The Trafalgar Cemetery - Gibraltar

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This cemetery dates from June 1798 when it was called the Southport Ditch Cemetery, and only became known as the Trafalgar cemetery many years after the famous sea battle. In fact there is only one casualty from this conflict buried here, Captain Thomas Norman of the Royal Marines.

 

George Green ADAM, senior, late Clerk of the Chequer, H.M. Board of Ordnance, died 16th April 1808, aged 47 years, thirty-five of which he served the Hon. Board

 

Francis ADAMS, Master Shipwright of H.M. Dockyard, Gibraltar, died 2nd October 1800, aged 41 years

 

John Willet ADYE, son of Captain Ralph Willet Adye, died 20th March 1804, aged 2 years 1 months, laid to rest in the Garrison Chapel

 

Ralph Willet ADYE, Captain and Brigade-Major in the Royal Regiment of Artillery, died 22nd October 1804, aged 34 years, a victim to the distemper raging in the garrison

 

Edward ANDERSON, son of Lieutenant William Anderson, R.B.A. Corps, died 4th February 1809, aged 5 years

 

William ANCRUM, Major, having served the king 45 years with unsullied reputation, died 3rd August 1808, aged 63 years. Placed by his children

 

P. BELLEW, Major, 54th Regiment, died 15th October 1804, aged 30 years

 

John BENTLEY, of London, Merchant, died 13th November 1813, aged 70 years

 

Thomas BEST, Captain, 26th Regiment, a victim to the epidemic fever, died 6th October 1813, aged 30 years. Erected by his widow and family

 

Charlotte BOLTON, nee FAWCETT, the wife of Thomas Bolton, of the Navy Victualling Office, died 2nd May 1800, aged 36 years. She was born in Minorca, the daughter of Thomas Fawcett, Clerk of the Check in the Ordnance Office there

 

Francis BRETT, Surgeon, HMS Dragon, died 20th July 1802, aged 37 years

 

Elizabeth BROWN, the wife of Robert Brown, Major, 4th Royal Veteran Battalion, died 1st December 1810, aged 58 years

 

Lieutenant BROWN, 13th Regiment, died 10th October 1804

 

Caroline BROWNE, the wife of Captain Browne, 13th Regiment, died 8th November 1804

 

John BUCKLAND, Lieutenant, Royal Marine Artillery. Killed 23rd November 1810 whilst directing the howitzer boats in an attack on the enemy’s flotilla in Cadiz Bay. His fellow officer, Thomas Worth, was killed by the same shot. Erected by their brother officers as a tribute of respect to two who were the brightest ornaments of their corps. Same grave as Thomas Worth

 

Almena BURKE, the wife of Lieutenant John Burke, 1st Royal Veteran Battalion, died 10th October 1805, aged 53 years

 

Edmund BURKE, son of Lieutenant John Burke, 1st Royal Veteran Battalion, died 16th August 1805, aged 18 years

 

Henry CANE, Captain, 40th Regiment, died 17th November 1800, aged 22 years

 

Mrs CARPENTER, the wife of Digby Thomas Carpenter, Paymaster, 10th Regiment, died 22nd November 1804, aged 23 years

 

Edward Hunt CAULFIELD, Lieutenant, HMS Imperieuse, who on the 21st February 1808 was mortally wounded in the service of his country and king, aged 24 years. Erected by his brother M.S. O’Callaghan Caulfield, Captain, 1st Royal Veteran Battalion

 

E.A. CLARK, Ensign, 2nd Battalion, 85th Regiment, died 22nd October 1800

 

Mary CLARK, the wife of Daniel Clark, Ensign, 1st Royal Veteran Battalion, died 28th January 1806, aged 52 years

 

John CONNEL, Quartermaster, died 22nd August 1812, aged 56 years, after a service of 40 years. Erected by the officers of the 26th Regiment

 

Joseph CURTIS, Ensign, 7th Royal Veteran Battalion, a victim to the epidemic fever, died 30th September 1813, aged 50 years

 

John Carrew CUTHBERT, Lieutenant, 54th Regiment, died 7th November 1804, aged 22 years

