Royal Marines
Royal Marines Graves

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Surname First name Num Rank Unit Age Date Country of Burial Location Notes
A soldier of the Great War Not known Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known Not known France Warlencourt British Cemetery
Abbott Frederick PO/X 4821 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. Not known 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Abbott John Arthur CH/11488 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Laurentic 35 25 January 1917 Ireland, Republic of Upper Fahan (St. Mura'S) Church Of Ireland Churchyard Son of Alexander and Jane E. Abbott. Born at Cambridge. Previously served 12 years in R.M.L.I.; rejoined in 1914.
Abbott John William Thomas PLY/X102195 Marine 3 Royal Marines H.A.A Regt 22 21 July 1943 Italy Syracuse War Cemetery, Sicily Son of William Alfred and Ethel Mary Abbott, of Apse Heath, Isle of Wight.
Abbott Walter John CH/11391 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Humber. Not known 3 November 1916 Egypt Suez War Memorial Cemetery (Served as CARTER).
Abel Claude Cecil CH/12162 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1884). H.M.S. Cressy. 32 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Susan Abel, of 22, Danbrook Rd., South Streatham, London. Native of North Elmham, Norfolk.
Abelson Edward Gordon Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 19 1 December 1916 France Ste. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre Son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Abelson, of 10, Kidderpore Gardens, Hampstead, London.
Abigail Edward Arnold Second Lieutenant Royal Marine Artillery Anti-Aircraft Bde. Not known 17 March 1916 Belgium Adinkerke Churchyard Extension
Ablett Sidney George Lancelot PO/X 2698 Marine Royal Marines Naval Base, Newhaven. 20 5 June 1940 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas Lancelot and Elizabeth Anne Ablett.
Ablett Wallace Andrew PO/X 328 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 31 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mrs. L. Ablett, of St. Saviour, Jersey, Channel Islands.
Abraham Charles RMA/10681 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Indefatigable. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Abraham George William Charles EX/3094 Marine Royal Marines Not known 14 September 1942 Libya Tobruk War Cemetery
Abrahams Robert Sydney EX/4444 Sergeant Royal Marines No. 43 R.M. Commando. Not known 3 February 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Abrathat William CH/12609 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1999). H.M.S. Aboukir. 29 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of John William and Ellen Abrathat, of 30, Bridge Rd., West Ham, London. Born at Leyton, London.
Absalom George Henry PO/10079 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1120). H.M.S. Bayano. Not known 11 March 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Absalom William David PO/16056 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Inconstant. Not known 13 June 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Ackerman George PLY/2324(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 31 24 March 1918 France Arras Memorial Husband of Gertrude E. Ackerman, of Calcot, Reading.
Acton Richard PO/7360 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 42 10 July 1917 Malta Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery Husband of R. Acton, of 21, Trafalgar St., Derby.
Adam Ian William Lieutenant Royal Marines, 47 Commando 19 14 January 1945 Netherlands Sprangcapelle General Cemetery Son of William Alexander Adam and Mary Louise Adam, of Haywards Heath, Sussex.
Adam William PLY/19270 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. President III (S.S. Bradfyne) 42 22 November 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Adam; husband of Alice Ann Adam, of Hanwell, Middlesex.
Adam William RME/13580 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Hercules. Not known 6 May 1920 United Kingdom Cathcart Cemetery
Adams Alastair Scott PO62206M Marine Royal Marines Fleet Protection Group 19 26 March 2005 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Adams Archibald PLY/11096 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M. Monitor Severn. 35 6 February 1915 United Kingdom Lowestoft (Normanston Drive) Cemetery Husband of Emily E. Adams, of 8, Hoe Park Terrace, Citadel Rd., Plymouth.
Adams Arthur CH/5285 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/420). Chatham Bn. R.N. Div. 42 8 October 1914 Belgium Berchem (Antwerpen) Communal Cemetery Son of Richard and Mary Adams; husband of Mary Jane Adams, of Burton Rd., Repton, Derby.
Adams Arthur Anthony PLY/X 2710 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Gloucester. 20 22 May 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Frank and Emily Adams, of Coventry.
Adams Cecil Frank Winton CH/20068 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Gibraltar. Not known 26 May 1921 United Kingdom Braintree Cemetery
Adams Charles Graham CH/X 3437 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Sovereign. 19 30 January 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Charles Herbert and Doris Maud Adams, of Liverpool.
Adams David PO/7578 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS 'Attentative' 43 7 September 1915 United Kingdom Dover (St. James'S) Cemetery Son of James Adams, of Millerhill, Dalkeith, Midlothian.
Adams Eric Frederick PO/X107560 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Nelson. 23 1 February 1946 United Kingdom Ramsey St. Marys (St. Mary) Churchyard Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Adams, of Ramsey; husband of C. Adams, of Ramsey.
Adams Ernest PO/X 113231 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Aurora. 18 30 October 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Elsie Adams.
Adams Frank Percy RMB/X 546 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Hood 32 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Charles Frank and Annie Adams, of Gillingham, Kent.
Adams George PLY/9548 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 72 3 August 1956 Not known Not known MSM. Memorial plaque Efford Cemetery, Plymouth.
Adams Henry PLY/1773(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 27 March 1918 France Arras Memorial
Adams James PLY/8638 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Pegasus. Not known 20 September 1914 Tanzania Zanzibar (Grave Island) Cemetery
Adams Keith Henry PO/X 2029 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. Not known 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Adams Peter Unknown Sergeant Royal Marines Unknown 11 January 2009 United Kingdom St John In The Wilderness Church
Adams Roy Manfred CH/21203 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vindictive. 18 23 April 1918 United Kingdom Lydd Cemetery Son of Arthur Adams, of Ice House, Manor Rd., Lydd.
Adams Vincent CH/13518 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Div 32 19 June 1920 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent
Adams Walter Horace PO/18508 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 5 June 1916 United Kingdom Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery
Adams William Thomas PO/3297 Lance Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry R.M. Depot 49 21 June 1918 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery Husband of Louise C. J. Adams, of 7, Alpha Cottages, Lower Walmer.
Adamson James Oliver CH/X 105031 Corporal Royal Marines R.M. Group. M.N.B.D.O.(1). 20 3 November 1943 Sri Lanka Colombo (Liveramentu) Cemetery Son of James and Jean Anderson, of Drymen, Stirlingshire.
Adcock Alan Richard RME/10502 Marine Royal Marine Engineers 22 8 April 1944 Italy Salerno War Cemetery Son of Daisy Adcock, of Sprowston, Norfolk.
Adcock Harry Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 45 18 February 1882 United Kingdom No Place Field, Rn Hospital Ceme Inscription: Pensioner
Adcock Hubert Percy Deal/244(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. 23 15 June 1915 Greece East Mudros Military Cemetery Son of Hubert and Fanny Adcock, of "Conderton", Hales Rd., Cheltenham, husband of Ethel K. Adcock (nee Pratt), of Cumberland Lodge, Stonebridge Park, Willesden, London.
Adcock Malcolm Kenneth PLY/X 110602 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Copra. 20 1 November 1944 Netherlands Bergen-Op-Zoom War Cemetery Son of John William and Gladys Dora Adcock, of Dinnington, Yorkshire.
Addicott Dick PLY/2039(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Alice Addicott. of "Stonemans," North Molton, Devon.
Addis Alan PO37596K Marine Royal Marines NP 8901 Falkland Islands 19 8 August 1980 Falkland Islands Memorial Plaque Nation
Addison Thomas PO/12653 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery, HMS Egmont 21 6 August 1904 Malta Kalkara Naval Cemetery
Addy Fred Walter PO/1845(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marines 24 7 April 1918 France Pozieres Memorial Name inscribed on memorial
Adkin Stanley EX/2401 Marine Royal Marines 22 12 August 1941 Egypt Ismailia War Memorial Cemetery Son of John Frederick and Elizabeth Ann Adkin, of Shardlow, Derbyshire.
Adkins Horace PO/19288 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 18 2 September 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial (served as ADAMS). Son of James Horace and Mary Ann Adkins, of 69, Ashgrove Rd., Ashley Down, Bristol.
Adlam William CH/10232 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div. 37 30 April 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Husband of Elizabeth Mackenzie (formerly Adlam), of 125, John St. North, Hamilton, Ontario.
Adwick Percy Gerald PLY/15676 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. President III 48 27 October 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Arthur and Alice Adwick; husband of Elizabeth Ann Adwick, of Rawmarsh, Yorkshire.
Agar George Atkin PO/1307(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Agar George Edward EX/808 Marine Royal Marines 22 14 March 1941 United Kingdom Erith (Brook Street) Cemetery
Agar Michael CH/X4452 Sergeant Royal Marines 17 February 1981 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Agassiz Roland Lewis Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marine Light Infantry 61 8 July 1902 Not known Not known Memorial Plaque located St. Mary's Church, Dedham, Suffolk Inscription: In loving memory of Roland Lewis Agassiz, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Marine Light Infantry, son of the late Lewis Agassiz of Stour Lodge, Bradfield, Essex, born 21st April, 1841, died 8 July, 1902.
Agnew William James PLY/X 1108 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Galatea. 27 15 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John and Martha Agnew; husband of Lilian Agnew, of Stoke, Devon.
Ahearne John Patrick PO/X 101841 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Indomitable 20 12 August 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Patrick and Kathleen Ahearne, of Maesteg, Glamorgan.
Ahern Patrick EX/1251 Sergeant Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. 31 25 January 1945 Netherlands Sittard War Cemetery Son of John Ahern and of Margaret Ahern (nee Fitzgerald); husband of Margaret Ahern, of Burley, Hampshire.
Ahern (1) Gerard CH/X5110 Marine Royal Marines 41 Ind. Commando 21 30 April 1951 Korea Not known Killed serving in Korea 1950 - 1953. Name listed on Commonwealth War Memorial, Pusan, South Korea
Ahern (2) Gerard CH/X5110 Marine Royal Marines 41 Ind. Commando 21 30 April 1951 Korea Not known 41 Independent Commando Memorial Plaque Bickleigh Parish Church, Devon
Aindow Andrew Cadet RM Cadet Corps Chatham Not known 4 December 1951 United Kingdom Not known After Dark on the evening of 4 december, 1951, a bus ran into a marching group of Royal Marines Cadets, of whom 24 died. 22 are buried in Gillingham New Cemetery ( Naval & Military Section ), including 3 in its Roman Catholic enclave. Inscription: ( Place of rest not known )
Ainsley Joseph Henry CH/4992 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/A/496). H.M.S. Edinburgh Castle. Not known 11 March 1916 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Airey Sydney PO/X 102279 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham 24 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Fred and Ada Airey; husband of Ada Airey, of Rochdale, Lancashire.
Aitchison Henry John PO/13302 Lance Corporal RMLI/RN Division 30 13 November 1916 France Bouzincourt Ridge Cemetery, Albert
Aitken Richard PLY/9868 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 40 24 August 1919 United Kingdom Plymouth (Weston Mill) Cemetery
Aitken Walter Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 58 4 October 1899 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Akehurst Alfred William PO/4863 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 47 23 September 1914 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go (Served as THOMAS).
Akers Robert Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 20 10 July 1875 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery No headstone.
Albin Frederick Edward PO/X 113000 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.G.(L.) 15. 18 25 April 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Albrighton Arthur PO/2398(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 33 25 March 1918 France St. Pierre Cemetery, Amiens Husband of Florence Albrighton, of Hill Top, Long St., Atherstone, Warwickshire.
Albury Leonard Francis Lieutenant Royal Marines/RN Division Not known 27 September 1918 France Hermies Hill British Cemetery On the Memorial as Alburn should read Albury
Alcock William Arthur PO/X110864 Marine Royal Marines 18 15 June 1943 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of James and Nellie Alcock, of Nechells, Birmingham.
Alder Frank PLY/X 101175 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Repulse. 31 10 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Sydney Frank and Lilian Gertrude Alder, of Liverpool.
Alderman Albert PLY/2290(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 26 15 January 1918 France Metz-En-Couture Communal Cemetery British Extension Son of Henry James and Hester Elizabeth Alderman, of Leckford, Stockbridge, Hants.
Alderman George Edward RMA/10119 Bombardier Royal Marine Artillery S.S. Curaca. Not known 6 December 1917 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Alderson James Lawrence CH/X 330 Marine Royal Marines 31 1 June 1940 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Kate and the late James Alderson; husband of Dorothy Cornhill (formerly Alderson), of Strood, Rochester, Kent.
Aldington William Henry CH/9837 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 4 August 1915 Greece East Mudros Military Cemetery
Aldis Alec George Lieutenant Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. Not known 6 June 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Edith Nivette Aldis, of Lowestoft, Suffolk.
Aldis Francis Thomas Henry CH/X 106097 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hopetoun. 42 16 December 1944 United Kingdom Brierley Hill (St. Michael) Churchyard Husband of Laura May Aldis, of Norton, Stourbridge, Worcestershire.
Aldred John Frederick PO/X 115495 Marine Royal Marines 26 R.M. Lt. A.A. Bty. 21 4 November 1944 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery Son of Edward and Emma Aldred, of Atherton, Lancashire.
Aldrich (1) Arthur RM/9440 Marine 41 Ind. Commando RM 19 10 October 1951 Korea Not known Killed serving in Korea 1950 - 1953. Name listed on Commonwealth War Memorial, Pusan, South Korea
Aldrich (2) Arthur RM/9440 Marine 41 Ind. Commando RM 19 10 October 1951 Korea Not known 41 Independent Commando Memorial Plaque Bickleigh Parish Church, Devon
Aldridge Albert Thomas RMA/14445 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 4th R.M. Bn. 21 1 April 1918 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery Son of Joseph and Fanny Aldridge, of Naunton Beauchamp, Pershore, Worcs.
Aldridge David PO/14961 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Good Hope. Not known 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Aldridge Douglas John Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 33 26 October 1917 Belgium Poelcapelle British Cemetery Son of Mrs. F. M. Aldridge, of 51, Circus Rd. Mansions, St. John's Wood, London.
Aldridge Garribalda PLY/16279 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div. 19 5 October 1914 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery Son of Edmond and Elizabeth Aldridge, of 25, Charlotte St., Walsall, Staffs.
Aldridge Richard PLY/1898/S Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 29 4 May 1918 United Kingdom Birkenhead (Flaybrick Hill) Cemetery Son of Richard and Margaret Aldridge; husband of Marie Aldridge, of 12, Brick Place, Poulton, Wallasey, Cheshire. Born at Birkenhead.
Aldridge Robert John PO/X 100812 Marine Royal Marines 28 18 June 1944 United Kingdom Andover Cemetery Inscription: God's dearest gift, his memory
Alexander Charles RM9324 Marine 40 Commando RM 19 19 January 1952 Malaya Kamunting Road Christian Cemeter
Alexander Charles Edward PLY/5717 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Louvain 45 9 March 1919 United Kingdom Plymouth (Weston Mill) Cemetery Husband of E. Alexander, of 49, Richmond Rd., Bayswater, London.
Alexander Frederick Llewellyn Major General Royal Marine Artillery 74 16 September 1896 United Kingdom Fareham Cemetery Hampshire
Alexander Hubert William CH/X 109874 Sergeant Royal Marines 35 6 August 1947 United Kingdom Bexleyheath Cemetery Son of Frederick John and Ellen Sarah Alexander; husband of Dorothy Therese Alexander, of Welling.
Alexander John Moir PO/X 4237 Marine Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando 21 19 August 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Margaret Alexander.
Alexander Roger Desmond RM3711 Musician Royal Marines Band 75 12 May 2002 United Kingdom Porchester Crematorium, Hampshir Inscription: No headstone
Alexander William Adams PO/X 3502 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B. D.O. (1), Burma 21 24 April 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Ernest and Helen Oswald Alexander, of Edinburgh.
Alexander MC (1) Samuel Giles William PO65042N Marine 42 Commando RM 28 27 May 2011 United Kingdom St Mary The Virgin Church, Bickl Afghanistan campaign named on CTCRM Memorial Wall
Alexander MC (2) Samuel Giles William PO65042N Marine 42 Commando RM 28 27 May 2011 United Kingdom St Mary The Virgin Church, Bickl Afghanistan campaign named on CTCRM Memorial Wall
Alfred George Silvester Marine Royal Marines 90 24 September 2004 United Kingdom Warblington Cemetery, Hampshire
Alker Samuel PLY/X 2431 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 25 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Frederick and Clarice Alker, of Winstanley, Lancashire.
Allan John PO/768(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry RND 24 27 September 1915 Malta Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery Son of John and Jeanie Combs Allan, of 8, William St., Helensburgh, Dumbartonshire.
Allan John PLY/619(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 15 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Skew Bridge Cemetery
Allan William Deal/10914(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 52 14 April 1917 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery Native of Berwick-on-Tweed.
Allbrook Herbert PO/X 103084 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Aurora. 30 30 October 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of James and Hannah Allbrook; husband of Nellie Allbrook, of Grimethorpe, Yorkshire.
Allchin George Henry PO/10207 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Invincible. 34 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Charles and Amy Allchin, of Kent.
Allcoat Tom John PLY/10182 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/815). H.M.S. Goliath 33 13 May 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Tom John Allcoat.
Allcock Ralph PLY/2058(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 34 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Katherine Allcock, of Fish Hill, Redditch, and the late Ralph Allcock; husband of Alice Harriet Allcock, of 31, Rosehall, Alcester, Warwickshire.
Allcock William PLY/X 55 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Repulse. 36 10 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas Henry and Mary Harriett Allcock; husband of Alice Helen Allcock, of St. Budeaux, Devon.
Allen Albert Edward CH/X 110061 Marine Royal Marines HMS Vulture 18 4 May 1943 United Kingdom St. Merryn Churchyard Marine Allen was accidentally shot.
Allen Albert Ernest CH/959(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Mrs. E. Allen, of "Fairfield," Sydney Rd., Watford, Herts.
Allen Albert Ronald CH/X 103971 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.G. (M.) 102. 22 1 November 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Harry and Eliza Emma Allen, of Shepherd's Bush, London.
Allen Alexander Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marine Artillery 51 9 August 1899 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmouth
Allen Arthur James CH/14735 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1318). H.M.S. Hogue. 31 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Husband of E. E. Allen, of 25, New St., Chatham, Kent.
Allen Arthur William PO/X3477 Corporal Royal Marines 23 20 June 1944 United Kingdom Staines (London Road) Cemetery Son of Susan Allen, of Tottenham.
Allen Bertie Charles Bickle PLY/X20535 Colour Sergeant Royal Marines 36 21 March 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Allen, of Plymouth; husband of Ethel Allen, of Pomphlett, Plymstock.
