Here is a link to a podcast from the National Archives titled For king and another country: Indian soldiers on the Western Front.
In Loving memory Of
Colonel Edwin BEDDY
29th Punjab Infantry
Who Died At Netley May 8th 1919
Aged 82 Years
Also of His Youngest Son
Rafe Langdon Beddy
Lieut 5th Royal Gurkha Rifles
Who Died of Wounds Received In Action
In Gallipoli June 4th 1915 aged 27 Years
And Is Buried In Gallipoli
Edwin was married to Harriet Alice.
1911 census has Edwin age 74 an Indian Army Colonel born in Bengal India living with wife Harriet Alice age 61 born in Devon and children Alice Hazel Langdon Beddy age 30, Edna Clare Langdon Beddy age 28, daughter in law Eileen Beddy and grandaughter Eileen Alice Moriarty Beddy age 1 and 4 servants in Llandingat Carmarthenshire, Wales.
Their other children were Edwin Sidney Langdon Beddy, Percy Langdon Beddy, Bertram Langdon Beddy and Rafe Langdon Beddy.
Burial no 2011 Officers Church of England
Colonel Eric Gordon PERRY
See Burials With Medals and Awards
T. F. SALMON
India Misc. List
Died 4th December 1919
Thomas Francis was 54 years of age and was in "D" Block.
The British Library has a record describing what was to be done with Thomas's children due to their mother sadly dying in 1917.
He left behind 3 orphaned children, Marjorey Ellen age 13, Frederick Randolf age 4 and Maud Freda Raphacle age 3. He had an elder son Martin Edward Francis who was serving in the Forces.
Apparently, a Mrs. Murphy took the children to London so that they could attend a School for Officers Children and not be put into a Pauper's school.
Rachel Hasted has compiled a list of Indian Army Deaths in WWI in England. These are the names from Netley