RINELLA  MILITARY  CEMETERY

Main Entrance

 

This cemetery which is located about halfway between Kalkara Naval Cemetery and Bighi Hospital was in use for British Servicemen and their families from 1865 to 1916. In 1978 any remains were transferred to Kalkara Naval Cemetery into a Mass Grave.

There were however about a dozen later burials which were also moved to Kalkara Naval cemetery but to individual graves.

The cemetery contained two Memorials, one erected by the 2nd Battalion Dorset Regiment and the other by 1st Battalion King’s Shropshire Light Infantry

The earliest identified burial in this index is 1868.

   

During and just after World War I, German Prisoners-of-War were buried here, and when the cemetery was emptied in 1978 their remains were transferred into a Mass Grave at Kalkara Naval Cemetery.

 

German P-o-W Grave

 

Charles ACKLAND, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 21 years, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 3rd February 1893, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

George ADAMS, aged 19 years, North Staffordshire Regiment, buried 4th August 1893

 

George ADAMS, aged 19 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, buried 30th June 1894, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Dorcas ADSHEAD, aged 1 year, the son of Sergeant Adshead, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 4th August 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Edwin AGAR, Lance-Corporal, Worcestershire Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 23rd September 1896, by Reverend George Smith

 

S.A. AGGAR, Conductor, Indian Ordnance Depot, buried 29th April 1893, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Frederick AGREL, German Prisoner-of-War, 11th January 1919

 

Edward ALLEN, Private, Royal Scots Regiment, 24th October 1878

 

Henry G. ALTMANN, German Prisoner-of-War, 15th July 1917

 

Arthur Edward AMOS, aged 14 months, the son of a soldier in 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, buried 22nd July 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

Alexander ANDERSON, Royal Scots Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 31st March 1892

 

A. APPLETON, 9957, Private, 2nd Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, landed sick 12th and died 13th December 1914, aged 24 years

 

John ARBUCKLE, Bandmaster, 2nd Battalion, Border Regiment, died at Margherita Hill 16th January 1890, aged 40 years 11 months. Buried 18th January, service conducted by the Reverend E.A. Alderson, C.F.

 

Edith Melita ARCHER, aged 35 hours, the daughter of Private Archer, Medical Staff Corps, buried 3rd May 1895, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

James ARMITAGE, Sergeant, Army Service Corps, aged 28 years, buried 24th September 1906, by Reverend Haines

 

George Thomas ASHBY, the son of Gunner George Ashby, aged 1 year 9 months, died 19th May 1906, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

Georgina R. ASHBY, the daughter of Gunner George Ashby, 30th January 1911

 

John ASHDOWN, Private, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, aged 19 years, 1894

 

George ASTLE, 19563, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 23 years, buried 28th August 1905, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

Georg BAGENDA, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 24 years, buried 10th January 1919

 

Henry BAILEY, 98th Prince of Wales Regiment, 14th April 1878

 

T. BAILEY, Sergeant, buried 17th August 1881

 

Herbert BAKER, Army Schoolmaster 1st Class, 31st March 1915

 

Thomas Henry BAKER, 6365, Private, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, aged 29 years 4 months, buried 29th June 1905, by Reverend Hatton

 

Arthur F. BALDWIN, the son of William Baldwin, 98th Regiment, 3rd January 1877

 

George BALL, aged 19 years 9 months, Bedford Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 6th April 1890

 

Charles BARDEN, Private, Royal Berkshire Regiment, aged 26 years, 6th September 1888

 

Thomas William BAT, Private, Queen’s Regiment, aged 20 years, died 13th September 1892

 

Heinrich BAUM, Captain, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 47 years, buried 2nd November 1918

 

Alice Elizabeth (Ethel) BEARD, aged 10 months, the daughter of Private Beard, 4th Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 13th July 1904, by Reverend Loxley, Wesleyan Minister

 

Richard BECK, Private, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 40 years 6 months, buried 7th March 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Albert Henry BECKHUSON, aged 5 months, died at Fort Salvatore, the son of Charles Percival Beckhuson, Royal West Kent Regiment, buried 8th January 1890

 

Charles BELLAMY, 10658, Lance-Corporal, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, landed sick, died 15th December 1914 in the Military Hospital at Cottonera, aged 27 years. The son of Mr and Mrs Bellamy of 148 Porter Street, Hull

 

Ernest BENNETT, Drummer, Warwickshire Regiment, aged 31 years, 29th October 1913

 

Samuel BENNETT, Private, buried 20th November 1889

 

Harry BENTLEY, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 23 years, 1910

 

Alice Maud M. BENTON, aged 0 years, the daughter of Sergeant Benton, Royal Artillery, 1898

 

William Charles BENTON, aged 2 years 2 months, the son of Sergeant Benton, Royal Artillery, buried 27th October 1898, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Edward Harold BETTS, the son of Bombardier Betts, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 3 years, 1914

 

James BIGGS, the son of soldier Biggs, Highland Light Infantry, 26th March 1895

 

Francis BINKS, aged 25 years, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, buried 26th October 1891, by Reverend J. Scandrett Edwards

 

Alice Maud M. BIRCH, the wife of Lieutenant Birch, A.S.C. Department, aged 42 years, died 23rd April 1905

 

Albert BIRD, Private, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 38 years 6 months, buried 6th September 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

Kate BISCOE, aged 2 years 5 months, the daughter of Private Biscoe, Royal West Kent Regiment, buried 15th September 1900, by Reverend Wetherall

 

Alexander BLACK, Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 36 years, 1910

 

Alice Mackintosh BLACK, aged 31 years, the wife of R. Gilchrist Black, buried 17th May 1897, by Reverend G.A. Sim

 

J. BLANE, Royal Artillery, aged 26 years, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 17th January 1891, by Reverend Elphinstone Rivers

 

A.C. BLOOMFIELD, Private, buried 22nd October 1886

 

Walter BOATWRIGHT, aged 23 years 3 months, Private, Highland Light Infantry, buried 12th November 1896, by Reverend Maurice Jones

 

Christopher BOHN, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 28th August 1905, by Reverend Baynham

 

Paul BOLUS, German Prisoner-of-War, died 24th June 1915, aged 25 years. Buried by Reverend E. Edmonds-Smith C.F.

 

Joseph Edward BONNION, aged 4 months, buried 31st July 1901

 

Henry BOOTH, Pioneer Sergeant, Suffolk Regiment, aged 27 years, died 16th September 1897

 

William BORLING, aged 38 years, 1st Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 26th September 1901, by Reverend Randall

 

James George BOTTING, aged 2 years, the son of Colour-Sergeant Botting, Royal West Kent Regiment, died 13th January 1901

 

William Owen BOTTLE, the son of Sergeant Thomas Bottle, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 10 months, buried 2nd February 1906, by Reverend E. Rees, Wesleyan Minister

 

John William BOTTOMLEY, Lance Corporal, West Yorkshire Regiment, aged 19 years, died 28th June 1901

 

Emily E. BOWERS, aged 1 year 1 month, the daughter of Corporal John Bowers, Royal Scots Regiment, died 24th July 1891

 

Jeannie McRay BOWLER, aged 0 years, the daughter of Sergeant Bowler, 1st Battalion, Argyle & Sutherland Highlanders, 1909

 

Henry BOXALL, aged 27 years 7 months, Royal West Kent Regiment buried 7th June 1901, by Reverend Baines

 

Edward BOYT, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 24 years, buried 11th March 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Charles William BRADDOCK, Sergeant, Manchester Regiment, 20th October 1881

 

Thomas BRADLEY, 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment, buried 10th March 1894, by Reverend G.A. Sim, Presbyterian Minister

 

Richard BRASIER, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 32 years 9 months, buried 9th September 1899, by Reverend Maurice Jones

 

Albert BRAYFORD, Private, North Staffordshire Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 3rd July 1894

 

John William BRENNAN, aged 6 months, the son of Private Brennan, Worcestershire Regiment, by Reverend F.G. Wright

 

Edward BRERETON, Private, North Staffordshire Regiment, aged 27 years, 1894

 

Lily Lavinia BREWSTER, the wife of Private Brewster, aged 33 years, died 11th June 1903

 

James BRICE, Private, Somerset Regiment, aged 21 years, 1910

 

W. BRIGGS, Private, King’s Own Regiment, 4th February 1909

 

Mary L. BRITTON, aged 1 year 8 months, died at Ricasoli, the daughter of Sergeant F. Britton, Royal Artillery, buried 10th July 1890

 

Emily BROOKS, aged 1 year 3 months, died at Verdala, the daughter of Albert E. Brooks, Bedford Regiment, buried 26th July 1890

 

James BROOKS, Private, Cameron Highlanders, aged 25 years, buried 31st August 1893, by Reverend John Laverack, Methodist Minister

 

Thomas BROOKS, Private, West Riding Regiment, aged 19 years, died 12th February 1897

 

Sidney BROOMFIELD, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 19 years 10 months, buried 27th January 1908, by Reverend T. Brook

 

George BROTHERTON, aged 1 hour, the son of George Brotherton, 1st Battalion, Royal Lancashire Regiment, buried 25th August 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Arthur BROWN, aged 24 years, Private, Royal Lancaster Regiment, buried 11th November 1896, by Reverend W.C. Parr

 

James BROWN, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 27th October 1891

 

William BROWN, Bandsman, buried 27th October 1883

 

Ida Hamblin BUGG, aged 24 years, the wife of Corporal Bugg, Royal Artillery, buried 7th January 1896, by Reverend George Smith

 

(Peter Julius) Friedrich BUNE, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 45 years, died 12th August 1917

 

William E.M. BURGIN, aged 21 years 4 months, Private, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, buried 26th November 1896, by Reverend O.S. Watkins, Wesleyan Minister

 

John Henry BURNS, aged 20 years, Private, 3rd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, buried 19th January 1900, by Reverend Pentreath

 

Leonard William BURR, aged 20 years, died in Cottonera Hospital, relative of a soldier in the Bedford Regiment, buried 29th March 1890

 

Mrs Ellen BUTLER, buried 1st September 1885/1888

 

Albert John BUTLER, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 26 years, buried 4th May 1902, by Reverend Tripp

 

George BUTLER, Private, 1st Battalion, Royal West Surrey Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 17th February 1893

 

Edward CADMAN, aged 21 years, Private, Suffolk Regiment, buried 30th November 1897, by Reverend George Smith

 

Walter CAHOON, buried 14th January 1879

 

Albert CALLENDER, aged 9 months, the son of Colour-Sergeant Callender, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, buried 24th October 1899, by Reverend Maurice Jones

 

George Richard CARPENTER, aged 24 years 11 months, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 4th February 1898, by Reverend R.D. Lewis, Chaplain, R.N.