Allen Christopher Leonard Lieutenant Royal Marines 19 29 January 1942 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent Son of the Revd. Claude Albert Bloomfield Allen, M.A., and Joyce Esther Allen, of Turvey Rectory, Bedfordshire.
Allen George PLY/14462 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 28 25 November 1918 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery
Allen Henry CH/16544 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. 28 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of W. H. Allen, of 17, Woodland Hill, Upper Norwood, London.
Allen Herbert PLY/RMP/564 Sergeant Royal Marine Police 40 6 January 1947 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery Son of Thomas and Ellen Allen; husband of Gladys Helen Allen, of Camel's Head, Devonport.
Allen Herbert James PO/3791 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Anking 22 4 March 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Thomas Allen and Annice May Allen, of Upton-on-Severn, Worcestershire.
Allen James Thomas PLY/6361 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HQ 35 2 August 1906 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Allen Job CH/8575 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 35 12 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Skew Bridge Cemetery Son of William and Harriet Allen of Hayes, Middlesex. Husband of Florence Anne Allen of Greenford, Middlesex.
Allen John PO/5286 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/A/0754). H.M.S. Victory 47 17 August 1915 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Gosport
Allen John CH/466(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 19 29 April 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Mr. G. H. Allen, of Lynn Cottage, St. Margaret's-at-Cliffe, Dover.
Allen John Gordon PO/X 2182 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 21 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Allen Joseph PLY/X 105483 Marine Royal Marines 36 9 August 1944 United Kingdom Failsworth Cemetery Son of Joseph William and Sarah Ann Allen, of Failsworth; husband of Mary Christina Allen, of Failsworth.
Allen Joseph William PLY/X 3077 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Carlisle. 22 9 October 1943 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Edith Allen; husband of Iris Lilian Allen, of Stonehouse, Plymouth.
Allen Nicholas PLY/994(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 26 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of the late Mrs. Mary Ellen Allen.
Allen Robert John Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery 30 30 May 1903 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmouth
Allen Robert Pemberton CH/X 101125 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 22 24 April 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Matthew Clough Allen and Isabella Allen, of Easington Colliery, Co. Durham.
Allen Samuel Oswald CH/21338 Marine Royal Marines HMS Repulse 32 5 November 1925 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Gosport
Allen Sydney William PO/X922 Sergeant Royal Marines HMS Dunedin 33 24 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Sergeant Allen lost his life when HMS 'Dunedin' was torpedoed. Plaque located in St. Margaret's Church, Eastney, Southsea, Hampshire.
Allen Thomas Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 34 10 February 1872 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmouth
Allen William PO/X4347 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 44 26 February 1919 United Kingdom Annes Hill Cemetery, Gosport`
Allen William PO/15419 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Div. 28 16 April 1920 United Kingdom Alphington Church Cemetery Son of George and Mary Allen, of Salisbury; husband of Florence May Allen, of 26, Crosse View, Alphington, Exeter. Served on board H.M.S. "Dolphin," in the operations in the Persian Gulf.
Allen William RMA/8650 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Queen Mary. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Allen William CH/10096 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Clan McNaughton. 33 3 February 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Samuel and Rose Hannah Allen, of Poplar, London; husband of Jane Sophia Smith (formerly Allen), of 1 I, Bryant Rd., Strood, Rochester.
Allen William Richard PLY/X 2196 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Tamar 24 2 October 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of William Thomas Allen and Annice May Allen, of Upton-on-Severn, Worcestershire.
Allerton Joseph PLY/41(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 23 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel
Alleway John William RMA/8868 Marine Royal Marine Artillery HMS Bulwark Not known Not known Not known Kalkara Cemetery, Malta Gc Name of Marine shown is Marine Alleway Inscription: Memorial for those who died during HMS 'Bulwark's' Commission 1906 - 1907
Allibone Arthur William PO/18981 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Princess Royal. Not known 17 October 1918 United Kingdom Buckland (St. Mary) Churchyard, Berkshire
Allinson Arthur PO/15037 Private RMLI/RN Division Not known 27 September 1918 France Hermies Hill British Cemetery
Allison Clive Richard PO30430C Corporal Royal Marines 26 16 July 1981 United Kingdom St John In The Wilderness Church
Allison George Edwin PO/X1752 Sergeant Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 30 15 June 1945 Germany Reichswald Forest War Cemetery Son of Albert Edwin and Gertrude Annie Allison; husband of Monica Audrey Allison, of Wicor, Fareham, Hampshire.
Allison George Edwin CH/18485 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div Not known 12 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Allison George Herbert RMA/7075 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery (South African Heavy Artillery) 28 26 October 1916 France Bazentin-Le-Petit Military Cemetery Name inscribed on Memorial erected in memory of the Officers and Men of the South African Heavy Artillery who died in the Great War 1914 - 1918. Includes names of 4 men of the Royal Marine Artillery. Located at Company's Gardens, Capetown, South Africa.
Allison Horace Albert RMA/12886 Corporal Royal Marine Artillery 28 4 September 1918 Sierra Leone Freetown (King Tom) Cemetery Inscription: HMS 'Africa'
Allison Raymond PO17392R Corporal Royal Marines 59 3 August 1998 United Kingdom St Andrews Church, Whitchurch
Allkins Wilfred Samson PLY/387(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div 24 4 March 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Samson and Marion Rodick Allkins, of "Woodburn," 117, Gravelly Hill, Birmingham.
Allman Frederick RMA/9006 Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery R.M.A. Heavy Bty. Not known 16 October 1917 Tanzania Dar Es Salaam War Cemetery Son of William Allman, of 13, Church Aston, Newport, Salop, England.
Allott George PO/22532 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood Not known 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Fred and Mary Allot; husband of Gladys Winifred Allot, of Bitterne, Southampton.
Allum Phillip Joseph Lawrence Captain Royal Marines 48 24 September 1954 United Kingdom Fareham Cemetery Hampshire
Almond John Herbert PLY/22633 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 32 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Walter and Maud Mary Almond, of Plymouth; husband of Winifred Blanche Almond, of Mutley, Plymouth.
Almond Wilfrid PO/698(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div. 20 9 August 1915 Egypt Alexandria (Chatby) Military And War Memorial Cemetery Son of Lewis and Jane Almond, of Astley Bridge, Bolton.
Alsop William Douglas CH/18783 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div Not known 3 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Beach Cemetery, Anzac
Alston Giles Herbert PO/1410(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 27 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alston.
Altringham Ronald Leslie CH/X 112202 Marine 40 Commando RM 21 11 April 1945 Italy Argenta Gap War Cemetery Son of Mrs. H. Altringham, of Hackney, London.
Amato (1) Dennis CH/X 1615 Sergeant 48 Commando RM 25 6 June 1944 France Hermanville War Cemetery Rue du Sgt. AMATO, Langrune-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, named after Sgt. D. Amato, RM, killed during the attempt to capture 48 Commando RM D-Day objective, the strong point on Langrune-sur-Mer seafront.
Amato (2) Dennis CH/X 1615 Sergeant 48 Commando RM 25 6 June 1944 France Langrune-Sur-Mer, Normandy Killed and buried Langrune-sur-Mer ( churchyard )..
Amber Stephen Not known Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 25 21 October 1865 Not known Buried At Sea? HMS 'Lee' Memorial Plaque located St. Mary's Church, Georgetown, Ascension Island
Ambler Edward William PO/X 101922 Lance Corporal Royal Marines R.M. Engineer Commando. 27 2 March 1945 Netherlands Mook War Cemetery Son of Edward and Daisy Elizabeth Ambler; husband of Dorothy A. Ambler, of Wrexham, Denbighshire.
Ambler Edwin Bedford CH/235(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 21 31 March 1917 United Kingdom Streatham Cemetery
Ambridge Walter Clarence PO/22128 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood Not known 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Edgar and Sarah Ambridge; husband of Violet Anne Ambridge.
Ambrose Fred PLY/22402 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Tamar 35 2 October 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ambrose, of Grays, Essex.
Ambrose Kennedy PO/9978(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 21 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of Mary Jane Gill (formerly Ambrose) and William M. Gill (stepfather).
Ambury William PO/2071(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 14 July 1918 France Valenciennes (St. Roch) Communal Cemetery
Amery (1) Albert Edward PO/3756 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 71 24 April 1942 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport
Amery (2) Albert Edward PO/3756 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 71 24 April 1942 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport
Amey William John PO/15312 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hampshire. 21 5 June 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of J. W. and M. A. Amey, of 22, Alver Rd., Kingston, Portsmouth.
Amor Henry Giles PO/13143 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Tamar. 30 18 July 1917 Singapore Kranji War Cemetery Son of Henry and Julia Amor, of 18, Milford Hill, Salisbury.
Amos Frank CH/12349 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div. 36 5 October 1914 Belgium Nieuport Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Amos, of Church St., Walmer; husband of Alice Amos, of 1, Holborn Cottages, Kingsdown Rd., St. Margaret's-at-Cliffe, Kent.
Amos Henry Charlton Lieutenant Royal Marine Engineers 2 Field Coy. R.N. Div. 32 22 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Skew Bridge Cemetery Son of John Hetherington Amos, of Abbey Leigh, Darlington, Co. Durham, and the late Dorothy Mary Amos. Born at Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Anderson Albert EX/3975 Marine 46 Commando RM 26 25 August 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery KIA Beuzeville
Anderson Alexander General Royal Marine Light Infantry 70 21 November 1877 United Kingdom Brompton Cemetery, West London 2 Lieutenant Portsmouth 24-05-1823, 'Albion'25/28, Portugal Civil War '27, Lieutenant'32, Capt. '42, Major '54, Lieutenant Col. '54, Col. '59, Comdt '62, Maj. Gen. '62, Lieutenant Gen. '66, Gen. '70, ret'd 77. Inscription: Per Mare Per Terram
Anderson Alexander Captain Royal Marines 11 September 1814 United States of America Plattsburg, Ny Captain Anderson has a fitting resting place lying in front of his Commanding Officer and alongside his comrades in arms from the RN and British Army. The original headstone is illegible so the local community have generously added the tablet. Inscription: Captain Alexander Anderson, Marines, British Navy
Anderson Archibald Dickie PLY/X 1565 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Prince of Wales. 23 16 February 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson.
Anderson Gilbert Ironside Colonel Royal Marine Light Infantry 14 July 1937 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Anderson James PLY/3606 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 9 February 1917 United Kingdom Edinburgh (Newington Or Echo Bank) Cemetery
Anderson John Edward PLY/721(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial
Anderson Robert Samuel CH/16946 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Aboukir. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Anderson Stanley Laurie Ronald CH/X103905 Corporal Royal Marines MNBDO 2 20 20 July 1943 Italy Catania War Cemetery, Sicily Son of William Charles and Edith Constance Anderson, of Penge, Kent.
Anderson Thomas CH/8742 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M. H.S. Rohilla. 38 30 October 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Mary Agnes Anderson, of London; husband of Mary Ann Anderson, of 4, Vine Rd., Stratford, London.
Anderson Thomas William PO/X 102259 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. Not known 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Anderson William Arthur CH/14318 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Cressy. 28 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William Albert and Caroline Anderson, of 26, Emmott St., Mile End, London.
Anderson William Thomas PO/X 2917 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak. 19 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Samuel and Georgina Anderson, of Newtownards, Co. Down.
Anderton John Wainwright PO/14411 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Good Hope. Not known 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Andison Henry PLY/10256 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 32 20 November 1916 France Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Extension Brother of Mary Andison of 5 North Charlotte Street, Edinburgh, and of T. W. Andison, of Edinburgh, late of Hawick.
Andrews Albert Densham PLY/14925 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 28 28 April 1921 United Kingdom Exeter (Exwick Or St. Thomas) Cemetery Section V, Grave 42
Andrews Albert Henry CH/440(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 24 10 May 1917 France Etaples Military Cemetery Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Andrews, of 3, Lycett Place, Becklow Rd., Shepherds Bush, London. Native of Shepherd's Bush.
Andrews Bertram George Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 22 August 1918 France Bucquoy Road Cemetery, The Somme
Andrews Charles PLY/X 1674 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Fidelity. 27 1 January 1943 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Ted and Annie Andrews, of Tilehurst, Berkshire.
Andrews Christopher Boyd Captain Royal Marines Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 11 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Andrews Clifford PLY/2444(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marines Light Infantry Not known 6 April 1918 France Pozieres Memorial Name inscribed on Memorial
Andrews Edwin Stanley PLY/1172(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 17 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial Son of John and Mary Andrews, of Florence House, Gorse Rd., Cwnbwrla, Swansea.
Andrews Ernest George CH/2199(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 29 October 1917 Belgium Dozinghem Military Cemetery
Andrews Ernest Lancelot Captain Royal Marines 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 42 25 August 1918 France A.I.F. Burial Ground, Flers Son of the Rev. John Marshall Andrews and Lucy Anne Andrews.
Andrews Frank PO/15544 Lance Corporal Royal Marines Light Infantry Not known 7 April 1918 France Pozieres Memorial Name inscribed on Memorial
Andrews Frank PLY/1470(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Andrews Frederick Charles RMA/10303 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Princess Royal. 35 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Jane Andrews, of 4, New Rd., Beeches Hill, Bishop's Waltham, Hants.
Andrews James CH/6945 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hogue. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Andrews Ronald CH/X 110933 Marine 601 LCM Flotilla RM 20 21 July 1944 Lost at sea Calais Canadian War Cemetery, Leubringhen Itchenor Society Memorial Seat in memory of 601 LCM Flotilla lost in English Channel, including Sub Lieutenant Colin J. Backhouse RN and Stoker T. A. Race RN
Andrews Samuel James PLY/X 104849 Corporal Royal Marines No.41 R.M. Commando. 23 12 February 1947 United Kingdom Stretford Cemetery Son of James and Bessie Andrews; husband of Dorothy Andrews, of Stretford.
Andrews (1) Ernest Lancelot Captain RMLI/RN Division 42 25 August 1918 France Aif Cemetery, The Somme
Andrews (2) Ernest Lancelot Captain RMLI/RN Division 42 25 August 1918 France Aif Cemetery, The Somme
Angel George Frederick PO/7599 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/552). H.M.S. Alcantara. Not known 29 February 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Angove Geoffrey William Marine Royal Marines 84 2 October 2009 United Kingdom Falmouth Cemetery Cornwall
Angus Robert Brown PLY/X 100031 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Dorsetshire. 23 5 April 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of William and Isabel Arlgus, of Paisley, Renfrewshire.
Annalls Edward PO/18094 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Canopus. 46 18 November 1941 Egypt Suez War Memorial Cemetery Son of William and Alice Annalls; husband of Robina L. R. Annalls, of North End, Portsmouth.
Annetts Christopher George CH/1616(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 29 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of Frederick and Sarah Annetts, of Combe, Hungerford, Berks.
Annetts Ivy PO/8750 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMY Victoria & Albert 42 11 December 1920 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Husband of Mabel Florence Annetts, of 1, Weavill's Lane, Middle St., Bishop-Stoke, Eastleigh, Hants. Served in China and in the South African Campaigns.
Anning John Henry PLY/20683 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 3 September 1920 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery
Ansell Frederick Lenard PO/16646 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 24 8 March 1919 United Kingdom Overton (St. Mary) Churchyard Son of Thomas Ansell.
Ansell Ronald Edwin PLY/X108473 Marine Royal Marines No.47. R.M. Commando. 19 17 July 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery Son of Edwin Harry and Elsie Ethel Ansell, of Maidstone, Kent.
Ansell Stanley CH/16575 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 28 18 December 1919 United Kingdom Chadwell St. Mary (St. Mary) Churchyard Son of William and Sarah Ansell, 8 Ottawa Road, Chadwell St. Mary, Tilbury.
Ansley John Edward Alfred Deal/721(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. 19 6 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Skew Bridge Cemetery
Anson Harry Raymond Joseph PO/X 100156 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Fidelity. Not known 1 January 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Anstey Alfred Richard John PO/1987(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Alfred and Sarah Anstey, of 65, High St., Upper Weston, Bath.
Anstiss Harry Cecil CH/15448 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hogue. 26 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Catharine Norton Hambleton (formerly Anstiss) of 12, Spring Bank, Heyrod, Stalybridge, Cheshire, and the late William Henry Anstiss. Born at Portsmouth.
Antcliffe Henry CH/17392 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vanguard. 21 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Minnie Antcliffe, of 92, Spital St., Sheffield, and the late Septimus Antcliffe.
Anteney Frederick Cecil CH/X 118752 Lance Corporal Royal Marines 3 Provost Coy. 22 10 September 1947 Germany Hamburg Cemetery Son of Cecil Leslie and Elizabeth Anteney, of Paddington, London.
Anthony Kenneth PLY/X 3773 Marine Royal Marines HMS Repulse 22 1 June 1943 Thailand Kanchanaburi War Cemetery RM Detachment. Inscription: One of the best in every way, loved and remembered every day. Sid, Lilly, Nan.
Antrobus Harry James PLY/16147 Bugler Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Indefatigable. 17 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Harry and Amelia Antrobus, of 110, Wood View Rd., Walkley, Sheffield. Native of Plymouth.
Appleby William PO/x117876 Marine Royal Marines 18 30 May 1943 United Kingdom Newton Abbot Cemetery Gen Section B, Grave 176
Appleby William Thompson PLY/X 2597 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Fidelity. 22 1 January 1943 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Herbert Appleby, and of Elizabeth Ellen Appleby, of Spennymoor, Co. Durham.
Appleyard Alfred PLY/X 430 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 29 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Appleyard Frank PLY/X 106192 Lance Corporal 48 Commando RM 21 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Lance Corporal Appleyard was awarded the MM. He died at St. Aubin-sur-Mer. BWC plot XlV, row A, grave 2. Inscription: A nature well worth knowing - a heart as good as gold - his memory will never grow old
Apps Robert Edward CH/20937 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Louvain. 20 20 January 1918 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of George William and Sarah Apps, of 185, Ilderton Rd., South Bermondsey, London.
Apsley Alexander Deal/10648(S) Private Royal Marine Labour Corps (Dunkerque) Not known 28 October 1917 France Dunkirk Town Cemetery
Arbery John PLY/19517 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 3rd R.M. Bn 20 17 December 1918 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Lancashire Landing Cemetery Son of Thomas and Emma Arbery, of Daisyland, Cullompton, Devon.
Arch Arthur James PO/13806 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 18 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial
Archer Arthur PO/16725 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bayano. Not known 11 March 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Archer, of Thorp Arch, Boston Spa.
