in Kirkland, Cumberland, Colour-Sergeant, 48th Regiment, the son of John and Ann Gowling, married 19th January 1869 to, Bridget DOWLING, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of John and Ann Dowling

Sophia GRACE, baptised 28th April 1866, the daughter of Charles and Sarah Anne Grace, Colour Sergeant, 29th Regiment

James GRADY. On Tuesday night 5th January 1847 two men of the 88th Regiment having gone to Fort Ricasoli to swim, where returning to Valletta, one Nicolas Hanton stepped on board a loose plank and lost his footing, and fell overboard and drowned. One of his companions James Grady plunged into the water after him, but could not save him and had it not been for the courage of the Colonel's orderly, W.G. Craven, he would probably have drowned also. Craven jumped in a second time searched for Hanton but did not find him. His body was recovered the following morning

James GRADY, aged 25 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergant, 1st Battalion, Shropshire Regiment, married 26th May 1888, to Annie COTTINGHAM, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Sergeant Joseph Cottingham

Edward GRAHAM, died 12th September 1860, aged 28 years, Royal Artillery. Fell from the fortifications of Fort St.Angelo, and died on the spot

Frances Helen GRAHAM, the daughter of Sergeant Graham, many years Military Hospital Sergeant, Valletta, married 9th March 1844, to Alexander MARSHALL, Corporal, Royal Artillery

Frederick GRAHAM, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 23 years, buried 28th September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Herbert Reginald Curteis GRAHAM, Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, 10th Regiment, died 27th August 1880, aged 22 years 7 months. Born 19th January 1858, the second son of R.J. and E.L Graham, of The Elms, Eastbourne, Sussex.

James GRAHAM, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 26th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Joseph GRAHAM, Private, 42nd Regiment, at his Court Martial held on the 3rd October 1844, he was found Guilty of throwing his bonnet at an officer, and was sentenced to Transportation for Life

Mary Ann GRAHAM, born 14th August 1857, the daughter of Mary and Robert Graham, Private, 71st Regiment

Nicol Graham GRAHAM, Colonel, of Jarbruck, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, died 1st March 1858, aged 83 years. He left a married daughter

Thomas GRAHAM, later Lord Lynedoch

Jane GRAHAME, born 24th August 1857, the daughter of George and Margaret Grahame, nee FRIER, QM, 21st Regiment

Henry GRANGE, Surgeon, 47th Regiment, born Ireland, married 9th September 1856,to Leila Temple SADEICK, of Sheerness, Kent

Leila Marie Elizabeth Temple GRANGE, born 24th September 1857, the daughter of Leila and Henry Grange M.D., 47th Regiment

Rosa GRANGIER, aged 19 years, married to soldier in 98th Regiment, on board HMS Crocodile, in 1881. She was born in Malta

Allan John Gordon GRANT, died 15th August 1869, aged 13 months, the son of Dr. Grant, 48th Regiment, at Marsascala

Amy GRANT, born 11th September 1865, the daughter of Gregory and Margaret McGregor Grant, nee KENNISON, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Anna GRANT, baptised 8th February 1862, the daughter of Thomas and Anna Grant, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Anne GRANT, aged 4 months, the daughter of George Grant, Drummer, buried 7th May 1846

Benjamin GRANT, 21+, bachelor, of Northants, the son of William and Alice Grant, Sergeant, 48th Regiment, married 20th January 1872, to Grace MICALLEF, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Paolo and Rosa Micallef

George GRANT, born 20th June 1843, the son of George and Isabella Grant, nee DOW, Drummer, 42nd Regiment

Henry GRANT, aged 30 years, bachelor, of Corsley, Wiltshire, the son of William and Elizabeth Grant, Corporal, 13th Regiment, married 19th May 1873, to Mary FORMOSA, minor, with her parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of George and Mary Formosa

James GRANT, died 3rd April 1835, Sergeant-Major, 5th Regiment, in which he served for 32 years

James William GRANT, died 6th August 1855, aged 8 months, the son of Janet and Bombardier Nathaniel Grant, Royal Artillery

Janet GRANT, aged 37 years, the wife of Bombardier M. Grant, Royal Artillery, died of cholera, buried 4th July 1837

Mary Elizabeth GRANT, baptised 15th April 1860, the daughter of Thomas and Hannah Grant, Staff Sergeant, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Mary GRANT, died 16th April 1851, aged 13 months, the daughter of Caroline and Lieutenant John Hay Grant

Nathaniel GRANT, aged 33 years, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, died of cholera, buried 7th July 1837

Sir Patrick GRANT, was born 11th September 1804, in Scotland, the second son of Major John Grant. He joined the East India Company’s army as an Ensign aged 15 years, and spent the next forty years of his life in India. In 1846 he was appointed Adjutant General of the Bengal Army, followed in 1856 as Commander-in-Chief of the Madras Army. He took up the post as Governor of Malta in May 1867, and continued until June 1872. He married Jane Anne TYLER, and they had two sons. His first wife died, so he re-married Frances Maria GOUGH, the daughter of Sir Hugh Gough, who was 20 years his junior. The couple had five sons. He died in March 1895, aged 90 years, at the Royal Hospital Chelsea. One son, Patrick Francis William Bannatyne Grant, aged 5 years 8 months, the Governor’s youngest son, died 11th September 1867 in Malta, another Sir Henry Grant, born in 1848 became Governor of Malta in October 1907

William Erskine GRANT, died 7th March 1837, aged 54 years, Captain, 59th Regiment R.J. GRANTHAM, Assistant Surgeon, 27th Regiment, died from wounds received during a duel with Lieutenant William Fairtlough, also 27th Regiment. Buried 25th May 1805

Henry GRATTAN, born 19th February 1880, the son of Fannie and Major Henry Grattan, 35th Regiment

John GRATTON, aged 25 years, Private, 70th Regiment, buried 2nd October 1837

William Edward Hely Hutchinson GRAVES, 21+, bachelor, born Chester, Lieutenant, 64th Regiment, the son of Richard Croker Graves, married 7th October 1868, to Ida Eugenie STEWART, minor, with consent of her mother, the only daughter of Elizabeth and the late Dr. James Stewart, Deputy Inspector General of Hospitals

Duncan GRAY, aged 24 years, bachelor, born in Scotland, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Duncan and Margaret Gray, married 4th January 1868 to, Sarah HORNIBROOK, aged 21 years, spinster , born in Ireland the daughter of Edward and Sarah Hornibrook

Emily Armstrong GRAY, baptised 25th July 1865, the daughter of George and Margaret Gray, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Humphrey GRAY, 21+, widower, Major, 21st Royal North British Fusiliers, born Trincomalee, Ceylon, the son of Ursula Theodora and the late Captain French Gray married 6th July 1858, to Charlotte BOVELL, 21+, widow, born Plymouth, the daughter of Nicholas Netherton and Anne Bovell

John C. GRAY, died Sunday 14th July 1850, Assistant Surgeon, 44th Regiment, at his quarters, after a few hours illness from cholera

Mary Jane GRAY, born 15th November 1868, the daughter of Alexander and Margaret Gray, nee HOWERSTON, Private, 64th Regiment

Archibald GREALY, aged 38 years, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 28th September 1837

Private GREASION, of the Border Regiment, on 13th December 1898, with others from the same regiment was boating outside Grand Harbour near St.Elmo lighthouse, when the boat capsized. From the party of eight men, he was one of the three who drowned. The others saved by Maltese boatmen Giuseppe and Spiridione Debono.

Frances Julia GREEN, baptised 28th September 1865, the daughter of Percival and Frances Helen Green, Schoolmaster, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

John GREEN, Private, 47th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 21st May 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Thomas GREEN, 21+, bachelor, born in Henley-on-Thames, Corporal, Royal Artillery, the son of Thomas and Sarah Green, married 19th March 1866 to, Mary Ann MORGAN, 21+, born in Tavistock, Devon, the widow of Sergeant Morgan, Royal Artillery, the daughter of Nicholas and Mary Anne HINES

Joseph William GREENGRASS, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Joseph Greengrass deceased, married 6th September 1897, to Florence BERRY, aged 27 years, spinster, from Upton Park, East London, the daughter of John James Berry deceased

Emily Elizabeth GREENGRASS, born 11th August 1898, the daughter of Joseph William and Florence Greengrass, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Jane Eliza GREENSLADE, baptised 6th October 1860, the daughter of William and Sarah Greenslade, Hospital Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Frederick William GREENSMITH, baptised 8th April 1860, the son of William and Margaret Greensmith, Quartermaster Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment The Buffs

William GREENWOOD, Royal Artillery, married 5th December 1816, to Mary POOPS, of Essex.

John GREESON, Sergeant, 27th Regiment, married 4th November 1812, to Ann ROBINSON

Charles GREGORY, Captain, 35th Regiment, married 26th August 1823, to Maria PARISI, of Sicily

George Henry GREGORY, aged 28 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of Thomas Gregory, married 12th April 1886, to Carmela CONTI, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Paolo Conti

John GREGORY, Private, 3rd Battalion, Grenadier Guards. Stationed in Malta. Died 24th March 1854, in the Lazaretto, aged 22 years

William GREGORY, Private, 64th Regiment, died 28th July 1868, near his barracks Zabbar Gate

William GREGSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Whaley Bridge, Cheshire, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment, married 16th January 1867 to, Fanny FALVERY, 21+, spinster, born in Glenmore, the daughter of John and Julia Falvery

Sir Francis Wallace GRENFELL, was born in 1841 and commissioned into the 60th Regiment in 1859. He served in Malta during 1866/1867, followed by South Africa and Egypt. In fact he spent a considerable time in Egypt and was made Commander of the newly raised Egyptian Army. In 1887 he married Evelyn Emily Blucher Wood, the daughter of Major-General R. Blucher Wood. He was sworn in as Governor of Malta on 6th January 1899, and six months later his wife Lady Grenfell died on 21st June 1899, aged 43 years, and was buried in Ta Braxia cemetery. His time as Governor ended in March 1903. He re-married to the Hon. Margaret Majendie, and she bore him two sons and a daughter. He died in 1925

Sarah GRESHON, the wife of Edward Greshon, Barrack Sergeant, aged 29 years, buried 14th April 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

J. GREY, Assistant Surgeon, 44th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 15th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F., in Rock Gate Cemetery, which no longer exists

Edward GRIBBEN, Gunner, Royal Artillery, arrived on the Steamer Medway, from Woolwich via Gibraltar. Died 21st August 1854, in the Lazaretto, from cholera, aged 25 years

John Frederick GRIER, of Guernsey, Sergeant, 88th Regiment, married 12th May 1846, to Mary DONOHOE, of Limerick

Alfred George GRIFFIN, 21+, widower, from Wiltshire, the son of George and Jane Griffin, QM, 13th Regiment, married 15th May 1873, to Mary Rose MORENO, 21+, spinster, born Algeceras, Spain, the daughter of Emmanuel and Mary Moreno

Arthur James GRIFFIN, aged 26 years, bachelor, Q.M.S., Royal Artillery, the son of James Griffin, married 24th February 1897, to Jane Elizabeth TRIBE, aged 29 years, spinster, from Gosport, Hampshire, the daughter of John Tribe

Lilian Kathleen GRIFFIN, born 29th July 1898, the daughter of Arthur James and Jane Elizabeth Griffin, Q.M.S., Royal Artillery

William Wardby GRIFFIN, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, served in Malta 1888. Born 8th September 1861

James GRIFFITH, born in Malta about 1812. In 1851 a serving Soldier staioned at Woolwich, Kent

Colour-Sergeant W. GRIFFITH, 57th Regiment, awarded the Insignia of the 5th Class of the Imperial Order of the Legion of Honour by the French for distinguished service during the Crimean War

Annie Florence GRIFFITHS, baptised 10th March 1866, the daughter of John and Susan Griffiths, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Esther GRIFFITHS, baptised 31st October 1863, the daughter of John and Susanna Griffiths, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Henry John GRIFFITHS, baptised 21st December 1861, the son of John and Susanna Griffiths, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Edward Benjamin GRIFFITHS, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Dorset Regiment, the son of Benjamin Edward Griffiths, married 26th February 1889, to Sophia WHELLER, aged 22 years, spinster, from East Knighton, Dorset, the daughter of Joseph Wheller

Ham GRIFFITHS, Private, 7th Fusiliers, aged 22 years, buried 30th September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Samuel GRIMASON, 21+, bachelor, born in Drumcree, Armagh, Ireland, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment, the son of Samuel and Ann Grimason, married 1st August 1864 to, Teresa CAMILLERI, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Giuseppe and Anne Camilleri

William John GRIMASON, baptised 19th August 1865, the son of Samuel and Theresa Grimason, Private, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

John GRIMLEY, Private, 46th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 14th April 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

George GRINDLEY, aged 18 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 11th October 1824

Henry GRINTER, 21+, bachelor, born in Hinton, Somerset, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, the son of Robert and Jemima Grinter, married 25th July 1863 to, Carmela SINGERS, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of John and Sophia Singers

John GRISDALE, aged 26 years, bachelor Bandsman, Border Regiment, the son of Robinson Grisdale, married 6th October 1898 to, Elizabeth BERNARD, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Walter Henry Bernard deceased

GRITTON, infant son of Sergeant George Gritton, Corps of Instructors, buried 9th August 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

Edith Adela Mackenzie GROGAN, died 1st December 1867 at Sliema, aged 3 months, the daughter of Major Grogan

Edward Harry John GROGAN, born 14th November 1876, the son of Margaret Anne, and Lieutenant Edward George Grogan, 42nd Highlanders

Martha GROGAN, baptised 23rd September 1865, the daughter of John and Fanny Grogan, Private, 100th Regiment

Thomas GROOM, Corporal, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, buried 29th August 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary Ann GROUNDS, died 1st October 1877, aged 29 years, the wife of Sergeant W.F.H. Grounds, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery. Died at Fort Ricasoli

George W. GRUBB, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, married 23rd December 1856, to Elizabeth BLACKFORD, of London

James GRUBB, Private, 63rd Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 2nd December 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Alexander GULLAND, aged 28 years, bachelor, born in Woolwich, Kent, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of John and Elizabeth Gulland, married 3rd November 1862 to, Hannah LAWRENCE, aged 22 years, spinster, born in Broadstairs, Kent, the daughter of Richard and Emma Lawrence

Annie Janet GULLAND, baptised 13th February 1864, the daughter of Alexander and Hannah Gulland, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Elizabeth Emma GULLAND, baptised 9th February 1867, the daughter of Alexander and Hannah Gulland, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Lawrence Alexander GULLAND, baptised 24th August 1865, the son of Alexander and Annie Gulland, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

William GULLICK, Private, 62nd Regiment, buried 25th February 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Joseph GUNSON. Appointed Deputy Purveyor to the British Army Medical Services in 1800, and promoted to Purveyor in July 1814.

Richard GUNTER, 21+, bachelor, born in Wanborough, Wiltshire, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of John and Sophia Gunter, married 6th October 1868 to, Martha WILBRAHAM, aged 20 years, spinster, born in Broughton, Lancashire, the daughter of Daniel and Martha Wilbraham

Stanley Frederick Charles GUPPY, born 14th November 1897, the son of Charles and Marian Guppy, Sergeant, 2nd Dorset Regiment

Edward GWINNEL, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 30th January 1832, to Anne McBEY

Simpson HACKETT, 21+, bachelor, from Dublin, Captain, 28th Regiment, the eldest son of Thomas and Jane Bernard Hackett, married 17th July 1858 to, Edith Mary BREDIN, 21+, spinster, born in Waterford, Ireland, the youngest daughter of Margaret and the late Major-General Andrew Bredin, Royal Artillery

George Henry HACKSHAW, aged 28 years, bachelor, Private, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, the son of Henry Hackshaw, married 29th July 1886, to Margaret Jane NAPIER, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of George Napier

George HADDEN, 21+. bachelor, born in London, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment, the son of James and Harriett Hadden, married 17th November 1870 to, Bridget CLIFFORD, spinster, minor, born in India, the daughter of John and Catherine Garroughty Clifford

William HADDEN, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 25 years, buried 31st July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Samuel HADFIELD, died 26th June 1832, aged 29 years, Royal Fusiliers

Eliza Sarah HADLEY, the daughter of William Hadley, Paymaster, 68th Regiment, married 26th June 1852 to, George Goforth WYER, Assistant Surgeon, 3rd Regiment

John HADLEY, Private, 7th Regiment, married 26th June 1833, to Ellice SMITH

William HADLEY, died 10th November 1856, aged 57 years, Captain Paymaster, 68th Regiment. Served in Afghanistan. Left a widow and large family

Patrick HAGNEY, aged 36 years, bachelor, of Moate, County Westmeath, the son of Michael and Ann Hagney, Private, 64th Regiment, married 21st February 1871, to Martha HEMPSON, aged 27 years, widow, of Pendleton, Lancashire, the daughter of Samuel and Ann BINYON

Eli HAGUE, aged 21 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 16th March 1829

Maria Lavinia HAGGETT, baptised 27th May 1865, the daughter of John and Maria Haggett, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Oscar William Andrew Malte Robert Theodore HAHR, born 16th March 1833, in Valletta, the son of Charlotte and Captain Adolphe Hahr, Consul General of Sweden and Norway at Tripoli, and Aide de Camp to the Prince of Sweden

James HAIGH, died 4th December 1809, aged 31 years, 31st Regiment, from dysentery

Harry Eli HAINES, aged 26 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery, the son of George Haines, married 21st July 1900, to Annie Florence ALLWORK, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas East Allwork deceased

Colour-Sergeant George HAINES, 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, committed suicide on 11th January 1898, on the boat going up the river Nile in Egypt. He was buried on the banks of the Nile by the Colonel, one day’s sailing from Assouan

George HALES, aged 25 years, bachelor, Staff-Sergeant, Royal Engineers, the son of John Hales, married 19th March 1889, to Rosina SEDGEMORE, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of William Sedgemore

Augustus Robinson HALL, Surgeon-Major, Army Medical Department, died 4th February 1880, aged 42 years. He was on his way to England from India, and died from a disease contracted whilst serving in the Afghan War of 1879

Charles HALL, aged 25 years, bachelor, Private, A.M.S., the son of Charles Hall deceased, married 5th August 1891, to Mary Minnie BAYNE, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of William Bayne

Sergeant G. HALL, died 7th October 1897, in the Station Hospital Valletta, 1st Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment. He left a widow and child

Frank George Wilfred HALL, born 14th October 1875, the son of Emily and Montagu Hall, Captain, 101st Fusiliers

George HALL, Private, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 28th February 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Harriet HALL, aged 3 months, the daughter of Private Hall, 70th Regiment, buried 4th September 1837

John HALL, Lance Corporal, 68th Light Infantry, aged 19 years, buried 25th July 1853, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William James HALL, born 25th September 1868, the son of Annie Hall, nee BOLGER, and William, Corporal, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery

Elizabeth Himalaya Ellen HALLAM, born 29th August 1867, the daughter of William and Margaret Hallam, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

Beatrice Maud HALLEWELL, born 2nd November 1860, the daughter of Sophia Lonsdale and Colonel E.G. Hallewell. Deputy Quartermaster General. She died 30th June 1861, aged 7 months

George HALLEWELL, born 8th March 1862, the son of Sophia Lonsdale and Colonel Edmund Gilling Hallewell, Deputy Quartermaster General

George HALLEWELL, died 14th March 1862, aged 6 days, the son of Sophia Lonsdale and Colonel Edmund Gilling Hallewell. Deputy Quartermaster General

Sophia Lonsdale Martha HALLEWELL, born 16th November 1858, the daughter of Sophia Lonsdale and Lieut-Colonel Edmund Gilling Hallewell, Assistant Adjutant General at Malta

Agnes HALLIDAY, the daughter of William Halliday, Corporal, Royal Artillery, aged nine months, buried 8th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Ann HALLIDAY, the wife of Alesander Halliday, Corporal, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 19th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William HALLIDAY, Corporal, 1st Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 11th May 1855, by Reverend William Hare

Mary Ethel Gertrude HALY, baptised 4th June 1866, the daughter of Richard Hebden Ogrady and Geraldine Mary Haly, Lieutenant, 84th Regiment, Aide de Camp

Thomas HALSALL, Private, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged 22 years 8 months, buried 25th February 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary Ethel Gertrude HALY, born 20th May 1866, the daughter of Geraldine Mary and Lieutenant Richard Hebden Ogrady Haly, 84th Regiment

J. HAM, infant, died of cholera, 22nd October 1867, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

William Henry HAMES, born 6th June 1899, the son of Alfred Henry and Alice Maude Hames, C.Q.M.S., Royal Artillery

John HAMILL, left 58th Regiment, 7th December 1804, and joined the Maltese Corps, as a Major

Isaac HAMILTON (? HARRISON), Sergeant, 59th Regiment, married 22nd January 1838, to Mary REYNOLDS

Ensign HAMILTON, 1st Royals, died 24th May 1856. Whilst doing his rounds about 11 p.m. he fell off St.Pauls Bastion a height of 30 feet, fracturing his skull. Found the next morning

HAMILTON. Died 1st September 1845, the daughter of Colonel John Sotter Hamilton, late Coldstream Guards, and grand-daughter of General Hamilton. She was born 1810 at Biddeford Hall, Norfolk

Ernest Richard HAMILTON, born 29th September 1869, the son of Mary Ann Louisa and Lieut-Colonel Thomas de Courcy Hamilton VC, 64th Regiment

Sydney Whitmore HAMILTON, born 9th June 1866, the son of Mary Ann Louisa and Major Thomas de Courcy Hamilton VC, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

William Augustus HAMILTON, Ensign, 2nd Battalion, 1st Royals, buried 26th May 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

William Douglas HAMILTON, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of William Douglas Hamilton, married 14th February 1899 to, Jane DAVIS, aged 29 years, spinster, Schoolmistress, from Northampton, the daughter of William Davis

Sophia HAMMILL, born 12th June 1831, the daughter of Helen and Major Robert Hammill, 18th Regiment

Private HAMMOND, 3rd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 22nd June 1900, of fever in the Station Hospital

Frederick George Weymark HAMMOND, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery, the son of William John Hammond deceased, married 15th September 1900 to, Lydia Amy REDWORTH, aged 25 years, spinster, from 3 Castle Street, Slough, Buckinghamshire, the daughter of Joseph Redworth

Hubert Gerald Roland HAMMOND, born 29th November 1898, the son of George Edward and Elizabeth Hammond, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Suffolk Regiment

James HAMMOND, baptised 26th February 1865, the son of David and Mary Hammond, Private, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

Paul HAMMOND, aged 26 years, Private, 77th Regiment, buried 15th February 1839

James Henry Japheth HAMPSON, baptised 15th February 1866, the son of John and Louisa Hampson, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

John HAMPSON, aged 20 years, bachelor, born in Leigh, Colour-Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Thomas Hampson, married 12th April 1864 to, Maria Louisa CLAYTON, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Blackburn, the daughter of Jacob Clayton, Superior Barrack Sergeant

John Thomas HAMPSON, baptised 29th January 1865, the son of John and Maria Louisa Hampson, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Annie HANCOCK, born 6th October 1894, the daughter of Annie and Edwin Hancock, Barrack Colour Sergeant, Army Service Corps

Private James HAND, of No.7 Company, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, put an end to his life on Sunday evening, 9th May 1847, by blowing his brains out. Shortly before he had been talking to two comrades, then moved to the corner of the room, where he placed the muzzle of his firelock to the palate of mouth, and activated the trigger with his foot

John HANDLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in London, Drum Major, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of William and Mary Anne Handley, married 10th August 1865 to, Renie METAXI, spinster, minor, born in Zante, the daughter of Spiro and Renie Metaxi

Charles HANDS, Private, 55th Regiment, buried 31st July 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charles HANILIN, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 19 years, buried 11th February 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Edward HANLEY, died 9th September 1861, aged 25 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Edmund HANLON, executed 28th February 1874

L. HANMOURE, aged 33 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 6th May 1829

James HANN, the son of James Hann, Private, 62nd Regiment, aged 5 months, buried 21st June 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Samuel HANNA, aged 22 years, bachelor, Private, 32nd Regiment, the son of Alexander Hanna, married 22nd February 1886 to Sarah BENNETT, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Bennett

John HANNELL, born in Nova Scotia, Captain, 18th Regiment, married 28th December 1822, to Helen SOMERVILLE, the daughter of James and Maria Somerville, Collector of Land Revenue, Gozo

John HANNEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Limerick, Private, 31st Regiment, the son of John and Margaret Hanney, married 3rd May 1869 to, Sarah CHADBOURNE, 21+, born in Cornwall, the widow of Sergeant Chadbourne, 31st Regiment, and daughter of George and Betsy CRAGO

A fatal accident took place on Tuesday night, 5th January 1847, when some soldiers of the 88th Regiment were returning from Fort Ricasoli after visiting friends. Nicholas HANTON, missed his footing when stepping into the boat and fell into the water. One of his companions, James Grady plunged into the sea, but was unable to save him, and needed to be rescued himself by the Colonel's orderly, W.G. Craven. Hanton's body was found the following morning.

John Herschel HARDCASTLE, aged 21 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, the son of Henry Hardcastle, married 5th January 1892, to Gertrude Lilian Chalice STEERE, aged 22 years, widow, the daughter of George CHALICE

Catherine Sarah HARDING, baptised 26th February 1866, the daughter of Henry Joseph and Sarah Emily Harding, Private, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Ethel HARDING, baptised 20th April 1867, the daughter of Henry Joseph and Sarah Emily Harding, Private, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

William HARDING, 21+, bachelor, born in Warwick, Private, 25th Regiment, the son of Henry and Anne Harding, married 13th April 1864 to, Geannina TANTI, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Giachimo and Geannina Tanti

William Grosvenor HARDING, aged 29 years, bachelor, Captain, Lincolnshire Regiment, the son of William Septimus Harding JP, married 22nd February 1898 to, Nora MACNAMARA, aged 27 years, widow, the daughter of John Bayford BUTLER, deceased Royal Navy

Randolph Clewett HARDINGE, aged 29 years, bachelor, QMS, Royal Berkshire Regiment, the son of Abraham Hardinge, married 11th November 1891, to Ellen GODFREY, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Godfrey

Frances HARDINGE, the wife of Schoolmaster Hardinge, East Kent Militia, aged 28 years, buried 1st December 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Annie Elizabeth HARDMAN, baptised 3rd March 1860, the daughter of Salmon and Mary Anne Hardman, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Frances HARDY, aged 7 weeks, the daughter of Private John Hardy, 80th Regiment, buried 23rd August 1823

George William HARDY, aged 24 years, bachelor, born in London, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of John and Anne Hardy, married 26th November 1867 to, Jane HARVEY, aged 18 years, spinster, born in Armagh, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Harvey

Henry HARDY, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 33 years, buried 19th July 1853, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James HARDY, aged 6 months, the son of John Hardy, 80th Regiment, buried 6th April 1825

Simeon John HARDY, born 19th March 1874, the son of Florence Ellen Richardson, and Captain Simeon Harrison Hardy, 74th Highlanders

Victoire HARDY, aged 32 years, the wife of Private S. Hardy, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 22nd July 1826

John HARDYMAN, Sergeant, 77th Regiment, married 4th April 1839, to Mary EDWARDS, of Kent

Francis Augustus HARE, Lieutenant, 74th Highlanders, died suddenly at sea returning from Egypt, 2nd February 1876, aged 27 years. Born in Plymouth, Devon

The Reverend Henry HARE, served as Chaplain to the Forces, 1856

Lieutenant Richard HARE, 30th Regiment, joined the Maltese Battalion in 1800

Thomas HARE, aged 21 years, bachelor, born in Dalkeith, Scotland, Musketry Instructor, Rifle Brigade, the son of Andrew Hare, married 9th July 1861 to, Eliza PARKINSON, aged 20 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Stephen Parkinson

The Reverend William HARE, served as Chaplain to the Forces, 1849 – 1856, then was posted to Dublin

John HARLIN, 21+, bachelor, born in Dublin, Lance-Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of Henry and Catherine Harlin, married 20th January 1870 to, Mary Anne NICHOLAS, spinster, minor, born in Canada, the daughter of Joseph and Margaret Nicholas

George Frank HARLOW, aged 25 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of James Harlow, married 8th December 1896 to, Minnie Victoria HAWKINS, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of William Hawkins, Military Prison Department

Ellen HARMER, baptised 4th April 1863, the daughter of Laban and Harriet Harmer, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Harriet HARMER, baptised 4th April 1863, the daughter of Laban and Harriet Harmer, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Kate HARMER, baptised 9th July 1864, the daughter of Laban and Harriet Harmer, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Thomas James HARMER, baptised 23rd September 1865, the son of L. and Harriet Harmer, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Henry HARMON, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 1st November 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James HARMSON, Private, 57th Light Infantry, aged 27 years, buried 15th January 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

William HARN, aged 27 years, Private, 49th Regiment, buried 2nd September 1853

Caroline Margaret HARNESS, the second daughter of Henry Drury and Caroline Harness. Born 1831. She never married and lived with her widowed father until his death in 1883, then with her brother Arthur at Woolwich where she died July/September 1887, aged 56 years

Henry Drury HARNESS, Lieut-Colonel, appointed Commanding Royal Engineer in Malta 31st March 1856. He was born in Harrow, Middlesex in 1804, the son of John Harness MD. His long army career began on 24th May 1827 when he became a 2nd Lieutenant, and progressed through Captain 30th June 1843, Lieut-Colonel 13th January 1855, Colonel 3rd April 1862, Major General 6th March 1868 and full General 1st October 1877.

After passing out from the Royal Miltary Academy in Woolwich, his first overseas posting was in 1829 when he was sent to Bermuda. On returning to England in 1834 he was appointed as an Instructor at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, and stayed there for six years until moving to Chatham in 1840 as an Instructor in Surveying. In 1844 he went back to Woolwich as Professor of Fortification. In the following years he held several important posts assisting the civil authorities: the arrangement of public roads in Wales - the carrying of Royal Mail by trains - the reform of the Royal Mint. In 1852 he was appointed Commissioner of Public Works in Ireland, where he stayed for two years. He returned to England to take charge of the fortification branch of the War Office, under the Inspector General of Fortifications, until the end of the Crimean War.

He was then posted to Malta as Commanding Royal Engineer, but with the outbreak of the Indian Mutiny the following year he was needed there, and made Commanding Royal Engineer, from 1857 to 1859, during which time he was involved in operations at Cawnpore, plus the siege and capture of Lucknow. During his duty in India he was Mentioned in Despatches several times, and received the Indian Medal and clasps. He returned to England in 1860 to take up a post at Chatham again, followed by assistance to the civil authorities. He became Sir Henry Drury Harness in 1874, and retired from the Army in October 1878. He died at Barton End, Headington, Oxfordshire, aged 78 years, on 10th February 1883

He married Caroline EDMONDES, in 1828, the daughter of Thomas Edmondes, of Cowbridge, Glamorganshire. She was born 16th September 1807, and died in Woolwich 11th June 1838. They had four children. Mary Charlotte born 16th May 1829 in Bermuda, and married 19th December 1850 to Hugo Daniel Harper. Caroline Margaret born in 1831, who did not marry. William Edmondes born 3rd June 1835, died in 1874 at Worting from the effects of sunstroke in India. Worting is now absorbed into the town of Basingstoke. Arthur, born 2nd June 1838, entered the Army in 1857, and followed a military career. He was made a Major General in 1894, and Colonel Commandant of the Royal Artillery in 1906. He died 13th October 1927, a bachelor

William HARPER, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, aged 30 years, buried 17th May 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James HARRIDGE, aged 29 years, Private, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 9th July 1837

Charles HARRIS, aged 22 years, bachelor, born in Falmouth, Staff-Sergeant, the son of Richard N. Harris, married 26th June 1861 to, Mariana RICHARDS, aged 25 years, spinster, born in Gibraltar, the daughter of John Richards

Elizabeth HARRIS, the wife of Private John Harris, 68th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 26th May 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Henry HARRIS, buried 26th June 1869, aged 28 years, Private, 64th Regiment

Henry Hodgson HARRIS, baptised 23rd August 1862, the son of Charles and Marianna Harris, Staff Sergeant, Garrison Staff

James HARRIS, aged 32 years, Private, Royal Staff Corps, buried 15th March 1823

James HARRIS, a soldier of the Expeditionary Force now in the Crimea attached to the Royal Artillery, aged 27 years, buried 19th December 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Jane Catherine HARRIS, baptised 9th April 1864, the daughter of Charles and Catherine Harris, Staff Sergeant

Private Joshua HARRIS, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died from cholera, 9th September 1867, aged 30 years

Private HARRIS, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died March 1897, at Military Hospital, Gozo. Fell from a barrack room window, and died from serious injuries sustained

Adeline Alice HARRISON, born 5th October 1898, the daughter of Thomas and Jane Harrison, Sergeant Master Tailor, 1st Battalion, Suffolk Regiment

Ellen HARRISON, baptised 2nd February 1867, the daughter of William Pownall and Ann Harrison, Private, 84th Regiment

George HARRISON, baptised 15th October 1866, the son of Henry and Nora Harrison, Corporal, 60th Rifles

James HARRISON, died 22nd May 1833, aged 34 years, Private, 94th Regiment

James HARRISON, aged 26 years, Private, 92nd Regiment, buried 8th July 1840

James Walker HARRISON, baptised 1st August 1864, the son of James and Mary Jane Harrison, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

John HARRISON, aged 18 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 12th September 1824

John HARRISON, aged 27 years, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 4th October 183

Lillian Agnes HARRISON, born 24th November 1898, the daughter of George and Joanna Josephine Harrison, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Suffolk Regiment

Mary HARRISON, aged 18 months, the daughter of W. Harrison, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 2nd August 1840

Richard HARRISON, Royal Engineers. 1st Lieutenant 31st July 1855, Captain 26th July 1862, Major 3rd August 1872. He served in many battles during the Indian Mutiny 1857 to 1859, including the siege and capture of Lucknow. In 1860 he was in China, present at the siege and capture of the Taku Forts, and the advance and surrender of Pekin. Foreign service continued with South Africa in 1879, Egypt in 1882 and Sudan in 1885

Robert HARRISON, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 3rd September 1859 to, Elizabeth WOOD

Jane HARROW, aged 1 year, the daughter of Private John Harrow, 18th Regiment, buried 10th October 1823

John HART, Private, 85th Regiment, married 25th April 1826, to Mary Ann BRADLEY, of Cheltenham

Mary Ann HART, aged 25 years, the wife of John Hart, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 4th November 1828

William HART, aged 22 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 25th November 1823

William HART, Corporal, 80th Regiment, married 12th November 1827, to Sarah WALLACE

Bombardier William HART, Royal Artillery, aged 21 years, died 29th August 1891

Adam HARTLEY, aged 25 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 7th September 1824

Annie Melita HARTLEY, born 13th January 1889, the daughter of Harry and Emily Hartley, Staff Sergeant Artificer, Corps of Artificers

David HARTLEY, Private, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 18 years 9 months, buried 3rd June 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Enoch HARTLEY, aged 23 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Enoch Hartley, married 10th February 1886 to, Maria Concetta BORG, aged 15 years 9 months, spinster, the daughter of Francis Borg, Sergeant, Royal Malta Fencible Artillery

Ernest Harry HARTLEY, born 12th April 1887, the son of Harry and Emily Ann Hartley, Sergeant Artificer

Jane HARTLEY, the daughter of Lance Corporal A. Hartley, 68th Light Infantry, aged one year three months, buried 22nd October 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Frederick (Friedrich) HARTMAN, aged 25 years, bachelor, of Elbingwooden, Hanover, Germany, Musician, 14th Regiment, married 17th May 1812, to Sarah FARELEY, aged 29 years, of Collingtree, Northamptonshire, the widow of QMS John Fareley, 14th Regiment

John HARTWELL, aged 6 months, the son of John Hartwell, Bugler, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 18th November 1828

Albert Edward HARVEY, 24th Regiment, died 2nd July 1869. Whilst on guard at Porta Reale, he shot himself through the head. Although the shot was heard he was only found when the new guard came to relieve him

Elizabeth HARVEY, the daughter of Corporal Harvey, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged one year three months, buried 19th July 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George HARVEY, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 2nd September 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Henry HARVEY, Private, 23rd Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 14th March, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John HARVEY, Private, 4th Regiment, buried 1st January 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John HARVEY, born 22nd December 1875, the son of Rosa Frances and Lieutenant John Edmund Audley Harvey, 42nd Highlanders

Joseph William HARVEY, aged 1 month, the son of William Harvey, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 7th October 1826

Rebecca HARVEY, the daughter of Corporal William Harvey, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged seven weeks, buried 12th July 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Thomas HARVEY, Sergeant, 44th Regiment, from Essex, married 2nd November 1855 to, Christiana CHESTERTON, of Malta

William Henry HARVEY, the son of William Harvey, Sergeant, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged 12 months, buried 14th July 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Elizabeth HARTWELL, aged 5 months, the daughter of John Hartwell, Bugler, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 21st June 1827

Andrew HARWOOD, Lance-Corporal, 64th Regiment, died 5th September 1869. He was on guard near the Windmills and last seen at 2 a.m, but his body was found two hours later in the ditch below St.Michael’s Bastion. Inquest verdict was Accidental death.

Captain H.L. HASKELL, United States Army, 12th Infantry Regiment on board the transport ship Sheridan together with the 17th Infantry Regiment on a voyage to Manila, Philippine Islands, called at Malta from 8th March to 12th March 1899

Major-General HASSARD, died 20th July 1838 at Corfu. Commanding Royal Engineer at Corfu. Buried in the same grave as his wife and daughter who pre-deceased him

Francis HASTINGS, born 1867, the son of Susan and Michael Hastings, QMS, 38th Regiment

Francis HASTINGS, baptised 10th August 1867, the son of Michael and Susanna Hastings, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

John HATCHETT, the son of Joseph Hatchett, Private, 49th Regiment, aged one year four months, buried 24th July 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Private Walter HATFELL, Border Regiment, on 13th December 1898, with others from the same regiment was boating outside Grand Harbour near St.Elmo lighthouse, when the boat capsized. From the party of eight men, three were drowned, and the others saved by Maltese boatmen Giuseppe and Spiridione Debono. He was one of the survivors

William HATFIELD, born 1849/1850, the son of Eleanor and William Hatfield, Corporal, 69th Regiment

HAVEST, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 24th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Cecillia Priscilla HAWES, died 18th September 1854, aged 25 years, the wife of Captain G.H. Hawes, 9th Regiment. Married 13th April 1853. The daughter of the third Viscount Avonmore

Robert HAWES, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 23rd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas HAWKES, Schoolmaster, 95th Regiment, married 27th April 1826, to Barbara TWYFORD

Thomas HAWKES, aged 10 months, the son of Schoolmaster Sergeant Hawkes, 95th Regiment, buried 6th December 1827

Arthur Henry HAWKINS, the son of S.H. Hawkins, 1st Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged 14 months, buried 14th July 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John HAWKINS, aged 29 years, widower, of Waterless Willoughby, Leicestershire, Private, Royal Artillery, married 18th May 1811, to Margaret GEDDES, aged 25 years, widow of Private Samuel Geddes, 27th Regiment

John HAWKINS, Sergeant, 80th Regiment, married 10th September 1828, to Jane AVERY

Maria Theresa HAWKINS, baptised 7th July 1866, the daughter of George Walter and Anna Maria Hawkins, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery

Clara Georgina HAY, born 8th July 1855, the daughter of Captain John Charles Dalrymple and Hon. Eliza Napier Hay

David HAY, died 5th March 1841, aged 64 years. Paymaster, 88th Regiment. Formerly of 6th Dragoon Guards

Ellen HAYES, aged 9 months, the daughter of John Hayes, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 30th August 1828

John HAYLIN, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 29 years, buried 26th September 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Ethel Winifred HAYNES, born 14th May 1897, the daughter of Major Charles Edward and Elizabeth Maud Haynes, Royal Engineers

William HAYNES, Private, 57th Regiment, aged 37 years, buried 19th January 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Cornelius George HAZELEY, baptised 15th January 1865, the son of Richard and Sarah Anna Hazeley, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

George HAZELL, aged 33 years, bachelor, born in Buckinghamshire, Private, 84th Regiment, the son of Henry and Betsy Hazell, married 9th November 1865 to, Betsy DEMPSEY, aged 33 years, widow, born in Cork, the daughter of Patrick and Margaret LYNCH

Sarah HAZELL, baptised 12th October 1867, the daughter of William and Ann Mary Hazell, Sapper, Royal Engineers

George HEACOCK, aged 22 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Shropshire Regiment, the son of George Heacock, married 27th August 1884, to Emily Josephine PATCHETT, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of George Patchett

Edward John HEAD, baptised 22nd December 1860, the son of Edward and Mary Ann Head, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Sergeant John HEAD, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died from cholera, 6th September 1867, aged 29 years

Samuel Henry HEAD, aged 24 years, bachelor, Lance-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment, the son of John Head, married 25th June 1883, to Elvira AYLING, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of James Ayling

William HEAGERTY, aged 29 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 21st March 1826

Private HEAKE, found Guilty by Court Martial of breaking into the Canteen, and sentenced to 112 days imprisonment with hard labour and 50 lashes. The imprisonment was remitted, but the corporal punishment carried out on 21st September 1849

William HEALE, the son of Private Heale, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged 3 years 6 months, buried 19th May 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Private Jeremiah HEALY, 2583, 57th Regiment, awarded the Sardinian Medal in August 1857, for service in the Crimean War

William HEALY, aged 24 years, bachelor, born in Dublin, the son of John and Ann Healy, Corporal, 100th Regiment, married 17th April 1865 to, Lydia LONG, aged 20 years, spinster, born in New Romney, Kent, the daughter of William and Fanny Long

Phoebe HEANE, the daughter of Private Heane, 1st Battalion 97th Regiment, aged one year six months, buried 10th November 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James HEARD, Private, 19th Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 2nd November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charles HEARL, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, the son of Robert Hearl, married 14th December 1885, to Kate Louisa CAPLIN, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of John Caplin

John Anthony HEARN, baptised 31st March 1860, the son of Harry and Mary Ann Hearn, Staff Hospital Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Thomas Harry HEARN, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Canterbury, Kent, the son of Harry and Mary Ann Hearn, Sergeant, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 27th May 1876, to Anne SELVES, 21+, spinster, of Chatham, Kent, the daughter of Samuel and Ann Selves

Lillian Mabel Alice HEARNE, born 3rd February 1899, the daughter of James and Kate Hearne, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Suffolk Regiment

Robert HEATH, the son of Private Heath, 76th Regiment, aged one year three months, buried 9th September 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Graham Spencer HEATHCOTE, born 20th August 1877, the son of Captain Charles Graham and Ellen Gemma Heathcote, 98th Regiment

John HEATHER, 3rd Regiment, died 20th July 1853. Employed as an orderly, whilst doing light work was heard to complain about the excessive hot weather and a few moments later fell down and died

Eliza HEATON, aged 32 months, the daughter of Thomas Heaton, Royal Artillery, buried 11th October 1842

Henry HEATON, born in Malta about 1849. In 1851 living in Woolwich with his mother Grace and father Gunner William Heaton, Royal Artillery

William Smith HEATON, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, the son of Matthew Heaton deceased, married 21st May 1900, to Louisa Ann NYE, aged 19 years, spinster from Dover, Kent, the daughter of Edward Nye

James HEAZLE, aged 21 months, the son of Benjamin Heazle, Sergeant, 80th Regiment, buried 21st June 1824

Alice HEFFERNAN, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of John Heffernan, married 19th September 1888, to Francis EVANS, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Shropshire Regiment, the son of George Evans

Alice Jane HEFFERNAN, born 17th April 1866, the daughter of Mary and Major Nesbitt Heffernan, Staff Surgeon

Emily Amelia HEINEMANN, baptised 4th June 1865, the daughter of Julius and Amelia, Private, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Julius Stephen HEINEMANN, baptised 10th February 1867, the son of Julius Andrew and Amelia Heinemann, Lance Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

R. HELSDON, aged 31 years, Lance Corporal, 77th Regiment, buried 25th May 1840

Christopher Douglas HELY-HUTCHINSON, born 30th January 1885, the son of Mary and Walter Frances Hely-Hutchinson, Lieutenant Governor

Maurice Robert HELY-HUTCHINSON, baptised June 1887, the son of Mary and Walter Frances Hely-Hutchinson, Lieutenant Governor

Elijah HEMMINGS, Private, 62nd Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 11th August 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Private F. HEMMINGS, 2nd Battalion, Worcester Regiment, died 6th October 1897, in Corradino Civil Prison, where he was undergoing six months imprisonment

Thomas HEMMING, Private, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 5th June 1848, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Francis Bacon Russell HEMPHILL, Major, 1st Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 7th June 1891, aged 37 years. Born in Dublin 13th May 1854, the second son of Mr. Sergeant Hemphill QC, and Augusta Mary Hemphill, nee STANHOPE

Francis Bacon Russell HEMPHILL, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1888. Third District Grand Principal 1891

Rose Dorothy HEMSLEY, born 19th February 1899, the daughter of Ann and Arthur John Hemsley, Sub-Conductor, A.O.C.