 

George CARTER, Private, Royal Scots Regiment, drowned at Marsa 5th August 1891

 

William John Richard CASH, the son of Colour Sergeant Cash, 1st Battalion, Royal West Surrey Regiment, aged 1 day. Died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 28th July 1892

 

Annie CHAMBERS, aged 6 months, the daughter of Alfred Chambers, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, buried 26th July 1894, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

John C. CHAMBERS, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 21 years, 1910

 

Ernest Alfred CHAPMAN, aged 3 months, the son of John Chapman, Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 8th December 1892

 

CHARLTON, stillborn child, buried 21st February 1904, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Arthur CHENEY, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 37 years, 1911

 

Charles CHISLETT, Private, Royal Berkshire Regiment, aged 24 years, died 25th December 1892

 

Bessie Melita CLARKE, aged 1 year 3 months, the daughter of Sergeant Major Clarke, Royal Engineers, buried 6th November 1896, by Reverend George Smith

 

F. CLARKE, aged 19 years, 1st Battalion, Bedford Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 21st October 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

William CLARKE, aged 193 days, Connaught Rangers, died in Married Quarters Salvatore, buried 9th August 1891, by Reverend G. Wisely

 

George CLAXTON, aged 30 years, Norfolk Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 25th February 1890

 

John CLOVER, Gunner, Royal Artillery, 2nd October 1883

 

William COCKERTON, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 7th September 1891

 

William COLE, aged 5 months, the son of Lance- Corporal Cole, King's Own Regiment, died 1903

 

Thomas William COLEBY, aged 22 hours, the son of a soldier in Royal Artillery, buried 11th August 1898, by Reverend Churchward

 

Henry Ernest COLEMAN, aged 0 years, the son of Sergeant William Coleman, Royal Berkshire Regiment, 28th August 1887

 

Ursula Sarah COLES, aged 9 months, the daughter of Private Coles, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 18th June 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

Mary Louise E. COLLIER, the daughter of Sergeant Collier, buried 10th August 1885/1888

 

John COLTMAN, the son of a soldier in the South Wales Borderers, aged 1 year 6 months, buried 5th April 1891

 

Archibald COLVILLE, aged 0 years, the son of Sergeant Colville, Highland Light Infantry, died 28th February 1895

 

Annie Mona CONNOCK, the daughter of Sergeant G. Connock, 2nd July 1881

 

Alfred COOK, Sergeant, East Kent Regiment, 4th September 1883

 

Charles Arthur COOK, aged 0 years, the son of Sergeant Cook, Royal Artillery, died 28th July 1901

 

Ethel Maud COOK, aged 0 years, the daughter of Sergeant Cook, Royal Artillery, 22nd July 1898

 

George William H. COOK, Surgeon, Medical Staff Corps, 26th December 1884

 

Jesse James COOK, aged 28 years, Private, Medical Staff Corps, buried 4th October 1895, by Reverend F.G. Wright

 

W.H. COOK, 21246, Private, Royal Sussex Regiment, 21st January 1920

 

Frederick COOKSEY, 9645, Private, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, aged 24 years, died 18th May 1915, buried by Reverend E.Edmonds-Smith C.F.

 

Frederick Chase COOPER, Major, Army Pay Department, died in Cottonera Hospital, 19th May 1888

 

Jessie COOPER, Connaught Rangers, aged 25 years, buried 17th July 1891, by Reverend J. Scandrett Edwards

 

Mrs Sybil Graham COOPER, aged 35 years, 1888

 

John CORMACK, aged 21 years 6 months, Private, 1st Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders, buried 30th August 1897, by Presbyterian Minister

 

Wesley COTTY, 8102, Private, Somerset Light Infantry, aged 21 years, 16th February 1910

 

COWLAND, stillborn baby of Sergeant Cowland, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 19th June 1916

 

George COX, aged 38 years 8 months, Private, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 21st August 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

John COX, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, 10th June 1889

 

Maria COX, aged 66 years, died 6th August 1900, by Reverend Wetherall

 

Thomas Sidney COX, aged 9 months, the son of Sergeant Cox, Royal Artillery, buried 26th September 1904, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

William COXHEAD, Military Prison Warden, aged 59 years, buried 9th July 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

F.J. CRAMP, Corporal, Royal Irish Rifles, buried 5th July 1892

 

Walter CRANE, aged 23 years, Kings Own Regiment, buried 11th August 1896, by Reverend Maurice Jones

 

James Michael CRIPPS, Private, 2nd Battalion, Scottish Rifles, aged 21 years, 27th November 1911

 

George CROCKETT, Private, Royal Scots, 29th July 1880

 

Beatrice Emily Gertrude CROFT, aged 5 years, the daughter of Colour-Sergeant Croft, Gloucestershire Regiment, 1911

 

Edward CROW, Private, Royal Scots, aged 20 years, died 12th August 1891

 

William C. CROZIER, 2nd Corporal, Royal Engineers, aged 36 years, 1908

 

Samuel CRUMP, 918, Private, Warwickshire Regiment, aged 26 years, 13th September 1913

 

James (John) CUMMINGS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, 13th January 1883

 

H. CUMMINS, aged 26 years, Royal Artillery, buried 14th June 1892, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

James DAKIN, 16229, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 21 years, buried 27th January 1906, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

Bertha Elizabeth DANES, aged 3 months, the daughter of Warder M. Danes, Corradino Military Prison, buried 8th May 1898

 

David DAVIES, aged 25 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 25th April 1899, by Reverend Barton

 

Henry George John William DAVIES, the son of QMS Davies, Hampshire Regiment, aged 12 weeks, buried 17th July 1904, by Reverend B.W. Stothert

 

William DAVIS, 3783, aged 21 years, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, buried 15th September 1896, by Reverend Maurice Jones

 

Ada Mary DAY, the wife of Private J. Day, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 26 years 5 months, buried 15th December 1902

 

Frederick John DAY, aged 9 months, the son of Private J. Day, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 11th July 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

William H. DEBBAGE, aged 26 years, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 11th October 1901, by Reverend Loxley

 

William T. DEVENISH, 7454, Private, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 26th August 1905, by Reverend John Hatton

 

Ethel DINGLE, aged 1 year 4 months, the daughter of F. Dingle, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, died 13th March 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

John George Telford DINWOODIE, aged 19 years, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment, buried 22nd April 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

M.J. DONINGTON, aged 4 months, Royal Engineers, died at Ricasoli, buried 5th July 1891, by Reverend R.F. M'Leod

 

James DOUGLAS, Lance Corporal, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 42 years 3 months, buried 23rd April 1904, by Reverend Frank W. Stewart, Presbyterian C.F.

 

Mary Maud DOWLING, the daughter of Sergeant Dowling, Royal Army Medical Corps, aged 0 years, 1916

 

Roger DOWNES, aged 20 years 5 months, Private, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment, buried 5th September 1897, by Reverend George Smith

 

Alfred DOWNING, aged 21 years, Private, Royal West Surrey Regiment, buried 12th June 1893, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Ella S.F. DOWSE, aged 1 year 4 months, the daughter of Corporal T. Dowse, Royal Artillery, died 19th October 1892, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

DOYLE, stillborn, buried 20th October 1907

 

Annie Mary DOYLE, aged 6 months, the daughter of Private John Doyle, East Surrey Regiment, 1894, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Dorothy Margaret DUGGAN, aged 1 month, the daughter of Corporal Duggan, Royal Artillery, buried 24th February 1895, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Nellie Miriam DUGGAN, aged 1 year 5 months, the daughter of Sergeant Frank Duggan, Royal Artillery, buried 3rd June 1900, by Reverend Caryl

 

James DUGNOLLE, 7620, Private, Royal Sussex Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 4th August 1905, by Reverend John Hatton

 

William DURRANT, 5285, Private, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Died 15th September 1904 in Verdala Barracks. He climbed out of a window of his quarters and took hold of an earthenware pipe which ran up the building close to this window. As he started to climb down his weight was too much and the pipes came away from their fastenings. He fell to the ground and pieces of pipes fell around him. The fall was from such a height that he was killed on the spot. His funeral was held on the 17th

 

William E. DURRANT, Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, aged 21 years, 1911

 

Thomas DYKINS, Lance-Corporal, buried 30th May 1880

 

Alfred DYER, Private, Lancashire Fusiliers, aged 19 years, 2nd September 1899

 

Leslie DYSON, aged 9 months, the son of George Dyson, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 22nd July 1891

 

Richard DYSON, Private, Army Hospital Corps, buried 6th October 1879

 

EARWAKER, aged 34 years, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 2nd July 1901, by Reverend Randall

 

Charles EDWARDS, Driver, Royal Artillery, aged 27 years, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 3rd February 1893, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