Archer Frederick John PLY/16813 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div. 24 15 October 1914 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery Son of Mrs. Emily Archer, of 8, Fox St., Canning Town, London.
Archer Harold Edmund PO/2355(S) Private RM Battalion, RND 29 2 September 1918 France Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt Son of George Archer, J.P., of Wesley House, Epworth, Doncaster; husband of Catherine Archer, of 22, Broad St., Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
Archer Raymond PO/12287 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 34 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of the late John Field Archer and Elizabeth Archer.
Ardagh John PLY/7131 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Vivid 37 26 June 1900 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Ardis James CH/336(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 21 6 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of James and Sarah Ardis, of 76, Mervue St., Belfast.
Argent Charles CH/7676 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Div 38 10 August 1914 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent Husband of Ida Mary Argent, of 23, Catherine St., Rochester.
Argent Charles William PO/11232 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1258). H.M.S. Queen Mary. 34 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mrs. Jeffery (formerly Argent), of Southend-on-Sea.
Aris Maurice William PLY/13727 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Exmouth Not known 6 September 1915 Greece East Mudros Military Cemetery
Arkwright James Deal/3741(S) Private RM Medical Unit/RND 20 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Husband of Elizabeth Blackburn (formerly Arkwright), of 22, Ribbleton Avenue, Preston.
Arkwright Richard St. Chad Captain Royal Marines H.M.S. Cornwall. 30 7 October 1939 Sri Lanka Colombo (Kanatte) General Cemetery Son of the Revd. Hubert Seymour Arkwright, B.A., and Evelyn Arkwright, of Peppard, Oxfordshire.
Arlow Henry PO/X 102354 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Indomitable. 28 12 August 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Samuel and Elizabeth Arlow, of Donaghcloney, Co. Down; husband of Elizabeth Arlow.
Arman William Henry PO/12172 Corporal RMLI/RN Division 33 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel
Armfield Leslie PO/X 2959 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak. Not known 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Armitage James CH/X102092 Sergeant Royal Marines R.M. Engineer Commando. 29 24 June 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery Son of James and Elizabeth Armitage, of Sandyhills, Glasgow.
Armitage Stanley PO/X 103443 Marine Royal Marines 4 R.M. Lt. A.A. Regt. 31 16 December 1944 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery Son of Florry Armitage, of Ravensthorpe, Dewsbury, Yorkshire.
Armour Robert EX/4749 Marine Royal Marines 11th Bn. R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. Not known 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Armour (1) Thomas RM 131178 Marine 3 Commando Brigade RM 23 7 March 1956 Cyprus British Cemetery Nicosia Inscription: Dearly beloved son of Mr. And Mrs. J. Armour
Armour (2) Thomas RM 131178 Marine Royal Marines 23 7 March 1956 Cyprus Wayne'S Keep Cemetery Wayne's Keep Cemetery where most British service personnel are buried is located in the UN Buffer Zone. Marine Armour's name is listed on the British Cyprus Memorial which is located in the Turkish Sector.
Armstrong Alfred James PO/13778 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Black Prince. 31 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of James and Mary Jane Armstrong; brother of Thomas Armstrong, of 78, Station Rd., Earl Shilton, Hinckley, Leicestershire.
Armstrong Arthur Charles CH/X 111456 Marine Royal Marines 17 19 April 1943 United Kingdom Eltham Cemetery, Woolwich Son of Frank Gilbert and Florence Lilian Armstrong, of Eltham.
Armstrong Donald Backhouse PO/X 113138 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.G.(L) 16. 18 26 April 1943 United Kingdom Castle Carrock (St. Peter) Churchyard Son of Joseph and Mary Jane Armstrong, of Castle Carrock.
Armstrong Harold Gage Bewes Major Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 37 5 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Shrapnel Valley Cemetery Son of Augusta Annie Armstrong, of Otterington House, Northallerton, and the late Col. W. G. Armstrong, R.M.L.I. Born at Plymouth.
Armstrong James Edward PLY/X 105972 Marine Royal Marines 26 R.M. Lt. A.A. Bty. Not known 1 December 1944 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery
Armstrong Thomas William Captain Royal Marines 7th Battalion MNBDO 2 36 20 July 1943 Italy Catania War Cemetery, Sicily Son of Samuel James Armstrong and Mary Ellen Armstrong; husband of Irene Armstrong, of Exmouth, Devon.
Armstrong (1) St. George Dewes Major General Royal Marines 85 22 May 1956 United Kingdom South Brent Cemetery, Devon Grave 48, Row 8 Cemetery on Station Approach
Armstrong (2) St. George Bewes Major General Royal Marines 85 22 May 1956 St Petrocs Church Memorial Bench
Arnold David James RM 15389 Sergeant 45 Commando RM 26 7 August 1964 Aden Maala Cemetery Inscription: In loving memory of my dear husband Gone from this world but never from out hearts, Ruby, Gary, Terry
Arnold George Arthur RMA/13428 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Vanguard. 24 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Frederick William and Fanny Alice Arnold, of 3, Harvist Rd., Hornsey Rd., Holloway, London.
Arnold Harry Clement PO/13839 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark. 29 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William and Annie Arnold, of Holybourne, Hants.; husband of Annie R. A. Arnold, of 12, Victoria Rd., Alton, Hants.
Arnold Lewis Thomas CH/17910 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. 20 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of E. J. W. Arnold, of "North Dene," 93, Campbell Rd., Lower Walmer, Deal, Kent.
Arnold Robert CH/16953 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Aboukir. 21 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Eliza Arnold.
Arnold Thomas Charles CH/24566 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Warspite. 34 23 May 1941 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William Arthur and Annie Arnold; husband of Iris Marjorie Arnold, of Rochester. Kent.
Arnold Thomas Richard PLY/693(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 9 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Arnold William RMA/15115 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Minotaur Not known 9 May 1918 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Kingston) Cemetery
Arnott Edward CH/X 109889 Marine Royal Marines 3 R.M. H.A.A. Regt. 21 16 December 1944 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery Son of Edward and Alice Arnott, of Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Arscott William PO/993(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 29 November 1916 France Etaples Military Cemetery Son of Thomas and Jane Arscott, of 9, High Row, Stargate, Ryton-on-Tyne, Co. Durham. Native of Stargate.
Arscott William Reginald RMB/X 572 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Barham 29 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Richard and Elsie Florence Arscott; husband of Lena Arscott.
Arstall Leslie PLY/X 103609 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Charybdis. 21 23 October 1943 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Harold and Rose Arstall, of Cadishead, Lancashire.
Arthy Charles James CH/8514 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1405). H.M.S. Clan Mc Naughton. Not known 3 February 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Charles James and Hannah Maria Arthy, of Shoreditch, London; husband of Ellen Arthy, of 7, Perth Rd., Lea Bridge Rd., Leyton, London.
Ash Charles Mark RMA/4314 Corporal Royal Marine Artillery Howitzer Bde. 43 20 June 1915 France Vieille-Chapelle New Military Cemetery, Lacouture Husband of Mary Ash, of 27, Harold Rd., Southsea.
Ash Charlie PO/14771 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Kent. 29 25 May 1919 United Kingdom Sheffield (Crookes) Cemetery Son of Charlie and Fanny Ash; husband of Rose Ash, of 15, Radford Place, Sheffield. Born at Sheffield.
Ash Frederick Robert CH/2650(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 33 2 September 1918 France Boyelles Communal Cemetery Extension Husband of Alice Martha Ash, of 74, Godwin St., Ashsted, Birmingham.
Ash George CH/1732(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Ash John Buckley PLY/16444 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 1 September 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Ash William James PLY/12880 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 31 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Bessie Ash, of "Ellacombe," 18, Caerau Square, Ely, Cardiff, and the late James Rowland Ash.
Ashbee Arthur George CH/1556(S) Private RMLI/RN Division Not known 27 September 1918 France Anneux British Cemetery
Ashcroft John EX/5653 Marine Royal Marines 2 A.A. Regt. 29 11 October 1941 Serbia Belgrade War Cemetery Son of Alfred and Mary Ashcroft, of Blackpool, Lancashire; husband of Marion Ashcroft, of Blackpool.
Ashcroft Victor PLY/X 112790 Marine Royal Marines No. 47 R.M. Commando. Not known 28 October 1944 Belgium Brugge General Cemetery
Ashe Robert PLY/15633 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Defence. 23 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Elizabeth Ashe, of 1, New Buildings, New Lanark, Lanarkshire. Native of Randalstown, Co. Antrim.
Asher George Phipps PO/X 114925 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.L.C.S.(L) 256. 29 1 November 1944 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of George Thomas Phipps Asher and Florence Asher; husband of Jessie Asher, of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.
Ashman Charles Edward PO/15163 Sergeant Royal Marines 28 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Sergeant Ashman was killed at Gallipoli
Ashman David PO/2656 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 25 28 September 1918 France Sunken Road Cemetery, Boisleux-St. Marc Son of William and Kate Ashman; husband of Alice Elizabeth Pugh (formerly Ashman), of 41, Bertha Rd., Greet, Birmingham.
Ashman John Sinclair RMB/X698 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Charybdis 23 23 October 1943 France Dinard English Cemetery Son of Gordon Percy and Mary Ashman, of Leigh-on-Mendip, Somerset.
Ashman Paul PO/14955 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark. 26 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Richard and Emma Ashman, of Lawn Cottage, Tisbury, Wilts.
Ashton George PLY/X101938 Marine RM Group, MNBDO (2) 28 3 November 1943 Italy Syracuse War Cemetery, Sicily Son of Francis Duncan Hall Ashton and Harriet Ashton; husband of Irene Elizabeth Ashton, of Tadcaster, Yorkshire.
Ashton Harry EX/1288 Marine Royal Marines 23 29 May 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Harry and Elizabeth Ashton; husband of Constance Ashton, of Warrington, Lancashire.
Ashton James Lockhart PO/9947 Private Royal Marine Lights Infantry HMS 'Bayano' 34 11 March 1915 Northern Ireland Larne New Cemetery Ship torpedoed, died at sea
Ashton John Deal/4018(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div. 27 23 August 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial Son of Reuben and Mary Ann Ashton, of Victoria House, Victoria St., Westhoughton, Bolton, Lancs.
Ashton Tom PLY/11443 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/950). H.M.S. Goliath. Not known 13 May 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Ashwell Richard Thomas PO/X108180 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Phoenix 22 23 February 1943 Egypt Fayid War Cemetery Son of Richard Ashwell and of Jessie Ashwell, of Dalston, London.
Ashworth George PLY/12488 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/759). S.S. Tatarrax. Not known 10 August 1918 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Ashworth Harold Deal/3915(S) Private RM Medical Unit/RND 24 26 August 1918 France Bucquoy Communal Cemetery Extension Son of James H. and Elizabeth Ann Ashworth, of 4, Clegg St., Haslingden, Manchester.
Ashworth John Mark PLY/X 110603 Marine Royal Marines No. 44 R.M. Commando. 20 23 January 1945 Myanmar Taukkyan War Cemetery Son of John Mark and Edith Alice Ashworth, of Accrington, Lancashire.
Askew John Henry PO/11610 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Good Hope. Not known 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Askew Samuel PLY/X 105895 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Carlisle. 18 9 October 1943 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Askew, of Lowthorpe, Yorkshire.
Askew Wilfred Robert CH/2211(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 23 26 October 1917 Belgium Poelcapelle British Cemetery Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Askew, of 68, Lythalls Lane, Foleshill, Coventry.
Aslen John Frank Thomas CH/X 100633 Marine Royal Marines 11th Bn. 26 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Harriet Aslen.
Aslett Goerge Henry PLY/1662(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Orchard Dump Cemetery, Arleux-En-Gohelle
Aspey John Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 52 29 October 1883 United Kingdom No Place Field, Rn Hospital Ceme Inscription: Pensioner
Aspin Ernest PLY/18395 Marine Royal Marines 42 27 September 1940 Ireland, Republic of Chapel Strand Cemetery, Arranmore Island
Aspinall Frederick Stewart PO/12580 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Black Prince. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Aspinall Richard PO/350(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 21 17 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial Name inscribed on Memorial St. Thomas churchyard, Eighton Banks, Wrekenton, Tyne and Wear.
Astbury George Edward PO/14676 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 19 March 1915 Lost at sea Portsmouth Naval Memorial Inscription: ( refer entry 29 for Captain R. E. G. Burton in Officers database ) Also in memory of G. E. Astbury, Private, Royal Marine Light Infantry. His beloved servant who was at sea 19 March 1915
Astbury Herbert Thomas PLY/8778 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Laurentic 36 25 January 1917 Ireland, Republic of Upper Fahan (St. Mura'S) Church Of Ireland Churchyard Son of Joseph Astbury; husband of Florence Astbury, of 13, East St., Stonehouse, Plymouth.
Astle Reginald Harry PO/17356 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Invincible. 19 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Titus and Sarah Elizabeth Astle, of 8, Park Avenue, Long Eaton, Derbyshire.
Astley Thomas William PLY/16776 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 6 November 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Thomas William and Margaret Astley, of 26, Hoade St., Hindley, Wigan.
Aston Harry PO/2361 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 32 6 April 1918 France Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension No.1 Son of Alfred and Agnes Aston, of Crabbs Cross, Worcestershire.
Aston Roy Marine Royal Marines 58 24 February 1992 United Kingdom Milton Cemetery, Portsmouth
Aston William Henry RMA/5117 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 41 22 June 1917 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Highland Road) Cemetery
Atchison Stanley P01122853 Marine Royal Marines 19 6 April 1945 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Robert and Lilian Atchison, of Croxdale, Co. Durham.
Atherton David Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 32 27 October 1881 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Atherton Joseph PLY/X 103460 Corporal 46 Commando RM 23 23 August 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery KIA Pont L'Eveque
Atherton Kevin Peter PO32450B Marine Royal Marines CTCRM 26 6 November 1983 United Kingdom Exeter Higher Cemetery, Devon
Atherton Norman PO/X 4048 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 19 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Sydney and Ethel May Atherton, of Walton, Liverpool.
Atherton William Temperley Marine Royal Marines No. 46 R.M. Commando. 19 30 June 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery Son of Samuel and Lydia Dorothy Atherton, of Radcliffe, Lancashire.
Atherton (1) William Temperley PLY/X 111533 Marine 46 Commando RM 19 30 June 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery Inscription: Dearly loved and treasured - in Heaven's love abiding
Atherton (2) William Temperley PLY/X 111533 Marine 46 Commando RM 19 30 June 1944 France Ranville Military Cemetery, 3a G KIA Sallenelles
Atkin John Claude CH/7931 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Cressy. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Atkins Albert Edward Victor PLY/12(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div 18 12 August 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Joseph and Selina Atkins, of 29, Malcolm St., Derby.
Atkins Arthur Clare RMA/8852 Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Indefatigable. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Atkins James Gordon PLY/X 101755 Lance Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Henry. Not known 23 March 1945 France St. Germain-En-Laye New Communal Cemetery
Atkins Sidney Albert EX/2029 Marine Royal Marines 23 2 November 1941 Czech Republic Prague War Cemetery Son of Frank and Jane Atkins, of Baddesley Ensor' Warwickshire.
Atkins William Albert PO/20703 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 38 13 August 1938 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Atkinson Alfred William PLY/18693 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Laurentic. 19 25 January 1917 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Nellie Atkinson, of 55, Lincoln St., Leeholme, Coundon, Co. Durham, and the late Frederick Atkinson.
Atkinson Arthur P/X 100096 Marine Royal Marines Not known 23 November 1947 United Kingdom Preston (New Hall Lane) Cemetery
Atkinson Arthur Percy CH/9214 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 4th Reserve Bn. Not known 23 April 1918 United Kingdom Chatham (Maidstone Road) Cemetery
Atkinson Denis St. John Batty Lieutenant Royal Marines H.M.L.C.A. 557 Not known 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: Their name liveth for evermore
Atkinson George Alford PO/X 101744 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 20 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of George Alfred and Ada Louisa Atkinson, of Hull.
Atkinson George Henry PLY/16903 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial
Atkinson Jacob EX/3471 Sergeant Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. 27 25 January 1945 United Kingdom Rock (Ss. Philip And James) Churchyard Son of Mark and Eleanor Atkinson; husband of Evelyn Atkinson, of Beadnell.
Atkinson James Joshua Burns CH/23783 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Curacoa. 42 2 October 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Kate Atkinson, of South Shields, Co. Durham.
Atkinson John PO/20804 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak 39 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Robert John and Sarah Jane Atkinson; husband of Susannah Atkinson, of Eastney, Hampshire.
Atkinson John PO/2835(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 8 October 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial
Atkinson Thomas PO/16352 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bayano. 21 11 March 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Amelia Atkinson, of 15, Willow St., Diglis, Worcester.
Atkinson Walter Henry CH/18828 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 28 September 1914 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery
Atkinson Wilfred Deal/1690(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Div. Train, R.N. Div. 24 19 December 1917 United Kingdom Whickham (St. Mary) Churchyard Son of Thomas and Isabella Alice Atkinson, of 17, Park View, Whickham.
Attwood Arthur Charles RMA/8077 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery (RMR/IC/26). H.M.S. Good Hope. 34 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Husband of Kate Attwood, of 38, Waterside, King's Langley, Herts. Native of St. Albans.
Attwood Ernest Edward PLY/13578 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 23 April 1918 United Kingdom Dover (St. James'S) Cemetery Husband of C. D. Attwood, of 6, Church St., Oaksey, Swindon, Wilts.
Auchinleck James William PLY/X 2373 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Neptune. 24 19 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of James William and Margaret Jane Auckinleck; husband of Violet Zona Auchinleck, of Whitleigh, Devon.
Augarde Albert Edward RMB/1579 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Monmouth. 20 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Henry and Ada Augarde, of 134, Tachbrook St., Vauxhall Bridge Rd., London. Native of Pimlico, London.
Augustin Oliver Richard 30103050 Lieutenant 42 Commando RM Not known 27 May 2011 United Lingdom Not known Inscription: Afghanistan campaign named on CTCRM Memorial Wall
Ault Joseph William CH/21(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 49 2 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Lancashire Landing Cemetery Husband of Carrie Ault, of 4, St. Anne's Square, Sowerby Bridge, Yorks.
Aunger Robert Sergeant Royal Marines 79 8 August 1897 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Austen Walter Henry CH/18247 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 24 3 October 1918 France Mont Huon Military Cemetery, Le Treport Son of Mary Austen (now Waters) and the late Jesse Thomas Austen, of Canterbury.