Godfrey HEMWORTH, aged 18 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 13th February 1827

Eleanor Agnes HENDERSON, died 18th December 1831, aged 6 weeks, the daughter of Hannah and Sergeant Henderson

Ellen Elizabeth Sheppard HENDERSON, buried 20th October 1868, aged 32 years, the wife of Schoolmaster Henderson, 48th Regiment

Emily Sarah HENDERSON, baptised 24th March 1862, the daughter of George and Emily Henderson, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

James HENDERSON, aged 24 years, Private, 42nd Regiment, died 7th July 1843, drowned at Fort Tigne. His wife was Janet Henderson, nee BAIRD, of Stirling

John HENDERSON, buried 16th July 1869, aged 38 years, Schoolmaster, 48th Regiment

Peter HENDERSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Rothsay, Scotland, Private, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of John and Rachel Henderson, married 5th February 1868 to, Catherine CLARK, spinster, minor, born in Glasgow, the daughter of Rebecca and Private Thomas Clark, 14th Regiment

Robert HENDERSON, aged 33 years, Private, 70th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 29th June 1837

John HENEY, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 5th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George HENLY, aged 32 years, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 23rd March 1842

Died of diphtheria on 16th April 1872 Lieutenant Alfred HENNELL, 87th Regiment, buried in Ta Braxia cemetery

Maurice HENNESSY, Private, died ……1832, aged 23 years 4 months. Buried in Blata-Il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

John HENRY, aged 28 years, bachelor, of Hull, the son of Philip and Margaret Henry, Army Schoolmaster, 98th Regiment, married 7th December 1876, to Emma Seale BEECH, aged 22 years, spinster, from the Parish of St.Clement Dane, London, the daughter of George Frederick and Hannah Beech

William HENSHAW, aged 3 years, the son of William Henshaw, 85th Regiment, buried 11th March 1865

James HEPBURN, aged 1 month, the son of John Hepburn, 92nd Highlanders, buried 4th December 1838

Mary HEPBURN, born 3rd December 1845, the daughter of David and Mary Hepburn, nee MACKAY, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment

Henry HEPBURNE, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 1st September 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Charles Richard HERD, aged 19 months, the son of G. Herd, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 2nd August 1841

George Frederick HERD, aged 38 years, bachelor, CSM, Royal Artillery, the son of George Herd deceased, married 30th September 1891, to Mariana KOVACHICH, aged 31 years, widow, the daughter of Gaetano BORG deceased

Jane HERD, aged 25 years, the wife of Sergeant George Herd, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 30th May 1842

Basil Robinson HERON, Captain, Royal Artillery. Born Stoke Dameral, nr. Plymouth Dock, 28th November 1789. Served on Malta and Sicily, 3rd December 1805 to 8th January 1808

J. HERON, Barrack Warden, died Monday 11th July 1904 at Cottonera Hospital. He left a wife and children

Mrs HERRING, the wife of Captain H. Le Strange Herring, 100th Regiment, gave birth to a son 11th August 1866, at Verdala

Armine Bell Le Strange HERRING, baptised 24th August 1866, the son of Henry Le Strange and Mary Elizabeth Herring, Captain, 100th Regiment

John HERST, Private, 21st Regiment, died 9th October 1858, whilst a servant of Major-General Horn at Villa Portelli, Kalkara. He committed suicide after a maid in the same household rejected him in favour of a Sergeant in the 21st Regiment

Lizzie Fanny Jeannie HEWETT, baptised 10th January 1863, the daughter of Charles and Fanny Maria Hewett, Captain, 23rd Regiment

Eliza HEWITT, baptised 8th March 1863, the daughter of James and Mary Jane Hewitt, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Mary HEWITT, aged 10 months, the daughter of William Hewitt, 92nd Highlanders, buried 13th November 1837

Peter HEWITT, aged 19 years, Drummer, 80th Regiment, buried 19th October 1827

Norman Henry HEWJILL, died 20th August 1836, aged 2 months, the son of Lieutenant Percy W. Hewjill and his wife Jane, Royal Artillery

Andrew HEYWOOD, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 12th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John Thomas HIBBERD, bachelor, of Herne Bay, Kent, the son of John Thomas and Mary Ann Hibberd, Sergeant, A.S.C., married 1st July 1876, to Isabella SCOTT, spinster, of Perth, Scotland, the daughter of Charles and Ellen Scott

Warrick HIBBET, Lance Corporal, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, was sailing in a small dinghy with two companions on Sunday 17th July 1904 when it capsized close to St. Angelo rocks at the mouth of Calcara Creek. He was a non-swimmer and drowned. His body was recovered shortly after

Francis Alfred HIBBERT, baptised 27th August 1864, the son of Thomas and Sarah Ann Hibbert, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps

Elizabeth Jane HIBLEN, baptised 15th April 1860, the daughter of Edward John and Sarah Elizabeth Hiblen, Private, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

William HICKEN, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 14th August 1831, to Elizabeth ASTILL

Michael HICKEY, Gunner, No.1050, 6th Royal Artillery, found Not Guilty at his Court Martial held on 8th October 1859, of applying a brass button to an ulcer on his left leg, so delaying his cure

George William HICKS, baptised 5th May 1860, the son of Thomas and Mary Ann Hicks, Royal Artillery

James HICKS, aged 24 years, Private, Royal Sappers & Miners, died 9th November 1852. A party of the 4th company were engaged on a building at Lower St.Elmo, when he accidentally fell from a height of 40 feet into the Barracks yard. He was taken to the Royal Ordnance Hospital but only survived 8 hours after the fall. Buried with military honours, the 74th Regiment, lending their band and drummers

Private J. HICKS, Shropshire Regiment. In April 1889, together with four other privates from the same regiment, entered a grog shop and looking for trouble, attacked the owner, his wife, and daughter. A Picquet from Pembroke Camp was called and arrested them. They stood trial and Hicks was sentenced to one month Detention

William HICKS, Corporal, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 23 years, buried 16th October 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

John George HICKSON, aged 2 years, the son of Quartermaster Hickson, 73rd Regiment, buried 22nd December 1829

William Edward HIGGETT, aged 25 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 3rd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, the son of Samuel Higgett, married 15th April 1899 to, Kate ROBERTS, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Maurice Roberts

Henry Austin HIGGINS, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Manchester Regiment, the son of John Higgins, married 15th June 1882, to Eleanor PROCTOR, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Isaac Proctor

Louisa HIGGINS, baptised 18th April 1863, the daughter of Thomas and Ann Higgins, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Margaret HIGGINS, baptised 10th June 1865, the daughter of Thomas and Ann Higgins, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Thomas HIGGINS, Private, 33rd Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 1st November 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William Henry HIGGINS, baptised 30th March 1862, the son of Thomas and Anne Higgins, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Frederick HILDITCH, baptised 20th June 1863, the son of Samuel and Sarah Ellen Hilditch, Private, 22nd Regiment

Annie Florence Dora HILDYARD, born 9th July 1872, the daughter of Annie Elizabeth and Lieutenant Robert Charles Thornton Hildyard, Royal Engineers

Private HILL, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, found Guilty of insubordination at his Court Martial on 25th September 1849, sentenced to 50 lashes but this was replaced by 40 days imprisonment

Charles HILL, baptised 29th June 1861, the son of William and Ann Hill, Master Gunner, Royal Artillery

Fanny Melita HILL, born 17th February 1836, the daughter of Maria Jane and Major Hill, 53rd Regiment

Private George HILL, Border Regiment, on 13th December 1898, with others from the same regiment was boating outside Grand Harbour near the St.Elmo lighthouse, when the boat capsized. From the party of eight men, he was one of the three who drowned. The others were saved by Maltese boatmen Giuseppe and Spiridione Debono

George HILL, aged 31 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 27th December 1827

Henry HILL, aged 27 years, bachelor, of Birmingham, the son of Christopher Hill, Corporal, 98th Regiment, married 4th March 1879, to Michaela Vincentia Paula Josephia Gratia FENECH, aged 18 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Francesco and Rosa Fenech

John HILL, baptised 18th February 1861, the son of William and Harriet Alice Hill, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Moses HILL, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of John Hill, married 5th December 1894 to, Alice GRAVES, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Richard Manders Graves

Walter John HILL, baptised 23rd January 1863, the son of William and Harriet Alice Hill, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

George HILLIER, baptised 1st March 1863, the son of Isaac and Jane Hillier, Lance Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

John HILLIER, baptised 19th January 1862, the son of Isaac and Jane Hillier, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Herbert William HILLMAN, baptised 12th December 1865, the son of Edward and Mary Jane Hillman, Chaplain to the Forces

James HILLYER, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 26 years, buried 9th October 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John HIMNESS, Corporal, Royal Artillery, aged 36 years, buried 27th September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Ellen Sarah HINCHCLIFFE, baptised 29th September 1860, the daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Hinchcliffe, Sapper, Royal Engineers

Josephine Elizabeth HINDLE, baptised 3rd November 1866, the daughter of Edwin and Ann Hindle, Private, 60th Rifles

William B. HINDMAN, aged 3 months, the son of G. Hindman, 92nd Highlanders, buried 25th June 1840

Samuel HINDS, aged 24 years, Private, 70th Regiment, died from cholera, buried 23rd July 1837

Private Andrew HINES, King’s Own Regiment, drowned 14th April 1897. Together with Privates Gray and Tinsley, he was boating in Marsamuscetto Harbour when their gig accidentally capsized near Fort Manoel steps. The other two were rescued by Marine Police

Frank HINTON, born 2nd August 1862, baptised March 1891, the son of Jane Isabel and Thomas Hinton, Sergeant, Royal Berkshire Regiment

Alfred Joseph HIRD, born 9th December 1866, the son of William and Annie Marshall Hird, nee BOSWARD, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

William HIRD, 21+, bachelor, Staff-Sergeant, Royal Artillery, married 28th March 1864 to, Annie BOSWARD, spinster, from Galway, Ireland

William Thomas HIRD, born 10th March 1865, the son of William and Annie Marshall Hird, nee BOSWARD, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Jessie HIRONS, born 7th July 1896, the daughter of John and Catherine Hirons, Corporal, 1st Royal Warwick Regiment

Jeremy HIRST, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 2nd December 1823 to, Mary HUDSON, of York

Violet HIRST, born 28th February 1888, the daughter of Elizabeth and William Mears Hirst, Staff-Sergeant, Ordnance Store Department

Elizabeth HISCOCK, the daughter of Private Hiscock, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged one year two months, buried 14th July 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Jane HISCOCK, born 30th April 1848, the daughter of Catherine and Private John Hiscock, 69th Regiment

Jane HISCOCK, the daughter of Private Hiscock, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, buried 31st July 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Margaret HISCOCK, the daughter of John Hiscock, Private, 69th Regiment, aged five months, buried 7th June 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas HITCHEN, Private, 53rd Regiment, married 19th December 1834 to, Margaret TOOKSEY, of Tipperary

Private Thomas HITCHEN, died in 1835

John William HITCHINER, born 16th December 1900, the son of John William and Edith Florence Hitchiner, Corporal, 31 Coy, Royal Garrison Artillery

William HITCHMAN, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 21 years, buried 2nd November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Benjamin HOADLEY, aged 23 years, bachelor, Corporal, M.S. Corps, the son of Benjamin Hoadley, married 19th February 1887, to Concetta SCICLUNA, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Scicluna

Allen HOARE, aged 27 years, bachelor, of Cranleigh, Surrey, the son of Benjamin Hoare, Corporal, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 14th April 1879, to Elizabeth Amelia HUTCHINGS, aged 23 years, spinster, of Hoo, Kent, the daughter of John Thomas Hutchings

J. HOARE, Private, Grenadier Guards, aged 23 years, buried 7th May 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

James HOBBS, Sergeant, 10th Regiment, married 10th May 1819, to Francesca CASSARI, of Zante

George HOBSON, Sergeant, 10th Regiment, married 2nd July 1815, to Sarah BAXENDALL

Henry HOBSON, aged 24 years, bachelor, born in Sheffield, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of William and Catherine Hobson, married 24th January 1866 to, Bridget WHITE, aged 22 years, spinster, born in Kildare, the daughter of Mathew and Elizabeth White

David HOCKETT, aged 23 years, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 15th June 1842

Charles Home Stirling HOCKIN, Captain, Essex Regiment, served in Malta 1888. Born 3rd September 1859

Robert HODGE, aged 32 years, Colour Sergeant, 95th Regiment, buried 27th July 1828

Frederick William HODGES, baptised 15th September 1866, the son of Joseph Frederick and Rebecca Hodges, Lance Corporal, 60th Rifles

Albert James HODGETTS, baptised 26th January 1862, the son of James and Sarah Hodgetts, Armourer Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Ellen HODGETTS, baptised 11th February 1860, the daughter of James and Sarah Hodgetts, Armourer Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Robert HODGETTS, aged 17 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 11th October 1824

John HODGINS, born 1850/1851, the son of Catherine and John Hodgins, Colour-Sergeant, 69th Regiment

In the Civil Court on Saturday 1st February 1862, four Privates of the 3rd Regiment, The Buffs were found Guilty of assaulting a young lady in Floriana, and stealing part of her apparel. Private HOGAN, was sentenced to 7 years imprisonment, and his fellow accused Private Knibbs 6 years, Private O’Brien 5 years, and Private Clegg 5 years

Samuel HODGINS, the son of Private Hodgins, 1st Battalion, 97th Regiment, buried 7th July 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John HOGBEN, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 27 years, buried 7th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

George HOGG, aged 31 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of John Hogg, married 26th December 1887, to Elizabeth ASH, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Ash deceased

Horace HOLBACK, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, buried 2nd November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William HOLDCROFT, Rifle Brigade, died 14th August 1861. Stationed in Fort Manoel, he fell from the corridors of the Lazaretto buildings on the 5th, and fractured his skull, which resulted in death a week later at the Military hospital

Richard HOLFORD, Private, 85th Regiment, married 21st July 1826, to Mary PENEL, of Ireland

Andrew HOLLAND, aged 25 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 21st November 1826

Richard HOLLAND, Paymaster, 68th Regiment, died in 1856

Timothy HOLLAND, aged 6 months, the son of Andrew Holland, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 23rd October 1826

Amasa HOLLINGWORTH, Private, 68th Light Infantry, at his Court Martial held on 21st January 1852, he was found Guilty of kicking his knapsack, and insulting language, sentenced to 365 days hard labour. He faced another Court Martial 30th January 1852, where he was found Guilty of throwing his forage cap at his Lieut-Colonel when hearing the sentence of his first Court Martial, sentenced to 14 years Transportation, to commence at the expiration of his former sentence

Ernest Philip HOLLIS, born 17th March 1894, the son of Matthew and Georgina Hollis, Lieutenant and Quartermaster, Royal Engineers

William Perring HOLLYER, baptised 8th July 1860, Adult, the son of Joseph and Amelia Hollyer, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs.

Ester HOLLOWAY, baptised 3rd February 1866, the daughter of Thomas and Emma Holloway, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Herbert James HOLLOWAY, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Fusiliers, the son of James Holloway deceased, married 11th June 1899, to Alice WRIGHT, aged 22 years, spinster, from Lichfield, Staffordshire, the daughter of Charles Wright

Thomas HOLLY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 19 years, arrived on the Steamer Medway, from Woolwich via Gibraltar. Died 23rd August 1854, in the Lazaretto, from cholera

Captain HOLMES, 90th Light Infantry, married at Corfu, 19th October 1824 to, Amelia ROSS, the daughter of Major-General Sir Patrick Ross

Edward HOLMES, aged 23 years, Private, 88th Regiment, buried 20th December 1841

Edward HOLMES, aged 19 years, bachelor, from Norwich, Private, 14th Regiment, married 3rd February 1813, to Susannah MOORES, aged 15 years, spinster, of All Saints, Dorchester, the daughter of the late Samuel Moores, with consent of her step-father Timothy Ryan, of St.Thomas, Dublin, Private, 14th Regiment

Edward Frederick HOLMES, born 15th April 1830, the son of Amelia and Major Stephen Holmes

Francis George HOLMES, born 8th February 1834, the son of Amelia and Major Stephen Holmes

Frederica Clara Elizabeth HOLMES, born 29th March 1829, the daughter of Amelia and Major Stephen Homes, Military Secretary to H.E. the Governor

George Stephen HOLMES, the son of Private Randal Holmes, 68th Light Infantry, aged one year two months, buried 28th August 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

James HOLMES, Corporal, 41st Regiment, buried 22nd September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John Arthur HOLMES, born 22nd January 1867, the son of John James and Sarah Holmes, Colour Sergeant, 64th Regiment

Joseph HOLMES, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged fifty years eleven months, buried 28th March 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edward HOLT, born 1859/1860, the son of Elizabeth and Thomas Holt, Drummer, 7th Regiment

Richard HOLT, Corporal, 21st Regiment. On 13th January 1857 with four soldiers of the same regiment, was found Guilty of disturbing the public peace and striking and slightly wounding with their belts two seamen of HMS Swallow. Sentenced to one months detention

Thomas HOLT, Private, 57th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 2nd January 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

William HOLT, Drum Major, married 16th October 1841, to Hannah BATES

Sergeant-Major HONNER, 69th Regiment, received a silver cup on 24th March 1851, from his successor Sergeant-Major Creech, as he was leaving the regiment after 21 years service, prior to the regiment departing Malta for the West Indies

William HOOK, baptised 9th June 1861, the son of George and Harriet Hook, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps

Joel HOOPER, Colour-Sergeant, 85th Regiment, married 4th April 1826, to Mary Ann WEBB, of London

Henry HOPE, aged 1 year 3 months, the son of Sergeant Hope, 54th Regiment, buried 19th January 1847

William HOPE, bachelor, of Cramond, Edinburgh, Captain, 7th Regiment, married 14th September 1835, to Statira LIVIDOSTRO, spinster, of Greece

Charles HOPKINS, baptised 6th October 1866, the son of Charles and Susan Hopkins, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Georgina HOPKINS, baptised 24th December 1861, the daughter of Charles and Susan Hopkins, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Sapper J. HOPKINS, aged 27 years, Royal Engineers, died 6th August 1865

Victor Manly HOPKINS, died at Fort Verdala, 12th June 1866, the son of Schoolmaster J.T. Hopkins, 100th Canadian Regiment

William HOPPER, the son of Thomas Hopper, Private, 3rd Regiment, aged eleven days, buried 24th October 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William HOPPER, the son of Staff Sergeant Hopper, Medical Staff Corps, aged 18 months, buried 19th July 1892

Charles HOPWOOD, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 19th March 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Ellen HORGAN, died 3rd September 1872, aged 9 months, the daughter of John and Hannah Horgan, 18th Regiment

Maria Jane HORLER, baptised 11th February 1860, the daughter of Matthias and Emma Horler, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Matilda Adelaide HORLER, baptised 16th February 1861, the daughter of Matthias and Emma Horler, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Charles HORN, aged 30 years, bachelor, Corporal, Army Ordnance Corps, the son of William Horn, married 24th August 1899 to, Emma Jane SMITH, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Alfed Smith deceased

Charles Alfred HORN, born 9th July 1900, the son of Emma Jane and Sergeant Charles Horn, Army Ordnance Corps

Elizabeth Margaret HORN, the daughter of James Horn, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged four years ten months, buried 3rd June 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William HORN, died 2nd September 1853, 49th Regiment. Was a sentry on duty at the Victualling Yard, but he was found drowned in the water opposite his post

Mrs HORN, died 23rd November 1858, the wife of Major General Horn, of Rabat, on Gozo, of brain fever

William HORNBY, Sergeant, 47th Regiment, married 31st July 1838, to Ann Amelia GRIFFITHS

Amelia Eliza Eleanor Gwendoline HORNE, born 30th July 1871, the daughter of Laura Louisa and Captain Edmund Garland Horne, 25th Regiment

Ethel Laura Carven HORNE, the youngest child of Captain Horne, Major of Brigade, died 25th June 1866, at Tarxien

James HORNE, aged 3 weeks, the son of Sergeant James Horne, 18th Regiment, buried 14th June 1824

John HORNE, Sergeant, 10th Regiment, married 21st February 1821, to Mary EVANS

Margaret HORNE, aged 8 months, the daughter of James Horne, late Bandmaster, 18th Regiment, buried 31st August 1826

William HORROCKS, Armourer Sergeant, 3rd Regiment, married 23rd September 1858 to, Catherine FITZGERALD, from Ireland

F. HORSFORD, Lieutenant, 23rd Regiment, died Sunday 25th February 1855, aged 20 years, at the Imperial Hotel, to where he had been taken from the ship, suffering from typhoid. He lingered seven days. Buried 26th February in Campo Santo burial ground consecrated to the Roman Catholic religion

Charles HORSLEY, Private, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 23rd November 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Alice Mary HORTON, baptised 20th April 1867, the daughter of Edward Staddon and Mary Anne Horton, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Caroline HORTON, baptised 20th April 1867, the daughter of Edward Staddon and Mary Anne Horton, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

John Edward HORTON, baptised 20th April 1867, the son of Edward Staddon and Mary Anne Horton, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Joseph HORTON, aged 10 months, the son of Joseph Horton, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 30th October 1845

Joseph HORTON, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 36 years, buried 18th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John HOSKINS, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 35 years, buried 14th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Lieutenant William Henry HOTHAM, died Tuesday 5th December 1848, 44th Regiment, aged 23 years. The son of Captain Hon.G.F. Hotham Royal Navy, and nephew of the late Admiral Hotham. His remains were borne to tomb by comrades, with the bands of 44th and 69th Regiments in attendance. Born 15th June 1825

Arthur George HOUSE, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Highland Light Infantry, the son of James House deceased, married 16th December 1898 to, Lily OWEN, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Francis Egerton Owen

James HOW, the son of James How, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged ten months, buried 18th May 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Stanley James HOW, Sergeant, Army Medical Corps, baptised 27th November 1899, the son of Fanny and Sydney William How. Adult

Adolphus Henry HOWARD, aged 29 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of George William Howard, married 15th April 1883, to Mary JACOBS, aged 30 years, widow, the daughter of Antonio PUGLIESE

James HOWARD, aged 24 years, bachelor, born in Stepney, London, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of James and Maria Howard, married 22nd October 1867 to, Catherine O’BRIEN, aged 16 years, spinster, born in Rawalpindi, India, the daughter of James Michael and Catherine O’Brien

James HOWARD, aged 29 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of James Howard, married 23rd December 1883, to Francesca MAILLE, aged 29 years, widow, the daughter of Francesca Maille

Thomas HOWARTH, Private, 7th Regiment. Hung on the scaffold at the Floriana parade ground on 19th November 1831. On 5th November 1831, he murdered George Orton, aged 35 years. Colour-Sergeant, 7th Regiment, by shooting him through the head

Thomas HOWARTH, baptised 11th November 1865, the son of Edward and Mary Howarth, Private, 84th Regiment

James HOWDEN, Private, Black Watch, found Guilty at a Court Martial of offering violence to a superior officer, and striking a superior officer. He was sentenced to two years imprisonment with hard labour, and to be discharged with ignominy

John HOWARD, Corporal, 1st Royals, aged 22 years, buried 28th September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William Roper HOWARD, born 4th March 1850, the son of Mary and Lieutenant John Stanley Howard, 44th Regiment

Albert HOWE, born 17th March 1892, the son of Henry and Carmina Catherina Maria Howe, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Mary Jane HOWE, born 13th August 1884, the daughter of Henry and Carmina Howe, Gunner, Royal Artillery

William HOWE, aged 30 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried March 1824

Mary HOWES, the wife of Sergeant Howes, East Kent Militia, aged 47 years, buried 6th December 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William Henry HOWITT, baptised 6th January 1866, the son of Henry and Mary Anne Howitt, Drum Major, 84th Regiment

Robert HOWLAND, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 26 years, buried 12th January 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Daniel HOYLES, aged 29 years, Private, 70th Regiment, buried 16th October 1837

Eliza HOYLES, aged 10 days, the daughter of the late Daniel Hoyles, 70th Regiment, buried 7th November 1837

James HOYLE, aged 30 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 19th February 1829

Elizabeth HUBBERT, aged 11 months, the daughter of James Hubbert, 59th Regiment, buried 28th July 1839

Mary Ann HUBBERT, aged 6 months, the daughter of James Hubbert, 59th Regiment, buried 12th August 1837

Henry HUDSON, Private, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 23 years, buried 7th October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

James HUDSON, 21+. bachelor, born in Bessingby, Yorkshire, Captain, 84th Regiment, the son of Charlotte and Harrington Hudson, married 5th March 1867 to, Agnes Campbell SMITH, 21+, spinster, born on Norfolk Island, the second daughter of Sir J. William Smith and Lady Agnes Campbell Smith

Ellen HUGGARD (?), baptised 17th August 1867, the daughter of Joseph and Anne Huggard, Corporal, 64th Regiment

Lieutenant HUGHES, 24th Regiment, received British War Medal with a clasp for Egypt in June 1847, for service during the 1801 defeat of Napoleon’s forces

Elizabeth HUGHES, aged 7 months, the daughter of Michael Hughes, 59th Regiment, buried 16th June 1837

Harry HUGHES, aged 24 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of John Hughes, married 11th April 1882, to Maria Teresa CARUANA, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of John Andrew Caruana

Lucy HUGHES, died 18th November 1809, aged 16 days, 39th Regiment

Matthew Louis HUGHES, aged 27 years, bachelor, Surgeon-Captain, Army Medical Staff, the son of Colonel F. Hughes A.S.C. married 24th September 1894 to, Kate Winifred SIMPSON, full age, spinster, the daughter of Henry Simpson

Mrs HUGHES, the wife of Staff Sergeant Hughes, Royal Engineers, Foreman of Works, gave birth to a son on 9th June 1904

Mary Ellen HUGHES, baptised 1st February 1867, the daughter of George and Selina Hughes, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Thomas HUGHES, Private, 23rd Fusiliers, aged 30 years, buried 7th April 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William HUGHES, aged 37 years, bachelor, Gunner, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, the son of William Hughes deceased, of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, married 23rd August 1879, to Martha LEWIS, aged 32 years, spinster, the daughter of John Lewis deceased, of Charlton, Kent

Colonel Henry Thomas HUGHES-HALLETT, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1902. District Grand Master 1902. Grand Superintendent, the District Grand Chapter 1907

Henry Thomas HUGHES-HALLETT, died 11th July 1909, aged 68 years, born in Malta, Colonel retired, the youngest son of Mary and Edward Knatchbull Hughes-Hallett. Served as a Captain in the 57th (Middlesex) Regiment in the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879

James HULLET, Private, Land Transport Corps, aged 20 years, buried 3rd October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Ann HULME, baptised 2nd August 1863, the daughter of William and Susanna Hulme, Private, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Kathleen Barbara HUME, born 20th August 1892, the daughter of John James Francis and Ethel Hume, Captain, Connaught Rangers

Alexander HUMFREY, Surgeon-Major, 98th Regiment, died 8th February 1876, aged 44 years. Son of Lieut-Colonel Humfrey, of Cavanacor, Co.Donegal, Ireland. He left a widow.

Frederic James HUMM, baptised 9th September 1866, the son of Frederic William and Antonia Humm, Sapper, Royal Engineers

Edith Isabel HUMPHREY, born 21st September 1870, the daughter of Virtue and Thomas Humphrey, 31st Regiment

Ann HUMPHREYS, aged 10 months, the daughter of Private Humphreys, 77th Regiment, buried 1st November 1840

Henry HUMPHREYS, aged 8 years, the son of Henry Humphreys, 77th Regiment, buried 7th January 1840

Jane HUMPHREYS, aged 12 months, the daughter of Henry Humphreys, 77th Regiment, buried 22nd November 1841

Lewis B. HUMPHREYS, aged 3 years, the son of Samuel Humphreys, Gunner/Driver, Royal Artillery, buried 28th August 1853

Charles HUMPHRIES, the son of Charles Humphries, Private, 68th Light Infantry, buried 20th September 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

John HUMPHRIES, Private, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 3rd February 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John HUMPHRIES, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 12th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John HUMPHRIES, died about 8th November 1860, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment. Drowned in a boating accident, but three others were saved

Thomas HUMPHRIES, the son of Samuel Humphries, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 4 days, buried 10th October 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

William Davenport HUMPHRIES, of Bramhall Hall, Cheshire, Lieutenant, 94th Regiment, married 14th November 1833 to, Camilla GATT, the second daughter of Vincenzo Gatt, St.Paul’s Parish, Valletta

William R. HUNLY, aged 18 months, the son of W. Hunly, 47th Regiment, buried 26th August 1840

Elizabeth HUNT, the wife of George Hunt, Private, 54th Regiment, aged 38 years, buried 16th November 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

J.C. HUNT, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital 12th March 1899

Samuel HUNT, Royal Artillery, married 3rd June 1816, to Elizabeth SMITH, of Dorsetshire

Thomas HUNT, Private, Coldstream Guards, (Expeditionary Force), buried 23rd December 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Alfred HUNTER, the son of John Hunter, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged ten months, buried 23rd August 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Catharine HUNTER, born 26th September 1868, the daughter of John and Bernada Hunter, nee BERRERO, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Charles Henry HUNTER, baptised 9th February 1867, the son of William and Jane Hunter, Sergeant Instructor of Musketry, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Christina HUNTER, born 18th August 1852, the daughter of James and Isabella Hunter, nee CLINK, Corporal, Royal Artillery

Henry HUNTER, aged 9 months, the son of John Hunter, Royal Artillery, buried 8th January 1845

James HUNTER, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 21st May 1850 to, Isabella CLINK

John HUNTER, aged 4 years, the son of Daniel Hunter, 92nd Highlanders, buried 14th March 1837

Margaret Elizabeth HUNTER, Born 6th April 1848, the daughter of Corporal John and Rose Anne Hunter, Royal Artillery

Thomas HUNTER, born 18th November 1845, the son of John and Rose Anna Hunter, nee DOUTHELL, Corporal, Royal Artillery

Thomas HUNTER, the son of John Hunter, Corporal, Royal Artillery, aged one year eleven months, buried 15th October 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Walter Charles HUNTER, aged 22 years, bachelor, Welsh Regiment, the son of James Hunter, married 22nd June 1891, to Concetta FURNISS, aged 21 years, widow, the daughter of Giovanni CARUANA

Ann HUNTINGDON, the wife of Private Huntingdon, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 30 years, buried 30th October 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas HUNTLEY, the son of Sergeant John Huntley, 76th Regiment, aged 2 years 6 months, buried 23rd July 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Ada Blanche Mary HURST, baptised 20th October 1860, the daughter of Edward Powell and Mary Hurst, Band Master, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Percy Albert HURST, baptised 7th December 1862, the son of Edward Powell and Mary Hurst, Band Master, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

George Caleb Evans HUSBANDS, aged 22 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, the son of George James Husbands, married 6th September 1897, to Lavinia Ellen CLARKE, aged 23 years, spinster, from Stepney, London, the daughter of Edward Clarke deceased

William HUSSEY, 1054, Private, 1st Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment, Court Martialed 30th July 1890 charged with striking a superior officer. Found Guilty and sentenced to two years imprisonment with hard labour

David HUTCHISON, full age, bachelor, of Kingskettle, Fife, the son of John and Elizabeth Hutchison, Lance-Sergeant, 71st Highlanders, married 10th April 1877, to Elizabeth MARRIOTT, full age, widow, of Jersey, the daughter of John and Ann SNELLING

Joseph C. HUTCHINS, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Thomas Hutchins, married 19th June 1899, to Esther Amelia MASKELL, aged 21 years, spinster, from Canewdon, Essex, the daughter of Edward Maskell deceased

Christopher HUTCHINSON, the son of Christopher Hutchinson, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 3 months, buried 31st December 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

James HUTCHINSON, died 4th August 1854, Trooper, 2nd Dragoons. He jumped overboard from HMS Himalaya, but no reason was known for his action

Private J. HUTCHINSON, of the Detachment Medical Staff Corps, died 10th February 1897, at Cottonera Hospital due to a severe injury to his spinal cord. Aged 32 years

Susannah HUTCHINSON, the daughter of Private Hutchinson, 68th Regiment, aged one year two months, buried 26th June 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Sarah Elizabeth Lindsay HUTTON, died 10th October 1849, at her residence, aged 62 years, the wife of the late John Hutton of Acomb, Yorkshire, and Captain 88th Regiment

Sarah Jane HUTTON, died 21st August 1838, at Floriana of smallpox, aged 26 years. The eldest daughter of the late Captain John Hutton, 88th Regiment

William Henry HUTTON, died 28th September 1837, aged 23 years, the son of the late Captain John Hutton, of Acomb, Yorkshire

John HYDE, Private, 76th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 22nd January 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

John Martin HYDE, baptised 23rd June 1865, the son of John Martin and Constance Isabella Whingates Hyde, Assistant Surgeon, 84th Regiment

James HYMER, aged 22 years, bachelor, of Raysbury, Buckinghamshire, Private, 35th Regiment, married 22nd February 1812, to Elizabeth LUMLEY, aged 22 years, spinster, of Acomb, Yorkshire, the daughter of Samuel and Mary Lumley, of Pavenha, Yorkshire

Edwin Charles HYNDS, baptised 29th September 1866, the son of William and Anne Elizabeth Hynds, Battery Sergeant Major, Royal Artillery

Mabel Melita HYNES, born 11th August 1894, the daughter of Robert Lawrence Patrick and Alice Mary Rowan Hynes, Corporal, Royal Irish Rifles

Guy Ernest IGGO, born 5th November 1893, the son of Thomas George and Florence Louisa Iggo, Corporal, Royal Artillery

A. Frederick ILDER, aged 14 months, the son of Schoolmaster Sergeant Ilder, 92nd Regiment, buried 29th June 1840

Vernon Henry IMRAY, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal West Surrey Regiment, the son of William Imray, married 8th September 1894 to, Annie Bryan SMITH, aged 22 years, spinster from Wood Green, London, the daughter of Frederick Smith

Henry James INDER, baptised 3rd June 1865, the son of Robert and Mary Ann Inder, Master Gunner, Royal Artillery

William Thomas INDER, baptised 7th December 1862, the son of Robert and Mary Ann Inder, Sergeant Major, Royal Artillery

Captain INGLEFIELD, Royal Artillery, took a series of photographs, on 24th March 1857, with all the regiments in the Malta Garrison drawn up in review order on the Floriana parade ground

David INGLIS, aged 12 days, the son of Hospital Sergeant David Inglis, 80th Regiment, buried 23rd November 1826

David INGLIS, born 21st September 1844, the son of David and Elizabeth Inglis, nee ROBERTSON, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment. Twin brother of John

John INGLIS, aged 11 months, the son of David Inglis, Hospital Sergeant, 80th Regiment, buried 13th July 1825

John INGLIS, born 21st September 1844, the son of David and Elizabeth Inglis, nee ROBERTSON, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment. Twin brother of David

Robert INGLIS, Private, 92nd Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 8th October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William INGLIS, born 6th May 1843, the son of David and Elisabeth Inglis, nee ROBERTSON, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment

William INGLIS, aged 7 months, the son of Elizabeth and Sergeant David Inglis, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 12th December 1843. Born 6th May 1843

Robert INGRAM, aged 9 months, the son of Thomas Ingram, 59th Regiment, buried 12th August 1837

Ruby Cecelia INKSTER, born in 1894, the daughter of Frederick John Inkster, Army Bandmaster. He had joined the Army as a ten year old Drummer Boy in 1873

William Sutherland INNES, born 15th July 1862, the son of William and Jane Innes, nee MASTERTON, Lance-Corporal, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Constance Sybil IRELAND, born 31st March 1882, the daughter of Captain Robert Magaw and Evelina Alice Ireland, A.P.D.

Reuben IRESON, Private, 97th Regiment, buried 16th April 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

James Napper IRVINE, Surgeon, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, buried 22nd February 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Deborah Jane IRVING, born 15th December 1863, the daughter of John and Jane Irving, Master Gunner, Royal Artillery

George Clerk IRVING, born in England. A Captain in the Medical Staff Corps serving in Cyprus in 1867. Promoted to Surgeon-Major, on 1st April 1879. He died 22nd October 1885, aged 40 years

Harry IRVING, Sergeant, married 8th March 1842, to Ruth BUSKELL

Henry Augustus IRVIN, 21+, bachelor, of Roscommon, Ireland, the son of John and Anne Irvin, Corporal, 74th Regiment, married 25th June 1876, to Edith Elizabeth MARSH, 21+, spinster, of Andover, Hampshire, the daughter of Joseph and Mary Marsh

Henry IRVIN, aged 24 years, Private, 88th Regiment, buried 24th August 1845

Elizabeth Mira IRWIN, born 31st October 1846, the daughter of Eliza and Captain William Irwin, 88th Regiment

James N. IRWIN, died 21st February 1847, Surgeon, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, at the Cottonera Military Hospital, from a burst blood vessel. He had recently arrived in Malta

John IRWIN, died in 1830, Private, 73rd Regiment

Robert IRWIN, baptised 29th April 1804, the son of Eleanor and Joseph Irwin, 27th Regiment

Thomas IRWIN, Private, 97th Regiment, married 11th October 1847, to Jane BRAND, of Ireland

David ISAACS, baptised 10th April 1865, the son of Aaron and Hannah Isaacs, Private, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Jeremiah ISAACSON, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 29 years, buried 23rd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Abel ISHERWOOD, 21+, bachelor, Corporal, 88th Regiment, born in Lancashire, married 30th June 1845, to Anna Maria JESSOP, minor with her mother’s consent, born Dublin, the daughter of the late Robert and Eliza Jessop

John IVES, died 5th February 1809, aged 40 years, 31st Regiment

John William IVORY, born 24th August 1899, the son of Charles and Charlotte Ivory, Barrack Warden, A.S.C.

Mary JACK, aged 6 months, the daughter of William Jack, 92nd Regiment, buried 28th August 1838

Barton Edward JACKMAN, aged 23 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery, married 8th May 1900, to Emily DORE, aged 26 years, spinster, of Ashley, Isle of Wight, the daughter of Charles Dore

William JACKMAN, aged 2 years, the son of John Jackman, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 5th July 1824

Alice Mary JACKSON, baptised 4th October 1867, the daughter of Peter Nevill and Mary Jackson, Army Staff Surgeon

Alesander JACKSON, Private, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 30th December 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Arthur Robert JACKSON, baptised 13th August 1864, the son of Robert and Rachel Jackson, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

David Robert Henry JACKSON, born 9th July 1883, the son of James Henry and Margaret Jackson, Captain, A.P.D.

George James JACKSON, baptised 27th October 1866, the son of Robert and Rachel Jackson, Hospital Sergeant, Royal Artillery

James Henry JACKSON, Chief Paymaster, District Paymaster in 1899

John JACKSON, aged 24 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 26th January 1828

John JACKSON, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years, died 22nd August 1854, in the Lazaretto, from cholera. Arrived on the Steamer Medway, from Woolwich via Gibraltar

John Henry JACKSON, the son of Private Jackson, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 5 years, buried 15th October 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

John M. JACKSON, Corporal, 14th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 1st December 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John Thomas Alexander JACKSON, baptised 25th December 1860, the son of James and Mary Ann Jackson, Drum Major, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Joseph George JACKSON, died 31st August 1810, aged 13 months, 10th Regiment

Lilian Edna Jessie JACKSON, born 23rd February 1880, the daughter of Martha Elizabeth and Sergeant William Henry Jackson, Royal Artillery

P. Nevill JACKSON, Surgeon, 31st Regiment, his wife gave birth to a daughter 24th October 1868 at St.Julians

Rose Emilie JACKSON, baptised by the Bishop of Gibraltar, 2nd December 1868, the daughter of Mary and Peter Nevill Jackson, Surgeon, Army Medical Department

William JACKSON, Sergeant, 10th Regiment, married 6th May 1814, to Mary BARNET

William JACKSON, Private, Welsh Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 25th July 1892

William Henry JACKSON, born 11th January 1882, the son of Martha Elizabeth and Sergeant William Henry Jackson, Royal Artillery

Hannah JAMES, aged 26 years, the wife of James James, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 25th November 1827

John JAMES, Lieutenant, 85th Regiment, the eldest son of John James Esq., of Shelford, Cambridgeshire, married 14th March 1829, to Susannah Amy Anne GARDNER, the third daughter of Colonel the Hon. W.H. Gardner, and niece of the late Vice-Admiral Lord Viscount Gardner

John William JAMES, baptised 7th January 1865, the son of Samuel and Elizabeth James, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Thomas JAMES, died 16th May 1831, aged 37 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade

William JAMES, 48th Regiment, died 26th November 1802

Major William Lancelot JAMES, Royal Lancashire Regiment, District Inspector of Musketry in 1899

William Mawer JAMES, aged 44 years, bachelor, Surgeon-Major, A.M.S., the son of Joseph Gillam James, married 22nd March 1893, to Ethel Frances LOW, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of David Low

Major W.R. JAMES, Churchwarden at Holy Trinity Church, Rudolph Street, Sliema, in 1899

Alexander JAMIESON. Originally joined the Royal Navy, but transferred to the Army as a surgeon. In December 1799 he accompanied the first British troops to Malta, and in February 1800 set up the General Hospital in Zejtun at the house of Agostino Formosa de Fremeaux. In April 1800 he was appointed Assistant Inspector of Army Hospitals, and was head of Medical Staff Officers. He died in Sudbury, Norfolk, 4th March 1810

Robert JAMISON, Private, 77th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 2nd June 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Alexander JARDINE, aged 2 days, the son of George Jardine, 92nd Regiment, buried 20th November 1838

John JARRETT, Sergeant, 10th Regiment, married 14th February 1821 to Sarah PEARSON

Private William JARRETT, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died of cholera 11th September 1867, aged 20 years

William JARRETT, aged 8 months, the son of Christopher Jarrett, 59th Regiment, buried 2nd January 1839

A. JARVIS, Colour Sergeant, Orderly Room Clerk, 1st Royal Garrison Regiment, died in Valletta Station Hospital on Sunday 27th March 1904. He left a widow and children

Charles Elijah JARVIS, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Woolwich, the son of Charles and Margaret Jarvis, Corporal, Army Hospital Corps, married 30th January 1878, to Maria Carmela BRINCAT, aged 22 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Andrea and Anna Brincat

John JARVIS, aged 25 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 30th September 1824

Charles Edward JEFFCOCK, Lieutenant, 31st Regiment, died 7th April 1857, whilst encamped at St. George's Bay. Found in a pool of blood with a revolver by his side

Daniel Hedrick JEFFERY, baptised 3rd March 1861, the son of Thomas and Mary Jeffery, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Edmund Frederick JEFFREYS, born Friday 1st October 1846, the son of Mary Vand and Major Edmund Richard Jeffreys, 88th Regiment

L. JEFFRIES, Cameron Highlanders, aged 20 years, buried 31st January 1893

Mary Matilda JEFFERIES, baptised 18th April 1863, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Jefferies, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Edith Sophia JEFFERY, baptised 14th January 1865, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Jeffery, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

William JEFFS, died 30th July 1807, 39th Regiment

Charles JENKINS, born 1874, the son of Clara and QMS Henry Jenkins, Royal Engineers. In 1881 he was living with his family in Plumstead, Kent.

