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ImageNameRegimentDate of death
Sister Edith Mary Oxley Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service12/12/1918 (aged 45)
Sergeant Ackerman British South Africa Police19/11/1918
Corporal Frank S. Allen 830Rhodesia Regiment11/09/1917
Captain James K. Blatherwick British South Africa Police26/11/1918
Private Gilbert T. Brauer GS/31Rhodesia Regiment23/10/1918
Constable Jean Cambier Broers O/11British South Africa Police22/09/1916 (aged 45)
Second Lieutenant Bertram Harper Northern Rhodesia Police26/10/1918
Constable Honey O/63British South Africa Police27/01/1917
Private Charles Michael Koen 1548Rhodesia Regiment18/02/1917 (aged 32)
Driver Felix Mendelsohn MT/3867South African Service Corps05/12/1918 (aged 27)
Private Robert Moore 1193Rhodesia Regiment28/06/1917
Captain Marcus Alwyn Moses Rhodesia Regiment24/12/1914
Private John William Murray 1227Rhodesia Regiment13/08/1917 (aged 39)
Sergeant George L. Outram 1568British South Africa Police25/10/1918 (aged 27)
Serjeant Herbert Page 784Rhodesia Regiment11/03/1915
Sergeant Robert Edward Patten 152British South Africa Police19/10/1918 (aged 43)
Private Percy Proctor 1482Rhodesia Regiment10/11/1915
Sergeant George Rathbone E/56South African Engineers17/12/1918
Trooper George A. Roberts 1965British South Africa Police17/09/1916
Serjeant Thomas Robert Landy Savory 969Rhodesia Regiment01/10/1917 (aged 23)
Constable Edward S. Taylor O/103British South Africa Police31/10/1918
Constable Stephen J. Troake 1979British South Africa Police09/11/1918
Detective Sergeant Charles Joseph Ullman 1586British South Africa Police29/10/1918 (aged 33)
Sergeant Stanley N. Walter 1694British South Africa Police26/10/1918
Private Richard Whitehead 889Rhodesia Regiment30/07/1917 (aged 45)
Private Edmund Charles Wright A/4British South Africa Police11/07/1916 (aged 38)
Private John Joseph Wright A/348British South Africa Police17/04/1919
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