Royal Army Ordnance Corps Corporal Albert Edward Reuben lived in Bangor, Co. Down at the time of his death on 10th June 1945 close to the end of the war.
Aircraftman 2nd Class Arthur James King, born in Armagh, died on 23rd April 1941 as a result of an accident while in England with the Royal Air Force.
Private Barry John Stubbings was only 16 years old when he died on 14th March 1942. The young English soldier's grave is in Bangor New Cemetery, Co. Down.
Aircraftman 2nd Class Cyril Charles Cameron of Bangor, Co. Down died on 22nd October 1944 as a result of a bomb loading incident in England.
Sub-Lieutenant David Francis Apperson Hollywood of Bangor, Co. Down died on 15th September 1943 while serving in the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm.
Second Lieutenant David Morrow of Bangor, Co. Down died on 30th September 1942 while serving with a British Indian Army rifle regiment.
Lance Bombardier Edward Martin of Bangor, Co. Down died on 20th June 1945 after contracting an illness serving on a tanker off the coast of West Africa.
Sergeant Ernest Watson of Bangor, Co. Down died on 15th September 1942 returning from a bombing raid over Germany wit R.A.F. 218 Squadron.
Lieutenant Commander George Ellis was an experieced member of the Royal Navy serving at HMS Caroline in Belfast at his time of death on 7th May 1945.