George EDWARDS, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, aged 29 years, buried 28th October 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

Joseph EKE, Colour-Sergeant, Royal West Kent Regiment, buried 20th August 1901

 

Joseph Hamfleet EKE, aged 33 years, Colour-Sergeant, Royal West Kent Regiment, died 20th August 1901, by Reverend Howard, Grave K.5.2

 

John William ELLIOT, Private, Royal West Surrey Regiment, aged 19 years, died 27th September 1893, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

William ELLIS, Private, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, 7th August 1886

 

Henry EMBREY, aged 29 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 19th July 1896, by Reverend George Smith

 

Alfred Edward EVANS, Private, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 36 years, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Edward Cunningham EVANS, aged 37 years, Private, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 3rd May 1902, by Reverend Tripp

 

William EVANS, Private, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, aged 26 years, buried 13th March 1891

 

Reginald EVERITT, aged 20 years, Private, Army Medical Corps, buried 17th October 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

Edward FABIAN, aged 27 years, Welsh Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 5th February 1890

 

J. FAKE, aged 23 years, Royal Artillery, buried 12th February 1892, by Reverend R.F. McLeod

 

George Frederick FARMER, aged 4 months, buried 15th August 1902, by Reverend Peverley Dodd

 

FARR, stillborn baby, of Colour Sergeant Farr, Bedford Regiment, at Verdala, buried 30th May 1890, by Reverend W.S. Randall

 

Thomas FAULKNER, aged 11 months, the son of Sergeant Faulkner, Highland Light Infantry, buried 7th June 1895, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

George Herbert FEARNEY, the son of James Fearney, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 1 year 1 month, buried 26th July 1904, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

Alexander FENWICK, aged 22 years, Lance-Corporal, Royal Highlanders, 3rd July 1886

 

Archibald FENWICK, aged 20 years 6 months, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 23rd October 1896, by Reverend Murray, Grave F.1.2

 

William FERGUSON, Corporal, Black Watch, 30th October 1876

 

William FIELDHOUSE, Armourer-Sergeant, Warwickshire Regiment, aged 30 years, died 6th March 1899 in Cottonera Hospital

 

George FIRTH, Royal Army Medical Corps, aged 23 years, died 1912

 

Frederick FISHER, 47924, Private, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, 22nd January 1920, aged 20 years. The son of Mrs Sarah Fisher, of Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

 

Arthur FITCH, Private, aged 23 years, 2nd Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment, died 9th December 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Alice FITTON, aged 3 months, the daughter of Colour Sergeant Fitton, King's Own Lancaster Regiment, died 26th December 1902, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

John Chadwick FITTON, aged 1 year 5 months, the son of Colour Sergeant Fitton, King's Own Lancaster Regiment, died 7th January 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Harry FLETCHER, aged 15 hours, died August 1903

 

Victor FLORENTINE, Drummer, Royal Scots, aged 18 years 6 months, died 14th August 1891

 

Andrew Craig FORBES, Sergeant, East Kent Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 14th December 1895, by Reverend G. Wisely

 

F. FORD, aged 21 years, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, buried 4th January 1894

 

Michael FORDER, aged 36 hours, the son of Gunner George Forder, Royal Artillery, buried 18th August 1896, by Reverend Maurice Jones

 

Louisa FOREMAN, aged 7 months, Essex Regiment, buried 19th October 1891, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

William FOSKETT, Private, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 28th September 1894, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Annie W. FOSTER, the daughter of CSM Foster, Royal Engineers, 8th November 1897

 

Dorothy Elizabeth FOSTER, aged 17 days, the daughter of Private C. Foster, Hampshire Regiment, buried 14th November 1905, by Reverend John Hatton

 

Louisa Lilian FOSTER, the wife of Private C. Foster, Hampshire Regiment, aged 33 years 7 months, buried 8th November 1905, by Reverend John Hatton

 

Winnifred Annie FOSTER, aged 11 months, the daughter of CSM Foster, Royal Engineers, died 8th November 1897, by Reverend George Smith

 

Charles FOWLER, aged 26 years, Private, North Staffordshire Regiment, buried 6th September 1895, by Reverend F.G. Wright

 

R.A. FOWLER, 37719, Rifleman, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, 7th October 1919, aged 20 years. The son of Mrs Louisa Fowler

 

William FOX, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, aged 25 years, buried 4th May 1891

 

Charles FRANKLIN, Bandsman, buried 12th September 1882

 

James FRASER, Lance-Sergeant, Bandsman, Northumberland Fusiliers, aged 32 years, buried 27th April 1900, by Reverend Caryl

 

H.W. FREELAND, aged 20 years, Royal West Surrey Regiment, buried 8th March 1892, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

Ellen Lottie FULLER, aged 43 days, the daughter of Sergeant Fuller, Royal West Kent Regiment, buried 1st June 1900, by Reverend H.A. Caryl

 

George FULLER, aged a few minutes, the son of Colour Sergeant Fuller, 1st Royal Garrison Regiment, triplet, buried 13th March 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Henry FULLER, aged a few minutes, the son of Colour Sergeant Fuller, 1st Royal Garrison Regiment, triplet, buried 13th March 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Walter FULLER, Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry, 3rd January 1920, aged 46 years. The husband of Charlotte Mary Fuller, 27 Long Lane, Croydon, Surrey

 

William FULLER, aged a few minutes, the son of Colour Sergeant Fuller, 1st Royal Garrison Regiment, triplet, buried 13th March 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

F.R. GAIGER, aged 1 year 8 months, Army Medical Staff, buried 19th November 1891

 

George GARRETT, Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 29 years 1 month, buried 17th January 1906, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

Kathleen May GARRETT, aged 25 days, the daughter of Bombardier Garrett, Royal Artillery, buried 26th July 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Herbert GATEHOUSE, Private, 3rd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, aged 22 years, buried 28th December 1898, by Reverend E.C. Barton, Wesleyan Minister

 

Elizabeth GATSELL, aged 13 months, buried 13th December 1903

 

Thomas GEE, Lance-Corporal, Worcestershire Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 11th December 1896, by Reverend George Smith

 

William Leslie GENTLE, the son of Sergeant Gentle, Royal Artillery, died 13th October 1899, by Reverend M. Jones

 

Thomas D. GIBBS, buried 15th August 1886

 

Eileen (Ellen Lillian) GIDDENS, aged 3 months, Royal Hampshire Regiment, buried 7th November 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Phyllis GIDDY, the daughter of Corporal Giddy, Royal Engineers, aged 0 years, 1913

 

Frank GILES, Private, Worcestershire Regiment, aged 20 years 6 months, buried 28th August 1896, by Reverend George Smith

 

Henry GILLING, Private, Royal Lancashire Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 21st January 1902

 

William GILMOUR, aged 4 months, the son of Colour Sergeant Gilmour, Highland Light Infantry, died 28th February 1895, by Reverend G. Wisely

 

Donald GILSON, Private, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, 22nd October 1886

 

Albert Edward GLEDHILL, 18475, Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, aged 20 years, buried 4th September 1904, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

Frederick Arthur GOODCHILD, the son of Bombardier Goodchild, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 0 years, 1911

 

Selina Maud GOODHEAD, aged 3 years, the daughter of Sergeant Goodhead, North Staffordshire Regiment, buried 10th July 1893, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Jasper GORDON, Lance-Corporal, Lancashire Fusiliers, aged 25 years 10 months, buried 8th March 1905, by Reverend John Hatton

 

William GORST, Gunner, 100 Company, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 22 years 2 months, buried 28th July 1904, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

George GOSLING, Private, 3rd Battalion, Warwickshire Regiment, aged 19 years, buried 12th December 1898, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

John Henry GOSLING, Sergeant, Royal West Kent Regiment, aged 43 years, died 29th January 1900

 

Albert GOUGH, Private, Welsh Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 26th April 1893, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

George GOUGH, QMS, Army Ordnance Corps, aged 40 years 2 months, buried 26th July 1904, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

Gladys GOUGH, aged 9 months, Dorset Regiment, buried 10th June 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

Gladys GOUGH, aged 1 year 4 months, the daughter of G. Gough, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment, buried 24th April 1904, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Robert W. GOULDS, aged 21 years 10 months, Border Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 16th February 1890

 

Frederick GRAHAM, the son of Sergeant Graham, 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, aged 6 months, buried 28th August 1892

 

Valentine GRAHAM, aged 1 year 1 month, died in Cottonera, the son of a soldier in the Welsh Regiment, buried 15th March 1890

 

Charles F. GRAVES, Sergeant, buried 24th November 1884

 

Beatrice Ethel GRAY, aged 1 year 3 months, the daughter of Private Gray, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 7th August 1902, by Reverend Raymond

 

J. GRAY, Private, buried 15th May 1881

 

John GRAY, Private, aged 37 years, died 1901

 

Francis GREER, Royal Irish Rifles, aged 25 years, buried 5th December 1891

 

Florence Annie GREGORY, aged 8 months, the daughter of Sergeant Gregory, 1st Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 30th June 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

Frances May GREIG, aged 2 months, the daughter of CQMS Greig, Royal Artillery, buried 25th January 1897, by Reverend T. Murray

 

J. GREIG, aged 30 years, Colour Sergeant, Highland Light Infantry, buried 24th September 1898, by Reverend G.A. Sim

 

Nelly Winifred GRIFFIN, the daughter of Corporal C. Griffin, aged 1 year, 7th July 1887

 

Frederick GRIFFITHS, Private, Royal Berkshire Regiment, aged 19 years, died 21st September 1891

 

Elizabeth GRIGGS, aged 1 year 1 month, Bedford Regiment, died at Verdala, buried 21st July 1890, by Reverend Windross, Wesleyan Minister

 

