Commonwealth War Graves in Ballymena New Cemetery
There are 13 World War Two Commonwealth War Graves Commission graves in Ballymena New Cemetery.
|Last Name||First Name(s)||Date of Death||Grave|
|Erwin||Thomas Harold||8th November 1941||A.27.9|
|Anderson||Marjorie Wilson||15th November 1943||A.10.26|
|Bell||Henry||4th April 1944||C.17.19|
|Bonar||Samuel||16th March 1942||A.14.46|
|Boyd||Donald||28th June 1940||G.1.1|
|Bryden||Gordon||4th October 1946||C.23.10|
|Cochrane||Robert||2nd March 1945||C.21.7|
|Delaney||Thomas Alfred||10th January 1942||A.13.3|
|Lorimer||William||10th October 1941||A.29.1|
|Reynolds||James||5th April 1941||D.37.3|
|Stevenson||Wilson||2nd November 1946||A.24.6|
|Thompson||Victor Arnold||6th April 1945||B.24.14|
|Whittaker||Robert||7th October 1947||D.23.28|
Marjorie Wilson Anderson
WARNING: This article on Senior Commander Marjorie Wilson Anderson deals with the issue of suicide. Miss Anderson died in Ballymena, Co. Antrim in 1943.
Private Henry Bell served as a gunner in the Royal Artillery during World War Two. He fought in the 9th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment and was killed in 1944.
Private Donald Boyd served in Northern Ireland with the 6th Battalion of the Royal Berkshire Regiment when he died on 28th June 1940 aged only 20 years old.
Robert Cochrane served as a gunner with 1st Maritime Regiment, Royal Artillery. He was the son of James and Elizabeth Cochrane of Ballymena, County Antrim.
Thomas Alfred Delaney
Thomas Alfred Delaney served in RAF 12 Squadron in the Royal Air Force (Volunteer Reserve) as a wireless operator and air gunner until his death in 1942.
Thomas Harold Erwin
Driver Thomas Harold Erwin from Ballymena, Co. Antrim died in Scotland on 8th November 1941 while serving as a driver with the Royal Army Service Corps.