Elizabeth JENKINS, aged 1 year, the daughter of John Jenkins, 95th Regiment, buried 28th September 1825

George JENKINS, aged 35 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 27th February 1827

John JENKINS, aged 17 months, the son of John Jenkins, 95th Regiment, buried 22nd August 1827

John JENKINS, aged 28 years, Sergeant, 95th Regiment, buried 1st February 1829

Joseph JENKINS, born 1871, the son of Clara and QMS Henry Jenkins, Royal Engineers. In 1881 he was living with his family in Plumstead, Kent.

Rhoda Alice JENKINS, baptised 26th February 1860, the daughter of Henry and Hannah Jenkins, Quartermaster Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Thomas William Henry JENKINS, born 9th September 1867, the son of William and Eliza Jenkins, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

William JENKINS, 23rd Regiment, on 28th January 1862 in the Civil Court he was found Guilty of robbing a Greek Seaman at Bormla, of eight Sicilian Dollars, and was sentenced to four years Hard Labour

George JENNINGS, aged 33 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 4th February 1824

John JENNINGS, aged 6 months, the son of William Jennings, 77th Regiment, buried 7th August 1840

John Martin JENKINSON, baptised 6th January 1866, the son of John and Sarah Jenkinson, Sergeant, 84th Regiment

James JERVIS, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 32 years, buried 31st July 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Amelia Eliza JESSE, baptised 6th January 1861, the daughter of John Charles and Amelia Jesse, Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

John Charles JESSE, Corporal, Rifle Brigade, married March 1859, to Amelia NICKSON, of Ireland.

Florence JESSIMAN, aged 1 month, Royal Artillery, buried 10th December 1891

Robert JEVERS, Drum Major, 21st Regiment, married 25th September 1858, to Elizabeth STURGEON, of Suffolk

Died Ann JEWITT, (twin) the daughter of Jonathan and Ann Jewitt, 61st Regiment

Died Jonathan JEWITT, (twin) the son of Jonathan and Ann Jewitt, 61st Regiment

John JOBBETT, aged 18 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 30th August 1824

William JOBSON, died 11th December 1812, aged 20 months, 14th Regiment

Anne JOHN, aged 29 years, the wife of John John, Sergeant, 95th Regiment, buried 25th October 1827

John JOHN, aged 25 days, the son of John John, Sergeant, 95th Regiment, buried 7th November 1827

Alberta Lillie Melita Annie JOHNSON, born 27th March 1896, the daughter of Captain William and Albertha Louise Johnson, A.S.C.

Benjamin JOHNSON, aged 30 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 10th Regiment, the son of John Johnson, married 1st March 1881, to Rose Anne CARROLL, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Patrick Carroll

Caroline JOHNSON, aged 7 months, the daughter of Private William Johnson, 59th Regiment, buried 5th June 1838

Claude Ernest JOHNSON, the son of Sergeant Johnson, Royal Engineers, aged 10 months, buried 24th July 1892

Edward JOHNSON, Private, 85th Regiment, married 25th November 1830, to Ellen WILLIAMSON

Edwin JOHNSON, aged 27 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Engineers, born Surrey, the son of Thomas and Eliza Johnson, married 1st January 1866 to, Eliza RAWLINGS, aged 21 years, widow, born in America, the daughter of Joseph and Eliza TOWSEY

Eliza Anne JOHNSON, baptised 2nd November 1862, the daughter of William and Charlotte Johnson, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Elizabeth JOHNSON, aged 22 years, widow, born Northampton, the daughter of James and Rebecca COOPER

Captain C.G. JOHNSON, Royal Artillery, his wife gave birth to a son in Valletta, 17th August 1869

Edwin Joseph JOHNSON, baptised 14th April 1866, the son of Edwin and Eliza Johnson, Corporal, Royal Engineers

George JOHNSON, died 23rd August 1805, the son of Lieut-Colonel Johnson, 58th Regiment

George William JOHNSON, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 8th July 1862. While surveying St.Francis Bastion, Floriana, fell from height of 80 feet into the ditch below, sustained multiple fractures from which he died next day in the Civil Hospital

Henry JOHNSON, Private, 1st Regiment, aged 17 years, buried 30th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

James JOHNSON, Private, 14th Regiment, died 10th September 1867, at Fort Manoel. Committed suicide by shooting himself

Jos. JOHNSON, aged 23 years, Corporal, C Company, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 30th September 1896

Leonard Albert William JOHNSON, born 3rd November 1894, the son of Captain William and Albertha Louise Johnson, A.S.C.

Mary JOHNSON, baptised 15th June 1865, the daughter of William and Charlotte Johnson, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Osmond Moncrieff JOHNSON, 21+, bachelor, born in the Isle of Wight, 98th Prince of Wales Regiment, the son of Osmond Johnson, married 17th November 1877, to Louisa Maria HARRY, 21+, spinster, born in England, the daughter of John Deacon Harry

Private Robert JOHNSON, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died of cholera 15th September 1867, aged 25 years

Robert JOHNSON, Private, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 25 years 11 months, buried 9th December 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Ruth Louisa Caroline JOHNSON, born 12th January 1879, the daughter of Captain Osmond Moncrieff and Louisa Elisabeth Maria Johnson, 98th Regiment

Thomas JOHNSON, 31st Regiment, married 20th April 1816 to Mary KARR

William JOHNSON, Private, 73rd Regiment, the son of John Johnston, born in Sunderland, died 5th January 1834

Edward JOHNSTON, died 19th November 1805, 39th Regiment

Elizabeth JOHNSTON, aged 10 days, the daughter of William Johnston, Corporal, 59th Regiment, buried 9th September 1839

Esther JOHNSTON, aged 1 month, the daughter of William Johnston, Corporal, 59th Regiment, buried 13th May 1841

George JOHNSTON, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 27th November 1841

George JOHNSTON, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 40 years, buried 3rd February 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

George JOHNSTON, 21+, bachelor, of Sheffield Green, Hampshire, the son of William and Mary Johnston, Sergeant, 28th Regiment, married 25th October 1875, to Florence Amelia HURST, 21+, spinster, of Worcester, the daughter of Edward and Mary Hurst

James JOHNSTON, Lieut-Colonel, 8th Regiment, died 29th December 1865 at Fort Manoel, after a long illness

John JOHNSTON, Gunner, R.A., died 4th April 1807, defending his post at the Powder Magazine, Fort Ricasoli, against a group of foreign mutineers, of the Froberg regiment

John JOHNSTON, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 20 years 7 months, buried 5th September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary Jane JOHNSTON, baptised 19th January 1862, the daughter of Aaron and Rosina Johnston, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Mary JOHNSTON, died 18th June 1832, aged 30 years, the wife of William Johnston, 42nd Regiment

Robert JOHNSTON, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 25th September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Alexander JOHNSTONE, aged 24 years, bachelor, born in Glenhead, Scotland, Sergeant, 48th Regiment, the son of Joshua and Mary Johnstone, married 25th October 1870 to, Mary DOWLING, aged 24 years, spinster, born in Dublin, the daughter of Peter and Ann Dowling

Edward JOHNSTONE, aged 18 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 15th October 1824

James JOHNSTONE, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 28th June 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John JOHNSTONE, Colour Sergeant, 44th Regiment, aged 29 years, buried 26th June 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Albert Orontes JONES, baptised 29th July 1865, the son of William and Augusta Jones, Sergeant Major, 29th Regiment

Benjamin JONES, the son of Private W. Jones, 68th Light Infantry, aged two months, buried 17th November 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charles Allen Maurice JONES, born 3rd October 1895, the son of Reverend Maurice and Emily Sabine Jones, Chaplain to the Forces

Charles James JONES, the son of Thomas Jones, Sergeant, 62nd Regiment, aged 6 years, buried 7th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charlotte Ann JONES, the daughter of Mary Ann and Samuel Jones, born in Malta about 1878. Living with her parents and family at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley, Hampshire, in 1881. Her father was a 2nd Corporal, Army Hospital Corps

Constance Ada Sarah JONES, baptised 5th September 1865, the daughter of Samuel and Catherine Frances Jones, Hospital Sergeant, 84th Regiment

David JONES, aged 21 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 28th December 1823

Evan JONES, aged 36 years, bachelor, born in Llanluthlen, Private, 25th Regiment, the son of John Jones, married 17th September 1863 to, Margaret CILIA, aged 22 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Michael Cilia

Fanny JONES, died 27th December 1864, aged 26 years, the wife of W. Jones, Quartermaster, 22nd Regiment

George JONES, Private, 90th Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 22nd September 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Henry JONES, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 16th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John JONES, died 19th November 1819, aged 42 years, Private, 62nd Regiment

John JONES, Private, 7th Regiment, married 6th April 1831, to Ann KIRBY

John JONES, aged 30 years, Drum Major, 47th Regiment, buried 31st July 1839

John JONES, Private, 23rd Regiment, buried 27th April 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John JONES, Private, 2nd Battalion 1st Royals, buried 1st March 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

John JONES, aged 25 years, bachelor, from Waterford, Ireland, the son of Henry and Mary Ann Jones, Lance-Corporal, 28th Regiment, married 16th August 1875, to Elisabeth DUNN, aged 24 years, widow, of Kilkenny, Ireland, the daughter of Michael and Margaret MULLINS

Joseph JONES, Private, 4th (The King's Own) Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 13th April 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Kenneth Wyn Maurice JONES, born 31st August 1898, the son of Emily Sabine and the Reverend Maurice Jones, Chaplain to the Forces

Maurice JONES, aged 31 years, widower, Clerk in Holy Orders, Chaplain to the Forces, the son of William Jones, married 29th September 1894, to Emily Sabine LONGMORE, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Colonel Charles Matthew Longmore, Bengal Staff Corps

Philip JONES, Private, 28th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial on 5th February 1857, of striking a superior officer, and habitual drunkeness, sentenced to 4 years penal servitude

Richard JONES, Sergeant, 7th Regiment, married 4th January 1834, to Jane McGURREN

Richard JONES, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 13th March 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Richard JONES, aged 28 years, bachelor, of Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, the son of Samuel and Charlotte Jones, Corporal, Army Hospital Corps, married 1st January 1877, to Mary Ann O'LEARY, aged 17 years, spinster, of Brighton, Sussex, the daughter of Daniel and Rachael O'Leary

Samuel JONES, Private, 85th Regiment, married 16th May 1826, to Isabella HEWETT, of Galloway

Thomas JONES, aged 17 months, the son of Thomas Jones, 85th Regiment, buried 3rd August 1824

Thomas JONES, the son of Thomas Jones, Colour Sergeant, 62nd Regiment, aged 11 years, buried 13th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Walter Graham JONES, died 15th November 1833, aged 9 months, the youngest son of Captain H. Jones, Royal Engineers

William JONES, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Birmingham, Corporal, 44th Regiment, married 3rd February 1813, to Mary Ann LYNCH, aged 27 years, of St.Mary, Dublin, the widow of Private Alexander Lynch, 44th Regiment

William JONES, aged 21 years, Private, 70th Regiment, buried 21st May 1837

William JONES, aged 28 years, Private, 88th Regiment, buried 8th March 1845

William JONES, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 5th February 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William JONES, 21+, bachelor, born in Cheltenham, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Charles Jones, married 28th September 1868 to, Mary Ann MORINALL, aged 17 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Ferdinand Morinall

William JONES, 21+, bachelor, of Armagh, the son of John and Ann Jones, Corporal, 28th Regiment, married 29th November 1875, to Jane SOMERS, aged 19 years, spinster, of Sheerness, Kent, the daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Somers

William Henry JONES, the son of W. Jones, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 2 years 10 months, buried 13th November 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

William Henry JONES, aged 26 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Berkshire Regiment, the son of William Jones, married 5th January 1889, to Annie Jane JAMES, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Henry James

William JONSEY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 36 years, buried 30th October 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

John Humphrey JORDAN, baptised 22nd December 1866, the son of William and Elizabeth Jordan, Corporal, Royal Engineers

John JORDAN, 21+, bachelor, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 69th Regiment, born Manchester, married 15th August 1849, to Mary BARNICKLE, minor, born Westminster, London, with the consent of her father James Barnickle, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment

Martin JORDAN, Soldier, 69th Regiment, arrived on HM Blenheim, from England. Died 7th January 1848, in Fort Manoel, and buried in the Lazaretto

Mary Ann JORDAN, died 13th October 1849, the daughter of Thomas and Caterina Jordan. Brought from Fort Manoel for burial in the Lazaretto. Her father was a soldier

William JORDAN, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 21st July 1850, by Reverend J. Stuart Robson, Chaplain HM Dockyard

Hugh JUDD, 35th Regiment, died 17th September 1804

Levi JUDEN, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 21 years, buried 27th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John JUSTICE, Private, 59th Regiment, died 23rd May 1837 

John JUSTICE, aged 34 years, Private, 59th Regiment, buried 23rd May 1837

John KANE, died 4th February 1874, aged 36 years, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 18th Regiment, The Royal Irish

Mary Ann KANE, aged 2 years, the daughter of James Kane, 59th Regiment, buried 29th June 1837

John KAY, 21+, bachelor, of Woodwalton, Huntingdonshire, the son of Richard and Jane Kay, Private, 31st Regiment, married 15th March 1872, to Carmena MULVENEY, 21+, widow, born Malta, the daughter of Vincenzo and Caterina BIRCH

William KAY, aged 29 years, Private, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 25th July 1837

H.L.L. KAYE, Lieutenant and Adjutant, 47th Regiment, died from cholera, buried 27th June 1837

Elizabeth KEAL, aged 1 year, the daughter of a soldier in the 47th Regiment, buried March 1839

Thomas KEALE, aged 28 years, Private, 47th Regiment, buried July 1839

John Bernard KEANE, 21+, bachelor, born in Cork, Rifle Instructor, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, the son of Martin and Catherine Keane, married 24th August 1863 to, Susan Ellen MONROE, 21+, spinster, born in Corfu, the daughter of Hugh and Susan Monroe

Henry KEARNEY, aged 27 years, Corporal, 95th Regiment, buried 22nd July 1826

Thomas KEARNEY, Private, 95th Regiment, died 17th July 1827, aged 21 years. Buried in the Blata-i-Bjada Cemetery

Captain KEATE, Royal Artillery, a daughter born 11th February 1862 at 187 Strada Reale, Valletta

Melita Emma KEATE, baptised 4th April 1862, the daughter of Edward and Margaret Florence Keate, Captain, Royal Artillery

Fanny KEATES, baptised 11th August 1860, the daughter of John and Annie Keates, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

James KEATING, Private, 68th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 25th December 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Isabella KEATES, baptised 3rd May 1863, the daughter of John and Annie Keates, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Patrick KEEF, died 9th August 1867, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment, committed suicide in the barrack room at Verdala Barracks, by shooting himself

James John KEEFE, baptised 14th December 1861, the son of John and Louisa Rebecca Keefe, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

John KEEFE, died 25th October 1808, aged 31 years, 31st Regiment

Charles KEEL, Commissariat Branch of Army Work Corps, buried 10th August 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

Frederick KEEN, Private, 41st Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 25th May 1853, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Harry KEENE, aged 24 years, bachelor, Lance-Corporal, Army Hospital Corps, the son of Joseph Thomas Keene, married 18th September 1884, to Rosa CORDINA, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Vincenzo Cordina

Mary KEEPONCE, the wife of George Keeponce, Private, 62nd Regiment, aged 29 years, buried 30th June 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John KEFFORD, aged 34 years, bachelor, Corporal, Military Police, the son of John Kefford deceased, married 17th October 1898 to, Jessie Ann ADDY, aged 27 years, spinster, from Norwich, the daughter of George Addy

Norman Arthur KEFFORD, born 24th September 1899, the son of Sergeant John and Jessie Ann Kefford, M.F.P.

Private KEHOE, found Guilty at his Court Martial in September 1849 of habitual drunkeness, and sentenced to four months imprisonment and stoppage of 1d per day for twelve months

Patrick KEILEY, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, committed suicide at Pembroke Camp. Shot himself with his musket 6th June 1866

Frederick KEITCH, aged 24 years, bachelor, Private, 32nd D.C.L.I., the son of Abraham Keitch, married 6th July 1887, to Giuseppa WILLIS, aged 24 years, widow, the daughter of Charles BUSUTTIL

Sergeant Edward KEITH, 7th Regiment, then in Ionian Islands, was transfered in April 1826, to the 95th Regiment with the rank of Quartermaster Sergeant

Frederick KELLAWAY, born 10th May 1854, the son of Susan and John Kellaway, Colour Sergeant, 62nd Regiment

Frank KELLEWAY, aged 28 years, bachelor, Soldier, the son of Thomas Kelleway, married 17th May 1880, to Catherine HOSEGOOD, aged 27 years, widow, the daughter of John O'BRIEN

Charles KELLSEY, the son of Charles Kellsey, Biscuit Baker to the Commissariat, aged 15 months, buried 6th October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charles KELLY, aged 25 years, bachelor, born Bombay, East Indies, the son of Michael and Amelia Kelly, Band Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 18th Royal Irish Regiment, married 19th January 1874, to Maria RODDY, minor, with her parents consent, from Templemore, Ireland, the daughter of James and Anne Roddy

Emily KELLY, baptised 18th August 1866, the daughter of John and Maria Kelly, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Helen KELLY, aged 3 years, the daughter of Private James Kelly, 80th Regiment, buried 21st October 1823

Henry KELLY, Private, 59th Regiment, married 8th January 1838, to Mary KELLY

Henry KELLY, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 34 years, buried 25th May 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Isabella KELLY, aged 21 months, the daughter of John Kelly, 19th Regiment, buried 18th March 1841

John KELLY, born 1840/1841, the son of Elizabeth and James Kelly, Private, 47th Regiment

John KELLY, aged 22 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, born St.Johns, New Brunswick, the son of Dennis and Ann Kelly, married 1st February 1864, to Maria BLACKIE, aged 18 years, spinster, born Woolwich, the daughter of Robert and Catherine Blackie

John Parsons KELLY, aged 32 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Royal Irish Regiment, the son of John Kelly, married 5th January 1885, to Lucy Anne SMITH, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Edmond Smith

Joseph KELLY, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years, buried 22nd November 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Joseph KELLY, Private, 93rd Regiment, buried 19th January 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Kate KELLY, baptised 17th December 1864, the daughter of John and Maria Kelly, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Lewis KELLY, 21+, bachelor, Corporal, 2nd Battery, Royal Artillery, born Greenwich, Kent, the son of Lewis and Mary Kelly, married 17th January 1867 to, Mary BALZAN, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Calcidonia and Lucia Balzan

Michael KELLY, baptised 26th January 1806, the son of Ann and John Kelly, 35th Regiment

Michael KELLY, Private, 85th Regiment, married 1st April 1829 to, Mary Ann MURPHY

Patrick KELLY, died 5th June 1866, aged 25 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment at Pembroke Barracks. He committed suicide and left a letter for his brother and sister. He had been reduced in rank for drunkeness and this had disturbed him

William KELLY, aged 1 year, the son of James Kelly, Corporal, 80th Regiment, buried 18th June 1824

William KELLY, aged 26 years, bachelor, born in Dublin, Acting Sergeant-Major, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of Alexander and Ann Kelly, married 20th February 1866 to, Catherine THACKERY, aged 18 years, spinster, born in Australia, the daughter of Henry and Mary Anne Thackery

Mrs KELSALL, the wife of Major Kelsall, 70th Regiment, gave birth to a son, 14th July 1837

Edward KELSALL, aged 3 months, the son of Lieutenant E. Kelsall, 70th Regiment, buried 31st August 1837

Harriet KELTY, aged 4 years, the daughter of Sergeant Adam Kelty, Royal Artillery, buried 8th February 1844

Robert KEMP, Private, 31st Regiment, married 16th November 1817, to Teresa COSTA, of Genoa

Thomas KEMP, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 3rd April 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William KEMP, aged 28 years, bachelor, born in Plymouth, Private, Army Hospital Corps, the son of Benjamin and Sarah Kemp, married 2nd January 1868 to, Sarah BALL, aged 28 years, spinster, born in Plymouth, the daughter of James and Grace Ball

Thomas KEMPTON, 52nd Regiment, died 25th November 1869 at Pembroke Camp. A comrade feeling in the dark for matches to light his pipe put his hand in a pool of liquid. It was the blood of Thomas Kempton who had cut his throat with a razor. He had been suffering from fever, but was recovering. That morning at shooting practice he was disappointed at his performance

James KENDALL, the son of Henry Kendall, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 1 year 4 months, buried 19th June 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

John KENDALL, died 5th October 1808, aged 32 years, 31st Regiment

John KENDALL, aged 27 years, bachelor, of Cornwall, the son of John and Elizabeth Kendall, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 13th Regiment, married 13th August 1874, to Mary Susan BUSHELL, aged 24 years, spinster, of Gosport, the daughter of Henry and Mary Bushell

Daniel KENNEDY, died 16th July 1811, aged 19 years, Private, 14th Regiment

Hugh KENNEDY, 3rd Punjabi Cavalry, the son of General Sir Michael Kennedy, married 8th October 1888 in Bombay, to Laura Evelyn SAMMUT, the daughter of J.B. Sammut MD, of Sliema

John KENNEDY, aged 28 years, Sergeant, 92nd Highlanders, died of cholera, buried 24th July 1837

John KENNEDY, Private, 42nd Regiment, Court Martial held on 13th October 1843, found Guilty of violent and threatening language, sentenced Transportation for Life

John KENNEDY, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years, buried 14th August 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Robert Hugh KENNEDY, died 5th February 1864, aged 17 years, the eldest son of Colonel Kennedy, commanding Royal Artillery. Buried in Ta Braxia cemetery

Catherine KENNY, the wife of William Kenny, Private, 62nd Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 3rd October 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Henry Courtney KENNY, aged 1 day, the son of Major E.E. Kenny, buried 6th October 1826

Henry Shearman KENNY, baptised 13th January 1861, the son of James and Sarah Kenny, Paymaster's Clerk, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

John KENNY, the son of William Kenny, Private, 62nd Regiment, aged 3 months, buried 4th October 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Private John KENNY, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died of cholera, 15th October 1867, aged 18 years

Richard Joseph Sigismund KENNY, baptised 30th June 1860, the son of Richard and Maria Kenny, Schoolmaster, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Thomas Edmund Charles KENYON, baptised 2nd December 1860, the son of Thomas and Jane Louisa Kenyon, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Thomas KERBY, aged 21 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 29th January 1825

John KERR, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, married 10th August 1859 to, Amelia TODD

John KERR, baptised 22nd December 1860, the son of John and Amelia Kerr, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

William KERR, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 25th November 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Henry KETTLE, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years, buried 10th February 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Sophia KETTLE, the daughter of Robert Kettle, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, aged one year seven days, buried 22nd July 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William Richard KEY, 21+, bachelor, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery, born Grays, Essex, the of Thomas and Maria Key, married 21st January 1867, to Sarah Jane BRITTAIN, 21+, spinster, born in Scarborough, Yorkshire, the daughter of Richard and Margaret Brittain

Lieutenant H.L.L. KEYE, 47th Regiment, died 27th June 1837, from cholera

George KEYWORTH, born 26th August 1867, the son of James and Elizabeth Keyworth, Battery Sergeant Major

Mary Jane KIDD, born 3rd January 1867, the daughter of James and Jessie Kidd, nee THOMSON, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Private Joseph KIDWELL, 31st Regiment, found Guilty at Garrison Court Martial 25th November 1816, sentenced to 300 lashes

John Edwin KILBURN, baptised 29th September 1860, the son of Robert and Agnes Kilburn, Sapper, Royal Engineers

Robert KILBURN, Sapper, Royal Engineers, married 9th August 1859 to, Agnes LEDKIN

Michael KILDERRY, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, died 13th December 1860, from injuries received the night before when he fell from the roof of Dockyard buildings whilst on sentry duty

Corporal Timothy KILFOYLE, 7th Regiment, then in Ionian Islands, was transfered in April 1826, to the 95th Regiment with the rank of Sergeant

Jane KILLEEN, born 20th August 1871, the daughter of Harriett and Peter Killeen, 31st Regiment. Baptised 15th September by Reverend A. Piriotti. Roman Catholic Chaplain

Peter KILLEEN, born 6th February 1870, the son of Harriett and Peter Killeen, 31st

Regiment. Baptised 13th June, by Reverend G.A. Bonello, Roman Catholic Chaplain

David KILLIN, Rifle Brigade, married 5th August 1829, to Mary COOK, of Yorkshire

William KILPACK, the son of Sergeant Kilpack, 68th Light Infantry, aged six months, buried 26th October 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary KILPATRICK, aged 14 days, the daughter of William Kilpatrick, Corporal, 47th Regiment, buried 19th December 1839

Francis H. KILVINGTON, died 23rd February 1855, aged 37 years. Captain, 62nd Regiment. The only son of the late Reverend Orfeur William Kilvington, vicar of Brignal, Yorkshire and the Hon. Margaret his wife. Died on board the Steamer Melita, shortly after it entered the harbour

Thomas KIMPTON, Private, 52nd Regiment, died 25th November 1869. He committed suicide at St.Georges Bay Barracks by cutting his throat with a razor

Richard KIND, Private, 73rd Regiment, married 30th October 1831, to Mary GOLDING

Abraham KING, 21+, widower, born in Groton, Suffok, Sergeant-Major, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of William and Maria King, married 13th November 1862 to, Eliza HUGHES, 21+, spinster, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Hughes

Angusina KING, baptised 19th January 1867, the daughter of Cornelius and Catherine King, Colour Sergeant, 29th Regiment

Arthur George Charles KING, born 24th January 1888, the son of Rosina and Major Robert Finlay King, Ordnance Store Department

Charity KING, died 28th June 1812, aged 21 months, 14th Regiment

Elizabeth KING, baptised 2nd January 1864, the daughter of Abraham and Elizabeth King, Sergeant Major, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Ellen KING, the daughter of Abel King, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 1 year, buried 14th June 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

George KING, aged 31 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, Sicilian Regiment, married 4th June 1810, to Jane MACKINTOSH, aged 18 years, spinster, with her mother’s consent, the daughter of the late Edward and Jane Mackintosh

Henry KING, died 28th March 1857, aged 23 years, Captain, 21st Royal Scots Fusiliers. The son of the Venerable Walker King, Archdeacon of Rochester. Drowned off Fort Ricasoli. During the Crimean war he was at the Siege of Sebastopol, Alma, Balaklava and seriously wounded at the battle of Inkerman

Henry KING, aged 28 years, bachelor, Gunner, the son of Frederick King, married 27th January 1882, to Gratia Anna Maria STEVENSON, aged 19 years, widow, the daughter Paolo MICALLEF

James KING, Private, 62nd Regiment, aged buried 16th December, by Reverend Henry Hare

John KING, aged 28 years, Private, 70th Regiment, buried 2nd October 1837

John Thomas KING, 3rd Battalion, Warwickshire Regiment, baptised 4th January 1900

Joseph KING, baptised 29th November 1862, the son of James and Elizabeth King, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Mary KING, baptised 24th November 1802, the daughter of Elizabeth and John King, 1st Battalion, 27th Regiment

Richard Henry Duckworth KING, born 16th July 1840, the son of Evelina Maria Augusta and Lieutenant Henry Robert Cornwallis King, Dragoons, East India Company Service

Richardson KING, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, buried 6th July 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Thomas KING, 21+, bachelor, born in Carton, Ireland, Sergeant, 87th Regiment, the son of James and Margaret King, married 25th November 1869 to, Anne Eliza MAGINNESS, spinster, minor, born in Banbridge, Co.Down, Ireland the daughter of Patrick and Mary Jane Maginness

Sergeant KING, died 15th September 1857, after a short illness, Royal Artillery

Captain KING, died 10th April 1860, Royal Artillery, aged 33 years

William KING, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 21 years, buried 9th February 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Elisabeth KINGHORN, born 7th March 1843, the daughter of William and Elisabeth Kinghorn, nee MOWBRAY, 42nd Regiment

Ann KINGSTON, the daughter of Corporal George Kingston, aged five weeks, buried 17th November 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Charlotte KINGSTON, aged 23 months, the daughter of William Kingston, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 15th June 1824

William KINGSTON, the son of Corporal Kingston, 76th Regiment, aged two years, buried 12th November 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John KINGSWOOD, aged 41 years, Private, Royal Fusiliers, buried 8th December 1829

Lance Corporal William KINNARNEY, 57th Regiment, awarded the French Military Medal in September 1856 for service in the Crimean War

Mrs KINNEAR, the wife of Sergeant Kinnear, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Regiment, gave birth to a son 18th February 1845, at Isola

Louisa Amelia KINNEAR, born 24th June 1867, the daughter of Corporal George Edwin and Catharine Kinnear, nee GAREY, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Samuel KINNEAR, baptised 9th December 1804, the son of Elizabeth and David Kinnear, 35th Regiment

Joseph KIPSICK, Sergeant, 3rd Regiment, married 28th April 1814 to, Margaret DOUBLEDAY

Richard KIRBY, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Welch Fusiliers, the son of Richard Kirby, married 8th May 1897 to, Julia NEWITT, aged 21 years, spinster, from Shrewsbury, the daughter of Alfred Newitt

James Alexander KIRKBY, Corporal, Royal Artillery, acting QMS, married Thursday 13th February 1845, to Sarah Ann SHAND, the only daughter of James Shand, formerly acting Sergeant-Major, R.A., many years in Malta

Isaac KIRKHAM, Corporal, 77th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 29th October 1840, of striking a Sergeant, sentenced 7 years Transportation

William KIRKHAM, aged 2 years, the son of John Kirkham, 85th Regiment, buried 16th October 1823

Georgina Helen KIRKPATRICK, born 10th January 1898, the daughter of Mary Lydia and Captain George Macaulay Kirkpatrick, Royal Engineers

Kathleen Mary KIRKPATRICK, born 7th May 1899, the daughter of Mary Lydia and Captain George Macaulay Kirkpatrick, Royal Engineers

Elizabeth Jane KIRKWOOD, born 25th December 1860, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Kirkwood, nee DAW, Bombardier, Royal Artillery

James Robert KIRKWOOD, born 18th December 1899, the son of James Robert and Mary Elizabeth Kirkwood, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Janet KIRKWOOD, born 16th March 1858, the daughter of Thomas and Rebecca Kirkwood, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Rebekah KIRKWOOD, born 22nd December 1859, the daughter of Thomas and Rebekah Kirkwood, nee HAYCOCK, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

William Henry KIRKWOOD, born 22nd December 1858, the son of William and Elizabeth Kirkwood, nee DAW, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Samuel KITLOW, 21+, bachelor, born Reddish Green, Lancashire, Private, 76th Regiment, the son of Mary and George Axen Kitlow, married 8th April 1852 to, Maria FRANKLIN, spinster, born Waterford, Ireland, minor with guardian’s consent, the daughter of James and Bridge Franklin

John KITT, died 11th July 1803, 20th Regiment

Private Patrick KITT, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died of cholera, 23rd September 1867, aged 28 years

Jemima KITTRIDGE, baptised 12th April 1805, the daughter of Elizabeth and James Kittridge, Royal Artillery

Eliza KNAPTON, the daughter of George Knapton, Private, 62nd Regiment, buried 12th September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Kate KNEE, died 10th September 1898, aged 28 years, the wife of Sergeant W. Knee, 2nd Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment. Buried in Fort Chambray

In the Civil Court on Saturday 1st February 1862, four Privates of the 3rd Regiment, The Buffs were found Guilty of assaulting a young lady in Floriana, and stealing part of her apparel. Private KNIBBS, was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment, and his fellow accused Private Clegg 5 years, Private O’Brien 5 years, and Private Hogan 7 years

Alfred Murray KNIGHT, born 6th January 1866, the son of George and Rachel Knight, nee LOVELL, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Catherine KNIGHT, aged 10 months, the daughter of James Knight, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Highlanders, buried 18th November 1843

George KNIGHT, 21+, widower, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, married 28th March 1863, to Rachel LOVELL, 21+, spinster

George KNIGHT, baptised 29th August 1863, the son of George and Hannah Knight, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Henry Palmer KNIGHT, full age, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, the son of Thomas John and Margaret Knight, formerly of Richmond, Surrey, married 19th September 1878, to Sarah Elizabeth HARRY, full age, spinster, the daughter of Sarah Elizabeth and John Deacon Harry

Mary Elizabeth KNIGHT, baptised 13th January 1866, the daughter of George and Hannah Knight, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Maurice Leader KNIGHT, born 24th August 1879, the son of Lieutenant Henry Palmer and Sarah Elizabeth Knight, Royal Engineers

Corporal Walter KNIGHT, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, died of cholera, 6th September 1867, aged 18 years

William KNIGHT, aged 29 years, Corporal, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 28th January 1842

William KNIGHT, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, from Hampshire, married 21st September 1852 to, Catherine McCARTHY, from Tipperary

William KNIGHT, Private, 44th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on the 11th October 1850, of throwing his forage cap at the members when arraigned before a District Court Martial, and striking Lieutenant Paxton, sentenced 21 years Transportation to commence at the completion of former sentence

William KNIGSLEY, Private, 44th Regiment, aged unknown, buried 26th May 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Isaac KNOTT, aged 26 years, Private, 70th Regiment, buried 6th November 1837

John KNOTT, aged 30 years, Private, 19th Regiment, buried 27th January 1842

Mary KNOWLE, baptised 2nd December 1802, the daughter of Maria and John Knowle, 35th Regiment

Mary Ann KNOWLES, aged 2 years, the daughter of Private John Knowles, buried 27th May 1846

Major-General Charles Benjamin KNOWLES, full age, bachelor, the son of John Knowles, married 29th December 1892, to Constance Mary ELLIOTT, full age, widow, the daughter of James ELMSLIE

William KNOWLES, Sergeant, 1st Regiment (The Royals), aged 27 years, buried 14th February 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

George KNOX, died 17th August 1812, aged 27 years, Bombardier, Royal Artillery

John KNOX, Sergeant, 47th Regiment, married 26th May 1857, to Margaret PRICE

Henry KOVACHICH, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Bristol, the son of George Kovachich, Bombardier, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 13th September 1879, to Marianna BORG, aged 19 years, spinster, born Birchicara, the daughter Gaetano Borg

Joseph LACEY, aged 30 years, bachelor, of Crewkerne, the son of Henry Lacey, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 27th January 1879, to Martina CHRICIOLA, aged 21 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Angello Chriciola

Francis Ernest Montagu LAFFAN, born 4th December 1861, son of Emma and Lieut-Colonel Robert Michael Laffan, Commanding Royal Engineer. Buried 25th July 1863, aged 19 months

Garret LAGAN, Colour-Sergeant, 73rd Regiment, died 7th June 1830, aged 42 years. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

William LAIRD, aged 7 years, the son of Gardner Laird, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 10th June 1828

Noel Montagu LAKE, Captain, Royal Engineers, served in Malta 1888. Born 10th September 1852

Alice Jane LAMB, baptised 12th December 1864, the daughter of James and Isabella Lamb, Captain, 100th Regiment, Deceased

Frederick Charles LAMB, baptised 27th October 1861, the son of James and Annie Lamb, Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Hugh LAMB, bachelor, born Pembroke, Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of George and Susannah Lamb, married 7th April 1869 to, Isabella RAINES, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of George and Isabella Raines

James LAMB, Sergeant, Rifle Brigade, married 29th October 1860 to, Anne HOWELL

Thomas LAMB, aged 30 years, Private, 92nd Regiment, buried 3rd November 1837

Richard Ford William LAMBART, the seventh Earl of CAVAN, left Malta December 1800 with Sir Ralph Abercrombie’s expedition to Egypt to re-take the territory from Napoleon’s forces. Originally in command of an Infantry Brigade he later took over the Guards Brigade, and was part of the British Forces attacking Alexandria from the west. The city surrendered on 2nd September 1801. When Sir John Hely-Hutchinson left Egypt in October 1801, the Earl of Cavan took over command of all the British troops there. He was born 10th September 1763, the only son of the sixth Earl by his second wife Elizabeth, nee Davies, the eldest daughter of George Davies, a Commissioner for the Navy. He joined the Army as an Ensign with the Coldstream Guards 2nd April 1779, and by promotion reached the rank of First Major by 19th November 1800. In the meantime he had become a Major-General in 1798.

He was later Colonel Commandant of the 2nd Battalion 68th Regiment, the Colonel of 2nd West Indian Regiment and the 45th Regiment. In 1782 he married Honora Margaretta GOULD, a daughter of Sir Henry Gould, and they had a family of three daughters and one son George Frederick Augustus Lambart. Honora died in 1813. The following year the Earl married his second wife Lydia ARNOLD, the daughter of William Arnold of Slatswood, Isle of Wight by whom he had two sons, Edward Arnold Ford Lambart and Oliver William Matthew Lambart. His son George died in December 1828, but by that time was married with a family. Therefore when the seventh Earl died in London on 21st November 1836, the title passed to his grandson Frederick John William Lambart.

Thomas LAMBDEN , Private, 53rd Regiment, married 18th December 1834, to Ellen STOKER (or STOKES)

Ernest Frederick LAMBE, born in Australia, the eldest son of Annette and Frederick C. Lambe, of Flushing, Falmouth, Cornwall. In 1881 living with his parents in Cornwall where his father was described as a retired Australian Sheep Farmer. 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, died 15th February 1891, aged 20 years

Harriet LAMBERT, the daughter of John Lambert, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 3 years, buried 9th September 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

William LAMBERT, the son of William Lambert, Sergeant, Royal Sappers and Miner, aged 8 months, buried 3rd December 1853, by Reverend William Hare

Clara Jane LAMDEN, born 16th September 1867, the daughter of Daniel and Mary Anne Lamden, Private, 31st Regiment

Emily Julia LAMDIN, born 11th February 1870, daughter of Daniel and Mary Ann Lamdin, nee CRUMP, Private, 31st Regiment.

Ellen LAMONT, born 13th October 1864, daughter of James and Ellen Lamont, nee FRAMLEY, Corporal, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

William LANCASTER, aged 37 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 1st September 1824

Samuel LAND, died 5th May 1854, Bombardier, Royal Artillery. While Captain Goodenough's Company were practising at St.Elmo, one of the guns burst, a piece of metal cut off his head, killing him instantly. Others were injured in the accident, Isaac Clarke lost a leg, Daniel Kain, Jeremiah Lawrence and Robert Hunter, recovered from their injuries. The enquiry found that the shot, although rammed down was not rammed home, consequently an amount of steam was generated between the shot  and wad which led to the accident

William Isaac LAND, aged 20 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Artillery, the son of Isaac Land, QM, R.A., married 20th December 1879, to Catherine Sutton MATTOCKS, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of William Sutton Mattocks

George LANDEN, aged 7 months, the son of Richard Landen, 77th Regiment, buried 28th September 1840

Harry LANDYMORE, aged 29 years, bachelor, Gunner, the son of George Landymore, married 7th December 1889, to Annie METHERALL, aged 24 years, spinster, from Torquay, the daughter of Henry Metherall

Caroline Matilda LANE, baptised 28th March 1865, the daughter of Benjamin and Caroline Anne Lane, Surgeon, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

Francis LANE, died 20th July 1835, aged 33 years, Sergeant-Major, 53rd Regiment. Born Staplegrove, Taunton, Somerset, the son of Sarah Lane

Francis James Victor LANE, born 18th April 1880, baptised in Malta 1888, the son of Frederick and Elizabeth Charlotte Lane, Inspector of Machinery, Royal Artillery

William LANE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, R.I.R., the son of John Lane, married 26th June 1894 to, Kathleeen FITZGERALD, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of John Henry Fitzgerald

Elizabeth Margaret LANG, baptised 5th March 1865, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Lang, Band Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

Edith LANGDON, baptised 10th January 1863, the daughter of John B. and Mary Langdon, Corporal, Royal Artillery

John LANGFORD, aged 2 years, the son of Sergeant Langford, 70th Regiment, buried 8th July 1837

Aphra Frances Hannah LANGLEY, born 1st December 1864, the daughter of Ellen and William Leslie Langley, Staff Surgeon

Eliza LANGLEY, aged 15 months, the daughter of Sergeant Langley, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 9th November 1844

Ellen Maria LANGLEY, baptised 25th May 1863, the daughter of William Leslie and Ellen Langley, Staff Surgeon Major

Margaret LANGLEY, aged 30 years, the wife of Sergeant Langley, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried July 1845

Emily LANGTRY, baptised 15th February 1863, the daughter of John and Mary Langtry, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Philip LARCOM, baptised 13th October 1887, the son of Jeanie and Major Sir Charles Larcom, Royal Artillery

Alexander Francis Thomas LARKMAN, baptised 5th February 1866, the son of Isaac and Theresa Larkman, Sergeant, Commissariat Staff Corps

Mary Anne LARENTY, aged 29 years, the wife of William Larenty, Private, 77th Regiment, buried 22nd May 1841

James LARKINGTON, Army Working Corps, buried 6th December 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Hannah Margaret LARKMAN, baptised 28th April 1864, the daughter of Isaac and Theresa Larkman, Sergeant, Commissariat Staff Corps

Jessie LATHAM, born 31st March 1843, the daughter of John and Mary Ann Latham, nee WALKER, Private, 42nd Regiment

Jessie LATHAM, aged 8 months, the daughter of Private John Latham and Mary Ann, nee Walker, 42nd Royal Highlanders, buried 4th December 1843. Born 31st March 1843

John LATHAM, born 9th September 1844, the son of John and Mary Anne Latham, nee WALKER, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment

John LATHAM, aged 15 months, the son of John Latham, Army Pensioner, late of 42nd Regiment, buried 20th September 1845

Thomas Norman LATHAM, aged 33 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, the son of Thomas Latham, married 25th March 1880, to Georgina Susan Hamilton STIRLING, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of George Stirling, Captain, 2nd Regiment

Thomas LATTON, Private, 61st Regiment, aged 21 years, found dead in his bed on 16th April 1880 at Isola Gate Barracks

Samuel LAUD, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 19 years, buried 6th May 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

John LAUGHLIN, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 7th September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Lieut-Colonel LAURIE, Royal Artillery, his wife gave birth to a daughter at sea on the Serapis, 12th December 1869

Augustus John LAVIE, aged 34 years 9 months, bachelor, born Madras, the son of Tudor and Emma Maria Lavie, Captain, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 4th September 1877, to Lucy Mary BERNARD, aged 21 years, spinster, of Sligo, Ireland, the daughter of Robert and Sarah Augusta Bernard

James Smith LAW, Royal Artillery officer, served on Malta January 1815 to August 1817, and 5th October 1835 to 30th August 1836. Born Court Town, Kildare, Ireland, 6th July 1789

Joseph LAWES, aged 19 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 12th January 1825

Mary Allen LAWLER, baptised 5th August 1865, the daughter of John and Bridget Lawler, Corporal, 84th Regiment

Edward William LAWSON, baptised 5th March 1864, the son of Edward and Mary Anne Jane Lawson, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Eliza LAWSON, aged 1 month, the daughter of Sergeant Lawson, 47th Regiment, buried 4th August 1839

Isabella Anney LAWSON, baptised 22nd July 1865, the daughter of Thomas and Charlotte Lawson, Colour Sergeant, 84th Regiment

Marianne LAWSON, baptised 15th December 1861, the daughter of Edward and Mary Ann Lawson, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

George LAWRENCE, baptised 3rd July 1808, the son of Mary and Charles Lawrence, Private, 39th Regiment

George LAWRENCE, Corporal, 62nd Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 1st September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

James LAWRENCE, Private, 10th Regiment, married 25th May 1814, to Bridget BARBER

John Robert LAWRENCE, the son of Corporal John Lawrence, 68th Regiment, aged one year two months, buried 18th March 1853, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Maria LAWRENCE, the daughter of Thomas Lawrence, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged six days, buried 4th December 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Stephen LAWRENCE, aged 4 months, Royal West Kent Regiment, buried 19th July 1891

Thomas William LAWRENCE, aged 30 years, bachelor, 2nd Corporal, Royal Engineers, married 29th February 1896, to Jeanne TOURNEUX, aged 27 years, widow

William Arthur Edmund LAWRENCE, born 28th October 1886, the son of George Albert and Mary Georgina Lawrence, Engineer Artificer

Alice Maude LAWSON, baptised 14th April 1866, the daughter of Edward and Mary Ann Jane Lawson, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

F.W. LAWSON, Connaught Rangers, a daughter born 29th January 1897

Samuel LAYCOCK, aged 26 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 2nd February 1827

Richard LEACH, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 17 Bty, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, the son of George Leach deceased, married 24th June 1880, to Adelaide OWEN, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Frank Owen, Staff-Sergeant, Royal Artillery

James LEADBEATER, aged 36 years, Colour Sergeant, 70th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 9th July 1837

Floriana LEAMON, born 4th September 1870, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Leamon, Sapper, 26 Company, Royal Engineers

James LEAPER, aged 22 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 27th February 1829

James LEAT, aged 28 yeas, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of John Leat, married 27th February 1897 to, Annie McMALLANE, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Captain McMallane, Royal Artillery

Elizabeth LEE, the daughter of John Lee, Private, 68th Regiment, aged six years seven months, buried 11th December 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Joseph Henry LEE, the son of Private Daniel Lee, 68th Light Infantry, aged one year eight months, buried 13th August 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Margaret Ann LEE, the daughter of Mark Lee, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 1 year 8 months, buried 13th June 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Richard LEE, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 5th November 1832, to Catherine McGURK

William LEE, Private, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 28 years, buried 1st August 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George LEECH, Private, 51st Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 19th September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

James LEGGATT, Sergeant-Major, 68th Regiment, from Quebec, married 1st January 1853 to, Mary Ann PRICE, from Woolwich

William James LEGGE, baptised 17th May 1807, the son of Mary and Stephen Legge, 44th Regiment

John LEGGETT, aged 28 years, Corporal, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 3rd February 1841

John LEGGIT, Private, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 6th November 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Lydia LEIGHTON, baptised 18th August 1866, the daughter of Augustus and Lydia Leighton, Private, Royal Artillery

William LEISHMAN, Private, 14th Regiment, married 20th September 1856 to, Anne CARUANA, of Valletta

Thomas LEITCH, aged 32 years, bachelor, born in Gloucestershire, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment, the son of Thomas and Hannah Leitch, married 26th February 1867 to, Catherine HENNESSY, aged 21 years, spinster, born in Kent, the daughter of George and Catherine Hennessy

Gladys LELLIOTT, born 3rd August 1900, the daughter of William Benjamin and Mary Lelliott, Colour-Sergeant, M.O.R.S.