Gerald Gordon GROVE, aged 2 years, the son of Sergeant Grove, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 1st November 1902, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Roland Lewis GRUNDY, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 22 years, 25th January 1912

 

Emily HALL, aged 15 years, buried 30th August 1882

 

Karl HAMANN, German Prisoner-of-War, died 26th September 1915, aged 50 years

 

John HAMMOND, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 22 years, 15th June 1911

 

Frank Gaskell HAMPSON, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, 1st August 1914

 

Violet Margaret HAMSHAW, aged 8 months, the daughter of Sergeant W. Hamshaw, Worcestershire Regiment, buried 17th June 1896, by Reverend Paske Smith

 

Frederick HANCOCK, aged 21 years, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment, buried 23rd June 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

HANNA, stillborn child, of Corporal Hanna, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 4th July 1904

 

Walter Thomas HARDING, aged 1 year, the son of Private Harding, 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, buried 25th June 1895, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

James HARKNESS, Private, Royal Irish Regiment, aged 22 years, died 17th June 1892

 

John HARLEY, Private, 1st Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 20th June 1894, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Alfred HARRY, aged 30 years, Lance Corporal, Highland Light Infantry, died 23rd May 1895, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Joseph HART, aged 4 years 6 months, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, buried 28th November 1893, by Reverend Botrill

 

William HART, Royal Artillery, aged 21 years, buried 30th August 1891

 

Ronald Lewis St.P. HASSELL, aged 8 months, the son of Lieutenant Hassell, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 18th September 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

R. Ed. Cecil HAWES, aged 5 months, 3rd Battalion, K.O.Y.L.I., buried 8th July 1901

 

John HAYES, Private, Derbyshire Regiment, aged 37 years 4 months, buried 19th August 1899, by Reverend Pentreath

 

Robert HAYES, aged 28 years, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 22nd February 1902, by Reverend Tripp

 

M. HEAL, Private, buried 15th May 1881

 

Allan HEATLY, the son of Sergeant-Major Heatly, 1st Battalion, Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders, aged 0 years, 1909

 

Henry HELMAR, Corporal, Military Foot Police, aged 34 years 4 months, buried 17th January 1906, by Reverend Haines

 

Ellen Elizabeth Sheppard HENDERSON, aged 32 years, the wife of Schoolmaster Henderson, 48th Regiment, buried 20th October 1868

 

John HENDERSON, aged 38 years, Schoolmaster, 48th Regiment, buried 16th July 1869

 

Thomas HENDERSON, aged 20 years 3 months, Highland Light Infantry, buried 14th October 1895, by Reverend G.A. Sim

 

Marie Louise HENLEY, aged 20 days, died at Ricasoli, buried 19th January 1891

 

William John HENNESSEY, the son of M. Hennessey, buried 7th July 1883

 

Isabella HERBERT, aged 5 weeks, the daughter of a soldier in the Royal Scots, buried 20th July 1891

 

John HERON, Barrack Warden, aged 51 years 3 months, buried 13th July 1904, by Reverend Stewart, Presbyterian C.F.

 

Robert HERON, aged 1 year, the son of Quarter Master Sergeant Heron, Worcestershire Regiment, buried 21st May 1896 by Reverend J. Murray

 

Robert George HEWITT, aged 5 weeks, the son of Colour Sergeant Hewitt, 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, buried 30th October 1895, by Reverend F.G. Wright

 

C.W. HICKS, aged 23 years, 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 21st July 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

Harold HILES, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 3rd January 1885

 

Dorothy Edith HILL, aged 2 years 3 months, the daughter of Sergeant Hill, Royal Artillery, buried 11th January 1899, by Reverend Barton, Wesleyan Chaplain

 

Henry Edward HILL, aged 4 months, the son of Private Hill, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, buried 14th November 1904, by Reverend John Hatton C.F.

 

Moses HILL, Company Sergeant Major, 83 Company, Royal Garrison Artillery. Died 29th June 1902 in Cottonera Hospital, aged 34 years. He arrived in Malta in September 1898, and left a wife and two children

 

James Edward HINDSON, the son of Corporal Hindson, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 0 years, 1909

 

Frederick HOCKLEY, Private, 1st Battalion, Royal West Surrey Regiment, aged 18 years, died 17th July 1892

 

Annie HODGES, aged 1 year 7 months, the daughter of Sergeant F. Hodges, Royal West Surrey Regiment, buried 9th June 1892, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Florence Eliza HODGES, aged 2 years 10 months, the daughter of Frederick Hodges, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 3rd January 1900, by Reverend M. Jones

 

Thomas HODGES, aged 35 years 5 months, Private, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 30th August 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

Christopher HOGNER, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 44 years, died 21st November 1916

 

Harry F. HOLLAND, aged 2 months, the son of Quartermaster Holland, Royal Artillery, buried 22nd September 1894

 

Percival Thomas HOLLAND, aged 8 months, the son of Sergeant Holland, Royal Artillery, buried 18th June 1896, by Reverend Stewart Harris

 

George HOLLIS, aged 4 months, the son of a soldier in the Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 23rd June 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

Edward HOLLWEG, German Prisoner-of-War, died 26th July 1918, aged 45 years

 

Robert John HOMAN, aged 1 year, the son of QMS Homan, Royal Artillery, 1st November 1892

 

Thomas C. HOMUS, Private, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Regiment, aged 32 years, died 18th July 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

James Minto HOOD, 1190, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, 24th February 1920, aged 30 years. The son of James and Lena Roberts Hood, of Dundee, Scotland

 

H. HOOPER, aged 25 years, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 17th November 1890, by Reverend Elphinstone Rivers

 

Herbert HOOPER, aged 22 years, Private, Suffolk Regiment, buried 8th January 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

Henry HOOTON, Private, aged 26 years, 1st Battalion, Bedford Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 13th September 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

George HOUGHTON, Private, 10th Regiment, buried 2nd September 1880

 

William HOWARD, Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 28 years, buried 24th June 1907, by Reverend T. Brook

 

Sidney HUGHES, aged 23 years, Private, Medical Staff Corps, buried 27th March 1893

 

Robert HUMPHRIES, aged 24 years, Lance-Corporal, Dorsetshire Regiment, buried 15th May 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

Ernest Sydney HUNT, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 23 years 1 month, buried 11th July 1905, by Reverend John Hatton

 

James Charles HUNT, aged 18 years, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, buried 13th March 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Percy James HUNTLEY, aged 0 years, the son of W. Huntley, Royal Garrison Regiment, 1903

 

Edward John HURCUM, 6023, Private, Somerset Light Infantry, aged 29 years, died in the Military Hospital at Zabbar, of enteric fever, 27th February 1911

 

Charles HURREN, aged 22 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 31st January 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

Anthony Albert HUTCHINSON, 298501, Royal Air Force, serving on HMS Ark Royal, 4th November 1919, aged 32 years. The son of George and Alice Hutchinson, of Limerick, Ireland

 

James HUTCHINSON, aged 33 years, Private, Medical Staff Corps, buried 10th February 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

Joseph Henry HUTCHINSON, aged 1 month, the son of J. Hutchinson, King's Own Regiment, buried 7th July 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

Eliza HUTTON, the daughter of Sergeant A. Hutton, Royal Artillery, 27th December 1884

 

Florence Hilda IEVER, aged 1 year 10 months, buried 5th April 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

Valentine INGHAM, aged 1 year 1 month, the son of a soldier in the Welsh Regiment, buried 15th March 1890, by Reverend W.S. Randall

 

Gertrude Florence Bessie INKSTER, aged 2 years 8 months, the daughter of Bandmaster Frederick Inkster, Royal West Surrey Regiment, died 27th August 1892

 

Joseph ISDELL, Royal Irish Rifles, aged 22 years, buried 23rd April 1892

 

IVES, stillborn baby of CQMS Ives, Royal Artillery, 1898

 

Mary IVES, aged 36 years, the wife of CQMS Charles Ives, Royal Artillery, 1898

 

R. JACKSON, 1517, Corporal, 4th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 11th June 1915, aged 37 years. Buried by Reverend E. Edmonds-Smith C.F.

 

Verity Monica JACOBS, aged 7 months, the daughter of Private W. Jacobs, 1st Battalion, Royal Lancashire Regiment, buried 19th September 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

H.P. JAMES, aged 6 months, died 1903

 

J.C. JAMES, Private, The Queen’s Regiment, 26th July 1892

 

Heinrich H.W. JANZEN, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 33 years, buried 26th April 1918

 

Bertram G. JARRETT, aged 2 days, died at St.Clements, the son of Master Gunner W. Jarrett, Royal Artillery, died 11th February 1890

 

George JARRETT, Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 29 years, 1906

 

Gertrude M. JARRETT, the daughter of Master Gunner W. Jarrett, Royal Artillery, 18th March 1890

 

Jane G. JARRETT, aged 37 days, the daughter of a soldier in the Royal Artillery, buried 19th March 1890

 

A. JAY, 1770, Private, buried 29th November 1888

 

Sidney JEFFREYS, Lance-Corporal, 1st Battalion, Bedford Regiment, aged 20 years, died in Cottonera Hospital 23rd September 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

Christina Mary JELLIFFE, aged 11 months, the daughter of Lance Corporal Jelliffe, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, buried 16th August 1898, by Reverend E.C. Barton, Wesleyan Minister

 

Robert H. JENKINS, aged 2 hours, died at Santa Margherita, the son of a solider in the Border Regiment, buried 30th January 1890

 

Maria Stephen JENNINGS, the wife of Corporal W. Jennings, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, aged 30 years, buried 21st August 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

William Ernest JENNINGS, aged 5 months, the son of Corporal W. Jennings, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, buried 7th August 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Albert William JOHNS, the son of Sergeant Alfred Johns, Royal Artillery, 12th March 1884

