Commissioner Samuel Black Underwood served in the Allied Control Commission of Germany set up to assist the military government after the Second World War.
Fusilier David McCullough of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in 2nd Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers during the Second World War. He died on 30th March 1946.
4th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery formed in February 1942 from elements of 3rd (Ulster) Searchlight Regiment. The regiment served in Normandy.
Sergeant Vincent Kane of Portadown, Co. Armagh served in the Royal Artillery and saw action at Dunkirk and in Normandy before dying in Northern Ireland in 1946.
2nd Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers fought across the Mediterranean theatre during the Second World War, spending some time on Malta and on the Greek islands.
Fusilier James Clifford served in 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers during the Second World War. He died in his hometown of Belfast on 14th December 1945.
Gunner James Gibson died in December 1945 in Portadown, Co. Armagh. He served in 3rd (Ulster) Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery during the Second World War.
Private Henry James "Harry" Nixon of Carnalea, Co. Down died as a result of a road traffic collision on 4th October 1945 having served in The Pioneer Corps.
Sub-Lieutenant James Patrick Salmon of Derry~Londonderry died on 4th October 1945 as a result of a traffic collision in Singapore. He served in the Royal Navy.
Formed in 1914 and revived in July 1940, the British Army's Intelligence Corps' main role is the collecting, analysing, and disseminating military intelligence.
Coproral William Allen McCabe of Belfast was only 22 years old at his time of death on 1st September 1945. He served as part of the Intelligence Corps in India.