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Burmese Cemeteries

Burma (now officially called the Union of Myanmar) was a province of the Bengal Presidency until the establishment of the Burma Office in 1937 after which it was administered separately until independence in 1948

Presidency: Bengal [Burma]
Coordinates: 19.042447N, 96.401574E

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Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Maymyo Cemetery 2009-12-23 Sally Hoffman, Peter Bailey and Jenny Hoy
Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Moulmein Baptist Cemetery 2009-12-28 Mark Steevens
Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Moulmein, St Anthony's R.C. Cemetery 2009-12-28 Mark Steevens
Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Moulmein, St Matthew 2009-12-28 Mark Steevens
Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Thayetmyo Cemetery 2009-12-28 Mark Steevens

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