 

JONES, stillborn child, buried 26th February 1904, by Reverend Peverley Dodd

 

Frank James JONES, the son of Gunner Jones, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 1 day, buried 27th September 1905, by Reverend Edward Reid, Wesleyan Minister

 

Herbert JONES, 8313, Private, 2nd Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment, 7th August 1914

 

John JONES, Private, aged 23 years, Welsh Regiment, at San Francesco Barracks, buried 11th September 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

John JONES, 3407, aged 23 years, Private, 4th King’s Own Regiment, died 23rd June 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

Roland George JONES, the son of Charles Jones, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 3 months, buried 29th June 1904, by Reverend Loxley, Wesleyan Minister

 

Thomas JONES, aged 28 years, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, buried 19th October 1896, by Reverend Maurice Jones

 

Hannah JUDE, aged 30 years, the wife of Sergeant J. Jude, Suffolk Regiment, died 23rd February 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

Marguerite Hilda JUKES, aged 1 year, the daughter of Corporal Jukes, Royal Artillery, buried 5th July 1901, by Reverend Raymond

 

Michael KAPUST, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 32 years, died 11th January 1918

 

Edith Elizabeth Muriel KEITLEY, aged 4 months 2 weeks, the daughter of a soldier in the Gloucestershire Regiment, buried 7th August 1895, by Reverend F.G. Wright

 

Thomas Rushton KELLEY, Private, 295291, Royal Army Service Corps, 22nd February 1920, aged 27 years. The son of Thomas and Ada Kelley, and husband of Florence Kelley, all of Manchester

 

John KELLY, aged 22 years 4 months, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, buried 11th August 1896, by Reverend Maurice Jones

 

Ada Marion KEMPTON, aged 1 year 7 months, the daughter of Sergeant Kempton, Hampshire Regiment, buried 21st July 1904, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

Cyril Ewart KEMPTON, aged 15 weeks, the son of Sergeant J. Kempton, Hampshire Regiment, buried 1st July 1905, by Reverend John Hatton

 

Walter Robert KENT, stillborn baby of Bombardier Kent, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 15th May 1907

 

Alfred Clyde KERR, aged 13 months,  the son of T. Kerr, Seaforth Highlanders, buried 13th June 1898, by Reverend Chapman, Presbyterian Minister

 

J.S. KINEY, aged 23 years, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, buried 21st December 1893

 

Alice Mary KING, the wife of Sergeant John King, 3rd August 1881

 

Charles Henry KING, the son of Henry King, aged 3 years, 1887

 

Florence KING, aged ten months, Bedford Regiment, died at Verdala, buried 17th August 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

Grace KING, aged 11 months, the daughter of Lance Corporal King, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 18th July 1902, by Reverend Peverley Dodd

  

Karl KIPPERT, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 24 years, buried 1st May 1918

 

Wilhelm Te LAAK, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 31 years, died 4th November 1918

 

E. LAMPSHIRE, Private, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, buried 23rd May 1886

 

Samuel LAWRENCE, Gunner, Royal Artillery, 19th September 1885

 

Allan LEACH, the son of Sergeant W. Leach, King’s Royal Rifles, aged 0 years, died 1909

 

Gerald LEACH, the son of Lieutenant James Leach, Royal Garrison Artillery, 14th May 1914

 

Albert LEEMAN, aged 7 months, the son of a soldier in the Sherwood Foresters, buried 27th October 1898, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Gladys Pearl Augusta LEES, aged 9 months, the daughter of Sergeant Lees, 64th North Staffordshire Regiment, 1893, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Evelyn Stella LEIGH, the daughter of Alfred Leigh, aged 5 months 2 weeks, died 14th October 1907, by Reverend T. Brook

 

James Henry LEVITT, the son of Corporal A. Levitt, Royal Artillery, aged 1 year, 3rd June 1889

 

Elizabeth LEWIS, aged 18 months, the daughter of Robert Lewis, Welsh Fusiliers, buried 22nd June 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

Evan LEWIS, Private, aged 22 years, Welsh Regiment, drowned when his boat capsized, Sunday 25th May 1890

 

Francis Stanley LEWIS, aged 3 months, the son of R.J. Lewis, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, buried 9th March 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

Gladys May LEYLAND, aged 3 months, buried 6th January 1906, by Reverend W.C. Haines C.F.

 

August LIEGHT, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, buried 4th June 1885

 

Charles LISLE, Private, 2nd Battalion, Manchester Regiment, 9th April 1882

 

Mary Ann LITTLEJOHN, aged 1 year 1 month, the daughter of Sergeant Littlejohn, 1st Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, buried 30th July 1895, by Reverend G.A. Sim

 

Gilbert LLOYD, aged 21 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 2nd November 1895, by Reverend Edwin Bottrill

 

James R. LOCK, aged 1 year, the son of Sergeant Lock, Malta Prison Service, 1st September 1910

 

Karl L. LOHSEN, German Prisoner-of-War, died 13th February 1916, aged 19 years

 

P.J. LOVE, 8051, Staff-Sergeant, H.E. Viceroy’s Band, India, 17th November 1919

 

Jessie LOW, aged 30 years, the wife of Sergeant James G. Low, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, buried 11th September 1869

 

LUFF, stillborn child, of Lance Sergeant Luff, buried 30th June 1904

 

William Robert LYLE, Master Tailor, Royal Artillery, 30th September 1869

 

William Robert LYLE, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 27 years 11 months, buried 3rd September 1897, by Presbyterian Minister

 

Edward Charles LYNE, aged 7 months, the son of Private Lyne, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 27th July 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

Frances Maude LYNE, aged 0 years, the daughter of Private Lyne, 1st Royal Garrison Regiment, died 13th June 1901

 

William Smith McCLUCKE, Sapper, Royal Engineers, aged 25 years, died 1911

 

James Herbert McDERMOTT, aged 3 years 9 months, the son of Gunner McDermott, Royal Artillery, died 7th September 1896, by Reverend M. Jones

 

John Duncan McDONALD, aged 25years, Private, Royal Artillery, buried 19th November 1898, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Andrew MACFARLANE, Lance-Sergeant, Black Watch, 13th October 1876

 

D. McGREGOR, aged 24 years, Corporal, 1st Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders, buried 20th August 1897, by Presbyterian Minister

 

David MacINTOSH, Gunner, Royal Highlanders, aged 33 years, 3rd April 1910

 

Margaret Jane McKEE, aged 1 year 4 months, 48th Regiment, buried 14th July 1870

 

Wallace McLEAN, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, 14th October 1879

 

Ellen Crawford McNEIL, aged 12 days, the daughter of Colour Sergeant S. McNeil, Highland Light Infantry, buried 4th April 1895, by Reverend C.A. Sim

 

Neil Alexander McPHEE, aged 8 months, the son of Private McPhee, Highland Light Infantry, died 20th March 1895, by Reverend G.A. Sim

 

Edward Gordon McPHERSON, aged 25 years 6 months, 1st Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders, buried 9th September 1897, by Reverend G.A. Sim

 

Elizabeth McREYNOLDS, aged 39 years, the wife of Sergeant McReynolds, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 5th May 1902, by Reverend Chapman

 

James McREYNOLDS, aged 40 years, Sergeant, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 2nd May 1902, by Reverend Chapman

 

Lilian May MACHAM, aged 10 years, the daughter of Bombardier H. Macham, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 17th June 1907, by Reverend T. Brook

 

Annie Melita MACKAY, aged 13 months, the daughter of John Mackay, Royal Engineers, buried 7th October 1899, by Reverend Maurice Jones

 

Stewart MAGEE, Private, Royal Irish Regiment, aged 24 years, buried 18th August 1892

 

Charles MANDERS, Private, North Staffordshire Regiment, aged 25 years, died 13th December 1893

 

Adam MANDERSTON, Private, Cameron Highlanders, aged 19 years, 1893

 

John Edward MANN, Private, aged 19 years 11 months, Royal West Surrey Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital 3rd August 1892

 

William MANNING, 1st Battalion, Bedford Regiment, aged 23 years, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 10th May 1891, by Reverend J. Scandrett Edwards

 

W. MANSBRIDGE, aged 2 months 9 days, died at St. Francis Barracks, buried 11th January 1891, by Reverend Windross, Wesleyan Minister

 

Charles MARSH, Private, Royal Berkshire Regiment, aged 26 years, died 21st December 1892

 

Elizabeth MARSHALL, the wife of Staff-Sergeant A.Marshall, Medical Corps, 5th October 1884

 

Samuel James MARSHALL, aged 2 years 3 months, the son of Sergeant Marshall, Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 9th December 1902, by Reverend Chapman, Presbyterian Minister

 

William MARSHALL, Sergeant, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 36 years,

buried 1st May 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

George MARTEN, aged 21 years, North Staffordshire Regiment, buried 28th July 1893

 

Eva MARTIN, the daughter of Sergeant Martin, 27th December 1889

 

George Henry MARTIN, Corporal, Royal West Surrey Regiment, aged 24 years, died 30th December 1892

 

Richard MASON, North Staffordshire Regiment, aged 22 years, died 1894

 

William MASTERTON, Private, Inniskilling Fusiliers, 19th August 1887

 

Grace Mabel MASTIN, aged 4 months, the daughter of Sergeant Mastin, Highland Light Infantry, buried 21st May 1895, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

John MATE, aged 20 years, Private, North Staffordshire Regiment, buried 5th September 1895, by Reverend F.G. Wright

 

J. MATHER, 278678, Private, Royal Army Service Corps, 21st February 1920, aged 36 years. The son of James Mather and husband of Alice Mather, of Knutsford, Cheshire

 

Ambrose Ashley MATTHEWS, 9820, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 15th December 1914 in the Military Hospital at Cottonera, aged 36 years. The son of Henry and Elizabeth Matthews of Shanklin, Isle of Wight

 

Caroline Jane MATTHEWS, aged 33 years, the wife of Sergeant Matthews, Gloucestershire Regiment, buried 16th November 1895, by Reverend F.G. Wright

 

Anne Jane MEAD, the wife of Sergeant Mead, 16th September 1877

 

Mary Jane MEAD, the daughter of Sergeant Mead, 29th September 1877

 

William MEESON, Sergeant, North Staffordshire Regiment, buried 29th May 1894, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Edith Elizabeth MERRITT, aged 16 years 8 months, the daughter of S.W. Merritt, Army Service Corps, died 4th May 1901, by Reverend W.G. Howard

 

Winifred Alexandra MEW, aged 7 months, the daughter of Colour Sergeant Mew, buried 19th April 1904, by Reverend B.W. Stothert, C.F.

