FLORIANA CEMETERIES

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With an increasing number of British troops on the island after September 1800 it was necessary to provide convenient sites for use as burial grounds.

Since most of the British regiments and the administration were based in and around Valletta, an area of ground above the Quarantine Bastion in Floriana was chosen.

 

Rock Gate Cemetery, Cottonera, was set up at the same time to meet the needs of personnel stationed in the Three Cities area.

 

 

As can be seen on the outline map, the Quarantine Bastion Cemetery was the largest, but there were also the Cholera Cemetery, Msida Bastion Cemetery and the Greek Orthodox Cemetery. The Quarantine Bastion Cemetery was enlarged in 1843, but was full by 1868.

 

In 1827 a visitor wrote:

 

“One evening lately in a musing mood I took a stroll to Floriana, …….. and after looking into the public garden as I passed, ……I turned my steps to the right crossing the verge of the parade and passed through the arched gateway in the hollow which leads to the English cemeteries adjoining the quarantine harbour.

 

There reposes the soldier cut off in the prime of manhood, and of youth; not the victim of war, but of climate and disease; …….Interspersed with these unfortunate supporters of our country’s glory, who have dropped unheeded into the grave, a few of their humble helpmates have found a home and a resting place; having succumbed under natural causes, or disease induced by climate, perhaps aggravated by their situation and circumstances, for even in the lowest ranks the female mind is imbued with feeling and sensibility. There too some of their progeny, nipped in the bud; or cut off whilst life’s young shoots were yet soft and green, lie scattered about.

 

Most of these humble monuments were erected by comrades of the deceased; poor fellows their regiment is their home, their comrades their relations, it forms one large family. I have had access to know that the ties of relationship are often as faithfully and feelingly fulfilled among beings thus united by chance, their lots cast in the same chequer, doomed to visit the same climate, to perform the same duty, to guard the same fortress and to fight the same enemy, as amongst those in whose veins it is acknowledged that the same blood circulates - amongst good soldiers this fine feeling generally exists; to it most of the humble monuments owe their origin, and I believe I may assert that every soldier’s grave is here bedecked with a decent headstone."

 

The earliest photograph of the Floriana Cemeteries area is dated around 1865.

 

 

After the last burials were made in 1868/1869 the cemetery became neglected, so much so that one English visitor in 1881 felt strongly enough to write to the London newspaper “The Times” when he returned to England.

 

Whether or not a decision was taken as to who would be buried where, those in Msida Bastion Cemetery tend to be the upper class civilians, and senior Army and Navy officers. However, this was not a hard and fast rule as the surviving records show. There is also some confusion caused by clergymen using imprecise names to distinguish between the cemeteries being used in this area. Msida Bastion Cemetery information can be seen in a separate file.

 

Apart from the passage of time and neglect, damage was caused by the bombing during the Second World War. However, the greatest destruction of the Quarantine Bastion Cemetery took place in 1943, when it was decided to dump all the fallen debris and masonry from Floriana and Valletta, caused by the heavy bombing raids the previous year, on this site. This rubble in-fill operation covered the whole of the Quarantine Cemetery and brought it up to road level. It was left in this state until 1948/1950 when the Ministry of Agriculture became responsible for the land, and after laying a carpet of topsoil planted a number of olive trees.

 

In March 1966 work started on the construction of the Grand Hotel Excelsior on the site of old Quarantine Bastion Cemetery, by 8th April the mature olive trees planted at the end of the 1940’s by the Ministry of Agriculture, had all been cut down, the stone gate posts and boundary wall were totally destroyed.

 

The Grand Hotel Excelsior Hotel eventually closed down and remained empty and abandoned for many years, before a new project was approved. By Easter 1993, the old Grand Hotel Excelsior building had been pulled down, and work was continuing to dig down deep through the rubble into the rock beneath to lay the foundations for a new hotel building. Construction commenced in 1995 and the new hotel grounds were extended and took in the land of the Cholera and Greek Orthodox Cemeteries.  The new five star hotel opened for business on 1st October 2007.

 

 

The gravestone on Grave No.850 in Kalkara Naval Cemetery reads:

“THIS GRAVE CONTAINS THE REMAINS OF UNKNOWN PERSONS ORIGINALLY INTERRED AT THE OLD BRITISH SERVICES CEMETERY FLORIANA DURING THE PERIOD 1801 - 1825”

 

From the dates indicated, these persons were from the oldest part of the cemetery but there is no information when these remains were removed nor their names.

 

In 1993 a team of volunteers from Din L'Art Helwa was assembled to restore the neglected and vandalized Msida Bastion Cemetery. Aid was given by the Environment and Agriculture Ministries of the Malta Government, and the British High Commission, but most of the heavy manual labour was done by retired British residents. The work was finally finished in 2000 when the site was opened to the public and re-named as a Garden of Repose.

 

With the new hotel under construction in 1996, the tomb of Lady Hankey plus some fragments of Greek gravestones from the Greek Orthodox Cemetery were taken along the road to the Msida Bastion cemetery, for preservation. 

 

 

 

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Memorials

 

Royal Artillery 1st Battery 3rd Brigade

Erected in memory of the men, women and children

 who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Gunner R. BIDDLECOME  Died 13th December 1861

Corporal J. STARKS  Died 5th January 1863

Gunner A. POOLEY Died 16th September 1864

Gunner T. CROFT  Died 23rd December 1864

Bombardier A.N. DONALDSON  Died 5th March 1865

Gunner William BROWN  Died 20th July 1865

Gunner Henry BOWLEY  Died 1st August 1865

Gunner Thomas WRIGHT  Died 6th August 1865

Gunner Samuel SEGERS  Died 14th August 1865

Gunner John WATKINS  Died 20th August 1865

Gunner Thomas DURNSIDE  Died 7th September 1865

Gunner Henry GLENN  Died 20th September 1865

Gunner Walter DANIELS  Died 18th December 1865

Gunner Charles HOONER  Died 12th August 1866

Gunner Allen ADAIR  Died 26th May 1867

 

Mrs S. POOLEY  Died 15th December 1861

G. POOLEY (infant)  Died 28th September 1861

M. DOHERTY (infant)  Died 28th September 1861

Mrs E.A. KNIGHT  Died 24th July 1862

M.J. KNIGHT (infant)  Died 29th April 1862

B. BEST, aged 27 years  Died 26th January 1862

M.E. PATCHELL, aged 18 months  Died 20th July 1863

A. WARD  Died 10th July 1863

M.A. WHITE, aged 10 months  Died 30th July 1863

E.S. CHAMPION, aged 2 months  Died 2nd August 1863

T.J. BELL, aged 7 months  Died 16th September 1864

 

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Royal Artillery

3rd Battery 3rd Brigade

Erected in memory of their comrades

who died during their tour of service August 1861 – June 1867

 

Gunner George McCULLOUGH, accidentally killed at

Fort St. Elmo 8th July 1866

Gunner SPUNNER

Corporal George HOPWOOD, aged 22, died of cholera

Gunner William WILSON, aged 24, died of cholera, 2nd September 1865

 

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Royal Artillery

5th Battery 3rd Brigade

Erected in memory of:

 

Men

C.P. LUTT  Died 28th September 1861

P. CAMPBELL  Died 28th July 1862

P. CRONIN  Died 28th October 1864

E. MILLER  Died 16th December 1864

C. CANNERT  Died 22nd July 1864

Sergeant MORGAN  Died 30th July 1865

Private J. COWARD  Died 26th October 1865

Private J. CLARK  Died 1st April 1866

Private A. WALKER  Died 7th April 1866

Private J. SPICKNELL Died 25th May 1867

 

Women

E. PERRY  Died 2nd July 1865

E. CADDY  Died 16th July 1865

C. MILLER  Died 17th February 1866

 

Children

W.C. WINTER  Died 12th December 1861

J. WINTER  Died 2nd December 1863

E. GADD  Died 3rd November 1863

M. GADD  Died 12th July 1864

G. KNIGHT  Died 18th August 1864

M.A. DAMERAL  Died 9th January 1865

A. GADD  Died 20th July 1865

L.A. GULLAND  Died 25th August 1865

E.W. LAWSON  Died 31st August 1865

A.J. WINTER  Died 9th April 1866

E. DAMERAL  Died 26th November 1866

F.M.A. MERRIT  Died 22nd June 1865

 

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Royal Artillery

6th Battery 3rd Brigade

Erected by the Battery in memory of:

 

Captain J.N.P. DADSON  Died 27th November 1864, aged 27

Gunner R. DUNCAN  Died at Corfu 6th December 1862, aged 25

Gunner J. WHITE  Died at Corfu 19th January 1863, aged 36

Gunner T. COPE  Died at Corfu 27th February 1863, aged 21

Gunner J. WHITFIELD  Died 12th July 1865, aged 37

Gunner W. HOLT  Died 17th January 1866, aged 29

Gunner J. WEIR  Died 15th November 1866, aged 37

Gunner J. MORRIS  Died 15th January 1867, aged 27

 

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Royal Artillery

7th Battery 3rd Brigade

Erected by the NCO'S, Gunners and Trumpeters

To the memory of those who died

August 1861 – August 187*

 

GRIFFITHS  Died 24th August 186*

YOWLLIE  Died 5th October 186*

Isaac WARREN, drowned at Corfu, 18th September 1863

George NICHOLL  Died 11th March 1864

 

