SM YRNA (CARAVAN BRIDGE) AN G LICAN and ROMAN CATH O LIC
CEM ETERIES : 22 graves found.
TA RSU S ARM ENIAN C E M E T E R Y : 134 graves found.
YARBASH I PRISO NERS OF WAR CEM ETERY : 145 graves found.
In BAGHDAD EA ST JEW ISH CEM ETERY, within the city bund on
the East side, are buried two soldiers from the United Kingdom and one German
s o l d i e r . ______________________
There are also in or near Baghdad :
ALW IYA IND IAN C EM ETERY and BAGHDAD (RIG H T BANK)
INDIAN CEM ETERY, the Registers of which will be published separately, and
BAGHDAD (SOUTH GATE) GERM AN CEM ETERY, behind the old
T H E REGISTERS OF TH E G R A V ES
BAGHDAD (NORTH GATE) WAR CEM ETERY.
ABBISS, Lt. John Lee. 1st Bn. East Surrey Regt.
attd. 7th Light Armoured Bty. Machine Gun
Corps (Motor). Died of sickness 25th July, 1918.
Age 21. Son of Frederick George and Helen
Abbiss, of 42, Elwyn Rd., March, Cambs. Born
at Lewisham, London. X I. E. 11.
ABBOTT, A .B .R .F . V.J/31489. R.N. H.M.S.
“ Centaur.” Died of typhoid 18th July, 1919.
Age 21. Son of John and Clara Abbott, of 56,
Downcnd Rd., Horfield, Bristol. X X L S. 4.
ABBOTT, Pte. S., 25566. ist/4th Bn. Somerset
Light Inf. 1 6th Oct., 1918. X III. C. 10.
ABEL, Gnr. A., W/2945. 14th Bty. 4th Bde.
Royal Field Artillery. 19th July, 1917. Age 33.
Son of George and Sarah Abel. Born at Hereford.
XV. B. ix.
ADAIR, Rfn. W., 25927. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish
Rifles. 21st Aug... 1920. Age 19. Son of
Benjamin and Mary Adair, of Drumnanaddy,
Blackskull, Dromoie, Co. Down. IX. F. 5.
ADAM, 2nd Lt. R. W., M.C. 13th Bty. 56th
Bdc. Royal Field Artillery, nth Sept., 1917.
Age 27. Son of the late William Adam and
Martha Adam, of Lyndholm, Kidderminster.
Born at Kidderminster. IX. E. 4.
ADAMS, A.M. Francis Luke, 44. Australian
Flying Corps. Died of malaria whilst a Prisoner
of War between Aug. and Nov.. 1916. Age 23.
Son of Francis Luke Adams and Ellen Fanny
Adams, of 105, Simeon St., Addington, New
Zealand. Born at Christchurch. X X L W. 8.
ADAMS, Lt. F., M.C. 45th Rattray’s Sikhs.
29th Nov., 1920. Age 28. Son of Robert and
Mary Adams, of Red House, Needham, Harleston,
Norfolk. IX. F. 6.
ADAMS, Pte. G., 200879. ist/4th Bn. Norfolk
Regt. 26th Feb., 1918. X X L U. 8.
ADAMS, Dvr. John George, 151163. “ C ” Bty.
337th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Accidentally
killed 9th May, 19x9. Age 33. Son of John and
Sarah Adams ; husband of Alice Eliza Adams, of
74, Dukes Rd., St. Denys, Southampton. Born
at Woolston, Southampton. IX. A. 5.
ADAMS, Gnr. W. C., 43191. 14th Div. H.Q.
Royal Field Artillery. 12th July, 19x7. IV.
ADAMSON, Pte. F., 3/34565. 8th Bn. Cheshire
Regt. 14th Oct., 1917. XVI. E. 11.
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