Jackson - Lieutenant Charles - 3rd Foot - died 18th October 1813.
Grave at Kane Churchyard, co. Louth, Ireland -
"Erected by John Dickie of Crunaleenan in memory of Lieutenant Charles Jackson of Lisnaboe, County Meath late H.M. 3rd regiment of Buffs who died at Woodbine Cottage 18 October 1813 aged 75 Years and here interred at his own request."

Jackson - Lieutenant-Colonel Gregory - 15th Madras Native Infantry - died 1st April 1835.
Born 5th December 1780 at Topsham, Devon. Son of James & Sarah Jackson. Married Matilda Hanna, 5th May 1813.
Grave at Penang -
"This monument is erected by his brother officers and friends to the memory of Lieut Colonel Gregory Jackson 15th Regiment M.N.I. Aged 55 years Also of his wife Matilda Jackson Aged 59 years And their eldest son Gregory Jackson Aged 21 years. both parents expired on the morning of the 1st April 1835, and their son the previous afternoon from jungle fever."

Jackson - Lieutenant-Colonel Hungerford Deedes - Royal Artillery - died 9th June 1878.
Son of Welby Brown Jackson (Bengal Civil Service). Born at Allahabad, 4th May 1833. Served in Crimea with the Turkish Contingent 1855, Mutiny 1857 (medal), Bhutan 1865 (medal and bar).
Grave at Srinagar -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Col Hungerford D. Jackson R.A., who died 9.6.78 Aged 45 years. He served in the Crimean & Bhootan Campaigns & the siege of Delhi R.I.P."

Jackson - Captain Robert Henry Stuart - South Durham Militia - died 18th October 1854.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"Sacred to the memory of Robert Henry Stuart Jackson. Late of the 97th Regiment. Captain & Adjutant of the 1st South Durham Militia. Born March 26th 1818. Died Octr 18th 1854. Aged 36 years."

Jacob - Assistant-Surgeon W.A. - 24th Madras Native Infantry - died 12th September 1863.
Born in 1848, son of Surgeon G.O. Jacob.
Grave at Vizianagram -
"In memory of Asstt. Surgeon W.A. Jacob M.D. 24th Regiment N.I. who died at Vizianagram 12th September 1863 aged 38 years."

Jacobs - Surgeon William - Wexford Militia - died 24th September 1810.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Beneath this stone are deposited the remains of William Jacobs, Regimental Surgeon in the Wexford Militia who died 24th September 1810. Erected to his memory by his Regiment and fellow officers who deeply regret his great loss."

James - Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Currey- Bengal Army - died 13th April 1866.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"Henry Currey James Lieut-Col HM Bengal Army Born at Croydon England died at Rome April 13 1866 Aged 49."

James - Major Hugh Rees, CB - Bengal Staff Corps - died 10th October 1864.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and bar). CB in 1860.
Grave at Abbottabad -
"In memory of Major Hugh Rees James C.B. eldest surviving son of the late Honbl Hugo James attorney general of Jamaica and of Amilie his wife, Comr and Superintendant of the Peshawar Division died October 10th 1864 in the 41st year of his age."

James - Lieutenant Hugo - 44th Bengal Native Infantry - died 21st November 1858.
Brother of Major Rees James (above). Served Punjab 1848 (medal and bar).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Hugo James 44th Regt N.I. who died November 21st 1858, aged 31 years."

James - Lieutenant William Colville - Royal Marines - died 12th May 1895.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"William Colville James. Lieutenant. Half Pay. Royal Marines. Grandson of David James Esqr. J.P. of Womaston, Radnorshire. Born 16th June 1846. Fell asleep 12th May 1895."

Jay - Cornet W.T. - King's Dragoon Guards -
died 4th December 1860.
Memorial in Holy Trinity Church, Bangalore -
"Sacred to the memories of: Cornet R. Elliot, Kings Dragon Guards died at Madras 30 April 1860. Cornet J. Greatorex, KDG, died at Bangalore 19 March 1861. Cornet W.T. Jay, Lt. Caw. who died while on service with the Left Wing King's Dragoon Guards in China 4 December 1860. Cornet H.W. Cockerell, MLC, died while doing duty with the KDG at Bangalore 8 August 1860. Erected by the Officers King's Dragoon Guards and the Officers M.L. Cavalry attached."

Jenkins - Lieutenant Frederick - 44th Foot - died 9th September 1840.
Grave at Karnal -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutt Fredk Jenkins Her Ms 44th Regt who died on the 9th Sept 1840 aged 25 years. Deeply and sincerely regretted by his brother officers."

Jenkins - Assistant-Surgeon John Edward - 31st Foot - died 24th August 1844.
Grave at Ambala -
"Sacred to the memory of J.E. Jenkins Late Assistant Surgeon in Hr Ms 31st Regt who departed this life on the 24th day of August 1844. Aged 27 years. This tomb is erected by his brother officers to mark their esteem."