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King's Regiment

D Company 1st Battalion 8th King's Regiment

In memory of those who died during the time

the Regiment was in Malta

 

Private John HARDY, born 23rd June 1846, died 4th August 1866

Private Edward ANDERSON, born 13th April 1832, died 29th April 1867

Private Richard THOMAS, born 21st August 1832, died 13th May 1867

 

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King's Regiment

H Company 1st Battalion 8th King's Regiment

 

Private Patrick HARVEY, died 9th September 1867, age 29

Corporal Francis SALES, died 9th October 1867, age 28

Private John PONTING, died 13th October 1867, age 32

Private John KEANE, died 10th December 1867

 

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King's Regiment

1st Battalion 8th King's Regiment

Erected in the memory of their Sergeants who died at Malta

as a token of respect

 

Orderly Room Clerk H.A. SHOVE, died 26th February 1867

Armourer Sergeant A. NOAH, died 17th June 1867

Colour Sergeant Thomas SIMMONS, died 21st August 1867

Sergeant Thomas STAINES, died 29th August 1867

Sergeant Instructor of Musketry J.R. COOPER, died 3rd November 1867

 

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East Kent Militia

Sacred to the memory of the undermentioned individuals of the

East Kent Militia who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands

between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Sergeant Henry ALLWRIGHT

Private John BRADLEY

Private James ASHDOWN

Private Henry GILL

Private James MOUNT

Private William BRADFORD

Private James HILLYER

Private John ROWCLIFFE

Private John T. WILKINS

Private William KING

Corporal Griffin CLEMENTS

Private David DAWKINS

Private Charles CLEAR

Private Frederick GRAHAM

Private Henry THOMAS

Private Stephen COOPER

Private John HOGBEN

Private Henry VALLIN

Private Henry FAGG

Private Albert SPILLETT

Private William PRIESTMAN

 

Mrs Harriet BROWN

Mrs Ann GORDON

Mrs Elizabeth CARPENTER

Mrs Susan McCONNELL

Mrs Frances HARDINGE

Mrs Mary HEWER

 

Children

George CLINTON

James CLINTON

Mary McEVOY

William BROADBRIDGE

Ellen SULLIVAN

William NEWTON

James MAGNET

Alfred RICHARDSON

William BROWN

William H. NEWTON

 

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King's Own Royal Regiment

B Company, 4th Battalion, died of cholera

 

Private Thomas BELL

Private Samuel ROOD

Private Griffin BOND

 

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Allen ADAIR, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 26th May 1867. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Walter ADAMS, the son of Gunner James Adams, Royal Artillery, aged eleven months, buried 17th August 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Thomas ALLEN, Grenadiers Company, 80th Regiment, died 27th June 1828, aged 33 years

 

Henry ALLWRIGHT, Sergeant, East Kent Militia, buried 23rd October 1855, aged 21 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Edward ANDERSON, Private, 8th King's Regiment, born 13th April 1832, died 29th April 1867. He was sailing with two other soldiers when they were driven onto rocks near Fort St. Elmo, and the boat capsized. He drowned but the other to managed to swim ashore. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, D Company, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

James ANDERSON, buried 5th September 1810, aged 41 years Sworn Broker of Valletta

 

Frederick ANDREWS, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 18 years 5 months, buried 16th September 1858, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Henry ANDREWS, Church Missionary Society, died 4th September 1826, aged 30 years

 

Mary ANSFORD, the wife of Private Charles Ansford, 57th Regiment, aged 29 years, buried 26th September 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Sarah Jane ANSFORD, the daughter of Private Ansford, 57th Regiment, aged one month, buried 16th October 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

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

 

James ASHDOWN, Private, East Kent Militia. Buried 29th September 1855, aged 35 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

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

 

AUSTIN, 95th Regiment. His inscription reads:

'Rejoice for a brother deceased,

Our loss is his infinite gain;

A soul’s out of prison released

And freed from its bodily pain.'

 

Edward BADGER, Quartermaster Sergeant, 80th Regiment, died 20th July 1923, aged 40 years

 

Hannah BADGER, the daughter of Ann and Edward Badger, died 1822, aged 9 years

 

Hannah Sophia BADGER, the daughter of Sergeant Major John Badger, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged four months, buried 24th March 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William BAGLEY, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 39 years, buried 1st June 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William BAKER, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 7th April 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

George Robert BALL, the son of Louisa and Gunner George Ball, Royal Artillery, buried 21st July 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Graham Alexander BALNEAVIS, the son of Lieut-Colonel Henry Balneavis, died 23rd May 1829 (?), aged 7 weeks

 

Henry BAMHANT, Private, 2nd Battalion, 1st Royals, aged 19 years, buried 25th May 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

George BARNETT, Private, Bandsman, 69th Regiment, died 22nd September 1848, aged 29 years 2 months

 

Henry BARNETT, Colour Sergeant, 10th Regiment, died 28th December 1820, aged 34 years

 

George BARR, Private, 41st Regiment, died 23rd December 1853, aged 26 years He was killed when he fell off the Ponsonby Bastion, at Marsamuscetto

 

Alexander BARRON, Gunner, 6th Battalion, Royal Artillery

 

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

 

Rebecca Anne BATEMAN, the daughter of Private Bateman, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged one year, buried 24th October 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

George BATES, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 29th September 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

James BAWNE

 

Arthur BAYNES, Assistant Commissary General, buried 18th October 1803. His monument was later moved from Quarantine Bastion cemetery to the Upper Barracca Gardens.

 

Charles Heard BEAGUE, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, died 12th May 1827. He left a widow and son

 

Frederick Woodford BELL, the son of Major Bell, died 30th November 1828, aged 2 months

 

Henry Hamilton BELL, died 24th March 1810, due to a fall from his horse

 

T.J. BELL, died 16th September 1864, aged seven months. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Thomas BELL, Private, 4th King's Own Royal Regiment, died of cholera. Remembered on the King's Own Royal Regiment, B Company, 4th Battalion, memorial

 

William BELL, Private, 14th Regiment, aged 26 years 7 months, buried 14th July 1857, by Reverend J. D'Arcy W. Preston AsstCF

 

William Henry BELL, of London, died 1810

 

Charlotte BERRY, the daughter of Sergeant Berry, 14th Regiment, aged seven months, buried 7th July 1858, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

B. BEST, died 26th January 1862, aged 27 years. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Elizabeth BEST, the daughter of Gunner W Best, Royal Artillery, aged two years, buried 28th January 1862, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

William BEVERIDGE, Infirmary Warder, Military Prison, aged 23 years, buried 17th July 1861, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

William Joseph BICKERTON, the son of Colour Sergeant W. Bickerton, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged eight months, buried 10th August 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Richard BIDDLECOMBE, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years, buried 4th December 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Jess BIRKEY, the wife of Hodgson G. Birkey, died 19th January 18**, aged 30 years

 

Robert BISHOP, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 22nd November 1861, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

George BLAKE, Gunner and Driver, 3rd Battalion, Royal Artillery, died 20th July 1853, aged 30 years

 

Reverend Bezalfeld BLOMFIELD, Missionary, London Missionary Society, died 6th July 1813, aged 30 years

 

William BLOOMER, the son of Mary and Sergeant W Bloomer, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged eleven months eight days, buried 27th January 1862, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

John BLUNDELL, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 23rd December 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William BOGLE, Private, Brevet Major Addison's Company, Royal Artillery, died 4th October 1823, aged 29 (33) years

 

Charles BOLWELL, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 20 years, buried 31st March 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Griffin BOND, Private, 4th King's Own Royal Regiment, died of cholera. Remembered on the King's Own Royal Regiment, B Company, 4th Battalion, memorial

 

Maria BOUVERIE, the daughter of Frances Harriet and B.G. Bouverie, buried 22nd June 1810, aged eight months

 

Henry BOWLEY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 1st August 1865. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Mary Ann BRADFORD, the wife of Gunner Thomas Bradford, Royal Artillery, buried 4th August 1850, aged 32 years

 

William BRADFORD, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 31st October 1855, aged 22 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

BRADLEY, the son of Sergeant Bradley, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 3 days, buried 16th December 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John BRADLEY, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 12th May 1855, aged 19 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Elizabeth BRADSHAW, the wife of Private Bradshaw, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 25th October 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

George BREACH, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 25th November 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Andrew BRENKEY, Private, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 19 years, buried 25th February 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Joseph BRETT, Sergeant, 28th Regiment, aged 35 years, buried 21st November 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Margaret BREW, the daughter of Sergeant G Brew, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged five months, buried 4th April 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John BRIEN, the son of Eileen and John Brien, 44th Regiment, died 28th May 1850, aged 3 months 11 days

 

William BROADBRIDGE, aged 3 years 6 months, the son of Frederick Broadbridge, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 4th September 1855. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Kezia BROCK, died 13th August 1865, the wife of Walter Brock, aged 33 years, from cholera

 

Louisa BROCK, died 14th August 1865, aged 7 years 11 months, from cholera

 

Walter BROCK

 

William George BROCK, died 11th August 1865, aged 4 years, from cholera

 

William BROME, Brevet Major, 10th Regiment, died 24th June 1819, aged 41 years

 

Mary BROOKER, the wife of Sergeant J.A. Brooker, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 30th August 1867, aged 25 years

 

Thomas John BROOKER, the son of Mary and Sergeant J.A. Brooker, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 8th November 1867, aged six months

