Commonwealth War Graves in Dundonald Cemetery
There are 88 World War Two Commonwealth War Graves Commission graves in Dundonald Cemetery. Many others lost during the war have their names remembered on family memorials.
|Last name||First Name(s)||Rank||Date of Death||Grave|
|Brown||John Thomas||Flying Officer||17th December 1943||A3 166|
|Coulter||Thomas||Rifleman||8th February 1942||E1 60|
|Phillips||David Maxwell||Warrant Officer Class III||2nd June 1940||E2 55|
|Jones||Ronald||Company Quartermaster Sergeant||22nd November 1944||F2 388|
|Spray||Hugh Andrews||Gunner||16th June 1940||D1 464|
|Spridgeon||William Edward||Gunner||6th February 1947||B4 696|
|Halliday||William Erick||Sergeant||10th December 1942||A2 308|
|Irwin||Wallace John Talbot||Major||30th January 1947||C5 100|
|Simpson||James||Aircraftman 2nd Class||1st October 1944||B5 316|
|Wilson||Samuel||Private||3rd March 1947||B4 227|
|McCracken||Charles Henry Kemp||Private||9th September 1947||E6 131|
|Crabbe||James Douglas||Flying Officer||9th November 1942||E3 698|
|Murphy||Charles||Able Seaman||14th April 1945||B5 406|
|Proudfoot||William James||Rifleman||3rd July 1947||F5 216|
|Cole||Cecil||Leading Aircraftman||5th April 1946||B4 864|
|Heap||William James Sydney Jones||Aircraftman 2nd Class||12th March 1942||A2 230|
|Spratt||Robert||Gunner||6th February 1946||B1 78|
|Stewart||William James||Private||26th August 1941||C1 571|
|Cooke||Elizabeth||Aircraftwoman 1st Class||21st November 1945||B4 857|
|Stockdale||Thomas Norman||Pilot Officer||28th August 1943||D1 306|
|Smyth||Eric||Leading Aircraftman||11th September 1945||B5 417|
|Winters||John Owens||Sergeant||2nd December 1943||D2 82|
|Horner||Samuel Young||Driver||15th November 1945||B4 728|
|Hume||John French||Corporal||15th February 1946||B4 803|
|Weir||Edward||Private||14th January 1947||B4 613|
|Kildea||Robert Michael||Flying Officer||28th August 1943||E5 235|
|Agnew||Robert Keith||Leading Aircraftman||9th December 1941||E3 899|
|Thompson||Fairfield||Sergeant||13th September 1942||F6 514|
|Carrothers||Thomas||Gunner||19th June 1940||E4 48|
|Price||George||Sergeant||13th December 1943||B5 781|
|Grant||Archibald||Bombardier||21st February 1942||E5 902|
|Hegan||Robert Stanley||Leading Aircraftman||6th January 1943||F5 175|
|Sterling||Robert Camac||Pilot Officer||23rd July 1940||B2 294|
|Hawthorne||James Thomas||Sergeant||1st February 1941||E6 226|
|Maxwell||William Ernest Norman||Flying Officer||23rd January 1943||F3 165|
|Spence||Robert||Private||24th September 1942||F5 5|
|Hamilton||George Desmond||Flying Officer||14th August 1944||B5 243|
|Haire||John Keatinge||Sergeant||6th November 1940||D4 102|
|McKnight||Guy||Gunner||20th January 1941||F3 46|
|Doggart||Edmund Horzman||Private||4th March 1940||F5 569|
|Hobson||Francis||Ordinary Seaman||13th September 1940||C2 318|
|Scouarnec||Joseph||Able Seaman||31st October 1945||B4 729|
|Montgomery||John Henry||Corporal||15th November 1945||D2 567|
|McKernan||Joseph William||Warrant Officer Class II||2nd April 1947||C5 680|
|Montgomery||Hugh Graham||Sergeant||13th August 1943||F2 7|
|Agnew||James Thompson||Flying Officer||20th April 1944||B2 347|
|Smyth||Aaron||Trooper||3rd October 1944||A3 586|
|Patterson||John||Private||18th July 1946||D4 636|