Jenkins - Colonel Richard - 1st Bengal Cavalry - died 9th September 1880.
Son of Sir Richard Jenkins, GCB (ex-Bombay Civil Service). Born 8th September 1828. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel Richard Jenkins Commandant 1st Bengal Cavalry. Eldest son of Sir Richard Jenkins G.C.B. of Beeton Hall, Salop. died at Rawulpindee on the 9th September 1880. aged 52 years. This tablet is erected as a mark of respect & affection by his brother officers."

Jenkins - Lieutenant Robert Edward Arthur - 20th Punjab Infantry - died 28th February 1876.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant R.E.A. Jenkins. 20th Regiment PI who died 28th February 1876 aged 28 years. Erected by his brother officers as a token of regard."

Jenkins - Ensign T.G. - 55th Bengal Native Infantry - died 14th October 1843.
Grave at Ambala -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign T.G. Jenkins 55th Regt Bengal N.I. who died 14th Octr 1843."

Jenkins - Major Thomas - Madras Army - died 16th May 1877.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Sacred to the memory of Major Thomas Askwith Jenkins of Trevigin, Pembrokshire late of the Madras Army. Born July 10th 1809. Died May 16th 1877."

Jephson - Surgeon William Holmes, MD - died 7th April 1870.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars), Yusafzai (medal and bar), Crimea 1855 (medal and bar, Order of Medjidie 5th class).
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of William Holmes Jephson M.D. Deputy Inspector General of Hospitals British Forces who died at Meean Meer on the 7th April 1870. Also of his son Noble who died May 31st 1869."

Johnson - Major Arthur Cyril Beaumont - 1st Gurkha Rifles - died 11th September 1904.
Memorial at St. Peter's and St. Paul's Church, Upton on Severn - "In loving memory of Arthur Cyril Beaumont Johnson, Major, 1st Gurkha Rifles, who died at Dharmsala, India on 11th September 1904 in his 42nd year this tablet is erected by his family."

Johnson - Lieutenant-Colonel Hugh - Bengal Army - died 26th February 1874.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"Sacred to the dear memory of Hugh Johnson, Lieut. Colonel late Bengal Army, who died at Cheltenham, 26th February 1874, aged 68 years."

Johnson - Surgeon-Major James Richard - 5th Goorkha Rifles - died 20th May 1878.
Served Waziristan 1860 (medal and bar), Jowaki 1877 (bar). Married Charlotte Simeon at Mian Mir, 12th December 1867.
Tablet in St. Luke's Church, Abbottabad -
"In memory of Surgeon Major James Richard Johnson 5th Goorkha Regiment who died at Abbottabad May 20th 1878 of typhus fever contracted in the zealous performance of his duty whilst attending the famine stricken poor in Hazara aged 40 years."

Johnsons - Lieutenant-Colonel John, CB - Bombay Engineers - died 11th February 1846.
Memorial near Dunnville, Port Maitland, Canada -
"To the memory of John Johnson, late Lieutenant Colonel of the Bombay Engineers and Companion of the Bath. who departed this life on the 11th of February 1846, aged 77 years. "In memory of Dederika, widow of the late Lieut. Col. John Johnson, C. B., who departed this life on the 15th day of April A.D. 1850, aged 74 years."

Johnson - Captain Thomas Shaw - 33rd Madras Infantry - died 27th March 1900.
Served Burma 1887 (medal and bar).
Grave at Gilgit -
"Captain Thomas Shaw Johnson, born 7th April 1864. died 27th March 1900."
"In loving memory of Captain Thomas Shaw Johnson 33rd Madras Infantry (3rd Burma Battalion) who was killed out shooting by a fall down a cliff near Rakiot nallah on 27th March 1900. Erected by his sorrowing mother & by his brother officers of the Gligit Agency & 3rd Burma Battalion."

Johnson - Lieutenant William Byrne - 55th Foot - died 6th August 1876.
Son of William (Bengal Civil Service) and Mary Johnson. Born at Allahabad, 19th July 1836. Served Crimea 1854-56 (medal and bar, wounded). Retired from the army in 1857.
Grave at Simla -
"Here rest in hope the mortal remains of William Byrne Johnson late Lieut H.M. 55th Foot who died at Simla on the 6th August 1876 aged 40 years & 18 days. This monument is erected as a token of deep affection by his aged grandmother."

Johnston - Ensign Christopher - 2nd Bn. Rifle Brigade - died 14th July 1863.
Served in the ranks of the Rifle Brigade. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar). Ensign in 1859.
Grave at Subathu -
"In memory of Christopher Johnston Ensign 2nd Batt. Rifle Brigade died at Subathoo 14th July 1863 aged 42 years."

Johnston - Lieutenant G.H.M. - 12th Foot - died 13th February 1845.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant G.H.M Johnston of HM 12th Regt of Foot who died at Rome 13th Feb 1845 Aged 21."

Johnston - Assistant-Surgeon John Lawrence - 75th Foot - died 24th May 1853.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Erected by the officers of H.M. 75th Reg. In memory of Asst. Surgeon J.L. Johnston Born 23rd March 1824. Died 24th May 1853."

