Greaser Charles Reilly died on 20th February 1941 after SS Housatonic came under Luftwaffe attack. His grave is in Milltown Cemetery, Belfast, Co. Antrim.
Able Seaman Francis Cassidy died on 12th May 1946 aged 40 years old. He served in the Merchant Navy onboard the Harland and Wolff built MV Wellington Star.
Private Francis McKenna was born in Belfast and served in the Pioneer Corps during the Second World War. He died on 18th September 1942.
Donkeyman James Mohan of Belfast died on 18th September 1940, almost 3 weeks after an attack on the armed cruiser H.M.S. Dunvegan Castle.
Canadian airman James Waclaw Hoba was on a training flight with No. 5 Operational Training Unit when he died northwest of Moira, Co. Down on 17th July 1943.
Corporal James Wright from Belfast, Co. Antrim served in the Royal Air Force and died on 4th March 1944 while on active service in Merionethshire, Wales.
Driver John Coard McCullough lived in Warwickshire, England and served with the Royal Engineers. The Belfast-born soldier died in Wales on 30th April 1945.
Sergeant John Gerald Patrick Adams of Malone Avenue, Belfast died on 25th April 1943 while serving in RAF No. 29 Operational Training Unit in England.
Gunner John Joseph McIntyre of Belfast died on 30th July 1945 having served in the British Army's Royal Artillery during the years of the Second World War.