|Nicholl||John||Sergeant||13th July 1941||B2 417|
|Haveron||Daniel||Corporal||17th November 1947||C6 135|
|Thompson||Robert Arnold||Second Lieutenant||14th April 1940||C1 9|
|Guy||Hubert||Sergeant||18th August 1942||F4 565|
|Doyle||Richard||Lance Corporal||10th March 1942||D5 588|
|Grieve||John Donaldson||Sergeant||4th February 1945||E4 296|
|Spence||Sydney||Driver||28th August 1947||F6 571|
|Crabb||Sydney Reginald||Corporal||16th April 1942||A2 250|
|Evans||Thomas Glyndwr||Sergeant||24th July 1941||F3 30|
|Smith||Marjorie Mary||Private||15th September 1944||B5 576|
|Graham||George||Fusilier||16th April 1941||E1 490|
|Savage||Joseph Wardle||Leading Aircraftman||8th April 1941||B2 809|
|Napier||Herbert Vincent||Corporal||14th May 1943||E6 142|
|King||John||Warrant Officer Class III||29th July 1940||F2 877|
|Titterington||James||Sergeant||23rd November 1943||A3 118|
|Coleman||John William||Petty Officer Stoker||23rd November 1945||B4 639|
|Polland||Joseph Norman||Sergeant||19th December 1943||E2 766|
|Kerr||James Francis Ferguson||Sergeant||21st October 1940||A1 14|
|Allingham||William Johnston||Squadron Leader||27th October 1941||D1 80|
|Keown||Frederick James||Sergeant||3rd February 1943||C4 223|
|McKinney||Samuel Alexander||Pilot II||30th August 1947||B5 210|
|Bannister||Brian Stanley||Flight Lieutenant||17th July 1942||B2 732|
|Stewart||James Gordon||Leading Aircraftman||4th June 1947||C5 110|
|Reid||David||Corporal||3rd June 1942||A2 183|
|Finlay||Frederick E||Private||16th February 1945||E5 344|
|Jeffrey||William||Leading Aircraftman||22nd August 1946||E2 107|
|McFarland||John||Rifleman||25th March 1942||A2 241|
|Brown||Robert Augustus||Corporal||30th July 1942||F4 362|
|Elliott||George Ernest||Leading Stoker||10th December 1946||C2 264|
|Clarke||John||Corporal||28th March 1940||F6 188|
|Starrett||Richard||Rifleman||25th March 1943||B1 744|
|Thompson||John||Gunner||28th June 1945||D1 306|
|Kirkpatrick||Andrew||Fusilier||11th September 1940||F6 277|
|Knox||Francis||Rifleman||8th May 1940||E2 345|
|Lowry||Robert||Leading Aircraftman||12th May 1943||E1 11|
|McCrum||Robert Ivan||Captain||25th June 1946||A4 21|
|Rodgers||Albert Henry||Lance Corporal||25th April 1947||B5 762|
|Shaw||Edmund Verner||Flight Sergeant||21st May 1942||D4 105|
|Sloan||Samuel||Chief Engineer Officer||28th July 1940||B1 244|
|McGirr||Francis Martin||Able Seaman||11th January 1942||E1 52|
James Thompson Agnew
Flying Officer James Thompson Agnew died on 20th April 1944 in a training crash. With Bomber Command, he won a Distinguished Flying Cross in December 1943.
Robert Keith Agnew
Leading Aircraftman • 1136022
Robert Keith Agnew was a Leading Aircraftman in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. He was training as a pilot when he died on 9th December 1941.
William Johnston Allingham
Squadron leader • 77332
Squadron Leader William John Allingham served in the Royal Air Force and died aged 56 years old on 27th October 1941. He is buried in Dundonald, Co. Down.
Brian Stanley Bannister DFC
Flight Lieutenant • 43089
Flight Lieutenant Brian Stanley Bannister of Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 17th July 1942 when Lockheed Hudson N7253 came down on a flight from RAF Sydenham.
