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    http://www2.prestel.co.uk/stewart/ggpakist.htm KNOWN GRAVES OF HOLDERS OF THE VICTORIA CROSS IN : PAKISTAN PAKISTAN Name ALI HAIDAR Henry John, ANDREWS William
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      KNOWN GRAVES OF HOLDERS OF THE VICTORIA CROSS
      IN : PAKISTAN
      PAKISTAN

      Name ALI HAIDAR Henry John,
      ANDREWS William St Lucien,
      CHASE Eustace,
      JOTHAM
      Rank Havildar (Sergeant) T / Captain Colonel Captain
      Force 13th Frontier Force Rifles, Indian Army Indian Medical Services
      28th Native Infantry, Indian Army 51st Sikhs, Indian Army
      (attached Waziristan Militia)
      VC won Italy,
      9 April 1945 Waziristan, NW India,
      22 October 1919 Afghan War,
      16 August 1880 North Waziristan,
      7 January 1915
      London Gaz 3 July 1945 9 September 1920 7 October 1881 24 July 1915
      Born Kohat, NW Frontier, India,
      21 August 1913 London,
      1871 St Lucia, West Indies,
      2 July 1856 Kidderminster, Worcestershire,
      28 November 1883
      Died 15 July 1999,
      Village Khan Bari, District Hango, Pakistan 22 October 1919,
      Waziristan, NW India 24 June 1908,
      Quetta, North West India 7 January 1915,
      North Waziristan
      Grave Village Shahu Khel, District Kohat Bannu Cemetery, South of
      Peshawar, Pakistan English Cemetery, Quetta Cemetery, Pakistan
      Miranshar Cemetery, N Waziristan, Pakistan
      Location
      of VC Not publicly held Not publicly held Army Museum of Western
      Australia, Fremantle Bromsgrove School, Worcestershire
      Remarks None MBE CB None


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      PAKISTAN

      Name William David,
      KENNY KHUDADAD KHAN Hector Lachlan Stewart,
      MACLEAN Godfrey,
      MEYNELL
      Rank Lieutenant Subadar (2nd Lieutenant) Lieutenant Captain
      Force 39th Garwhal Rifles, Indian Army 129th Duke of Connaught's Own
      Baluchis, Indian Army Staff Corps & Corps of Guides, Indian Army
      Queen Victoria's Own Corps of Guides, Indian Army
      VC won Kot Kai, NW Frontier, India,
      2 January 1920 Belgium,
      31 October 1914 Tirah Campaign, India,
      17 August 1897 Mohmand Campaign, India,
      29 September 1935
      London Gaz 9 September 1920 7 December 1914 9 November 1897
      confirmed 15 January 1907 24 December 1935
      Born Saintfield, Co Down, N Ireland,
      1 February 1899 Dabb Village, Punjab, India,
      26 October 1888 Bannu, NW Frontier, India,
      13 September 1870 Meynell Langley, Derbyshire, England,
      20 May 1904
      Died 2 January 1920,
      Kot Kai, NW Frontier, India 8 March 1971,
      Rukhan Tehsil Village, India 17 August 1897,
      Upper Swat, India 29 September 1935,
      Mohmand, NW Frontier, India
      Grave Jandola Cemetery, Pakistan Rukhan Village Cemetery, Pakistan
      Guides Cemetery, Mardan, NW Frontier, Pakistan Guides Cemetery,
      Mardan, NW Frontier, Pakistan
      Location
      of VC Not publicly held Not publicly held Not publicly held Not
      publicly held
      Remarks None None None None


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      PAKISTAN

      Name MIR DAST Henry William,
      PITCHER SHAHAMAD KHAN John Adam,
      TYTLER
      Rank Subadar ( Captain ) Captain Jemadar ( Lieutenant ) Brigadier
      General
      Force 55 Coke's Rifles,
      attached 57th Wilde's Rifles, Indian Army 4th Punjab Infantry, Indian
      Army 89th Punjab Regiment, Indian Army 66th Bengal Native Infantry,
      Indian Army
      VC won Belgium,
      26 April 1915 Umbeyla, N.W. India,
      30 October 1863 Mesopotamia,
      12 - 13 April 1916 Choorpoorah, Indian Mutiny,
      10 February 1858
      London Gaz 29 June 1915 16 July 1864 26 September 1916 23 August 1858
      Born Maiden, Tirah, India,
      3 December 1874 Bath, Somerset,
      1841 Takhti Basali Thesil, India,
      1 July 1879 Monghyr, Bengal, India,
      29 October 1825
      Died 19 January 1945,
      Shagi Landi Kyan Village, India 5 July 1875,
      Dehra Ghazi Khan, India 28 July 1947,
      Takhti Basali Thesil, India 14 February 1880,
      Thal, Kurram Valley, N.W.F. India
      Grave Warsack Road Cemetery, Shagi Landi Kyan, Pakistan Christian
      Cemetery, Kohat, Pakistan Takhti Village Cemetery, Pakistan Christian
      Cemetery, Kohat, Pakistan
      Location
      of VC Not publicly held Not publicly held Not publicly held Gurkha
      Museum, Winchester, Hampshire
      Remarks None None None CB


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      PAKISTAN

      Name William John,
      VOUSDEN



      Rank Major-General



      Force 5th Punjab Cavalry, Indian Army



      VC won Asmai Heights, Afghanistan,
      14 December 1879



      London Gaz 18 October 1881



      Born Perth, Scotland,
      20 September 1845



      Died 12 November 1902,
      Lahore, India



      Grave Lahore Cemetery, Pakistan



      Location
      of VC Not publicly held



      Remarks CB





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