Austin Arthur Frederick CH/15717 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Conquest 27 28 March 1916 United Kingdom Chatham (Maidstone Road) Cemetery Son of Frederick and Alice Austin, of Knebworth, Herts; husband of E. J. Austin, of 211, Dale St., Chatham.
Austin Arthur Sony PLY/X2946 Marine Royal Marines HMS Diomede 20 24 April 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery Son of Arthur Sidney and Elizabeth Austin, of Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.
Austin Charles Norton CH/16935 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 25 17 February 1917 France Queens Cemetery, Bucquoy Son of Norton E. G. and Charlotte Margaret Austin, of 2, Seymour Place, Wincheap, Canterbury.
Austin George Deal/11665(S) Private Royal Marine Labour Corps 46 1 September 1917 France Calais Southern Cemetery Son of George and Charlotte Austin, of Bacton, Stowmarket, Suffolk; husband of Mary Ann Miles Austin, of 770, Romford Road, Manor Park, Essex. Served 13 years as Gnr. in Royal Garrison Artillery, and in the South African Campaign.
Austin George PO/X 2678 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Aurora. 23 30 October 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of George William and Elizabeth Austin, of Clayton, Manchester.
Austin Thomas Deal/1160(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Division Engineers 18 3 October 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Authers Ernest CH/12305 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 41 26 November 1928 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth
Avant Peter John Henry PO/X 4689 Boy Bugler Royal Marines H.M.S. Fiji. 14 23 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Lily Ruth Avant, of Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire.
Averill George Edwin PO/X 122398 Marine Royal Marines 21 11 June 1945 United Kingdom Birmingham (Lodge Hill) Cemetery Inscription: Gone from our side but will live for ever in our memory, Mum and Dad
Averley Henry RMB/108 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Bulwark. Not known 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Husband of Georgina Averley, of Lakeview Lodge, Gilford Rd., Lurgan. Native of London.
Avery Albert Edward RMA/8078 Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery Howitzer Brigade Belgium 34 6 October 1917 United Kingdom Talana Farm Cemetery Inscription: Memorial Headstone
Avery George Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 65 3 April 1902 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Avis William CH/10913 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Pathfinder. 31 5 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Husband of Agnes Elizabeth Avis, of 8, Bush St., Chatham.
Awford George PLY/4421 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Div. 20 14 March 1889 United Kingdom No Place Field, Rn Hospital Ceme
Ayers Bertie Walter RMA/11442 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Defence. 30 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Ayres, of Portland, Dorset.
Ayers Francis Stanford PLY/22580 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 33 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Francis Hubert and Elizabeth Ayers, of Newport, Monmouthshire.
Aylan-Parker Edward Mears Lieutenant Royal Marines H.M.S. Sea Serpent 27 21 July 1944 Lost at sea Portsmouth Naval Memorial Itchenor Society Memorial Seat in memory of 601 LCM Flotilla lost in English Channel, including Sub Lieutenant Colin J. Backhouse RN and Stoker T. A. Race RN
Aylieff Arthur Edward PO/8957 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 3 June 1915 Egypt Alexandria (Chatby) Military And War Memorial Cemetery
Ayling Alfred John PO/16623 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Black Prince. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Emily Rossitter, of 53, Tower St., Chichester.
Aylward Albert RMA/3358 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 51 8 March 1919 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Highland Road) Cemetery Husband of Sarah Jane Aylward, of 70, Methuen Rd., Eastney, Portsmouth.
Aylward Thomas Valentine RMB/1430 Musician Royal Marine Artillery 20 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Name inscribed on Parish War Memorial, St. Andrew's Church, Havant Road, Farlington, Hampshire. Inscription: HMS Monmouth
Ayre Norman Guthrie PO/275(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 21 23 August 1916 France Tranchee De Mecknes Cemetery, Aix-Noulette Son of Richard and Isabella Ayre, of 46, Dalton St., Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Ayres Frederick PO/S/336 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 19 24 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. John William Ayres, of Syresham, Brackley, Northants.
Ayres James Frederick PO/18488 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. St. Vincent. 21 31 January 1919 United Kingdom Shaw (St. Mary) Churchyard Son of Kate Ayres, of 6, Aldwych Cottages, Donnington, Newbury, and the late James Ayres.
Ayton Albert James CH/X 101196 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Cornwall. 27 2 October 1941 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William James and Florence Isobel Ayton; husband of Muriel Edith Evelyn Ayton, of Brentwood, Essex.
Babb (1) Ronald Benjamin PO/X5056 Corporal 41 Ind. Commando RM 27 7 October 1950 Korea Not known Killed serving in Korea 1950 - 1953. Name listed on Commonwealth War Memorial, Pusan, South Korea
Babb (2) Ronald Benjamin PO/X5056 Corporal 41 Ind. Commando RM 27 7 October 1950 Korea Not known 41 Independent Commando Memorial Plaque Bickleigh Parish Church, Devon
Back Percy George Edward PLY/X 21505 Marine Royal Marines HMS Prince of Wales 38 25 October 1943 Thailand Chungkai War Cemetery RM Detachment. Inscription: In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me.
Backhouse Anthony Paul EX/1749 Marine Royal Marines 1 A.A. Regt. 25 16 May 1943 India Kirkee War Cemetery Husband of Gertrude Olive Backhouse, of Rockwell Green, Somerset.
Backhouse George Ernest Percy RMA/7532 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Lion. 36 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Rosetta, Backhouse, of London.
Bacon Mertrom CH/14951 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Clan McNaughton. Not known 3 February 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bacon Robert Charles CH/12103 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 32 17 February 1917 France Queens Cemetery, Bucquoy Husband of Florence Elizabeth Bacon, of 21, Derbyshire St., Bethnal Green, London.
Bacon (1) Edward PO/X 19230 Corporal Royal Marines Not known 26 July 1929 Greece Volos Cemetery Wreath laying ceremony for those who died in the explosion on board HMS 'Devonshire'
Bacon (2) Edward PO/X 19230 Corporal Royal Marines Not known 29 July 1929 Greece Volos Cemetery Result of explosion in X gun turret. Photo of memorial ceremony 2004 by Barry Spooner Royal Marine Artillery Windsor.
Badger Edgar CH/2324(S) Private RMLI/RN Division Not known 2 September 1918 France Moeuvres Communal Cemetery Extension
Badger William Not known Private 2nd Battalion RM Not known 1873 Japan Yokohama Foreigners Cemetery Gravestones of Royal Marine Ranks removed from their burial site after an earthquake
Bagnall Arthur PLY/413(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 24 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of the late Samuel and Ellen Bagnall, of 72A, Goldenhill Rd., Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent.
Bagnall Joshua PLY/X 1210 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Dorsetshire. 27 5 April 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Bagnall Leslie James RMA/13055 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Defence. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bagnall, of Stafford.
Bagwell Donovan PLY/X 541 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Dorsetshire. Not known 5 April 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Bagwell Oliver EX/507 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Fleetwood. 21 30 April 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Robert Henry and Anne Rosina Bagwell, of Sidmouth, Devon.
Bailey Albert PLY/3942 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 37 10 January 1906 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth No headstone.
Bailey Albert RMB/X/161 Musician Royal Marine Band 33 11 May 1946 United Kingdom Maidenhead (All Saints) Cemetery Son of James and Elizabeth Bailey; husband of Phyllis Daisy Bailey, of Fratton, Portsmouth.
Bailey Albert Charles PO/17189 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bayano. 19 11 March 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William John and Emily Bailey, of Clapton, Portishead, Bristol.
Bailey Arthur John CH/11767 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Pembroke Not known 3 December 1920 United Kingdom Lamberhurst (St. Mary) Churchyard
Bailey Charles Thomas PO/X 112330 Marine Royal Marines 37 3 February 1947 United Kingdom Croydon (Mitcham Road) Cemetery Son of Charles Thomas Bailey and Caroline Bailey, of Thornton Heath; husband of Louise Bailey, of Thornton Heath.
Bailey Dennis Albert PLY/172(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 20 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial
Bailey Frederick William PO/18832 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood 39 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Frederick and Maud Mary Bailey; husband of Vera Bailey.
Bailey George RMA/5164 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery,HMS King Edward VII 41 10 June 1913 Malta Kalkara Naval Cemetery
Bailey Harold Anthony Deal/3168(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div. 32 22 August 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Anthony and Eliza Bailey, of Tibshelf, Alfreton; husband of Thirza Gresham Bailey, of New St., Morton, Alfreton, Derbyshire.
Bailey Jack PO/X 103464 Corporal 46 Commando RM 29 20 June 1944 France Hermanville War Cemetery KIA Sallenelles
Bailey John Claydon PLY/X 1795 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 23 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Lewis Edward Bailey, and of Florence Bailey, of Hucknall, Nottinghamshire.
Bailey John Henry PLY/16868 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div 18 25 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles Son of Mrs. Susannah Bailey, of 41, Hawthorn St., Meadows, Nottingham.
Bailey John Henry ( Jack ) PLY/12237 Quarter Master Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 54 13 February 1938 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Bailey John Thomas PO/9305 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/PO/B/1015). H.M.S. Queen Mary. 36 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Husband of Beatrice Bailey, of 15, Henry St., Leicester.
Bailey Leslie Thomas PLY/X3950 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Implacable. 23 11 March 1946 Australia Albury War Cemetery Son of John and Mabel Bailey, of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England.
Bailey Percy George Henry PO/16918 & PO/21410 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 72 August 1966 United Kingdom Milton Cemetery, Portsmouth
Bailey Rodger Donald PLY/X 1660 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 21 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Joshua William and Ada Selina Bailey, of Walsall, Staffordshire.
Bailey Royal Hubert Silas Second Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry (North Somerset Yeomanry) 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 30 5 January 1918 France Thiepval Memorial Husband of Ethel Bailey, of 28, St. Michael's Park, Bristol. Served with Umvoti Mounted Rifles in German South West Africa.
Bailey Thomas Colour Segeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 37 11 October 1894 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Bailey Tom CH/X 3058 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Penelope. 21 18 February 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Herbert and Eleanor Bailey, of North Kensington, London.
Bailey William RMA/5560 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery (RMRIB/576). H.M.S. Aboukir. 41 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Charles Bailey, of Highcliffe, Bournemouth; husband of Eva Jessie Wilkins (formerly Bailey), of Christmas Cottage, Nutbourne, Emsworth, Hants.
Bailey William Alfred CH/490 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 21 14 November 1916 France Puchevillers British Cemetery Son of Joseph and Mary Ann Bailey, of Drumdrinagh, Rathfriland, Co. Down.
Baillie Archibald CH/X110260 Marine 43 Commando RM 21 28 September 1944 Yugoslavia Belgrade War Cemetery Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Baillie, of Galston, Ayrshire.
Bain Alexander George PO/7542 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS 'Bayano' 47 11 March 1915 Ireland Ballyphilip Church Of Ireland Churchyard Ship torpedoed, died at sea
Bain James Sidney PLY/X746 Sergeant Major Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando. 32 9 October 1944 Albania Tirana Park Memorial Cemetery Son of David D. and Clara Bain; husband of Phyllis May Florence Bain, of Plymouth, Devon.
Bainbridge Cyril PLY/X 103334 Marine 47 Commando RM 23 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: To the world he was but one - but to us he was all the world
Baines Harold PLY/X 1887 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Gloucester. 21 22 May 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Richard Baines, and of Beatrice Baines, of Haulgh, Lancashire.
Baines James Henry CH/13466 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vanguard. 32 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial (Served as BAYNES). Son of James Henry and Georgina Cordelia Catlin Townsend Baines (nee Thompson), of 30, Hindrey Place, Clarence Road, Hackney, London, and the late James Henry Baines. His brother George Joseph also fell.
Baines John William PO/11480 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Duncan 21 10 June 1904 Malta Kalkara Cemetery Killed on board HMS 'Duncan' Inscription: Erected by his comrades as a token of respect. Do not ask if we miss him now, there is still a vacant place, shall we ere forget his footsteps, or his familiar face
Baines Thomas Frederick PLY/X 2702 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Dorsetshire. 20 5 April 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Richard Baines, and of Beatrice Baines, of Haulgh, Lancashire.
Baird George Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 24 15 September 1901 Not Known Not Known Hong Kong Police Force
Baird James CH/12258 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Div 40 3 February 1921 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent Son of John and Elizabeth Baird, of 634, Cathcart Rd., Glasgow.
Baird William Irving RMA/13010 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery S.S. Odessa. 23 20 April 1918 France Tourlaville Communal Cemetery And Extension Son of James and Mary Baird, of 140, Everton Rd., Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester.
Baker Albert William PLY/1162(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 15 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial Son of Mrs. Rebecca Jones, of 106, Level St., Brierley Hill, Staffs.
Baker Alfred William RMA/3289(S) Private Royal Marine Artillery 45 18 July 1918 United Kingdom Teddington Cemetery Husband of Mabel (May) Baker, of 28, Bushey Park Rd., Teddington. Born at Teddington.
Baker Arthur PO/3205(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 45 3 October 1918 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of John Thomas and Mary Ann Baker, of Weymouth; husband of Mary Jane Baker, of 18, Straits, Easton, Portland, Dorset.
Baker Basil RM 10749 Marine Royal Marine Light Infantry 74 5 November 1989 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth
Baker Charles Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 24 March 1878 Not known Lost At Sea HMS 'Eurydice' sank off Luccombe Chine, Isle of Wight on 24 March, 1878, with loss of all her crew except 2 men
Baker Cyril Edward RM.7011 Pensioner Royal Marines 33 20 March 1963 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Baker Denis Arthur Albert PO/X 121504 Marine Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. Not known 6 April 1945 Germany Hanover War Cemetery
Baker Edward PO/1627(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 36 25 August 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial Son of the late George and Anne Baker, of Stratford-on-Avon.
Baker Frederick CH/X 114435 Marine Royal Marines 21 13 September 1946 United Kingdom Fleetwood Borough Cemetery Son of Benjamin and Gertrude Baker, of Fleetwood.
Baker Frederick George PO/18006 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hampshire. Not known 5 June 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Baker Frederick George CH/21545 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 20 14 February 1920 United Kingdom Barking (Rippleside) Cemetery Son of Alice Louisa Baker of Barking, Essex and the late Alfred Nelson Baker.
Baker George Arthur PLY/4093 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/A/767). H.M.S. Majestic. 45 27 May 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Henry and Lousia Baker, of Stepney, London.
Baker Jack RMA/14289 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 10 September 1918 Sierra Leone Freetown (King Tom) Cemetery Inscription: HMS 'Britannia'
Baker Jasper Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry 87 21 January 1964 United Kingdom Torquay Cemetery, Hele Road, Dev Section LX, Grave 19, Row 3
Baker Leonard PO/X101944 Lance Corporal Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. 26 6 June 1944 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Adopted son of William and Lavina Daffern; husband of Lilian Baker, of Bedworth, Warwickshire.
Baker Paul Albert Thomas RM17002 Bugler 45 Commando RM 18 20 November 1961 Aden Maala Cemetery Inscription: In loving memory
Baker Philip Thomas Arthur CH/16416 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Lion. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of James Oliver Baker and Alice Baker, of Chatham.
Baker Reginald Thomas PLY/2195(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 2 September 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial Son of Mr. T. E. Baker and Sarah Baker, of 42, Clifton Wood Crescent, Clifton Wood, Bristol.
Baker Reginald Walter PLY/17625 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 19 17 November 1916 France Puchevillers British Cemetery
Baker Richard John PO/X 4815 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 19 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Baker, of Cove, Hampshire.
Baker Tom RMA/6544 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Superb. Not known 22 March 1917 United Kingdom Higham Green (St. Stephen) Churchyard Husband of L. E. Baker, of Rose Cottage, Higham.
Baker William PO/12745 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Queen Mary. 31 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Husband of May Frances Baker, of 12, Trafalgar Square, Forton, Gosport.
Baker William PO/17360 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.Q. (Portsmouth) 20 21 October 1915 United Kingdom Tring Cemetery Son of Herbert H. Baker, of 46, Wingrave Rd., New Mill, Tring.
Baker William Alfred CH/18143 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Laurentic Not known 25 January 1917 Ireland, Republic of Upper Fahan (St. Mura'S) Church Of Ireland Churchyard
Baker William Dixon PO/589 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div. 23 3 May 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of John Baker, of Scotland Gate, Choppington, Northumberland, and the late Ann Isabel Baker.
Baker William Henry PLY/20808 Marine Royal Marines 24 28 June 1929 New Zealand Waikumete Cemetery, Auckland HMS 'Dunedin'
Baker William Thomas PO/18278 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vanguard. 20 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of T. and M. Baker, of 40, Kitchener St., Winson Green, Birmingham.
Baker (1) Arthur RMA/4446 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli The monument was removed from its original site near Portsmouth City Guildhall in 1903.
Baker (2) Arthur RMA/4446 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli Plaque formerly in St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea
Balchin Frederick Arthur PO/X 109410 Marine Royal Marines 40 19 November 1941 United Kingdom Wonersh (St. John The Baptist) Church Cemetery Son of James and Dorcas Balchin; husband of Ivy E. Balchin, of Kirkcaldy, Fife.
Balcombe Archer William CH/15620 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Calliope. 29 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Cross of St. George 4th Cl. (Russia). Husband of Dora Balcombe, of 98, Hythe St., Dartford, Kent.
Balding Albert PLY/X 1845 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glarious. 21 9 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of James and Kate Balding, of Blakeney, Norfolk.
Baldock Royce Edward Leonard CH/X 110848 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Queen Emma. Not known 17 July 1943 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Leonard Christopher and Ivy Baldock, of Smallford, Hertfordshire.
Baldry George John CH/21451 Marine Royal Marines 42 20 October 1942 United Kingdom Cambridge City Cemetery Son of Bertram and Emily Martha Baldry; husband of Ellen Mary Baldry, of Cambridge.
Baldwin Alfred Barnett PLY/4690 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/A/880). Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div. 43 4 March 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Alfred and Julia Baldwin, of Southsea, Portsmouth; husband of Alice Baldwin, of 2, Walkham Terrace, Horrabridge, Devon.
Baldwin Ernest PO/15415 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 22 30 March 1912 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Baldwin John PLY/16332 Private RMLI/RN Division 21 15 November 1916 France Hamel Military Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel
Baldwin Norman, Victor CH/18558 Private RMLI/RN Division 21 12 April 1918 France Varennes Military Cemetery Son of F. W. Baldwin, of 54, St. Aubyn St., Devonport.
Baldwin William Joseph CH/17259 Lance Corporal RMLI/RN Division 22 16 February 1917 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of Frank and Margaret Baldwin, of 3, St. George's Terrace, Reading. Served on H.M.S. "Implacable" 1914-16.
