Seeking British policeman in Hong Kong, late 1800s early 1900s
According to a family story, a great-grand uncle who was a policeman in Britain went to Hong Kong. His name was John Diamond, born Cornwall, 1860. I *think* he was still in the UK in 1893 but am not 100% sure.
The story is that he is buried in the Happy Valley Cemetery.
I've searched the "List of People" on this site, and there are no Diamonds there (or Dymond/Dimond) under police or otherwise.
I have been through all the pages of "Register of Interments (Foreigners), 1884-1973 - from Colonial Cemetery (Happy Valley) 跑馬地殖民地墳場 on Family search.
and others, with no luck. It is possible he married a local as the family legend says "his grandson married a Chinese woman and their daughter married a big man named Boult".
It isn't much to go on. But does anyone have any ideas on where I should be searching next?