William Arnold LELLIOTT, born 17th October 1898, the son of William Benjamin and Mary Lelliott, Staff Sergeant Musketry

John LEMAN, Royal Sappers & Miners, died 24th December 1852. He was found dead lying on the floor of his room in the barracks at St.James Cavalier. A carpenter by trade, in Captain Craigie's company

Sir John Gaspard LE MARCHANT, was born in 1803, the third son of Major-General John Gaspard Le Marchant. He joined the army on 26th October 1820 as an Ensign in the 10th Regiment. He transferred to the 57th Regiment as a Lieutenant in 1821, and Captain in 1825. Moving to the 98th Regiment he served with them in South Africa as a Major in 1832. In 1835 he went to Spain and saw action under Generals Evans and Chichester during the Carlist Wars of 1835 - 1837. He was appointed Lieut-Colonel of the 99th Regiment in 1839, and in 1845 transferred to the 85th Light Infantry. In February 1847 he was made Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland until June 1852, continuing as Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia from June 1852 till December 1857. With the rank of Lieut-General he became Governor of Malta in 1859 remaining in office until 1864. The following year he was sent to India as Commander-in-Chief at Madras leaving in 1868. He married in 1839 Margaret Anne TAYLOR, the daughter of the Reverend Robert Taylor of Staffordshire, and died in London on 6th February 1874 John LEONARD, aged 32 years, Gunner & Driver, Royal Artillery, buried 23rd June 1840

Robert LEMON, Private, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged 27 years 8 months, buried 27th December 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

John LEONARD, died 26th May 1856, 51st Regiment. Imprisoned in cells at Fort St.Elmo. Inquest found cause of death water on the brain

John LEONARD, Private, 51st Regiment, aged 31 years, buried 27th May 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

Thomas LEONARD, Corporal, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged 31 years, buried 14th April 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John LEPPERD, aged 35 years, widower, born in Westerham, Kent, Sergeant-Major, 84th Regiment, married 20th September 1866 to, Mary Anne CECIL, aged 33 years, widow, born in Credley, Worcestershire, the daughter of John and Elizabeth WHITNEY

J. LESLIE, Sergeant, 14th Regiment, married 17th May 1858 to, Harriet Letitia FREND, from Dublin

John LESLIE, Private, 9th Regiment attached 14th Regiment, buried 1st December 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas Christie LESLIE, aged 25 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 35th Regiment, the son of Dickson Leslie, married 24th June 1880, to Frances MESSER, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert Walter Messer

Thomas LESNNON, Gunner and Driver, aged 22 years, buried 3rd September 1854, by Major Freere

Margaret LETT, aged 4 months, the daughter of John Lett, 80th Regiment, buried 1st August 1825

Susannah LETT, aged 1 year, the daughter of John Lett, Drummer, 80th Regiment, buried 21st June 1824

William LEVER, Private, 63rd Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 31st October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Amy Henrietta LEVESON, born 5th April 1885, the daughter of Ethel Francis and Lieutenant George Francis Leverson, Royal Engineers

John LEVICK, Ensign, Half-pay, 1st Garrison Regiment, married 1st February 1819, to Teresa VARIOUS, of Cospicua

Captain LEVICK, late 59th Regiment, fought a duel 9th February 1842, with Lieutenant Adams of 88th Regiment, who he shot and killed

John LEVICK, baptised 9th December 1852, Drum-Major, 76th Regiment

James Douglas LEVICK, baptised 12th December 1852, the son of John and Isabella Levick, nee DOUGLAS, Drum-Major, 76th Regiment

B. LEWES, born 8th June 1899, the son of Ethel Georgiana Murray and Lieutenant B. Lewes, Royal Artillery

Alfred LEWIS, baptised 28th July 1860, the son of Thomas and Anne Lewis, Sapper, Royal Engineers

Alfred Thomas James LEWIS, baptised 25th March 1865, the son of Thomas and Ann Lewis, Sapper, Royal Engineers

Emma LEWIS, baptised 20th September 1862, the daughter of Thomas and Ann Lewis, Sapper, Royal Engineers

James Frederick LEWIS, 21+, bachelor, of Exeter, Devon, the son of Lucy and the Reverend Philip Lewis of Bursledon, Hampshire, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, married 18th May 1875, to Amelia CAREY, 21+, spinster, born St.Peter Port, Guernsey, the daughter of Margaret and Edward Carey M.D.

John LEWIS, Private, 14th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 15th October 1857, of offering violence to a superior officer, sentenced to 50 lashes and 2 years imprisonment

Josiah LEWIS, 21+, bachelor, of Broad Town, Wiltshire, the son of George and Elizabeth Lewis, Sergeant, 13th Light Infantry, married 29th July 1872, to Mary GALEA, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Giuseppe and Lorenza Galea

Patrick LEWIS, died 4th November 1867, aged 27 years, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment. Whilst on sentry duty at Portes des Bombes, left his post, and found next morning in a field near Marsa, having shot himself through the head

Thomas LEWIS, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 23rd October 1837

Thomas LEWIS, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 23rd October 1837

William George LEWIS, aged 17 months, the son of William Lewis, Royal Artillery, buried 23rd October 1841

William LEWIS, aged 11 months, the son of Joseph Lewis, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 23rd June 1828

William LEWIS, aged 21 years, bachelor, Corporal, 1st Battalion, Welch Regiment, married 29th August 1890, to Alice Ann MEARA, aged 17 years, spinster

Amos LIDDALL, aged 37 years, Private, 59th Regiment, died of dysentery, buried 12th July 1838

Thomas LIDGETT, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 26th November 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edward George LIEBERMANN, born 13th July 1900, the son of Amy and Sergeant Edward George Liebermann, Master Tailor, 3rd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers

Lieutenant LIGHT, Royal Artillery, died 5th March 1859, at St.Elmo barracks

Lieut-Colonel LIGHTFOOT, a daughter born 6th February 1867, in Strada Scozzese Valletta

Edith LIGHTFOOT, baptised 9th March 1867, the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Lightfoot, Colonel, 84th Regiment

Thomas William LIGHTFOOT, baptised 23rd December 1865, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Tucker Lightfoot, Colonel, 84th Regiment

Herbert Guy LINDLEY, born 28th August 1900, the son of Florence Lily and Harry Charles Lindley, Master Gunner, Royal Artillery

Benjamin LINDSAY, aged 21 months, the son of John Lindsay, Laboratory Sergeant, buried 19th June 1827

John LINDSAY, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, married 11th October 1822, to Mary GILCHRIST, of Argyll

John LINDSAY, aged 26 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 29th January 1825

Robert LINDSAY, aged 23 years, Private, 19th Regiment, buried 24th July 1841

Thomas LINE, Private, 63rd Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 19th December 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Robert LINFORD, Private, 7th Royal Fusiliers, died 8th November 1831. Born St.Neots, Huntingdonshire. His niece was M.Bailey, Amsbrough, Huntingdonshire

Herbert LINGARD, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, King’s Own, the son of Joseph Lingard, married 14th November 1896, to Caroline Louisa BEDFORD, aged 19 years, spinster, from Aldershot, Hampshire, the daughter of Thomas Bedford

James LINGARD, 21+, bachelor, born in Worstley, Lancashire, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of William and Sarah Lingard, married 23rd May 1865 to, Mary Anne GAUCI, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of James and Dora Gauci

John LINNING, aged 25 years 6 months, bachelor, QMS, 1st Battalion, Royal Highlanders, the son of Matthew Linning, married 18th July 1889, to Lilian Ann McKERROW, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Alexander McKerrow

James LINTON, aged 15 years, Private, 51st Regiment, buried 8th May 1825

Charles LIPMAN, 21+, bachelor, of Shepton Mallet, Somerset, the son of Robert and Eliza Lipman, Private, 18th Royal Irish Regiment, married 5th August 1873, to Sarah SIMS, 21+, spinster, of Crandle, Hampshire, the daughter of James and Sarah Sims

Charles LIPPETT, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Herefordshire, the son of Hannah and Charles Clifft Lippett, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 2nd August 1877, to Louisa Ellen COHOON, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Walter and Caroline Cohoon

Walter Frederick Charles LIPPETT, born 10th May 1878, the son of Charles and Louisa Ellen Lippett, Corporal, Royal Artillery

John LIPTROTT, Sergeant, 7th Regiment, married 1st December 1834, to Ann BROWNE

Charles William LITTLE, born 1848/1849, the son of Ellen and William Little, Sergeant, 6th Regiment

John LITTLE, aged 15 months, the son of John Little, 2nd Battalion, 60th Rifles, buried 17th July 1841

Robert LITTLE, a soldier of the Expeditionary Force now in the Crimea attached to the Royal Artillery, aged 31 years, buried 19th December 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Walter Charles LITTLE, aged 25 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of William Little, married 13th February 1884, to Emma Lizzie WALTON, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Walton

Walter William LITTLE, born 22nd September 1885, the son of Walter and Lizzie Little, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Percy John LIVINGSTON, Captain, Black Watch, serving in Malta on his birthday, 21st January 1889, aged 29 years

George LIVSEY, baptised 7th August 1864, the son of Edward and Margaret Livsey, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

George Francis LLOYD, born 9th September 1900, the son of William James and Florence Lloyd, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Henry LLOYD, aged 24 years, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 3rd April 1843

Henry LLOYD, Private, Royal Artillery, died 14th September 1868, in to accident involving six soldiers and two Maltese civilians, Sergeant John Nayell, Privates John Stewart, James Clark, George Braggs and David Anderson, also Paolo Muscat and Mario Scicluna. An explosion took place in the Shell Fitting room, when they were removing fuses from shells.

John LLOYD, Private, 54th Regiment, aged 28 years 8 months, buried 8th November 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John Yeedon LLOYD, Major, 73rd Regiment, from Ireland, married Thursday 20th January 1831, to Mary Elizabeth NESHAM, only daughter of Captain Nesham, of HMS Melville.

Mrs LLOYD, the wife of Lieutenant J.H. Lloyd, gave birth to a son 27th September 1844

Mrs LLOYD, the wife of Lieutenant J.H. Lloyd, gave birth to a son 16th August 1846

Gunner H. LLOYD, Royal Artillery, died 1st November 1895

Jonathan and Ann LLOYD, baptised 8th October 1804, the son and daughter of Ann and Philip Lloyd, 20th Regiment

Richard LLOYD, aged 25 years, Private, 36th Regiment, buried 19th January 1824

William James LLOYD, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of George Lloyd deceased, married 2nd June 1898, to Florence OWEN, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Francis Egerton Owen

Private Charles LOACH, 28th Regiment, murdered in Valletta December 1856, but the murderer was never found

Alfred Edgar LOADER, 21+, bachelor, born in Mere, Wiltshire, Staff-Sergeant, the son of Elias and Matilda Loader, married 14th November 1870 to, Bridget YALLOP, spinster, minor, born in Tipperary, Ireland, the daughter of Catherine and Jeremiah Yallop

Silas LOCKE, aged 22 years, Private, 59th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 11th July 1837

Albert Edward LOCKETT, aged 31 years, bachelor, CSM, Royal Artillery, the son of Sergeant-Major John Beevor Lockett A.H.C., married 10th November 1896 to, Harriet Jane CALLOWHILL, aged 19 years, spinster, Nurse, the daughter of Joseph Callowhill, Master Gunner, Royal Artillery

Frank Elliot LOCKNER, born 12th March 1859, the son of Rosa Matilda and Captain Augustus Myer Lockner, Royal Engineers

Ellice Anne Sophia LOCKYER, died 30th January 1859, aged 38 years, the only daughter of Major General H.F. Lockyer, Commanding the Forces at Ceylon

Colonel H.F. LOCKYER, commanding the 97th Regiment, his brother was Captain Nicholas Lockyer, Royal Navy

Alfred LODGE, 21+, bachelor, of Cheltenham, the son of James William and Anne Lodge, Lance Corporal, 13th Regiment, married 25th June 1874, to Angelina ABELA, minor, with her parents consent, born Corfu, the daughter of John and Rosa Abela

Jeremiah LODGE, aged 31 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 1st December 1826

Thomas LODGE, aged 25 years, bachelor, Private, Royal West Kent Regiment, married 22nd June 1890, to Antonia SANCHES, aged 40 years, widow

William LODGE, died 17th March 1857, aged 6 years, drowned in the sea off Manoel Island, the son of soldier of 48th Regiment, quartered there

John Andrew LOGAN, died 2nd February 1857, aged 11 months, the youngest son of Major Logan, 57th Regiment

James LOMAS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 17th June 1866. Found dead in the ditch of Fort Salvatore, Cottonera. It appears he fell over the bastion during the night

Thomas LOMAX, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 21st July 1856 to, Philomela PACE, the daughter of Giovanni and Carmela Pace of Malta

William LONG, Private, 47th Regiment, found Guilty at a Court Martial held on the 18th April 1857, of striking a superior officer and insubordinate language, sentenced to 50 lashes and 2 years hard labour. One year remitted

James LONGBOTTOM, Private, 3rd Regiment, died 29th April 1853. Since he died suddenly there was a post mortem which found chronic heart disease

Thomas LONSDALE, baptised 8th July 1808, the son of Mary and John Lonsdale, Private, 39th Regiment

William LOOKER, 21+, bachelor, of Kingston-on-Thames, the son of Edward and Mary Ann Looker, Gunner, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 10th April 1871, to Mary Ann COLEIRO, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John and Caroline Coleiro

James (or Francis) LORD, aged 34 years, widower, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 5th February 1810, to Rebecca PALMER, aged 25 years, widow

Elizabeth LORSDEN, aged 37 years, the wife of Gunner W. Lorsden, Royal Artillery, died from cholera, buried 8th July 1837

Thomas LOUGHEAD, aged 29 years, Private, 88th Regiment, died 12th May 1843

Florence Elizabeth LOUGHMON, born 13th October 1898, the daughter of Reginald Arthur George and Elizabeth Ellen Loughmon, Staff-Sergeant, A.O.C.

Jane LOUGHREY, the daughter of a soldier in the 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged four years eight months, buried 12th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Eli LOUGHTON, buried 16th January 1837, aged 27 years, Private, 5th Northumberland Fusiliers

Mrs C. LOUNT, died of cholera 17th September 1867, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

Philip LOVEJOY, aged 21 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 16th August 1827

Philip LOVELL, aged 21 years, bachelor, Private, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, the son of Henry Lovell, married 5th February 1888 to Lucy GALEA, aged 16 years, minor with parent’s consent, the daughter of Joseph Galea

Ernest LOVELOCK, Royal Berkshire Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 30th December 1891

William LOVESAY, died 6th August 1829, Sergeant, 7th Regiment

Emma LOW, born 20th April 1868, the daughter of James and Jessie Low, nee BLAIKIE, Sergeant, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery

Emma LOW, buried 25th September 1869, aged 1 year 5 months, the daughter of Sergeant James G. Low, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery

Francis LOW, Sergeant, 10th Regiment, married 7th July 1817, to Mary ROGERS

Jessie LOW, buried 11th September 1869, aged 30 years, the wife of Sergeant James G. Low, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery

James LOWDEN, born about 1829 in Malta. In 1851 a serving Soldier stationed in Woolwich, Kent

Pierce Trotter LOWEN, baptised 30th December 1805, son of Elizabeth Trotter and Pierce Lowen, Lieutenant, Royal Corsican Rangers

Mary Jane LOWERY, baptised 24th January 1864, the daughter of John and Mary Elizabeth Lowery, Private, 100th Regiment

William George LOWRY, baptised 3rd September 1865, the son of John and Mary Elizabeth Lowry, Private, 100th Regiment

William Liffey LOWRY, baptised 12th June 1864, the son of Robert and Margaret Lowry, 1st Battalion, 9th Regiment

Brunskell LOWIS, aged 21 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Manchester Regiment, the son of Thomas Lowis, married 18th November 1881, to Mary CLARE, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of John Clare

Louisa LUARD, died 19th October 1853, aged 34 years, the wife of Colonel Luard of the Madras Army. Died of consumption

LUCAS, Private, 1st Regiment (The Royals), age unknown, buried 27th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

David LUCAS, aged 24 years, bachelor, born in Warwickshire, Corporal, Rifle Brigade, the son of John Lucas, married 13th May 1861 to, Caroline DARMANIN, aged 22 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Antonio and Vincenza Darmanin

Thomas LUDGATE , Sergeant, 22nd Regiment, died 16th August 1864. He was murdered by John Burns, Private, 22nd Regiment, who was later hung

Frederick LUERSON, aged 28 years, bachelor, born in Stepney, London, the son of Frederick and Ann Luerson, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 12th July 1865 to, Eliza Ann HEPBURN, aged 32 years, spinster, born in Shoreditch, London, the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Hepburn

On 6th December 1851, a dead body was washed up on the shore near Fort Ricasoli. The corpse was taken to the Lazaretto for burial and thought to be George LUNT, aged 28 years, Private, 76th Regiment, who had been missing since the 2nd December, and believed to have fallen into the sea. Servant to Lieutenant Bell who left Malta on the 3rd to join 24th Regiment in India

Arthur James LUSHINGTON, Captain, Dorsetshire Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday 6th December 1888, aged 36 years

H.G. LUSHINGTON, Ensign, 31st Regiment, died at Verdala Barracks from typhoid fever, February 1871

Lieut-Colonel Frederick LUTTMAN-JOHNSON, Deputy Assistant Adjutant General in 1899

William George LUTTON, the son of George Lutton, Private, Royal Artillery, aged 1 year 5 months, buried 15th July 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Sarah Jane LYNCH, the daughter of Armourer Sergeant Lynch, 1st Battalion, 97th Regiment, buried 8th March 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Alexander LYON, Private, 6th Dragoon Guards, (Expeditionary Force), was buried 23rd December 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Edmund David LYON, 21+, bachelor, born Isle of Wight, late Captain, 68th Regiment, the son of James and Frances Lyon of Woodlands, Hampshire, married 19th August 1854 to, Anne Grace DILLON, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Eliza and Major Robert Dillon, late of the 32nd Regiment

Florence Annie LYONS, baptised 24th August 1867, the daughter of Patrick and Annie Lyons, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 60th Rifles

William LYONS, the son of William Lyons, 91st Regiment, aged 8 months, buried 6th February 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

M’, Mc, Mac, all placed at the beginning of ‘M’ section for clarification.

Walter MacADAM, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, serving in Malta on his birthday, 20th February 1889, aged 24 years

Margaret McALLISTER, aged 2 years 4 months, the daughter of Sergeant William McAllister, 97th Regiment, buried 18th July 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Alice McCANN, baptised 25th July 1863, the daughter of William and Eliza McCann, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Sarah Una McCANN, baptised 6th October 1864, the daughter of William and Una McCann, Colour Sergeant, 100th Regiment

Robert Joseph McARDLE, born 7th June 1866, son of John and Mary Elizabeth McArdle, nee MITCHELL, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Margaret McARTHUR, born 29th June 1843, the daughter of Thomas and Jane McArthur, nee GUY, Private, 42nd Regiment

Margaret McARTHUR, born 30th December 1848, the daughter of John and Jane McArthur, nee TURKINGTON, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment

Margaret McARTHUR, aged 4 months, the daughter of Private Thomas McArthur and Jane, nee Guy, 1st Battalion, 42nd Highlanders, buried 25th October 1843. Born 29th June 1843

Robert McARTHUR, aged 26 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 2nd July 1839

John McCARTHY, aged 24 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 4th May 1826

Daniel Joseph McAULEY, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, R.I.R., the son of Daniel John McAuley, married 7th August 1894, to Agatha Elizabeth CALLOWHILL, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Robert Callowhill

Elizabeth McAULIFFE, baptised 27th April 1861, the daughter of Philip and Martha McAuliffe, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Alexander Harry MacBEAN, born 5th August 1827, the son of Captain Forbes MacBean Junior

Forbes MacBEAN Junior, Captain, Royal Artillery, born Annapolis, New Brunswick. Served in Malta October 1825 to April 1828

John McBEAN, 21+, bachelor, born in Inverness, Scotland, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of Robert and Mary McBean, married 15th December 1864 to, Ann Eliza WORGAN, 21+, widow, born in London, the daughter of George and Elizabeth Mary ROWE

James and Neill McBEATH, born 30th October 1863, twin sons of Neil and Hannah McBeath, nee WEEDEN, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Neil McBEATH, Sergeant, 4 Battery, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 28th December 1864, aged 47 years 6 months. He left a widow and six children

George McBLAIN, Private, Royal Artillery, aged 21 years, buried 7th June 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare C.F.

Charles Gordon McBRIDE, born 18th March 1876, the son of Captain Ernst Ehlers and Naomi Margaret Kate McBride, 98th Regiment

James McBRIDE, died 16th December 1843, Gunner, 4th Battery, Royal Artillery

Joseph McBRIDE, aged 7 years, the son of James McBride, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 25th August 1823

Naomi McBRIDE, the wife of Captain E.C. McBride, 98th Regiment, died 7th May 1876, aged 22 years. Born in Ireland, daughter of the late Colonel L. ARMIT, Royal Engineers

Archibald McCALLUM, of Renfrew, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment, married 5th December 1846 to, Mary Ann BLAY, of Oxford

James McCALLUM, died 9th October 1843, aged 40 years. Drummer, 42nd Regiment. Born in the Regiment, and served in it for 26 years

James McCALLUM, aged 42 years, Drummer, 1st Battalion, 42nd Highlanders, buried 10th October 1843

James L. McCALLUM, Sergeant-Major, Royal Artillery, married 10th April 1856 to, Matilda S. GARDINER, from Dublin

John McCANN, 21+, bachelor, born St.James, London, Sergeant, 28th Regiment, the son of Alexander McCann, married 17th October 1855 to, Bathia ROSS, born in Scotland, the daughter of David Ross

John McCANN, Private, 68th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 19th December 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Mabel Alice McCANN, born 21st March 1867, the daughter of Sergeant William and Eliza McCann, nee SPURREL, Royal Artillery

Sarah McCANN, aged 38 years, the wife of Private McCann, Royal Artillery, buried 20th October 1846

Colour-Sergeant John McCARDLE, 57th Regiment, awarded the French Military Medal in September 1856 for service in the Crimean War

James McCARROLL, aged 2 years, the son of Private McCarroll, 70th Regiment, buried 23rd June 1837

James McCARRY, 10th Regiment, died 10th April 1869. Unable to get a boat to return to Fort Manoel Barracks, he attempted to swim from Marsamuscetto Steps, but got into difficulties and drowned

Frederick McCARTER, Private, 8th Hussars, aged 19 years, buried 9th August 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Callaghan McCARTHY, aged 26 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of Florence McCarthy, married 4th August 1880, to Maud OWEN, aged 16 years, spinster, the daughter of Frank Owen, Staff-Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Ellen McCARTHY, died 4th July 1871, aged 32 years, wife of Private Jeremiah McCarthy, 2nd Battalion, 24th Regiment

J. McCARTHY, Sergeant, 28th Regiment, married 10th June 1858 to, Anne CORDINGLEY, from Leeds, Yorkshire

J. McCARTHY, Royal Engineers, aged 25 years, buried 20th March 1892

John McCARTHY, aged 2 months, the son of John McCarthy, 80th Regiment, buried 18th September 1823

John McCARTHY, Private, 69th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 13th January 1848, of loading his firelock, sentenced to 50 lashes and 12 months hard labour

Margaret McCARTHY, aged 4 months, the daughter of J. McCarthy, 18th Regiment, buried 3rd February 1823

David McCARTNEY, born 15th August 1857, the son of David and Sarah McCartney, Private, 57th Regiment

George McCARTNEY, Private 4th Regiment, buried 4th July 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare C.F.

John McCARTNEY, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment, married 23rd March 1832, to Ellen JERVIS, of Market Drayton

John Nixon Gooch McCARTNEY, died 7th December 1856, aged 20 years, Lieutenant, 57th Regiment

Robert McCARTNEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Glasgow, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of David McCartney, married 14th March 1864 to, Rose BEVAN, 21+, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of John ZAMMIT

William John McCARTNEY, aged 4 months, the son of James McCartney, 18th Regiment, buried 27th April 1824

Maria McCAULEY, baptised 18th August 1863, the daughter of Andrew and Ellen McCauley, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Harlowen Saunders McCAUSLAND, born 20th February 1880, the son of Harriet and Captain William Henry McCausland, Madras Cavalry

Muriel McCAUSLAND, born 24th September 1877, the daughter of Domenic Downes and Agnes Riddick McCausland, Lieutenant, 98th Regiment

Niel McCISSIKE, aged 22 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 17th October 1828

Duncan McCLAREN, aged 29 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 16th June 1839

Andrew McCLELLAND, Corporal, 85th Regiment, married 8th December 1826, to Margaret McGUIGGAN

James McCLELLAND, the son of Hugh McClelland, Private, Royal Artillery, aged 2 years 9 months, buried 14th July 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

John McCLELLAND, aged 11 months, the son of Sergeant John McClelland, Royal Artillery, buried 4th October 1825

Mary Jane McCLELLAND, the daughter of Hugh McClelland, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged six months, buried 15th July 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William John McCLELLAND, the son of Hugh McClelland, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 4 years 7 months, buried 7th June 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas McCLUNE, aged 5 months, the son of Private Thomas McClune, 88th Regiment, buried 2nd October 1844

Daniel McCOLLOM, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 4th June 1827, to Mary CRANFIELD

James McCOMB, died 24th October 1836, Corporal, 5th Regiment. His mother was Helen McComb, of Ballyroony, Co.Down, Ireland

George Thomas McCONNEL, aged 6 months, the son of Gunner D. McConnel, Royal Artillery buried 30th July 1846

Isaac McCONNELL, aged 34 years, Private, 77th Regiment, buried 22nd December 1841

George McCORMACK, 97th Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 20th April 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James McCORMACK, Private, 28th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial on 5th February 1857, of striking a superior officer, and being absent, sentenced to 7 years penal servitude

Juliana McCORMACK, baptised 8th December 1861, the daughter of Thomas and Ann McCormack, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Charles McCORRIE (McCURRY), Private, 57th Regiment, from Killead, Co.Antrim, died 9th April 1857. Awarded the Victoria Cross for bravery in The Crimean War. Tragically he died before the medal was presented to him

Thomas McCOULL, aged 16 days, the son of Archibald McCoull, Royal Artillery, buried 2nd April 1824

Private McCOURT, found Guilty at his Court Martial of breaking into the Canteen, was sentenced to 112 days imprisonment with hard labour and 50 lashes. The imprisonment was remitted but the corporal punishment was carried out on 21st September 1849

Henry McCOURT, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 2nd August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Jean McCOWAN, born 9th May 1843, the daughter of Peter and Joan McCowan, nee McINTOSH, Private, 42nd Regiment

Henrietta McCOY, baptised 5th May 1866, the daughter of Michael and Mary McCoy, Corporal, 84th Regiment

McCREA, born 24th February 1867 at Margherita Hill, a son to the wife of Captain F.Bradford McCrea, 8th Regiment

Henry James McCULLAGH, the son of the late Sergeant H. McCullagh, 68th Light Infantry, aged 9 months, buried 21st July 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Robert McCULLOCH, aged 27 years, Private 92nd Highlanders, buried 156th January 1838

Elizabeth Kate McCULLY, baptised 3rd January 1863, the daughter of Richard and Mary Ellen McCully, Paymaster Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

George Lionel Aldwell McCULLY, baptised 19th May 1861, the son of Richard and Mary Ellen McCully, Paymaster Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Henry McDERMOTT, aged 4 months, the son of Henry McDermott, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 5th July 1837

Isabella McDERMOTT, aged 27 years, the wife of Private H. McDermott, 47th Regiment, buried 6th October 1837

Margaret McDIVETT, born 5th September 1857, the daughter of James and Jane McDivett, Private, 71st Regiment

Agnes McDONALD, aged 1 year, the daughter of George McDonald, 92nd Highlanders, buried 24th November 1837

Archibald McDONALD, aged 28 years, Private, 92nd Regiment, buried 13th October 1837

Atholl Whitworth MacDONALD, died Friday 28th February 1845, of pulmonary consumption, at the officers quarters, Floriana, in his 28th year. Captain, 42nd Regiment. He had served with the regiment for 11 years. The son of Archibald MacDonald

Donald McDONALD, aged 2 years, the son of George McDonald, Private 92nd Highlanders, buried 16th October 1840

D. MacDONALD, Private, 42nd Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 26th March 1846, of violent and outrageous conduct, sentenced to 15 years Transportation

George MacDONALD, born 5th September 1845, the son of Malcolm and Rubina MacDonald, nee BIRNIE, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment

George MACDONALD, 21+, bachelor, of Sutton, Haddingtonshire, Scotland, the son of Joseph and Mary Macdonald, Private, 42nd Highlanders, married 31st May 1876, to Sarah Anne JOY, 21+, spinster, of Sheerness, Kent, the daughter of of James and Caroline Joy

James MacDONALD, Private, 14th Regiment, died 11th December 1854. Whilst under guard for ill treating a woman, he was held in a small room overlooking Sally Port, but jumped to his death, a drop of 50 feet

Malcolm McDONALD, born 6th January 1843, the son of Malcolm and Rubina McDonald, nee BIRNIE, Private, 42nd Regiment

Robert MacDONALD, Sergeant, 70th Regiment, married 16th November 1837, to Ophelia WARD

Captain Robert Douglas MacDONALD, of Argyll, 42nd Regiment, married February 1834, to Mary Ann CARLETON, the daughter of Captain Carleton, Captain of Quarantine Ports

Clarence Albert McDONALD, the son of Sergeant Major McDonald, Welsh Regiment, aged 2 months 15 days, buried 14th July 1892

Jane McDONALD, aged 1 year 6 months, the daughter of Anne and Private Charles McDonald, 92nd Highlanders, buried 3rd August 1838

Malcolm McDONALD, aged 23 years, Private, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Royal Highlanders, buried 25th April 1844

Mary Ann McDONALD, aged 20 months, the daughter of Charles McDonald, 92nd Highlanders, buried 30th November 1837

Robert McDONALD, aged 2 years, the son of ... McDonald, 70th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 5th July 1837

Thomas McDONALD, Private, Rifle Brigade, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 18th November 1842, of damaging his bedding, sentenced 15 days solitary confinement

Thomas McDONALD, buried 23rd December 1868, aged 39 years 2 months, Gunner, Royal Artillery

William McDONALD, Private, 42nd Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on the 18th August 1857, of violence to a superior officer, sentenced to 50 lashes and 6 months hard labour. 25 lashes commuted

Henry McDOWELL, aged 21 years, bachelor, Drum Sergeant, Border Regiment, the son of Henry McDowell, married 22nd February 1899 to, Mary Annie DOWELL, aged 23 years, spinster, from Islington, Birmingham, the daughter of Richard Dowell

William McELROY, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 18th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Robert McELWEE, aged 2 years, the son of James McElwee, Corporal, 95th Regiment, buried 5th May 1824

Sarah Anne McEVOY, baptised 1st November 1865, the daughter of William and Anne McEvoy, Band Corporal, 29th Regiment

Sergeant William McEVOY, 2995, 28th Regiment, presented with silver medal for meritous conduct and long service, 25th May 1857

George McFADDEN, aged 18 months, the son of George McFadden, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 18th July 1837

George McFADDEN, aged 17 months, the son of Private McFadden, 47th Regiment, buried 7th August 1840

Andrew McFARLAND, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 3rd August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James McFARLANE, died 3rd December 1836, Private, 70th Regiment. Born in Eastwood, the son of James McFarlane of Glasgow

Mary McFARLANE, aged 6 months, the daughter of Private McFarlane, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 5th July 1845

George McFORMICK, died Monday 19th April 1847, Lance Corporal, 1st Battalion, 97th Regiment, accident whilst bathing, was carried away by an under current and drowned

Adelaide Mary Louisa McGARRY, baptised 9th November 1862, the daughter of James and Dorothy McGarry, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Florence McGARRY, baptised 11th February 1860, the daughter of James and Dorothea McGarry, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Mary McGARVEY, the daughter of James McGarvey, Private, 76th Regiment, buried 26th July 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edward James McGEE, the son of Malcolm McGee, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 3 years, buried 5th February 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Elizabeth McGEE, born 3rd June 1858, the daughter of Malcolm and Elizabeth McGee, nee MASON, Gunner, Royal Artillery

George McGEE, the son of Malcolm McGee, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 8 months, buried 9th March 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Margaret McGEE, baptised 18th May 1861, the daughter of Malcolm and Elizabeth McGee, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Mary Anne McGEE, born 13th July 1856, the daughter of Malcolm and Elizabeth McGee, nee MASON, Gunner/Driver, Royal Artillery

Thomas McGILL, aged 15 months, the son of Matthias McGill, 18th Regiment, buried 19th September 1823

James McGILLEVRAY, aged 25 years, Corporal, 92nd Highlanders, buried 9th October 1840

Katherine McGINN, died 20th July 1890, aged 31 years, the wife of Sergeant-Major T. McGinn, 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment

Cornelius McGLINN, aged 30 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 26th February 1824

Gregor McGREGOR, aged 39 years 3 months, Corporal, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Royal Highlanders, buried 25th April 1844

William McGUINNESS, aged 30 years, born in Ireland, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of John McGuinness, Carpenter, married 24th January 1868 to, Elizabeth SIGGINS, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Quebec, Canada, the daughter of William Siggins, Shopkeeper

Elizabeth McGUIRE, aged 1 year, the daughter of Thomas McGuire, 80th Regiment, buried 11th July 1825

Thomas McHAFFY, Corporal, 47th Regiment, married 22nd September 1839, to Mary DONAHUE, widow

Charles Wheatley McHARDY, died 3rd August 1833, aged 10 months, the son of QMS Charles McHardy, 42nd Regiment

James McILROY, was born in Ireland about 1841. He served in the Royal Artillery for a total of almost 21 years, of which over nine were spent abroad. He was married to Grace nee Isaac, born about 1837 in Devon. Whilst on Corfu, Ionian Islands, a son Francis Corcyra McIlroy was born. James and Grace moved to Malta where he served from July 1864 to October 1867. In September 1865 a daughter Hannah Blanche McIlroy was born. Shortly after his arrival in Malta he re-enlisted on 1st August 1864. Promotion from Corporal to Sergeant was made on 1st June 1865. From Malta he was posted to Kingston, Ontario, Canada, where the couple had a third child Elma John McIlroy in 1868

John Black McILROY, born 5th December 1863, the son of William and Catharine McIlroy, nee BLACK, Sergeant-Major, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Janet McINNES, born 6th July 1848, the daughter of Peter and Ann McInnes, nee FACEY, Sergeant-Major, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment

Helen MACKINTOSH, the daughter of William Mackintosh, Quartermaster, 47th Regiment, aged six months, buried 12th October 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Hannah Blanche McILROY, baptised 8th December 1866, the daughter of James and Grace McIlroy, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Jesse McINNES, the daughter of Peter McInnes, Sergeant Major, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged one year five months, buried 20th December 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Ann McINTYRE, aged 9 months, the daughter of Duncan McIntyre, 92nd Highlanders, buried 30th January 1837

Elizabeth Catherine MacINTYRE, born 19th September 1862, the daughter of Duncan and Jessie MacIntyre, nee CHISHOLM, QM, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Jessy McINTYRE, aged 3 years, the daughter of Duncan McIntyre, 92nd Highlanders, buried 23rd January 1837

Joseph McINTYRE, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in Edinburgh, Sapper, Royal Engineers, the son of Finlay McIntyre, Park Ranger, married 13th December 1870 to, Charlotte JAMES, aged 21 years, spinster, born in Norwich, the daughter of George James, Labourer

Harold William George McINTYRE, born 23rd December 1859, the son of Duncan and Jessie McIntyre, nee CHISHOLM, QM, Rifle Brigade

Peter McINTYRE, died 30th January 1844, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, aged 26 years. Accidently killed whilst exercising a horse

John McJAMES, aged 27 years, 92nd Highlanders, buried 16th November 1838

Alexander McKAY, died 31st October 1832, Private, 42nd Regiment, aged 25 years. Born in Barney, Lanarkshire, and served seven years

Angus John MACKAY M.D., Surgeon, Royal Regiment, married 16th July 1857 to, Annette Blackford TUDOR, daughter of the late Captain Henry B. Tudor, 69th Regiment

Joseph McKAY, 21+, bachelor, born in Paisley, Scotland, Private, 47th Regiment, the son of Alexander and Mary McKay, married 28th June 1856 to, Ellen KENNEDY, 21+, spinster, born Tipperary, Ireland, the daughter of Michael and Alice Kennedy

Margaret McKAY, aged 3 months, the daughter of David McKay, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 5th November 1843

Lieut-Colonel A.C. McKEAN, Inniskilling Dragoons, married May 1890, to Baroness Sceberras D’Amico Inguanez, at the Chapel of Casa Inguanez in Notabile

George McKEAVER, aged 25 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 15th December 1845

Margaret Jane McKEE, born 6th March 1869, the daughter of James and Letitia McKee, nee FULLERTON, Private, 48th Regiment

Philip McKEE, born 1838/1839, the son of Mary and John McKee, Private, 47th Regiment

William John McKEE, born 31st October 1870, the son of James and Letitia McKee, nee FULLERTON, Private, 48th Regiment

William McKEEVOR, aged 22 months, the son of George McKeevor, Royal Artillery, buried 8th July 1842

..... McKELLEY, died 3rd January 1865, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, found at bottom of Verdala Bastion on the 1st, by two other soldiers, who had heard a noise of a heavy fall. Assumed he fell from the bastion. Died two days later in the Military Hospital

Joseph McKELVEY, aged 33 years, Private, 18th Regiment, buried 18th December 1823

Edward McKENNA, Private, 89th Regiment, buried 3rd July 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Private William McKENNER, Border Regiment, on 13th December 1898, with others from the same regiment was boating outside Grand Harbour near St.Elmo lighthouse, when the boat capsized. From the party of eight men, three were drowned, and the others saved by Maltese boatmen Giuseppe and Spiridione Debono. He was one of the survivors

Augustin Charles Colin MACKENZIE, Major, Royal Engineers, died 26th November 1885 from congestion of the brain. He entered the Army on 22nd December 1859 as a Lieutenant, and became a Major on 1st July 1881

Francis Edward MacKENZIE, born 2nd November 1865, the son of John Mills and Priscilla Charlotte MacKenzie, nee SKELLY, QMS, Royal Artillery

George MACKENZIE, 21+, bachelor, from Dundee, Scotland, Driver & Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 8th February 1843 to, Dorothy POTTS, 21+, spinster, from Northumberland

Gordon McKENZIE, aged 29 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died from cholera, buried 16th July 1837

John McKENZIE, Sergeant, married 1st September 1855 to, Priscilla SKELLY

Priscilla Hunter McKENZIE, born 20th December 1866, the daughter of John Mills and Priscilla Charlotte McKenzie, nee SKELLY, QMS, Royal Artillery

Samuel George McKENZIE, born 1867/1868, the son of Catherine and Samuel McKenzie, Sergeant, 64th Regiment

Catherine MACKERELL, died 17th April 1809, the daughter of Lieutenant Mackerell of 44th Regiment

Elizabeth Isabella McKERROW, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Alexander McKerrow, married 9th January 1889, to Robert David TUPPEN, aged 27 years, bachelor, Schoolmaster, the son of David Tuppen

Ethel Louisa McKERROW, aged 18 years, a daughter of Alexander and Elizabeth McKerrow. She suffered greatly since she died as a result of her dress catching fire when a parafin lamp fell on it. Born in Mauritius, buried 13th November 1895

Lilian Ann McKERROW, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of Alexander McKerrow, married 18th July 1889, to John LINNING, aged 25 years 6 months, bachelor, QMS, 1st Battalion, Royal Highlanders, the son of Matthew Linning

Maude Christina McKERROW, aged 15 years, spinster, the daughter of Alexander McKerrow, Army Pensioner, married 22nd April 1896, to John Edmund STOKOE, aged 25 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Thomas MACKESON, buried 6th October 1837, in the Lazaretto, Lieutenant, arrived on the Frigate Portland from Alexandria. Commited suicide on board ship

James MACKEY, Private, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment found Guilty of theft by a Magistrates Court 10th October 1868, and sentenced to 12 months imprisonment with hard labour

Robert McKIBBIN, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 16th October 1827, to Frances JOBSON, of Cumberland

Charles Henry McKILLOP, the son of Corporal John McKillop, 68th Light Infantry, aged one year five months, buried 2nd April 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Robert McKIMMIE, bachelor, Sergeant, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Regiment, married 1st March 1845 to, Mary McLELLAN, widow

George MacKINLAY, Major, Royal Artillery, serving in Malta on his birthday, 4th February 1889, aged 42 years

Thomas MACKINLAY, widower, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, married 16th May 1845 to, Margaret CAMPBELL (? SMITH), widow

Ellen McKINLLAY, aged 5 months, the daughter of Samuel McKinllay, 92nd Highlanders, buried 18th November 1837

William McKINLEY, aged 13 months, the son of J. McKinley, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 13th July 1828

David Reid McKINNON, 21+, bachelor, born in Aberdeen, Surgeon, 21st Royal North British Fusiliers, the son of Jane and Captain Lachlan McKinnon, married 22nd June 1858 to, Caroline Annie ARROWSMITH, spinster, minor with mother’s consent, born in London, the daughter of Anne Esther and William Lamb Arrowsmith

