List updated June 23, 2010
Country Total = 85
4 names on 1 memorial; 81 graves in 5 cemeteries
Completed = 58 (or 68.23%)
LUMBO BRITISH CEMETERY
Padlock Combo for Lumba British Cemetery in Mozambique is 2269 - TAKE ALL THE PHOTOS OF ALL THE GRAVES HERE
The town of Lumbo is situated on the mainland opposite Ilha da Mozambique, an island off the coast of the town of Mozambique. The cemetery is situated about 400 metres off the left side of the main road, just before the causeway to the Ilha. Lumbo British Cemetery was made after the First World War to take the Commonwealth burials from Lumbo, Chinde, Quelimane and Villa Bocafe European Cemeteries. It contains 75 burials including 6 soldiers whose names and units are unknown. The Lumbo British Cemetery Memorial to African and Indian casualties who are buried elsewhere, is located in the cemetery, the names are carved on Screen Walls.
ARMSTRONG, Private, C W, CM/795. South African Motor Cyclist Corps. 13th December 1918. II. A. 4
BECK, Sapper, GEORGE, 1430. South African Div., Signal Coy. South African Signal Service. Died of sickness 22nd February 1919. Age 42. Son of George and Fanny Beck; husband of Annie Mary Theresa Beck, of 1, Lawrence St., Newton, Kimberley. Born in Leicestershire, England II. A. 3
BRONKHORST, Sapper, J L, D/850. South African Engineers. 11th December 1918. I. C. 7
CASSIDY, Private, HARRY, RC/96. 2nd. South African Road Corps. 5th July 1918. Age 60. Husband of E. Bennett (formerly Cassidy), of 58, Davies St., Doornfontein, Johannesburg. Served in the South African War. Born in Belfast. Ireland I. B. 5
CHANDLER, Sapper, R, D/814. South African Engineers. 15th December 1918. II. B. 9
CLAASENS, Sergeant, J J, 6078. 5th Permanent Bty. South African Mounted Rifles. 25th September 1918. I. A. 5
COETZEE, Private, J H, CM/658. South African Motor Cyclist Corps. 26th August 1918. I. B. 3
CONSTANCE, Sapper, F M, D/705. South African Engineers. 2nd December 1918. II. C. 6
DELPORT, Gunner, MICHAEL DANIEL, 34. 1st. South African Rifles. Died of sickness 28th December 1917. Age 21. Son of John Hendrick Delport and Maria J. C. Delport II. A. 10
DURRANT, Second Lieutenant, C M, 2nd. Cape Corps, S.A. Forces. 25th July 1918. II. C. 4
FOURIE, Private, B, 2986. South African Medical Corps. 4th December 1918. II. B. 3
GELDENHUYS, Pioneer, M D, D/360. South African Engineers. 9th December 1918. Age 24. Son of J. J. and D. C. Geldenhuys, of Novo, Riversdale, Cape Province II. C. 9
GILLIES, Pioneer, A, Mentioned in Despatches, D/19. South African Engineers. Died of sickness 7th September 1918. Age 45. Husband of Mrs. Gillies, of 65, Third Ave., Meleriere, Johannesburg I. B. 1
HENNEBERRY, Sergeant, ROBERT JOSEPH, D/379. South African Engineers. 14th December 1918. Age 40. I. C. 10
HOPKINS, Lieutenant, HERBERT HORACE, South African Special Service Company. 25th July 1918. Age 39. Husband of Beatrice Hopkins, of 21, Union Mansions, Pretoria. Born at Dublin, Ireland I. A. 1
ISRAETZ, Sergeant, E, 14596. South African Special Service Company. 24th August 1918. Age 24. Husband of Ada Israetz, of Bethlehem, Orange Free State II. B. 1
JOHNSON, Driver, W B, MT/7030. South African Service Corps. 29th January 1918. Age 20. Son of Francis Herbert Johnson, of Durban II. A. 1
KELLY, Driver, H, MT/1404. M.T. Coy. South African Service Corps. 10th October 1918. I. A. 6
KUNNEKE, Driver, J D, MT/3705. M.T. Coy. South African Service Corps. 7th December 1918. Age 34. Son of Mr. C. P. and Mrs. C. Kunneke; husband of Mrs. A. C. P. Kunneke, of 12, Gibbon St., Uitenhage, Cape Province II. A. 5
MOORE, Conductor, W, T/785. South African Service Corps. 11th August 1918. II. C. 10
MUSSON, Private, F A, CM/872. South African Motor Cyclist Corps. 2nd July 1918. II. C. 2
McKENZIE, Corporal, H, 12128. Military Labour Corps. 10th December 1918. I. D. 4
OBERMEYER, Driver, J B, MT/8235. South African Service Corps. 10th February 1919. II. A. 8
PRIMMER, Private, W H, RC/92. 2nd. South African Road Corps. 11th September 1918. Age 48. Son of Mrs. E. Primmer, of Pretoria, Transvaal I. 13. 10
REYNOLDS, Pioneer, J F H, D/381. South African Engineers. Died of influenza 11th December 1918. Age 35. Son of Richard and Catherine Reynolds; husband of Kathleen C. C. W. Reynolds, of Excelsior, Orange Free State I. C. 8