Johnstone - 2nd Lieutenant Augustus Satchwell - Bengal Engineers - died 20th December 1853.
Son of Surgeon James Johnstone, MD (Bengal Medical Service). Born at Bareilly, 7th January 1828. Married Louisa Brownlow at Arrah, 4th September 1849. Grave at Ferozepore -
"Beneath this tomb lie the mortal remains of Augustus Satchwell Johnstone 2nd Lieutt Bengal Engineers who died at Ferozepore on the 20th Decr 1853. Aged 25 years and 11 months. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."

Johnstone - Lieutenant Charles - 46th Foot - died 17th September 1826.
Grave at Chinsurah -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Charles Johnstone, H.M. 46th Regt. who died on Sunday the 17th Sept. 1826, aged 24 years."

Johnstone - Major-General George Nassau - Madras Army.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"George Nassau Johnstone Major Genl. Madras Army Retired who departed this life Decr 13th 1888 Aged 60 Years."

Jones - Lieutenant Alfred Burnall - 3rd Madras Native Infantry - died 12th September 1834.
Grave at Vizianagram -
"Erected by the officers of the third Regiment or Palamcottah Light Infantry to the memory of Lieutenant Alfred Burnall Jones of that Corps who died at Vizianagrum on the 12th September 1834 and in the 25th year of his age."

Jones - Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur, CB - 71st Foot - died 1836
Jones - Lieutenant Arthur, CB - 71st Foot - died 1856
Jones - Lieutenant P. - Royal Navy - died 1836
Grave at St. Paul's Church, Fort Erie, Canada -
"Lieut.-Col. Arthur Jones, C.B., 71st Regt. 1836. Lieut. Arthur Jones, 71st Regt. 1856. Lieut. P. Jones, R.N. 1839."

Jones - Lieutenant Gilbert - Madras Horse Artillery - died 9th March 1857.
Memorial at St. Nicholas Church, Montgomery -
"Sacred to the memory of Gilbert Jones 1st Lieutenant of the Madras Horse Artillery third son of the late Rear Admiral Sir Charles Thomas Jones KNT of Fronfraith in this County who died at Kamptee near Madras on the 9th March 1857. He lived universally respected and died deeply regretted by both officers and men of the Regiment to which he belonged. This tablet is erected by his widow."

Jones - Major-General James - died 22nd of September 1856.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"In memory of Louisa Dacres, the beloved wife of Colonel James Jones, Knight of the Hanoverian Guelphic Order and the Order of Charles the Third of Spain. She departed this life at Cheltenham May the 19th 1847." "In memory of Major General James Jones, fourth son of Michael Jones, of Caton in the county of Lancaster, Esqre. Died in London the 22 of Sep. 1856. Aged 47 years. His remains are buried in the vault beneath."

Jones - Major John - 25th Light Dragoons -
died 26th September 1809.
Grave at Penang -
"To the memory of Major John Jones of His Majesty's 25th Regt of Light Dragoons who died most deservedly lamented by all who knew him on the 26th day of September 1809 aged 29 years."

Jones - Major-General Sir John Thomas, KCB - Royal Engineers - died 26th February 1843.
Memorial at Church of St. Philip and St. James, Leckhampton, Cheltenham -
"Sacred to the memory of Major-General Sir John Thomas Jones, Baronet, K.C.B., of Cranmer Hall, Norfolk. He served with distinction in the Corps of Royal Engineers throughout the campaigns of Calabria, Walcheren, and the Peninsula. The Lines of Torres Vedras, the Belgian fortresses constructed after 1815, are lasting memorials of his genius and science. He died at Cheltenham on the 26th, of February, AD 1843, aged 60 years. A statue has been erected to his memory in St. Paul's Cathedral by the Officers of the Corps of Royal Engineers."

Jones - Colonel Lestock Boileau, CIE - 3rd Punjab Cavalry - died 5th May 1879.
Born at Chester, 25th April 1826. Served Maharajpoor 1843 (star), Punjab 1848 (medal and bar, wounded), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar). Married Sarah Evans, at Tenby, South Wales, 3rd July 1862.
Tablet in St. Augustine's Church, Kohat -
"In affectionate memory of Colonel Lestock Boileau Jones C.I.E. Commandant 3rd Punjab Cavalry who died in London 5th May 1879 aged 54. This tablet is erected by those officers who served under him in the Regiment which he Commanded for 20 years."

Jones - Major-General Nathaniel - Bengal Army - died 21st July 1869.
Born in Lambeth, 1800. Served Assam 1824. Married Mary Biggs at Cawnpore, 29th January 1836.
Grave at Murree -
"Sacred to the memory of Major General Nathaniel Jones Bengal Army who died at Murree 21st July 1869 aged 69 years."

Jones - Ensign William - Carnatic European Veteran Battalion - died 8th January 1833.
Husband of Suzanna Charlotte Jones.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign William Jones late of the Hon. Comp. Car. Eur. Vet. Batt. who departed this life on the 8th day of Jan 1833 aetat 59 years. This respectable officer served the Hon. Compy. faithfully and truly for a period of 40 years with credit to himself and satisfaction to his employers. His disconsolate widow and afflicted children have caused this monument to be erected over his remains as a tribute of affection and respect to the best of husbands best of fathers."