Lane Corporal Albert Henry Rodgers of Dundonald, Co. Down served in the Royal Pioneer Corps. He died on 25th April 1947 at an English military hospital.
Bombardier Archibald Grant died on 21st February 1942. He was a former player at Linfield Football Club before enlisting in the Territorial Army in 1939.
Flight Lieutenant Brian Stanley Bannister of Belfast died on 17th July 1942 when RAF 24 Squadron's Lockheed Hudson N7253 came down on a flight from Belfast.
Leading Aircraftman Cecil Cole of Roxburgh Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 5th April 1946 having served in the Royal Air Force during World War Two.
Warrant Officer Class III David Maxwell Phillips died on 2nd June 1940 after returning to England with 1st Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers from Dunkirk.
Private Edmund Horzman Doggart of Belfast, Co. Antrim died in Monmouthshire, Wales on 4th March 1940 while serving with the Royal Army Medical Corps.
Edward Weir, the son of a Scottish rivetter in Belfast's shipyards, died on 14th January 1947 after treatment in the UVF Hospital, Upper Galwally, Belfast.
Flying Officer George Desmond Hamilton of Belfast died on 14th August 1944 when his Airspeed Oxford ED223 crashed on a training flight.
Sergeant George Herbert Menary from Belfast, Co. Antrim is buried in Dundonald Cemetery, Dundonald, Co. Down. He died on 1st April 1949 after the war's end.