ROSE, Lieutenant, CLAUD VINCENT, South African Permanent Force attd. 2nd/2nd King's African Rifles. Killed in action 6th September 1918. Age 28. Son of Peter and Katie Rose. Born at Beaufort West, Cape Province II. C. 8
ROWSON, Signaller, T, 1438. South African Div., Signal Coy. South African Signal Service. 23rd August 1918. I. D. 2
RUDMAN, Pioneer, EVELYN, D/879. South African Engineers. Died of influenza 9th December 1918. Age 33. Husband of C. Rudman, of Du Plooy St., Potchefstroom, Transvaal I. C. 6
SMITH, Sergeant, CECIL JOHN, 14600. South African Special Service Company. 11th December 1918. Age 20. Son of George Henry and Aletta Petronella Smith (nee Lesch), of Elliot, Cape Province II. A. 2
SMITH, Sergeant, EDWIN, E/40. South African Engineers. 10th December 1918. Age 38. Son of Benjamin and Sarah Ann Smith II. A. 6
STOLTZ, Pioneer, C F, D/784. South African Pioneers. 3rd December 1918. Age 19. Son of Mrs. A. M. M. E. Stoltz, of Kafferstad, Bethal, Transvaal I. B. 4
SUNTON, Private, VICTOR JOHN, 10399. 5th Regt. South African Infantry. Died of sickness 30th June 1917. Age 30. Son of Mrs. E. Iverson, of 7, South St., North End, Port Elizabeth, Cape Province II. A. 9
VAN DER MERWE, Pioneer, P G, D/874. South African Engineers. 18th December 1918. Age 22. Son of Barend Jacobus van der Merwe and Anna Magdalena van der Merwe, of 13, Charles St., Beaconsfield, Cape Province II. B. 7
WALLIS, Sapper, ROBERT EDWARD, D/701. South African Engineers. Died of sickness at Chinga 18th September 1918. Age 44. Son of Alfred and Mary Hannah Wallis. Served (as Serjt.) with Botha's Horse, Oct., 1914. Aug., 1915. Served with 2nd South African Rifles, Sept., 1915-1917. Born at Derby, England I. A. 7
WHITE, Pioneer, A J, D/798. South African Engineers. 9th December 1918. I. D. 3
WILLIS, Pioneer, CLIFFORD HADDINGHAM, D/852. South African Engineers. 5th December 1918. Age 23. Son of Maria Magdalena Willis, of 72, Transvaal Rd., Kimberley, and the late C. R. Willis I. C. 1
SAs Other Units
GOLDRICK, Lieutenant, A C. Special List attd. 1st King's African Rifles. 30th August 1918. Age 30. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Goldrick, of Johannesburg, Transvaal. Born at Kimberley, Cape Province. II. D. 1.
Name: MOIR, DOUGLAS
Name: POPPLEWELL, HARRY BURY
PEMBA CEMETERY - TAKE ALL THE PHOTOS OF ALL THE GRAVES HERE
Pemba Cemetery is located in the town of Pemba, set up on a hill. On entering the town along the airport road, you will pass a large church on the left side called Santa Isabela. Take the first road left, then first right, first left again and the cemetery is found at the end of the road on the left. African and Indian casualties buried outside the cemetery, are commemorated on Screen Walls of the Pemba Memorial, within the cemetery. Pemba (formerly known as Porto Amelia) was the base of the Anglo-Portuguese forces in 1918 and 103 Commonwealth casualties (including 1 unidentified) and one Portuguese soldier are now buried in the Commonwealth plots.
GREEN, Corporal, A K, 12269. Military Labour Corps. 27th April 1918. B. 16
PEMBA MEMORIAL - TAKE ALL THE PHOTOS OF ALL THE GRAVES HERE
The memorial is located in Pemba Cemetery, which is located in the town of Pemba set up on a hill. On entering the town along the airport road, you will pass a large church on the left side called Santa Isabela. Take the first road left, then first right, first left again and the cemetery is found at the end of the road on the left. Pemba Memorial commemorates African and Indian soldiers and sailors buried outside the cemetery whose graves could not be maintained. The names of the servicemen commemorated are engraved on panels on a Screen Wall.
GREEN CHARLES, Driver, 9320. South African Remounts. 26th May 1918.
NGAUWE BENGISA, Cape Boy, 9337. South African Remounts. 17th July 1918.
XALUVA JOHN, Cape Boy, 20628. South African Remounts. 14th April 1918.
KAMANA, Private, 1917. Rhodesia Native Regiment. 16th June 1918.
VILA MANICA CEMETERY
The cemetery is located about 20 kilometres from the Zimbabwean border (Mutare border crossing) and is close to the railway track. The cemetery (formerly known as Macequece European Cemetery) is West of the town, across a stream.
McPHALL, Private, HUGH, A/346. British South African Police. Killed in
railway accident 6th August 1917. Grave 646. Near middle of East half.