John Thomas Brown
Flying Officer • 156611
The RAF suffered heavy losses on the night of 16th-17th December 1943, known as "Black Thursday". Belfast-born John Thomas Brown was one of many losses.
Robert Augustus Brown
Corporal • 816108
Corporal Robert Augustus Brown of Belfast, Co. Down served in the Auxiliary Air Force in ground crew with RAF 502 Squadron when he died on 30th July 1942.
Corporal • D/24423
Corporal John Clarke from Dundonald, Co. Down served in 6th Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles, a Home Defence battalion when he died on 28th March 1940.
Leading Aircraftman • 623905
Leading Aircraftman Cecil Cole of Roxburgh Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 5th April 1946 having served in the Royal Air Force during World War Two.
John William Coleman
Petty Officer Stoker • P/K57950
Royal Navy Petty Officer Stoker John William Coleman was born in Liverpool, Lancashire but made a home with his wife and daughter in Belfast, Co. Antrim.
Aircraftwoman 1st Class • 2098275
On 21st November 1945, Aircraftwoman1st Class Elizabeth Cooke died in Belfast, Co. Antrim. She had served with the Women's Auxiliary Air Force in the war.
George Ernest Elliott
Leading Stoker • D/KX 81795
Leading Stoker George Ernest Elliott served in the Royal Navy throughout the Second World War. He died shortly after the war's end on 10th December 1946.
Thomas Glyndwr Evans
Sergeant • 3957965
Born in Wales, Sergeant Thomas Glyndwr Evans served in 1/5th Battalion Welch Regiment at the time of his death in Belfast, Co. Antrim on 24th July 1941.
Frederick Ernest Finlay
Private • 6984160
Private Frederick Ernest Finlay died at Purdysburn Emergency Hospital, Belfast, Co. Antrim on 16th February 1945. He served in the Corps of Military Police.
Bombardier • 1463105
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.
Sergeant • 1096085
Sergeant Hubert Guy of Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 18th August 1942 when his Hawker Hurricane fighter crashed in a training accident near Forfar, Scotland.
John Keatinge Haire
Sergeant John Keatinge Haire was a pilot with RAF 145 Squadron during the Battle of Britain who sacrificed his life to save others on the Isle of Wight.
William Erick Halliday
Sergeant • 1126208
Sergeant William Erick Halliday lived on Cyprus Avenue in East Belfast when he went to war. He died in training with the Royal Air Force in December 1942.
George Desmond Hamilton
Flying Officer • 150802
Flying Officer George Desmond Hamilton of Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 14th August 1944 when Airspeed Oxford ED223 of 11 (P)AFU crashed on a training flight.
William James Sydney Jones Heap
Aircraftman 2nd Class • 1123746
Aircraftman 2nd Class William James Sydney Jones Heap died on 12th March 1942 when his Blackburn Botha plane crashed into a cliff face on the Isle of Man.
Company Quartermaster Sergeant • 3907957
Ronald Jones served as a Company Quartermaster Sergeant in the Welch Regiment when he died on 22nd November 1944. His grave is in Dundonald, Co. Down.
Robert Michael Kildea
Flying Officer • 118092
Flying Officer Robert Michael Kildea of Templemore Avenue, Belfast, Co. Down served as a Pilot in RAF 86 Squadron at his time of death on 28th August 1943.
Warrant Officer Class III • 7008389
Warrant Officer Class III John King of Belfast, Co. Down was a Platoon Sergeant Major in 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles when he died on 29th July 1940.
Leading Aircraftman • 1502000
Leading Aircraftman Robert Lowry died on 12th May 1943 after the dispersal hut of D Flight, RAF No. 1658 Heavy Conversion Unit caught fire in Yorkshire.
Robert Ivan McCrum
Captain • 152246
Retired British Army Captain Robert Ivan McCrum of Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 25th June 1946 after having been recalled to the General Service Corps.