 

Ernest MIDDLETON, aged 1 year, the son of CSM James Middleton, Royal Engineers, 17th November 1889

 

George MILES, Lance Corporal, Hampshire Regiment, aged 22 years, buried 22nd June 1904, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

William Frederick MILLARD, Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 33 years, 8th September 1911

 

Daisy MILLER, aged 15 months, the daughter of Sergeant Major Miller, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 5th September 1900, by Reverend Wetherall

 

Edward MILLER, Private, Essex Regiment, aged 24 years, 30th April 1887

 

William Thomas MILLER, aged 15 months, the son of Bombardier Miller, Royal Artillery, died 8th June 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Francis W. MILLICHAP, Drummer, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 18th June 1884

 

George MILLS, Sapper, Royal Engineers, aged 27 years, 28th Company R.E., died in Cottonera Hospital on 24th March 1909

 

James MILLS, aged 41 years, Highland Light Infantry, buried 25th September 1895, by Reverend Edwin Bottrill

 

William H. MILLS, aged 5 months, Essex Regiment, buried 27th April 1893

 

Frederick William MILNER, aged 1 year 4 months, the son of Frank Milner, died in Cottonera Hospital on 11th February 1891, by Reverend Elphinstone Rivers

 

William E. MILNER, the son of Frank Milner, 5th October 1887

 

George MITCHELL, 6712, Private, Royal Sussex Regiment, aged 39 years 9 months, died 31st August 1905, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

Mabel M. MOLE, aged nine months, Bedford Regiment, died at Verdala, buried 11th August 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

John MONTGOMERY, aged 2 years 10 months, the sonof John Montgomery, Cameron Highlanders, buried 18th October 1893, by Reverend J. Cowper

 

Kathleen Florence MOORE, aged 2 days, the daughter of Gunner Moore, Royal Artillery, buried 30th November 1895, by Reverend George Smith

 

H. MOULDER, aged 20 years, Welsh Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 6th November 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

Mabel Irene MUIR, aged 4 months, the daughter of Sergeant Muir, 1st Royal Garrison Regiment, buried 15th June 1901, by Reverend Raymond

 

Thomas Jack MUIRHEAD, aged 4 years, the son of Sergeant Muirhead, 1st Battalion, Argyle & Sutherland Highlanders, died 1909

 

William MURPHY, aged 5 days, the son of Sergeant Murphy, Derbyshire Regiment, buried 17th December 1898, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

George Dennis NAGLE, aged 9 months, the son of Private Nagle, died 26th March 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Alfred NAILOR, aged 25 years, Private, Royal Fusiliers, buried 17th December 1898, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Stephen NEWTON, Private, 38th Regiment, 7th December 1880

 

Ernest Hussen NOLLER, the son of William Noller, Royal West Kent Regiment, 5th September 1889

 

James S. NOWELL, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 24 years, 1910

 

George NURSE, aged 21 years, Private, 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, buried 11th November 1895, by Reverend F.G. Wright

 

Ernest O’CONNELL, aged 0 years, the son of Sergeant O’Connell, 1st Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, 1894

 

George Pryce OLIVER, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 21 years, 1913

 

Duncan ORR, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 25 years 11 months, buried 4th September 1905, by Reverend Stewart, Presbyterian Minister

 

Leonard E. OSBORNE, aged 0 years, the son of Sergeant Osborne, Royal Artillery, died 1906

 

Thomas OSBOURNE, aged 5 months, the son of Sergeant W.J. Osbourne, Royal Artillery, buried 8th June 1898

 

Crispin Edward OWEN, 52705, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, 22nd Februry 1920, aged 27 years. The son of Robert and Alice Owen, and husband of Isabella Owen all of Wallasey, Cheshire

 

Joseph PARKIN, 2975, Drummer, 3rd Battalion, City of London Regiment, died 9th January 1915 in Military Hospital at Cottonera

 

William J. PASSEY, aged 0 years, the son of Sergeant Passey, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, 1906

 

Richard PAVETT, aged 2 months, the son of Colour Sergeant Pavett, Worcestershire Regiment, died 2nd December 1896, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

John PAWSEY, Private, Suffolk Regiment, aged 21 years, buried 27th April 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

Francis PAYNE, aged 24 years, King's Own Regiment, buried 24th April 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

R. PAYNE, aged 32 years 10 months. M.S.C., Cottonera Hospital, buried 12th March 1890

 

Frederick Ernest PEACH, Private, North Staffordshire Regiment, aged 29 years, 13th November 1894

 

Nelson PEEL , 96118, Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, 20th February 1920

 

William PEGRAM, Private, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 35 years, buried 27th October 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Henry PEMBERTON, Private, Royal Welch Fusiliers, aged 25 years, died 8th March 1897

 

PENNICOTT, stillborn baby, of Private Pennicott, buried 9th February 1896

 

Edith PEPPERS, aged 16 months, Connaught Rangers, died at Verdala, buried 2nd July 1891, by Reverend R.F. M'Leod

 

Albert PHILLIPS, Private, Somerset Regiment, aged 23 years, 7th August 1910

 

Daniel PHILLIPS, Rifleman, Rifle Brigade, aged 21 years 1 month, buried 21st December 1906, by Reverend T. Brook

 

Lillie Florence PHILLIPS, aged 15 months, the daughter of Sergeant J. Phillips, Highland Light Infantry, buried 7th October 1895, by Reverend G.A. Sim

 

John Ernest PICKERING, Gunner, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years 9 months, buried 7th June 1893

 

Marchant PIERCE, Gunner, 102 Company, Royal Garrison Artillery, at Fort Tigne, buried 21st May 1909

 

Elizabeth R. PINDER, the daughter of Gunner Pinder, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 0 years, 1912

 

George Ernest PINDER, the son of Gunner Pinder, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 0 years, 1912

 

Sarah Anne PLANE, aged 31 years, the wife of Sergeant-Major W. Plane, 7th December 1888

 

William Ernest PLANE, aged 0 years, the son of Sergeant-Major W. Plane, 21st November 1888

 

William J. PLASSEY, aged 4 months, the son of Sergeant Plassey, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, buried 2nd August 1906, by Reverend Haines

 

William POCOCK, Private, aged 25 years, buried 4th April 1889

 

Alice Eliza POLLETT, aged 32 years, the wife of Staff-Sergeant A.C. Pollett, Medical Staff Corps, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 16th September 1890, by Reverend Windross, Wesleyan Minister

 

Edward V. POLLETT, aged 3 months, died in Cottonera Hospital, the son of Staff-Sergeant A.C. Pollett, Medical Staff, died 14th May 1890

 

Herbert PORTER, Private, 3rd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, aged 30 years, buried 14th March 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Charles William POWELL, 5758, Corporal, Royal Sussex Regiment, aged 27 years, died 8th August 1905

 

P.G. POWYS HILL, Major, 1st Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, 9th June 1915

 

Kathleen Hannah Emma PRENTICE, the daughter of Corporal E. Prentice, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, buried 2nd June 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

A.W. PRIGMORE, 22539, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, 18th March 1915

 

Robert PRINCE, Major, Kings Shropshire Light Infantry, 14th May 1884

 

Edwin PULLEN, 10204, Private, 2nd Battalion, Scottish Rifles, died 4th September 1912, aged 22 years, as a result of an accident. He chased a pigeon on the bastions but fell, broke his thigh, and died in Cottonera Hospital from his injuries and shock. His tombstone incorrectly shows his Christian name as Edward

 

  

Edwin Pullen, photos provided by the Pullen family

 

Edmund G. RAMSEY, the son of CSM Ramsey, 26th June 1881

 

William John RANSOM, aged 19 years, Private, Suffolk Regiment, buried 25th October 1897, by Reverend Parr

 

Ralph RATCLIFFE, Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 34 years 4 months, buried 24th May 1906, by Reverend Rees, Wesleyan Minister

 

Arthur Thomas RAWLINGS, Corporal, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 36 years, buried 25th July 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

George RAWSEY, no trade, aged 20 years 3 months, buried 24th April 1904, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

George Ernest READ, aged 6 months, the son of C. Read, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment, buried 10th July 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

Victor Lawrence READ, aged 2 years 1 month, the son of C. Read, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment, buried 7th July 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

Alf REEVES, aged 23 years, 1st Battalion, Bedford Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 5th November 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

Walter Lawrence REEVES, aged 4 months, the son of Sergeant Reeves, 4th King's Regiment, buried 21st October 1897, by Reverend George Smith

 

Allan REID, aged 30 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 24th November 1898, by Reverend G.A. Sim

 

Edward REID, Private, 2nd Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment, aged 22 years, 16th March 1911

 

Sarah RICHARDS, the wife of Sergeant J. C. Richards, aged 37 years, died 11th September 1903

 

Annie E. RIDDELL, the daughter of John Riddell, 6th October 1888

 