Baldwin (1) David RM 7784 Sergeant 45 Commando RM 30 13 July 1958 Cyprus British Cemetery Nicosia Inscription: Till day breaks and the shadows flee away
Baldwin (2) David RM 7784 Sergeant 45 Commando RM 30 13 July 1958 Cyprus Wayne'S Keep Cemetery Wayne's Keep Cemetery where most British service personnel are buried is located in the UN Buffer Zone. Sergeant Baldwin's name is listed on the British Cyprus Memorial which is located in the Turkish Sector.
Ball Albert PO/X 4039 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. Not known 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Joseph C. and Annie Lillie Ball, of Kidderminster, Worcestershire.
Ball Arthur RMA/609 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 63 3 February 1920 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Ball Charles PO/X 103724 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.(1) 19 5 July 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Alfred Charles and Rosina Ball, of Dundry, Somerset.
Ball Codrington RMB/X 757 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Galatea 21 15 December 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Codrington Ball and Violet Irene Ball; husband of Kathleen Jeanie Ball.
Ball Daniel RME/5670(S) Private Royal Marine Engineers Not known 20 December 1918 United Kingdom Standish (St. Wilfrid) Churchyard
Ball Denis Ronald PLY/X 2041 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Tamar. 23 16 October 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Arthur and Violet Ball, of Barlestone, Leicestershire.
Ball James PLY/11659 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hawke. 28 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of the late William and Sarah Ball, of Warrington, Lancs; husband of Margaret Ellen Ball, of 90, Middle St., Deal, Kent.
Ball John PLY/788(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 16 August 1915 Egypt Port Said War Memorial Cemetery
Ball Leslie RM10697 Sergeant Royal Marines 70 6 March 2001 United Kingdom St John In The Wilderness Church
Ball Lionel John PLY/X 107437 Marine Royal Marines 18 8 September 1942 United Kingdom Chilwell Cemetery Marine Ball was serving with Plymouth Division when he died.
Ball Michael Francis Patrick (Mick) PO37005U Musician RM Band Service Deal 24 22 September 1989 United Kingdom Northwood Cemetery,Middlesex Died in IRA bombing of RM School of Music, Deal
Ball Richard Gregson PLY/X3682 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Exeter. Not known 22 March 1945 Indonesia Ambon War Cemetery
Ball Robert Michael CH/X 111845 Marine Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 19 10 September 1943 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Edith Maud Waldock, of Hail Weston, Huntingdonshire.
Ball Thomas PO/93 (S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 2 May 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Ballance Robert PO/605(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 26 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of John Ballance, of 2, South View, Clara Vale, Ryton-on-Tyne, Co. Durham.
Ballantyne Allan Grant Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 74 7 April 1883 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Ballantyne George PO/X114916 Lance Corporal Royal Marines No. 43 R.M. Commando. 24 31 January 1945 Myanmar Taukkyan War Cemetery Son of James and Elizabeth Ballantyne; husband of Annie McNeil Fotheringham Ballantyne, of Bo'ness, West Lothian.
Ballard Laurence Charles PO/18542 Private RMLI/RN Division 19 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of William and Annie Ballard; husband of Grace M. Ballard, of 3, Albion Yard, Millgate, Wigan.
Ballard Stephen Alexis N029085G Major HQ 3 Commando Brigade RM 33 31 March 2003 United Kingdom Not known Park Road, Cemetery, Aldershot Inscription: Afghanistan campaign named on CTCRM Memorial Wall
Ballard William Charles RMA/8600 Sergeant Gunnery Instructor Royal Marine Artillery 33 21 September 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Highland Road) Cemetery
Ballet (1) Frederick William RMA/4027 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli The monument was removed from its original site near Portsmouth City Guildhall in 1903.
Ballet (2) Frederick William RMA/4027 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli Plaque formerly in St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea
Balls Harold Edgar Captain Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak. 37 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Balls; husband of Frances Penelope Balls.
Balls Walter James RMB/1849 Musician Royal Marine Band R.M. Band. H.M.S. Monmouth. 18 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Balls, of 290, Parchmore Rd., Thornton Heath, Croydon. Of South Streatham, London.
Balman Peter John CH/12844 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RFR/A/508) H.M.S. Pembroke Not known 9 May 1916 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent
Bambrey Samuel PLY/3790 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 33 26 December 1900 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Bamfield William John PLY/6242 Quartermaster Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/PLY/1083) Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div 41 26 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Son of William and Elizabeth Bamfield; husband of Alice J. Bamfield, of West End, Wedmore, Cheddar, Somerset. Awarded China Medal (1900).
Bamford John Colour Sergeant Royal Marines Artillery 92 15 March 1927 United Kingdom Bideford Churchyard, East The Wa
Bamford Samuel Thomas RMA/1258(S) Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Howitzer Bde 21 9 September 1917 Belgium Gwalia Cemetery Son of Elizabeth Annie Cotton (formerly Bamford) of the Post Office, Lavendon, Olney, Bucks, and the late James Bamford.
Bamford VC DSO Edward Charles Major Royal Marine Light Infantry 41 30 September 1928 Shanghai Bubbling Well Road Cemetery Died aboard HMS Cumberland, buried Bubbling Well Road Cemetery, Shanghai. Cemetery destroyed under the Cultural Revolution. DSO awarded at Jutland, VC at Zeebrugge.
Bampton Arthur PO/8554 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Patrol 30 10 April 1907 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Bance Sidney Albert X/68 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Exeter Not known 12 February 1945 Indonesia Ambon War Cemetery Son of James Sidney Albert and Ada Elizabeth Bance; husband of Nora May Bance, of Hardway, Hampshire.
Bancroft Alfred RMA/4357 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli The monument was removed from its original site near Portsmouth City Guildhall in 1903.
Banfield Albert PO/11098 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 36 22 October 1918 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery
Banford Charles PLY/17001 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 21 11 December 1915 United Kingdom Belfast City Cemetery Husband of Maud Banford, of 18, Excise St., Belfast.
Bangay Lionel Arthur PO/X112046 Marine Royal Marines No. 42 R.M. Commando 21 26 January 1945 Myanmar Taukkyan War Cemetery Son of Percy Arthur Samuel Bangay, and of May Lucy Eleanor Bangay, of Cricklewood, Middlesex.
Banks Farris Charles Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 38 31 December 1909 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Banks Harry PLY/17898 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Defence. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Banks William CH/18934 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Clan McNaughton. Not known 3 February 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Banner Alexander PO/X112271 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O. V. Not known 18 March 1943 United Kingdom Glasgow (Cardonald) Cemetery Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Banner, of Glasgow.
Banthorp Gordon James PLY/X 100024 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Exeter. 19 1 March 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Sidney Arthur William and Lily May Banthorp, of Bredfield, Suffolk.
Banton Thomas George CH/17969 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. 20 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Joshua and Elizabeth Banton, of 58, Mynors St., Stafford.
Barber Alexander Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery 66 14 April 1908 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Barber Alphonso RMA/13163 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Queen Mary. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Barber Charles Ashton Lieutenant RMLI/RN Division 24 21 August 1918 France Achiet Le Grand Cemetery, Somme
Barber Cyril Frederick Major Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Goliath. 39 13 May 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Edward Barber (Archdeacon of Chester) and Edith S. Barber, of 4, Haroldene, Manor Rd., Babbacombe, Torquay.
Barber George Frederick PO/899(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div 29 27 November 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles Son of George Barber, of 50, Green Rd., Meanwood, Leeds.
Barber John RMB/770 Bandmaster 2nd Class Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Monmouth. 26 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Charles Barber; husband of Ethel Chandler (formerly Barber), of 5, South St., King's Rd., Southsea, Portsmouth.
Barber John PLY/10429 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Indefatigable. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Barber Joseph Henry PLY/X 109085 Corporal Royal Marine 601 LCM Flotilla 21 21 July 1944 Lost at sea Plymouth Naval Memorial Itchenor Society Memorial Seat in memory of 601 LCM Flotilla lost in English Channel, including Sub Lt. Colin J. Backhouse RN and Stoker T. A. Race RN
Barber Kenneth Albert PO/X 4997 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham 18 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Albert Edward and Violet Maud Barber, of Ashford, Kent.
Barber Leslie Morris EX/514 Marine Royal Marines 2nd R.M. A.A. Regt. 24 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Frank and Edith Harriett Barber; husband of Stella Mary Barber, of Hove, Sussex.
Barber Leslie Steel CH/X 115943 Marine Royal Marines Not known 26 June 1947 Germany Hamburg Cemetery Marine Barber was a member of the RM contingent based at HMS Royal Albert, BAOR shore establishment, Germany.
Barber Sidney Frank CH/X 100195 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Curacoa. 22 2 October 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Frank and Florence Barber; husband of Elizabeth Barber, of Bolton, Lancashire.
Barber (1) Joseph Edward PLY/X 15639 Corporal Royal Marines Not known 26 July 1929 Greece Volos Wreath laying ceremony for those who died in the explosion on board HMS 'Devonshire'
Barber (2) Joseph Edward PLY/X 15639 Corporal Royal Marines Not known 29 July 1929 Greece Volos Result of explosion in X gun turret. Photo of memorial ceremony 2004 by Barry Spooner Royal Marine Artillery Windsor.
Barclay David Lovat Major Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 24 6 June 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Clifford and Rosamund Barclay; husband of Daphne Joan Barclay, of East Croydon, Surrey.
Barclay John Alexander Lieutenant Royal Marines H.M.L.C.F. 42 27 30 June 1944 France Hermanville War Cemetery Son of John and Annie Barclay; husband of Joan R. M. Barclay, of Wandsworth Common, London.
Bardwell Frederick William CH/17540 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 16 July 1916 France Tranchee De Mecknes Cemetery, Aix-Noulette
Bareham MC Archibald George Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 38 8 October 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial Husband of Louisa Marion Bareham, of 86a, Lawrence Rd., Southsea, Hants.
Barfoot Alfred Bert PO/X 14384 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry, 2nd Battalion 29 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Memorial to Officers and Men of Southwick and Boarhunt who died in two world wars, located in 'St. James without the Priory Gate', Southwick Church, Hampshire. Sergeant Barfoot's name is also inscribed on the Arras War Memorial.
Barfoot Edwin Albert PO/14966 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Queen Mary. 26 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of the late Edward and Emma Barfoot, of Bishop's Waltham, Hants.
Barham Gerald Joshua RMB/119 Bandmaster 1st Class Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Indefatigable. 28 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Husband of Elizabeth R. Barham, of 8, Catisfield Rd., Milton, Portsmouth. Native of Winchester.
Barker Albert Edward PO/X 4491 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham 19 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Richard and Louie Barker, of Trent Vale, Stoke-on-Trent.
Barker Albert William RMA/13479 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Invincible. 20 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Joseph and Alice Elizabeth Barker, of 82, Loveridge Rd., Brondesbury, London.
Barker Alfred William Newell CH/19498 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry S.S. Serula. 19 16 September 1918 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Alfred and Ellen Barker, of 7, Kingston Rd., Wimbledon, London.
Barker George Edward CH/15249 Marine Royal Marines 54 1 April 1944 United Kingdom Chatham (Palmerston Road) Cemetery Son of Alfred and Mary Ann Barker; husband of Florence Barker, of Chatham.
Barker Godfrey Major Royal Naval Division, Drake Battalion 32 29 April 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Twelve Tree Corpse Cemetery Major Barker-Drake was killed at Gallipoli
Barker Henry Edward EX/5150 Corporal Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O. 23 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of George William Ernest and Annie Barker, of Winton, Hampshire.
Barker Sidney William Barrat CH/11035 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry R.N. Div. 36 28 October 1914 United Kingdom Willesden New Cemetery Husband of Winifred Barker, of 31, Temple Rd., Cricklewood, London.
Barker Walter PO/1000(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 21 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel
Barker (1) Sydney William CH/X 11035 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 36 28 October 1914 United Kingdom Willesden Cemetery, North West L ( R. N. Division ) Plot P 590
Barker (2) Sydney William CH/X 11035 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 36 28 October 1914 United Kingdom Willesden Cemetery, North West L Inscription: In memory of my dear husband Sydney William Barker Royal Marine Light Infantry, died October 28th 1914, aged 36.
Barley Hubert RME/3152(S) Private Royal Marine Engineers 32 6 February 1919 United Kingdom Bromsgrove Cemetery Husband of F. E. Barley, of Crabmill Cottages, Bromsgrove.
Barlow Charles Henry PO/677(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Barlow Fred PO/S/345(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 19 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Zipporah Barlow, of 2, Council Houses, Blidworth, Mansfield, and the late Samuel Barlow.
Barlow George PO/16298 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark. Not known 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Barlow William Sidney PLY/X 101070 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Neptune. 26 19 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Barnadier James CH/14072 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/CH/B/1768). H.M.S. Cressy. 29 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Mrs. Jane Barnadier, of 51, Ellesmere Rd., Bow, London.
Barnes Ardley General Royal Marine Light Infantry 73 16 February 1910 United Kingdom St Marks Churchyard, Alverstoke,
Barnes Bertram William CH/19660 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vanguard. 18 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Ellen Barnes, of 73, Cleveland Rd., Surbiton. Native of Battersea, London.
Barnes Charles CH/1726(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Barnes Ernest Deal/3888 (S) Private Royal Marines Medical Unit RN Division 25 24 April 1917 France Ste. Catherine British Cemetery Son of John and Jane Barnes, of Haslingden, Lancs.
Barnes Ernest John RMA/4195 Warrant Officer Class II Royal Marine Artillery 63 25 April 1940 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Barnes Frank R PLY/3792 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 34 21 January 1900 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Barnes George PLY/16858 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 18 17 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial Son of Mrs. S. A. Barnes, of 27, Mary St., Ashton Gate, Bedminster, Bristol.
Barnes Harry PLY/758(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 20 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of Thomas and Catherine Barnes, of 18, Ashworth St., Radcliffe, Manchester.
Barnes Harry PO/X 102483 (T) Lance Corporal Royal Marines 37 15 October 1942 United Kingdom Manchester Southern Cemetery Son of John and Emma Barnes, of Manchester; husband of Violet Barnes, of Longsight, Manchester.
Barnes Henry Deal/3832(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div. Not known 30 December 1917 France Fifteen Ravine British Cemetery, Villers-Plouich
Barnes Henry PO/19273 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 23 April 1918 United Kingdom Marksbury (St. Peter) Churchyard
Barnes Jack Clixby Lieutenant Royal Marines Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 11 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Barnes John PO/X 117497 Marine Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 21 7 November 1944 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery Son of William and Catherine Barnes, of Reddish, Lancashire.
Barnes John Thomas Deal/1945(S) Private Royal Marine Labour Corps Not known 8 April 1919 France Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille Husband of Eda Barnes, of 82, Hindle St., Darwen, Lancs.
Barnes John William CH/7252 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/967). H.M.S. Cressy. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Barnes Ronald Henry Marine Royal Marines 71 7 July 1998 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Barnes Ronald Lewis RMB/X 461 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Hermes Not known 9 April 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Barnes Thomas Henry James PLY/X 1073 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 25 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry James Barnes; husband of Beatrice Barnes, of Hereford.
Barnes William Henry PO/8731 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry,HMS Powerful 21 25 November 1899 Inscribed on South African War Memorial, Victoria Park, Portsmouth, Hampshire.
Barnes (1) Charles Ernest PO/X4003 Sergeant 41 Ind. Commando RM Not known 30 August 1951 North Korea Yodo Island Off Wonsan, N Korea Killed serving in Korea 1950 - 1953. Name listed on Commonwealth War Memorial, Pusan, South Korea
Barnes (2) Charles Ernest PO/X4003 Sergeant 41 Ind. Commando RM Not known 30 August 1951 North Korea Yodo Island Off Wonsan, Korea 41 Independent Commando Memorial Plaque Bickleigh Parish Church, Devon
Barnes (3) Charles Ernest PO/X4003 Sergeant Royal Marines 30 August 1951 North Korea Yodo Island Marked by wooden cross made by crew member US warship
Barnett Alfred PLY/15546 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Cumberland. 24 3 October 1918 United Kingdom Swerford (St. Mary) Churchyard Son of Robert and Emma Barnett, of Chapel Hill, Swerford. Served at the Dardanelles and in Mesopotamia.
Barnett Charles Edward PO/X 112606 Marine Royal Marines Not known 6 May 1945 Germany Hamburg Cemetery
Barnett John Thomas PO/152 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 23 13 November 1916 France Y Ravine Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Royal Naval Division. Known to be buried in this cemetery. Y Ravine Cemetery, Beaumont Hamel, France. Inscription: Their glory shall not be blotted out.
Barnett (1) Terence William RM 9203 Marine 45 Commando RM 19 12 November 1950 Malaya Batu Banjah Cemetery Inscription: Beloved son of Sarah and brother Brian Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God
Barnett (2) Terence William RM 9203 Marine 45 Commando RM 19 12 November 1950 Malaya Batu Banjah Cemetery Inscription: Beloved son of Sarah and brother Brian Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God
Barnfield Harry CH/2159(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Poelcapelle British Cemetery
Barnsby James William PO/2208(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial
Barr Harry Wilfred RME/10463 Marine Royal Marines 21 27 April 1941 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of Harry Wilfred and Alice Maud Barr, of Tooting, Surrey.
Barr Leslie PO/X112286 Marine 3 Royal Marine H.A.A Regt Not known 23 July 1943 Italy Syracuse War Cemetery, Sicily
Barr Norman PLY/X104580 Marine Royal Marines 23 20 May 1946 United Kingdom Newton Abbot Cemetery Gen Section B, Grave 183
Barr Thomas Henry CH/11508 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Cressy. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Barrell Alfred James RMB/608 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Bulwark. (Late of Whale Island) 37 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Son of James and Alice Barrell, of Portsmouth; husband of Lottie Barrell, of 17, Clive Rd., Fratton, Portsmouth.
Barrett Charles Reginald CH/19075 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. India. 17 8 August 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Adopted son of Robert and Hebe Page, of 119, Eardley Rd., Streatham, London. Born at Wells, Norfolk.
Barrett Cyril Edward RMB/2928 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Cornwall Not known 5 April 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Barrett Ernest George PO/18408 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry R.M. Depot (Deal), 16 10 February 1915 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery Son of John and Annie Barrett, of the Post Office, Greatworth, Banbury, Oxon.
Barrett Frank William George RME/11750 Marine Royal Marine Engineers Not known 20 August 1942 United Kingdom Camberwell New Cemetery Son of George and Florence Barrett husband of Beatrice Barrett, of Brixton.