Rifleman • 25089
Rifleman John McFarland was enlisted in the 30th Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles when he died at Campbell College Military Hospital on 25th March 1942.
Samuel Alexander Moore McKinney
Pilot II • 1795958
Pilot II Samuel Alexander Moore McKinney died as a result of a motorcycle accident in Deben, Suffolk on 30th August 1947. He served in RAF 54 Squadron.
George Herbert Menary
Sergeant George Herbert Menary from Belfast, Co. Antrim is buried in Dundonald Cemetery, Dundonald, Co. Down. He died on 1st April 1949, soon after the war.
Hugh Graham Montgomery
Sergeant • 657862
Sergeant Hugh Graham Montgomery died on 13th August 1943 while serving with the Royal Air Force. Before 1941, he served with the Royal Artilley in France.
David Maxwell Phillips
Warrant Officer Class III • 6976134
Warrant Officer Class III David Maxwell Phillips died on 2nd June 1940 soon after returning to his hometown of Belfast, Co. Antrim from Dunkirk, France.
William James Proudfoot
Rifleman • D/25113
Rifleman William James Proudfoot died on 3rd July 1947 aged 63 years old having served with 7th Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles in the Second World War.
Joseph Wardle Savage
Leading Aircraftman • 1109070
Leading Aircraftman Joseph Wardle Savage from Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 8th April 1941 after his De Havilland Tiger Moth collided with another in mid-air.
Able Seaman Joseph Scouarnec was a Free French member of the Merchant Navy who travelled much of the world before his death in Belfast, Co. Antrim in 1945.
Edmund Verner Shaw
Flight Sergeant • 748518
Flight Sergeant Edmund Verner Shaw died on 21st May 1942 when his Avro Anson bomber of the RAF's No. 21 OTU came down near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.
Aircraftman 2nd Class • 1905744
Aircraftman 2nd Class James Simpson from Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 1st October 1944. His grave is in Dundonald Cemetery, Co. Down, Northern Ireland.
Chief Engineer Officer
Chief Engineer Officer Samuel Sloan served in the Merchant Navy on SS Orlock Head at the time of his death on 28th July 1940 as a result of enemy action.
Trooper • 7018785
Trooper Aaron Smyth was the son of a member of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers who served in World War One. Smyth served in the Reconnaissance Corps.
Private • 7018821
Private Robert Spence served in the Royal Army Ordnance Corps during wartime when he died at Massereene Hospital, Antrim, Co. Antrim on 24th September 1942.
Gunner • 1472242
Gunner Robert Spratt served in the Royal Artillery during World War Two. He died on 6th February 1946 in his brother in law's house in Belfast, Co. Antrim.
Hugh Andrews Spray
Gunner • 1465681
Gunner Hugh Andrews Spray of Glenfarne Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 16th June 1940 while en route to England to receive treatment for his wounds.
Rifleman • D/25132
Rifleman Richard Starrett was born in Barrow-in-Furness and moved to Belfast, Co. Antrim. During World War One, he enlisted with the Royal Irish Rifles.
Robert Camac Sterling
Pilot Officer • 77981
Pilot Officer Robert Camac Sterling was the only member of his RAF 149 Squadron crew killed when a BF110 attacked their Wellington on 23rd July 1940.
James Gordon Stewart
Leading Aircraftman • 650034
Leading Aircraftman James Gordon Stewart died on 4th June 1947 aged 29 years old having served during the Second World War with the Royal Air Force.
William James Stewart
Private • D/39922
Private William James Stewart of Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 26th August 1941 while serving in the United Kingdom with 10th Battalion The King's Regiment.
Thomas Norman Stockdale
Pilot Officer • 52486
Pilot Officer Thomas Norman Stockdale of Bangor, Co. Down died when Bristol Beaufighter LZ156 crashed in Argyllshire in Scotland on 28th August 1943.
Sergeant • 1796161
Sergeant James Titterington was a Flight Engineer on board Halifax JB926 that crashed in horrific weather conditions over Yorkshire on 24th November 1943.
Private • D/24547
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.