 

Cathrine (sic) DALY, daughter of Lieut-Colonel Daly of the Royal Veteran Battalion, died 25th September 1808, aged 5 years 3 months

 

James DOOLAN, Lieutenant, 54th Regiment, died 15th October 1824, aged 20 years

 

James DUTHIE, Surgeon, HMS Crocodile, died 10th December 1812, aged 26 years

 

Mary EDDEN, the wife of Captain Edden, 90th Regiment, died 24th October 1798, aged 33 years

 

Henry Fitzgibbon ELLISON, Royal Artillery, of Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland, died 21st November 1804, aged 22 years

 

Margret (sic) Ann FARQUHAR, daughter of Alexander Farquhar, Acting Deputy Paymaster General, died in St.Roque, 31st July 1809, aged 3 years 4 months

 

Henry George FARRINGTON, HMS Triumph, died 23rd January 1802, aged 20 years

 

John FENLAYSON, Gunner, HMS George, died 18th December 1801, aged 51 years

 

Martha Anne FINNEY, daughter of Hamilton Finney, Quarter-Master, 54th Regiment, died 6th July 1804, aged 14 years 8 months

 

Jane FLACK, the wife of Captain Flack, 1st Royal Veteran Battalion, died 3rd June 1807, aged 49 years

 

Amelia FRASER, infant daughter of Major Fraser, 1st Royal Veteran Battalion, died 8th February 1811

 

John GABELL, Ensign, 1st Battalion, 5th Regiment, died 21st July 1800, aged 24 years

 

Eliza Louis GIBBON, nee BRAINE, the wife of Captain H.G. Gibbon of HM packet Lord Chesterfield, died on board 15th February 1810, aged 20 years 3 months. Buried on the 22nd February. The daughter of Captain D.H. Braine, of New York

 

Henry Maxwell GLASSE, son of Henry Glasse, Surgeon to the Forces, died 12th October 1815, aged 5 years

 

Benjamin GLEED, Lieutenant, 10th Regiment, late of Priory in the Isle of Wight, died 25th October 1804, aged 23 years. Erected by his mother

 

John GRANT, Major, 2nd Battalion, 89th Regiment, after having eminently distinguished himself in a course of long and meritorious service was mortally wounded at the head of his battalion in an attack upon Fort Fuengirola, near Malaga, 14th October 1810, and died 20th October, aged 48 years

 

William GRAVE, Master of HMS Caesar, who fell while conspicuously exerting himself in the battle of Algeciras on 6th July 1801, aged 38 years. Erected by officers of HMS Caesar

 

Eliza GREEN, nee KUHN, daughter of Peter Kuhn, of Philadelphia, U.S.A., and the wife of Hugh Green, Merchant, died 15th October 1804, aged 26 years

 

J.W. GRIFFITHS, Ensign, 2nd Queen’s Regiment, died of malignant fever, 22nd October 1804, aged 19 years

 

Sidney Hollis HALLS, 1st Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, died 20th August 1804, aged 19 years. Erected by his parents

 

William HEPENSTALL, Captain, Royal Navy, died 19th January 1809, aged 43 years

 

Charles HEYWOOD, Captain, 54th Regiment, died 9th November 1804, aged 32 years

 

Charles HOLLOWAY, Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, who fell a victim on 12th October 1813, aged 25 years. He was the second son of Brigadier-General Sir Charles Holloway, Commanding Royal Engineers

 

S.S. HUGHES, Captain, Royal Artillery, died 18th May 1808, aged 32 years

 

Douglas JOHNSTON, Captain, 2nd Queen’ s Regiment, victim of the malignant fever, died 27th October 1804, aged 25 years

 

William KEY, Builder, H.M. Yard at Minorca, died 29th May 1802, aged 49 years

 

William KING, Lieutenant, 54th Regiment, died 7th November 1804, aged 23 years

 

Daniel KUHN, of Philadelphia, U.S.A., died 20th November 1804, aged 17 years

 