Donald William Cartwright MACKINNON, born 2nd September 1867, the son of John Gordon and Emily Mackinnon, nee CARTWRIGHT, Sergeant, Instructor of Musketry, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Elizabeth Georgina MACKINNON, born 16th November 1863, the daughter of John Gordon and Emily Mackinnon, nee CARTWRIGHT, Sergeant, Instructor of Musketry, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Mary Emily MACKINNON, born 14th September 1865, the daughter of John Gordon Mackinnon and Emily, nee CARTWRIGHT, Sergeant Instructor, 8th Regiment

Caroline Annie McKINNON, died from a heart attack in the family residence at 36 Piazza Maggiore, Floriana, on Thursday night 1st December 1898, aged 58 years. The wife of David Reid McKinnon, and eldest daughter of William Lamb Arrowsmith, a former Superintendent of Public Works in Malta, and his wife Annie Esther

Andrew MacKINTOSH, Royal Artillery, married 5th July 1815 to Elizabeth STILLING

Major M'KIRDY, 69th Regiment, arrived on the Oronte, November 1850

Patrick McKIRMIN, died 29th October 1869, 31st Regiment. Found dead at the gate of St.John's, had been on sentry duty at bastion above

Jane McLEAN, aged 12 months, the daughter of Alexander McLean, 77th Regiment, buried 26th July 1840

Magdalene McLEAN, aged 23 months, the daughter of Private Alexander McLean and Catherine, nee Noble, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 4th March 1845. Born 26th March 1843

Annie Elizabeth MACKLIN, baptised 1st March 1896, the daughter of George Henry and Caroline Ann Macklin, Company QuarterMaster Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Florence Susan MacMAHON, the daughter of Patrick William MacMahon, Captain, 44th Regiment, aged 11 months, buried 21st July 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Philip McMAHON, aged 25 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 5th September 1826

Joseph MacMEER, Private, 47th Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 2nd May 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John McNALLY, aged 35 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 4th October 1838

John McQUEEN, aged 33 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, died of cholera, buried 27th June 1837

Alexander McRAE, Private, 1st Battlaion, 42nd Regiment, married 4th May 1843 to, Isabella McKENZIE, the daughter of John McKenzie, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment

Elspeth McRAE, aged 1 year, the daughter of Private McRae, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 15th August 1845

John MACRAE, Lieutenant, Black Watch, serving in Malta on his birthday, 30th December 1888, aged 27 years

John MACKRALL, Colour-Sergeant, 69th Regiment, married 24th April 1849, to Ann ROOPE, widow

James MACLACHLAN, Brevet-Major, Royal Artillery. Born Ayrshire, April 1789. Served on Malta and Sicily 1806 to 1812

James MacLAREN, Private, 42nd Regiment, married 19th March 1832, to Johanna GUNN

Charles Stuart MacLEAN, born 5th January 1862, the son of William and Maria MacLean, nee NORMAN, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

James Grant McLEAN, aged 25 years, bachelor, Private, R.A.M.C., the son of James Grant McLean deceased, married 5th June 1899, to Alice TURRALL, aged 24 years, spinster, from Southampton, the daughter of Charles Turrall deceased

Magdalene McLEAN, born 26th March 1843, the daughter of Alexander and

Catherine McLean, nee NOBLE, Private, 42nd Regiment

Caterine Elvira MACLEANE, the eldest daughter of Major General C.M. Macleane, married 8th November 1869 at Cairo to, Mallcott Sydney RICHARDSON, 35th Regiment, the fourth son of Lawford Richardson

Anne and Elizabeth MacLELLAN, born 27th May 1845, the twin daughters of John and Elizabeth MacLellan, nee ARMSTRONG, Schoolmaster Sergeant

John McLELLAN, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment, married 29th March 1834, to Elizabeth ARMSTRONG

Henry McLEOD, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in London, the son of David McLeod, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, married 13th March 1865 to, Lavinia Alice MITCHELL, aged 23 years, spinster, born in Southampton, the daughter of Alexander Mitchell

Andrew McMAHON, Sergeant, 94th Regiment, married 11th June 1832, to Julia SENNETT

Florence Susan MacMAHON, died 20th July 1854, aged 11 months, the daughter of Ellen and Patrick William MacMahon, Major, 44th Regiment. Born 20th August 1853

Patrick William McMAHON, 21+, bachelor, born Dartry House, Rathmines, Co. Dublin, Captain, 44th Regiment, the son of Margaret and Hugh McMahon, married 10th April 1851 to, Ellen CURTIS, spinster, minor with guardian’s consent, born East Cliff, Teignmouth, Devon, the daughter of George Savage Curtis and Emma Winthrop, formerly Curtis

William McMANUS, died 27th December 1809, aged 26 years, 27th Regiment, from dysentery

James McMILLAN, buried 27th June 1870, aged 20 years 2 months, Gunner, 10th Brigade, Royal Artilley, committed suicide

John McMILLAN, 21+, bachelor, of Glasgow, the son of William and Agnes McMillan, Corporal, 71st Regiment, married 7th December 1875, to Conchetta CACHIA, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Josephina Cachia

William McMILLAN, aged 23 years, bachelor, born at sea, the son of Thomas and Ann McMillan, Bandsman, 74th Highlanders, married 5th December 1874, to Mary Ann STEVENS, aged 17 years, spinster, of County Dublin, the daughter of John and Mary Stevens

Anne MacMULLEN, baptised 3rd August 1867, the daughter of George and Bridget MacMullen, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

George McNALLY, Corporal, 88th Regiment, married 9th June 1842, to Mary MITCHELL

Thomas Clarence McNALLY, aged 27 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, King’s Royal Rifles, the son of Peter McNally, Soldier, married 28th February 1895 to, Harriet Louise WEBB, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Barrington Webb, Seedsman

Mary Jane McNAUGHT, the daughter of George McNaught, Private, 54th Regiment, buried 27th September 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Samuel McNAUGHT, the son of Robert McNaught, Private, 54th Regiment, aged ten months, buried 4th December 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Emma McNAUGHTEN, baptised 14th July 1866, the daughter of John and Mary Ann McNaughten, Sergeant, 60th Rifles

Major John McNEILL, 18th Regiment, died on Thursday 31st July 1823

Henry McNIECE, Assistant Surgeon, 3rd Regiment, at his Court Martial held on 9th August 1861, he was found Guilty, sentenced to be Cashiered

Alexander John MacPHERSON, Captain Paymaster, 77th Regiment, married 26th May 1841, to Emma CARDEW, the daughter of Colonel Cardew, Royal Engineers

John McPHERSON, Private, 42nd Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on the 7th May 1844, of throwing his cap in the face of the President of a Court Martial, sentenced 14 years Transportation

John M'PHERSON, on 1st March 1845, late Private of 42nd Regiment, was placed before a magistrate at Rochester as a lunatic. He had been sent home from Malta in the Apollo, where he had been tried and sentenced to 14 years Transportation. Surgeons Ford and MacDonald of the hospital staff examined the prisoner and decided he was insane but not dangerous. The Bench decided he was to be dealt with according to instructions of the Horse Guards

James McQUEEN, aged 26 years, bachelor, born in Edinburgh, Colour-Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, the son of John and Helen McQueen, married 26th February 1862 to, Sarah Anne WRAY, aged 25 years, spinster, born in East Knoyle, Wiltshire, the daughter of George and Sarah Wray

James McQUEEN, aged 26 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of John McQueen, married 6th April 1886, to Eliza POPHAM, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of John Popham

Sarah Ellen McQUEEN, baptised 10th August 1862, the daughter of James and Sarah Ann McQueen, Colour Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Thomas McQUEEN, Captain, Royal Artillery, aged 27 years, buried 9th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Captain Thomas Richard M'QUEEN, Royal Artillery, aged 27 years, died early Monday morning 9th August 1850, at his quarters in Fort St.Elmo after an attack of cholera. He had nine years standing and had served in China

Elspeth MACRAE, born 13th June 1844, the daughter of Alexander and Isabella Macrae, nee MACKENZIE, Private, 42nd Regiment

Robert George McCREA, baptised 14th March 1867, the son of Frederic Bradford and Frederica Charlotte McCrea, Captain, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

Lieutenant Roger M’SWINEY, 8th Regiment, Court Martialed 24th November 1818. Cleared of all charges, but as a result of the defence evidence, Lieut-Colonel Roberton was later cashiered, and Major Buck found Guilty of some offences

Surgeon Major MacSWINEY MD, Army Medical Department, at Corrodino Hill, a daughter born 16th November 1882

Charles M'SWINNING, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment. On Wednesday evening 10th January 1844, he shot himself in the barracks at Fort St.Elmo, aged 24 years

Mary Parkes MACKEY, the daughter of Edward Mackey, Sergeant Major, 49th Regiment, aged three months, buried 22nd July 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Samuel William MADDAMS, 21+, bachelor, born in Clophill, Bedfordshire, Corporal, Royal Artillery, the son of William and Mary Anne Maddams, married 7th June 1866 to, Emma JACKSON, 21+, spinster, born in Chatham, Kent, the daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth Jackson

Henry MADDEN, aged 26 years, bachelor, Private, 3rd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, the son of William Honsan Madden, married 13th April 1885, to Susanna DART, aged 30 years, spinster, the daughter of William Dart

Elizabeth Jane MADDEN, baptised 6th May 1860, the daughter of George and Anna Maria Madden, Gunner, Royal Artillery

John MADDEN, the son of Sergeant Madden, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged 4 months, buried 4th April 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Emily MADDOCKS, baptised 12th January 1867, the daughter of John Joseph and Margaret Maddocks, Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Richard MADERMAN, died 26th December 1847, arrived on the Transport Blenheim from England. Died in the Lazaretto, from intoxication. Soldier, 69th Regiment

David MADILL, Private, 47th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 8th March 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

John Edward William MADREN, born 2nd December 1888, the son of Elizabeth and Sergeant John Stephen Madren, Royal Artillery

Miriam Alice MADREN, born 23rd June 1892, the daughter of John Stephen and Elizabeth Madren, Sergeant Major, Royal Artillery

Martha MAFFEY, baptised 19th May 1867, the daughter of Henry and Louisa Maffey, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 60th Rifles

Creighton MAGEE, the son of Quartermaster Sergeant Magee, 69th Regiment, aged 1 year 10 months, buried 11th May 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Hugh MAGEE, 25 years 6 months, bachelor, 98th Regiment, Colour-Sergeant, the son of Daniel Magee, married 18th December 1879, to Jane Gustavine PRIANTE, aged 20 years 6 months, spinster, the daughter of Edward Priante

Frederick Arthur MAGENIS, Lieutenant, 28th Regiment, married 2nd June 1857 to, Marie Antoinette Judith ELENA, the daughter of Giuseppe and Rosa Elena, of Piedmont

James MAGNET, the son of Quarter Master Sergeant James Magnet, East Kent Militia, aged 1 year, buried 26th July 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George MAGSON, Private, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 37 years 6 months, buried 8th September 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

J.M. MAGUIRE, Private, 44th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on the 12th December 1848, of theft, and sentenced to 18 months hard labour and stoppages

Revertie MAHER, baptised 22nd April 1866, the daughter of Thomas and Fanny Maher, Bandsman, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

Mrs MAHON, the wife of Sergeant John Mahon, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, gave birth to a daughter at 3 a.m. 11th October 1849

Private Daniel MAHONY, 44th Regiment, found Guilty on 26th September 1849 of stealing a length of cloth, was sentenced to labour at the public works, and a chain on his leg for two years

John Henry MAHONY, baptised 3rd March 1862, the son of John and Jane Mahony, Army Hospital Corps

Mary Jane MAHONEY, baptised 11th October 1863, the daughter of John and Jane Mahoney, Army Hospital Corps

Francis William Emmanuel MAJOR, born 17th November 1843, buried 3rd June 1844

Walter E. MAILLARD, born 1868/1869, the son of Mary and William Maillard, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Edward MAIN, Corporal, Royal Engineers, married 8th December 1856 to, Maddalena DECARLO, of Malta

William MAINWARING, Captain, 10th Regiment, married 9th June 1817, to Charlotte Murray PENROSE, the daughter of Sir Charles Vinicombe Penrose, Admiral of the White

John MAIR, Surgeon, 59th Regiment, married 26th April 1838, to Esther ELLARY, of Calcutta, the only daughter of QMS Ellary, of the same regiment

Sir Thomas MAITLAND, the Governor of Malta, died on the 17th January 1824, aged 66 years, at the home of his friend the Reverend Le Mesurier, in Floriana. He was born abt. December 1759, the second son of Mary Turner Maitland, nee Lombe, and James Maitland, the Seventh Earl of Lauderdale. Commissioned into the 72nd Highlanders he saw action in India, particularly at the capture of Palicatchery in 1784. He remained in India and was appointed Major in the 62nd Regiment in 1790, and later in 1794 as Lieut-Colonel when in the West Indies. In 1798 he was made Colonel of the 10th West India Regiment. Further promotion to Lieut-General followed in 1806 when he became the Commander-in-Chief in Ceylon until 1811. He took up the post of Governor of Malta in 1813, and his influence was extended when High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands plus Commander-in-Chief of the Mediterranean, were added to his responsibilities in 1815

Florence Amy MAJOR, baptised 19th November 1864, the daughter of Alfred and Mary Major, Hospital Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

Lieut-Colonel Charles T. MALASSEZ, Deputy Commissary General, died 29th April 1866

Reverend Alfred MALIM, Senior Chaplain to the Forces, 1894 to 1900. He was responsible for the transformation of Barracca Chapel from a plain Chapel-School building into a church

Arthur James MALING, baptised 6th June 1863, the son of Arthur and Mary Ann Maling, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Arthur Thomas MALING, baptised 11th February 1865, the son of Arthur and Mary Ann Maling, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Charles MALING, aged 32 years, bachelor, born in Ilford, Essex, Sapper, Royal Engineers, the son of James Maling, married 7th January 1865 to, Elizabeth GOLDTHORP, aged 37 years, widow, born in London, the daughter of Harvey WEBB

Charles MALING, baptised 3rd September 1865, the son of Charles and Elizabeth Maling, Sapper, Royal Engineers

Thomas MALONE, Private, 19th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 20th April 1841, of striking a Sergeant, sentenced to 200 lashes. At a second Court Martial held on 6th December 1841, he was found Guilty of striking a Corporal, and sentenced to 7 years Transportation

P. MALONEY, Private, 88th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial on the 17th May 1843, of striking a Colour-Sergeant, sentenced 200 lashes and stoppages

Amelia Mary MAMBERY, born 9th June 1845, the daughter of Edward and Amelia Mambery, nee JORDAN, Gunner, 8 Battery, Royal Artillery

Alfred Weylandt MANBY, baptised 9th April 1865, the son of Alfred Thomas and Phillis Wallace Manby, Private, Band, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

Phillis Grace MANBY, baptised 9th April 1865, the daughter of Alfred Thomas and Phillis Wallace Manby, Private, Band, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

Eliza MANCROFT, aged 1 year, the daughter of Joseph Mancroft, Drummer, 80th Regiment, buried 29th August 1823

Elizabeth MANCROFT, aged 5 months, the daughter of Joseph Mancroft, 80th Regiment, buried 29th March 1826

Matilda MANCROFT, aged 10 months, the daughter of Joseph Mancroft, Drummer, 80th Regiment, buried 8th December 1823

Elizabeth Ann MANFORD, the daughter of Thomas Manford, Ordnance Department, aged nine years, buried 22nd August 1853, by Reverend Le Mesurier

Gilbert George MANLEY, baptised 12th August 1866, the son of Martin and Sarah Manley, Private, Army Hospital Corps

Mrs MANNERS, the wife of Captain Manners, 59th Regiment, gave birth to a son 10th August 1837, in Valletta

Charles James MANNING, aged 31 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, the son of Benjamin Manning deceased, married 19th July 1900, to Louisa Jemima SIMPSON, aged 26 years, spinster, from Dymchurch, Kent, the daughter of Orlando Simpson

Annette Louisa MANSERGH, born 24th April 1876, the daughter of Charles William and Emma Mansergh, Assistant Commissary

Henry James MANSFIELD, born 16th July 1893, the son of James Walter and Amy Louisa Mansfield, Sergeant, 2nd East Surrey Regiment

Michael MANSFIELD, Private, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 35 years, buried 24th February 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Thomas MANSFIELD, died 10th October 1854, Sergeant, aged 31 years, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Thomas MANSFIELD, Sergeant, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 32 years, buried 7th October 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Edward MANSWORTH, Private, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, died 26th November 1851, buried in Blata il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

Pleasant MARCROFT, aged 10 months, the daughter of Joseph Marcroft, 80th Regiment, buried 28th August 1825

Sarah MARCROFT, aged 5 years, the daughter of Joseph Mancroft, Drummer, 80th Regiment, buried 10th July 1824

Cecil Marjory Barbara MARKHAM, born 14th April 1871, the daughter of Maria and Captain Frances Markham, Rifle Brigade

Edward MARKLAND, born in Malta about 1828. A Musician at Sandhurst College, Berkshire, in 1851

John MARKLAND, died 28th October 1830, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Samuel MARKLAND, born in Malta about 1830. A serving Soldier living in Marylebone, London, in 1851

Joseph MARKLOVE, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 29 years, buried 25th August 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Robert MARKNILL, Corporal, Royal Artillery, aged 23 years, buried 29th August 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Henry Fry MARKWICK, baptised 14th January 1866, the son of Thomas Fry and Louisa Markwick, Private, 29th Regiment

Mary Elizabeth MARLOW, born 30th September 1858, the daughter of Jane Mary and Benjamin William Marlow, Surgeon, 28th Regiment

William MARR, aged 22 months, the son of W. Marr, 92nd Highlanders, buried 3rd April 1837

Alfred George MARRIAGE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Private, Ordnance Store Corps, the son of Alfred Marriage, married 28th November 1881, to Mary Elizabeth CHAMBERLAIN, aged 21 years, widow, the daughter of John BALDACCHINO

Anne Maria MARRION, the daughter of William Marrion, Private, 41st Regiment, aged 4 months 2 weeks, buried 25th October 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Arthur Reuben MARRIOTT, the son of William Marriott, Quarter Master, 54th Regiment, aged 9 months, buried 20th November 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John James MARRIOTT, baptised 27th February 1867, the son of William and Lydia Marriott, Private, 84th Regiment

Marcus MARSCHAND, Private, 2nd Regiment of British Swiss Legion, buried 5th August 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

Henry MARSDEN, Private, 68th Regiment, found Guilty before Magistrates on 16th November 1853, of a disgusting crime with Manoli Cassetta, a Greek, and sentenced to one year in prison

Edwin George MARSH, baptised 15th July 1863, the son of James and Margaret Marsh, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Ellis Ernest MARSH, 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd Lancashire Fusiliers, died of fever, 28th July 1901, aged 19 years 8 months. Born in Kent, the son of Colonel H.C. Marsh, late Bengal S.C., and Emma his wife

John MARSH, Sergeant, 44th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 12th February 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

J. MARSH, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 3rd March 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William James MARSH, baptised 16th June 1861, the son of James and Margaret Marsh, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Alexander MARSHALL, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 9th March 1844, to Frances Helen GRAHAM, the daughter of Sergeant Graham, for many years Military Hospital Sergeant

Catherine Maria MARSHALL, baptised 30th March 1861, the daughter of John and Margaret Marshall, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps

John MARSHALL, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 17th April 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas MARSHALL, died 14th July 1829, Private, 7th Regiment

Ernest MARSHALSEA, baptised 19th April 1866, the son of George and Anna Marshalsea, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Alice MARSLAND, baptised 11th May 1862, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Marsland, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Frederick Stanley MARSLAND, baptised 3rd June 1865, the son of James and Lucy Marsland, Quartermaster Sergeant, 100 Regiment

Madonna MARSLAND, baptised 14th April 1860, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Marsland, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Sarah Jane MARSLAND, baptised 30th July 1864, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Marsland, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Thomas MARSLAND, baptised 14th April 1860, the son of Thomas and Sarah Marsland, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

William MARSLAND, baptised 14th April 1860, the son of Thomas and Sarah Marsland, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Annie Maude MARSTON, born 26th August 1858, the daughter of Annie Ashton and Jeffrey Marston, Assistant Surgeon, Royal Artillery

Sydney Allen MARSTON, baptised 20th November 1860, the son of Jeffrey A. and Annie Marston, Assistant Surgeon, Royal Artillery

Adele MARTEL, born 21st October 1885, the daughter of Charles Philip and Lilian Mary Martel, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery

Archibald MARTIN, baptised 26th February 1865, the son of Thomas and Amelia Emily Martin, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Edward MARTIN, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of William John Martin, married 27th December 1900, to Annie Rora BENNETT, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert Bennett

Eliza MARTIN, the eldest daughter of Surgeon Martin, 73rd Regiment, married 2nd May 1832, to William RUSSELL, of Ireland, Lieutenant, 73rd Regiment

Ethel Melita MARTIN, born 15th March 1889, the daughter of Frederick and Matilda Jane Martin, Bandmaster, 1st Dorset Regiment

George T. MARTIN, born 1867/1868, the son of Esther and George Martin, Sergeant, 28th Regiment

George Thompson MARTIN, baptised 10th August 1867, the son of George and Esther Martin, Sergeant, 64th Regiment

James MARTIN, aged 35 years, Corporal, Royal Artillery, buried 23rd November 1843

James MARTIN, Private, Grenadier Guards, aged 22 years, buried 29th January 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James MARTIN, 21+, bachelor, born in Mullahack, Armagh, Ireland, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of Samuel and Mary Martin, married 22nd March 1864 to, Caroline MAMO, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Ignazio and Rosa Mamo

James William MARTIN, 21+,. bachelor, born Durham, Band Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment, the son of William James Martin, married 2nd February 1865 to, Mary Jane THOMAS, 21+, widow, born in Woolbridge, Dorset, the daughter of Sergeant Thomas STEVENS, Royal Artillery

John MARTIN, died 22nd November 1809, aged 4 years, Royal Artillery

John MARTIN, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 18th August 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Patrick MARTIN, 21+, bachelor, born Wexford, Ireland, Corporal, 69th Regiment, the son of Michael and Mary Martin of Wexford, married 14th March 1851 to, Catherine DONNELLY, 21+, widow of Hugh Donnelly, 69th Regiment, born in Cork, Ireland, the daughter of Cornelius and Agnes HARRINGTON

Private MARTIN, Grenadier Company, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial on 28th September 1849 of insubordination, drunkeness at target practice, and habitual drunkeness

Richard Hughes MARTIN, aged 25 years, Lieutenant, 78th Regiment, died 14th December 1852, in the Lazaretto. He arrived in Malta on the 13th December with HM Steamer Haddington, from Bombay, to recover his health but died next morning

Samuel MARTIN, aged 3 weeks, the son of James Martin, Corporal, Royal Artillery, buried 23rd March 1843

Thomas Francis MARTIN, baptised 17th February 1861, the son of Joseph and Ellen Martin, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

William MARTIN, aged 5 years, the son of Corporal James Martin, Royal Artillery, buried 18th February 1842

William MARTIN, 21+, bachelor, the son of William Martin, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 11th February 1833, to Carmela CAMILLERI, 21+, spinster, of Porto Salvo, Valletta

William MARTIN, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in Wellington, Somerset, Soldier, the son of William Martin, married 20th October 1868 to, Susan DUNN, aged 21 yers, spinster, born in Dublin, the daughter of William Dunn

W.W. MARTIN, Sergeant Instructor of Musketry, 31st Regiment, his wife gave birth to a son on 26th May 1868, at St.Georges Bay

John MARTINDALE, born 15th June 1898, the son of William and Catherine Martindale, Private, 2nd Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Mary MARTINDALE, born 18th April 1900, the daughter of William and Catherine Martindale, Private, 2nd Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

William MASHAW, born in Malta about 1812. A serving Soldier stationed at Woolwich, Kent, in 1851

Frederick George MASON, born 24th August 1896, the son of Frederick William and Esther Amy Mason, Lance Corporal, 1st Royal Warwick Regiment

Margaret MASON, the wife of William Mason, Corporal, Royal Artillery, aged 26 years, buried 7th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Sarah MASON, aged 11 months 6 days, the daughter of Bombardier Mason, Royal Artillery, buried 28th October 1846

William MASON, aged 6 years, the son of Garrison Quarter Master Sergeant John Mason, buried 11th February 1828

Concetta Belfiore MASSEY, died 9th June 1837, the wife of Captain Edward Massey, formerly 10th Regiment

Captain MASSIER, 69th Regiment, a daughter born Tuesday 22nd January 1850, at Fort Manoel

Edward MASTERS, Private, Army Hospital Corps, married Vittoria PISCOPO on 2nd February 1864, in a Roman Catholic ceremony. He abandoned her some time afterwards. She did not hear from him after 1875, so did not know if he were dead or alive when on 31st July 1882 she married Josiah PACKMAN, in St.Paul’s Anglican cathedral, Valletta, stating that she was a widow. She was the daughter of Salvatore PISCOPO

Mary Ann MATHER, aged 15 months, the daughter of James Mather, 92nd Highlanders, buried 8th July 1837

Emma MATHERS, born 1869, the daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Walker Mathers, at Fort Tigne

Eliza Catherine MATHESON, aged 1 month, the daughter of Thomas Matheson, Royal Artillery, buried 7th August 1825

Isabella MATHESON, aged 32 years, the wife of Thomas Matheson, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 23rd July 1827

John William MATHESON, aged 10 months, the son of Thomas Matheson, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 27th July 1827

Mrs MATHEW, the wife of Paymaster Mathew, 57th Regiment, gave birth to a daughter 29th September 1857

Horace MATHIAS, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery. Born Mundham, Norfolk, 29th August 1799, married 9th November 1825 to, Georgiana LONG,. Served in Malta June 1822 to June 1828

Horatia MATHIAS, born 22nd January 1827, the daughter of Georgiana and Horace Mathias, Royal Artillery

Lieutenant H. MATHIAS, Royal Artillery, died 7th June 1836 in Corfu, by falling from his horse

Adelaide MATTEI, died 28th June 1845, the wife of Lieutenant A. Mattei, of Royal Malta Fencible Regiment, and the daughter of Joseph Montanaro, Purveyor of the Malta Charitable Institutions

Agnes Mary MATTHEW, born 24th November 1861, the daughter of Emily Frances and Major Thomas Patrick Matthew, Staff Surgeon

Charles Howard MATTHEW, born 29th March 1865, the son of Emily Frances and Dr. Thomas Patrick Matthew

Jessie Helen Hinton MATTHEW, born 22nd November 1863, the daughter of Emily Frances and Thomas Patrick Matthew

Thomas Patrick MATTHEW, MD, resident Malta, electoral list 1864

Thomas Patrick MATTHEW, Staff Surgeon Major, died June 1865, leaving a widow and three children

Richard MATTHEWMAN, Private, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, buried 26th December 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Alexander MATTHEWS, Corporal, 80th Regiment, married 1st January 1825, to Susan HOWE

Elizabeth Catherine MATTHEWS, born 20th July 1864, the daughter of Frederick and Sarah Cecilia Matthews, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Elizabeth MATTHEWS, aged 3 years, the daughter of Sergeant Thomas Matthews, Royal Fusiliers, buried 15th January 1829

Elizabeth MATTHEWS, aged 18 months, the daughter of Robert Matthews, 92nd Highlanders, buried 11th July 1839

Elizabeth MATTHEWS, the daughter of George Matthews, Sergeant, 14th Regiment, aged nine months, buried 14th May 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Thomas Alexander MATTHEWS, aged 21 months, the son of Robert Matthews, 92nd Highlanders, buried 6th July 1837

Jane Isabella MATTINSON, aged 16th months, the daughter of Peter Mattinson, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 27th July 1828

Edward Brice MATTISON, Royal Artillery, married 4th May 1839, to Jane PRITCHARD

Elizabeth MATTISON, aged 19 months, the daughter of Peter Mattison, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 17th June 1824

Ada Cecil MAUDE, born 10th March 1854, the daughter of Catherine Mary and Captain Frederick Francis Maude, 3rd Regiment The Buffs

Alice Emily MAUDE, born 7th June 1855, the daughter of Catherine Mary and Major Frederick Francis Maude, 3rd Regiment The Buffs

Frederick Eustace Cecil MAUDE, born 2nd May 1859, the son of Catherine Mary and Lieut-Colonel Frederick Francis Maude, 3rd Regiment The Buffs

Martin MAUDLEY, Private, Hospital Staff Corps, was found dead in the Sanatorium at Citta Vecchia. He was the barber, and had committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor on the morning of the 6th September 1869

Surgeon General Thomas MAUNSELL, Principal Medical Officer in 1899

Agnes MAXWELL, aged 6 months, the daughter of Private Maxwell, 42nd Royal Highlanders, buried 26th June 1846

Edward Cleaver MAXWELL, 21+, bachelor, of Black Torrington, Devon, the son of John Goodman Maxwell, Surgeon, 13th Regiment, married 4th November 1874, to Georgina Anne JOHNSTON, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Georgina and Captain Gabriel Johnston, R.N.

George MAXWELL, baptised 1st November 1866, the son of Charles and Sarah Maxwell, Warder, Military Prison

John MAXWELL, Private, Rifle Brigade, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 16th November 1842, of writing false statements respecting his Commanding Officer, sentenced 6 months imprisonment

Mary MAXWELL, born 8th July 1844, the daughter Thomas and Mary Maxwell, nee MEIKLE, Private, 42nd Regiment

Janet Fenton MAY, born 23rd March 1868, the daughter of Thomas Fenton and Mary May, nee JONES, Sergeant, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery

John Robert MAY, born 5th June 1870, the son of Thomas and Mary May, nee JONES, Sergeant-Major, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery

W. MAY, was Acting Apothecary at the General Hospital set up in Zejtun in 1800

William MAYCOCK, Farrier, Royal Artillery, aged 34 years, buried 15th February 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Daniel MAYHEW, Private, 77th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 2nd June 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare C.F.

Arthur MAYNARD, aged 30 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Royal Berkshire Regiment, the son of Benjamin Maynard deceased, married 14th February 1893, to Annie CONNIHAM, aged 28 years, spinster, the daughter of Richard Conniham

Charles William MAYNE, aged 36 years, bachelor, born in Ireland, Colour Sergeant, Royal Engineers, the son of John Mayne, Mariner, married 29th December 1869 to, Margaret BELL, aged 27 years, spinster, born in Ireland, the daughter of William Alexander Bell, Shoemaker

Eliza MAXWELL, the daughter of Sergeant John Maxwell, 76th Regiment, aged one year, buried 26th July 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William MAXWELL, Private, 20th Regiment, aged 33 years, buried 24th December 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Fanny Jane MAY, baptised 6th January 1866, the daughter of Thomas and Leah Prudence May, Private, 29th Regiment

John MEAD, aged 1 month, the son of Samuel Mead, 59th Regiment, buried 25th November 1838

George MEADE, 21+, bachelor, born in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, the son of William and Mary Meade, Corporal, 24th Regiment, married 15th April 1869 to, Elena RYAN, nee DELIA, in St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, Valletta, and she left Malta with him. She stated that she was born in Malta, the widow of Thomas Ryan, 22nd Regiment, and her parents were Carmela and Alessandro Delia. Her brother Alessandro DELIA, late Sergeant in the Royal Malta Fencibles, alleged that around 1864 she had married in a Roman Catholic ceremony at the Sarria Church, Floriana, Thomas RYAN, 22nd Regiment. Ryan left Malta about a year later without his wife, but returned in 1873 and made enquiries regarding the family

Mark MEADE, aged 6 months, the son of Samuel Meade, 59th Regiment, buried 16th June 1837

William MEADS, Private, S. Fusilier Guards, buried 4th January 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John Conolly MEAHAM, aged 24 years, bachelor, of Co.Tyrone, Ireland, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 25th Jnuary 1813, to Rebecca GRIFFITT, aged 15 years, spinster, of St.Peter, Derby the daughter of Sergean John Griffitt, Royal Artillery, with her fathers consent

James MEAKIN, 21+, bachelor, born in Birmingham, late Private, 25th Regiment, the son of Samuel and Elizabeth Meakin, married 9th June 1864 to, Rosa CHETCUTI, 21+, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Giovanni and Anne Chetcuti

Amy Jane MEANUGH, baptised 30th March 1862, the daughter of Gilbert and Margaret Meanugh, Army Hospital Corps

Gilbert MEANUGH, baptised 12th October 1864, the son of Gilbert and Margaret Menaugh, Army Hospital Corps

Annie Eliza MEARS, born 25th October 1893, the daughter of Eliza and William John Mears, Gunner, Royal Artillery

William John MEARS, aged 32 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of John Mears, married 15th September 1892, to Eliza GORROD, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert Gorrod

Magnus Gilbert Laing MEASON, Major, 8th Hussars, died 30th January 1886, Superintendent of Corradino Prison. As a Lieutenant he served with He joined the 40th Regiment as an Ensign on 21st June 1839, being promoted to Lieutenant on 26th October 1841. He served with the 40th in Lower and Upper Scinde and Beloochistan in 1840/1841. Throughout the 2nd Afghan campaign under General Nott. At Candahar during the winter of 1841/1842, but on the advance to Cabool he was severly wounded at Goaine. Present at the battle of Maharajpore. He received a medal inscribed ‘Candahar and Cabool’ and a Bronze Star for Maharajpore. Became Barrack Master in Malta in 1860

Magnus Gilbert Laing MEASON. Ensign 21st June 1839 by purchase 40th Regiment of Foot. Lieutenant Meason served with the 40th in Lower and Upper Scinde and Beloochistan in 1840 – 1841 and throughout the Second Afghan Campaign. At Candahar during the winter of 1841 – 1842 and on the advance to Cabool he was severely wounded at Goaine. He was also present at the Battle of Maharajpore. He received the Medal inscribed ‘Candahar, Cabool’ and the Bronze Star of Maharajpore. Transferred to Lieutenant 10th (Prince of Wales Own) Royal Regiment of Light Dragoons (Hussars). 1854 Army List shows Captain Meason Barrack Master at Nottingham, then 1860 Captain Meason Barrack Master at Malta. 1866 onwards First Class Barrack Master (Lieut-Colonel) at Malta.

Jane MEDLEYCOTT, baptised 31st August 1862, the daughter of William and Hannah Medleycott, Private, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Ivy MEDLYCOTT, born 25th August 1899, the daughter of William and Mildred Mary Medlycott, Sergeant Instructor Musketry, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers

Catherine MEEK, the wife of Bandsman Meek, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 11th June 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary Ann Matilda MEEK, the daughter of Lance Corporal Meek, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged four months, buried 21st May 1849, by Reverend Le Mesurier

John Alexander MEIN, died 5th November 1841, Colonel, 74th Regiment

John MELANE, 21+, bachelor, of Liverpool, the son of William and Bridget Melane, Private, 13th Regiment, married 25th April 1872, to Sarah Jane DOWLAND, 21+, spinster, of Southampton, the daughter of Joseph and Charlotte Dowland

James MELLES, Corporal, Royal Engineers, married 3rd November 1859 to, Ellen ANDREWS

Clara Orontes MELLING, baptised 18th October 1863, the daughter of William and Clara Melling, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

William Henry MELLING, baptised 8th July 1866, the son of William and Sarah Melling, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Elizabeth MELVILLE, aged 6 months, the daughter of Barrack Sergeant Melville, buried 14th September 1826

Martha MELVIN, aged 10 months, the daughter of Thomas Melvin, Barrack Sergeant, buried 23rd August 1828

Amelia Mary MEMBRY, aged 2 months, the daughter of Edward Membry, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 4th August 1845

Joseph MENAUGH, born 1st October 1867, the son of Gilbert and Margaret Menaugh, Army Hospital Corps

Henry MERCER, Private, 5th Regiment, married 20th July 1835, to Eliza MEREDITH

Private John MERCER, 100th Regiment, committed suicide in the barrack room at Fort St.Elmo, mid January 1866. He shot himself through the head whilst lying on his bed

Samuel MERCER, aged 31 years, bachelor, born in Yorkshire, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, Military Foreman of Works, married 6th April 1867 to, Jane CRAWFORD, aged 24 years, spinster, born in Malta

William MERCER, Land Transport Corps, buried 9th July 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare C.F.

George MERCHANT, aged 24 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 8th August 1825

William MERRILL, 1st Dragoon Guards, buried 7th February 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Catherine Alice MERRITT, born 30th September 1863, the daughter of Francis and Mary Ann Merritt, nee McCRACKEN, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Frances Mary MERRITT, baptised 10th June 1865, the daughter of Francis and Mary Ann Merritt, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Francis MERRITT, born 2nd September 1866, the son of Francis William and Mary Ann Merritt, nee McCRACKEN, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Thomas MERRITT, aged 29 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of William Merritt, married 2nd November 1881, to Maria Louisa PLATT, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Christopher Platt

William MERRITT, Private, 1st Royals, buried 17th January 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

John MERTZ, aged 29 years, bachelor, from Fulda, Germany, Sergeant, de Meuron’s Regiment, married 18th November 1810, to Anna STRECKER, aged 32 years, spinster, of Holstein, the daughter of Anna and Andreas Strecker, de Meuron Regiment

Winifred MESSENGER, born 15th October 1892, the daughter of Henry Charles and Susan Messenger, Armourer Sergeant, Cameron Highlanders

William Langford Rudduck METCALF, baptised 23rd June 1860, the son of William and Mary Metcalf, Staff Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Henry Francis METCALFE, baptised 26th February 1864, the son of Timothy and Sarah Metcalfe, Quartermaster, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

Richard METCALFE, the son of .... Metcalfe, 59th Regiment, buried 30th July 1837

Sarah METCALFE, aged 28 years, the wife of ...... Metcalfe, 59th Regiment died from cholera, buried 13th July 1837

William MICHIE, Private, 92nd Regiment, married 5th October 1839, to Janet LOWDEN

Abraham MIDDLETON, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 31 years, buried 6th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Robert MIDDLETON, Sergeant, 14th Regiment, married 16th July 1814, to Sarah CHAPMAN

Thomas MIDDLETON, Royal Artillery, married 24th October 1814, to Mary DEAVER

William MIDDLETON, aged 31 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 12th June 1826

William MIDWINTER, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 19 years, buried 26th May 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John MILES, Private, 46th Regiment, age unknown, buried 28th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Colonel Robert Henry MILES, died 18th April 1867 in Dunsford’s Hotel, aged 61 years, late HM Indian Army

Elizabeth MILLAR, aged 30 years, the wife of William Millar, Hospital Sergeant, 85th Regiment, buried 3rd September 1828

Emma MILLAR, aged 15 months, the daughter of William Millar, 85th Regiment, buried 3rd December 1824

Samuel MILLAR, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 10th April 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas MILLAR, aged 3 years, the son of James Millar, Royal Artillery, buried 14th June 1825

William MILLAR, aged 27 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 13th May 1838

Archibald Robert MILLER, died 19th November 1841, aged 23 years, Lieutenant, 14th Regiment Light Dragoons. En route from England to Bombay

Edward MILLER, Private, Rifle Brigade, married 10th March 1828, to Teresa de BONN, of San Lorenzo, Vittoriosa

Elizabeth MILLER, born 7th June 1868, the daughter of Richard and Agnes Miller,nee LINDSEY, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps

Eliza MILLER, baptised 3rd July 1867, the daughter of Patrick and Frances Miller, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

James Henry MILLER, baptised 26th January 1867, the son of Joseph and Amy Mary Anne Matilda Miller, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

William Frederick MILLER, died 19th July 1868, aged 6 months, the son of Victoria Jane and James Miller, Staff Sergeant, Commissary Staff Corps

Richard MILLER, born 29th June 1870, the son of Richard and Agnes Miller, neeLINDSAY, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps

Robert MILLER, Private, 97th Regiment, died Saturday night 15th May 1847, a patient in Vitorriosa hospital threw himself from the Hospital

Sarah Ann MILLER, aged 4 months, the daughter of Joseph Miller, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 24th April 1842

Sarah Jane MILLER, the wife of Thomas Miller, Private, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, buried 28th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William MILLER, Private, 85th Regiment, married 10th October 1831, to Martha MELLOR

Bandmaster William MILLER, Rifle Brigade, commencing at the age of 12 years, he served a total of forty-one years with them

Wiliam MILLER, Bugle Major, Rifle Brigade, married 29th December 1842, to Hannah Frances ROBINSON

William MILLER, 48th Regiment, died 25th October 1856, his body was found in Marsamuscetto harbour, near Fort Tigne. Believed committed suicide by drowning himself

William Frederick MILLER, born 16th January 1868, the son of James and Victoria Jane Miller, nee HOOPER, Staff-Sergeant, Commissary Staff Corps

Hannah MILLIKER (?), baptised 13th July 1867, the daughter of John and Hannah Milliker, Sergeant Instructor of Musketry

Henry MILLINGTON, baptised 6th December 1866, the son of Henry and Ann Millington, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Richard James MILLMAN, baptised 7th December 1862, the son of John and Bridget Millman, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Edward MILLS, Private, 41st Regiment, aged 40 years, buried 4th June 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Henry MILLS, Corporal, Rifle Brigade, married 11th June 1829, to Jane KIRBY

Joseph MILLS, 21+ , bachelor, of Runcorn, Cheshire, the son of Diana and William Mills, Sergeant, 64th Regiment, married 2nd January 1872, to Alice Louisa BARKER, 21+, spinster, of Swaffam, Norfolk, the daughter of John and Mary Barker

Thomas MILLS, Quarter-Master, 88th Regiment, died Wednesday 3rd January 1844, at his residence in Floriana

William Thomas MILLS, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Thomas Mills, married 24th January 1889, to Helen Horn FINDLAY, aged 30 years, spinster, the daughter of William Findlay

Mary Thelma MILNE, aged 11 months, the daughter of Private James Milne, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 6th July 1844

James MILNER, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Aberdeen, Scotland, the son of James and Jessie Milner, Sergeant, 71st Highland Light Infantry, married 9th April 1874, to Margaret TRAVELL, aged 22 years, spinster, of Gloucester, the daughter of James and Jane Travell

Francis MILWARD, Royal Artillery, married 28th September 1814, to Anne BERRY

John MIMFIE, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 27th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Denis MINIGAN, Private, 20th Regiment, buried 3rd May 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William MINISTER, Sergeant, 77th Regiment, married 29th December 1839, to Mary DAVIES, of Brecon

Blythe MITCHEL, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 16th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Alexander Wade MITCHELL, Lieutenant and Adjutant, 1st Battalion, Royal Scots, died 18th September 1878, aged 23 years. Born 13th August 1855, in Bengal, the younger son of the late Major-General William St.Leger Mitchell

Alfred George MITCHELL, baptised 28th December 1861, the son of Alexander Rae and Mary Ann Mitchell, Quarter Master, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

A.R. MITCHELL, born 15th September 1859 in Floriana to the wife of A.R. Mitchell, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, twin daughters

Isaac MITCHELL, aged 29 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery, married 20th December 1899, to Alice Mary LANGFORD, aged 21 years, spinster

Isabella MITCHELL, died 16th January 1869, the wife of Colour-Sergeant Thomas Mitchell, 87th Regiment, aged 25 years 10 months

Private John MITCHELL, 1262, 28th Regiment, presented with silver medal for meritous conduct and long service, 25th May 1857

Joseph MITCHELL, 21+, bachelor, born in London, Corporal, Army Hospital Corps, the son of Samuel and Martha Mitchell, married 27th September 1869 to, Sarah MANLEY, 21+, the widow of Martin Manley, Army Hospital Corps, born in York, the daughter of Robert and Sarah BARKER

Thomas MITCHELL, baptised 26th January 1867, the son of Thomas and Anne Mitchell, Drummer, 29th Regiment

Captain MITFORD, newly appointed Town Major for Malta, arrived 2nd March 1847, accompanied by his wife and family

Minnie Verdala MOBBS, baptised 16th February 1867, the daughter of George Henry William and Hannah Mobbs, Lance Corporal, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Thomas Eden MOGFORD, aged 23 years, bachelor, Private, 2nd Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, the son of Thomas Mogford, married 29th January 1883, to Helen MORTYNE, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of John TROY

Alexander MOLE, baptised 19th June 1864, the son of Gilbert and Mary Ann Mole, Sergeant Major, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

James MOLESWORTH, Lieutenant, 7th Regiment, died 5th October 1854. Arrived at Malta on HM frigate Fury, was ill and taken to the Military Hospital where he died

Lieutenant MOLESWORTH, 7th Fusiliers, buried 6th October 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Blanche MOMBERY, the daughter of Edward Mombery, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged six months, buried 18th May 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Matilda MOMBERY, the daughter of Edward Mombery, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 10 months 7 days, buried 23rd June 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas MONAGH, Private, 54th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 21st July 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas MONAHAN, Private, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged 40 years, buried 6th October 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William MONEY, Bugle Major, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, married 17th June 1845, to Mary LINDSAY, the only daughter of Mr. J. Lindsay, Ordnance Department

Joseph William MONGER, baptised 23rd June 1865, the son of Andrew and Grace Monger, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Alice MONTAGU, baptised 27th September 1865, the daughter of Horace William and Frances Montagu, Captain, Royal Engineers, and Colonel

Edward MONTAGU, born 23rd November 1861, the son of Catherine Frances and Lieut-Colonel Horace William Montague, Royal Engineers

Elizabeth MONTAGUE, aged 44 years, the wife of Samuel Montague, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 14th December 1824

William MONTGOMERY, born 1856/1857, the son of Mary and Alexander Montgomery, Colour-Sergeant, Royal Engineers

George MOODEY, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 4th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Richard Stanley Hawks MOODY, born 23rd October 1854, the son of Mary Susannah and Captain Richard Clement Moody, Royal Engineers

Maria MOON, aged 22 months, the daughter of John Moon, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 19th April 1838

Mrs MOORE, the wife of Captain H.G.A. Moore, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, gave birth to a daughter 4th February 1899, at 344 Strada San Paolo, Valletta

Amelia MOORE, baptised 18th August 1860, the daughter of John and Amelia Moore, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Catherine MOORE, aged 4 months, the daughter of P. Moore, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 26th February 1829

Charles MOORE, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 22nd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

F. MOORE, Royal Artillery, aged 25 years, buried 17th August 1891

James MOORE, Private, 68th Regiment, buried 25th May 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

James MOORE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of James Moore, married 9th December 1893, to Hannah Ada COLEMAN, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Coleman

John MOORE, Drummer, 14th Regiment, married 6th October 1814, to Lydia LAKINS, of Bisley, Bedford

John MOORE, 21+, bachelor, born in Pocklington, Yorkshire, Schoolmaster, 52nd Regiment, the son of William and Sarah Moore, married 7th May 1869 to, Isabella Elizabeth ARCHER, spinster, minor, born in Bristol, the daughter of Luke White and Matilda Archer

Lucy Elizabeth Violet Gwendoline MOORE, born 10th May 1891, (twin) the daughter of George Kenrick and Lucy Harriet Moore, Captain, A.P.D.