Barrett Gordon Robert CH/24743 Marine Royal Marines M.V. Siamese Prince. Not known 17 February 1941 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Barrett Henry Wilmot CH/19677 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Otranto. 21 6 October 1918 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William and Annie Barrett, of 47, Dickinson St., Kentish Town, London.
Barrett John William CH/14113 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Deal Bn. R.N. Div 31 26 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Walter Barrett.
Barrett Joseph CH/8954 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Cressy. 33 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Adopted son of Robert Brown, of 53, Outram Terrace, Magpie Rd., Luton, Chatham.
Barrett Richard William CH/13967 Corporal RMLI/RN Division 28 15 November 1916 France Varennes Military Cemetery Son of Fanny Barrett of 2 Coltenham Terrace, Upper Holloway, London ; husband of Daisy Barrett, of 87, Grove Rd., Holloway, London.
Barrett William PLY/16097 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Goliath. Not known 13 May 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Barrett-Lennard Wilfred PO/2513(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 32 27 September 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial Son of Hardinge Barrett-Lennard and Clara West, his wife, of "Les Fertais," Marcille-Raoul, Ile- et- Vilaine, France.
Barringer William Henry PO/X 4223 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 19 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Harry Albert and Catherine Adeline Mary Barringer, of Loughton, Essex.
Barrington William Henry PLY/X 109107 Marine Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando. 32 9 October 1943 Italy Bari War Cemetery Husband of Winifred Elizabeth Barrington, of Wellington, Somerset.
Barritt Robert Simon PO/7048 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Good Hope. 38 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Husband of the late Ellen Barritt.
Barrow David William Deal/3164(S) Corporal Royal Marines 2nd Bn. R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div. 28 6 November 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Alfred and Ann Harper Barrow, of 62, Stocks Lane, Stalybridge, Cheshire.
Barrow John Henry Dillan CH/X 1827 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Curacoa. 22 2 October 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of John and Esther Barrow.
Barry John Edwin CH/352(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 188th Bde. M.G.Coy, R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of William George abd Maria Barry of 6 Ada Place, Pritchard Road, Hackney Road, NW London.
Barry Michael Kevin RM 17885 Marine Royal Marines 25 22 December 1964 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth
Barsby Thomas PO/8311 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Black Prince. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Barstow John William Deal/3242(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div. 33 13 July 1915 United Kingdom Dewsbury Moor (St. John) Churchyard Husband of Mary Alice Armitage (formerly Barstow), of 205, Middle Rd., Earlsheaton, Dewsbury.
Barter Harry PO/2527 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 37 8 October 1918 France Proville British Cemetery Husband of Winifred A. Barter, of New Rd., Bromham, Chippenham, Wilts.
Bartholomew Stanley George EX/4679 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O. (1). 22 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Bartingale William PLY/13252 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1098). H.M.S. Goliath. Not known 13 May 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Bartlett Arthur PO/22661 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak. 32 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Ernest and Jane Bartlett; husband of Lucy Florence Bartlett.
Bartlett Frank William George CH/X 109104 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.F. 37. 21 1 November 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Frank and Violet May Bartlett; husband of Evelyn Bartlett.
Bartlett Harry Royston Lieutenant Royal Marines H.M.S. Copra. Not known 1 November 1944 United Kingdom Budleigh Salterton Church Cemetery
Bartlett Henry William CH/19772 Marine Royal Marines 42 1 June 1940 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Henry and Alice Bartlett.
Bartlett John Henry EX/5623 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 24 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John Henry and Margaret Eileen Bartlett.
Bartlett Paul Joseph P048457D Sergeant RM Poole 35 27 June 2006 United Kingdom Not known Afghanistan campaign named on CTCRM Memorial
Bartlett Robert PLY/X 104535 Marine Royal Marines 23 31 January 1945 United Kingdom Hull Northern Cemetery Son of Thomas Avery Bartlett and Sarah Anne Bartlett, of Hull; husband of Mary Bartlett, of Gipsyville, Hull.
Bartlett Walter William CH/2302(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial
Bartlett (1) Harry Royston Lieutenant Royal Marines HMS Copra 20 3 February 1944 United Kingdom Budleigh Salterton Church Cemete Grave ref. Sec. H. Row 5. Grave 2. Recorded in cloisters Haileybury.
Bartlett (2) Harry Royston Lieutenant Royal Marines HMS Copra 20 1 November 1944 United Kingdom St Peter'S Cemetery, Budleigh Sa Section H, Grave 2, Row 5 St Peter's Burial Ground, Moor Lane, Budleigh Salterton, Devon
Bartman Arthur George EX/4489 Marine Royal Marines 51st R.M. A.A. Bde. Not known 23 February 1945 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery
Barton Joseph CH/16153 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Conquest. 29 25 April 1916 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Mrs. R. Barton, of Liverpool; husband of Emma Mary Barton, of 24, York Rd., Lower Walmer, Deal.
Barton Richard Peter RMA/12982 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Queen Mary. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Richard Peter and Maria Barton, of 65, Rensburg Rd., Walthamstow, London.
Barton William Henry Collingwood RMA/14343 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Natal. 23 30 December 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Henry and Alice Barton, of 25, Kensington Court Mansions, London. Native of St. Annes-on-Sea.
Barton William Patric Harrington CH/X105044 Marine RM Group, MNBDO (2) 22 31 December 1943 Italy Syracuse War Cemetery, Sicily Son of William and Ada Barton, of Walton, Liverpool.
Bartons Thomas Henry RMA/11327 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Natal. 29 30 December 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas Henry Bartons, of East Finchley, London; husband of Edith A. Bartons, of 109, Bulverhythe Rd., St. Leonards, Hastings.
Bartrick Walter Deal/12752(S) Private Royal Marine Labour Corps Not known 18 February 1919 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent
Barwood Thomas James CH/17538 Corporal Royal Marines S.S. Highland Princess. Not known 26 October 1939 Argentina Buenos Aires (Chacarita) British Cemetery
Baseley William PO/764(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Battalion Not known 1 October 1915 Malta Pieta Military Cemetery
Basham Cyril Edward PLY/X 3085 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Fidelity. 21 1 January 1943 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of J. E. and Alice Hilda Basham, of Fulham, London.
Bashford Cyril George CH/X 959 Corporal Royal Marines HMS Ajax 23 13 December 1939 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Killed in the battle of the River Plate.
Bason Thomas Herbert PLY/16350 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Duncan. 36 1 December 1916 Greece Piraeus Naval And Consular Cemetery Son of Wardle and F. Bason, of Cwm Duggan, Trelystan, Mont. Born at Welshpool.
Bass Henry PO/6800 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/H/B/1435). H.M.S. Hawke. Not known 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bass John Thomas PO/829(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 28 13 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Mrs. Jane Bass, of Stamford Bridge, York.
Bassett Richard Ross PO/866(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 17 February 1917 France Queens Cemetery, Bucquoy
Bassett (1) Cyril Leslie CH/X100904 Marine Royal Marines MNBDO 20 1 June 1941 Crete Suda Bay War Cemetery Son of Frederick and Julia Augusta Bassett, of Birmingham; husband of Dorothy May Bassett, of Alum Rock, Birmingham.
Bassett (2) Cyril Leslie CH/X100904 Marine Royal Marines MNBDO 20 1 June 1941 Crete Suda Bay War Cemetery
Bassett-Burr Robert PLY/X 3447 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Gloucester. 21 11 January 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John and Annie Bassett Burr, of Lamberhurst, Kent.
Bassford Samuel RMB/1297 Musician Royal Marine Band HMS Crescent 27 29 September 1918 United Kingdom Dunfermline Cemetery Son of Mrs. Sarah Ann Bassford (nee Clark), of 19, Pegg Terrace, Goodhead St., Nottingham.
Basstone Jack PO/X 100574 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. Not known 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bastable Frank RME/793 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Engineers 39 12 October 1918 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Kingston) Cemetery Husband of Mary Bastable, of 43, Finsbury St., Buckland, Portsmouth.
Bastable John CH/X 111335 Marine Royal Marines 4 R.M. Lt. A.A. Regt. 28 16 December 1944 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery Son of Samuel and May Bastable, of Langley, nr. Birmingham, Warwickshire.
Bastin Edward Captain Royal Marines 39 13 November 1916 France Y Ravine Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Royal Naval Division. Y Ravine Cemetery, Beaumont Hamel, France.
Batchelor Frank RMA/12282 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Hogue. 23 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Joseph and Mary Batchelor, of Brigg.
Batchelor Gilbert Henry PO/18569 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Queen Mary. 18 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Batchelor, of Knapp Road School, Bromley-by-Bow, London. Native of Gosport, Hants.
Batchelor Raymond George CH/X112317 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Sphinx. 20 14 November 1944 Greece Phaleron War Cemetery Son of George Herbert and Violet Olive Batchelor, of New Bilton, Rugby, Warwickshire.
Bate Charles Harry PLY/1164(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 17 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial
Bate Marshal EX/2099 Marine Royal Marines 24 28 October 1943 Sri Lanka Colombo (Liveramentu) Cemetery Son of Cornelius and Lilian Caroline Bate, of Shortheath, Staffordshire.
Bate Richards Shepperson Temporary Lieutenant 41 Ind. Commando RM 1945 ?? 16 February 1945 Netherlands Werkendam Protestant Cemetery Plaque formerly located in St. Andrews Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea, Hampshire
Bateman Harry CH/11658 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Deal Bn. R.N. Div Not known 28 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles
Bateman Herbert Arthur PLY/9577 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Empress of India 23 11 March 1904 United Kingdom Portland Naval Cemetery Dorset
Bateman Walter CH/X100600 Marine 42 Commando Royal Marine 24 31 January 1945 Burma Taukkyan War Cemetery Inscription: Peace, perfect peace at last
Bates Charles PO/X 112189 Lance Corporal Royal Marines 26 R.M. Lt. A.A. Bty. Not known 1 December 1944 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery
Bates Edward Musgrave PO/272(S) Private 2 RM Battalion, RN Division Not known 31 December 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles Name inscribed on Memorial St. Thomas churchyard, Eighton Banks, Wrekenton, Tyne and Wear.
Bates Frederick CH/18478 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 6 August 1914 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery
Bates George Henry EX/962 Marine 40 Commando RM 25 3 June 1944 Yugoslavia Belgrade War Cemetery Son of William Henry and Ethel Georgina Bates, of Kilburn, Middlesex.
Bates Harold George PO/X 100101 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham 21 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William George and Sarah Elizabeth Bates, of Coventry.
Bates John PLY/4766 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Cambridge 35 11 January 1898 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Bates John Richard Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 23 5 September 1918 France Queant Road Cemetery, Buissy Son of George F. and Alice M. B. Bates, of "Westoe," Craigie Rd., Perth. Born at Kendal, Westmorland.
Bates Leonard Arthur PO/X 1561 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 26 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Reginald and Ada Bates, of South Kirkby, Yorkshire.
Bates Sydney George PLY/7223 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 23 5 December 1900 China North West Fort, Taku
Bates William RMA/12694 Bombardier Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Natal. 24 30 December 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bates, of 57, Mona St., Beeston, Notts.
Bates William Hugh RMB/315 Bandsman Royal Naval School of Music 28 11 April 1917 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Highland Road) Cemetery
Bates (1) Frank Edwin CH/X 102809 Marine Royal Marines 32 3 January 1943 United Kingdom Nottingham Southern Cemetery Marine Bates was serving with the 2 Engr Company when he died Inscription: In memory of my dear husband Frank Edwin Bates aged 32 years
Bates (2) Frank Edwin CH/X 102809 Marine Royal Marines 32 3 January 1943 United Kingdom Wilford Hill Cemetery, Nottingha A corner of Wilford Hill Cemetery set aside for war dead. Marine Bates was serving with the 2 Engr Company when he died.
Bath DSC (1) John Arthur Captain Royal Marines Not known 26 July 1929 Greece Volos Cemetery Wreath laying ceremony for those who died in the explosion on board HMS Devonshire ( Captain J. A. Bath DSC, Croix de Guerre, RM )
Bath DSC (2) John Arthur Captain Royal Marines Not known 26 July 1929 Greece Volos Cemetery Result of explosion in X gun turret. All that remained of Captain Bath were his cap badge and collar dogs.
Batley Henry CH/23310 Marine Royal Marines M.V. Cingalese Prince. 45 20 September 1941 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Henry and Mary Ann Batley; husband of Lilian Batley, of Cowley, Oxford.
Batt Ernest Ainger PO/9317 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 4th R.M. Bn. 38 23 April 1918 Netherlands Flushing (Vlissingen) Northern Cemetery Son of Mrs. Mary Ann Batt, of 25, Sidney St., Tidal Basin, London.
Batten Henry Charles CH/14067 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Div 33 10 February 1920 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent
Battensby Albany Bell PO/553(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Orchard Dump Cemetery, Arleux-En-Gohelle
Batter Frederick Edgar CH/16282 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Conquest. 27 25 April 1916 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Husband of Alice Morris (formerly Batter), of 77, Winstanley Crescent, Ramsgate.
Batterbee Robert William PLY/17821 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 22 26 April 1917 France Ste. Catherine British Cemetery Royal Naval Division Inscription: Rest in peace.
Batterbee Walter Henry PLY/17568 Private RMLI/RN Division 19 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of Robert William and Harriett Jane Batterbee, of 5, Council Houses, Thorney, Peterborough. His brother Robert William also fell. .
Battersby Thomas CH/17267 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Otranto. Not known 6 October 1918 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Battley Joseph Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 37 8 March 1873 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Battrick George Herbert PO/16508 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark. 21 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Jane Saint (formerly Battrick), of Higher Farm, St. Mary'S, Blandford, Dorset, and the late John Battrick,.
Batty Colin Thomas Cadet RM Cadet Corps Chatham 12 4 December 1951 United Kingdom Gillingham New Cemetery After Dark on the evening of 4 december, 1951, a bus ran into a marching group of Royal Marines Cadets, of whom 24 died. 22 are buried in Gillingham New Cemetery ( Naval & Military Section ), including 3 in its Roman Catholic enclave. Inscription: A Sunbeam on earth, an Angel in Heaven
Baunton Frederick John PLY/1929(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 20 26 August 1918 France Achiet-Le-Grand Communal Cemetery Extension Son of Alfred George and Lydia Annie Baunton, of Clay Bottom, St. George, Bristol.
Bavister George Not known Gunner Royal Marine Artillery HMS Royal Oak 33 3 November 1856 Malta Ta' Braxia Cemetery The grave was damaged during the Second World War. Inscription: Sacred to the memory of George Bavister, Gunner, who died on board HMS 'Royal Oak', during her passage from Syracuse to Malta. This monument is erected by his sorrowing comrades.
Bawdon William Thomas PLY/13395 Private Royal Marines Light Infantry 25 26 February 1913 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery Inscription: Error,Bawden
Bax Joseph Thomas PLY/11753 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 21 May 1915 Egypt Alexandria (Chatby) Military And War Memorial Cemetery
Baxter George Henry CH/X 104134 Marine 47 Commando RM 21 7 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: His life a precious memory - he sleeps in God's beautiful garden - Mum and Dad
Baxter James PLY/X 3380 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Gloucester. 21 22 May 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Alexander and Margaret Baxter, of Lugar, Ayrshire.
Baxter Samuel George Hill PLY/9970 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Goliath. 36 13 May 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Samuel and Charlotte Ann Baxter.
Baxter William Henry CH/16525 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 27 14 September 1918 Sierra Leone Freetown (King Tom) Cemetery Inscription: HMS 'Africa'
Bayldon Bertram Frederick PO/X 1062 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Suffolk. Not known 17 April 1940 United Kingdom Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery
Bayley James Ayers Lieutenant 20 Training Battalion, Dalditch Royal Marines 24 25 September 1942 United Kingdom St Peter'S Cemetery, Budleigh Salterton Church Cemetery Section E, Grave 195 St Peter's Burial Groud, Moor Lane, Budleigh Salterton, Devon
Baylis Albert Douglas RMA/12065 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Queen Mary. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bayliss William PO/19586 Private RMLI/RN Division 20 28 September 1918 France Hermies Hill British Cemetery Son of William and Sarah E. Bayliss, of 6, Park Terrace, Stanningley, Leeds.
Baynham John Henry PO29491D Marine Royal Marines 56 9 March 2003 United Kingdom Milton Cemetery, Portsmouth
Baynton Raymond Charles PO/X 108456 Marine Royal Marines 19 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Frank and Muriel G. Baynton, of Cwmyoy, Monmouthshire.
Bayntun Henry Gordon PLY/14742 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS High Flyer 28 26 April 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery Records show Herbert G ??
Bazeley Frank Walter PO/18407 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry R.M. Depot (Deal), 15 15 May 1915 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery Son of Henry and Rose H. Bazeley, of 6, Council Buildings, Greatworth, Banbury, Oxon.
Bazeley John PLY/324 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 53 27 February 1899 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Beabey Albert Joseph RMB/606 Band Corporal Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Bulwark. 34 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Son of Alfred Joseph and Mary Jane Beabey, of Portsmouth; husband of Edith Beabey, of 27, Connaught Rd., North End, Portsmouth.
Beable William Edward Deal/2476(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Div. Train, R.N. Div. 30 10 May 1917 France Quatre-Vents Military Cemetery, Estree-Cauchy Son of Edward Beable, of North Filhan, Ivybridge, Devon.
Beach Edward Bert CH/X.3533 Corporal Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. Not known 12 June 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery
Beach George Edgar PLY/X3568 Marine Royal Marines No. 44 R.M. Commando. 23 23 January 1945 Myanmar Taukkyan War Cemetery Son of Harold James Beach and Blanche Edith Beach, of St. George, Bristol.
Beach William Frederick CH/12171 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Crescent 34 24 December 1916 United Kingdom Paddington Old Cemetery, Kilburn Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Son of Frederick and Mary Beach, of 100, Saltram Crescent, Paddington.
Beacham William Henry PLY/6377 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Melampus 23 22 May 1898 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Beadell Frederick PO/8125 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Ariadne 30 25 August 1905 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Beadle Eric Philip CH/X110836 Marine Royal Marines 601 LCM Flotilla 20 21 July 1944 Lost at sea Chatham Naval Memorial Itchenor Society Memorial Seat in memory of 601 LCM Flotilla lost in English Channel, including Sub Lt. Colin J. Backhouse RN and Stoker T. A. Race RN
Beadle Harold Joseph PO/18489 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial
Beadle Robert CH/18536 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div. 18 19 July 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William A. and Jane Ann Beadle, of 31, Farret St., Hopetown, Darlington, Co. Durham.