Richard LAKE, Ensign, 81st Regiment, the son of Captain Lake, late 3rd Guards, died 25th August 1838, aged 20 years

 

Thomas LANE, Senior Surgeon, Royal Artillery, died 17th November 1805, aged 35 years

 

David LAWSON, Surgeon, HMS Rainbow, died 22nd November 1812, aged 21 years

 

Mrs LAWTON, died 11th October 1804, aged 42 years. Erected by her husband

 

George LE BLANC, Lieutenant, Commander of H.M. Brig Fearless

 

Robert LEE, born in Jamaica, landed here 1st April 1810 on his voyage from England to Malta in the hope of recovering his health, but died 28th May

 

Richard LEWIS, Apothecary to the Forces, died 10th October 1806, aged 38 years. Erected by his widow with six children

 

James LILBURN, Captain, HM Sloop Goshawk, who nobly fell in an attack made on the enemy’s forts and shipping at Malaga, 29th April 1812, aged 38 years. Erected by the officers of the sloop

 

Hudson LOWE, Surgeon-Major, died 10th October 1801, aged 70 years

 

Robert McGREGAR, Captain, 10th Regiment, died 9th August 1804, aged 50 years

 

Mary McKAY, died 17th October 1813, aged 36 years. The wife of Ensign McKay, 7th Royal Veteran Battalion. Buried with their daughter Sarah

 

Sarah McKAY, died 28th September 1813, aged 11 years. The daughter of Mary and Ensign McKay, 7th Royal Veteran Battalion

 

William MACLEAN, Second Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, died 27th October 1798, aged 17 years

 

Duncan McPHERSON, Captain, 54th Regiment, died 18th October 1804, aged 29 years

 

Thomas MAHON, Captain, Prince of Wales’s Own Regiment of Fencibles, died 8th February 1804, aged 32 years

 

Robert MONSON, Surgeon, HM Navy, died 6th May 1811, aged 26 years

 

William Robert MONTRESOR, Lieutenant, 18th Regiment, died 16th November 1799, aged 19 years

 

Charles MOUAT, son of Captain Mouat, Royal Navy and Frances Drake Mouat, died 11th October 1804, aged 8 years

 

Matilda MOUAT, youngest daughter of Captain Mouat, Royal Navy and Frances Drake Mouat, died 7th October 1804, aged 6 years

 

Peter Alexander MOUAT, eldest son of Captain and Frances Drake Mouat, died 12th February 1807, aged 23 years

 

John MULLEN, Lieutenant, 4th Royal Veteran Battalion, died 11th May 1809, aged 54 years, forty of which he devoted to the service of his king and country

 

Lieutenant MYLES, died 18th July 1801, aged 20 years

 

Sarah NOOTH, the wife of J. Mervin Nooth, M.D., Superintendent-General of H.M. Military Hospital

 

Thomas NORMAN, Captain, Royal Marines, of HMS Mars, died in the Naval Hospital on 6th December 1805, aged 36 years, from the effects of a wound received in the great and memorable sea fight of Trafalgar. Erected by his brother officers

 

Lewis NORTHEN, Captain, 82nd Regiment, died 11th July 1810, aged 37 years

 

George NUTT, Second Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, died 2nd January 1801, aged 17 years

 

Thomas Gajeta RAGLAND, Acting Deputy Commissary General, died a victim to the epidemic fever, 17th October 1814, aged 29 years

 

Agnes ROBERTSON, the wife of Lieutenant Daniel Robertson, 7th Royal Veteran Battalion, died 9th December 1811, aged 34 years

 

William Patrick ROSSETER, son of Deputy Assistant Commissary General Rosseter, died 21st September 1811, aged 18 months 5 days

 

Lieut-Colonel RUDYEARD, Royal Engineers, died 19th October 1813, by malignant fever

 

Rudolph SCHULTZ, son of R. E. and Harriet Schultz, died 24th September 1812, in infancy

 

Henry Eugene SHADWELL, son of Lieutenant H.E. Shadwell, 35th Regiment, died 12th January 1813, aged 8 months

 

