Private Leong Toy of Louisiana, U.S.A. served in the United States Army during the Second World War. He landed with the troops in Belfast on 26th January 1942.
Samuel Quigley of Muckamore, Co. Antrim served in 2nd Battalion Irish Guards. He met his wife Freda in unusual circumstances during the Second World War.
Flight Lieutenant Bill Eames served in the R.A.F. during the Second World War and gave much of his time to the local community in later years.
Flight Sergeant Thomas Leckey of Belfast died on 26th October 1943 while serving in the Royal Air Force's 160 Squadron in the former Ceylon.
Edward Morrison of Saintfield, Co. Down died between 1st-2nd October 1942 when a U.S. Submarine sank the P.O.W. transport S.S. Lisbon Maru.
Second Lieutenant David Morrow of Bangor, Co. Down died on 30th September 1942 while serving with a British Indian Army rifle regiment.
Sergeant Thomas John Wilson, known as Jack, died on 28th September 1943 while serving in the Royal Air Force's Bomber Command over Germany.
Sergeant John Edwin Charles Averell Steele-Nicholson of Moy, Co. Tyrone died on 14th September 1942 in an R.A.F. training accident in Scotland.
Sergeant Patrick Joseph McCorry of Rose's Lane Ends, Ballinderry, Co. Antrim served in the Royal Armoured Corps. He died on 14th September 1945.