|Last Name||First Name(s)||Rank||Unit||Information|
|Archer||Matthew Thomas||Petty Officer||Royal Navy||D/JX 193627|
|Bell||George Wilfred||Third Radio Officer||Merchant Navy||S.S. Thornliebank|
|Benson||John George||Private||The Pioneer Corps||13014845|
|Berry||Francis||Private||Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders||7013410|
|Blair||Ernest Bramwell||Sergeant||Royal Air Force||1796405|
|Bleeks||William James||Leading Aircraftman||Royal Air Force||1035372|
|Boyce||Samuel John||Lance Bombardier||Royal Artillery||1063039|
|Burke||Aubrey||Corporal||Royal Ulster Rifles||7046114|
|Callaghan||William Edward||Sergeant||Royal Air Force||623929|
|Clayton||Samuel Joseph||Sergeant||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve||1545659|
|Clulow||James Ernest Ivor||Sergeant||North Irish Horse||7902378|
|Cole||Norman||Able Seaman||Royal Navy||D/JX 6302541|
|Craig||William John||Fusilier||Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers||6984364|
|Crossan||Robert||Fusilier||Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers||3781429|
|Currie||Ernest Stewart||Driver||Royal Army Service Corps||T/107789|
|Dawson||Thomas||Pilot Officer||Royal Air Force||42339|
|Dougan||Hampton Atkinson||Lieutenant Colonel||Royal Army Medical Corps||127133|
|England||Norman Nicholas||Sergeant||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve||1130657|
|England||Thomas Henry||Lance Serjeant||Irish Guards||2718941|
|Gillis||David||Sergeant||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve||1025077|
|Grimley||Patrick||Lance Corporal||Corps of Military Police||3853199|
|Hall||Alfred||Fusilier||Royal Irish Fusiliers||7046077|
|Hamilton||Albert||Able Seaman||Royal Navy||D/SSX 26639|
|Harrison||John||Lance Corporal||The Pioneer Corps||1573121|
|Hamill||James||Cattleman||Merchant Navy||S.S. Ville d'Arlon|
|Hazlett||Samuel Alexander||Lance Corporal||Canadian Infantry Corps||B/159256|
|Hunniford||George||Sergeant||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve||950488|
|Hunter||William James Graham||Stoker||Royal Naval Patrol Service||LT/KX 108031|
|Hutchinson||William Robert||Private||Canadian Infantry Corps||B/76677|
|Irwin||Robert James||Fusilier||Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers||7014337|
|Johnson||John William||Lance Corporal||South Staffordshire Regiment||4915099|
|Kane||Henry||Signalman||Royal Navy||D/JX 165720|
|Kane||Samuel||Lance Corporal||Royal Irish Fusiliers||6977922|
|Kerr||Samuel John||Aircraftman 2nd Class||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve||976712|
|Ludlow||Robert James||Serjeant||Royal Artillery||1064310|
|Lutton||William John Kirkpatrick||Able Seaman||Royal Navy||D/JX 707600|
|Lynas||Ernest||Lance Corporal||The Parachute Regiment||7043594|
|Lynas||Robert||Corporal||Royal Air Force||530316|
|Lyttle||Albert||Corporal||Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers||7015490 M.M.|
|Lyttle||George Aubrey||Signalman||Royal Corps of Signals||3712389|
|Magin||Henry Howard||Sergeant||Royal Air Force||637636|
|McClatchey||David||Rifleman||London Irish Rifles||7902391|
|McCullough||David||Fusilier||Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers||6983683|
|McVeigh||Charles Joseph||Serjeant||Royal Ulster Rifles||7013567|
|Morrison||John||Private||The Pioneer Corps||13037828|
|Robinson||George||Lance Corporal||Special Air Service||884882|
|Seale||Theophilus John||Lieutenant||Royal Irish Fusiliers||268965|
|Smith||Ernest||Private||King's Own Scottish Borderers||6983727|
|Stanfield||William John||Gunner||Royal Artillery||880709|
|Tinman||Albert||Corporal||Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers||6983317|
|Tweedie||James Taylor||Trooper||North Irish Horse||7902799|
|Webb||Samuel||Driver||Royal Army Service Corps||T/7013121|
|Wilson||Samuel James||Sergeant||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve||1026302|
|Wilson||Valentine Robertson||Sergeant||Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve||1389001|
|Wolsey||William Henry||Lance Corporal||Royal Scots Fusiliers||7047419|
|Wright||Alexander||Rifleman||Royal Ulster Rifles||7009511|
|Wright||Wilfred||Aircraftman 2nd Class||Royal Air Force||538668|
On 11th November 1951, Dr. George Dougan M.P. led the ceremony unveiling new panels on the Portadown War Memorial to commemorate the fallen of the Second World War.