 

Elizabeth BROOKS, the wife of Captain Joseph Brooks, of the ship Nancy of London, died 11th October 1821, aged 32 years

 

John BROOKS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years, buried 20th June 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William BROOKS, of North Yarmouth, Master of the brig Neptune of London, died 25th February 1810, aged 29 years

 

William BROOKS, 2nd Battalion, 4th King's Own Royal Regiment, died of cholera, 16th September 1865, aged 26 years

 

Charles BROWN, the son of Sergeant Charles Brown, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged eight months, buried 21st February 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Mrs Harriet BROWN, East Kent Militia, buried 6th December 1855, aged 22 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

James BROWN, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 2nd June 1857, by Reverend J. D'Arcy W. Preston AsstCF

 

Jonathan BROWN, Merchant in Malta, died 13th June 1814, aged 51 years

 

Sibellah BROWN, born 12th March 1809, died 16th April 1809

 

William BROWN, the son of Gwen and George Brown, Royal Artillery, died 16th October 1809, aged 5 years 7 months

 

William BROWN, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 20th July 1865. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

William BROWN, child, East Kent Militia. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

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

 

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

 

Alexander BRUCE, the son of Alexander Bruce, Army Agent London, buried 9th June 1812

 

Alexander BRUCE, the son of John Bruce, Gunner Royal Artillery, died 15th June 1841, aged 3 years 9 months

 

William BUCKETT, buried 9th February 1813

 

John BUGBY, Sergeant, 48th Regiment, aged 36 years, buried 27th January 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Elizabeth BULLIVANT, the daughter of Thomas Bullivant, Hospital Sergeant, 36th Regiment, died November 1840, aged seven months

 

Henry John BURCHETT, the son of Sergeant H. Burchett, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 10 months, buried 8th June 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

James BURGESS, 1782, Private, 57th Regiment, aged 24 years, died 19th September 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF. He was 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

On the same gravestone Michael Sheridan and James Forsyth

 

Margaret BURNETT, the wife of James Burnett, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, died 6th January 1848, aged 27 years

 

Maria BURNS, the daughter of Gunner Burns, Royal Artillery, aged eight days, buried 16th July 1859, Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Mary Jane BURNS, the daughter of John Burns, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 9 days, buried 15th January 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Henry BURTON, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 31 years, buried 4th September 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

John BYERLEY, died 3rd March 1811, aged 24 years

 

Mrs E. CADDY, Royal Artillery, died 16th July 1865. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

William CALVERT, Sergeant, 69th Regiment, buried 2nd March 1849, aged 30 years

 

James CAMERON, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 21st October 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

P. CAMPBELL, Royal Artillery, died 28th July 1862. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Robert Bell CAMPBELL, Captain, HMS Trident, died 13th September 1808

 

William James CAMPBELL, the son of Gunner Campbell, Royal Artillery, aged 8 months, buried 7th June 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

C. CANNERT, Royal Artillery, died 22nd July 1864. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Elizabeth CARPENTER, East Kent Militia, died 6th October 1855, aged 36 years 6 months. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

William CARR, Sergeant, 85th King's Light Infantry, died 19th July 1825, aged 41 years. His inscription reads:

'To God I made my humble moan,

With trouble quite oppressed,

And he relieved me from my straits,

And granted my request;

Since therefore God did on my side

So graciously appear,

Why should the vain attempts of man

Possess my soul with fear ?'

 

William CARRISS, the son of Private Carriss, 14th Regiment, aged 4 months, buried 13th August 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

William CARROLL, Sergeant, 69th Regiment, died 19th October 1848

 

Charles CARTER, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 26th December 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

George CARVER, Gunner and Driver, 3rd Battalion, Royal Artillery

 

James CAVAN, the son of Sergeant Cavan, 44th Regiment, died of smallpox, 4th August 1808, aged 5 years 1 month

 

Alfred F CAVE, the son of Sergeant Major Cave, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, buried 25th October 1859, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

John CHADWICK, Private, Light Company, 36th Regiment, died February 1818

 

Marion CHALMERS, the daughter of Sergeant Chalmers, 21st Regiment, buried 13th August 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

E.S. CHAMPION, died 2nd August 1863, aged two months. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

John CHARLES, Lieutenant, 36th Regiment, died 31st July 1819, aged 34 years

 

J. CLARK, Private, Royal Artillery, died 1st April 1866. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Alfred CLARKE, 68th Light Infantry, aged 24 years 9 months, buried 26th April 1852

 

Charles CLEAR, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 19th September 1855, aged 35 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Fanny CLEMENTS, the daughter of Bugle Major Clements, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged one year, buried 30th November 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

George Thomas CLEMENTS, the son of Bugle Major Clements, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged seven months, buried 16th August 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Griffin CLEMENTS, Corporal, East Kent Militia, buried 8th March 1856, aged 21 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

William CLEMENTS, Private, 2nd Battalion 23rd Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 17th November 1859

 

George CLINTON, child, East Kent Militia, aged 7 years 10 months, the son of George Clinton. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

James CLINTON, child, East Kent Militia, aged 3 months, the son of George Clinton. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

William COLES, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 19 years six months, buried 14th December 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Anne COLLINS, the wife of Private Robert Collins, 92nd Highlanders, died 10th November 1839, aged 28 years

 

Henry COLLINS, the son of William Collins, Sergeant, 85th Regiment, died 22nd December 1821, aged 1 year 10 months

 

John COLLINS, the infant son of Ann and Private Robert Collins, 92nd Highlanders, buried 18th September 1838, aged 3 years

 

Martha Breacher COLLINS, the daughter of Eliza Ann Collins, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment

 

Patrick COLLINS, Sergeant, 44th Regiment, died 18th January 1812, aged 37 years

 

William COLLINS, infant son of Quartermaster Sergeant Collins, 85th Regiment, died 14th October 1824

 

John COOMBS, Master of the barque Mary Ellen of Belfast. Died 23rd November 1854

 

J.R. COOPER, Sergeant Instructor of Musketry, 8th King's Regiment, died 3rd November 1867. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

Stephen COOPER, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 12th December 1855, aged 18 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

T. COPE, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died at Corfu, 27th February 1863, aged 21 years. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 6th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Samuel COPPRIGAN, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 11th September 1861, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

John CORBETT, Private, Captain Nunn's Company, 80th Regiment, died November 1828, aged 22 years. His inscription reads:

'Every tear is wiped away,

Sighs no more shall heave his breast,

Night is lost in endless day,

Sorrow in eternal rest.'

 

William COTTON, Private, 48th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 22nd February 1857, by Reverend J. D'Arcy W. Preston, Assistant CF

 

J. COWARD, Private, Royal Artillery, died 26th October 1865. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Richard COX, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 21 years 6 months, buried 3rd December 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Robert CRANFIELD. His inscription reads:

'Death’s shafts fly quick oh you be wise,

Here Robert Cranfield lowly lies,

Cut off when manhood did first appear,

Just ending his twenty second year.

Here young and old together lie

Pause traveller as thou passest by,

Glance but your eye on all around

Many instances will here be found

Of them laid in an untimely grave

Whom Gallen’s sons strove in vain to save!'

 

John CREW, the son of Private Crew, 14th Regiment, aged eighteen months, buried 7th August 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Richard Moore CRITCHELL, died 29th July 1824, aged 55 years

 

T. CROFT, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 23rd December 1864. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Thomas CROFT, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, aged 29 years, buried 10th January 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

P. CRONIN, Royal Artillery, died 28th October 1864. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

James CRONSHAW, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 11th September 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

James CROUCH, Colour Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 35 years 8 months, buried 18th December 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Anne Foster CROWLEY, the daughter of Sergeant Crowley, 28th Regiment, aged three years, buried 5th October 1847, by Reverend J. D'Arcy W. Preston AsstCF

 

Sarah Elizabeth CULLEN, the daughter of Ann and James Cullen, Gunner, 8th Battery, Royal Artillery, died 16th April 1847, aged 1 year 5 months

 

Frederick William CUNNINGHAM, the son of Kate and Gunner Frederick Cunningham, Royal Artillery, aged fourteen months, died 7th July 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Sarah CURRAN, the daughter of Gunner and Driver Curran, RoyalArtillery, aged ten months, buried 31st July 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William CURTIS, 8th Regiment, died on the island of Calamos, 29th December 1822, aged 23 years

 

J.N.P. DADSON, Captain, Royal Artillery, died 25th November 1864, aged 27 years. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 6th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

E. DAMERAL, child, Royal Artillery, died 26th November 1866. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Mary Ann DAMERAL, the daughter of J. Dameral, Royal Artillery, died 9th January 1865. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Walter DANIELS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 18th December 1865. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Ellen DARMINGTON, the wife of Private George Darmington, 80th Regiment, died 15th March 1823, aged 33 years

 

George DARMINGTON, Private, 80th Regiment, died 28th March 1828, aged 39 years

 

Mary DAVIS, the daughter of Seaman Davis, HMS Trident, buried 7th October 1812, aged 2 years 2 months

 

David DAWKINS, Private, East Kent Militia. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Annie DAWSON, the daughter of Sergeant William Dawson, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged one year seven months, buried 8th August 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Reverend Theophilus Christopher DEININGEN, Missionary, from Wurtemburg, Germany, died 22nd April 1824, aged 25 years

 

George DEMARY, Sergeant, 28th Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 29th November 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

John DENNIS, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 3rd September 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Matthew DENNIS, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 10th February 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Sarah Eliza DEXTER, the daughter of Private Dexter, 57th Regiment, aged 48 days, buried 16th October 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

John DODD, Private, 80th Regiment, buried 15th September 1823, aged 24 years. His inscription reads:

'How frail our bliss on life’s uncertain coast,

How vain our trust in all beneath the pole,

From care to care with friendliness anguish toast,

Till in the eternal boundless sea, we roll.'

