From internal evidence obtained from other photographs, the photograph/postcard below was apparently one of a series which were the property of a member of 1/Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers serving in Crete in 1907/1908.
The text reads:
Taken just after a funeral.
Another view of our cemetery.
This was taken by one of our men.
The chap that was buried when this was taken, was in hospital with me and died of Malarial fever after 5 days illness, and no one knew who his people were, Sid
Three members of 1/Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers died while the Battalion was stationed on Crete between February 1907 and February 1908. Given that the majority of British servicemen who died during the Intervention did so of disease and the records available are not that detailed, it’s almost impossible to determine who it was that is referred to on the postcard. The memorials in the British military cemetery in Agios Konstantinos and Helene, Iraklion, indicate however, that the deceased is one of the following :
Private J. Reid No. 8733 Died 13th July 1907 Age 19 C Company
Corporal A.E. Smith No. 4564 Died 2nd October 1907 Age 32 C Company
Private R. Truesdale No. 8730 Died 9th August 1907 Age 19 C Company
Hopefully, someone eventually found out who his people were and informed them accordingly.