Petty Officer Matthew Thomas Archer died as a result of the sinking of merchant vessel S.S. Empire Impala in 1943. His name is on the Portadown War Memorial.
Private Francis Berry, a fan of Portadown Football Club in Co. Armagh died on 1st September 1944 serving with 1st Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.
Sergeant Ernest Bramwell Blair of Portadown, Co. Armagh was an air gunner with Royal Air Force 578 Squadron at the time of his death on 15th February 1944.
Leading Aircraftman William James Bleeks of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 20th June 1942 as a result of an incident in Scotland while serving with the R.A.F.
Lance Bombardier Samuel John Boyce of Portadown, Co. Armagh was a prisoner of war on board Japanese ship Lisbon Maru when it came under attack in October 1942.
Sergeant William Edward Callaghan of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 27th December 1940 while flying as part of a an anti-shipping mission over the North Sea.
Sergeant Samuel Joseph Clayton of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 2nd May 1944 when his Short Stirling bomber came down on a night-time raid over Chambly, France.
Sergeant James Ernest Ivor "Jimmy" Clulow of Portadown, Co. Armagh was a well-respected soldier in his time with the North Irish Horse in the Italian campaign.
Fusilier William John Craig of Portadown, Co. Armagh died in May 1941 as a result of an accident while serving in 70th Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
Fusilier Robert Crossan of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 10th April 1944 aged 31 years old while serving in 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers in India.
Driver Ernest Stewart Currie of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in the Royal Army Service Corps during the Second World War before his death on 18th June 1945.
Pilot Officer Thomas Dawson of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 1st November 1940 while piloting a Handley Page Hampden bomber on a raid over Berlin, Germany.
Lieutenant Colonel Hampton Atkinson Dougan M.C. of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 20th October 1944 as a result of an illness contracted while working in India.
Sergeant Norman Nicholas England of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 22nd June 1943 while taking part in a bombing raid over Germany with R.A.F. 44 Squadron.
Lance Serjeant Thomas Henry England of Baltylum, Portadown, Co. Armagh served in 3rd Battalion, Irish Guards at his time of death on 11th August 1944 in France.
Sergeant David Gillis of Portadown, Co. Armagh was an air gunner on Short Stirling bombers with R.A.F. 90 Squadron carrying out raids over Germany in 1943.
Lance Corporal Patrick Grimley of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in the Corps of Military Police. He was a prisoner of war on the ill-fated S.S Scillin in 1942.
Fusilier Alfred Hall of 4 David Street, Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 8th October 1944 while serving with the Royal Irish Fusiliers in the Italian campaign.
Able Seaman Albert Hamilton of Portadown, Co. Armagh served on H.M.S. Neptune when it entered an Italian-laid minefield at the head of Force K in December 1941.
Lance Corporal John Harrison served in The Pioneer Corps during the Second World War. He died on 7th June 1945 and is buried in his hometown of Portadown.
George Hunniford worked for the Belfast Savings Bank in Portadown, Co. Armagh before serving as a sergeant in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War.
Stoker William James Graham Hunter of Portadown, Co. Armagh served on H.M.T. Bervie Braes with the Royal Naval Patrol Service branch of the Royal Navy.
Fusilier Robert James Irwin served in 2nd Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers at his time of death on 11th July 1943 while engaged in the Italian campaign.
Lance Corporal John William Johnson served in 7th Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment in Normandy, France. His name is on the Portadown War Memorial.
Henry "Harry" Kane was a well-known footballer in Portadown, Co. Armagh. He died on 21st June 1940 when H.M.S. Cape Howe sailing as Prunella came under attack.
Aircraftman 2nd Class Samuel John Kerr of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 26th November 1940 at a military hospital at R.A.F. Honington, Suffolk, England.
Serjeant Robert James Ludlow of Henry Street, Portadown, Co. Armagh served in 9th Coast Regiment, Royal Artillery during the fall of Singapore in February 1942.
Lance Corporal Ernest Lynas of Co. Armagh served in 156th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment during the Battle of Arnhem in Operation MARKET GARDEN in 1944.
Corporal Robert Lynas of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 14th May 1945 as a result of a fatal accidental gunshot wound while serving with the Royal Air Force.
Corporal Albert Lyttle M.M. served in 6th Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, and features in a famous photo overlooking Centuripe in the Italian campaign.