 

M. DOHERTY, infant, died 28th September 1861. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

A.N. DONALDSON, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, died 4th March 1865. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Mary Jane DONALDSON, the daughter of Sergeant Donaldson, Royal Artillery, aged nine months, buried 14th October 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Edward DOWNEY, the son of Sergeant Major Edward Downey, 47th Regiment, buried 27th February 1857, by Reverend J. D'Arcy W. Preston Assistant CF

 

William R. DU FROCQ, Master of the brig Lightning of Guernsey, buried 8th October 1851

 

William M. DUFF, Armourer Sergeant, 44th Regiment, died 17th October 1848, aged 32 years

 

R. DUNCAN, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died at Corfu, 6th December 1862, aged 25 years. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 6th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Thomas DURNSIDE, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 7th September 1865 Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Joseph Hamilton DWYER, Surgeon, 14th Regiment, died on board the P&O Steamer Colombo, two days before arriving in Malta. He was buried on 13th July 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Charles EAST, the son of Susannah and Henry East, 28th Regiment, aged two months, buried 11th June 1857, Floriana, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

George EARLLEM, Sergeant, 95th Regiment, buried 9th June 1824, aged 31 years

 

Edward EVANS, died 7th October 1822, aged 26 years. The brother of Private John Evans, 80th Regiment

 

John EVANS, Private, 80th Regiment, died 24th August 1824. The brother of Edward Evans. His inscription reads:

'Why do you mourn departing friends

Or sink at death’s alarms?

‘Tis but the voice which Jesus sends

To call us to our friends.

Why should we trouble to convey

Their bodies to the tombs,

There the dear flesh of Jesus lay,

And left a sweet perfume.'

 

Henry FAGG, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 22nd February 1856, aged 22 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Elizabeth FARRELL, the daughter of Sergeant Farrell, 28th Regiment, aged five years four months, buried 20th November 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Eliza FEARON, the wife of Major Fearon, 31st Regiment, died 18th December 1816, aged 36 years

 

James FEAST, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 26 years, buried 4th October 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William Godfrey FEATHERSTONE, the son of Sergeant Edward Featherstone, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, died 7th April 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Benjamin FENTON

 

Ella FERGUSSON, the daughter of W. Fergusson, Surgeon, Royal Engineers, died 24th December 1866, aged one year seven months

 

Henry FIGG, Private, 14th Regiment, aged 38 years, died 6th August 1857, by Reverend J. D'Arcy W. Preston AsstCF

 

James FISHER, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 15th January 1862, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF         

 

Sarah FISHER, the wife of Sergeant William Fisher, 80th Regiment, died 30th September 1822, aged 22 years

 

Margaret FLEMING, the daughter of Anne and Sergeant Thomas Fleming, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, died 3rd June 1828, aged 4 years

 

Margaret FLINT, the wife of Gunner W Flint, Royal Artillery, aged 39 years, buried 14th January 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

William FLINT, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 23rd September 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Andrew FORBES, the son of Sergeant Forbes, died 23rd December 1824, aged eleven months

 

James FORBES, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 8th January 1823, aged 32 years

 

James FORSYTH, Private, 57th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 3rd August 1857, by Reverend J. D'Arcy W. Preston AsstCF. Served in the Crimea. On the same gravestone as James Burgess and Michael Sheridan

 

S. FOUNTAIN, Corporal, 29th Regiment, died 4th April 1867, aged 31 years

 

Edward FOX, the son of Sergeant Charles Fox, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged one month, buried 23rd December 1859, by Reverend William Hare CF

 

Michael FRANCIS, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 24th November 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Sarah FRAYNE, the infant daughter of Elizabeth and William Frayne, buried 19th November 1811

 

Daniel FRAZER, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 18th October 1859, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

James FRAZER, 23rd Regiment, died 23rd August 1859, aged 20 years

 

John FRENCH, Mate of the barque Ariel of Sunderland, died 16th March 1844, aged 41 years

 

Benjamin FROST, Private, 80th Regiment, died September 1822. His inscription reads:

'Vital spark of heavenly flame,

Quit, o quit this mortal frame.

Trembling, hoping, lingering, flying.

Oh the pain the bliss of dying;

Cease fond nature, cease they strife,

And let me languish into life.'

 

Amos FROWER, Private, 1st Battalion, 8th King's Regiment, died 13th January 1867, aged 27 years 5 months

 

Mary Ann FRY, the daughter of Catherine and William Fry, 62nd Regiment, buried 21st March 1854, aged 8 months

 

Thomas FYERS, died of consumption, on 11th October 1815, aged 49 years. Deputy Paymaster General

 

A. GADD, child, Royal Artillery, died 20th July 1865. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

E. GADD, child, Royal Artillery, died 3rd November 1863. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

M. GADD, child, Royal Artillery, died 12th July 1864. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Stephen Henry GAISFORD, the second son of Surgeon Gaisford, Royal Artillery, died 24th November 1819, aged 3 years 3 weeks 1 day

 

Caroline Gore GAMBIER, the daughter of Captain Robert Gambier, Royal Navy, and daughter of Lieut-General Gore Brown, Colonel 44th Regiment, died 19th March 1827, aged 31 years

 

John GAMBRILL, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 27 years, buried 8th August 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Stephen GARRETT, Trumpeter, Royal Artillery, aged 18 years, buried 3rd August 1858, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Stephen GEORGE, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 23rd October 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Edward GIESON (?) Private, 22nd Regiment, died 8th June 1864, aged 23 years 9 months

 

William James GIBSON, the son of Gunner John Gibson, Royal Artillery, aged one year, buried 9th February 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Henry GILL, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 22nd September 1855, aged 19 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Anna GIMBER, the wife of Major Joseph Gimber, died 19th January 1863

 

Clayton GLADHILL, the son of a soldier in the 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged two years, buried 12th August 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Emily Jane GLADWIN, the daughter of Sergeant H.J. Gladwin, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged one year five months, buried 15th September 1861, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Henry GLENN, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 20th September 1865. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Henry GLOVER, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, buried 29th September 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Agnes Anne GOODSON, the wife of Gunner Goodson, Royal Artillery, aged 23 years, buried 28th October 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Elizabeth GOODWIN, the daughter of Corporal James Goodwin, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, buried 30th June 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Mrs Ann GORDON, East Kent Militia, the wife of Private Henry Gordon, buried 9th May 1856. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Hesse Maxwell GORDON, Ensign, 85th Regiment, died 10th November 1821, aged 17 years

 

Thomas GOSLING, Lance Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 19 years, died 10th October 1859, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Edward GOUGH, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 16th November 1861, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Frederick GRAHAM, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 28th September 1855, aged 23 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

John GRAY, Sergeant, 44th Regiment

 

Mary GREEN, the widow of J.A. Green, a tailor in Valletta, buried 8th December 1810

 

Thomas GREGORY, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 23 years, buried 14th April 1862, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Thomas GRIBBLE, Private, Bandsman, 2nd Battalion, 8th King's Regiment, died 18th January 1866, aged 19 years 11 months He drowned off Fort St Elmo, when his small skiff overturned With him was Private Thomas Lovell who also drowned

 

GROVE, the son of Captain Grove, aged 8 months

 

L.A. GULLAND, child, Royal Artillery, died 25th August 1865. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Charles Thomas HADEN MD, of London, died January 182*, aged 58 years

 

George HAIRFORD, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 14th November 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Frank HALLIDAY, Corporal

 

John HAMILTON, Private, 21st Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 8th February 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Lady HANKEY, nee Catherine VARLAMO, the wife of Sir Frederick Hankey. She died on 26th May 1835, and was buried in the Greek Orthodox cemetery

 

Mrs Frances HARDINGE, the wife of Schoolmaster Hardinge, East Kent Militia, buried 1st December 1855, aged 28 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Elizabeth Anne HARDMAN, the daughter of Private Hardman, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged six months, buried 26th June 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Henry HARDY, Gunner and Driver, 3rd Battalion, Royal Artillery, buried 19th July 1853, aged 33 years

 

John HARDY, Private, 8th King's Regiment, born 23rd June 1846, died 4th August 1866. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, D Company, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

Victorine HARDY, nee Delahaye, the wife of Private Samuel Hardy, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, died 21st July 1826, aged 32 years.

A neat quadrangular monument surmounted by a dove, the emblem of peace and innocence, with these inscriptions:

On the right hand side:

'Grace toute divine, ineffable bonte

Qui m’appelle au sejour de l’immortalite,

Dans la nuit de l’erreur naguere ensevelie,

Je tiens en mes mains, le flambeau de la vie. '    

'On the left hand side:

Amazing Grace how sweet the sound

That calls a wretch like me

I once was lost but now am found

Was blind but now I see.'