John MOORE, Private, 62nd Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 14th September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Lucy MOORE, baptised 15th March 1863, the daughter of Samuel and Ellen More, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Mary Adeline Florence Kathleen MOORE, born 10th May 1891, (twin) the daughter of George Kenrick and Lucy Harriet Moore, Captain, A.P.D.

Mary Ann MOORE, baptised 1st September 1861, the daughter of Samuel and Ellen Moore, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Mary MOORE, aged 30 years, the wife of Private John Moore, 47th Regiment, buried 25th December 1837

Patrick MOORE, Rifle Brigade, in Court 18th January 1831, cleared "Not Proven" verdict of killing his wife

Samuel Francis Acland MOORE, born 25th August 1898, the son of Samuel and Frances Moore, Corporal, 1 Coy, SD, Royal Artillery

Eliza Jane MOORES, born 3rd April 1857, the daughter of Mary and Sergeant Abraham Moores, 47th Regiment

Sarah Anne MORAN, baptised 15th February 1862, the daughter of Francis and Anne Moran, late Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Eliza Ann MORANT, the daughter of Corporal Morant, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged one year, buried 12th December 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Elizabeth MORANT, the daughter of Corporal Philip Morant, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged one year three months, buried 8th July 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Catharine Louisa MORGAN, aged 36 years, the wife of John Morgan, Army Pensioner, late Sergeant, buried 11th August 1828

Edward MORGAN, aged 30 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, the son of David Morgan, married 6th April 1898, to Ellen Julia EDWARDS, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of George Edwards

John MORGAN, of Bristol, Sergeant, 28th Regiment, married 7th April 1833, to Elizabeth CRISP, of Hampshire

John MORGAN, died 27th October 1840, aged 56 years, 28th Regiment

John MORGAN, aged 23 years, Private, 47th Regiment, buried 11th June 1840

Louisa MORGAN, baptised 1st July 1867, the daughter of Michael and Sibenia Morgan, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

Mary Ann MORGAN, the daughter of Private Morgan, 41st Regiment, aged 8 years, buried 11th April 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Eliza Ann MORELAND, baptised 5th May 1861, the daughter of Robert and Mary Moreland, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Emma MORLAND, baptised 13th January 1864, the daughter of Robert and Mary Morland, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Edward MORLEY, bachelor, from Hampshire, the son of Thomas and Eliza Morley, Corporal, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 4th October 1876, to Rachael LOUGHREY, spinster, of Devonport, the daughter of Samuel and Jessie Loughrey

John Francis MORLEY, baptised 5th August 1865, the son of Samuel and Mary Morley, Private, 84th Regiment

William MORLEY, Private, 35th Regiment, the servant of Major Grattan died 4thMay 1880 whilst bathing at Sa Maison. His body was recovered about one hour later

Samuel MORRELL, aged 30 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Royal Regiment, buried 30th December 1856

Thomas John MORRELL, aged 4 months, the son of George Morrell, Messman, 85th Regiment, buried 28th July 1828

Edward MORRILL, Corporal, 19th Regiment, buried 8th March 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

Bertram Casen Steed MORRIS, born 14th November 1887, the son of Thomas Casen and Mary Ann Morris, Master Gunner, Royal Artillery

David MORRIS, aged 24 years, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of David Morris deceased, married 26th July 1897, to Carmela BORG, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of Giovanni ZAMMIT deceased

Edwin John MORRIS, baptised 6th October 1866, the son of Edwin and Emma Morris, Sergeant, 60th Royal Rifles

George MORRIS, aged 23 years, Private, 18th Regiment, buried 17th April 1823

John MORRIS, born 1850/1851, the son of Elizabeth and John Morris, Sergeant, 69th Regiment

John MORRIS, Corporal, Royal Engineers, from Scotland, married 20th July 1852 to, Julia CULLY, from Ireland

John MORRIS, born 7th October 1853, the son of John and Julia Morris, nee CULLEY, Lance Corporal, Royal Sappers & Miners

John MORRIS, the son of John Morris, Lance Corporal, Royal Sappers and Miners, aged 8 months, buried 9th June 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

John William MORRIS, baptised 15th June 1867, the son of John and Elizabeth Morris, Private, 29th Regiment

Thomas MORRIS, the son of Lance Corporal John Morris, 69th Regiment, aged eleven months, buried 26th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William MORRIS, Private, 62nd Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 7th August 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Agnes MORRISON, aged 19 months, the daughter of James Morrison, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 18th September 1842

David MORRISON, died 26th April 1844, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment. Born in Stirling, Scotland, the son of David Morrision

Hugh MORRISON, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 26 years, buried 24th August 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Reverend Riddell MORRISON, acting Senior Chaplain to the Forces, left Malta 27th August 1894

Lieut-Colonel Robert Hobart MORRISON, Deputy Assistant Adjutant General in 1899

Robert MORRISON, aged 28 years, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 15th September 1846

William MORRISON, aged 34 years, Surgeon, 90th Regiment, buried 2nd February 1824

William MORRISON, Private, 48th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 23rd February 1857, of being absent, losing necessaries, and insubordinate language, sentenced to 10 years penal servitude

Winifred Jemima MORRISON, born at sea near Malta, a baby, on board HMS Crocodile in 1881

Thomas MORRONEY, the son of Thomas Marroney, Private, 9th Regiment, aged 1 year 2 months, buried 7th June 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Augusta Anderson MORSHEAD, the fourth daughter of the late Henry Anderson Morshead, Colonel, Royal Engineers, of Widey Court, Devonshire, married 26th September 1833, to Gerard BAILLIE-HAMILTON, Lieutenant, 7th Regiment, son of the late Archdeacon Baillie-Hamilton, and Lady Charlotte Hamilton

Henry Anderson MORSHEAD, Royal Engineers. He was born about 1774, the son of Colonel Henry Anderson, of Fox Hall, Co. Limerick, Ireland. Entered the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich and joined the Royal Artillery as Henry Anderson, commissioned age 17 years 8 months. Gentleman Cadet 29th May 1790. Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant 1st September 1793, he served with the R.A. on the Continent. At his request he moved to Royal Engineers as 2nd Lieutenant on 1st January 1794. Again served on the Continent, then back to Plymouth. Made a Lieutenant on the 19th November 1796, he was posted the following year to St.Domingo, West Indies. When the island was evacuated in 1798 he was attached to the Staff of Sir Thomas Maitland. From November 1798 till July 1807 he was employed at Gravesend, Portsmouth and Plymouth. Promotion to Captain was made on 1st March 1805, and in that year by royal license he added the surname of Morshead to his, so became Henry Anderson Morshead. Further promotions followed Lieut-Colonel 21st July 1813, and Colonel 29th July 1825. In 1829 he was appointed Commanding Royal Engineer in Malta. He was taken ill during the summer of 1831, and on 6th November he was struck with a fit of apoplexy, which left him incoherant. He had further seizures and died in Valletta 11th November 1831. His funeral took place on the 14th November, when he was buried in the Old Saluting Battery, below the Upper Barracca Gardens in Valletta. A large ornamental tomb was later placed over the grave, but with the passage of time all that is left now are the kerb-stones marking the grave site.

He left a widow, Elizabeth Morshead, the daughter of Philip Morshead, of Widey Court, Devon, and eleven children. The name Widey Court dates back to September 1644 when King Charles I held Court there. During the Commonwealth period the House passed to the Morshead family. It was re-built in the 17th century, altered in the 18th century and enlarged during the 19th. After being in the Morshead family for almost three hundred years, it was sold. Plymouth City Police used it from 1941 to 1945, then it was passed to the City Stores Department until 1950. The House was demolished in 1954 and Widey Primary School built on the site.

Louisa Susanna Jane Anderson MORSHEAD, the third daughter of Henry Anderson Morshead, Colonel, Royal Engineers, of Widey Court, Devonshire, married 7th May 1831, to the EARL OF ROTHES (George William E.), Lieutenant, 7th Regiment

Mary Frances Anderson MORSHEAD, the youngest daughter of the late Henry Anderson Morshead, Colonel, Royal Engineers, of Widey Court, Devonshire, married 13th June 1833, to Thomas Richard BAKER, Captain, 7th Regiment, the youngest son of the late William Baker, of Bayfordbury, Hertfordshire

Charles James Jones Frederic MORTIMER, 21+, bachelor, born in Almondbury, Yorkshire, Corporal Schoolmaster, Royal Engineers, the son of Thomas and Mary Mortimer, married 22nd March 1870 to, Eliza Hannah MILSON, 21+, spinster, born in Wiltshire, the daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth Milson

Jessie MORTON, died 11th January 1836, Private, 7th Regiment. Baptised in Wakefield, Yorkshire. His sister was Mary Morton, of Yorkshire

William MORTON, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 4th July 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Charles MOSELEY, Private, 90th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 15th March 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Charles MOSLEY died 13th March 1855, aged 20 years, 90th Regiment, on board HMS Gibraltar

Reverend R. MOSLEY, Chaplain to the Forces, responsible for Cottonera, January 1899

William MOSLEY, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 30th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George MOSS, Quartermaster, 10th Regiment, married 1st August 1816, to Anna GALLIE, of Ireland

George MOSS, Bugler, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 18 years, buried 1st October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

George MOSS, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 19 years, buried 8th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Richard MOSS, Sergeant, 14th Regiment, married 5th August 1857 to, Elizabeth Mary BOSWARD, from Limerick

James Herbert MOSS, baptised 30th June 1860, the son of James and Mary Anne Moss, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Thomas Charles Marshall MOSS, baptised 7th February 1860, the son of Richard and Elizabeth Moss, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

Charles MOSTYN, aged 15 months, the son of Dr. Mostyn, 47th Regiment, buried 12th July 1840

Georgina MOSTYN, aged 14 months, the daughter of Dr. Mostyn, 47th Regiment, buried 20th July 1838

William MOTH, Private, 76th Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 25th September 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.  

James MOUNT, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 21 years, buried 9th September 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Samuel MOUNTAIN, Private, 28th Regiment, married 17th November 1857 to, Catherine ADAMS

James MOWBRAY, aged 25 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Highland Light Infantry, married 18th January 1899, to Sarah Elizabeth KERR, aged 22 years, spinster

William Thomas MOWBRAY, aged 16 months, the son of Thomas Mowbray, 59th Regiment, buried 15th August 1837

Ann Jane MOWBRY, aged 10 months, the daughter of Thomas Mowbry, 59th Regiment, buried 9th September 1839

Henry MOWER, aged 28 years, Lance-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment, the son of Henry Mower, married 6th September 1890, to Annie Elizabeth HACKETT, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Henry John Hackett

James MOXON, Sergeant, 36th Regiment, married 29th April 1820, to Jane ROWLES

Alfred MOYES, Private, 68th Light Infantry, aged 25 years 11 months, buried 4th July 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mary Ann Amelia MOYLE, the daughter of the late Captain Moyle, 8th Regiment, married 15th March 1828, to William George TOOLE, Deputy Collector of Revenue

Captain Andrew MOYNIHAN, enlisted in the Army in 1848 when he was 18 years old, at Ashton under Lyne. He married there five years later on 31st December 1853. With the rank of sergeant in the 90th Light Infantry he served in the Crimea from 5th December 1854. He was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, the capture of the Quarries on 7th June 1855, and the attack on the Redan on 18th June. He was with a storming party that attacked the Redan again on 8th September but he was captured by a party of Russians when he was attempting to retrieve the body of Lieutenant Swift. A British advance secured his release but though bayonetted twice he continued to hold a position in the Redan and received further wounds. When all the British had retired to the trenches after the assault he recrossed the open ground under heavy gunfire to rescue an injured officer. For his courage he was awarded the Victoria Cross.

He arrived in Malta with his wife and two daughters in 1863 as an officer with the 2nd Battalion the 8th (The King’s) Regiment, and died on 19th May 1867, aged 37 years

Berkeley George Andrew MOYNIHAN, baptised 7th December 1865, the son of Andrew and Ellen Annie Moynihan, Captain, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment

Louisa MOZIER, baptised 28th February 1864, the daughter of Louis and Madeleine Mozier, Private, 100th Regiment

Alfred MUDGE, full age, bachelor, Lieutenant, Queen’s Royal West Kent Regiment, the son of Arthur Thomas Mudge, married 15th August 1898 to, Annie May McKINNON, full age, spinster, the daughter of David Reid McKinnon, Surgeon General, Army Medical Department retired

Daniel MULFORD, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in Bramley, Hampshire, Lance-Corporal, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of George and Jane Mulford, married 4th November 1865 to, Caroline GIFFORD, aged 27 years, spinster, born in Bath, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Gifford

Giuseppe MULINARI, Sergeant, Royal Malta Fencibles, married 3rd October 1825, to Giovanna BARNES, the widow of William Edward Barnes, Sergeant, 10th Regiment

Patrick MULLEN, Private, 47th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 2nd April 1839, of violent conduct, sentenced to 14 years Transportation

Willliam John MUNDAY, aged 27 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Shropshire Regiment, the son of John Munday, married 1st December 1890, to Eleanor TAYLOR, aged 24 years, spinster, of Westcott, Surrey, the daughter of Thomas Taylor

Loftus John MUNN, baptised 22nd January 1865, the son of John Loftus and Georgina Munn, Sergeant, 100th Regiment

Willie Henry MUNN, baptised 22nd January 1865, the son of John Loftus and Georgina Munn, Sergeant, 100th Regiment

Helen MUNRO, the daughter of Captain Munro, Royal Artillery, married 7th July 1841, to Anthony BENN, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery

John MUNRO, died 10th July 1885, aged 30 years, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment

Lewis MUNRO, aged 25 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, the son of Lewis Munro, Captain with H.M. E.I.C.S., married 8th April 1885, to Maud Emery EYNAUD, aged 20 years, spinster, 14 Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, the

daughter of Charles Breed Eynaud, Merchant

William Alexander MUNRO, born 9th November 1864, the son of William and Elizabeth Munro, nee HILL, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps

John MUNROW, born 1850/1851, the son of Jemima and Richard Munrow, Private, 44th Regiment

Robert MUNSON, aged 33 years, bachelor, born in London, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of John and Sarah Ann Munson, married 30th January 1864 to, Letitia PEEL, aged 30 years, widow. born in Manchester, the daughter of Michael and Jean BARLOW

Margaret MURGATROYD, aged 32 years, the wife of Private R. Murgatroyd, 70th Regiment, died of cholera, buried 7th July 1837

Sarah MURGATROYD, aged 9 months, the daughter of Private Murgatroyd, 70th Regiment, buried 31st August 1837

Ann Elizabeth MURPHY, baptised 23rd December 1865, the daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Murphy, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Daniel MURPHY, Private, 88th Regiment, at his Court Martial held on 24th February 1842, he was found Guilty of striking a Sergeant, and sentenced to 14 years Transportation

Edward John MURPHY, baptised 9th July 1861, the son of William and Eliza Murphy, Chief Warder in charge of the Military Prison

Francis MURPHY, Private, 47th Regiment, at his Court Martial held on the 10th April 1839, he was found Guilty of striking a Sergeant, and sentenced to Transportation for Life

Francis Guy MURPHY, baptised 15th November 1899, the son of Mary Catherine and Thomas Murphy, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Sherwood Foresters

Henry Harding MURPHY, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, died 23rd January 1872, aged 27 years. Born in Ireland 6th February 1844, the son of The Reverend Murphy, Rector of Dromara, Co.Down

James MURPHY, Corporal, 77th Regiment, married 1st November 1838, to Eliza WALKER, of Coventry

Mary Charlotte MURPHY, baptised 20th September 1863, the daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Murphy, Gunner, Royal Artillery

P. MURPHY, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Leinster Regiment, died 23rd September 1895, from dysentery, at the Forrest Hospital, St.Julians, aged 27 years

Victor Raymond MURPHY, Lieutenant, Essex Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 17th January 1889, aged 23 years

William MURPHY, Bombardier, Capt.H.P. Goodenough’s Company, Royal Artillery, married 24th March 1855 to, Eliza BAGNALL, the only daughter of Charles Bagnall, of Birminham

William MURPHY, baptised 13th October 1861, the son of Henry and Elizabeth Murphy, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Captain MURRAY, 24th Regiment, received British War Medal with a clasp for Egypt in June 1847, for service during the 1801 defeat of Napoleon’s forces

Alfred MURRAY, baptised 11th April 1863, the son of Matthew and Margaret Murray, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

James MURRAY, 95th Regiment, married 4th June 1826, to Maria KINGSWELL, of Kent

Private John MURRAY, 57th Regiment, awarded the French Military Medal in September 1856 for service in the Crimean War

Matthew MURRAY, baptised 29th July 1860, the son of Matthew and Margaret Murray, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Mathew MURRAY, Private, 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 2nd September 1896

Richard MURRAY, aged 26 years, Captain, Royal Artillery, died 20th December 1829

General Thomas MURRAY, died in 1816, aged 67 years

Thomas MURRAY, aged 32 years, Corporal, 88th Regiment, buried 20th January 1844

Reverend Thomas MURRAY, Presbyterian Chaplain to the Forces, 1896/1897

Thomas Sterrett MURRAY, born 27th March 1865, the son of Robert and Catherine

William MURRAY, 109545, born in Co. Cork, Ireland, on 1st February 1864. He joined the Royal Navy as a Boy when he was 15 years old on board HMS Impregnable, on 20th July 1879 and made the Navy his career. On 1st February 1882 he became an Ordinary Seaman on HMS Agincourt, then an Able Seaman whilst serving on HMS Inflexible in May 1883. He served on several ships and was made a Leading Seaman on 12th October 1887 on board HMS Carysfort, but died in Malta hospital from fever on 14th November 1887

Murray, nee McCONNACHIE, Sergeant, Commissary Staff Corps

Henry MUSPRATT, Private, 80th Regiment, married 1st December 1823, to Mary BROWN, of Cornwall

James Alexander MUSPRATT, aged 2 years, the son of Sergeant H. Muspratt, 80th Regiment, buried 7th June 1827

Thomas MUTTOCK, Private, 1st Battalion, Coldstream Guards, aged 26 years, buried 24th April 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Daniel NADEN, aged 35 years, Sergeant, 80th Regiment, buried 12th August 1824

William NADEN, aged 4 years, the son of Sergeant Daniel Naden, 80th Regiment, buried 20th June 1824

QuarterMaster NAGLE, died 9th February 1841, 47th Regiment.

Michael NAGLE, aged 45 years, Quartermaster, 47th Regiment, buried 9th February 1841

Mary Ann NAGHORN, the daughter of Private Naghorn, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged two years five months, buried 27th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George NAPIER, Private, 71st Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 13th August 1857, of striking a superior officer, and habitual drunkeness, sentenced to 1 year hard labour

Jane NAPPER ??, baptised 22nd February 1862, the daughter of John and Sarah Jane Napper, Gunner, Royal Artillery

George NASH, aged 32 years, bachelor, Private, Medical Staff Corps, the son of Francis Edward Nash deceased, married 15th April 1896 to, Annie Munro SCHMIDT, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Alfred Edwin Schmidt deceased, Surgeon

George NASH, aged 29 years, bachelor, Lance-Corporal, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, the son of George Nash, married 15th October 1900 to, Mary Ann RIDDLE, aged 48 years, widow, the daughter of Dovico XIFRE

John NAYELL, died 14th September 1868. Sergeant Nayell, Royal Artillery and five Privates, John Stewart, James Clark, Henry Lloyd, George Braggs and David Anderson, with two Maltese civilians Paolo Muscat and Mario Scicluna were killed by an explosion when they were removing fuses from shells

Charles Fillingham NAYLOR, baptised 24th February 1862, the son of Isaac and Anne Naylor, Schoolmaster, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Albert NEAL, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 2nd June 1847, to Helen POTTS

Helen NEAL, the wife of Albert Neal, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 19 years, buried 1st June 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Kirby NEALE, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 6th May 1861 to, Carolina GREGORI, the daughter of Bartolomeo Gregori

Robert NEIDEN, died 18th October 1868, Private, 48th Regiment, committed suicide by blowing his brains out

William NEILD, 21+, bachelor, born in Durham, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, the son of Elizabeth and Patrick Burns Neild, married 15th December 1862 to, Caroline Amelia HENDERSON, aged 17 years, spinster, born St.Luke’s Chelsea, London, the daughter of George and Emily Henderson

George NEILL, aged 32 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 14th May 1824

William Irving NEILL, aged 1 year, the son of John Neill, Private, 28th Regiment, buried 28th January 1824

John Peter NELLEY, Freemason, Master of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1840, 1848

John Peter NELLEY, died 10th November 1856, aged 57 years. MA Trinity College Dublin. Major, 77th Regiment. The son of Colonel Nelley, Bengal Artillery and his wife Charlotte Lindsay

Major W. NELLY, resident Malta, electoral list 1852.

Elizabeth NELSON, aged 16 months, the daughter of Daniel Nelson, Royal Artillery, buried 11th April 1827

Frances NELSON, aged 25 years, the wife of Corporal Nelson, Royal Artillery, buried 17th September 1826

John NELSON, aged 42 days the son of John Nelson, Royal Artillery, buried 27th February 1842

William NELSON, aged 22 months, the son of John Nelson, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, buried 19th August 1841

Beatrice Gray NEWBIGGING, born 12th April 1882, the daughter of Alice Julia and Major William Newbigging, Manchester Regiment

Edward NEWELL, Private, 8th Hussars, aged 39 years, buried 7th February 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John NEWELL, Private, 14th Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 5th August 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Kate Elizabeth NEWLYN, baptised 24th March 1860, the daughter of William Wilson and Mary Anne Newlyn, Corporal, Royal Engineers

Charles Alfred NEWLYN, baptised 18th January 1862, the son of William Wilson and Mary Anne Newlyn, Corporal, Royal Engineers

John NEWMAN, baptised 27th October 1801, the son of Elizabeth and Daniel Newman, 13th Regiment

Thomas NEWMAN, Medical Staff Corps, aged 26 years, buried 6th October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John NEWNS, aged 29 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 9th July 1827

Emily Lucy NEWTON, baptised 19th May 1860, the daughter of John and Margaret Newton, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

John James NEWTON, aged 22 years, bachelor, Private, East Kent Regiment, the son of John Newton, married 18th May 1885, to Bridget Clifford HADDON, aged 29 years, widow, the daughter of John GARRAUGHTY

William Henry NEWTON, the son of Henry Newton, Private, East Kent Militia, aged six months, buried 26th December 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William H. NEWTON, the son of William H. Newton, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 16 months, buried 7th August 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John NEYLER of the 88th Regiment, was on sentry duty at the Dockyard, on 6th March 1843, when he shot Dr. Martin, the Deputy Surgeon at the Naval Hospital. At his trial, Neyler was sentenced to the Galleys for life and labour in public works with a chain. Later reported that he had died in a mad house, but the report was not confirmed

John NICHOL, aged 30 years, bachelor, born in Ireland, Private, 84th Regiment, married 12th September 1866 to, Margaret McCRACKEN, aged 33 years, widow, born in Scotland

Philip NICHOLAS, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 10th September 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William Henry NICHOLAS, aged 26 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, The Buffs, the son of John Nicholas, married 10th September 1885, to Annie ORR, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of George Orr

George Willlam NICHOLLS, aged 25 years, bachelor, Private, Army Hospital Corps, the son of Amos Nicholls, married 13th April 1884, to Sarah Price MORRIS, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Edward Morris

Eliza Harriett NICHOLS, baptised 27th April 1867, the daughter of Edward and Eliza Nichols, Private, 29th Regiment

John NICHOLS, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 12th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Catherine NICHOLSON, the daughter of Lance Corporal Nicholson, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged two years seven months, buried 28th April 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Jane NICHOLSON, baptised 24th June 1866, the daughter of William and Frances Nicholson, Sapper, Royal Engineers

John NICHOLSON, aged 29 years, Private, 88th Regiment, buried 13th June 1842

Daniel NICKER, Royal Artillery, married 4th September 1831, to Emma LARNER

Edmond NIND, aged 10 months, the son of Private John Nind, 80th Regiment, buried 29th May 1823

Elizabeth NIND, aged 2 years, the daughter of Sergeant J. Nind, 80th Regiment, buried 10th September 1826

John Pitt NIND, aged 31 years, widower, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 20th Regiment, the son of Philip Pitt Nind, married 20th October 1880, to Annie MacDERMOTT, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles MacDermott

Arthur James NIXON, 21+, bachelor, born in Sudbrooke, Lincolnshire, Captain, Rifle Brigade, the son of H.M. and James Lock Nixon, married 6th January 1857 to, Emily Winifreda STOPFORD, 21+, spinster, born in Gorey, Wexford, Ireland, the second daughter of Cordelia Winifred and Captain Hon. Montague Stopford R.N.

Charlotte NIXON, the daughter of Sergeant Nixon, Reserve Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged one year eight months, buried 12th April 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edward Stopford NIXON, born 8th May 1863, the son of Emily Winifreda and Major Arthur James Nixon, Rifle Brigade

Robert NIXON, 21+, bachelor, born in Bermondsey, London, Private,1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of Robert and Eliza Nixon, married 11th July 1864 to, Paulina AGIUS, spinster, minor with parent’s consent, the daughter of Giuseppe and Giuseppa Agius

Mary Elizabeth NOBLE, the daughter of John Noble, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged fifteen months, buried 25th July 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Arthur NOBES, aged 31 years, bachelor, Lance-Corporal, Corps of Military Police, the son of Thomas Nobes, married 30th November 1897, to Ellen LEESON, aged 27 years, spinster, from Belfast, the daughter of Samuel Leeson deceased

Thomas NODWELL, Private, 49th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 12th May 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Mary Jane NOEL, baptised 9th July 1862, the daughter of Thomas and Rose Noel, Drummer, 25th Regiment

Matilda NOEL, baptised 21st February 1864, the daughter of Thomas and Rose Noel, Drummer, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

Stephen NOEL, aged 72 years, Lieut-Colonel, 92nd Highlanders, buried 10th December 1857

Clara Alice NOLAND, baptised 4th August 1866, the daughter of James and Sarah Noland, Corporal, 84th Regiment

Henry NORCOTT, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 24th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Sarah Rose NORCOTT, the daughter of Private Norcott, 44th Regiment, aged one year two months, buried 14th February 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George Albert NORKETT, baptised 24th August 1867, the son of William and Ruth Norkett, Private, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

In April 1889, Private J. NORMAN, Shropshire Regiment, together with four other privates from the same regiment, entered a grog shop and looking for trouble, attacked the owner, his wife, and daughter. A Picquet from Pembroke Camp was called and arrested them. They stood trial and Norman was sentenced to two months Detention

George NORRIS, Lance-Corporal, 28th Regiment, married 24th August 1857 to, Margaret BENNETT, from Plymouth

John NORRIS, baptised 18th April 1802, the son of Margaret and William Norris, 35th Regiment

Richard Arthur Fortescue NORTHY, died 20th December 1829, aged 19 years, of fever. Ensign, 95th Regiment

Kate NORWOOD, born 18th June 1867, the daughter of Daniel and Mary Norwood, Hospital Sergeant, 31st Regiment

Private James NOTTAGE, 14th Regiment. Court Martial 5th and 7th February 1814. Charged with highway robbery on 29th January 1814 between the hours of 4 pm and 8pm at Isola at which time and place the prisoner did forcibly and feloniously take from the person of William Thorn HMS Kite, three Spanish dollars and some small money amounting to about 17 shillings. He pleaded not Guilty, but the court found him Guilty and sentenced him to death by hanging

Charles NOVELL, 21+, bachelor, of Sussex, the son of Francis and Lucy Novell, Bombardier, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 25th October 1875, to Mary Eliza LEONARD, 21+, spinster, of Milford Haven, the daughter of William and Catherine Leonard

Major S. NOWELL, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

Gladys Mabel Dorothy Finch NOYES, born 14th April 1881, the daughter of Captain Augustus Finch and Jessie Noyes, A.P.D.

Herbert Augustus Lionel Finch NOYES, born 3rd December 1882, the son of Jessie and Major Augustus Finch Noyes, Army Pay Department

John Arthur Douglas Finch NOYES, born 26th December 1879, the son of Captain Augustus Finch and Jessie Noyes, A.P.D.

Ruby Beryl Elliot NOYES, born 25th April 1882, the daughter of Helena and Major George Augustus Noyes, Royal Artillery

Bridget NUGENT, Baptised 14th August 1803, the daughter of Ann and Patric Nugent, 61st Regiment

Colonel Robert Arthur NUGENT, Assistant Adjutant General in 1899

Charles NUNN, Private, 13th Light Infantry, aged 19 years, buried 18th June 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John NURG, Sicilian Regiment, married 12th June 1815, to Margaretta PORTELLI, of Floriana

Sarah OAKLEY, aged 3 months, the daughter of Lance Corporal Oakley, 70th Regiment, buried 23rd July 1837

George OATES, Private, Grenadier Guards, aged 27 years, buried 5th March 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

John O’BRIEN, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment. Early January 1864, he was found Guilty of stealing a silver watch from Henry Conroy, and sentenced to 18 months Hard Labour

In the Civil Court on Saturday 1st February 1862, four Privates of the 3rd Regiment, The Buffs were found Guilty of assaulting a young lady in Floriana, and stealing part of her apparel. Private O’BRIEN, was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment, and his fellow accused Private Knibbs 6 years, Private Clegg 5 years, and Private Hogan7 years

John O'BRIEN, Corporal, 14th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 26th July 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Major L.M. O'BRIEN, United States Army, 17th Infantry Regiment on board the transport ship Sheridan together with the 12th Infantry Regiment on a voyage to Manila, Philippine Islands, called at Malta from 8th March to 12th March 1899

James O’BRYAN, born 1858/1859, the son of Mary and Michael O’Bryan, Private, 21st Regiment

William O’BRYAN, born 1857/1858, the son of Mary and Michael O’Bryan, Private, 21st Regiment

William O’CONNELL, Lance-Corporal, 1st Battalion, 21st Regiment, married 14th March 1860, to Elizabeth Stroud DIMMOCK

James O’CONNOR, 30th Regiment, executed for desertion, 1800. Found on board French ship Guillaume Tell

Margaret O’CONNOR, the wife of Patrick o’Connor, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, died 9th January 1827, aged 23 years. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

Thomas O’CONNOR, aged 27 years, bachelor, Schoolmaster, 84th Regiment, born in London, the son of Thomas and Ann O’Connor, married 9th February 1867, to Frances ROWAN, aged 21 years, spinster, Schoolmistress, 84th Regiment, born Oranmore, Ireland, the daughter of Robert and Margaret Rowan

Francis O'DELL, died 19th August 1870, Surgeon, 64th Regiment

Mary O'DELL, died 8th October 1870, aged 6 years, the daughter of the late Surgeon Francis O'Dell, 64th Regiment

Reverend Maurice C. O’DELL, Chaplain to the Forces. Freemason, Deputy District Grand Master in 1873

John O'DONNELL, died 22nd October 1865, aged 10 months, the son of Stephen O'Donnell, Sergeant, 29th Regiment

Louisa Anne O'DONNELL, baptised 17th June 1865, the son of John and Mary Anne O'Donnell, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Euphemia OGILVIE, aged 11 months, the daughter of Private Ogilvie, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 10th July 1845

Margaret Orr OGILVIE, aged 5 months, the daughter of Private George Ogilvie and Mary, nee Doig, 1st Battalion, 42nd Highlanders, buried 24th August 1843. Born 18th March 1843

Edward O’HALLORAN, died 12th July 1896, aged 9 months, the eldest son of Emily Elizabeth and Sergeant A. O’Halloran, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment

Matthew O'HEARN, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, died 13th April 1861, committed suicide, by shooting himself in the chest

Daniel Robert O'KEEFE, baptised 18th April 1864, the son of Daniel and Ann Eliza O'Keefe, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

Frederick Hunce OLDFIELD, baptised 28th March 1861, the son of Richard and Emma Oldfield, Captain and Adjutant, Royal Artillery

Captain OLDHAM, 48th Regiment, his wife gave birth to a daughter at Candili on 18th August 1869

William OLDHAM, aged 21 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 1st December 1828

Michael O'LOUGHLIN, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment. Died 18th October 1849, whilst sailing with Sergeant Allen, Reserve Battalion, on reaching Fort Ricasoli, their boat upset and both men drowned

Arthur Redmond O’MAHONEY, born 24th June 1871, the son of Redmond and Mary Taylor O’Mahoney, Captain, 24th Regiment

Andrew O'NEIL, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 4th March 1835, to Elizabeth STEER, of Devon

Private William O’NEILL, of the Border Regiment, on 13th December 1898, with others from the same regiment was boating outside Grand Harbour near St.Elmo lighthouse, when the boat capsized. From the party of eight men, three were drowned, and the others saved by Maltese boatmen Giuseppe and Spiridione Debono. He was one of the survivors

James ONERS, aged 25 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 21st December 1829

Henry ORAM, baptised 16th January 1864, the son of George and Sarah Oram, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

William ORMEROD, baptised 17th January 1864, the son of Henry and Ann Ormerod, Private, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

Thomas Charles ORMSBY, Captain and Paymaster, 71st Regiment, aged 44 years, buried 10th August 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Leonard Henry ORDE, baptised 5th October 1862, the son of Henry Powlett Shafto and Rosa Anne Elizabeth Saga Orde, Captain, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Andrew ORR, Private, 76th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 9th August 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas ORR, aged 33 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 10th April 1826

Mary Ann ORRISS, the daughter of Sergeant Orriss, 54th Regiment, aged 1 year 4 months, buried 6th August 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Irene Melita O'SHEA, born 6th October 1895, the daughter of Florence Annie Susannah and Cornelius O'Shea, Army Schoolmaster, living in Floriana. Died 26th April 1896, aged 7 months

Vernon Dudley Hickson O'SHEA, born 16th August 1892, the son of Florence Annie Susannah and Cornelius O'Shea, Army Schoolmaster, living in Floriana. of Floriana. Died 18th September 1893, aged 13 months

Effie Isabel O’TOOLE, born 24th September 1876, the daughter of William and Frederica Anne O’Toole, Captain, 98th Regiment

Norah O’TOOLE, born 25th October 1877, the daughter of William and Frederica Anne O’Toole, Captain, 98th Regiment

William Frederick O’TOOLE, born 9th February 1879, the son of William and Frederica Anne O’Toole, Captain, 98th Regiment

Lieut-General Hildebrand OAKES, was the elder son of Sarah Oakes, nee Cornelison, the daughter of Henry Cornelison, of Braxted Lodge, Essex, and Lieut-Colonel Hildebrand Oakes, of the 33rd Regiment. He was born in Exeter on 19th January 1754, and commissioned on 23rd December 1767 as an Ensign in the 33rd Regiment. Promotion to Lieutenant came in April 1771, an Captain in August 1776. He served in America with the 33rd Regiment. He later served in the Mediterranean area, and was promoted Major of the 66th Regiment in September 1791, and Lieut-Colonel of the same regiment on 12th November 1795. He saw action in Egypt during 1801 under General Abercrombie. In March 1808 was in command of troops at Malta, and in May 1810 was made Civil and Military Commissioner of Malta and held the post until October 1813 when he resigned due to ill health and returned to England. He never married and died at his home in Hereford Street, Mayfair, London on 9th September 1822

Ethel Margaret Melita OATES, born 2nd November 1898, the daughter of Sidney and Elizabeth Louisa Ann Oates, Private, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment

John Charles ODDBOY, aged 30 years, bachelor, C.Q.M.S., Royal Artillery, the son of Thomas Oddboy deceased, married 28th June 1897, to Ellen FOREMAN, aged 31 years, spinster, from Preston, Sussex, the daughter of Samuel Foreman

Margaret Orr OGILVIE, born 18th March 1843, the daughter of George and Mary Ogilvie, nee DOIG, Private, 42nd Regiment

Bertram Arthur OGLE, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, died 23rd April 1870, committed suicide by taking cyanide of potassium. Born at Corfu, 26th July 1848

Emma OLDFIELD, the wife of Richard Oldfield, Colonel on the Artillery Brigade Staff, died 22nd May 1885, aged 53 years. Born at Newham House, Truro, Cornwall, 2nd August 1831

John OLDHAM, Corporal, 61st Regiment, married 26th February 1809, to Ann HASWELL, widow

E. OLIVER, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 19th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Henry James OLIVER, 21+, bachelor, born in Ovoca, Ireland, Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of Mary Susanna and John Dudley Oliver, married 23rd May 1864 to, Frances Martha GRAVES, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Frances Sarah and the late Captain Thomas Graves, R.N.

William OMARREN, Private, Royal Artillery, found Guilty on 7th January 1857, of exposing his person several times on the terrace of the house in which he was living, in the presence of females on a neighbouring terrace, and fined 15 shillings

John Frederick ORLOPP, baptised 18th May 1861, the son of Adam and Catherine Orlopp, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs

Charles Edward ORMAN, Captain, Essex Regiment, served in Malta 1888. Born 6th September 1859

William Patrick Selby ORMOND, born 17th March 1899, the son of Harold Vere Selby and Agnes Ellen Ormond, Captain, Lancashire Fusiliers

Thomas Charles ORMSBY, died 9th August 1854, Captain, 71st Highland Light Infantry

Mary Jane ORR, born 20th January 1855, the daughter of William and Anne Orr, nee WHITE, Sergeant, 72nd Regiment

George ORTON, died 5th November 1831, aged 35 years. Colour-Sergeant, 7th Regiment. Murdered by PrivateThomas Howarth, also 7th Regiment, who was hung 19th November 1831. He left a widow and four children. Baptised All Saints, Leicester

John OSBORNE, Private, 7th Regiment, married 25th February 1830, to Mary Ann DEVITT, of Gibraltar

William Henry OSBORNE, aged 42 years, bachelor, Private, 64th Regiment, married 22nd July 1869, to Hannah Jane DIOT, aged 33 years, widow

Thomas OSMOND, Drum-Major, 73rd Regiment, married 5th January 1831, to Eliza ASHENDEN

William Daniel OULIHAN, baptised 22nd April 1860, the son of Bernard and Anne Oulihan, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

John OVEREND, 21+, bachelor, born in Portadown, Armagh, Ireland, Corporal, 76th Regiment, the son of John and Rachel Overend, married 22nd December 1852 to, Margaret FRIGGIERI, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Carlo and Giovanna Friggieri

John OVERILL, Private, 10th Regiment, married 5th March 1815, to Elizabeth BURGAN

Hewson OVERTON, aged 23 years, bachelor, of Louth, Lincolnshire, the son of Joseph Overton, Lance-Corporal, 10th Regiment, married 18th September 1879, to Mary SMITH, aged 22 years, spinster, of Ash, Kent, the daughter of William Smith

Lieut-Colonel OWEN, 3rd Bombay Light Calvary, aged 51 years, died 3rd April 1860. He served in India during the Mutiny, and was on his way back to England to recover his health, but during the voyage from Alexandria to Malta his illness increased. He was brought ashore to Dunsford’s Hotel in Valletta, where he died

Adelaide OWEN, born 12th May 1863, the daughter of Francis Egerton and Elizabeth Caroline Owen, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Caroline Owen, nee NORTHCOTT, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Florence OWEN, baptised 31st January 1871, the daughter of Elizabeth Caroline and Francis Egerton Owen, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Frank OWEN, born 29th July 1868, the son of Francis Egerton and Elizabeth

Maude OWEN, baptised 7th June 1862, the daughter of Francis Egerton and Elizabeth Caroline Owen, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Frank Faltier OWEN, born 16th September 1866, the son of Frank and Elizabeth Caroline Owen, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

General Sir John Fletcher OWEN, Freemason, District Grand Master 1897. Grand Superintendent, the District Grand Chapter 1897

Major-General John Fletcher OWEN, R.A., Officer Commanding Royal Artillery in 1899

Maud OWEN, born 20th September 1864, the daughter of Frank and Elizabeth Caroline Owen, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Mary OWENS, aged 27 years, the wife of Thomas Owens, Colour Sergeant, 92nd Regiment, died of cholera, buried 26th July 1837

Sarah OWENS, the daughter of James Owens, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 1 year 3 months, buried 2nd November 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

William OXENBERRY, baptised 7th August 1863, the son of Joseph and Alice Oxenberry, Bombardier, Royal Artillery

Martha OXENBURY, baptised 7th July 1866, the daughter of Joseph and Alice Oxenbury, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Edward OXLEY, baptised 16th December 1860, the son of William and Elizabeth Oxley, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

George Peter PACE, baptised 14th February 1863, the son of John and Sarah Pace, 2nd Corporal, Royal Engineers

Henry Michael PACE, baptised 17th February 1865, the son of John and Sarah Pace, 2nd Corporal, Royal Engineers

William PACKER, arrived on the Steamer Medway, from Woolwich via Gibraltar. Died 23rd August 1854, in the Lazaretto, from cholera. Aged 20 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery

George PADFIED, the son of Sergeant Padfied, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged nine months, buried 22nd July 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edith PAGE, baptised 31st January 1867, the daughter of Frederick William and Frances Page, Deputy Purveyor to the Forces

Edwin PAGE, aged 23 years, bachelor, born in Colchester, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of William and Elizabeth Page, married 21st March 1866 to, Mary Jane O’BRIEN, aged 14 years, spinster, born in India, the daughter of Michael and Catherine O’Brien

Harry PAGE, aged 29 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, the son of George Page deceased, married 3rd October 1896, to Nellie Emma Louise NORMAN, aged 22 years, spinster, from Chatham, Kent, the daughter of Thomas Norman

John PAGE, aged 23 years, Private, 77th Regiment, buried 29th September 1838

William Augustus PAGE, aged 24 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, South Yorkshire Regiment, the son of William Augustus Page, married 17th November 1885, to Mary Ann BRIGGS, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert Denney Briggs

Henry Horatius PAGET, died in 1828, The son of Admiral Sir Charles Paget (1778 to 1839) who married in 1805 Elizabeth Araminta, daughter of Henry Monck and by her had a large family

Horatio Edward PAGET, Lieutenant, 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, died 9th May 1869. Born 22nd December 1842, the eldest son of the Reverend Edward J. Paget

Emma Louisa Mary PAISLEY, baptised 10th May 1863, the daughter of Henry Albert and Emma Louisa Paisley, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Henry Albert PAISLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Dublin, Colour-Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, the son of John and Isabella Paisley, married 7th May 1862 to, Emma Louisa COLLINS, 21+, spinster, born in London, the daughter of Octavia and Thomas Edwin Collins

Mrs PALATIANO, the wife of G. Palatiano MD, Army Medical Staff, gave birth to a daughter on 31st July 1870

Samuel PALLANT, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 24th February 1841

Private H. PALLER, Shropshire Regiment, together with four other privates from the same regiment, entered a grog shop in April 1889, and looking for trouble attacked the owner, his wife, and daughter. A Picquet from Pembroke Camp was called and arrested them. They stood trial and Paller was sentenced to one month Detention

Emily Clara PALMER, born 30th June 1867, the daughter of George and Annie Palmer, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

Hodgson William PALMER, baptised 16th November 1861, the son of John and Annie Palmer, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

John PALMER, aged 29 years, bachelor, Gunner, the son of John Palmer, married 22nd November 1892, to Mary Ann O’BRIEN, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of Charles GRECH

Mary Ann PALMER, baptised 18th April 1864, the daughter of John and Ann Palmer, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Richard PALMER, aged 25 years, bachelor, Private, R.A.M.C., the son of George Palmer deceased, married 14th December 1898, to Elizabeth MANSFIELD, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of John Mansfield deceased

Richard Henry Claude PALMER, born 19th October 1875, the son of Richard and Mary Elizabeth Palmer, Schoolmaster, Royal Artillery

Thomas PALMER, aged 3 years, the son of Thomas Palmer, Armourer Sergeant, 92nd Highlanders, died of cholera, buried 4th July 1837

Thomas PALMER, aged 41 years, Armourer Sergeant, 92nd Highlanders, buried 7th January 1841

Thomas PALMER, 21+, bachelor, born in Skerries, Dublin, Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of Margaret and Captain James Palmer, Royal Navy, married 27th February 1867 to, Katherine Jane KENNEDY, 21+, spinster, born in Mory Tyrone, Ireland, the daughter of Katherine and Colonel G.R.H. Kennedy, commanding Royal Artillery in Malta

Walter James PALMER, aged 29 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of James Palmer deceased, married 25th June 1900 to, to Mary Louisa WAKEFIELD, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Harry Wakefield

William PALMER, the son of William Palmer, Gunner, Royal Artillery, and Mary his wife, aged 2 years 10 months, buried 2nd July 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

William PAMMENT, Private, 48th Regiment, on 16th June 1857 sentenced to five years imprisonment for shooting a comrade through the arm on 13th April 1857

Thomas PANKETHMAN, Private, 3rd Regiment, married 17th April 1814, to Elizabeth DRAPER

Samuel PARADINE, aged 23 years, bachelor, Private, West Kent Regiment, the son of John Paradine, married 15th September 1889, to Frakita Roner ROMANA, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of John Romana

William George PARCELL ??, baptised 5th January 1862, the son of William George and Mary Parcell, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

William PARDY, aged 2 months, the son of Peter Pardy, Royal Artillery, buried 10th November 1838

John PARISH, aged 22 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 3rd July 1828

Alice Lydia PARKER, baptised 5th January 1867, the daughter of Henry and Sarah Parker, Master Artificer, M.S.D.

