Albert Hart of University Street, Belfast was an accountant on S.S. Athenia when it came under attack from U-30 on 3rd September 1939.
Alexander Park's last address was given as Omagh, Co. Tyrone as he boarded S.S. Athenia on his return to the United States of America.
Ann Margaret Devlin of Gortin, Co. Tyrone died on 25th September 1940 as a result of injuries sustained when the Luftwaffe bombed London.
President of the Belfast Hebrew Congregation Barney Hurwitz was instrumental in saving many lives during World War Two by establishing a refugee settlement.
Mrs. Beatrice Harriett Maude Chamber born in Ballymoney, Co. Antrim died on 18th December 1942 as the Luftwaffe attacked the coastal town of Eastbourne.
Bridget McErlean from Portglenone, Co. Antrim was on S.S. Athenia when it came under attack from U-30 in the Atlantic on 3rd September 1939.
Daniel Donnelly was a 13 year old schoolboy when he died in a tragic accident involving a World War Two bomb in Cookstown, Co. Tyrone on 14th February 1943.
David Wright from Kilshannagh, Co. Tyrone was on S.S. Athenia in the North Atlantic when the vessel came under attack in September 1939.
Eleanor Ida Sinclair Collen of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone was a nurse in England. She died on 23rd May 1943 when Luftwaffe bombers attacked Bournemouth, Dorset.