at the GOVERNMENT CEMETERY
ANGLO-INDIANS BURIED AT SAMBALPUR, ODISHA,INDIA
Lieutenant Adam Davidson – of the 11th regiment Bengal Native Infantry, Youngest son of Late Robert Davidson died on 11th February 1824Alice Eva- 10 months old infant child of Doctor J.A.Fox died on 18 November 1866Alfred Hulbert Tietkins –coal miner died on 16th September 1911Ammal Kiraonia – chinatambl, 2nd regiment died on 25th September 1876Annama – mother of Marian Buttler died on 4thNovember 1879 at the age of 83Annama Poudri Ran – drowned in Bargarh tank on 7th February 1879, cremated at SambalpurArthur Perry Woodbridge - son of E.C.Woodbridge of Briton Captain A.P.Woodbridge was with the 40th Madras Infantry stationed at Sambalpur during the revolution under the leadership of Surendra Sai. While in war at Pahadsirgida, Woodbridge was killed on 12th February 1858 . His body was rescued on 14th and was cremated here.Arthur Gabourel Collington - Surgeon died on 18-1-1885Agens Josephine Casey – 5 months old infant child of J.M.Casey, buried in August1902.Alfred Hulbert Tietkins –coal miner died on 16th September 1911Charlotte Harrison –wife of late conductor John Harrison of Bengal Ordinance Commission rate died on 6th march 1871.Her husband and son died in Kabul disaster of 1841Clororesmal – wife of a Jawan in the 5th company sepoy of the 27th Regiment died on 9th Feb 1891Charles Lukas Babington – Post Master of Sambalpur and Executive officer on the Raipur road died on 25th May 1843 at the age of 48Cecil Thomas – Civil Surgeon of Sambalpur died on 20-12-1868Daniel Moses – of Regiment, Puduchherry died on 3rd March 1892Edward Roughsedge - son of Rev. R.H.Roughsedge was the Major of the 26th regiment N.I. , Political Agent to the Governor General , South West Frontier deputed at Sambalpur after it was taken over by the East India Company . Roughsedge was given charge to look after the affair and to give directions to the king of Sambalpur and other 17 states which were under it . He fell ill for 3 months and died near Mahanadi at Sonepur on 13th January 1822 was cremated at SambalpurEli Alderson – British Army, Retired, died on 8th November 1934Elizabeth Mary Casey – wife of J.M.Casey died on 6th June 1955 at the age 88Elizabeth Cole – wife of W.A.Cole died on 22-3-1873Elen Phelips – wife of Lieutenant A.D.Phelips of 43rd regiment M.N.I died on 19th March 1864Edith Helen – 3 month and 11 days old infant child of William Alfred Nedham, Asst Commissioner died on12-11-1880Ernest Stucley Buck – 3 years 9 month old infant son of Lieutenant colonel Lewis William Buck and Harriett Jane Archer, born 28th April 1866 at Secunderabad died on 11-1-1870Francis Maria Babington – child of Lucas and Juliet and grand daughter of Charles Lukas died at the age 1 year 14 days only died on 2nd March 1863Francis- pensioner, ex- sipoy died in 1877Captain Fred Anfree- of 4th N.I died at Sambalpur on 12th January 1819Captain G.Abbott of 15th B.N.I died at Sambalpur on 1.4.1838George Charles Bouton –Surgeon, Left wing, second regiment died on 22-6-1878Gertreidi Marry- 3 months old infant child of Florence B. Gourrie Manera died on 12TH December 1882Hastings Broughton Impey Grandson of Sir Elijah Impey ,the first Chief Justice of Calcutta Supreme Court and son of Justice Edward Impey .Major in the infantry H.B.Impey entered into civil services and became the Deputy Commissioner of Sambalpur in April 1861 . He adopted the policy of understanding with the Mutineers of Sambalpur and brought peace .But he along with his wife fell ill .Wife Georgina Cordelia died on 11th December 1863 and H.B.Impey followed her on 14th December 1863Henry D’ Lima – Retired from Police service died on 31 July 1936 at the age of 67Major Henry Delves Broughton Smith – was born on 3rd May 1831 at Surrey, England. He was the son of Henry Smith and Emma Delves Broughton , got married to Maria Zulienne Ricks D/O John Ricks and Dorothea Lawson Yarde on 12th August 1856 at Secunderabad died on 12th June 1872 at Sambalpur at the age 