Bombardier Charles "Scotty" Lawson was well-known in the Portadown area of Co. Armagh. On 3rd January 1942, he wrote "home" via local paper The Portadown News.
On 6th January 1942, a manslaughter trial took place in Portadown, Co. Armagh. In the dock was a local soldier from the neighbouring town of Gilford, Co. Down.
The Annagh Pillbox on the outskirts of Portadown, Co. Armagh today serves as a focal point for the local community to remember those who served in wartime.
Portadown War Memorial stands in front of St. Mark's Church of Ireland at the top end of the Co. Armagh town. It commemorates the fallen of several conflicts.
There are ten Second World War Commonwealth War Graves in Seagoe Cemetery, Portadown, Co. Armagh. The cemetery is on Seagoe Road on the outskirts of the town.