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Andaman Islands

Transcriptions, photos or summary data of gravestones and/or Memorial Inscriptions in cemeteries at Andaman Islands.

The Andaman Islands was the location for a penal colony during the British Raj. The settlement existed for a short time in the 1790s but was abandoned due to disease. In 1858, after the Indian Mutiny, the penal settlement was re-established to deal effectively with native Indian troops who had recently rebelled. Port Blair is the capital.

Presidency: Madras
Coordinates: 11.67N 92.76E

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Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Port Blair Cemetery, Andaman Islands 2009-11-24 Giles Quinan
Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Ross Island Cemetery, Andaman Islands 2009-12-09 Giles Quinan

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