 

Florence Matilda HARMAR, the daughter of Bombardier Harmar, Royal Artillery, died August 1866, aged 3 years

 

W.C. HARPUR, the son of Major Harpur, 80th Regiment, died 29th September 1822, aged 10 months

 

Benjamin HARRIS, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 24th December 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Isaac HARRIS, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 16th January 1861, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Francis HARRISON, buried 29th April 1813, aged 31 years Merchant in Valletta

 

Patrick HARVEY, Private, 8th King's Regiment, died 9th September 1867, aged 29 years. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, H Company, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

John HASKINS, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery

 

Thomas HAWKINS, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Regiment, buried 6th September 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

James HAZLEWOOD, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 14th December 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William Thomas HEARD, the son of Private Thomas Heard, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, buried 24th June 1858, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Joseph Nute HEATH, the son of Colour Sergeant Heath, 14th Regiment, aged one day, buried 24th May 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Elizabeth HEATON, the daughter of Thomas Heaton, Royal Artillery, buried 11th October 1842, aged one year ten months

 

Samuel HELDITCH, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 1st January 1862, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

John Henry HENDERSON, the son of a soldier in the 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged five days, buried 25th October 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

William HENSHAW, the son of Private William Henshaw, 85th Regiment, King's Light Infantry, died 10th March 1825, aged three years

 

Charles Richard HERD, the son of Sergeant George Herd, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 2nd August 1841, aged 19 months

 

Jane HERD, the wife of Sergeant George Herd, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, died 27th May 1842, aged 25 years

 

Mary HEWER, the wife of Paymaster Sergeant William Hewer, East Kent Militia, died 5th December 1855, aged 47 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Alfred HILL, the son of Master Gunner William Hill, Royal Artillery, aged seven months, buried 26th March 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Charles HILL, the son of Master Gunner William Hill, Royal Artillery, aged eight months, buried 16th February 1862, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

James HILLYER, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 9th October 1855, aged 26 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Robert HODGE, Colour Sergeant, 95th Regiment, buried 27th July 1828, aged 32 years

 

Mark HODGSON, Paymaster, 8th Regiment

 

John HOGBEN, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 7th November 1855, aged 27 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Mary HOGGINS, the wife of Charles Hoggins, Sergeant Major, 80th Regiment, died 28th September 1822, aged 36 years

 

William HOLDCROFT, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 26 years, died 14th August 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF. He was stationed in Fort Manoel and fell from the Lazaretto fracturing his skull on the 5th and died in hospital

 

Jane HOLMES, the daughter of Private Holmes, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged two months two weeks, buried 22nd November 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Joseph HOLMES, Private, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, buried 28th March 1849, aged 50 years 11 months

 

Mary Anne HOLMES, the daughter of Private Holmes, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged two months two weeks, buried 22nd November 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

W. HOLT, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 17th January 1866, aged 29 years. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 6th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Charles HOONER, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 12th August 1866. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

George HOPWOOD, Corporal, Royal Artillery, died of cholera, aged 22 years. Remembered on the Royal Artillery 3rd Battery 3rd Brigade memorial in memory of their comrades who died during their tour of service August 1861 – June 1867

 

Joseph HORTON, Gunner and Driver, 8th Battalion, Royal Artillery, died 17th October 1848, aged 28 years

 

David HOWE, Schoolmaster, died 24th July 1826, aged 49 years

 

William HOWE, Corporal, 69th Regiment, died 8th August 1850, aged 21 years

 

Benjamin HUGHES, Seaman, died 31st May 1810, aged about 22 years He fell from the masthead and was killed on board the merchant vessel Admiral Saumarez

 

Thomas HULEN, Lance Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 29th August 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Thomas HUNTER, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 24 years, died 18th December 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John HURST, Private, 21st Regiment, aged 21 years 10 months, buried 8th October 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

James HYDE, the son of Sergeant John Hyde, 14th Regiment, aged 3 days, buried 18th October 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Joseph HYDE, the son of Sergeant John Hyde, 14th Regiment, aged one year seven months, buried 4th November 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Emily IMBER, the daughter of Sergeant Imber, 1st Battalion, 14th Regiment, aged eleven months, buried 16th August 1858, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Thomas Alexander JACKSON, the son of James Jackson, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, buried 22nd August 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William JACKSON, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 22 years, buried 22nd October 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Isaac JAMES, Assistant Surgeon to the Forces, late 7th Regiment, died 19th July 1825, aged 33 years

 

Thomas JAMESON, the son of Sergeant John Jameson, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 6th August 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John JARVIS, Musician, 80th Regiment, died 29th September 1824, aged 26 years

 

Charles Edward JEFFCOCK, Lieutenant, 37th Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 7th April 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Robert JEFFERYS, Military Clerk, A.A.G.'s Office, died 19th October 1867, aged 36 years

 

Mary Matilda JEFFREYS, died 15th September 1863

 

Elizabeth JENKINS, the daughter of John Jenkins, 95th Regiment, buried 28th September 1825, aged one year

 

Algernon JENNINGS, the son of Private Jennings, 1st Battalion, 21st Regiment, aged eleven months, buried 28th July 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John JEREMIE, Advocate at the Royal Court of Guernsey Died 17th March 1820, aged 36 years

 

James JERVIS, Private, Grenadier Company, 2nd Battalion, 69th Regiment, died 30th July 1848, aged 35 years

 

Eliza Ann JOHNSON (?), the daughter of Charlotte and William Johnson, died 25th March 1864, aged 1 year 5 months

 

Margaret Skens McLean JOHNSTONE, the wife of Charles Johnstone, died 16th October 1817, aged 33 years

 

Stephen Edwin JOINT (?), the son of Sergeant John Joint, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, died July 1865

 

Robert JONES, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 25th May 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Samuel JONES, Private, 28th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 20th August 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John KEANE, Private, 8th King's Regiment, died 10th December 1867. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, H Company, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

C.W. KEATING, Lieutenant, 24th Regiment, died 12th March 1854. He left a widow

 

Margaret KELLY, the daughter of Sergeant William Baston Kelly, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged five years, buried 3rd July 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Henry KENNEDY, Private, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 14th September 1858, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

William John KENNY, the son of Paymaster's Clerk Kenny, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged seven months, buried 16th October 1859, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Mr KERR, a passenger from London died on board ship on 11th December 1812, and buried the next day

 

Robert KERR, of Bayswater, London, died 5th December 1853, aged 36 years

 

KERRY, 80th Regiment. His inscription reads:

'Where shall rest be found

Rest for the weary soul

‘Twere vain the ocean depths to sound,

Or pierce to either pole.

The world can never give

The bliss for which we sigh,

It is not all of life to live,

Nor all of death to die.'

 

Henry KETTLE, Gunner and Driver, 3rd Battalion, Royal Artillery, buried 10th February 1849, aged 22 years

 

William KILPATRICK, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 2nd November 1808, aged 27 years

 

John KIMBERLEY, buried 17th September 1826, aged 42 years

 

Henry KING, Captain, 21st Regiment, aged 28 years, buried 30th March 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF. He drowned off Fort Ricasoli

 

Mary Anne KING, the daughter of Gunner and Driver King, Royal Artillery, aged three months, buried 27th September 1858, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Richardson KING, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, 3rd Battalion, Royal Artillery, buried 6th July 1853, aged 24 years

 

William KING, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 9th February 1856, aged 21 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Thomas KINSEY, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, died 2nd November 1862

 

Frederick KNAPP, 2nd Battalion, 1st Royals, aged 37 years, buried 24th April 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Mrs E.A. KNIGHT, died 24th July 1862. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

G. KNIGHT, child, Royal Artillery, died 18th August 1864. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

M.J. KNIGHT, infant, died 29th April 1862 Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

George KNOWLES, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 36 years, buried 18th May 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Samuel LACKEY, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 36 years, buried 25th February 1857, by Reverend J. D'Arcy W. Preston, Assistant CF

 

Alexander George LAING, the son of Emily and the Reverend Francis Laing, died 5th June 1810, aged 1 year 3 months

 

Emily LAING, the wife of the Reverend Francis Laing, died 17th September 1813, in childbirth

 

William LAIRD, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 26 years 11 months, buried 31st December 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Charles LAMB, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 14th March 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Elizabeth LAMB, the daughter of Sergeant Alexander Lamb, Royal Artillery, aged 16 days, buried 24th February 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Edward LANE, Private 14th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 7th May 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Thomas LAWRENCE, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 38 years, died 19th March 1861, by Reverend Edwin Smith

 

Joseph LAWS, Private, 95th Regiment, died 12th January 1825

 

E.W. LAWSON, child, Royal Artillery, died 31st August 1865. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Elizabeth LEE, the daughter of Private John Lee, 68th Light Infantry, died 10th December 1851

 

James LEE, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 19th September 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Elizabeth LEPPERD, the wife of Sergeant Major Lepperd, 84th Regiment, died 16th July 1866, aged 29 years

 

William LESLIE, buried 9th September 1826, aged 32 years

 

Robert LEWIS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 23 years, buried 14th June 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William George LEWIS, the son of Mary and Gunner William Lewis, Royal artillery, died 23rd October 1841, aged 1 year 5 months

 

George LINDLEY, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 30 years, buried 11th February 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Daniel LOYD, Carpenter, HMS Resistance, died 22nd May 1813, aged 36 years

 

Meyricke LLOYD, Midshipman of HMS Sirius, wounded in action and died 1806. Buried 14th May 1806

 

Alfred Parry LOCKER, the son of Jane and John Locker, died 14th July 1825, aged 4 years 3 months