Signalman George Aubrey Lyttle of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in the Signal Corps. He was a prisoner of war on the ill-fated Italian ship S.S Scillin in 1942.
Sergeant Henry Howard Maginn of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 11th September 1942 while on a Bomber Command raid over Germany in a Short Stirling bomber.
Private George McCann of Co. Armagh served in 52nd (Lowland) Division during early 1945 encountering resistance from the enemy in the late stages of the war.
Rifleman David McClatchey, a hairdresser from Portadown, Co. Armagh became a prisoner of war in Italy. He died in a military hospital on 10th August 1943.
Serjeant Charles Joseph McVeigh of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 12th August 1944 as a result of shrapnel wounds while serving with the Royal Ulster Rifles.
Gunner George Pentland from Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 20th September 1942 as a result of an accident while serving in wartime England.
Corporal George Robinson of Portadown, Co. Armagh was captured while serving in 2nd Battalion, Special Air Service during Operation LOYTON in France in 1944.
Bombardier Hugh Roney of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in 43rd (5th Duke of Wellington’s Regiment) Searchlight Regiment in England during the Second World War.
Lieutenant Theophilus "Theo" John Seale of Portadown, Co. Armagh died as a result of a tragic accident as 1st Battalion, Royal Ulster Rifles prepared for D-Day.
Private Ernest Smith of Montague Street, Portadown, Co. Armagh served in Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and Royal Irish Fusiliers then seeing action in Normandy.
Gunner William John Stanfield died in May 1942 while serving in 107th Field Regiment (South Nottinghamshire Hussars Yeomanry) in the Battle of Knightsbridge.
Corporal Albert Tinman of Portadown, Co. Armagh was a member of Corcrain Flute Band before serving in Tunisia with 6th Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
Bombardier John Turbitt of Portadown, Co. Armagh died during the Dunkirk evacuation of 1940, last seen on the beach with others of 3rd Searchlight Regiment.
Trooper James Taylor Tweedie of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 6th September 1944 while serving with the North Irish Horse, Royal Armoured Corps in Italy.
Driver Samuel Webb of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in the Royal Army Service Corps and saw action with the B.E.F. during the Dunkirk Evacuation of 1940.
Sergeant Samuel James Wilson was a well-known musician in his hometown of Portadown, Co. Armagh before training with R.A.F. No. 27 Operational Training Unit.
Sergeant Valentine Robertson Wilson of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 11th April 1943 serving as a navigator on a Bomber Command raid over Frankfurt, Germany.
Lance Corporal William Henry Wolsey, son of a notable newspaper owner in Co. Armagh died during the battle of Normandy while serving in a Scottish regiment.
The body of Rifleman Alexander Wright of Portadown, Co. Armagh washed ashore at St. Nazaire. Records suggest he may have died in the sinking of S.S. Lancastria.
In 2018, to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of The Great War, a number of new names were added to the Portadown War Memorial including 22 who served in the Second World War.
Third Radio Officer George Wilfred Bell died on 29th November 1941 when British merchant vessel S.S. Thornliebank exploded following a torpedo attack from U-43.
Private John George Benson of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in The Pioneer Corps during the Second World War. He died on 13th March 1944 while based in Scotland.
Corporal Aubrey Burke died in a tragic accident on the River Bann in his hometown of Portadown, Co. Armagh having served in 2nd Battalion, Royal Ulster Rifles.
Able Seaman Norman Cole of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 20th April 1945 as a result of illness having served on H.M.S. Renown during the Second World War.
Gunner James Gibson died in December 1945 in Portadown, Co. Armagh. He served in 3rd (Ulster) Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery during the Second World War.
Cattleman James Hamill of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in the Merchant Navy. He was on S.S. Ville d'Arlon when it came under attack in the Atlantic in 1940.
Lance Corporal Samuel Alexander Hazlett of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in the Canadian Infantry Corps during the Second World War. He died on 13th April 1945.
Private William Robert Hutchinson of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in the Toronto Scottish Regiment, Canadian Infantry Corps during the Second World War.
Lance Corporal Samuel Kane of Portadown, Co. Armagh died in December 1942 while serving in 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers during their time in Tunisia.
Sergeant Vincent Kane of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in the Royal Artillery and saw action at Dunkirk and in Normandy before dying in Northern Ireland in 1946.
Able Seaman William John Kirkpatrick Lutton of Portadown, Co. Armagh served on the aircraft carrier H.M.S. Illustrious during his time with the Royal Navy.
Fusilier David McCullough of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in 2nd Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers during the Second World War. He died on 30th March 1946.