Belfast, Co. Antrim born Lance Corporal Robert Reid served in 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers at his time of death in Burma on 18th April 1942.
Patrick Duffy of the Royal Army Service Corps died as a result of gas poisoning in Belfast, Co. Down following the Belfast Blitz on 18th April 1941.
Ordance Artificer Colin Kidger of Pilsley, Derbyshire served on board HMS Newark with the Royal Navy when he died at Belfast, Co. Antrim on 18th April 1941.
NIRTB Bus driver Albert Rodden from Dungiven, Co. Londonderry died in a tragic accident involving vehicles from a US Army convoy on 17th April 1942.
Thomas William Bleakley
Civilian Thomas William Bleakley was a joiner from Thorndyke Street, East Belfast, Co. Down. He died in an air raid shelter on the night of 15th April 1941.
William Thomas Browne
Royal Air Force Sergeant William Thomas Browne died alongside his mother when the Luftwaffe launched a devastating raid on the city of Belfast, Co. Antrim.
Frank Mundy Coombs
Artist, architect, and art dealer Frank Mundy Coombs joined the Royal Navy in World War Two and died on 15th April 1941 when the Luftwaffe attacked Belfast.
William John Morrison
Sergeant William John Morrison, known as Billy, was brought up in Belfast, Co. Antrim and Bangor, Co. Down before his death in England on 12th April 1944.