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NAGAWKAR, SAMUEL MOSES:

Jewish Burial-Ground, Nagasaki, Japan.(From a photograph.)

Beni-Israel soldier; born at Bombay about 1810. He enlisted in the 10th Regiment Native Infantry Oct. 1, 1832. He was on foreign service at Aden from 1840 to 1844, served in the southern Mahratta war in 1844 and 1845 and in the campaign in Central India, and was present at Kotah, Padoon, Chanderi, the Serai, Gwalior, Pawrie, Bijapur, Koodeye, Jhansi, and Khaira in1858 and 1859. Nagawkar went through the Abyssinian campaign of 1867 and 1868, and retired Dec. 28, 1871.

J. J. Hy.
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