Edward Weir, the son of a Scottish rivetter in Belfast's shipyards, died on 14th January 1947 after treatment in the UVF Hospital, Upper Galwally, Belfast.
William John McNabney
William John McNabney served in the Royal Engineers, Ulster Division during World War One and died in January 1941 in a UVF Hospital, Belfast, Co. Antrim.
Private Alfred Collins served with 9th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment when he died in Belfast, Co. Antrim on Home Defence duties on 4th January 1943.
Gunner David Cromie died on 1st January 1946 aged 39 years old. His place of death was the Royal Victoria Hospital in his hometown of Belfast, Co. Antrim.
Private George Fletcher was training with 7th Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment in Northern Ireland at his time of death there on 17th December 1942.
Matthew Chalmers Dowds
Fusilier Matthew Chalmers Dowds served in 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers when he died on 17th December 1940. His grave is in Belfast City Cemetery.
6th Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles
14th December 2018
6th Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles formed in Northern Ireland at the beginning of World War Two. They were a Home Defence Battalion formed of older soldiers.
John McKerr served as a Corporal in the British Army during World War Two. He died on 20th August 1971 having been shot in the Ballymurphy Massacre.