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 Lychgate Cemetery - Grave Transcriptions

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DescriptionTranscriptions of headstone inscriptions at Lychgate Cemetery (Bengal Presidency.

Headstone inscriptions have been transcribed to include vital information of the individual. Verse, psalms and religious text have been omitted.
Date transcribed2020-06-15
Transcribed byRobin Kinloch

This is one of the graveyards for which FIBIS commissioned Mr Rajat Sharma to take photographs and details of all legible headstones. All inscriptions are included wherever they are legible.

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Image1  Jhansi-Lychgate-0218A.jpg    
Image2  Jhansi-Lychgate-0218B.jpg    
View all other items of "Surname" with value "Mears" in "Lychgate Cemetery - Grave Transcriptions" Surname  Mears    
First name  Harry George Robert    
Father/ Husband name  Harry Mears    
Mother/ Wife name  Lilian Mears    
Death year  1912    
Death day/mon  10 Aug    
Age at death  6m 9d    
Inscription  Our darling son Harry George Robert only child of Harry and Lilian Mears who fell asleep in Jesus on August 10th 1912 aged 6 months and 9 days    
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Digital photographs taken of headstones located at Lychgate Cemetery Jhansi, Bengal.
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