Anne Maria PARKER, baptised 17th November 1866, the daughter of John and Margaret Parker, Sergeant, 60th Rifles

Frederick PARKER, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years, buried 3rd May 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Lillie Rosa PARKER, baptised 28th January 1865, the daughter of Henry and Sarah Parker, Military Store Department

Robert John Henry PARKER, 21+, bachelor, born Middleton, England, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, the son of Robert and Annabella Parker, married 5th December 1868 to, Georgina Harriet CORLETT, aged 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the youngest daughter of Thomas and Mary Corlett

Robert John Henry PARKER, Major, Royal Engineers, serving in Malta on his birthday, 30th January 1889, aged 49 years

Elizabeth May PARKES, baptised 2nd June 1860, the daughter of John and Maria Antonia Parkes, Gunner, Royal Artillery

John Frederick PARKES, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 5th November 1859 to, Maria DAVIS

Jane PARKS, aged 24 years, the wife of Lance Sergeant Parks, 77th Regiment, buried 25th May 1840

Isabella PARKIN, baptised 30th March 1862, the daughter of George and Jane Parkin, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Benjamin PARKINS, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 34 years, buried 12th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George PARKINS, baptised 23rd December 1865, the son of George and Jane Parkins, Master Gunner, Royal Artillery

John PARKINS, baptised 27th March 1864, the son of George and Jane Parkins, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Henry PARKINSON, Colour-Sergeant, 7th Regiment, married 5th February 1831, to Johanna DOWNEY, of Ireland

William PARKINSON, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 23rd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Eliza Hasgill Broward PARKS, the wife of Samuel Parks, Quarter Master Sergeant, 61st (South Gloucestershire) Regiment, died 8th June 1878 at Lower St. Elmo from enteric fever. She left a husband and six sons

Thomas PARKS, Sergeant, 3rd Regiment, married 25th September 1814, to Ellen SULLIVAN

James PARNELL, Private, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 15th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Lucy Jane PARR, the daughter of Private William Parr, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged two months, buried 25th August 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Reverend Willoughby Chase PARR, Chaplain to the Forces, responsible for Imtarfa and Citta Vecchia, May 1896

H.J. PARRICK, aged 22 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 26th April 1823

Mary Jane PARROTT, the daughter of Private Thomas Parrott, 54th Regiment, aged one year two months, buried 5th February 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Albert W. PARTRIDGE, baptised 15th April 1865, the son of Samuel William and Elizabeth Partridge, Armourer Sergeant, Royal Artillery

William Henry PARTRIDGE, baptised 28th February 1863, the son of Samuel William and Elizabeth Partridge, Armourer Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Reverend E. PASKE-SMITH, Chaplain to the Forces, responsible for Fort Tigne and Fort Manoel, May 1896

Henry PATCH, aged 29 years, bachelor, Paymaster Sergeant, 98th Regiment, the son of George Patch, married 19th April 1880, to Ellen BRADLEY, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of James Bradley

George PATCHETT, 21+, bachelor, born in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, Gunner, Royal Artillery, the son of William and Elizabeth Patchett, married 12th December 1858 to, Rhoda MAGARITY, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of John and Elizabeth Magarity

Elizabeth PATE, aged 17 months, the daughter of James Pate, Private, 42nd Highlanders, buried 7th October 1843

James PATE, aged 3 weeks, the son of Private James Pate, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Royal Highlanders, buried 14th May 1844

Alice Evelyn PATERSON, born 31st August 1867, the daughter of Gerald James and Cecilia Alicia Paterson, Ensign, 64th Regiment

Gerald Mann PATERSON, born 15th December 1871, the son of Cecilia Alicia and Lieutenant Gerald James Paterson, 64th Regiment

Minnie Cecile Herberta PATERSON, born 7th January 1870, the daughter of Cecilia Alicia and Lieutenant Gerald James Paterson, 64th Regiment

Priscilla Matilda PATERSON, baptised 10th July 1864, the daughter of John and Ellen Paterson, Private, 100th Regiment

William PATERSON, aged 29 years, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 31st August 1843

James PATRICK, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 20th December 1828

Maria PATRICK, aged 26 years, the wife of W. Patrick, Private, 77th Regiment, buried 1st November 1840

Captain PATRICKSON, 31st Regiment, his wife gave birth to a daughter 4th May 1869 at St.Julians

Alexander PATTERSON, Sergeant, 85th Regiment, married 10th August 1831, to Isabella RIDDELL

John PATTERSON, aged 40 years, Private, 70th Regiment, buried 26th June 1837

John PATTERSON, aged 23 years, Corporal, 92nd Highlanders, buried 6th November 1837

John PATTERSON, 21+, bachelor, Sergeant, 19th Regiment, from Lisburn, Antrim, Ireland, married 22nd June 1842 to, Mary Ann GREEN, 21+, spinster, the daughter of William Green, 19th Regiment

Michael PATTERSON, aged 20 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 3rd August 1827

William PATTERSON, died 29th August 1843, Private, 42nd Regiment. Baptised St.Cuthberts, Edinburgh. His brother was James Patterson

James PATTISON, Armourer Sergeant, married 3rd June 1845, to Mary HOLORAN, of Nottingham

Ensign PATTON, 47th Regiment, in 1848, rebuked by the Lieut-General Commanding, for smoking a cigar whilst in command of a fatigue party which was removing gun powder, and continuing to smoke after being told not to by the Police employed to prevent accidents. Also, though not a mounted officer he was riding a donkey

David PATTULLO, Royal Artillery. Age on obtaining commission 17 years 2 months. Gentleman Cadet 5th March 1805, 2nd Lieutenant 4th April 1806, 1st Lieutenant 1st February 1808, Captain 13th October 1827. Died 31st March 1831. Served in Malta from February 1828 until his death in March 1831

Gunner Paul Ernest PATURAL, Royal Artillery, aged 23 years 2 months, died 21st March 1891

William PAXTON, aged 34 years, Private, 92nd Highlanders, died from cholera, buried 17th June 1837

Mary Ann PAYNE, aged 2 years, the daughter of Sergeant Jeffery Payne, 80th Regiment, buried 27th July 1823

Frederick PAYNES, Private, 7th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 31st October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Michael PATTERSON, aged 20 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 3rd August 1827

Frederick Athenian PAYNE, the son of Colour Sergeant Payne, 3rd Regiment, the Buffs, aged two months, buried 26th June 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas PAYNE, aged 20 years, Private, 2568, C Company, Black Watch, died 23rd March 1887

Victoria Jane PAYNE, the daughter of Colour Sergeant Payne, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 2 years 6 months, buried 12th July 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Jane PEACE, aged 10 months, the daughter of Joseph Peace, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 14th June 1823

Sarah PEACE, aged 4 years, the daughter of Joseph Peace, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 25th July 1824

John PEARCE, Private, Royal Fusiliers, aged 44 years, died 24th December 1832

Elizabeth Jane PEACOCK, baptised 18th January 1863, the daughter of Christopher and Margaret Jane Peacock, Sergeant, 25th Regiment

James Langford PEARSE, Captain, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, serving in Malta on his birthday, 18th December 1888, aged 29 years

Ann PEARSON, aged 6 days, the daughter of John Pearson, 80th Regiment, buried 21st June 1828

Emma Mary PEARSON, baptised 30th September 1865, the daughter of Frederick and Ann Pearson, Sergeant, Master Tailor, 29th Regiment

George PEARSON, aged 2 years, the son of John Pearson, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 22nd November 1823

J.A. PEARSON, Private, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 28th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John PEARSON, aged 8 months, the son of John Pearson, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 10th July 1824

Joseph PEARSON, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 9th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Robert George PEARSON, baptised 31st December 1861, the son of George Thomas and Catherine Pearson, Master Gunner, Royal Artillery

Margaret PEARSON, aged 15 days, the daughter of James Pearson, Private, 49th Regiment, buried 6th July 1840

William PEARSON, aged 11 months, the son of John Pearson, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 29th December 1827

William PEATON, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 39 years, buried 30th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Joseph PEBODY, aged 2 years, the son of Richard Pebody, 19th Regiment, buried 11th June 1842

James PECE, aged 20 years, Private, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 22nd October 1842

Adam J. Laing PEEBLES, Lieutenant, Retired, 59th Regiment, married 4th July 1839, to Elizabeth MACKAY

Arthur PEEL, 21+, bachelor, born in Bradford, Yorkshire, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, the son of John and Mary Peel, married 14th March 1870 to, Jane BROWN, spinster, minor, born in Inverness, Scotland, the daughter of John and Jane Brown

George PEEL, Private, 18th Regiment, married 15th September 1823, to Mary QUINLAND

John PEEL, born 1866/1867, the son of Fanny and John Peel, Private, 8th Regiment

John PEEL, Lieut-Colonel, Private Secretary to the Governor, 1865

Henry PEET, aged 28 years, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, died from cholera, buried 28th July 1837

William PEIRCE, aged 25 years, bachelor, of Isle of Wight, the son of Charles Peirce, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 16th October 1879, to Rosa MIZZI, aged 22 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John Baptist Mizzi

John Stannus PELLY, Captain, Border Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 13th January 1889, aged 30 years

Elizabeth PENDLETON, baptised 2nd March 1861, the daughter of George and Ann Pendleton, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Ellen PENHALL, aged 35 years, the wife of W. Penhall, Corporal, 51st Regiment, buried 2nd September 1825

Sapper W. PENHEY, aged 28 years, Royal Engineers, died 20th August 1860

Sir John Lysaght PENNEFEATHER KB, Colonel of the 46th Regiment, assumed command of the Island on 31st July 1857, during the Governors absence

John PENNER, aged 2 months, the son of George Penner, 47th Regiment, buried 19th April 1839

Harry PENNICOTT, aged 25 years, bachelor, Corporal, Royal Artillery, the son of Charles Pennicott, married 10th March 1900, to Frances O’KEEFE, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Patrick O’Keefe deceased

Agnes Charlotte PENNINGTON, of Kendal, married 4th August 1835, to Thomas Eyre, Ensign, 5th Regiment. She was daughter of Paymaster Pennington, also of the 5th Regiment

Harriet Isabella Adelaide PENNINGTON, of Kendal, married 4th August 1835, to Gilbert Champain, Captain, 5th Regiment. She was the daughter of Paymaster Pennington, also the 5th Regiment

James Masterson PENNINGTON, Paymaster of the 5th Regiment joined as an Ensign on 5th February 1807. He was in the Peninsular War from June 1809 until May 1814. He fought in the battles at Busaco, Fuentes d’Onor, the first siege of Badajoz in May and June 1811. The siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, where he was injured by an explosion in his trench. The siege and storm of Badajoz, the battle of Salamanca, the capture of Madrid, and further battles at Vittoria, Pyrenees Nivelle, Nive, Orthes and Toulouse. He later transferred to the 48th Regiment and in 1842 was serving in Gibraltar

Andrew Thomas PENNY, died 20th August 1837, aged 11 months, the son of Major Penny, 42nd Regiment

George PENTECOST, 21+, bachelor, Gunner, Royal Artillery, born in Framfield, Sussex, the son of George and Esther Pentecost, married 13th April 1861 to, Carmela ZAMMIT, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Carlo and Annie Zammit

Thomas James PENTLAND, baptised 15th May 1863, the son of George and Ann Pentland, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Elizabeth PENTON, aged 1 year, the daughter of James Penton, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 28th October 1826

Edith Lily PEPPER, born 29th January 1891, the daughter of Mahalah and Sergeant Thomas Pepper, 2nd Battalion, Connaught Rangers

Robert PERCIVAL, aged 51 years, Major, 18th Regiment, buried 10th May 1824

Alforiana Catherine PERKINS, baptised 5th November 1864, the daughter of Horace and Rosa Perkins, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

Catherine PERKINS, baptised 18th July 1863, the daughter of Joseph and Catherine Perkins, Bombardier, Royal Artillery

William PERKINS, 21+, bachelor, born in England, Sergeant, 31st Regiment, the son of Thomas and Maria Perkins, married 20th February 1868 to, Emma HARRADON, aged 28 years, spinster, born in England, the daughter of William and Susannah Harradon

John William PEROTTI, aged 23 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, the son of Charles Perotti, married 22nd June 1885, to Annie ROBSON, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of James Robson

William Harrison PERRIE, baptised 9th April 1862, Adult, the son of William and Elizabeth Perrie, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Henry PERRY, aged 24 years, bachelor, born in Islebrewers, Somerset, Drum Major, 2nd Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of John and Jane Perry, married 15th June 1867 to, Sarah Jane SMITH, aged 18 years, spinster, born in Bath, the daughter of Thomas and Jane Smith

Henry William Wykeham PERRY, born 19th May 1858, the son of Elleniah and William Perry, Surgeon, Royal Artillery

Hilda PERRY, born 17th January 1860, the daughter of Elleniah and William Perry, Surgeon, Royal Artillery

Richard PERRY, aged 23 years, Private, 32nd Regiment, buried 21st March 1825

Sophia PERRY, baptised 28th December 1862, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Perry, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Thomas PERRY, Private, 6th Dragoon Guards, (Expeditionary Force), buried 23rd December 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Rose Charlotte PERSEE, born 9th November 1864, the daughter of Rose and Captain Persee, Royal Artillery

Allan PETTIGREW, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 17th September 1838, to Mary Ann PRITCHARD

J. Shaw PHELPS, Lieutenant, 14th Regiment, married 1st February 1858, to Sophia Georgina RICKCORD, of Malta, the second daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Rickcord

Thomas PHELPS, Private, Royal Artillery, aged 19 years 1 month, buried 6th July 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Sarah Anne PHIBBS, baptised 8th February 1862, the daughter of John and Sarah Phibbs, Gunner, Royal Artillery

William Griffith Baynes PHIBBS, born 12th January 1872, the son of Fanny Charlotte and Captain George Phibbs, 87th Regiment

Alice Margaret PHILIP, born 7th February 1856, the daughter of Mary Ann and Edward Philip, Colour-Sergeant, 50th Regiment

Charles PHILIPS, Colour-Sergeant, 80th Regiment, married 10th September 1827, to Ellen BRADING, of the Isle of Wight

Ellen PHILLIPS, baptised 10th May 1863, the daughter of John and Jane Phillips, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Ernest PHILLIPS, aged 26 years, bachelor, 2nd Corporal, Army Ordnance Corps, married 22nd September 1898, to Emmie LAYTON, aged 19 years, spinster

Frederick PHILLIPS, died November 1809, aged 1 year, 39th Regiment

Mrs PHILLIPS, died 29th September 1897, at Taormina, Sicily. The wife of Major Phillips, Royal Artillery

Mary Emma PHILLIPS, baptised 7th July 1861, the daughter of John and Jane Phillips, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Nathaniel PHILLIPS, died 21st September 1843, Private, 42nd Regiment. Baptised St.Quivox, Ayr. His father was William Phillips

William PHILLIPS, died March 1831, of Captain Boileau's Company, Rifle Brigade

William Frederick PHILLIPS, born 2nd November 1897, the son of Alfred and Mary Ann Phillips, Pioneer Sergeant

James PHILLIPSON, born 2nd August 1900, the son of James and Jane Phillipson, Private, 2nd Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Captain R.V. PHILLPOTS, Royal Engineers, died during the night 21st/22nd December 1891 in Cairo, aged 35 years. The son of the late General A.T. Phillpots. He joined the Army on 3rd January 1871, and promoted to Captain 8th January 1889. Served in the Afghan War 1878 – 1880. The attack and capture of Alj Musjid (medal + clasp)

Jemima PHIPPS, baptised 16th April 1864, the daughter of John and Sarah Phipps, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Edmund John PHIPPS-HORNBY, Captain, Royal Artillery, serving in Malta on his birthday, 31st December 1888, aged 31 years

Gunner E.J. PICKERING, Royal Artillery, drowned whilst attempting to rescue a comrade, on 3rd June 1893

Harry Edwin Charles PICKERING, baptised 26th June 1870, the son of Harry and Alice Pickering, Private, 87th Regiment

John PICKERING, 21+, bachelor, born in Margate, Kent, Private, 2nd Battalion, 69th Regiment, married 22nd July 1849 to, Margaret SUTTON, the widow of William Sutton, Private, 2nd Battalion, 69th Regiment

Thomas PICKIN, Private, 31st Regiment, married 21st April 1818, to Isabella BLACKBURN, of Hampshire

John PICKLES, aged 25 years, Private, 19th Regiment, buried 31st October 1841

John PICKUP, aged 23 years, bachelor, Private, O.S.C., the son of John Pickup, Jeweller, married 26th March 1889, to Julia TAYLOR, aged 22 years, widow, the daughter of Vincenzo GAUCHI deceased, Sergeant-Major R.M.F.A.

John PIERCE, Private, 55th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 22nd March 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

George PIERCY, aged 23 years, bachelor, Private, M.S. Corps, the son of Frederick Piercy, married 9th January 1893 to, Leslie Beatrice GREGORY, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Gregory

Captain Frederick PIGOTT, 45th Regiment. Died suddenly in Valletta, on 11th March 1838, of an aneurism in the chest. Recently he was serving in the East Indies, and was returning to England. He had only been admitted to pratique two hours previous to his death

John Charles Mathew PIGOTT, Major, Royal Berkshire Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 14th January 1889, aged 39 years

May Ellen PIGOTT, baptised 21st June 1863, the daughter of Joseph and May Pigott, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Mary Julia PIGOTT, baptised 19th August 1860, the daughter of Joseph and May Pigott, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment

Joseph PIGOTT, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, married 5th October 1859 to, May ROBERTSON

Ann PIKE, died 19th February 1804, the wife of J. Pike, QMS, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment

Elizabeth PIKE, aged 4 months, the daughter of W. Pike, 92nd Highlanders, buried 30th April 1837

Mary Ann PIKE, aged 3 years, the daughter of William Pike, 59th Regiment, buried 6th July 1841

Emelia PILBEAM, the daughter of Robert Pilbeam, Sergeant Major, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 2 days, buried 2nd December 1853, by Reverend William Hare

Lewis PILCHER, 21+, bachelor, born in Herne, Kent, Colour-Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers, the son of Lewis and Mary Ann Pilcher, married 23rd July 1863 to, Jane Lucretia DONOHOE, 21+, spinster, born in Melbourne, Australia, the daughter of Martin and Catherine Donohoe

John William PILGRIM, aged 36 years, bachelor, Sergeant-Major, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, the son of James Pilgrim, married 1st December 1900, to Lillian COLLIE, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of William Collie

Henry George PILLEAU, Lieut-Colonel, Royal Engineers, serving in Malta on his birthday, 14th February 1889, aged 47 years

Giles PINFOLD, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 25th January 1838, to Anne HOYLES

Mary Jane PINFOLD, aged 1 year, the daughter of G. Pinfold, Royal Artillery, buried 24th September 1840

George PINNER, Corporal, 47th Regiment, married 28th August 1838, to Catherine DAVIS

James PINNER, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 18th December 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Alfred James PIPER, aged 24 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of William Piper deceased, married 15th October 1887 to, Agnes Mary JONES, aged 24 years, spinster, Nurse, the daughter of William Jones

Adolphus Graham PIRIE, Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, died 5th January 1883, in Bighi Naval Hospital, from his wounds received at Tel el Kebir, aged 27 years

Mary PIRIE, aged 32 years, the wife of Colour Sergeant Pirie, 77th Regiment, buried 25th August 1841

Robert PITCAIRN, Captain, 92nd Regiment, married 5th December 1839, to Eliza CARDEW, the daughter of Colonel Cardew, Royal Engineers

George Henry Storks PITTENDRIGH, baptised 11th April 1860, the son of George and Caroline Pittendrigh, Quartermaster, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment The Buffs

Edwin Joseph Philip PITMAN, aged 29 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders, the son of John Philip Pitman, married 9th May 1888, to Bessie Lucille WALL, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Edward Wall

Stephen PITMAN, aged 22 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of William Pitman, married 17th June 1894, to Jessie BASKERVILLE, aged 19 years, the daughter of Felix Baskerville

Private Thomas PITMAN, 31st Regiment, found Guilty at a Garrison Court Martial held on 25th November 1816, and sentenced to 300 lashes

Ada Annie PITT, born 1st October 1896, the daughter of George Frederick and Sarah Annie Pitt, Sergeant, 1st Royal Warwick Regiment

Alexander PITT, aged 13 months, the son of Lieut-Colonel Dean Pitt, 80th Regiment, buried 26th June 1827

George PITT, died on 1st June 1822 at Floriana, aged 3 months and 13 days, the infant son of Lieut-Colonel Dean Pitt, 80th Regiment

Lucie Melita PITT, born 22nd July 1899, the daughter of William and Minnie Eleanor Pitt, Colour-Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers

George PITTENDRIGH, Quartermaster, 3rd Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 1st November 1859, of producing fake accounts, and failing to account for stores, etc., sentenced to be Cashiered

Agnes Melita PLANKENHORN, born 2nd October 1895, the daughter of George Louis and Sophia Stapeley Plankenhorn, Company Sergeant Major, Royal Artillery

Phyllis Dagmar PLANKENHORN, born 11th September 1897, the daughter of George Louis and Sophia Stapeley Plankenhorn, Q.M.S., A.O.C.

Sophia Elizabeth PLANKENHORN, born 1st April 1893, the daughter of George Louis and Sophia Stapeley Plankenhorn, Company Sergeant Major, Royal Artillery

Charlotte Anne PLATT, baptised 7th July 1860, the daughter of Samuel and Charlotte Platt, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

William George PLATT, baptised 28th May 1864, the son of Samuel and Charlotte Platt, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

William John PLATT, baptised 4th May 1862, the son of Samuel and Charlotte Platt, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Joseph PLINT, Sapper, Royal Engineers, married 20th December 1860 to, Elizabeth CAMPBELL

William POCKER, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 24th August 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Alice Jane POCKLINGTON, born 9th August 1853, the daughter of Barbara Campbell and Major Evelyn Henry Frederick Pocklington

Blanche Ellen POCKLINGTON, born 15th June 1857, the daughter of Barbara Campbell and Lieut-Colonel Evelyn Henry Frederick Pocklington, Deputy Quarter Master General

Edith Harriet POCKLINGTON, born 3rd August 1855, the daughter of Barbara Campbell and Lieut-Colonel Evelyn Henry Frederick Pocklington

Isabella POLAND, baptised 27th February 1862, the daughter of William John and Maria Poland, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Reginald Edward POLE, born 18th May 1855, the son of Fanny and Colonel Edward Pole, 12th Royal Lancers

Mary Anne Elizabeth POLLARD, baptised 14th April 1860, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Pollard, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Albert Victor POLLOCK, aged 28 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal West Surrey Regiment, the son of Alexander Pollock, married 7th October 1894, to Mildred Katherine HACK, aged 22 years, spinster, from Farnham, Surrey, the daughter of John Hack

Alexander POLSON, Sergeant, 9th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 6th October 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Maude Melita POMEROY, born 9th September 1897, the daughter of Joseph and Annie Pomeroy, Sergeant, 2nd Dorset Regiment

William POMEROY, Private, 21st Fusiliers, aged 20 years, buried 14th August 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

George John POND, aged 37 years, bachelor, Private, Royal Welch Fusiliers, the son of George Pond deceased, married 31st January 1897 to, Martha Harriet HOPKINS, aged 21 years, spinster, Housemaid, the daughter of Adam Hopkins deceased

Sir Frederic Cavendish PONSONBY, was born 6th July 1783, the second son of Lady Henrietta Frances Ponsonby, nee Spencer the second daughter of Earl Spencer and Frederick Ponsonby, the Third Earl of Bessborough. He started his army career as an Ensign with the 10th Dragoons in January 1800, promoted to Lieutenant in June 1800, and Captain in August 1803. He transferred to the 60th Regiment in April 1806 and served with them in Ireland. The following year he moved to the 23rd Light Dragoons as a Major and was with them in Spain. On 11th June 1811, he took command of the 12th Light Dragoons, and saw much action with them throughout the Peninsular War. He was made Brevet-Colonel and A.D.C. to the King in 1814. At the Battle of Waterloo he was severely wounded and left overnight on the battlefield as dead. He suffered loss of blood from seven wounds but was found the following morning. He was serving in the Ionian Islands when he was appointed Governor of Malta in 1826. Ill health caused him to resign as Governor in May 1835. He married Emily Charlotte Bathurst, the second daughter of Earl Bathurst, on 16th March 1825, and their first son Henry Frederick was born in the Ionian Islands. She bore him three sons and three daughters. He died in Hampshire on 11th January 1837

John PONSONBY, aged 38 years, bachelor, Captain, 44th Regiment, married 1st april 1814, to Paolina BRIASCO, aged 18 years

Justinian Gordon PONSONBY, Major, Royal Berkshire Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 3rd February 1889, aged 37 years

Jane Alicia PONTON, aged 2 months, the daughter of Sergeant W. Ponton, Royal Fusiliers, buried 19th November 1829

Arthur POOLE, aged 35 years, bachelor, Private, South Staffordshire Regiment, the son of Joseph Poole, married 25th August 1881, to Elizabeth CAREY, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Carey

Charles POOLE, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in England, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, the son of John and Ellen Poole, married 3rd October 1867 to, Sarah Anne HORSEWOOD, aged 15 years, spinster, born in England, the daughter of Henry and Martha Horsewood

Born on 18th January 1872 on board HMS Crocodile, a daughter to the wife of Captain G.L.H. POOLE, 18th Regiment

Died at Fort Ricasoli on 3rd August 1872, Captain G. POOLE, 18th Regiment

Morgan POOLE, Sergeant, 1st Regiment, married 11th July 1815, to Mary DRISCOLL

, …….. POPE, died 30th July 1849, aged 12 months. The only child of Ensign Adjutant James Pope, 44th Regiment and his wife Harriet

Frederick Harper POPE, the son of Ensign James Pope, Adjutant, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged eleven months, buried 31st July 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Sergeant E. POPPLE, 1st Battalion, Suffok Regiment, died 26th November 1897 in Citta Vecchia Sanatorium from Mediterranean fever, aged 25 years. He had recently been awarded the Humane Society Medal for saving Sergeant Gordon, A.S.C., from drowning in the Quarantine Harbour

Dr. Gavino Patrizio PORTELLI, 1795 - 1865. In the early 1800’s worked at the Military General Hospital under Sir William Franklin, the Inspector of Military Hospitals. Studied medicine in London, and joined the 10th Regiment as Assistant Surgeon. Took part in the attack on Holland in 1813. Made member Royal College of Surgeons in 1816. Left the regiment at Corfu in 1818 when called by Sir Thomas Maitland to be the Principal Surgeon at the Civil Hospital of Valletta. Appointed Professor of Anatomy and Surgery in 1822

George PORTER, aged 7 months, the son of Sergeant Samuel Porter, 85th Regiment, buried 16th April 1829

George PORTER, baptised 11th January 1863, the son of John and Margaret Porter, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Joseph PORTER, Private, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 24th December 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Reginald da Costa PORTER, born 19th September 1850, in Limerick, Ireland. In 1861 living with his widowed grandmother Mary Ann Gleine in Gillingham, Kent. Lieutenant, Royal Engineers. He had served in Africa during the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879 and is remembered by a Memorial Stained Glass Window in Rochester Cathedral, Kent Died 28th August 1882. aged 32 years

Mark PORTMAN, full age, bachelor, from Wiltshire, the son of Bernard and Mary Portman, Gunner, 12th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 4th December 1876, to Mary SOFIA, aged 25 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Antonio and Alessia Sofia

Died 10th February 1872 Ernest Kemble Lewis POTTER, aged 7 weeks, the infant son of Captain F. Potter, Paymaster, 52nd Light Infantry

Rt. Hon. Sir Henry POTTINGER, Lieut-General, aged 66 years, died 18th March 1856 in Valletta. Born 3rd October 1789. The fifth son of Clare and Curwen Pottinger of Mount Pottinger, Ireland

Amelia Jane POTTS, the daughter of Sergeant Thomas Potts, Royal Artillery, aged 10 months, buried 10th October 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Charles POTTS, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, married 14th May 1858 to, Maria Elizabeth TURNER, widow

James POUTON, Lance Corporal, 7th Regiment, married 16th November 1833, to Maria Anna MANGION, of St.Lorenzo, Vittoriosa

William POVALL, Sapper, Royal Engineers, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on the 7th March 1857, of habitual drunkeness, and insubordinate conduct, sentenced to 365 days hard labour with stoppages

Bendigo POWELL, baptised 12th April 1862, the son of Thomas and Susan Powell, Gunner Royal Artillery

David POWELL, aged 8 months, the son of Sergeant Thomas Powell, 80th Regiment, buried 11th July 1824

Isabella Ann POWELL, born 10th January 1866, the daughter of Thomas and Susannah Powell, nee REDMORE, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Mathew POWELL, died 4th November 1831, Private, 73rd Regiment. His father was H. Powell, of St.Peters, Roscommon, Ireland

Thomas Charles POWELL, born 25th December 1863, the son of Thomas and Susannah Powell, nee REDMORE, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Thomas POWELL, aged 22 years, Private, 88th Regiment, buried 18th October 1841

Thomas William George POWELL, baptised 12th April 1862, the son of Thomas and Susan Powell, Gunner, Royal Artillery

William POWELL, Private, 46th Regiment, buried 2nd May 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

William Robson POWELL, aged 38 years, bachelor, Q.M.S., Royal Engineers, the son of William Henry Powell deceased, married 4th September 1896, to Florence Annie READER, aged 38 years, spinster, from Long Itchington, Warwickshire, the daughter of Mark Reader

Anne Catherine POWER, aged 18 months, the daughter of Lieut-General Sir Manley Power, Lieut-Governor, buried 1st July 1825

Catherine POWER, aged 3 months, the daughter of John Power, Drum Major, 80th Regiment, buried 19th September 1826

Henry Bolton POWER, born 7th October 1820, the son of Anne and Manley Power, Lieut-Governor of Malta

John POWER, Sergeant, 80th Regiment, married 1st April 1823, to Sarah HICKEY, of Ireland

John POWER, aged 19 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, the son of John Power, married 23rd December 1885, to Elizabeth Eliza ROGERS, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Rogers

John Maurice POWER, died 5th October 1900, aged 7 months, the son of Louisa Mary and Captain J.H. Power, Royal Army Medical Corps

Thomas POWER, Private, 1st Royal Regiment was playing ball with his comrades in Cottonera Barracks on 29th July 1879 when he felt ill. He went to the kitchen where he fell down and died

Captain H.L. POWYS, 52nd Light Infantry Regiment, his wife gave birth to a son 17th June 1870, at Verdala

Milicent Ethel POWIS, born 26th April 1878, the daughter of Henry Hubert and Eleanor Powis, Lieutenant, 98th Regiment

Amy Alice POWLEY, baptised 20th April 1867, the daughter of John Edward and Maria Powley, Sergeant Major, 1st Battalion, 60th Rifles

Walter POWNALL, Captain, 3rd Regiment, from Liverpool, married 11th April 1854 to, Georgina Eliza Gordon ANDERSON, the second daughter of the late Colonel Sir Alexander Anderson, from Scotland

Mrs PRATT, the wife of Garrison Sergeant Major Pratt, gave birth to a son on 2nd October 1897

John PRATT, Private, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 19 years 10 months, buried 3rd September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William PRATT, Private, Rifle Brigade, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on the 21st June 1842, of striking a Sergeant, sentenced 10 years Transportation

Robert Thomas PRESCOTT, baptised 1st January 1865, the son of John Henry and Adelaide Prescott, Sergeant, 100th Regiment

Thomas PRESTIGE, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 20 years, buried 5th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Reverend J.D’Arcy PRESTON, Assistant Chaplain to the Forces, 1858

William Howard PREWETT, born 15th September 1893, the son of William Henry and Maria Sophia Prewett, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment

Fanny PRICE, Worcestershire Regiment, ex HMS Serapis, aged 33 years, buried 4th November 1892

In April 1889, Private H. PRICE, Shropshire Regiment, together with four other privates from the same regiment, entered a grog shop and looking for trouble, attacked the owner, his wife, and daughter. A Picquet from Pembroke Camp was called and arrested them. They stood trial and Price was sentenced to two months Detention

John Godfrey PRICE, baptised 7th March 1860, the son of James and Ann Price, Instructor of Musketry, 21st Regiment

John PRICE, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 25 years, buried 8th December 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

George William PRICE, baptised 23rd July 1865, the son of Joseph and Ethelind Price, Private, 29th Regiment

William John Henry PRICE, baptised 9th July 1864, the son of William and Maria Price, Schoolmaster, Military Prison

Thomas PRICKETT, Major, Essex Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 12th December 1888, aged 34 years

Thomas James PRIDHAM, baptised 16th August 1863, the son of Thomas James and Eliza Pridham, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

William PRIESTMAN, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 21 years, buried 27th May 1856, by Reverend George Lawless C.F.

Allan PRITCHARD, aged 1 month, the son of Richard Prichard, Barrack Sergeant, buried 2nd May 1839

Emma PRITCHARD, aged 23 months, the daughter of Barrack Sergeant R. Pritchard, buried 28th April 1837

John PRITCHARD, aged 28 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 7th April 1826

Margaret Ann PRITCHARD, born 17th May 1865, the daughter of William and Jane Pritchard. Corporal, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Robert PRITCHARD, Private, 44th Regiment, died on Monday 3rd July 1848, while swimming at Jews Sally Port, found himself in difficulty. Sergeant William Morton of same regiment plunged into water to try and save him, but Pritchard pulled him under and both drowned

Robert PRITCHARD, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 4th July 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Uriah PRITCHARD, 62nd Regiment, died 4th August 1854. He was in a pleasure boat with William Goodfellow of the same regiment, when they were run down by a HM Steamer slowly leaving harbour

Charles Howard PROBY, Lieutenant, 1st Royals, aged 21 years, buried 11th September 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Julian Edward Spicer PROBYN, Lieutenant, Border Regiment, serving in Malta on his birthday, 19th December 1888, aged 29 years

Henry PROCTOR, Private, 97th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 9th October 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Lucy Mary PROCTOR, baptised 29th December 1860, the daughter of Henry and Lucy Christie Proctor, Captain, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Mariguita Eleanor PROCTOR, baptised 21st May 1863, the daughter of Henry and Lucy Christie Proctor, Captain, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Robert Henry PROCTOR, baptised 25th January 1865, the son of Lucy Christie and Captain Henry Proctor, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Samuel PROCTOR, aged 5 months, the son of Private Samuel Proctor, 18th Regiment, buried 9th July 1823

Samuel PROCTOR, Private, 95th Regiment, married 3rd July 1827, to Mary Ann RAGAZZO, the daughter of Gaetano Ragazzo

Frederick PROSSER, aged 5 months, the son of Captain F. Prosser, Royal Fusiliers, buried 14th March 1829

Thomas PROUDMAN, Sergeant, Reserve Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 24th September 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Richard PUDDLE, aged 29 years, bachelor, Gunner, the son of Richard Puddle, married 29th September 1894, to Frances CHILIA, aged 31 years, spinster, the daughter of John Chilia

James PULLIN, Colour Sergeant, 76th Regiment, aged 37 years, buried 7th November 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Jane PULLIN, the widow of Colour-Sergeant James Pullin, 76th Regiment, 21+, born in Fermoy, Ireland, the daughter of John and Catherine DAVENPORT, married 17th February 1852 to, William COTTERELL, 21+, bachelor, born in Winchester, Corporal, 76th Regiment, the son of Charles and Elizabeth Cotterell

Francis Thomas PURCELL, died 9th March 1869, aged 1 year 11 months, the son of Sergeant-Major W. Purcell, 48th Regiment

Joseph PURSLOW, Private, 53rd Regiment, married 19th December 1834, to Bridget KILFOYLE, of Tipperary

Robert PURTON, 21+, bachelor, born Highclere, Hampshire, Sergeant, 76th Regiment, the son of Robert and Maria Purton, married 10th May 1852 to, Anne WAGHORNE, widow of George Waghorne, 69th Regiment

Dr.William PYM, later Sir, 1772 - 1861. Studied medicine at Edinburgh University, joined the Royal Navy, but left after a short time to join the Army. Served in West Indies and became familiar with fevers. 1796 yellow fever outbreak in Martinique, and in 1815 he published an what is considered the first account of this disease. Served Gibraltar, Sicily and Malta. In 1811 appointed President of the Board of Health in Malta. Died 18th March 1861

Thomas PYNE, aged 23 years, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 30th July 1828

Martha QUARMBY (?), baptised 26th January 1867, the daughter of James and Anna Maria Quarmby, Sergeant, 84th Regiment

Matthew Martin QUARMBY, baptised 5th August 1865, the son of James and Anne Maria Quarmby, Corporal, 84th Regiment

Henry QUIN, Drummer, 48th Regiment, aged 16 years, buried 18th July 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare C.F.

