Remembering the Fallen
Many Australian and New Zealand service personnel trained in Northern Ireland while attached to British units, in particular flying with the Royal Air Force. Several graves of ANZAC forces can be found across the province of Ulster.
Frederick Hugh Anderson
Pilot Officer Frederick Hugh Anderson flew with RAF 153 Squadron who reformed at RAF Ballyhalbert on 14th October 1941. The pilot was from New Zealand.
Archibald Dethridge Campbell
Sergeant Archibald Dethridge Campbell died on 1st February 1942 when his Hudson AM604 came down after clipping trees near RAF Aldergrove, Co. Antrim.
David Farquhar Capel
Pilot Officer David Farquhar Capel served with the Royal Australian Air Force and was with RAF 220 Squadron at Ballykelly when he died in the FK207 crash.
Francis Aloysius Connell
Flying Officer Francis Aloysius Connell served in the Royal Australian Air Force with attachments to the RCAF and RAF before his death in November 1943.
Hugh Gavin Fraser
Pilot Officer Hugh Gavin Fraser died on 1st February 1942 when his Hudson came down at RAF Aldergrove, Co. Antrim. He survived a lucky escape in Australia.
Anthony Joseph Gallagher
Royal Australian Air Force Flight Sergeant Anthony Joseph Gallagher flew in No. 1663 Heavy Conversion Unit, RAF when Halifax EB134 crashed in November 1943.
Robert Hugh Gillian
Robert Hugh Gillian died on 6th March 1943 as Avro Anson LV153 crashed in the Sperrin Mountains, Co. Tyrone. The Australian navigator was 27 years old.
Private John Gilmore served in the 18th Battalion New Zealand Infantry although his parents came from Belfast. He died in captivity in Germany in 1944.
John Samuel Hornby
Acting Sublieutenant John Samuel Hornby of Wanganui, New Zealand was 21 years old when his Supermarine Seafire came down in Co. Tyrone on 10th October 1945.
Allan Stewart Johnston
Royal Australian Air Force Flight Sergeant Allan Stewart Johnston flew with RAF No. 1663 Heavy Conversion Unit when he died in Ireland on 7th November 1943.
John Russell Keane
Australian Flying Officer John Russell Keane was flying with No. 5 Operational Training Unit from RAF Long Kesh, Co. Antrim when he died in November 1943.
Trevor Arthur Kemp
Flight Sergeant Trevor Arthur Kemp from New Zealand died when Vickers Wellington Z1313 collided with Divis Mountain near Belfast on 24th November 1943.
William Wilson Kirby
Sergeant William Wilson Kirby (416768) served in the Royal Australian Air Force. For a time during World War Two he flew from a base in Northern Ireland.
Ross Wellesley Lindeman
Sergeant Ross Wellesley Lindeman served in the Royal Australian Air Force. While flying with 153 Squadron, he died on 25th January 1942 in Co. Londonderry.
Norman Francis Dougald McCallum
Australian Flight Sergeant Norman Francis Dougald McCallum died on 29th November 1943 and is buried alongside fellow crew members in Lisburn, Co. Antrim.
On 16th November 1944, Flying Fortress HB787 came down in Norfolk, England. On board was RNZAF Flight Sergeant Alexander McLaughlin, buried in Co. Antrim.
William Murray Mullins
Flight Sergeant William Murray Mullins served with RAF No. 5 Operational Training Unit when he died on 29th November 1943 in an air crash over Co. Antrim.
John Hugh Nurse
Sub-Lieutenant John Hugh Nurse served with the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm and was based at RNAS Eglinton, Co. Londonderry when he died on 19th November 1943.
Alan Gilbert Potter
Flight Sergeant Alan Gilbert Potter (417302) served with Royal Australian Air Force in World War Two. He was the son of Australian Joseph and Marion Potter.
William Russell Rattray
Pilot Officer William Russell Rattray was a 22 year old pilot from Canterbury, New Zealand serving with the Royal Air Force when he died on 11th March 1942.
George Hilton Sansome
Flight George Hilton Sansome of the Royal Australian Air Force flew with RAF No. 1663 Heavy Conversion Unit when he died in Ireland on 7th November 1943.
William John Sharp
The grave of RAAF Pilot Officer William John Sharp is in Irvinestown, Co. Fermanagh. The Consolidated Catalina JX242 navigator died on 20th November 1944.
Pilot Officer Wilson Twentyman served in the Royal New Zealand Air Force during World War Two. He spent a short time in Northern Ireland before his death.