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Assam

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

The Assam region was gradually annexed by the East India Company following the 1st Burma War and became part of the Bengal Presidency. In 1906 a new province of Eastern Bengal and Assam was formed but in 1912 Assam became a separate province under a Chief Commissioner. Assam today is a state in north eastern India noted for its Tea Plantations and lush landscape.

Presidency: Bengal
Coordinates: 26.244156N 92.537842E

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