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

British Cemeteries in the Colony of Aden.

Aden, a port city in Yemen, was part of British India from 1838. It was originally governed by Bombay Presidency then became a Chief Commissioner's province. After the Government of India Act (1935) Aden became a separate colony in 1937 and remained under British control until 1963.

Presidency: Bombay
Coordinates: 12.772440N 45.039271E

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Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Ma'alla British Cemetery 2009-12-14 Roy Clogstoun

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