Odibo (St. Mary's) Mission Station Graves, Oshikango
- Country Namibia
- Total identified casualties 10 Find these casualties
- Identified casualties from First World War
- GPS Coordinates Latitude: -17.40083, Longitude: 15.93853
The cemetery is situated near the St. Mary's Mission Station. Just before the Oshikango border post on the Angola border, turn right and follow the border road for 4.4 km. Turn right and follow the road/track for 1.4 km past and then around the mission station to its rear, past a water reservoir, to the right of a soccer field and the definite track leads to the graves 0.3 km further on.
As the roads are very sandy, it is advisable to use a light truck to travel from the border post. It is also advisable to consult the Mission staff in connection with the position of the graves or the SA Agency, prior to a visit.
Nine of the graves are those of men who fell on 6 February 1917 in a punitive expedition against the Kwamyama chief Mandume. These graves were originally at Namacunde in Angola and were moved to Odibo in 1929.