Kingston (Up Park Camp) Memorial No.1 in Jamaica, West Indies

Kingston (Up Park Camp) Memorial No.1 in Jamaica, West Indies

To the memory of these men of the Royal Garrison Artillery, the Royal Australian Navy and the British West Indies Regiment who fell in the Great War. The memorial takes the form of a screen wall standing in Kingston (Up Park Camp) Military Cemetery and commemorates 28 men who lost their lives in the First World War, 25 of whom still lie buried in Fort Augusta Naval and Military Cemetery or Port Royal Cemetery, but whose graves have become unmaintainable. Includes: Sgt. Thomas JWC 8316 d. July 1917 // complete

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  • Profile picture for Oscar Gustaff

    Born 1899

    Died 1919

    British Army 10093 Private British West Indies Regiment 7th Battalion

  • Profile picture for Mavin Gifford

    Born 1894

    Died 1917

    British Army Private British West Indies Regiment

    Other Empire Force 9386 Private Jamaica War Contingent

  • Profile picture for Felix Mclean

    Born 1896

    Died 1921

    British Army 10J Lance Sergeant Royal Engineers

  • Profile picture for Frederick Thorpe

    Died 1917

    British Army Private British West Indies Regiment

    Other Empire Force 8861 Private Jamaica War Contingent

  • Profile picture for Utan Cross

    Born 1898

    Died 1921

    British Army 6777 Private West India Regiment

  • Profile picture for Reuben Perry

    Born 1889

    Died 1919

    British Army 12453 Private British West Indies Regiment

  • Profile picture for James Mahoney

    Born 1900

    Died 1919

    British Army 8809 Private British West Indies Regiment 7th Battalion

  • Profile picture for Charles Gordon

    Died 1917

    Other Empire Force 6533 Private Jamaica War Contingent

    British Army 10062 Private British West Indies Regiment 7th Battalion