Samuel Pritchard Fox
Gunner Samuel Pritchard Fox died on 20th March 1942 at the UVF Hospital at Craigavon House, Belfast, Co. Down. He served as a Gunner in the Royal Artillery.
James Thomas McVeigh
Rifleman James Thomas McVeigh was 40 years old, serving in a home defence unit when he died in a military hospital in Belfast, Co. Down on 11th March 1941.
Rifleman Richard Wilson died on 25th February 1942. The soldier from Belfast, Co. Antrim was injured in an explosion while serving with Royal Ulster Rifles.
Corporal John Gray served in both the First World War and World War Two; the latter with Royal Army Service Corps before his death on 21st February 1943.
Bombardier Archibald Grant died on 21st February 1942. He was a former player at Linfield Football Club before enlisting in the Territorial Army in 1939.
William Frederick Bloomer
William Frederick Bloomer from Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 18th February 1943 while serving in Burma with 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
Private James Ross died on 18th February 1945 while serving with the Pioneer Corps. His grave is in Carnmoney Cemetery, Newtownabbey, Co. Antrim.
Rifleman Thomas Coulter and family lived in Castlereagh, East Belfast, Co. Down. He died on 8th February 1942 at No. 25 General Hospital, Bangor, Co. Down.