 

Jane Lucy LOCKER, the daughter of Jane and John Locker, died 7th June 1810, aged about six weeks

 

Sophia Decima LOCKER, the daughter of Jane and John Locker, died 1st August 1828, aged 2 years 4 months

 

Jeremiah LODGE, Private, 85th Regiment, King's Light Infantry, buried 1st December 1826, aged 31 years

 

George LONGLEY, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 25 years 7 months, buried 5th October 1857, by Reverend J. D'Arcy W. Preston AsstCF

 

John LOUGHLIN, Grenadier Company, 44th Regiment, died 6th September 1848, aged 21 years

 

Edward LOVATT, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 20 years, buried 8th August 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Isaac LOVEGROVE, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 5th January 1862, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Philip LOVEJOY, Private, 95th Regiment, died 16th August 1827, aged 21 years

 

Thomas LOVELL, Private, Bandsman, 2nd Battalion, 8th King's Regiment, died 18th January 1866, aged 21 years He drowned off Fort St Elmo, when his small skiff overturned With him was Private Thomas Gribble His body was never recovered, so he is remembered on the headstone of Thomas Gribble

 

Thomas Richard LUCKES, Master of the schooner Amyntas, died 24th June 1857

 

Thomas LUDGATE, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, who was murdered in Floriana Barracks on 16th August 1864

 

William LUKE, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 29 years 5 months, buried 25th September 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Frederick LUMSDEN, the son of Quartermaster Lumsden, 28th Regiment, aged 16 days, buried 18th April 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

C.P. LUTT, Royal Artillery, died 28th September 1861. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial eHeHbbbb

 

McCAULEY, child of Ellen and Sergeant A. McCauley, died July 1862, aged 2 years 9 months

 

Sarah McCAULEY, the daughter of Ellen and Sergeant A. McCauley, aged 5 months

 

Mrs Susan McCONNELL, East Kent Militia. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

George McCULLOUGH, Gunner, Royal Artillery, accidentally killed at Fort St Elmo, 8th July 1866. Remembered on the Royal Artillery 3rd Battery 3rd Brigade memorial in memory of their comrades who died during their tour of service August 1861 – June 1867

 

Maria McDONALD, the daughter of Quartermaster Sergeant Charles McDonald, Royal Artillery, aged four months, buried 21st November 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Hugh MacDOUGAL, Lieutenant, Quartermaster, 80th Regiment, died 19th November 1821, aged 36 years

 

Alexander David MacDOWALL, the son of Barbara and David Keay McDowall, died 12th June 1820, aged eleven months

 

Mary McEVOY, child, East Kent Militia. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Florence McGARRY, the daughter of Corporal McGarry, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged two months, buried 13th March 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Elizabeth McGEE, the daughter of Gunner Malcolm McGee, Royal Artillery, aged one year, buried 17th October 1859, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

George McKEAVER, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 15th December 1845, aged 25 years

 

Joseph McKEAVER, the son of Mary and George McKeaver, Gunner, Royal Artillery,

 

William McKEAVER, the son of Mary and George McKeaver, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 10th July 1842, aged 1 year 10 months

 

John McKENZIE, died at Calcara, 25th July 1820, aged 60 years

 

John McKENZIE, Private, 14th Regiment, aged 30 years, buried 8th January 1858, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Mary Parkes MACKEY, the daughter of Sergeant Major Mackey, died 1856 (?)

 

William McLEAN, died 28th October 1852, aged 26 years. Master of the English brig Alexander Wise of Ayr

 

Mary Jane McNAUGHT, the daughter of Private George McNaught, 54th Regiment, buried 27th September 1847, aged 4 years 10 months

 

John McNEIL, Major, 18th Royal Irish Regiment, died 31st July 1823, aged 43 years

 

George MADDEN, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 27 years, buried 3rd November 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Sarah Jane MADDEN, the daughter of Gunner Madden, Royal Artillery, aged eight months, buried 18th October 1858, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

James MAGNET, the son of Quartermaster Sergeant James Magnet, East Kent Militia, buried 26th July 1855, aged one year. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

George MAGSON, Private, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, died 7th September 1853, aged 37 years 6 months

 

James MAISEY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 26 years, buried 5th December 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Robert W.H. MAITLAND, Midshipman, HMS Penelope, the youngest son of the late Hon. Captain Maitland, Royal Navy Born 27th January 1783, died 2nd July 1801, aged 18 years

 

Thomas MANSFIELD, Sergeant, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, buried 7th October 1854, aged 32 years

 

George MARKS, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 1st August 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Charles MARSHALL, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 10th July 1861, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

John MARTIN, 4th Battery, 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery

 

Elizabeth MATHISON, the wife of Gunner Mathison, Royal Artillery, died 22nd July 1827, aged 32 years

 

John William MATHISON, the son of Elizabeth and Gunner Mathison, Royal Artillery, died 27th July 1827, aged ten months

 

Mary Coward MATTHEWS, the daughter of Private Charles Matthews, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 26th October 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Mathew MATTISON, Private, 80th Regiment, died 23rd October 1822, aged 38 years. His inscription reads:

'The King of Kings a warrant sealed

And sent it out by death,

And charged him to serve the same

Upon my feeble breath.'

 

George MAXWELL, infant son, died 29th October 1827

 

Edwin MEEK, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 21st December 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John MEGGIT, of Calcara, buried 9th October 1811, aged 65 years

 

F.M.A. MERRIT, child, Royal Artillery, died 22nd June 1865. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Abraham MIDDLETON, Gunner and Driver, 8th Battalion, Royal Artillery, died 6th October 1848, aged 31 years

 

George MILES, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 8th August 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Mrs C. MILLER, Royal Artillery, died 17th February 1866. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

E. MILLER, Royal Artillery, died 16th December 1864. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Elizabeth MILLER, the wife of Hospital Sergeant William Miller, 85th Regiment, died 3rd September 1828

 

Sarah Ann MILLER, the daughter of Joseph Miller, Rifle Brigade, died 22nd April 1842, aged 4 months 2 days

 

John MINIFIC, Gunner and Driver, 3rd Battalion, Royal Artillery, died 26th June 1830

 

John MISSEN, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 17 years, buried 27th December 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

James MOORE, the son of Gunner John Moore, Royal Artillery, aged six months, buried 23rd July 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Mary MOORE, the wife of George Moore, a Merchant in Valletta, died 29th January 1812, in childbirth, aged 30 years

 

MORGAN, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, died 30th July 1865. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Thomas MORGAN, Lance Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 25th November 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

William MORLEY, Medical Staff, aged 23 years, buried 27th March 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

George MORRIS, Private, Grenadier Company, 18th Regiment, died 15th April 1823, aged 23 years

 

J. MORRIS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 15th January 1867, aged 27 years. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 6th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

John MORRISON, Quartermaster, HMS Amphion, died 17th March 1807, aged 30 years

 

William Hadley MORTON, Colour Sergeant, drowned in October 183* , aged 27 years, while trying to rescue a soldier

 

James MOUNT, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 9th September 1855, aged 21 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

John MULLEN, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 8th November 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John James MURRAY, the son of Sergeant Matthew Murray, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, buried 4th October 1859, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Matthew MURRAY, the son of Sergeant Matthew Murray, 2nd Regiment, 23rd Regiment, aged six years, buried 30th July 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Thomas MURRAY, General, died 24th April 1816, aged 67 years

 

Daniel NADEN, Sergeant, 80th Regiment, died 12th August 1824, aged 35 years

 

William NADEN, the son of Sergeant Daniel Naden, 80th Regiment, buried 20th June 1824, aged 4 years

 

George NEIL, Gunner, 4th Battalion, Royal Artillery, died 14th May 1824, aged 32 years

 

George NEWBOLT/NEWBOLD, Master of the English barque X.Y.Z., died 11th September 1855, aged 44 years

 

Elizabeth NEWTON, the daughter of Sergeant John Newton, aged one year, buried 30th September 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William NEWTON, the son of Private Henry Newton, East Kent Militia, buried 26th December 1855, aged six months. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

William H. NEWTON, the son of Private William H. Newton, East Kent Militia, buried 7th August 1855, aged sixteen months. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

George NICHOLL, Royal Artillery, died 11th March 1864. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 7th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

John NICHOLLS, Private, 57th Regiment, aged 26 years 10 months, buried 18th January 1858, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

A. NOAH, Armourer Sergeant, 8th King's Regiment, died 17th June 1867. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

Edmund NOBLE, Merchant, and Agent for Lloyds, died 3rd April 1824, aged 62 years

 

Sir James ORMSBY, of Dublin, died 1st November 1821, aged 25 years

 

Thomas ORR, Private, 85th Regiment, died 9th April 1826, aged 33 years

 

Alice OSBORNE, the daughter of Private Charles Osborne, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged eight months, buried 19th June 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Anne OULIHAN, the wife of Sergeant Oulihan, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 29 years, buried 1st August 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William Daniel OULIHAN, the Sergeant Oulihan, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged five months, buried 13th August 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Alice OWENS, the wife of soldier in 57th Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 29th April 1858, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

George PAGE, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 21 years, buried 21st May 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Benjamin PARKER, Bombardier, Captain A. Tylee's Company, 3rd Battalion, Royal Artillery, died 11th October 1848, aged 34 years 8 months

 

