Regimental Sergeant Major
William McConnell, known to friends and the men of 1st Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles as Bill, served in World War Two, enlisting at only 17 years old.
Rifleman Stanley Burrows served in 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles during World War Two. He saw action on D-Day and was injured in Cambes Wood, Normandy.
Lance Corporal James Moore served with 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles during World War Two. He fought on D-Day in Normandy and on through Europe.
Rifleman Andrew Charles served with 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles during World War Two. He received the Military Medal from Field Marshal Montgomery.
Captain Reverend James McMurray-Taylor served with 1st Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles seeing action on D-Day as a padre on the Normandy beaches.
John Shanahan served with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Ulster Rifles. The Cork native fought in Normandy after landing on Sword Beach on 6th June 1944.
Reginald Norman Morgan
Lieutenant Reginald Norman Morgan served with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Ulster Rifles and was last seen on 7th June 1944 during the Battle of Normandy.
Thomas Fisher Churchill
Thomas Fisher Churchill of the 9th Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) died on 26th June 1944 during the Battle of Normandy. He is buried in Bayeux.