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Cholera Deaths in 1872

Monument of Branston Baker at Cliffden Road Cemetery, Murree

Monument to Cholera Deaths n 1872
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Sacred
To The
Memory of
Private George Morley who died 10
June 1872 Aged 33 Years
Also of
The following men and women of H.M.
1st Bn 6th Royal Regiment
who died
at Murree and Camp Kotlee
During the Cholera Epidemic of
1872

Privates
Branston Baker Aug 10th aged 25 years
Henry Mills Aug 30th aged 27 years
George Elvin Sep 1st aged 29 years
John Button Sep 1st aged 31 years
Walter Norton Sep 2nd aged 27 years
Edward Richardson Sep 2nd aged 24 years
John Cubitt Sep 2nd aged 29 years
John Sweeney Sep 2nd aged 26 years
Charles Stewart Sep 4th aged 27 years
John Dunleavey Sep 9th aged 26 years
James Sutcliffe Sep 10th aged 31 years
Samuel Pratt Sep 12th aged 31 years
Mrs C. Whitelock Aug 30th aged 32 years
--.--
This Memorial is erected by the Officers,
Non-commissioned Officers and men, as a
mark of respect.
--.--
[illegible]

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