Frederick PARKER, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, died 3rd May 1849, aged 22 years

 

Thomas PASCOE, Captain, of the ship Empire Queen of Liverpool, died 11th September 1855, aged 40 years

 

M.E. PATCHELL, died 20th July 1863, aged 18 months. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Thomas PATTON, Gunner, 4th Battalion, Royal Artillery, died 1st August 1825, aged 37 years

 

John PEARSON, of Castille, died January 1819, aged 36 years

 

Joseph PEBODY, the son of Richard Pebody, 19th Regiment, buried 11th June 1842, aged two years

 

Jane PENDRILL, died 20th December 1840

 

Mrs E. PERRY, Royal Artillery, died 2nd July 1865. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

George PERRY, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 21 years, buried 15th April 1862, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John PHILLIPS, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 25th July 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

John PONTING, Private, 8th King's Regiment, died 13th October 1867, aged 32 years. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, H Company, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

Jane Alicia PONTON, the daughter of Mary and Sergeant William Ponton, Royal Fusiliers, died 19th November 1829, aged two months

 

A. POOLEY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 16th September 1864. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

G. POOLEY, infant, died 28th September 1861. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Mrs S. POOLEY, died 15th December 1861. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

George POTTER, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 30 years, buried 19th September 1861, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Sarah POTTER, the daughter of Private Potter, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 5 years, buried 10th April 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Thomas POWELL, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 19th November 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Anne Katherine Manley POWER, the daughter of Lieut-General Sir Manley Power, of Sa Maison, died 29th June 1825, aged 18 months 13 days

 

George Edward PRICE, the son of Rifle Instructor, aged three years seven months, buried 12th March 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John PRICE, the son of John Price, Chief Warder of the Military Prison, St Elmo, aged 18 years, buried 27th January 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

William PRIESTMAN, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 27th May 1856, aged 21 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Frederick Orestes PROSSER, the infant son of Captain Prosser, Royal Fusiliers, died 14th March 1825, aged 5 months

 

John PROUT, Master Mariner, of the brig Sisters of London, died 26th December 1852

 

Rebecca PRYOR, the daughter of Armourer Sergeant Pryor, 46th Regiment, aged one year two months, buried 11th June 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

George PYMAN, Mate, of a merchant ship, buried 22nd July 1844

 

Thomas PYNE, Private, Light Company, 80th Regiment, died 30th July 1828, aged 23 years

 

James QUIGLEY, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 10th May 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Elizabeth Anne QUINN, the daughter of Private William Quinn, 14th Regiment, aged three months, buried 26th March 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Edward RABONE, the son of Sergeant Edward Rabone, Royal Artillery, aged two days, buried 15th October 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Jane RANKIN, the daughter of Mary and Robert Rankin, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, died 8th March 1808, aged 1 year 4 months

 

Mary RANKIN, the wife of Robert Rankin, 1st Battalion, 44th Regiment, died 3rd January 1808, aged 44 years

 

Robert REA, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 27 years, buried 1st May 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Joseph REDROP, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 27 years, buried 30th January 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Charles REED, Sergeant, 95th Regiment, aged 38 years, died 27th January 1828

 

William REEVES, Private, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, buried 3rd January 1852, aged 23 years

 

Aaron REID, Private, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 20 years, buried 29th April 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Alfred RICHARDSON, the son of Corporal Richardson, East Kent Militia, buried 26th July 1855, aged seventeen days. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Elizabeth RICHARDSON, the daughter of Elizabeth and Sergeant William Richardson, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, died 30th November 1830, aged 2 years 5 months

 

George RICHARDSON, the son of Ann and George Richardson, Royal Artillery, died 10th August 1847, aged 13 months

 

John RICHARDSON, the son of Elizabeth and Private William Richardson, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, died 23rd June 1828, aged 5 years

 

Richard RICHARDSON, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 29 years, buried 19th February 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

James RINKLE, of London, an apprentice on board the merchant ship Diana of London, drowned in the harbour, buried 26th October 1812

 

Frederick ROBERTS, the son of Colour Sergeant Frederick Roberts, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 14 days, buried 7th October 1859, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

John ROBERTSON, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, buried 10th March 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

George ROBINSON, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 17th October 1859, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Margaret ROBINSON, the infant daughter of Peter Robinson, Merchant in Valletta, buried 13th September 1810

 

Mary Ann RODWELL, died 6th December 1811, aged 19 years, in childbirth

 

George ROE, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 26 years, buried 3rd November 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Edward ROLFE, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 36 years 7 months, buried 19th July 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

Samuel ROOD, Private, 4th King's Own Royal Regiment, died of cholera. Remembered on the King's Own Royal Regiment, B Company, 4th Battalion, memorial

 

Edward ROOKE, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, 69th Regiment, died 19th November 1848, aged 27 years

 

George ROSE, Private, Army Hospital Corps, aged 24 years buried 8th February 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John ROWCLIFFE, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 28th October 1855, aged 19 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

John ROWLAND, the son of Susanna and Richard Rowland, Corporal and Master Shoemaker, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, died 10th June 1841, aged 1 year 7 months

 

Richard ROWLAND, died 31st May 1842, Richard Rowland, aged 2 months, the son of Susanna and Richard Rowland, Corporal, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade.

 

Herman G. RUTGERS, of New York, USA died 9th December 1811, aged 40 years

 

Miss Elizabeth RUTTER, died 19th January 1825, aged 77 years

 

Miss Elizabeth Maria RUTTER, died 16th October 1845, aged 72 years. The sister of Thomas Joshua Rutter

 

Thomas Joshua RUTTER, died 26th November 1850, aged 78 years. Ordnance Storekeeper

 

P. SACREUN, Swedish Merchant Seaman, died in hospital, buried 1st November 1812

 

Francis SALES, Corporal, 8th King's Regiment, died 9th October 1867, aged 28 years. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, H Company, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

William SANGER, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, buried 20th November 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Charles SAVAGE, the son of Private Savage, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged one month, buried 11th January 1862, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Julia SAVAGE, the daughter of Master Tailor Savage, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged one year ten months, buried 24th January 1862, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

John SEDGWICK, formerly of Leghorn, died 20th August 1809, aged 56 years

 

Samuel SEGERS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 14th August 1865. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Emma SERINE, the wife of Sergeant Charles Serine, 1st Battalion, 8th Regiment, died 11th January 1868, aged 28 years 2 months

 

Thomas SHARPS, Private, 1st Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 26th April 1862, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Charles SHEPPARD, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 25th February 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Michael SHERIDAN, Private, 57th Regiment, died March 1856 Served in the Crimea. Same gravestone as James Burgess and James Forsyth

 

Frederick SHINGLER, died 18th July 1824, aged 53 years

 

H.A. SHOVE, Sergeant, 8th King's Regiment, Orderly Room Clerk, died 26th February 1867. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

Thomas SIDSTER, Gunner and Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 24 years, buried 18th November 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

F. SIMMONS, Private, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 19 years, buried 19th October 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Thomas SIMMONS, Colour Sergeant, 8th King's Regiment, died 21st August 1867. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

Fanny SIMPSON, died 6th June 1818, aged 25 years

 

Walter SIMPSON, Gunner and Driver, 3rd Battalion, Royal Artillery, died 6th January 1849, aged 18 years

 

William SIMPSON, the only son of Colonel F. Simpson, died 4th February 1827, aged 22 years

 

Thomas SLACK, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, died 24th March 1861, aged 25 years

 

George SLAYMAKER, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 29th November 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Joseph SLYTHE, Merchant, Director of the Commercial Rooms. His Sardinian Majesty's Consul General, died 14th July 1820, aged 43 years

 

J SMEDLY, Drummer, 36th Regiment, died 23rd March 1820, aged 29 years

 

James SMITH, Private, 94th Regiment, aged 33 years, buried 22nd December 1857, by Reverend George Lawless CF

 

James SMITH, Sergeant, 28th Regiment, aged 39 years, buried 7th August 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Joseph SMITH, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 25 years, buried 23rd October 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Thomas SMITH, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 22 years, buried 6th June 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

James SMYTH, Lieutenant, 39th Regiment, died 28th October 1804, aged 27 years

 

SMYTHE, the daughter of Sergeant Smythe, Royal Artillery, aged seven months, buried 20th August 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Agnes Maude SMYTHE, the daughter of Sergeant Smythe, Royal Artillery, aged five months, buried 3rd June 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Rosanna SMYTHE, the wife of Sergeant Smythe, Royal Artillery, aged 36 years, buried 19th March 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Ursola Jane SMYTHE, the daughter of Sergeant Smythe, Royal Artillery, aged two years, buried 25th March 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Thomas SOMERVILLE, the son of Ann and William Somerville, died 14th November 1807, aged 3 months 8 days

 

Elizabeth SOUTHWOOD, the wife of Thomas Southwood, died 23rd February 1818, aged 26 years

 

J. SPICKNELL, Private, Royal Artillery, died 25th May 1867. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Alfred SPILLETT, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 3rd March 1856, aged 30 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

John SPRIGGS, Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 39 years, buried 27th December 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Charles SPROUL, Gunner and Driver, 8th Battalion, Royal Artillery, died 1852 (?)

