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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
M Du Pont August 18 1942 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
J G Foster August 17 1942 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
F Friar August 5 1946 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
Jacobus Goliath September 19 1944 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
P Hankekom July 1 1942 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
Dirk Human October 30 1943 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
M Itiseng December 3 1945 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
Joel Jangile September 26 1942 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
T Kamele January 2 1946 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
B Kgorong April 15 1946 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
Elias Khanyane November 27 1943 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
Johannes Kumalo July 28 1945 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
P Kumalo January 27 1944 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
J Ledikwa May 6 1942 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
M Lehoti February 25 1946 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
Koos Lesaane September 11 1943 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
S Lobakeng September 18 1946 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
R Lobinda March 5 1945 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
D Lodewyk October 23 1942 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
B Mabuza November 26 1945 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
Johannes Madisha April 5 1943 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
R Mafoma November 17 1945 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
John Mareme September 30 1945 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
Henry Martin December 13 1942 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
M Mashane April 3 1946 Cullinan Military Cemetery (Gauteng, South Africa)
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