Lieutenant James Craig of 7th Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles died on 10th May 1941. As well as a soldier, he was an Olympian and record-holding athelete.
Rifleman Leonard Calder of Belfast's Sailortown district died on 10th August 1943 as a result of a train collision in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.
Born in Co. Fermanagh, Richard Keegan served with 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles on D-Day and the early days of the Normandy Campaign.
Rifleman William Hall of Glynn, Co. Antrim died on 10th August 1943 in a train collision in Scarborough, Yorkshire while serving in the Royal Ulster Rifles.
Rifleman William Henry Jamieson of Belfast's Sailortown district died on 12th August 1943 after a fatal train collision in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.
Rifleman William James Proudfoot died on 3rd July 1947 aged 63 years old having served with 7th Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles in the Second World War.