Beagley Frederick RMA/13061 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Defence. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Elizabeth Alderman (formerly Beagley), of 21, Rignold Rd., Camberwell, London.
Beal Augustus Herbert PO/2030(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 34 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Husband of Emma Louise Beal, of 7, Fir Place, Union St., Farnborough, Hants.
Beale Frederick Vincent PO/X 108058 Marine Royal Marines No. 43 R.M. Commando. 24 18 April 1945 Italy Ravenna War Cemetery Son of John William and Louisa Beale, of Rotherham, Yorkshire.
Beaman Thomas Edward PO/X110697 Marine Royal Marines No. 42 R.M. Commando. Not known 1 February 1945 Myanmar Taukkyan War Cemetery
Beamer Edward CH/X3246 Marine Royal Marines 18 1 June 1940 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Rueben and Susannah Beamer. of Lancaster.
Beams Frederick James CH/14035 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. Not known 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bean Ernest George CH/16631 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vanguard. 25 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Richard and Emily Bean, of 13, Cannon Rd., Deal; husband of Ruby Constance Bean, of Hiawatha Cottage, Great Barton, Suffolk.
Bean George CH/16855 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hogue. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bean John William PO/323 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Division 24 28 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Skew Bridge Cemetery, Gallipoli Son of James Bean, of 31, Faber St., Layerthorpe, York.
Bean Joseph Henry PLY/16765 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div. 18 4 March 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of James Henry and Catherine Bean, of 37, Harewood Street, Everton, Liverpool.
Bean Kenneth Ashley PO/X 100414 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham Not known 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Walter and Eliza Bean, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.
Bean Percy Sidney CH/19392 Private RMLI/RN Division 22 3 September 1918 France Triangle Cemetery, Inchy-En-Artois Son of Mr. A. S. Bean, of Sloley, Norwich.
Bean William George CH/X 103570 Marine 48 Commando RM 22 8 November 1944 Netherlands Bergen-Op-Zoom War Cemetery Killed at Serooskerke ( W ). BoPWC Plot 15, row B, grave 1.
Beaney Ernest Edward PO/15681 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Motagua. 25 19 March 1918 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Beaney, of Southampton; husband of Maisie Bertha Beaney, of Wimborne Rd., Broadstone, Dorset.
Beaney William Elias CH/735(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Division 20 13 November 1916 France Ancre Cemetery, The Somme Son of Mr. and Mrs. Beaney, of 23, Strathnairn St., St. James' Rd., Old Kent Rd., London.
Beard Alan PO/X 3360 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood 21 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Adopted son of Reginald Talboth and of Elizabeth Talboth (nee Beard), of Glascote, Warwickshire.
Beard Albert Edward PLY/1052(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 25 25 March 1918 France Arras Memorial Son of John and Sarah Alice Beard, of 32, Allotment Rd., Cadishead, Man Chester.
Beard Enoch PO/2330(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 29 September 1918 France Anneux British Cemetery
Beard Harold PLY/1646(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 25 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Husband of Kathleen Shipway (formerly Beard), of 35, Council Houses, Blackwell, Alfreton, Derbyshire.
Beard Robert Joseph Victor EX/3528 Sergeant Royal Marines Commando. 28 30 October 1946 United Kingdom Streatham Park Cemetery Son of Albert James Beard and Susan Beard; husband of Mary Beard, of Paisley, Renfrewshire.
Beardmore Arthur PO/30(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 22 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of John and Winifred Beardmore, of 24, Chapel Row, Normanton, Yorks.
Beardsmore John PLY/424(S) Lance Corporal RMLI/RN Division 23 16 November 1916 France Contay British Cemetery, Contay Son of Caleb and Emily Beardsmore, of 19, Chapel Street, Lamberhead Green, Pemberton, Wigan.
Beardsworth Arthur Deal/3776(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div. Not known 26 December 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Skew Bridge Cemetery
Beart Robert Alfred CH/19794 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Natal 18 30 December 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of G. R. Beart, of 5, Adelaide St., Dereham Rd., Norwich.
Beasley Alfred CH/17536 Private RMLI/RN Division Not known 27 September 1918 France Sucrerie British Cemetery, Graincourt-Les-Havrincourt
Beasley Charles PLY/17138 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 25 19 July 1918 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery
Beasley Samuel CH/9527 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 24 May 1916 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery
Beasley Walter Henry PLY/13160 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry HQ 36 5 February 1923 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Beasor George Alexander PLY/21991 Sergeant Royal Marines 18th Bn. 35 16 August 1941 United Kingdom Manchester (Philips Park) Cemetery Husband of Alice Beasor, of Blackpool.
Beattie Edward RMA/13385 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Redbreast. 22 15 July 1917 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of James and Elizabeth Beattie, of Blackskull, Dromore, Co. Down.
Beattie William Ruthven PLY/X3694 Lance Corporal Royal Marines Not known 22 March 1941 United Kingdom Carmichael Parish Churchyard
Beatwell Ernest RMA/14398 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Invincible. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Emma Beatwell, of West Hanningfield, Chelmsford. His brother Arthur George Beatwell also fell.
Beauchamp Charles Jeffery CH/15358 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vanguard. Not known 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Beauchamp William PO/15611 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 21 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of William and Elizabeth Beauchamp, of Slab Lane, Downton, Salisbury.
Beaumont Norman Sykes EX/2752 Corporal Royal Marines 11th Bn. R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 25 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Sykes and Catherine Beaumont; grandson of Mrs. A. E. Beaumont, of Almondbury, Huddersfield.
Beavan Frank Edwin CH/16251 Lance Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 24 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial Son of Mrs. Mary J. Beavan, of 33, Nelson St., Deal, Kent.
Beaven Harold PLY/15882 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Indefatigable. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Mrs. M. A. Beaven, of 47, Richard St., Leicester.
Beaven Herbert Albert CH/18335 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 12 October 1918 United Kingdom Streatham Cemetery Son of Mrs. Lucy Beaven, of 15, Renmuir St., Tooting, London.
Beavis Edward Charles PLY/762 ( S ) Private RMLI/RN Division 22 23 March 1918 France Grevillers British Cemetery Son of Emma Beavis, of 3, Hall View, Lower Sea Lane, Charmouth, Bridport, and the late Clement Ben Beavis, of Thorne Cottage, Wootton Fitzpaine, Dorset. Born at Lydmarsh, Chaffcombe, Somerset.
Beazley James PO/X 21545 Marine Royal Marines,HMS St Angelo Not known 23 March 1941 Malta Kalkara Naval Cemetery
Beck Robert PO/X3610 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Aurora 19 7 May 1940 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Andrew and Agnes Beck, of Bankend, Dumfriesshire.
Beckett Albert Victor PO/1454(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 26 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of the late Albert Henry and Ada Louisa Beckett, of "Willow Brae", 10, Victoria Rd., Diss, Norfolk.
Beckett Ian PO/29339L Corporal Royal Marines 23 15 April 1979 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth
Beckett Ronald PO/X 107676 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Badger. Not known 9 February 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Beckett Thomas PO/18679 Private RMLI/RN Division 19 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of Catherine Beckett, of 143, Harcourt St., Ardwick, Manchester, and the late Richard Beckett. His father fell in Egypt.
Beckett William RMB/680 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Invincible. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Beckford Albert PLY/9634 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. President III. 35 29 May 1917 Egypt Port Said War Memorial Cemetery Son of Mrs. Henrietta Beckford, of 123, Caversham Rd., Reading; husband of Amelia Annie Beckford, of 23, Downing Rd., Tilehurst, Reading.
Beckford Sidney CH/16652 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div Not known 14 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Lancashire Landing Cemetery
Beckham Ernest John CH/X 20975 Marine Royal Marines 44 6 May 1945 Austria Klagenfurt War Cemetery Marine Beckham served in MNBDO1. He was serving in Yugoslavia when made a prisoner. He died in a prisoner of war camp. Inscription: So dearly loved, so sadly missed, loving wife and son
Beckingham Thomas Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 21 14 January 1873 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery No image, no headstone
Bedborough Hubert Charles Raymond Hawkins CH/X2043 Quarter Master Sergeant 40 Commando RM 30 25 December 1949 Hong Kong Happy Valley Cemetary QMS Bedborough died as a result of and accident in Lye Mun Barracks
Beddoes Donald Jack RM.7115 Marine Royal Marine I.T.C. 17 3 November 1948 United Kingdom Woodbury Cemetery,Pound Lane,Dev Grave B 073
Beddow David RMA/3456 Battalion Sergeant Major Royal Marine Artillery Anson Bn. R.N. Div. 46 7 August 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Husband of Eliza J. Beddow, late of 56, The Strand, Walmer.
Bedford Herbet RMA/8559-RMR/B/532 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery, HMS Hogue 34 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial First World War - located Fareham High Street, Hampshire
Bedford John Robert EX/3270 Corporal Royal Marines No 44 R.M. Commando. 25 12 March 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John Robert and Annie Bedford, of Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire.
Bedford Walter Frederick CH/11420 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Pegasus 20 16 January 1902 Malta Kalkara Cemetery
Bedworth Horace William PO/X 106733 Marine 47 Commando RM 23 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: Loving memories of my dear Son Horace - ever remembered by Mom
Bee Eric Ernest PO/X 100001 Sergeant 47 Commando RM 24 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Son of Ernest and Helene Bee, of Tetbury, Gloucestershire.
Bee Ronald Cecil PO/X3807 Lance Corporal Royal Marines Not known 18 August 1945 United Kingdom Woodston Cemetery, Old Fletton Husband of E. Bee, of Coventry.
Beecham Arthur Robert RMA/5645 Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Good Hope. 37 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Arthur Robert and Ellen Beecham, of Sarisbury Green; husband of Ethel Sarah Beecham, of Sarisbury Green, Southampton.
Beecham Edward Jack Unknown Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 27 8 August 2002 Turkey Gallipoli
Beechey Arthur Charles PO/X 2388 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak. 20 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Arthur and Margaret Beechey.
Beechey Arthur James PO/17329 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 18 1 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Beach Cemetery, Anzac Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Beechey, of Reading.
Beer Leslie Ernest PO/X 108500 Marine Royal Marines 20 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Ernest and Gladys Maud Beer, of Penarth, Glamorgan.
Beer William Louis RMA/10417 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Lion. 32 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mary J. Beer, of Elms Cottage, Bishop's Tawton, Barnstaple.
Beesley Jack CH/X844 Sergeant Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando 27 19 August 1942 France Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery, Hautot-Sur-Mer Son of John Edwin Thomas Beesley and Gertrude Catherine Grace Beesley, of Fowey, Cornwall, England.
Beesley William PLY/17155 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Indefatigable. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John and Margaret Beesley, of 91, Holden St., Bolton.
Beeson Anthony James PO/60947Y Sergeant Royal Marines 65 15 January 2004 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth
Beeston Stanley Arthur Alfred RMA/10331 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Indefatigable. 35 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Alfred Richard and Mary Ann Beeston, of Highbury, London.
Beet Arthur RMA/11765 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Defence. 27 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Arthur and Mary Beet, of Wadworth, Doncaster, Yorks.
Begbie (1) William Bell PO/X 106667 Sergeant 45 Commando RM 21 11 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord
Begbie (2) William Bell PO/X 106667 Sergeant 46 Commando RM 21 11 June 1944 France Bayeux Military Cemetery, 15 E 1 KIA Rots/Le Hamel
Beggs William John PLY/16347(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Division 21 30 October 1916 France Hamel British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel
Begley Denis Francis RMA/9101 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery (RMR/IC/96). H.M.S. Good Hope. 32 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Denis O'Brien Begley, of 63, North Grove, St. Ann's Rd., South Tottenham, London; and the late Elizabeth Begley. Native of Booterstown, Dublin.
Behrens William George Arthur CH/X101317 Marine Royal Marines 32 27 June 1944 United Kingdom Golders Green Crematorium Son of William Henry and Maude Annette Louise Behrens; husband of Mildred Violet Behrens, of Potters Bar.
Beith Robert Douglas Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marines 72 3 September 1937 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Belcher Edward CH/333(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 22 5 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Mrs. Belcher, of 139, Dalmarnock Rd., Bridgeton, Glasgow.
Belcher Ernest John PO/X 252 Regimental Sergeant Major 41 Commando RM 35 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery R.S.M. Belcher was the recipient of the BEM Inscription: Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends
Belcher Frederick Ernest RMA/2354(S) Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Crescent. 37 2 March 1919 United Kingdom Cromarty Cemetery Son of Harry Taswell Belcher and Ellen E. Belcher; husband of Mary Ethel Belcher, of 17, Plympton Avenue, Brondesbury, London. Born at Margate.
Belfield Fred RMA/14455 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 1 April 1918 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery
Bell Albert Frederick PO/X 102344 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group. M.N.B.D.O. II. 24 30 May 1942 United Kingdom York Cemetery, York Inscription: He rests with United Kingdom's heroes in the watchful care of God
Bell Alexander Nicholson PLY/X 2071 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hermes. 23 9 April 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Bell Arnold Captain Royal Marines H.M.S. Nile. Not known 14 November 1944 Greece Phaleron War Cemetery Son of John Thomas Bell and Alice Bell husband of Muriel Hannah Bell, of Chatham.
Bell Arthur CH/125 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Div Not known 19 October 1914 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent
Bell Clifford RMB/3038 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Gloucester 30 22 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of John Joseph and Elizabeth Bell, of South Petherton, Somerset.
Bell Derek Kerr PO/X 117392 Marine Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. Not known 24 March 1945 Netherlands Bergen-Op-Zoom War Cemetery
Bell Ernest Thomas CH/16167 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 30 25 August 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial Son of Thomas Bell, of Naldera Garage, North Foreland, Broadstairs, Kent.
Bell Frederick John CH/16277 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 24 March 1918 France Arras Memorial
Bell George CH/X 101106 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O. 1. 21 24 April 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of John Bell, and of Williamina Bell, of Overtown, Lanarkshire.
Bell George Albert PLY/202(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 4 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles
Bell George Anthony PO/4360 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 44 26 September 1916 United Kingdom Gosport (Ann'S Hill) Cemetery Husband of C. Bell, of 10, Russell St., Gosport, Hants.
Bell James PO/X110729 Marine Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 22 6 August 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery Son of Mary Edith Bell, of Wallsend, Northumberland.
Bell James Irving RMA/11670 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Lion. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bell James Riley PLY/X15986 Marine Royal Marines 48 13 April 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery Son of James Reilly Bell and Edith Maud Bell.
Bell John CH/X 20925 Marine Royal Marines S.S. Daghestan. 50 25 March 1940 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of John and Mary Ann Bell; husband of Doris Bell, of Newbury, Berkshire.
Bell John James PO/13038 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 36 13 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Robert and Ann Bell, of Forge House, Highalstow, Rochester; husband of Edith Bell, of 87, Campbell Rd., Lower Walmer, Deal.
Bell John William CH/17205 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hogue. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bell Robert CH/X108406 Marine Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. 22 6 August 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery Son of Alexander and Agnes Bell, of Bo'ness, West Lothian.
Bell Robert PLY/15742 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 21 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial
Bell T Not known Private R. M. Battalion Not known 18 July 1864 Japan Yokohama Foreigners Cemetery HMS 'Conqueror' Memorial located at Yokohama, Foreigners Cemetery, Japan Inscription: Sacred to the memory of the undermentioned N.C.O's and Privates of the R.M. Battalion - buried within this enclosure
Bell Thomas William PO/1206 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 20 11 September 1917 France Naval Trench Cemetery, Gavrelle
Bell Walter Pearson PLY/17470 Corporal RMLI/RN Division 21 27 September 1918 France Moeuvres Communal Cemetery Extension
Bell William Charles PO/8945 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 27 17 March 1906 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Bell William Herman CH/2059(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 22 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Richard and Margaret H. Bell, of 13, Prospect Row, Sunderland.
Bellairs Arthur George PLY/1596(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 21 August 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial
Bellamy John PO/20038 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Glatton. Not known 17 September 1918 United Kingdom Leytonstone (St. Patrick'S) Roman Catholic Cemetery
Bellamy John Henry PO/15123 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark 23 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent Son of Joseph Charles and Alice Bellamy, of 51, Farringdon St., Leicester.
Bellew William RMB/279 Band Boy Royal Naval School of Music 17 22 October 1906 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Belloc Peter Gilbert Marie Sebastian Captain Royal Marines 5th Bn. 36 2 April 1941 United Kingdom West Grinstead (Our Lady Of Consolation And St. Francis) Roman Catholic Churchyard Son of Hilaire Belloc and of Elodie Agnes Belloc (nee Hogan); husband of Stella Belloc, of South Moreton, Berkshire. His brother Louis Belloc fell in the 1914-1918 War.
Bellwood Noel Page PO/X103455 Marine RM Group, MNBDO (2) 27 27 July 1943 Italy Syracuse War Cemetery, Sicily Son of Sophia Bellwood, and stepson of Frank Bounds; husband of Florence May Bellwood, of Sandal, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
Belsey (1) Jarvis Edward CH/X 4167 Corporal 41 Ind. Commando RM 23 29 November 1950 Korea 1st Marine Div. Cemetery No.2, K Killed serving in Korea 1950 - 1953. Name listed on Commonwealth War Memorial, Pusan, South Korea
Belsey (2) Jarvis Edward CH/X 4167 Corporal 41 Ind. Commando RM 23 29 November 1950 Korea 1st Marine Div. Cemetery No.2, K 41 Independent Commando Memorial Plaque Bickleigh Parish Church, Devon
Belson Alfred Ernest RMA/7509 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 36 27 June 1916 France Mailly Wood Cemetery, Mailly-Maillet Son of Mrs. Hannah Maria Belson, of Huntercombe End, Nuffield, Henley-on-Thames.
Bendall Frederick William PO/2277(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 25 August 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial
Bendall Ralph Edwin PLY/17918 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 22 June 1917 France Valenciennes (St. Roch) Communal Cemetery
Bendelow Roland CH/X2497 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Calcutta. 20 3 December 1940 Egypt Alexandria (Chatby) Military And War Memorial Cemetery Son of Frank Telford Bendelow and Edith Bendelow, of High Heaton, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Bendyshe Richard Nelson Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marine Light Infantry Cdg. Deal Bn. R.N. Div 49 1 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Lone Pine Cemetery, Anzac Son of Nelson and Charlotte Bendyshe; husband of Eleanor Margaret Bendyshe, of Barrington Hall, Cambs.
Benfold Thomas Deal/3666(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div. 23 20 October 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Skew Bridge Cemetery Son of Thomas and Hannah Benfold. of 326, Woodhouse Lane, Wigan.
