Able Seaman Albert Gillian Lightfoot served in the Royal Navy. He died on 16th January 1941 when a hand grenade accidentally exploded onboard HMS Broke.
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.
Private Christopher Walter Joseph Harrison of the Army Catering Corps died in Purdysburn Fever Hospital, Belfast, Co. Down on 10th January 1943.
Sergeant David Mills from Finaghy, Co. Antrim flew with RAF 115 Squadron when he died on 9th December 1940 on board Vickers Wellington T2520 in South Wales.
Bombardier Edwin George Atkin of Dagenham, Essex died at York Dock, Belfast, Co. Antrim on 9th December 1941 after falling into the water in the blackout.
Private George Fletcher was training with 7th Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment in Northern Ireland at his time of death there on 17th December 1942.
Skipper George Henry Smith was an experienced sailor, having first taken to the seas aged 15 years old. He died in Belfast, Co. Antrim on 4th January 1944.
Private George Horn Dickie died on 16th January 1943 while serving in Northern Ireland with the Royal Pioneer Corps. His grave is in Belfast City Cemetery.
2nd Mate Hallvard Halgjem served in the Norwegian Merchant Navy during World War Two. He died on 6th December 1942 and is buried in Belfast, Co. Antrim.