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Allahabad

Transcriptions, photos or summary data of gravestones in cemeteries at Allahabad.

Allahabad became the capital of the newly formed United Provinces after the Indian Mutiny of 1857-58. The High Court of Judicature for the North-Western Provinces was located in Allahabad.

Presidency: Bengal
Coordinates: 25.432248N 81.870215E

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Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Holy Trinity Cemetery 2010-01-17 N & L Mayne
Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Holy Trinity Church, Allahabad 2018-00-00 Rajat Sharma
Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Kydganj Cemetery
Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Muir Road Cemetery
Click to see Deaths, Burials & MIs components Rajapur Cemetery 2020-04-20 Rajat Sharma

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