Thomas QUINN, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Manchester, the son of Frank and Margaret Quinn, Colour-Sergeant, 64th Regiment, married 23rd February 1871, to Sarah Alma INDER, minor, with her parents consent, from Athlone, the daughter of Robert and Mary Ann Inder

Charles QUINNEY, 21+, bachelor, of Walsgrave-on-Sowe, Warwickshire, the son of Andrew and Mary Quinney, Corporal, 52nd Light Infantry, married 24th June 1872, to Elizabeth BUTLER, 21+, spinster, of Coleshill, Warwickshire, the daughter of John and Ann Butler

Thomas QUINTA, Private, 48th Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 26th October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Henry RABLIN, 21+, bachelor, born in Chatham, Kent, Lance-Corporal, 14th Regiment, the son of Sergeant Henry Rablin, 51st Regiment, married 14th September 1868 to, Elizabeth DOYLE, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Limerick, the daughter of Private Michael Doyle, 14th Regiment

William RABLIN, Private, 14th Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 13th November 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Edward RABONE, baptised 14th October 1860, the son of Edward and Jane Rabone, Armourer Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Jane RABONE, the wife of Armourer Sergeant Edward Rabone, 16th Brigade, Royal Artillery, died in childbirth 8th August 1861, aged 24 years. Also the baby girl, Jane, aged 1 day

Frances Ellen RADFORD, baptised 1st September 1866, the daughter of Samuel George and Jane Watson Radford, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

Maria Jane RAFTER, baptised 3rd March 1866, the daughter of James and Maria Rafter, Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment

William RAFTER, aged 16 months, the son of Paymaster M. Rafter, 95th Regiment, buried 7th July 1828

George RAILEY, died 23rd February 1829, Private, 5th Regiment

Archibald Gordon RAINSFORD-HANNAY, born 9th November 1882, the son of Ramsay William and Helen Jane Rainsford-Hannay, Captain, Royal Artillery

Donald RAINSFORD-HANNAY, born 16th October 1885, the son of Ramsay William and Helen Jane Rainsford-Hannay, Major, Royal Artillery

Ramsay RAINSFORD-HANNAY, born 29th April 1884, the son of Ramsay William and Helen Jane Rainsford-Hannay, Major, Royal Artillery

Ramsay William RAINSFORD-HANNAY, Major, Royal Artillery, served in Malta 1888. Born 9th September 1844

A.M. RAISON, aged 3 years, died 20th September 1867, from cholera, a child of the 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

E.J. RAISON, aged 5 years, died 18th September 1867, from cholera, a child of the 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

Charles Henry Sidney RAITT, died 28th April 1855, Lieutenant, 90th Light Infantry. Landed in Malta from HMS Gibraltar, 12th March 1855

Mary Jane RAITT, the daughter of Lieut-Colonel Raitt, married 9th July 1823, to John BOWLES, Lieutenant, 80th Regiment

George RALPH, aged 27 years, bachelor, of South Hamlet, Gloucestershire, the son of Francis and Eliza Ralph, Corporal, 28th Regiment, married 2nd June 1875, to Sarah ADDIS, aged 24 years, spinster, of Saint Briavels, Gloucestershire, the daughter of William and Mary Addis

Samuel RALPHS, Corporal, 53rd Regiment, married 18th December 1834, to Margaret KELLY, of Tipperary

John RAMPLING, aged 2 years, the son of James Rampling, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 13th February 1825

Andrew Robert RAMSAY, born 16th April 1854, the son of Andrew and Elizabeth Ramsay, nee YOUNG, Corporal, Royal Sappers & Miners

David Boyd RAMSAY, born 1st August 1889, the son of David and Eliza Louisa Ramsay, Sergeant, Dorset Regiment

John RAMSAY, born 12th January 1862, the son of Andrew and Elizabeth Ramsay, nee YOUNG, Colour-Sergeant, Royal Engineers

Colonel Marmaduke RAMSAY, Freemason, Grand Superintendent, the District Grand Chapter 1881. District Grand Master 1888

Mary Jane RAMSAY, born 22nd July 1852, the daughter of Andrew and Elizabeth Ramsay, nee YOUNG, 2nd Corporal, Royal Sappers & Miners

John RAMSDALE, baptised 4th August 1805, the son of Sarah and Thomas Ramsdale, 20th Dragoons

James RANCE, Sergeant, 47th Regiment, married 18th March 1857 to, Elizabeth SWEENEY, from Ireland

RANDELL, Private, 44th Regiment, buried 23rd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas RANGER, Private, 35th Regiment, married 4th September 1817, to Ellen BEE

Philip Walter RANKIN, the son of Robert Rankin, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 7 months, buried 26th November 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William RANKIN, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Regiment, married 6th December 1843 to, Mary Ellen KIRBY, spinster

Samuel RANSLEY, Colour-Sergeant, Rifle Brigade, married 29th June 1829, to Sarah KINGSWELL, of Kent

Hilda Marian RAPER, born 19th September 1880, the daughter of Annie and Major Allan Graeme Raper, 98th Regiment

Philip RAVENHILL, 21+, bachelor, born in Warminster, Wiltshire, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, the son of John and Sophia Ravenhill of Heytesbury, Wiltshire, married 31st March 1853 to, Jane Elizabeth CARTER. 21+, spinster, born in Ryde, Isle of Wight, the second daughter of Harriet Jane and Captain Thomas Wren Carter, Royal Navy, HMS Britannia

Philip John Carter RAVENHILL, born 6th January 1854, the son of Jane Elizabeth and Lieuteannt Philip Ravenhill, Royal Engineers

John RAW, Sergeant, Reserve Battalion, 68th Regiment, buried 6th September 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James RAWLINGS, aged 22 years, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 13th June 1828

Richard Russell RAWLINGS, died 14th December 1806, aged 25 years, Lieutenant, 39th Regiment

Edward RAWLINS, aged 23 years, bachelor, born in Ireland, Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of Thomas Rawlins, married 20th August 1861 to, Eliza Teresa TOWSEY, aged 17 years, spinster, born in Nova Scotia, the daughter of Joseph Towsey

Corporal E. RAWLINS, aged 24 years, Royal Engineers, died 3rd April 1862

Peter RAWSON, aged 35 years, Private, 85th Regiment, buried 3rd July 1829

Robert RAY, aged 3 years, the son of Robert Ray, 18th Regiment, buried 26th December 1823

George RAYMOND, Sergeant, 5th Regiment, married 30th August 1836, to Mary Ann FALLON, of Galway

Elizabeth Villiers RAYNES, the daughter of Captain Robert Taylor Raines, 23rd Regiment, aged 1 year 10 months, buried 8th August 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Jane RAYNES, born 4th December 1843, the daughter of George and Isabella Raynes, nee ANDERSON, Corporal, 42nd Regiment

F. RAYNOR, died from cholera, 20th September 1867, infant, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

F. RAYNOR, died from cholera, 21st September 1867, aged 2 years, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

Mary Ann RAYSIDE, aged 19 years, the daughter of James Rayside, Barrack Sergeant, buried 5th January 1838

William RAYSON, Private, 76th Regiment, aged 39 years, buried 10th April 1852, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Agnes Marian REA, baptised 9th June 1866, the daughter of William George and Caroline Rosina Rea, Quarter Master Sergeant, 8th Regiment

Gerald Marlow REA, born 11th March 1868, the son of Caroline Rose and William George Rea, Quarter Master Sergeant, 8th Regiment

Mary REA, baptised 12th October 1806, the daughter of Mary and James Rea, Royal Artillery

Arthur William READ, aged 26 years, bachelor, Private, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, the son of Thomas Read, married 23rd January 1890, to Papina CORDINA, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Vincenzo Cordina

Ernest John Ward READER, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal West Surrey Regiment, the son of Frederick William Reader, married 26th August 1894, to Carmela MICALLEF, aged 19 years, spinster the daughter of Paolo Micallef

Robert REAY, Adjutant, 34th Regiment, died 2nd September 1855, at St.Elmo, from fever

Robert REAY, Lieutenant, 34th Regiment, aged 30 years, Adjutant of the Provincial Battalion, Light Division, buried 4th September 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Charles REDDIN, born 5th December 1847, the son of Elizabeth and Colour-Sergeant Patrick Reddin, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment

William REDFORD, the son of Joseph Redford, Private, 47th Regiment, aged one year ten months, buried 9th August 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Sarah REDGATE, died 5th April 1835, aged 5 years 8 months, the daughter of James and Bridget Redgate, 53rd Regiment

James Henry REDSTONE, aged 24 yers, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, Royal Berkshire Regiment, the son of Henry Redstone, married 16th March 1889, to Annie Elizabeth DELAINEY, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of John Delainey

Charles REED, aged 38 years, Sergeant, 95th Regiment, buried 28th January 1828

Mary Elizabeth REED, aged 7 months, the daughter of Charles Reed, Sergeant, 95th Regiment, buried 17th August 1826

Thomas REED, aged 2 years, the son of James Reed, 59th Regiment, buried 7th March 1839

William REED, Sergeant, 70th Regiment, married 7th November 1836, to Ellen HOLSHAW

Jean REEKIE, aged 45 years, the wife of Andrew Reekie, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Royal Highlanders, buried 10th June 1844

Andrew James REES, the son of George Rees, Private, 9th Regiment, aged 2 months, buried 24th June 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William REES, arrived on the Steamer Medway, from Woolwich. Died 19th August 1854, in the Lazaretto, from cholera. Aged 22 years. Royal Artillery

William REEVES, Private, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 23 years, buried 3rd January 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Private REID, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, was sentenced to the galleys for five years, for stealing a watch from Lieutenant Gilbourne. In October 1849 he was dismissed from the army

Arthur Douglas REID, born 5th November 1895, the son of Edmund and Mary Isabella Imrie Reid, Lieutenant, A.S.C.

Cyril Goddard REID, born 15th January 1894, the son of Samuel and Mary Isabella Reid, Lieutenant, A.S.C.

Frederick William REID, the son of Gunner Reid, aged 9 years 1 month, buried 27th October 1891

James Frederick Adolphus REID, born 16th August 1867, the son of Frederick and Sarah Jane Reid, Sergeant, 31st Regiment

Olga Melita REID, born 5th July 1892, the daughter of Samuel and Mary Isabella Reid, Lieutenant, A.S.C.

Sir William REID, was born 25th April 1791, the eldest son of Alexandrina Reid, nee Fyers, the daughter of Thomas Fyers, and James Reid, a Minister of the Scots Church, at Kinglassie, Fifeshire. He entered the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich in 1806, became a 2nd Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers on 10th February 1809, and Lieutenant on 23rd April 1810. He joined the British Army in Lisbon and served throughout the Peninsular War, seeing action at all the major battles. Made 2nd Captain on 20th December 1814 he went next to America serving under Sir Edward Packenham, returning to England in May 1815. In January 1816 he was appointed Adjutant of the Royal Sappers and Miners. A few months later he was present at the bombardment of Algiers. In 1824 he was posted to Ireland till 1827, and was involved in surveying the country. In December 1831 he left for the West Indies. He was the author of an authoritative book regarding the origins and effects of storms and hurricanes, published in 1838 and in January 1839 was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. At the same time, January 1839, was made Governor of Bermuda, where he set about improving the education of the local population and the method of farming the land. In 1846 he transferred to Barbados, returning to England in 1848. In 1849 he was appointed Commanding Royal Engineer at Woolwich. In 1850 he bacame President of the Board of Trade, and Chairman of the Great Exhibition of 1851 Committee. On 27th October 1851 he was announced as Governor of Malta. Whilst on Malta he again used his position to improve education and agriculture, and pursued his interest in scientific matters. He married Sarah Bolland, the youngest daughter of John Bolland MP, on 5th November 1818 at Clapham, South London, When he returned to England in 1858, his wife died on 19th February 1858, whilst he died shortly afterwards on 31st October 1858 at his home in Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, London. Five daughters survived them

Reverend Charles Freeman REILLY, Freemason, The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1889. Chaplain to the Forces

Charles Freeman REILLY, aged 36 years, bachelor, Chaplain H.M. Forces, the son of James Miles Townsend Reilly deceased, married 26th May 1890, to Louisa Augusta MEYRICK, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Lieut-General Augustus William Henry Meyrick

Private Daniel REILLY, 8th Regiment gave evidence on behalf of Lieutenant Roger M’Swiney at his Court Martial in November 1818, and subsequently victimised by Lieut-Colonel Roberton, who was later cashiered

J. REILLY, 52nd Regiment, his wife gave birth to a son 7th December 1869

Arthur Ernest Hayes RENTON, born 16th September 1882, the son of Ernest Inkerman and Annie Renton, Sergeant, O.S.C.

Ernest Allan RENTON, born 5th September 1886, the son of Ernest Inkerman and Annie Renton, Conductor of Stores, O.S.D.

John RENTON, Lance Sergeant, 42nd Regiment, married December 1843, to Margaret RUSSELL, of Ireland

Mabel Olive RENTON, born 28th September 1885, the daughter of Ernest Inkerman and Annie Renton, Conductor of Stores

Margaret RENTON, aged 6 days, the daughter of John Renton, Sergeant, Reserve Battalion 42nd Highlanders, buried 22nd October 1844

Sidney Albert RENTON, baptised 28th December 1884, the son of Ernest Inkerman and Annie Renton, Staff Sergeant, O.S.Corps

James REOCH, Private, 42nd Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on the 3rd October 1844, of stabing a Private, sentenced Transportation for Life

Private Edward REYNOLDS, 31st Regiment, found Guilty at Garrison Court Martial 5th November 1816, sentenced to 300 lashes

George James REYNOLDS, baptised 2nd March 1861, the son of George and Mary Ann Reynolds, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

James REYNOLDS, baptised 6th October 1805, the son of Mary and Michael Reynolds, Royal Artillery

Sarah Emma REYNOLDS, baptised 4th October 1862, the daughter of George and Mary Ann Reynolds, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment

Henry REYNOR, Private, Captain Cole’s Company, 85th Regiment, King’s Light Infantry, died 27th December 1828, aged 34 years. Buried in Blata-il-Bajda (Mile End) cemetery

Affliction sore long time I bore

Physicians were in vain

Till God did please to give me ease

and free me from my pain.

Francis RHODES, Private, 69th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 10th August 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Agnes Blanche RICH, baptised 1st December 1860, the daughter of Frederick Henry and Elizabeth Rich, Captain, Royal Engineers

Charles Trevellyan Cornwallis RICHARDS, aged 27 years, widower, Private, King’s Royal Rifles, the son of Charles Percy Richards, Artist, married 31st October 1895 to, Mary FINCH, aged 26 years, widow, the daughter of John Daniel PRITCHARD, Master Mariner

Edward RICHARDS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 32 years, buried 8th January 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Frederick William RICHARDS, baptised 15th August 1867, the son of Frederick Walter and Sophia Richards, Private, 1st Battalion, 60th Rifles

John RICHARDS, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, the son of Thomas Richards, married 21st April 1897 to, Louisa TRYHORN, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Matthew Tryhorn

Martha Ann RICHARDS, baptised 19th January 1861, the daughter of Henry and Harriet Richards, Trumpet Major, Royal Artillery

Alfred RICHARDSON, the son of Corporal Richardson, East Kent Militia, aged 17 days, buried 26th July 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edward W. RICHARDSON, born 1868/1869, the son of Harriet and Walter T. Richardson, Private, 24th Regiment

Elizabeth RICHARDSON, aged 10 months, the daughter of Francis Richardson, Sergeant, 1st Battalion 42nd Highlanders, buried 30th September 1843

Frances RICHARDSON, the daughter of Private Richardson, 76th Regiment, aged eight months, buried 22nd June 1851, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

George RICHARDSON, the son of George Richardson, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 13 months 7 days, buried 11th August 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John RICHARDSON, aged 5 years, the son of William Richardson, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 24th June 1828

John RICHARDSON, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 7th September 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Mallcott Sydney RICHARDSON, 35th Regiment, the fourth son of Lawford Richardson, married 8th November 1869 at Cairo to, Caterine Elvira MACLEANE, the eldest daughter of Major General C.M. Macleane

Thomas RICHARDSON, died 1836, aged 22 years, Private, 70th Regiment

Thomas RICHARDSON, born 17th November 1844, the son of Francis and Frances Richardson, nee TUNSTEAD, Sergeant, 42nd Regiment

William RICHARDSON, Private, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, aged 16 years, buried 1st March 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edward Hubert RICHMOND, aged 25 years, bachelor, Sergeant, Gordon Highlanders, the son of Henry Richmond, married 7th January 1888, to Jane COOPER, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Richard Cooper

Edward RICKARDS, Sergeant, 53rd Regiment, married 18th December 1834, to Mary HURLEY, of Cork

Sarah Anne RICKARDS, baptised 24th July 1864, the daughter of Thomas and Jane Rickards, Colour Sergeant, 7th Royal Fusiliers

Crosby Joseph RIDDELL, Captain, 35th Regiment, took over command of Fort Tigne, after the French capitulation in 1800

Thomas RIDGEWELL, aged 31 years, bachelor, Lance-Corporal, Military Police, the son of Robert Ridgewell, married 23rd April 1898 to, Edith Annie DOWN, aged 25 years, spinster, Nurse, the daughter of John Edward Down

William Joseph RIDLER, aged 26 years, bachelor, Sergeant, 3rd Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment, the son of Joseph Ridler, married 21st June 1900 to, Sarah Elizabeth WARD, aged 23 years, spinster, from Ridgewell, Essex, the daughter of John Ward deceased

Rebecca RIDLEY, baptised 17th July 1864, the daughter of William and Susannah Ridley, Lance Corporal, 100th Regiment

Louis RIFF, aged 24 years, bachelor, from Germany, Sergeant, de Meuron’s Regiment, married 2nd March 1813, to Mary MOREL, aged 26 years, from Prussia, the widow of Sergeant Lawrence Morel, of de Meuron’s Regiment

Arthur RILEY, baptised 14th April 1867, the son of Charles and Eliza Riley, Bugle Major, 60th Rifles

John Lionel RILEY, born 8th April 1865, the son of John and Jane Riley, nee HYNDS, Sergeant, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Henry RILEY, born 30th December 1866, the son of John and Jane Riley, nee HYNDS, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

Private John RILEY, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, aged 22 years, died from cholera 2nd September 1867

Reuben RILEY, aged 29 years, bachelor, born in Stafford, Private, 22nd Regiment, the son of John and Sarah Riley, married 2nd December 1865 to, Ann ROSS, aged 30 years, widow, born in Belfast, the daughter of James and Margaret TELFORD

Surgeon Major James RING M.D., serving in Malta on his birthday, 5th March 1889, aged 39 years

Jane Craig RITCHIE, died 7th December 1859, aged 19 years, the wife of Dr.Ritchie, Bombay Artillery

Colonel RIVAROLA , Commanding Royal Malta Fencibles, lived at 8/10 Piazza Fianco, Valletta, rent free, as authorized by the Local Government, in 1825

John ROACH, 21+, bachelor, born in Waterford, Ireland, Private, 3rd Regiment, the son of Michael and Ellen Roach, married 15th June 1861 to, Emily JONES, 21+, spinster, born in Newport, Monmouthshire,the daughter of Richard and Sarah Jones

Kate ROACH, the daughter of Richard Roach, Sergeant, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged one year, buried 22nd June 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

William ROACH, Private, Rifle Brigade, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on the 16th November 1841, of striking a Sergeant, sentenced 14 years Transportation

Thomas ROBB, 42nd Regiment, died 29th December 1843. His father was Thomas Robb, Glenisla, Forfar, Scotland

John ROBERTS, Private, 23rd Fusiliers, buried 22nd January 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

James ROBBIE, aged 1 year, the son of Francis Robbie, 92nd Highlanders, buried 29th December 1838

Rebecca ROBBIE, aged 8 months, the daughter of Charles Robbie, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 24th June 1824

Alfred ROBBINS, aged 34 years, widower, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Shropshire Reeginent, the son of William Robbins, married 14th July 1889, to Mary REED, aged 32 years, widow, the daughter of John CARSON

Mary Janet ROBERTSON, aged 16 days, the daughter of Private Robertson, Royal Artillery, buried 4th February 1847

Lieut-Colonel Peter T. ROBERTON, 8th Regiment. Cashiered at his Court Martial, 21st May 1819, held at Corfu, over mismanagement and misconduct whilst the regiment was in garrison at Malta

Charles ROBERTS, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, the son of Mary and John Roberts, Mechanic, of Wales, married 9th January 1866 to, Ellin ROBERTS, the daughter of Ellin and the late Owen Roberts, Mariner, of Holyhead, Anglesey

George ROBERTS, 21+, bachelor, born in Devonshire, Private, 14th Regiment, the son of James and Elizabeth Roberts, married 3rd June 1856 to, Mary DOWMAN, 21+, spinster, born in Brecon, South Wales, the daughter of John and Margaret Dowman

Henrietta Marian Mary ROBERTS, born 6th June 1834, the daughter of Marian and Captain John Cramner Roberts, A.D.C. to the Lieut-Governor

John ROBERTS, aged 26 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 9th May 1826

Captain John Crammer ROBERTS, ADC to Major-General Frederick C. Ponsonby, and the third son of John Cramer Roberts of Callimount, Kildare, Ireland, and Glassonbury House, Kent, married on 27th November 1828, to Marian ROSS, the second daughter of the late David Ross of Calcutta

John Thomas ROBERTS, Private, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 18 years, buried 12th September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

Mrs ROBERTS, the wife of Captain Cramer Roberts, Aide de Camp, gave birth to a son 17th November 1831, at the Palace, Valletta

Thomas ROBERTS, aged 33 years, bachelor, Colour-Sergeant, M.S.C., the son of Thomas Roberts, married 23rd April 1888, to Agnes Mary SCARGALL, aged 31 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles John Scargall

Edmund Digley Maxwell ROBERTSON, born 21st March 1887, the son of Henry Maxwell and Mary Elizabeth Louisa Robertson, Lieutenant-Colonel, Royal Artillery

John ROBERTSON, Private, 1st Battalion, 21st Regiment, married 27th August 1859 to Philadelphia MARTIN, the widow of Thomas BLACKSTONE

Philip Rynd ROBERTSON, baptised 28th April 1866, the son of James Henry Craig and Hester Matilda Robertson, Colonel, D.W.M. General

Robert ROBERTSON, born 9th September 1857, the son of Robert and Mary Ann Robertson, Private, 71st Regiment

Alice ROBINSON, aged 1 month, the daughter of George Robinson, Royal Artillery, buried 23rd July 1823

Eliza Jane ROBINSON, baptised 23rd September 1865, the daughter of Thomas and Eliza Robinson, Gunner, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

Frederick Charles ROBINSON, aged 24 years, bachelor, Sergeant, East Surrey Regiment, the son of William Robinson, Labourer, married 4th April 1895 to, Catherine GRAHAM, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of James Marshall Graham, Sergeant, Dockyard Police

Frederick George ROBERTSON, baptised 10th March 1861, the son of William and Ann Robertson, Sergeant, Royal Artillery

James ROBINSON, 1st Regiment, married 31st December 1815, to Jane ROSE

James ROBINSON, Private, 7th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 17th January 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Manley Boulton ROBINSON, baptised 14th February 1802, the son of Marianne and James Robinson, QMS, 2nd Battalion, 20th Regiment

Maria ROBINSON, baptised 4th August 1805, the daughter of Judith and Thomas Robinson, 58th Regiment

Samuel ROBINSON, aged 30 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 22nd February 1827

Thomas ROBINSON, Corporal, 7th Regiment, married 4th October 1834, to Caroline MORLEY, of Kent

Thomas ROBINSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Preston, Lancashire, Sergeant, 64th Regiment, the son of John and Elizabeth Robinson, married 10th November 1870 to, Jane WILLIAMS, 21+, spinster, born in Fishguard, Wales, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Williams

George ROBSON, Private, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 22 years, buried 8th September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

George ROBSON, Private, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), aged 22 years, buried 8th September 1854, by Reverend Henry Hare

John ROBSON, buried 12th September 1868, aged 29 years 10 months, Sergeant, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery

Thomas ROCHE, aged 26 years, bachelor, Gunner Royal Artillery, the son of Edward Roche, Coachman, married 1st january 1895 to, Lavinia CODD, aged 27 years, the daughter of Reuben Codd, Farmer

Ann ROCKINGHAM, baptised 7th September 1862, the daughter of Thomas and Ann Rockingham, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Elizabeth Charlotte ROCKINGHAM, baptised 12th March 1864, the daughter of Thomas and Ann Rockingham, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Mary Ann ROCKINGHAM, baptised 12th March 1864, the daughter of Thomas and Ann Rockingham, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Henry RODGERS, 21+, bachelor, of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, the son of Thomas and Martha Rodgers, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, married 20th September 1871, to Annie HIRD, 21+, widow, of Galway, Ireland, the daughter of Thomas and Mary BOSWARD

Thomas RODGERS, Garrison QMS, married 4th April 1842, to Susannah TAYLOR

William RODGERS, Private, 95th Regiment, buried 4th January 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

William RODGERS, born 17th August 1857, the son of William and Elizabeth Rodgers, nee BROWN, Private.

Silbert George RODSTVED, born 4th January 1893, the son of Johann Camillus and Ellen Rodstved, Sergeant, Royal Artillery. He died 4 a.m. 10th August 1906 in the Station Hospital, Valletta, after an operation for appendicitis the previous evening

Dagmar Annetta RODSTVED, born 9th November 1897, the daughter of Johann Cammilus and Ellen Rodstved, Staff-Sergeant, A.O.C.

Francis ROE, aged 21 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died from cholera, buried 23rd June 1837

James ROE, Private, 51st Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 6th March 1856, by Reverend Henry Hare

Edmund Greenwood ROEBUCK, aged 29 years, bachelor, Sergeant, King’s Own, the son of Luke Roebuck, married 1st May 1897, to Cecilia SNOOK, aged 21 years, spinster, of Portsmouth, the daughter of John Snook

Charles ROGERS, aged 28 years, bachelor, born in Halesowen, Staffordshire, the son of William Rogers, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, married 13th April 1865 to, Graziulla BORG, aged 18 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Baptist Borg

Fanny ROGERS, aged 33 years, the wife of W. Rogers, Garrison Quarter Master Sergeant, buried 15th September 1841

Frederick Mott ROGERS, aged 29 years, bachelor, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, married 5th August 1891, to Agnes Mary BARTON, aged 23 years, spinster

James Robert ROGERSON, baptised 26th October 1862, the son of James and Elizabeth Rogerson, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 25th Regiment

M. ROGERS, Sergeant, 49th Regiment, from Winchester, married 14th Febreuary 1854 to, Ann WILLIAMS, of Winchester

Thomas ROLF, Private, Grenadier Guards, aged 38 years, buried 2nd March 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Stewart Erskine ROLLAND, 21+, bachelor, born in Edinburgh, the son of Peter and Ann Rolland, formerly Lieutenant, 69th Regiment, married 28th May 1848 to, Honora Charlotte BURDGE, 21+, spinster, from Galway, Ireland, the daughter of Nicholas and Louisa Burdge

Mary Ann ROLLING, the daughter of a soldier in the 44th Regiment, aged one year nine months, buried 27th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Hannah ROLLINS, the wife of Private Rollins, 44th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 23rd July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

William ROLLINS, aged 31 years, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 7th December 1827

Alexander ROLLO, aged 31 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died of cholera, buried 12th July 1837

Thomas ROLSTON, Assistant Staff Surgeon, died 30th August 1826

Anna ROME, aged 7 months, the daughter of Private Rome, 42nd Royal Highlanders, buried 14th August 1846

Catherine ROME, aged 16 months, the daughter of Private Robert Rome, 1st Battalion 42nd Regiment, buried 23rd November 1843

John ROME, aged 13 months, the son of Robert Rome, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment, buried 30th August 1845

Charles Henry Wolfgang ROMER, born 22nd October 1866, the son of Robert Corcyra and Helen Gerardine Romer, nee CLOETE, Colonel, Royal Artillery

Georgina Kate ROMER, baptised 24th December 1864, the daughter of Robert Corcyra and Helen Geraldine Romer, Colonel, Royal Artillery

Melita Julia Alexandra ROMER, baptised 17th June 1863, the daughter of Robert Corcyra and Helen Geraldine Romer, Lieut-Colonel, Royal Artillery

Hilda Dorothy Melita RONPELL, born 27th July 1893, the daughter of Francis Frederick and Edith Maria Ronpell, Major, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment

Robert ROOFE, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 33 years, buried 13th February 1849, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Edward ROOKE, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 20th November 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Anne ROOME, born 21st January 1846, the daughter of Robert and Catherine Roome, nee MacPHAIL, Private, 1st Battalion, 42nd Regiment

John ROOME, born 2nd July 1844, the son of Robert and Catherine Roome, nee MacPHAIL, Private, 42nd Regiment

Edward RORKE, Royal Artillery, died 2nd November 1857. Drowned in Marsamuscetto harbour, his body recovered near Fort Tigne. He had a fit of apoplexy whilst in the water

James ROSCOE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Prescot, Lancashire, the son of Thomas and Mary Roscoe, Colour-Sergeant, 98th Regiment, married 7th October 1878, to Mary Eliza NOTHDORFT, aged 24 years, widow, born West Indies, the daughter of John and Caroline TANCOCK

Joseph ROSCOE, aged 24 years, bachelor, from Yorkshire, the son of Robert and Jane Roscoe, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, 12th Brigade, married 7th December 1874, to Annie TURNER, aged 26 years, spinster, of Dublin, the daughter of Edward and Mary Turner

John ROSE, died 9th July 1833, Schoolmaster Sergeant, 94th Regiment. Baptised Perth, Scotland. His mother was Mary Rose, High Church, Duke St., Glasgow, Scotland

William ROSE (? ROSS), Private, 3rd Regiment, married 1st March 1814, to Jane VINCENT

Frederick ROSENBERG, Sergeant, King's German Artillery, married 10th February 1816, to Mary McLAUCHLAN, of Ireland

Alexander ROSS, Quartermaster, 85th Regiment, died 22nd August 1826

Elizabeth Jane Petrina ROSS, born 25th April 1823, the daughter of Elizabeth and Lieutenant Frederic James Ross, Army

Francis ROSS, born 28th November 1860, the son of Hamilton and Eliza Ross, nee McHENRY, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment

George William ROSS, baptised 10th November 1867, the son of George and Maria Ross, nee SMITH. Born at Bantry Bay, Ireland 29th July 1867. Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

James Alexander ROSS, baptised 14th January 1865, the son of Thomas and Ann Jane Ross, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

James ROSS, aged 11 months, the son of Andrew Ross, Private, 92nd Regiment, buried 23rd September 1837

James ROSS, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 8th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Alexander ROSS, aged 45 years, Quartermaster, 85th Regiment, buried 23rd August 1826

Francis ROSS, Private, 81st Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 30th October 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John ROSS, arrived on the Transport Prince Regent, from Corfu. Died 28th June 1834, in the Lazaretto from asthma. Soldier, Rifle Brigade

John ROSS, aged 22 months, the son of Alexander Ross, Corporal, Reserve Battalion, 42nd Highlanders, buried 23rd October 1843

John James ROSS, 21+, bachelor, born Funchal, Madeira, the son of Mary and Archibald Ross, Captain, 13th Regiment, married 17th December 1877, to Helen Anna TOMPSON, 21+, spinster, of Belton, Suffolk, the daughter of Arthur and Mary Anna Tompson

Lucy ROSS, aged 27 years, the wife of Andrew Ross, Private, 92nd Regiment, buried 19th August 1837

Mary ROSS, aged 21 days, the daughter of Corporal Ross, 42nd Royal Highlanders, buried 30th July 1846

Ronald Macquarrie ROSS, born at Sliema on Thursday 31st December 1846, the son of Mary Jane and Lieutenant Ross, 42n Regiment

William Thomas ROSS, baptised 6th September 1862, the son of Thomas and Ann Jane Ross, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

E. ROSSI, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 27th March 1917, in Cottonera Hospital, aged 25 years

James Alexander ROSTON, baptised 9th December 1865, the son of William and Jessie Roston, Private, 29th Regiment

Earl of Rothes, (George William E.), Lieutenant, 7th Regiment, married 7th May 1831, to Louisa Susanna Jane Anderson MORSHEAD, the third daughter of Henry Anderson Morshead, Colonel, Royal Engineers, of Widey Court, Devonshire

John ROTHMAN, aged 2 years, the son of Gunner Rothman, Royal Artillery, buried 9th July 1837

Elizabeth ROTHWELL, baptised 17th March 1807, the daughter of Ellen and William Rothwell, 39th Regiment

John ROTTEN, Captain, 36th Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 8th November 1855, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John ROTTON, died 7th November 1855, Captain, 36th Regiment

George ROULSTONE, Private, Reserve Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 28th October 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Catherine Louisa ROUNTREE, baptised 8th November 1862, the daughter of Alfred and Harriet Rountree, Warder, Military Prison

Charles Robert ROUNTREE, baptised 2nd April 1864, the son of Alfred William and Harriet Rountree, Warder, Military Prison

William ROWAN, aged 39 years, Private, 70th Regiment, died from cholera, buried 28th June 1837

John ROWCLIFFE, Private, East Kent Militia, aged 19 years, buried 28th October 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Arthur Alfred ROWE, aged 22 years, bachelor, Soldier, the son of John Rowe, married 4th June 1889, to Ellen BASHFORD, aged 17 years, spinster, the daughter of George Bashford

Charles ROWE, died 2nd August 1854, arrived on the Vectis, from Marseilles. Died in the Lazaretto from cholera. Quartermaster

George ROWE, Private, 7th Fusiliers, aged 18 years, buried 4th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

George ROWE, Sergeant, 31st Regiment, married 11th November 1856 to, Catherine ROSSITER, of Dublin

George Mitchell ROWE, Lieutenant, 20th Regiment, died 1st December 1879, aged 30 years. The eldest son of Lydia and William Neville Rowe, of Great Haye, Lamerton, Devon

John ROWLAN, Private, 88th Regiment, at his Court Martial held on the 4th October 1844, he was found Guilty of striking a Sergeant, and sentenced to 14 years Transportation

John ROWLAND, aged 19 months, the son of Richard Rowland, Corporal, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 12th June 1841

Richard ROWLAND, aged 2 months, the son of Private Rowland, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 1st June 1842

Thomas ROWLANDS, died 2nd April 1833, aged 27 years, Private, Royal Fusiliers

S. ROWLANDSON, Bandmaster with the Welsh Regiment in Malta 1890

Arthur Ernest ROWNTREE, baptised 7th October 1865, the son of Alfred William and Harriet Rowntree, Warder, Military Prison

Charles Edmund RUCK-KEENE, Lieutenant, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, serving in Malta on his birthday, 10th February 1889, aged 23 years

Frederick RUDD, the son of Robert Rudd, Corporal, 9th Regiment, buried 1st July 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

James RUFFELL, 21+, bachelor, of Elmstead, Essex, the son of James and Mary Ruffell, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, married 4th May 1871, to Rose Abigail PRIOR, minor, with her parents consent, of Woolwich, the daughter of Charles and Mary Anne Prior

Thomas RULE, Royal Artillery, married 6th August 1839, to Mary RAFFERTY

Thomas RULE, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 24th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Thomas RULER, aged 25 years, bachelor, 2nd Corporal, Royal Engineers, the son of John William Ruler, married 20th October 1888, to Fanny Maria BAKER, aged 29 years, the daughter of George Baker

Annie Maria RUSHTON, baptised 4th August 1866, the daughter of Charles and Anna Rushton, Sergeant, 84th Regiment

Arthur Hickie RUSHTON, Captain, Royal Garrison Artillery, died on Monday 1st April 1907 in Cottonera Hospital from acute pneumonia, aged 27 years 3 months. Born 13th December 1879 at Horrah, Bengal, India, he was commissioned as a Lieutenant in February 1901, and promoted to Captain on 28th February 1906. He arrived in Malta from India in June 1906. Holder of the South African Medal 1899 – 1902 for services on St. Helena

Archibald RUSSELL, 42nd Regiment, died 13th June 1843, the son of John Russell, of Edinburgh

Archibald RUSSELL, aged 18 years, Private, 42nd Highlanders, buried 13th June 1843, the son of John Russell, of Edinburgh

David RUSSELL, baptised 1st July 1867, the son of Charles and Mary Anne Russell, Private, 64th Regiment

Margaret RUSSELL, baptised 11th January 1863, the daughter of James and Sophia Russell, Corporal, 25th Regiment

Roger Crampton Theodore RUSSELL, aged 3 years, died Sunday 2nd November 1885, at Taormina, Sicily, the fourth son of Major Russell, Royal Engineers

William RUSSELL, of Ireland, Lieutenant, 73rd Regiment, married 2nd May 1832, to Eliza MARTIN, the eldest daughter of Surgeon Martin, 73rd Regiment

Private RUTHERFORD, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, found Guilty at a Court Martial on 16th November 1849, of being drunk whilst on guard at the victualling office, but in view of his good character, sentence was light. 33 days imprisonment and to forfeit 1d per day for 30 days

Samuel RUTHERFORD, Private, 20th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 24th August 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

Donald William RUTHVEN, born 30th June 1899, the son of William James and Adelaide Elizabeth Ruthven, Army Schoolmaster

Hugh Peter Lansdale RUTHVEN, born 16th September 1897, the son of William James and Adelaide Elizabeth Ruthven, Army Schoolmaster

William RUTLEDGE, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, died 2nd August 1829

Lieutenant John RUTTER, 21+, bachelor, Royal Malta Fencible Artillery, the son of Thomas and Vincenza Rutter, married 8th December 1864, to Margaret GIAPPONE, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Giachino and Rosa Giappone. (This marriage caused difficulties for the Anglican and Roman Catholic church authorities. It seems that he feared his marriage to Miss. Giappone would be delayed due to a pending breach of promise suit, so he declared himself a Protestant and the marriage went ahead. To avoid similar circumstances the Archbishop of Malta, and the Bishop of Gibraltar came to an agreement that in future anyone changing their religion would have to follow their new religion for a minimum of six months before a marriage would be permitted.)

Richard RYALL, Sergeant, 44th Regiment, from Dublin, married 1st May 1851 to, Eliza CLAYTON, from Tipperary

Reverend E. RYAN, Catholic Chaplain to the Forces, promoted from 4th Class to 3rd Class in June 1895

Edward RYAN, 21+, bachelor, from Cork, the son of Jeremiah and Bridget Ryan, Band Sergeant, 28th Regiment, married 11th October 1875, to Elizabeth SOMERS, 21+, spinster, born Guernsey, the daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Somers

Thomas RYAN, 22nd Regiment, married in a Roman Catholic ceremony at the Sarria Church, Floriana, Elena DELIA about 1864. Ryan left Malta about a year later without his wife. On 15th April 1869 she married George MEADE, Corporal, 24th Regiment, in St.Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, Valletta, stating that she was a widow, and left Malta with him. In 1873, Ryan returned to Malta and made enquiries regarding the family Alessandro DELIA, late Sergeant in the Royal Malta Fencibles, made this allegation about his sister. Alessandro and Elena were children of Alessandro and Carmela Delia.

William RYAN, Private, 19th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on the 27th August 1841, of using threatening language, sentenced to 200 lashes

Alexander RYCROFT, baptised 2nd April 1806, the son of Alice and John Rycroft, Royal Artillery

Clement SADLIER, the son of Clement Sadlier, Private, 62nd Regiment, aged 3 months, buried 26th October 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Arthur SAGE, aged 2 years, the son of James Sage, Private, 92nd Highlanders, buried 29th July 1840

Lieutenant C.R.S. SAINSBURY, Dorsetshire Regiment, became Camp Adjutant at Pembroke Camp on 3rd December 1888

James Nelson SALMON, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, serving in Malta on his birthday, 28th January 1889, aged 25 years

George SALTER, aged 23 years, bachelor, born in Lincoln, Bandsman, 2nd Battalion, 4th Regiment, the son of John and Eliza Salter, married 11th October 1865 to, Louise WHITE, aged 18 years, spinster, born in England, the daughter of William and Louise White

Thomas Arthur P. SAMMUT, the son of Dr. Guiseppe Sammut, aged 10 months, buried 8th July 1854, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Arthur SAMPSON, full age, bachelor, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, the son of John Sampson, married 8th March 1881, to Sarah Ann BRAMLY, full age, spinster, the daughter of John Bramly

John SAMPSON, aged 22 years, Private, 59th Regiment, buried 10th May 1837

Susana Maria SANDES, the daughter of Sergeant Sandes, 1st Battalion, 97th Regiment, aged ten months, buried 2nd December 1847, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Anne SANDFORD, the wife of Richard Sandford, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, buried 27th December 1852, by Reverend Henry Hare

Daniel Sidney SANDFORD, 2nd Lieutenant, Rifle Brigade, died 5th January 1853, aged 21 years. He married Elizabeth 25th May 1852. The eldest son of Erskine Douglas Sandford, Sheriff of Galloway, Advocate. Born 2nd August 1831

Richard SANDFORD, died 21st August 1829, Private, 7th Royal Fusiliers, aged 24 years

Ann Gillespie Cowan SANFORD, born 6th August 1882, the daughter of Charles Henry and Ellie Sanford, Captain, A.P.D.

Thomas SANDFORD, the son of Richard Sandford, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged one year three months, buried 22nd March 1853, by Reverend Henry Hare

Andrew SANDS, aged 37 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 27th September 1826

John SANGSTER, Gunner, Royal Artillery, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 18th July 1857, of striking a superior officer, sentenced to 1 year imprisonment

John SARGEANT, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, aged 40 years, buried 28th August 1848, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

Arthur SARGENT, Gunner, Royal Artillery, married 3rd December 1859 to, Mary BOSWARD

Thomas SATTON, aged 37 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 1st August 1825

Richard SAUNDERS, Private, 88th Regiment, found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 11th December 1846, of striking a Sergeant, sentenced 14 years Transportation

Charles SAVAGE, baptised 28th December 1861, the son of Albion and Mary Savage, Colour Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment

Edward SAVAGE, Sergeant, 36th Regiment, married 29th April 1820, to Hannah BAYNES

Noel Hope Bertie SAVILE, born 8th December 1872, the son of Albany Robert and Sybella Savile, Lieutenant, 18th Regiment

Reginald De Vere SAVILE, born 21st May 1874, the son of Albany Robert and Sybella Savile, Lieutenant, 18th Regiment

Bombadier William SAXTON, died 15th November 1849, Capt. Tylee's Co., Royal Artillery. Buried in Fort Chambray cemetery Gozo

Albert George Bayley SCAMMELL, born 10th January 1892, the son of Samuel Thomas Digby and Jane Harriet Emma Scammell, Sergeant, M.S.C.

Albert John Bayley SCAMMELL, the son of Staff Sergeant Scammell, Medical Staff Corps, aged 8 months, buried 2nd September 1892

Eliza SCANDLAN, died 3rd November 1849, the daughter of John and Margaret Scandlan. Died in Fort Manoel, buried in the Lazaretto, aged one year. Her father was a soldier in 69th Regiment

J.R. SCARR, died 12th November 1903 in Valletta Station Hospital, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

Joseph SCATTERGOOD, 35th Regiment, stabbed Sergeant Robert Culbert, 35th Regiment, with a bayonet. Found Guilty by Court Martial, he was executed by firing squad on 21st August 1805

Joseph SCATTERGOOD, aged 25 years, bachelor, of Derby, the son of Joseph and Jane Scattergood, Sergeant, 101st Regiment, married 2nd October 1876, to Hannah WOODFORD, aged 19 years, spinster, of Ryde, Isle of Wight, the daughter of George and Lucy Woodford

Tancredi Charles Victor SCEBERRAS, born 24th September 1877, the son of Attilio and Matilda Sceberras, Major, 98th Regiment

Arthur John SCHEIBER, born December 1855, the son of Ellena Tagliapetra of Zante, and Ensign Arthur John Scheiber, 31st Regiment

Captain Charles B. SCIORTINO, 1st Battalion, Royal Malta Regiment, married 11th January 1898 to, Georgina MUSCAT, the only daughter of R. Muscat, at the Nazarene Church, Sliema

Mrs SCHOOLES, the wife of Dr. Schooles, Surgeon, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, gave birth to a son 22nd September 1849

John SCOFIELD, died 4th December 1856, 28th Regiment, from stab wounds. Spiridone Zammit was arrested and charged with his murder, but at his trial in January 1857 was acquitted. Before he died in the Military hospital Schofield stated that he was 22 years old, and the son of Henry Scofield of Cork, Ireland

Andrew Holmes SCOTT, born 23rd November 1888, at the Imperial Hotel, Sliema, the son of Edward Holmes and Emily Isabella Scott, Colonel, late Bengal Staff Corps

Albert Edward SCOTT, baptised 20th October 1866, the son of John and Ann Scott, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment

Albert SCOTT, aged 1 year 9 months, the son of Sergeant Scott, 88th Regiment

Anne Maria SCOTT, died 27th May 1834, aged 23 days, the daughter of William and Catherine Scott, Schoolmaster, 94th Regiment

Charles SCOTT, born 22nd July 1857, the son of John and Margaret Scott, nee McINTOSH, Private

Constance Ellen Mabel SCOTT, born 23rd April 1887, the daughter of William John and Mary Emily Scott, Bandmaster, 1st Black Watch

David SCOTT, invalid from the Royal Sappers and Miners, buried 22nd January 1841

Edward Holmes SCOTT, aged 60 years, widower, Colonel, late Bengal Staff Corps, the son of Colonel Percy Scott, married 25th January 1888, to Emily Isabella SEAGER, aged 30 years, spinster, the daughter of Mark Seager

Edward Holmes SCOTT, born 24th July 1893, the son of Emily Isabella and Colonel Edward Holmes Scott, late Bengal Staff Corps

Elizabeth Ann SCOTT, baptised 19th February 1865, the daughter of Lancelot and Ann Scott, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment

E. SCOTT, Private, 88th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 4th November 1855, by Reverend Henry Hare

James Edward Montgomery SCOTT, baptised 7th October 1860, the son of James Edward and Martha Scott, Surgeon, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

James SCOTT, born in Malta about 1849, the son of H. Scott. Private, 69th South Lincolnshire Regiment, in Fulford, Yorkshire, in 1881

Jane SCOTT, died at Floriana barracks on 1st July 1850, the wife of Colour Sergeant John Scott, 44th Regiment, aged 21 years and 10 months. Died of cholera after a few hours illness, leaving a husband and infant child

Jane SCOTT, the wife of Sergeant Scott, 44th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 1st July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.

John Alfred SCOTT, aged 1 year 9 months, the son of Corporal Samuel Scott, 88th Regiment, buried 10th September 1844

Joseph SCOTT, bachelor, born Annahilt, Ireland, Corporal, Royal Artillery, married 4th January 1861 to, Amelia BAKER, spinster, born in Woolwich, Kent

Robert SCOTT, aged 30 years, bachelor, born in Birmingham, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment, married 6th November 1866 to, Sarah GROVES, aged 30 years, spinster, born in Beverley, the daughter of John and Jane Groves

Robert Francis Thomas SCOTT, died 13th December 1868 at Verdala, the infant son of Major Robert Scott, Paymaster, 87th Regiment  

Mrs. SCOTT, died 11th October 1860, the wife of Dr. Scott, Rifle Brigade, at Kalkara

Walter SCOTT, born 1st December 1869, the son of Robert and Sarah Scott, nee GROVES, Sergeant, 24th Regiment

William Talbot SCOTT, born 28th August 1867, the son of Robert and Sarah Scott, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 24th Regiment

Thomas SCRIVEN, Private, 44th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 17th July 1850, by Reverend William Hare C.F.