41.Henry William – Drummer of 2nd regiment died on 4th January 1888Infant daughter of Arthur and Eva Hankin born on 7th and died on 23rd September 1885Dr. John Cadenhead - born on 9th May 1811 was an Assistant Surgeon in the Madras Army successfully led the Army during Khond insurgency at Ghoomsur. For this he was appointed as the Principal Assistant Agent in the South West Frontier Agency. When Sambalpur was annexed in the British Empire in 1849, Cadenhead was made the first ever Principal Assistant .He gained in an extraordinary degree of confidence of the people because of opening of the first Anglo-vernacular school at Sambalpur. .He died on the 17th November 1851 at the age of 40Major John Bates -Major in 40th Madras Regiment was the Commander at Sambalpur was died on 15th February 1858 due to illness after 3 days of death of Woodbridge.J.Francis –Mate, who supervised construction of Political Agent office just after its completion on 15.2.1914.Jennie Pike – wife of John Gregory Pike, belongs to General Baptist Missionary Society of England died on 19-9-1888Dr. James Augustus Fox – Assistant Surgeon MNI in medical charge, right wings 37th grandeors died on 19th November 1866John George –infant child of George Arobella Mcgill of Topographical Survey born on 27th February 1862 died on 24th May 1863James Clerk Graham – Asst Postmaster, Sambalpur died on 21 July 1842John Christopher Robinson –Asst Surveyor on the Raipur Road and Asst Post Master of Sambalpur died on 25 September 1840James Babington – the youngest twin son born on the 6th and died on 8th January 1843James Johnstone –Assistant Surgeon, doing duty with Ramgarh Corps. Died at Sambalpur on 21st September 1822Jack Buttler – son of JuisI Math Buttler residence of Raivellore died in January 1880John Gornall Midford – Pontoon bridge Inspector BNR died on 8th December 1917 at the age of 57John Martin Casey – of sisal plantation died on 7th April 1940 due to Bronco Pneumonia at the age of 68John D’ Lima – Police Haviladar died on 4th June 1952 at the age of 45Lieutenant J.Dougles of 7th Regiment of N.I aged 21, only son of Admiral J.T.Dougles died at Sambalpur on 11.10.1819Lorries Kotina –of Goa was the cook of Deputy Commissioner W.M.Crawford died on 17 June 1906Mary Louisa Harper Collins – of Church of England died on 12th September 1897Mariamal – wife of Veda Botha died on 6th February 1873Mary Arokyam – daughter of Jamadar Bastia of 7th Regiment M.N.I died in 19 August 1880Madhora Mehomushala – of 8th Regiment died on 2nd October 1863Naikan Lesar – of 2nd regiment died in August 1878Infant daughter 0f Dr. E. Noyes of American Baptist Missionary died on 19th September1836 at the age of 16 months onlyMrs. Philips – Wife of Dr. Philips of American Baptist Missionary died on 1st November 1836Private Chinappan – of 14th M.I.died on 6th Feb 1900Philomena D’ Lima - wife of H.D.Lima died in the month of June, 1938Ralph Reginald - Ticket Collector BNR died on 11th February 1914Rebecca - wife of Pay Havildar Sepoy in 2nd Regiment died on 15 February 1881Rebecca Teresa Lucas- infant daughter of J.Lucas, Major 7th N.I died on 24-2-1879 at the age of 4 years 6 monthsThomas – Drummer, 2nd Regiment died on 22nd January 1874Thomas Ownes – Bridge oversear died in 1906Veda Botha Kam Amal –of 2nd Regiment 5th company died on 6th February 1873Vera Marry Comber – died 29th November 1910Willam Nethersole B.A , LLM ,Bar at Law of the Bengal Civil Service, eldest son of John and Mary Hennah Nethersole was the Settlement officer at Sambalpur .On 1888 october 9th he was fell from horse at Haldipali near Sohela and died on 11th , cremated at SambalpurWalter Henry Packer – driver to the agent Assam tea labour Association died on 6th june 1908William Berry – head clerk of Deputy Commissioner Office, died on 2nd April 1869Young wife of Dr. Philips & infant child of Dr. E. Noyes are buried at a place which is now inside the Reserved Police Line, infront of Ashapali School, Sambalpur. All others are buried at Government Cemetery.