Henry Edward Andrew SHEPPARD, Deputy Assistant Commissary General to the Forces, who fell a victim to the epidemic fever, died 24th October 1813, aged 20 years

 

John SINCLAIR, Ensign, 7th Royal Veteran Battalion, died 5th December 1812, aged 62 years

 

Helen Charlotte SMITH, nee HOLLOWAY, eldest daughter of Brigadier-General Sir Charles Holloway and grand daughter of General Sir William Green. The wife of Major Smith, Royal Artillery, she fell a victim to the fever then raging in Gibraltar, and died 22nd October 1813, aged 24 years

 

Peter SMITH, late Paymaster, 7th Royal Veteran Battalion, died 12th April 1814, aged 53 years

 

Peter SMITH, son of Peter Smith, died during the malady with which this garrison was afflicted, 1814, aged 23 years. Same grave as his father

 

Thomas George SMYTH, 2nd Queen’s Regiment, died of malignant fever, 22nd October 1804

 

Henry Winter Latimer STEVENSON, son of Lieutenant and Adjutant James Stevenson, 1st Royal Veteran Battalion, died 5th January 1808, aged 11 months 14 days

 

Count Joseph De la Ville SURJLLON (sic), Captain in H.M. Roll’s Regiment, died 19th October 1804, aged 32 years

 

Elizabeth TASSIE, the wife of George Tassie, Adjutant, 7th Royal Veteran Battalion, died 2nd July 1812, aged 34 years

 

George Andrew TAYLOR, died 8th October 1812, aged 10 months. The son of John Butt Taylor

 

John Butt TAYLOR, Surgeon, 26th Regiment, died of the epidemic fever, 4th October 1813, aged 37 years

 

Elizabeth THOMPSON

 

James TOOK, Surgeon, HMS Triumph, died 10th December 1801

 

Richard TRIBE, Captain, 82nd Regiment, died 25th May 1811, aged 30 years

 

William TUFFIE, Captain, 14th Regiment, died 24th August 1790, aged 32 years. He was born in the regiment, his father Quartermaster, having served in it for 53 years from its first being raised to his death on service in Holland in 1794

 

Ann TULLOCH, the wife of Lieutenant J. Tulloch, 7th Royal Veteran Battalion, died 3rd October 1812, aged 32 years

 

Peter TULLOCH, died 2nd October 1812, aged 20 years. Same grave as Ann Tulloch

 

Amelia WALKER, daughter of Lieutenant Walker, 4th Royal Veteran Battalion, died 24th March 1812, aged 2 months 19 days

 

Sophia WALMSLEY, daughter of Captain Walmsley, 82nd Regiment, died 22nd January 1811, aged 3 months

 

Thomas WATERMAN, son of Henry and Rebecca Waterman, of Portsea, died 20th February 1804, aged 31 years

 

Mrs WILKINSON, died 30th November 1804. Erected by her husband Arthur

 

John WILKINSON, Paymaster, 54th Regiment, died 8th November 1804, aged 42 years

 

Robert WILKINSON, Captain, of Sunderland, died 25th October 1799, aged 50 years

 

James WILSON, Lieutenant, 1st Royal Veteran Battalion, died 28th September 1807, aged 65 years, having faithfully served his country upwards of 49 years. Erected by his widow and six children

 

James WILSON, Master Shipwright, H.M. Naval Yard, died 16th May 1809, aged 54 years

 

R.A. WILSON, Lieutenant, Royal Marines, died 10th January 1803, aged 30 years

 

John WODEHOUSE, Lieutenant, of HMS Penelope, died 2nd February 1802, aged 21 years

 

Thomas WORTH, Lieutenant, Royal Marine Artillery. Killed 23rd November 1810 whilst directing the howitzer boats in an attack on the enemy’s flotilla in Cadiz Bay. His fellow officer, John Buckland, was killed by the same shot. Erected by their brother officers as a tribute of respect to two who were the brightest ornaments of their corps. Same grave as John Buckland

 

William WROOT, Midshipman, HMS Active, died 12th October 1802, aged 17 years

 

Catharine (sic) WYATT,

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