 

Gunner SPUNNER, Royal Artillery. Remembered on the Royal Artillery 3rd Battery 3rd Brigade memorial in memory of their comrades who died during their tour of service August 1861 – June 1867

 

Mary Suzanne ST.JOHN, the daughter of Robert William St.John, died 25th March 1822, aged 13 months

 

Thomas STAINES, Sergeant, 8th King's Regiment, died 29th August 1867. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

Elizabeth STANFORD, the wife of William Stanford, died 5th October 1809, aged 37 years

 

J. STARKS, Corporal, Royal Artillery, died 5th January 1863. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Samuel STEPHENS, Midshipman, died October 1811, aged 29 years

 

Elizabeth STEPHENSON, the widow of Henry Stephenson of London, Mariner, buried 27th October 1810

 

George STEVENSON, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 19 years, died 19th December 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

George STEWART, Lance Corporal, 42nd Royal Highlanders, died 23rd March 1836, aged 27 years

 

Lady Georgina STEWART, the fifth daughter of the Earl of Galloway, died 12th April 1804, aged 27 years

 

Robert STONE, Seaman, HM Packet Queensbury, drowned 5th July 1822, aged 34 years

 

Ellen SULLIVAN, child, East Kent Militia. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Ambrose SUMNER, Drummer, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 18 years, buried 25th September 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Robert SUNDERLAND, Schoolmaster Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 42 years, buried 23rd March 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

James SUTER, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, died 30th October 1856, aged 26 years 8 months

 

Henry SWEENEY, the son of Martha and Edward Sweeney, 8th Regiment, died 25th January 18**

 

Charles TALLON, Private, 14th Regiment, aged 30 years five months, buried 18th July 1857, by Reverend J. D'Arcy W. Preston AsstCF

 

Edward TANNER, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 5th August 1864, aged 24 years 6 months

 

Martha TAYLOR, the daughter of Quartermaster C. Taylor, 80th Regiment, died 31st August 1824, aged nine months

 

Rachel Dix TEMPLE, the wife of the Reverend D. Temple, American Missionary, died 15th January 1827, aged 33 years. Her inscription reads:

'Thank God he give me the victory

Through the hand of Jesus Christ.'

 

George William THERPE, the son of Colour Sergeant Therpe, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, buried 4th July 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Henry THOMAS, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 19th September 1855, aged 24 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Richard THOMAS, Private, 8th King's Regiment, born 21st August 1832, died 13th May 1867. Remembered on the 8th King's Regiment, D Company, 1st Battalion, Memorial of those who died during the time the Regiment was in Malta

 

Jane THOMPSON, the wife of John Thompson, 3rd Battalion, Royal Artillery, buried 30th September 1848, aged 26 years

 

John THOMPSON, Gunner and Driver, 3rd Battalion, Royal Artillery, buried 30th September 1849, aged 35 years

 

Elizabeth THORN, the daughter of Mary and George Thorn, buried 23rd July 1810, aged six months

 

Stephen Edwin TILLY, the son of Mary and Sergeant Tilly, Rifle Brigade, died 10th July 1866

 

Agnes Susan TROTMAN, the daughter of Sergeant Trotman, 1st Battalion, 21st Fusiliers, aged 4 months 2 weeks, buried 21st June 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Joseph TROUGHTON, died 12th February 1815, aged 76 years

 

Thomas TURNBULL, died 30th August 1834, aged 39 years

 

John TURNER, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 27th October 1859, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

Joseph TURVEY, Private, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 30th April 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John TWIGG, the son of Private Edward Twigg, 68th Light Infantry, buried 12th June 1852

 

Henry TYLER, Private, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 5th March 1861, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

John USHER, Corporal, 44th Regiment, buried 5th March 1807

 

Henry VALLINS, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 18th October 1855, aged 22 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Julia Harriet VAUGHAN, the daughter of Sergeant Vaughan, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged four months, buried 16th June 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John VENNARD, 18th Regiment, died 24th January 1824, aged 25 years

 

A. WALKER, Private, Royal Artillery, died 7th April 1866. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Charlotte WALKER, the wife of John Harding Walker, Surgeon, 32nd Regiment, died 7th May 1823, aged 23 years

 

David WALKER, Purser, HMS Hind, died 7th April 1810, aged 26 years

 

Emily Ann WALKER, the daughter of Sergeant Walker, Royal Artillery, aged 23 days, buried 22nd August 1861, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Hannah WALKER, the wife of Armourer Sergeant William Walker, 85th King's Light Infantry, died 28th September 1822, aged 45 years

 

James WALKER, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 25th October 1859, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

William WALKER, Armourer Sergeant, 85th King's Light Infantry, died 10th January 1829, aged 51 years

 

John WALLER, Private, Light Company, The Buffs, drowned in Quarantine Harbour, 10th August 1862

 

Jane WALSH, the wife of Colour Sergeant William Walsh, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 32 years, died 12th June 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

A. WARD, died 10th July 1863. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

James WARD, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 18 years, buried 5th October 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Thomas WARD, Private, 3rd Battalion, The Buffs, died 6th February 1852

 

William WARD, Private, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 18 years, buried 4th October 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Emma Bridget WARDROPE, the wife of Sergeant Wardrope, 2nd Battalion, 15th Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 19th August 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Isaac WARREN, Royal Artillery, drowned at Corfu, 18th September 1863. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 7th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Joseph WARRICK, Private 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, aged 20 years, buried 26th June 1869, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John WATKINS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 20th August 1865. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

John WATLING, Private, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Regiment, buried 18th November 1858, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Thomas WATSON, Master of HM hired Transport Janus, died 17th June 1813, aged 31 years

 

William WEBB, Private, 60th Royal Rifles, died May 1866, aged 32 years

 

J. WEIR, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 15th November 1866, aged 37 years. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 6th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Henry Alfred WELLS, the son of Sapper John Wells, Royal Engineers, aged five weeks, buried 13th June 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John WELLS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 19 years, buried 25th February 1860, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

George WHAMSLEY, Private, 48th Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 7th February 1857, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John WHATMOUGH, Private, 80th Regiment, died 2nd June 1828, aged 28 years

 

Maria WHEELER, the wife of Sergeant Wheeler, 3rd Regiment, The Buffs, died 9th September 1853, aged 26 years

 

Edward John WHITE, the infant son of Sergeant John White, Royal Fusiliers, died 14th March 1829, aged two months

 

J. WHITE, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died at Corfu, 19th January 1863, aged 36 years. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 6th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

James WHITE, Sergeant, 85th King's Light Infantry, died 16th September 1822, aged 29 years

 

M.A. WHITE, died 30th July 1863, aged 10 months. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

Amy Emily WHITELY, the daughter of Quartermaster Sergeant W. Whitely, Royal Artillery, buried 6th August 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

J. WHITFIELD, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 12th July 1865, aged 37 years. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 6th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Thomas WIGLEY, Sergeant, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 20 years, buried 10th January 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Charles John WILDBORE, the son of Battery Sergeant Major Wildbore, Royal Artillery, aged one year, buried 3rd September 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Solomon WILDING, Major Mitchell's Company, Royal Artillery, buried 13th September 1826, aged 41 years

 

John Thomas WILKINS, Private, East Kent Militia, buried 11th October 1855, aged 19 years. Remembered on the East Kent Militia Memorial to those who died at Malta while the Regiment was serving in the islands between April 1855 and 4th June 1856

 

Benjamin WILKS, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 25th September 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

John WILLIAMS, Gunner and Driver, 8th Battalion, Royal Artillery, died 18th December 1847, aged 33 years

 

John WILLIAMS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 25 years, buried 13th January 1860, by Reverend F.F. Thomson CF

 

WILLINGHAM, a child of Private Edward Willimgham, 28th Regiment, buried 16th September 1857, by Reverend J. D'Arcy W. Preston AsstCF

 

WILLIS, 80th Regiment. His inscription reads:

'I am billeted here by death alone,

In hopes of Angels to guard me to the throne,

The trumpet sounds to victory’s arms

Where soldiers must bid adieu to war’s alarms!'

 

William WILSON, Bombardier, of Brevet Major Douglas's Company, 2nd Battalion, Royal Artillery, died 11th December 1827, aged 44 years

 

Thomas WINSBURY, Sapper, Royal Engineers, aged 36 years, buried 20th September 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

A.J. WINTER, child, Royal Artillery, died 9th April 1866. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

J. WINTER, child, Royal Artillery, died 2nd December 1863. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

W.C. WINTER, child, Royal Artillery, died 12th December 1861. Remembered on the Royal Artillery, 5th Battery, 3rd Brigade, memorial

 

Samuel WOOD, Private, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 10th June 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF. Drowned whilst bathing

 

Thomas WOOD, Private, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 20 years, buried 13th September 1859, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Thomas WOODWARD, 95th Regiment, buried 18th June 1824, aged 29 years

 

Thomas WRIGHT, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 6th August 1865. Remembered on the 1st Battery 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery memorial of the men, women and children who died during their tour in Malta August 1861 – June 1867

 

James WRIGLEY, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, died 21st March 1834, aged 32 years

 

Joseph WYATT, Sergeant Major, Army Hospital Corps, aged 42 years, buried 26th April 1862, by Reverend Henry Hare CF

 

Alexander Campbell WYLLY, Lieut-Colonel, Commanding 95th Regiment, died 10th November 1827, aged 40 years

 

W.M. YORKE, Captain, 95th Regiment, died 1st July 1824, aged 30 years

 

John ZOHRAB, the son of Frances and Peter Zohrab, died 1st April 1832, aged 4 years 3 months

 

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