Travel to Burma / Myanmar: Moulmein 6: British Tombstones
British cemeteries across the Asian Rim are lonely places, but few are as decayed--almost impassible--as the main one in Moulmein, west of the ridge and south of the prison. Without a machete, you can only approach a few of the tombstones.
The main gate. No signs. Happy hunting if you want to find it.
With a bit of bushwhacking, this stone emerged.
Cholera? A daughter dies at 18, and her mother follows ten days later.
If South Asia wasn't the "white man's grave," it came pretty close for a while.
An American missionary daughter buried next to her parents' church at the corner of Boho Street and Dawei Jetty road--formerly Dalhousie Road and Mission
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