War Graves in Ulster
The Commonwealth War Graves Commision honours over 1.7 million men and women from the Commonwealth forces who gave their lives in the First and Second World Wars.
In many countries across Europe and beyond, there are Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemeteries. These are immaculately kept and tended with great care and respect.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission looks after many World War Two graves in Northern Ireland. The information below will allow you to view CWGC burials across Ulster in towns and villages throughout the province. As well as official Commonwealth War Graves Commission plots, there are also many men and women buried in family plots and commemorated on headstones and churchyard monuments.
We hope to list as many of these final resting places as possible, so if you know of a grave or memorial relating to World War Two in your locality, please let us know.
Co. Antrim War Graves
New Cemetery, Ballymena, Co. Antrim
The New Cemetery, Cushendall Road, Ballymena, Co. Antrim is the final resting place of several members of the armed services who saw action in WW2.
Belfast City Cemetery, Falls Road, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Belfast City Cemetery on the Falls Road, Belfast, Co. Antrim is the final resting place of many victims of World War Two and the Belfast Blitz of 1941.
Carnmoney Cemetery, Newtownabbey, Co. Antrim
Carnmoney Cemetery in Newtownabbey, Co. Antrim contains the Commonwealth War Graves Commission graves of 44 service personnel who died in World War Two.
Craigs Church of Ireland, Cullybackey, Co. Antrim
Craigs Church of Ireland Churchyard in Cullybackey, Co. Antrim is the final resting place of several members of the armed services who saw action in WW2.
Lisnabreeny American Cemetery, Rocky Road, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Lisnabreeny in the Castlereagh Hills once was the site of an American Military Cemetery in Belfast. 148 servicemen were buried there between 1943 and 1948.
Co. Armagh War Graves
Drumcree Church of Ireland, Portadown, Co. Armagh
Drumcree Church of Ireland churchyard in Portadown, Co. Armagh contains five Commonwealth War Graves dating from World War Two between 1940 and 1946.
Seagoe Cemetery, Portadown, Co. Armagh
Seagoe Cemetery in the Co. Armagh town of Portadown contains fourteen Commonwealth War Graves relating to World War Two dating between 1940 and 1946.
Co. Down War Graves
Bangor New Cemetery, Bangor, Co. Down
Bangor New Cemetery on the Newtownards Road in Co. Down is the resting place of 40 servicemen who served in World War Two as well as victims of the Blitz.
Dundonald Cemetery, Dundonald, Co. Down
Dundonald Cemetery, Newtownards Road, Dundonald, Co. Down is the final resting place of several members of the armed services who saw action in WW2.