Gertrude A. RIDDELL, the daughter of John Riddell, 27th July 1888

 

Frederick John RIDGLEY, 14994, Private, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, 27th March 1915, aged 23 years. The son of John and Ellen Ridgley of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

 

Edith Esther RIDING, the daughter of Sergeant J. Riding, Royal Artillery, 19th February 1888

 

Harriet RIDING, aged 6 days, the daughter of Colour Sergeant Riding, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, died 9th December 1896, by Reverend George Smith

 

Margerite RIDINGS, the daughter of C.S. Ridings, Welsh Fusiliers, 9th December 1897

 

Herbert ROE, Private, aged 21 years 7 months, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, died at St. Angelo, buried 11th September 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

Robert/Herbert ROE, Private, aged 21 years 7 months, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, died at St. Angelo, buried 11th September 1890

 

James ROSS, Lance-Corporal, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, died 4th March 1897

 

John Sydney ROWBOTTOM, Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 33 years, 15th September 1912

 

Albert William ROWE, aged 0 years, the son of CSM Rowe, Royal Engineers, died 8th July 1905

 

Edward ROWE, the son of Staff Sergeant Rowe, Royal Engineers, aged 12 hours, buried 11th November 1906, by Reverend J.H. Baynham

 

Robert RUDD, aged 4 years 11 days, the son of Colour Sergeant Robert Rudd, Royal West Surrey Regiment, died 14th January 1892

 

Herbert William RUDLAND, aged 21 years, Lance Corporal, Suffolk Regiment, buried 1st January 1898, by Reverend George Smith

  

Frank SAIGENT, aged 1 year 3 months, the son of Medical Staff Corps member, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 3rd July 1890, by Reverend Windross, Wesleyan Minister

 

Frederick SALISBURY, 57715, Private, 1st Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 13th April 1920

 

William SAVAGE, aged 19 years, Corporal, Royal West Kent Regiment, buried 4th July 1900, by Reverend Wetherall

 

Charles John SAYERS, the son of Edward Sayers, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 27th July 1883

 

J. SAYS, aged 25 years, Royal Artillery, buried 8th January 1892, by Reverend J. Scandrett Edwards

 

Alice Gertrude Marion SCARFF, aged 6 hours, the daughter of a soldier in the Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 10th March 1902, by Reverend Tripp

 

Rommer SCHMIDT, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 38 years, died 6th November 1918

 

Birdie Melita SCHOFIELD, the daughter of Schoolmaster Schofield, 2nd Battalion, King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 8th August 1885

 

J. SCOTT, aged 25 years, Private, Rifle Brigade, buried 14th October 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

Claude A. SEMMENCE, the son of Master Tailor C. Semmence, Royal West Kent Regiment, 31st October 1889

 

John William SHAFTANS, Colour-Sergeant, North Staffordshire Regiment, buried 11th July 1893, by Reverend J. Laverack, Methodist Minister

 

Arthur William SHEARER, aged 10 months, the son of William Shearer, Lancaster Regiment, died 29th June 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

George William SHEARER, aged 0 years, the son of Colour Sergeant Shearer, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Regiment, died 19th July 1905

 

Herbert Falconer SHELTON, 72034, Corporal, Royal Engineers, 20th May 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Isabella and the late Frederick Bull Shelton

 

J. SHEPPARD, aged 24 years, Bedford Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 12th May 1890

 

Gwendoline May SHOLL, aged 4 months, the daughter of Sergeant Sholl, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 5th September 1900, by Reverend Wetherall

 

Alicia SIMMONDS, aged 1 year 2 months, Royal Irish Rifles, buried 16th May 1892, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Sarah Amelia SIMPSON, aged 25 years, the wife of Colour Sergeant Simpson, Highland Light Infantry, buried 24th June 1895, by Reverend G.A. Sim

 

Archer SKINNER, aged 19 years 5 months, Private, Dorset Regiment, buried 23rd September 1897, by Reverend George Smith

 

Emil SKORA, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 31 years, died 15th October 1918

 

Rosina SLATER, aged 28 years, the wife of William Slater, buried 29th September 1895, by Reverend F.G. Wright

 

Alfred J. SMALL, aged 20 years 3 months, Border Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 4th February 1890

 

Mrs SMITH, the wife of Master Gunner Smith. They occupied quarters at the Lighthouse, Delimara. On Saturday, 18th, she was lighting a fire and poured benzin on it. There was an explosion and her clothes were immediately ablaze. Her husband rushed into the room and managed to extinguish the flames. She was taken to Cottonera Hospital where she died Tuesday, 21st, from the effects of shock. She left a husband and five young children

 

Bernard Neale SMITH, aged 9 weeks, the son of Staff Sergeant Smith, Royal Engineers, buried 24th June 1900, by Reverend Wetherall

 

C. SMITH, aged 27 years, Royal Artillery, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 11th November 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

Ernest SMITH, aged 23 years, Private, North Staffordshire Regiment, buried 27th June 1894, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Harry SMITH, aged 20 years, Private, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, buried 22nd December 1898, by Reverend Barton, Wesleyan Minister

 

James SMITH, aged 20 years 9 months, 1st Battalion, Royal Lancashire Regiment, buried 17th August 1896, by Reverend George Smith

 

Joseph SMITH, the son of Sergeant Charles Smith, Yorkshire Regiment, 3rd August 1884

 

Sarah SMITH, the daughter of Sergeant Charles Smith, Yorkshire Regiment, 16th August 1884

 

William Albert SMITH, aged 23 years, Lance Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 7th December 1898, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

William Andrew SMITH, aged 29 years, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 20th October 1897, by Reverend O.S. Watkins, Wesleyan Minister

 

William SNEDDON, Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 28 years, 1908

 

Albert Edward SPARROW, aged 19 weeks, the son of C.S. Sparrow, Gymnastic Staff, buried 12th October 1904, by Reverend L.A. Hughes C.F.

 

Clara M. SPEARS, the daughter of Staff Sergeant Spears, Army Service Corps, buried 3rd May 1896, by Reverend G.A. Sim

 

William SPENCE, Private, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, aged 26 years, buried 6th February 1893

 

John SPENCER, Master Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 37 years, 19th August 1911

 

William Frederick SPICE, 7511, Private, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, aged 19 years, 15th February 1905

 

William SPINKS, the son of Corporal Spinks, 1st Battalion, Royal Lancashire Regiment, aged 1 year, buried 10th October 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Ellen STANFIELD, aged 4 months, the daughter of Sergeant Stanfield, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 5th June 1900, by Reverend R.D. Lewis, Chaplain, R.N.

 

Harry STEVENS, aged 21 years, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment, buried 15th June 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

Henry Robert STEVENSON, aged 26 years, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment, buried 18th May 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

John STEVENSON, Private, Royal Irish Regiment, aged 25 years, died 11th May 1892

 

Charles STIRLAND, aged 29 years, Private, King's Own Lancaster Regiment, buried 27th July 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

J. STRANGE, Private, buried 15th May 1881

 

Alexander H. STUART, Drummer, Black Watch, 7th June 1886

 

William George STUDD, aged 29 years, Corporal, Medical Staff Corps, died 4th January 1895, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Leslie SULLIVAN, aged 1 year 3 months, died at St.Angelo, the son of a soldier in the Essex Regiment, buried 10th February 1890

 

SULLIVAN, stillborn child of Lance-Sergeant Sullivan, Military Foot Police, 4 Marguerita Street, Cospicua, buried 14th May 1909

 

John SUTTER, aged 22 years, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 26th February 1900, by Reverend Pentreath

 

Thomas SUTTON, Private, 61st Regiment, 16th April 1880

 

R. SWEET, Private, 1st Battalion, Devonshire Regiment, 18th July 1909

 

Frederick TAYLOR, aged 19 years, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, buried 12th September 1894, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Frederick H. TAYLOR, the son of Corporal Taylor, 14th July 1890

 

George TAYLOR, L/Corporal, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, died 2nd July 1901, by Reverend Randall

 

Joseph T. TAYLOR, aged 8 months, the son of Corporal Taylor, Bedford Regiment, buried 5th July 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

William Elliott TAYLOR, aged 23 years 6 months, Private, 5th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, buried 17th January 1901, by Reverend Howard

 

(Edith) Nellie Rachel THEOBALD, aged 2 years 11 months, the daughter of Sergeant Theobald, Royal West Kent Regiment, buried 5th March 1901, by Reverend Baines

 

D. THOMAS, aged 40 years, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 14th April 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

Daniel Morgan THOMAS, 2nd Lieutenant, Egyptian Labour Corps, 17th November 1919, aged 36 years. The son of Daniel and Barbara Thomas of Cardiff, Wales

 

William R. THOMAS, 7832, Private, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, aged 21 years 1 month, buried 26th November 1904, by Reverend John Hatton

 

William THOMAS, 5678, Sergeant, Royal Lancashire Regiment, died 20th August 1903

 

Ellen THOMPSON, aged 3 years 10 months, the daughter of Sergeant Thomas Thompson, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, buried 30th June 1870

 

Evelyn (Eliza) May THOMSON, aged 1 year, the daughter of Gunner Thomson, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1911

 

George THORN, 25954, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 19 years 5 months, buried 7th November 1907, by Reverend T. Brook

 

William THOROGOOD, Private, aged 21 years, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 23rd August 1890 in Cottonera Hospital, by Reverend Windross, Wesleyan Minister

 

Winifred Mary THORPE, aged 4 days, the daughter of Private Thorpe, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, buried 13th March 1906, by Reverend W.C. Haines

 

John R. THRWED ? , aged 7 days, Royal West Surrey Regiment, buried 21st January 1892

 

