Christie grave monument in St James Garden , Picadilly, London, England
Christie grave monument: legible names and details
|1826||16||1810||first name on monument|
|1831||57||1774||father of Christie||Lived in King St; St James' Square; London|
|1803||19||1784||relationship not given of Christie||Died of fever at Port Royal; Jamaica; on board a captured slave ship|
|1803||relationship not given of Christie||Lived in Pall Mall; London|
|1798||65||1733||relationship not given of Christie|
|relationship not given of Christie|
|1790||relationship not given of Christie||Wife of James Christie of Pall Mall; London|
|1812||32||1780||relationship not given of Christie||Killed in action with the 5th Regt of the Bombay Native Infantry in Persia by the river Arasz at the battle of Aslanduz in Georgia; in an attack by Russian troops on the Persian camp|
|1834||27||1807||relationship not given of Christie|
|1821||39||1782||relationship not given of Christie|
|1812||2||1810||son of Christie|
Please note that all ages and dates of birth in red have been calculated and are probably not on the monument.
The calculated dates of birth should be treated with caution as the ages given on monuments are often inaccurate.