Alone at his Dead Master’s service. ~ Commoner28th


2 Responses to “Alone at his Dead Master’s service. ~ Commoner28th”

  1. September 27, 2008 at 5:01 am

    Jacobabd once a developed city in the Sind Province of Pakistan owes its name to Brigadier General C.B(11 January 1812—6 December 1858), A British Army officer, still highly regarded and respected by the locals of the area . He died of ill health at Jacobabad on 6 December 1858. He was buried in the town where his grave has been well-maintained by the locals for whom he retains a cult status, according to BBC correspondent Mark Tully locals believe he has saintlike status.

    The old man in this portrait is the care taker of John Jacob’s grave ( Jacobian Christian Cemetery) for the last 20-25 years and has dedicated his life for this purpose only.

    For more reading about Brig John Jacob See ;

  2. November 9, 2008 at 3:05 am

    For further information on General John Jacob CB please look at the new website I am developing.

    Thank you.

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