Edmond THURTON, aged 32 years, Gunner, Royal Artillery, buried 18th February 1899, by Reverend G.A. Sim

 

John TIDBALL, Sapper, Royal Engineers, 5th December 1913

 

John TIPPING, aged 33 years 6 months, Private, Royal Garrison Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 18th November 1901, by Reverend Randall

 

Henry TODD, aged 23 years, Private, Rifle Brigade, buried 4th November 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

Robert TODD, Private, Lancashire Fusiliers, 14th September 1899

 

Edwin TOLLEY, aged 21 years, Private, Worcestershire Regiment, buried 31st July 1896, by Reverend George Smith

 

Susan B. TOMALIN, the wife of Sergeant A.W. Tomalin, 18th April 1886

 

John Edward TOOGOOD, the son of QMS J.C. Toogood, 11th June 1883

 

George D. TOPP, aged 19 years, Private, Dorset Regiment, buried 7th April 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

James Henry TOWERS, aged 23 years, Private, Worcestershire Regiment, buried 1st July 1896, by Reverend E. Paske Smith

 

Frank TRAYNOR, Bandsman, West Yorkshire Regiment, aged 22 years, 3rd January 1913

 

George TREADWELL, Lance Corporal, Manchester Regiment, 17th November 1881

 

TREMP, stillborn baby of W.G. Tremp, Royal Sussex Regiment

 

Dorothy TUBB, the daughter of Corporal Tubb, Royal Engineers, aged 0 years, 1910

 

Gladys TUGMAN, aged 11 months, the daughter of Colour Sergeant Tugman, North Staffordshire Regiment, buried 24th December 1894, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

E. TURLEY, 16403, Private, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, 7th June 1915, aged 17 years. The son of Harriet and Enoch Turley of Brierley Hill, Staffordshire

 

Florence Edith TURNER, aged 2 days, the daughter of Sergeant Turner, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, buried 14th September 1896, by Reverend O.S. Watkins

 

James TYRRELL, 2287, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 24 years 1 month, buried 22nd February 1905, by Reverend John Hatton

 

Friedrich Van Der HEYDEN, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 40 years, buried 18th October 1918

 

Leslie John H. VIVIAN, aged 0 years, the son of Colour-Sergeant Vivian, Royal Garrison Regiment, died 28th July 1901

 

Albert Edward VOKES, aged 23 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, buried 28th December 1898, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Arthur VOLKER, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 36 years, buried 5th October 1918

 

George VOLLER, Bandmaster, East Kent Regiment, buried 9th April 1885

 

John VOLLERS, Chief Steward, German Prisoner-of-War, aged 51 years, died 28th October 1916

 

H. WAINWRIGHT, aged 21 years, Bedford Regiment, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 24th September 1890, by Reverend C.A. Rosser

 

Mary Flora WAKEFORD, aged 3 months, Royal West Surrey Regiment, buried 2nd October 1892, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

John WALKDEN, Private, Lancashire Fusiliers, aged 21 years, died 21st August 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Alexander Adam WALKER, Private, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, aged 28 years. Died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 6th March 1893

 

Ruth WALLIS, aged 0 years, the daughter of Sergeant Wallis, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 15th August 1904

 

William WALSH, Private, 101 Royal Bengal Fusiliers, buried 5th July 1877

 

Sidney C. WALTER, aged 1 year, the son of Sergeant Walter, King’s Royal Rifles, 10th June 1909

 

Ellen Jane WALTERS, the daughter of Sergeant George Walters, 18th March 1885

 

Emily Caroline WALTERS, the wife of Sergeant C. Walters, Royal Artillery, 5th October 1885

 

Alice Rosina Kate WALTON, aged 2 months, the daughter of Colour Sergeant Walton, Northumberland Fusiliers, buried 22nd June 1900, by Reverend Wetherall

 

Frank WARD, 5021, Private, West Yorkshire Regiment, aged 36 years, 1912

 

James WARD, Sergeant, Bedfordshire Regiment, aged 26 years, died 29th July 1890

 

Thomas WARD, aged 29 years, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, buried 23rd April 1900, by Reverend H.A. Caryl

 

Bertram Cecil WARNER, the son of Sergeant J. Warner, Royal Artillery, 26th March 1885

 

Ernest Leopold WARNER, the son of Sergeant J. Warner, Royal Artillery, 24th March 1885

 

Arthur WARSLEY, Private, buried 12th December 1880

 

Ellen WATTS, the daughter of Sergeant Seth Watts, 101 RBF, 17th April 1877

 

Frederick Lancelot Dudley WATTS, the son of Schoolmistress and Sergeant Watts, buried 4th July 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

Robert William WAYMAN, aged 1 year, the son of Sergeant Wayman, Rifle Brigade, died 26th November 1899, by Reverend M. Jones

 

Nina Adela WEALE, aged 3 months, the daughter of Sergeant Weale, East Surrey Regiment, died 17th September 1894, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Mary WEALE, aged 29 years, died 10th July 1894, the wife of Sergeant Weale, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

Edward Albert WEBB, aged 19 years, Private, Royal Sussex Regiment, buried 13th January 1900, by Reverend R.D. Lewis, Chaplain, R.N.

 

Wilhelm WEBER, German Prisoner-of-War, died 5th November 1916, aged 39 years

 

James WELCH, Private, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 33 years, buried 25th January 1904, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

William WELLER, Lance-Corporal, Royal West Surrey Regiment, aged 23 years, buried 14th November 1892

 

George WELLS, aged 7 weeks, the son of Sergeant Wells, Royal Artillery, buried 26th October 1898, by Reverend George Smith

 

Alfred WEST, 1881, Royal Berkshire Regiment, aged 26 years, died 18th November 1892

 

Edward WEST, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, died 12th September 1894, aged 39 years, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

T.H. WEST, Schoolmaster, Royal Army Education Corps, died 8th February 1905. His funeral was held on 10th. All the schools closed for that afternoon, and all the schoolmasters attended the funeral, as well as representatives from the various regiments. The children of the Elder School, Ricasoli, led the singing and an organ was transported to the cemetery for this occasion. The service was carried out by the Reverend John Hatton, Senior Chaplain to the Forces. He left a widow and seven children

 

Beatrice WHITE, aged 0 years, the daughter of G. White, Highland Light Infantry, 1895

 

Edgar G. WHITE, aged 3 months, the son of Sergeant J. White, Royal Artillery, buried 2nd October 1892, by Reverend J. Laverack, Wesleyan Minister

 

William Henry WHITEHEAD, aged 24 years, Private, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Regiment, buried 10th December 1898

 

Henry John WHITEWOOD, Private, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 34 years, buried 1903, by Reverend Peverley Dodd

 

Thomas WHITFIELD, Private, 2nd Battalion, Devonshire Regiment, aged 22 years, 27th October 1910

 

Edith WHITMORE, aged 3 months, the daughter of Gunner Whitmore, Royal Artillery, buried 3rd February 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Gladys Mabel WILLEY, the daughter of Sergeant G. Willey, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 8 months, buried 8th November 1903, by Reverend Jellicoe

 

George WILLIAM, Sergeant, Royal West Kent Regiment, 6th December 1884

 

Charles Foster WILLIAMS, Staff Sergeant Major, Army Service Corps, aged 42 years 2 months, buried 14th May 1907, by Reverend T. Brook

 

Frederick Ernest WILLIAMS, aged 5 months, the son of Sergeant Williams, Royal Engineers, buried 4th October 1897, by Reverend George Smith

 

John Edwin WILLIAMS, the son of John Williams, King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 30th May 1885

 

Mary (Margaret) Ann WILLIAMS, aged 29 years 8 months, the wife of Albert James (Francis) Williams, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, buried 21st August 1897, by Reverend T.H. Foulkes

 

Minot WILLIAMS, aged 10 minutes, the son of Colour Sergeant Williams, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, buried 7th June 1899, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Betty Louisa WILSON, aged 6 weeks, the daughter of Private Wilson, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, buried 30th April 1894, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

John WILSON, Royal Artillery, aged 20 years, buried 12th January 1892

 

William Richard WINGROVE, Private, North Staffordshire Regiment, aged 20 years, buried 5th February 1895, by Reverend Bottrill

 

WINKFIELD, stillborn baby, of Sergeant Winkfield, Lincolnshire Regiment, buried 28th December 1895

 

James WOODLEY, Private, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 38 years, died in Cottonera Hospital, buried 4th January 1902, by Reverend A.H. Tripp

 

George Charles WOODWARD, Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, aged 25 years, buried 29th November 1898, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

Herbert Charles WOOLEY, aged 34 years, Staff Sergeant, Royal Garrison Regiment (A.O. Corps), died 22nd July 1902, by Reverend Moreton

 

Alf John WOULDS, aged 11 months, Royal West Surrey Regiment, buried 1st November 1892, by Reverend W.F. Sorsbie

 

William WOUTBECK, Private, Royal Scots Regiment, buried 18th May 1879

 

Caroline WRIGHT, the step-daughter of Sergeant W.Wells, 10th July 1881

 

Henry WRIGHT, Private, 2nd Battalion, Manchester Regiment, 22nd September 1881

 

Walter Samuel WRIGHT, 8816, Private, Northamptonshire Regiment, aged 25 years, 13th April 1913

 

Charles YEOMAN, Sapper, Royal Engineers, buried 30th July 1896, by Reverend George Smith

 

Gladys May YOUDELL, aged 1 year 9 months, the daughter of Charles Youdell, buried 13th November 1895, by Reverend Edwin Bottrill

 

William YOUNG, 342, Private, 1st Battalion, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 34 years, died 25th August 1901, by Reverend Randall

 

Edward Charles YOUNGSON, aged 23 years, Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, buried 14th November 1898, by Reverend Reginald Moseley

 

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