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- Large marble tablet with engraved figures.
- IN REMEMBRANCE OF/JOHN RICHARD GRAHAM ESQUIRE/THIRD SON OF/JAMES GRAHAM ESQUIRE OF RICHARDBY/NEAR THIS CITY/AND LATE A CAPTAIN IN THE/FIFTH REGIMENT OF THE BENGAL CAVALRY/WHO DIED/AT MUSSORIE IN THE EAST INDIES/1OTH OF MAY 1850/AETAT 29/ TO COMMEMORATE THEIR REGARD FOR HIS MANY VIRTUES/IN THE VARIOUS SITUATIONS OF COMRADE, OFFICER/AND MAN; AND AS A RECORD OF AFFECTION/FOR ONE, WHO, LIVING, NEVER HAD AN ENEMY,/AND DYING, WAS LAMENTED BY ALL WHO/KNEW HIM, THIS TABLET IS ERECTED/BY HIS BROTHER OFFICERS
- Inscription legible?
- Names on memorial
- Graham, John Richard
- Colonial India
Total names on memorial: 1
Served and returned: 0
Exact count: yes
Information shown: Surname, Forenames, date of death, place of death, age, relationships, rank, regiment.
Order of information: Undefined
- Colonial India
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Purpose: Unknown or N/A
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