Capt John Anthony Keogh

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Panelling
  • Timber Oak
Lettering: Incised
  • Colonial India
About the memorial: Memorial to Captain John Anthony Keogh, 1st Battalion (Prince of Wales's Own) 12th Frontier Force Regiment. Son of John Henry Keogh and Georgiana Lucy Keogh (nee Breton). Baptised on 10 Dec 1904 in Karnal, Bengal, India. Commissioned on 27 Aug 1924. Joined the 1st Battalion (PWO) 12th Frontier Force Regiment, Indian Army on 12 Oct 1925. Promoted to Captain 27 Aug 1933. Based in Saugor, Waziristan from 12 Nov 1934. Died of wounds in Razmak, Bengal, India (now North Waziristan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan). Buried in Razmak on 8 Feb 1937.
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Captain J A Keogh, 1st Bn PWO 12th Frontier Force Regt. Died of wounds Razmak, NW Frontier February 7th 1937.

John Anthony Keogh

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