Many service personnel with connections to Ulster and Northern Ireland are buried in England or commemorated on memorials to those with no known graves.

Abbey Lane Cemetery Sheffield

Brookwood 1939-1945 Memorial

Brookwood American Military Cemetery

Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial

Cannock Chase German Military Cemetery

Charterhouse School War Memorial

Chatham Naval Memorial

City of Westminster Cemetery

Civilian War Dead Roll of Honour

Diss Cemetery Norfolk

Fareham War Memorial

Harrogate Stonefall Cemetery

Heanor Secondary School War Memorial

Liverpool Naval Memorial

Lowestoft Naval Memorial

Manor Road Cemetery Scarborough

Mill Hill Cemetery

Pershore Abbey

Plymouth Naval Memorial

The Plymouth Naval Memorial, Plymouth, Devon commemorates British and Commonwealth sailors in the Royal Navy lost in The Great War and the Second World War.

Portsmouth Naval Memorial

Runnymede Memorial

The Runnymede Memorial, Surrey, England commemorates over 20,000 aircrew members who lost their lives during the Second World War and have no known graves.

Scartho Road Cemetery

Scredington Parish Church

St. Columb Major Cemetery Cornwall

St. John the Baptist Churchyard Clowne

St. John's Church Chopwell

St. Michael's Churchyard Halton

St. Paul's Church Cookhill

St. Paul's Church Yelverton

St. Peter's Church Rawdon

St. Peter's Churchyard East Bridgford

Tower Hill Memorial

West Derby Cemetery Liverpool

Westfield Cemetery Harpenden

Worcestershire Cathedral