Leading Seaman Albert Fry OBE of the Royal Navy was awarded for his "untiring zeal" during the loss of HMS Gipsy. He died in Co. Antrim on 13th March 1941.
Petty Officer Telegraphist Albert Neilly died on board HMS Mahratta when the Destroyer went down after a torpedo attack by U-990 on 25th February 1944.
Seaman Alfred Moore of Ballymartin, Co. Down died on 8th April 1942 when aircraft carrier HMS Hermes went down after an aerial bombing raid by the Japanese.
Leading Stoker Alfred Warne of Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 8th April 1942 when aircraft carrier HMS Hermes went down after an aerial attack by the Japanese.
Allan Lamont never met his father who was killed by a sniper during World War One. Lamont would see action himself in the Royal Navy during World War Two.
Sick Berth Attendant Andrew McNutt of Derry/Londonderry served on HMS Tynedale at the time of his death at sea on 14th April 1943 aged 26 years old.
Commander Charles Francis George Thomas Hallaran died on 21st March 1941. The Irish rugby international was serving on the Royal Navy's HMS Springbank.
Ordance Artificer Colin Kidger of Pilsley, Derbyshire served on board destroyer HMS Newark with the Royal Navy when he died at Belfast on 18th April 1941.
Able Seaman David Fulton of Belfast, Co. Antrim died on board HMS Mahratta when the Destroyer went down after an attack by U-990 on 25th February 1944.