Benford Percy PO/11087 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/PO/B/1320). Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div. 32 6 October 1914 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery
Benham William Henry PO/2185 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 21 August 1918 France Couin New British Cemetery
Benjamin Nathan CH/575(5) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Battalion RND 19 12 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Skew Bridge Cementery Inscription: In loving memory of my dearly beloved son.
Benn George Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 66 17 February 1887 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Bennet Alfred RMA/4408 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery, HMS Monarch 27 25 November 1899 Gunner Alfred Bennet died in South Africa Inscription: To the Memory of The Officers and Men Royal Marine Artillery who were killed or died of wounds or disease 1899-1902
Bennett Albert PO/18404 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 20 14 December 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Bennett, of Lower Horwich, Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire.
Bennett Arthur PLY/1229(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 21 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of Mary J. Bennett, of 63, Hawkstone St., Liverpool, and the late George Bennett.
Bennett Arthur Edward PO/X3707 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Suffolk. 19 17 April 1940 United Kingdom Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery Son of Alfred Arthur and Lily Matilda Bennett, of Worthing, Sussex.
Bennett Courtney William PLY/16123 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Defence. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John Salmon Bennett, of 5, Albert St., Exeter.
Bennett Edward PO/17583 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Bennett Ernest PO/X 3432 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood Not known 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bennett Frank Henry CH/12196 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hawke, Not known 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bennett Fred CH/1627 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 29 15 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial Son of Harry and Martha Jane Bennett, of Myrtle Villa, Scorrier; husband of Emmeline Bennett, of Tregargus, Scorrier, Truro, Cornwall.
Bennett George RMA/14161 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 21 June 1918 France Dunkirk Town Cemetery
Bennett George CH/8200 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/838). H.M.S. Cressy. 42 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Adopted son of Maria Bennett, of 18, Newmam Rd., Perry St., Northfleet, Gravesend.
Bennett George William RMB/1186 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Monmouth. 23 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Yates, of 35, Claremont Row, Brighton.
Bennett Henry James PO/12487 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 23 28 April 1912 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Bennett Michael Joseph PLY/803 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 28 26 April 1917 France Ste. Catherine British Cemetery
Bennett Samuel Deal/1172(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. Not known 5 January 1916 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Bennett Stafford Northcote PLY/1066 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Bennett Stanley Benjamin RMB/X 228 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Trinidad 28 29 March 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Benjamin and Elenor Bennett; husband of Irene Bennett.
Bennett Thomas Edward PO/21491 Marine Royal Marines, St Angelo 37 6 April 1936 Malta Kalkara Naval Cemetery
Bennett Victor Edward Ernest CH/18396 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Cressy. 21 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Harry and Kate Eliza Bennett, of Railway Cottage, Alresford, Hants.
Bennett William Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery 70 8 November 1910 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Bennett William CH/17875 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable 17 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery Son of William and Elizabeth Bennett, of 95, Canada Rd., Walmer.
Bennett William Aaron PO/8433 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/PO/B/890. H.M.S. Ramsey. 39 8 August 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Jane Bennett, of East Ferring Lane, Worthing; husband of Eva Bennett, of Ferring, Worthing.
Bennett William Arthur James EX/2450 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O. 1. 22 8 January 1942 Sri Lanka Colombo (Kanatte) General Cemetery Son of Sydney Thomas Bennett and Hettie May Bennett, of Saltash, Cornwall.
Bennett (1) George PLY/11509 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Monmouth 32 5 October 1917 United Kingdom Moretonhampstead (St. Andrew) Churchyard Grave, North West Part
Bennett (2) George PLY/11509 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Monmouth 32 5 October 1917 United Kingdom St Andews Church War Memorial Mo
Bennetton Arthur Frederick CH/X 2815 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. Westcliff. 23 31 January 1944 United Kingdom Hither Green Cemetery Son of William R. Bennetton, and of Harriet Bennetton, of Bromley, Kent.
Bennetton James Deal/763(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. 20 28 June 1916 France Lapugnoy Military Cemetery Son of Edward Eagle Bennetton and Emma Bennetton, of Dairy Cottage, Stone Crossing, Greenhithe, Kent.
Bennie Harold Edwin Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 28 6 February 1917 France Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension Son of James and Agnes Bennie, of Dublin.
Benning Sydney Edward PO/17 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (R.M.R./PO/B/1414). S.S. Livonia. 34 3 December 1917 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Sydney Edward and Elizabeth Benning, of London.
Bennison Harold CH/X106929 Marine Royal Marines 1 Armd. Sp. Grp. Not known 6 June 1944 France Dannes Communal Cemetery Son of Ethel May Bennison, and stepson of Alfred Bradley, of Middlesbrough, Yorkshire.
Bensley John PO/837(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 25 13 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Skew Bridge Cemetery Son of John and Jane Bensley, of 21, Randolph St., Middlesbrough.
Benson Clarance PO/1203 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Benson James Alan PLY/X 100147 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Sultan. 34 21 September 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Elizabeth Benson, of St. Helens, Lancashire.
Benson John CH/X 110708 Marine Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. 21 12 April 1945 Germany Becklingen War Cemetery Son of Herbert and Beatrice Benson, of Leeds, Yorkshire; husband of Annie Benson. of Leeds.
Benson Robert Edwin PO/X 102614 Lance Corporal 41 Commando RM Not known 18 September 1943 Italy Salerno War Cemetery
Benstead Thomas Robert CH/14324 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Clan McNaughton. 30 3 February 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Benstead, of Peckham, London.
Bent James EX/1184 Corporal Royal Marines No. 42 R.M. Commando. 26 31 January 1945 Myanmar Taukkyan War Cemetery Son of Frederick and Emma Bent, of Coates, Cambridgeshire; husband of Eileen Fanny Bent, of Coates.
Bentley Denis Anthony CH/X 107221 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Lanka. 21 16 March 1945 Sri Lanka Colombo (Liveramentu) Cemetery Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Mary Bentley, of Broughton, Preston, Lancashire.
Bentley Frank William CH/17273 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. 21 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Thomas Harry and Annie Bentley, of 14, Wood St., Chelsea, London. Born at Chelsea.
Bentley George RMA/8372 Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery 25 29 November 1916 France Courcelles-Au-Bois Communal Cemetery Extension Name inscribed on Memorial erected in memory of the Officers and Men of the South African Heavy Artillery who died in the Great War 1914 - 1918. Includes names of 4 men of the Royal Marine Artillery. Located at Company's Gardens, Capetown, South Africa.
Bentley Leonard CH/X 114551 Marine Royal Marines 20 11 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Marine Bentley served in the 30 Assault Group Inscription: Of Buenes Aires Argentina
Bentley Ronald Arthur CH/X. 3770 Corporal Royal Marines Not known 28 November 1944 United Kingdom Hemel Hempstead (Heath Lane) Cemetery
Bentley Thomas B PLY/6270 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 50 11 December 1923 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Bentley Thomas George PLY/22534 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 35 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Florence Bentley, of Plymouth; husband of Ellen Jessie Bentley, of Devonport.
Benwell Ernest Joseph PLY/22437 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 32 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Frederick J. and Alice Benwell; husband of Rosa May Benwell, of Devonport.
Berkley Walter CH/x3131 Colour Sergeant Royal Marines 76 1 May 1998 United Kingdom Ridgecross Cemetery,Wembury, Dev Grave, B 373
Berman William Henry CH/23494 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Curacoa. 39 2 October 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William Henry and Clara Eliza Berman.
Bernard John Bernard Lieutenant Colonel Rpyal Marine Light Infantry 65 27 September 1926 United Kingdom St John In The Wilderness Church
Berridge Alfred PO/82(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 21 9 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Pink Farm Cemetery, Helles Son of Jane Berridge, of 26, Radford St., Mansfield, Notts.
Berridge John Frederick Harry CH/12245 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hawke. Not known 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Berriman John Gardner PO/X 103179 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group M.N.B.D.O.(1) 36 5 July 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of James J. and Annie Gardner Berriman.
Berriman William RMA/10689 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Lion. Not known 1 May 1919 United Kingdom Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery
Berry Albert Deal/15243(S) Private Royal Marine Labour Corps (Dunkerque) Not known 23 October 1918 France Dunkirk Town Cemetery
Berry Alfred Ronald PO/18840 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vindictive. 20 25 April 1918 United Kingdom Uckfield Cemetery Son of Charles J. and Anne Berry, of 78, New Alexandra Rd., Uckfield.
Berry Charles Lewis Wright PLY/14945 Lance Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 24 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial
Berry George PLY/13674 Bugler Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 3 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery
Berry Harry PLY/X 1354 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Courageous. Not known 17 September 1939 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Berry Ira Sidney RMA/10384 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery (RMR/IC/94). H.M.S. Good Hope. 29 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Martha Jane Berry, of 1A, Eversley Rd., Sketty, Swansea.
Berry Joseph PO/X 4370 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 22 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Berry, of Portadown, Co. Armagh.
Berry Richard Martin PLY/X 100149 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Repulse. 24 10 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Alfred and Louie Berry, of Hollins, Lancashire.
Berry Thomas James Absalom PO/X 663 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. Not known 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Berry William Walter CH/20817 Private RMLI/RN Division 20 27 September 1918 France Anneux British Cemetery Son of Henry and Annie Mary Berry, of 23, Dover St., Canterbury.
Berry DSM Percy CH/13352 Private RMLI/RN Division 32 8 November 1916 France Knightsbridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart Husband of Edith Berry, of 6, Bastion St., Radford, Nottingham.
Bessent Robert John James PLY/X 1111 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Gloucester. Not known 22 May 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Best Thomas James CH/18158 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Best, of 4, Slicketts Hill, Chatham.
Beswick Charles Edward PLY/19507 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 21 1 October 1918 Germany Cologne Southern Cemetery Son of Charles and Annie Beswick, of 13, Credworth St., Edge Hill, Liverpool.
Bethell Horace Ernest George PO/3902 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 104 1 December 1977 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Bethell William Ernest PLY/18202 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/A/1007). S.S. Kut Sang. 46 29 April 1918 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Eldest son of William and Maria Bethell, of Lambeth, London; husband of Susan Bethell, of 31, Stanway St., Moston, Manchester.
Bettany Colin Ernest PLY/X 1505 Sergeant Royal Marines 28 6 June 1945 Germany Hamburg Cemetery Son of Arthur Herbert and Ethel Bettany; husband of Margaret Jane Bettany, of Raynes Park, Surrey.
Betteridge Harol Edward RMA/16660 Private Royal Marine Artillery Not known 27 September 1918 United Kingdom Radley (St. James) Churchyard
Bettis Albert CH/14607 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hogue. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bettiss Reg PLY/X103814 Marine Royal Marines 83 17 November 2006 United Kingdom Bideford Higher Cemetery,Devon
Bettley Albert Edward PO/1048 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Betts Clifford Albert CH/X 2640 Marine Royal Marines 21 22 November 1942 United Kingdom Salford (Agecroft) Cemetery Son of George Albert Betts and of Elsie Mary Betts, of Prestwich.
Betts Frederick James CH/946(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 25 2 March 1917 France St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen Son of Tallent and Eliza Martha Betts, of St. Cross, South Earlham, Harleston, Norfolk.
Betts Herbert Walter PLY/16416 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 13 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Betts Joseph CH/X104632 Marine Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 31 13 September 1943 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Arthur Betts, and of Elenor Betts, of Witton Green, Norfolk; husband of Doris M. Betts, of Norwich.
Bevins George Frederick PO/17621 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Deal Bn. R.N. Div 19 25 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles Son of Emily Bevins, of "Jessedene," Stratford Rd., Hall Green, Birmingham.
Bevis Albert John RMA/13514 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery,H.M.S. King George 23 1 January 1919 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery, Southsea Inscription: Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away. His loving wife.
Bevis Wilfred Percy PLY/X 898 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 22 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Lawrence and Mary A. Bevis, of Stonehouse, Plymouth.
Bewley James Robert CH/17442 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 17 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial
Beynon Thomas Albert PO/X 119756 Marine Royal Marines 21 21 March 1946 United Kingdom Narberth Cemetery Son of Bertie and Mary Jane Beynon, of Narberth.
Beyts Herbert William Hope Captain Royal Marine Artillery 23 June 1900 Captain H. W. H. Beytes died in China. Inscription: To the Memory of The Officers and Men Royal Marine Artillery who were killed or died of wounds or disease 1899-1902
Bibby Daniel PLY/11983 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry B Coy. H.M.S. Cumberland. 35 27 September 1918 United Kingdom Stanhope Cemetery Son of Alfred Bibby. Born at Crook.
Bick Thomas Frederick CH/24617 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Arethusa. 34 18 November 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Percy Victor Bick and Jane Elizebeth Louise Bick.
Bickerstaffe Edmund PLY/X 100083 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Galatea. 24 15 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Ernest Archibald Bickerstaffe, and of Harriet Jane Bickerstaffe (nee Anderson), of Hull.
Biddle Walter Wynn PLY/2369(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Division 20 2 September 1918 France Hac Cemetery Ecoust-St-Mein
Biddlecombe Edward George RMA/8781 Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Aboukir. 30 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William and Jane Biddlecombe, of Yatesbury, Calne, Wilts; husband of Rose C. Biddlecombe, of 50, Westfield Rd., Eastney, Portsmouth.
Biddulph John PO/51(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 29 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Lancashire Landing Cemetery
Bidewell Bertie Benjamin CH/19260 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Bidmead Arthur EX/1043 Corporal 45 Commando RM 25 6 August 1944 France La Delivrande War Cemetery, Douvres
Bidwell Leonard John PO/X 100771 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Indomitable. 22 12 August 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of John Robert and Amy Irene Maud Bidwell, of Fratton, Hampshire.
Bielby George Arthur PO/426(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 13 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Bigg Percy CH/17624 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. 19 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Alfred Bigg, of 12, Thorparch Rd., Wandsworth, London. Born at Lambeth, London.
Bignell Richard CH/1261 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry (RFR/B/7483) Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 39 12 December 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Lancashire Landing Cemetery Son of Richard Bignell, of London; husband of A. Bignell, of 29, Elgar Rd., Reading. Native of Mitcham, Surrey.
Billett Arthur Somers RMA/9392 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery (RMR/B/1241). S.S. Burnstone. 36 19 March 1918 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Husband of Laura Minnie Billett, of White Cross, Litton Cheney, Dorchester.
Billing Charles George Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry Deal Bn. R.N. Div Not known 13 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles
Billing James Ernest PO/11694 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Queen Mary. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Billinge John CH/X 108386 Marine Royal Marines 28th Bn. Not known 10 May 1945 Germany Hamburg Cemetery Grandson of Mrs. S. A. Groves, of Gorton, Manchester.
Billingham Frederick Richard CH/18883 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Venus 22 31 October 1918 Iran Tehran Memorial Son of Albert and Eliza Billingham, of 9, Ipswick Rd., Hackney, London.
Billings Stanley John RMB/1924 Musician Royal Marine Band 18 27 June 1915 Greece East Mudros Military Cemetery Son of John W. and Emily Billings, of 187A, Albert Rd., Southsea, Portsmouth.
Billington Israel PO/18444 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 8 January 1916 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles
Billins William Edward PO/15603 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hampshire. 25 5 June 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William and Annie Billins, of Hounslow; husband of Agnes Rhoda Peake (formerly Billins), of 7, Queen's Terrace, Isleworth, Middx.
Bingham Charles Ernest CH/13192 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Clan McNaughton 33 3 February 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Frederick William and Harriet Matilda Bingham. Of London.
Bingham Francis Deal/3167(S) Private RM Medical Unit/RND 28 27 August 1918 France Bucquoy Communal Cemetery Extension Son of Thomas and Mary Bingham, of 2, Back Lane, Tibshelf, Alfreton, Derbyshire.
Bingham John PLY/7622 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 42 20 December 1918 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery
Bingham Kenneth PO/X 109827 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Dinosaur 21 8 September 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Henry and Mabel Bingham, of Woodseats, Derbyshire.
Bingham-Powell John Captain Royal Marines HMS Belfast Not known 18 January 1943 United Kingdom Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery, Ork Captain Bingham-Powell died in Capetown 18 January, 1943, whilst serving on HMS Belfast. The Archives Records and Register of Deaths, 1939 - 1945 show his Christian names as James, George. Inscription: Mrs A. F. Bingham-Powell bequeathed this house to the Forces Help Society in memory of her two sons killed in action in the 1939 - 1945 War, Captain John Bingham-Powell, RM, Lieutenant Patrick Bingham-Powell, RN.
Bingley William Frederick RMA/4970 Acting Bombardier Royal Marine Artillery S.S. Umballa. 43 25 December 1917 Italy San Nicola Arcella Communal Cemetery Son of Richard John and Emily Mary Bingley, of Islington, London.
Binns Frank Deal/1500(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. Not known 5 January 1916 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Lancashire Landing Cemetery
Binns James William PO/X 101733 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Indomitable Not known 12 August 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William and Florence Binns; husband of Bessie Binns, of York.
Binns John PO/1364(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 29 28 September 1918 France Moeuvres Communal Cemetery Extension
Binns Ronald EX/4530T Corporal Royal Marines R.M. Engineer Commando. Not known 2 March 1945 Netherlands Mook War Cemetery
Binstead Charles Percy CH/23471 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. President III. Not known 23 March 1945 United Kingdom Worthing (Durrington) Cemetery Son of Edwin Henry and Florence Annie Binstead.
Birch Arthur EX/5114 Marine Royal Marines 11th Bn. R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 25 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Charlotte Birch; husband of Margaret Birch, of Queen's Park, Wrexham, Denbighshire.
Birch Arthur George CH/9810 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/2075) S.S. Reventazon. Not known 5 October 1918 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Birch Arthur George PO/4788 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/A/761) Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 46 13 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of the late George and Miriam Birch; husband of Jessie Emma Birch, of 12, Melville Rd., Upper Mill Lane, Gosport.
Birch Charles Edward CH/19875 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 23 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of Charles William and Jessie Florence Birch, of 125, Malvern Rd., West Kilburn, London.
Birch Edward Lionel RMA/6827 Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery Howitzer Bde. 37 21 July 1917 France Etaples Military Cemetery Son of Clara Birch, of London; husband of Amelia May Birch, of 11, Reginald Rd., Eastney, Portsmouth.
Birch Leonard Arthur PLY/X2335 Marine Royal Marines 11th Bn. Not known 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Birch Marc John P057087H Corporal 45 Commando RM Not known 12 December 2008 United Kingdom Not known Afghanistan campaign named on CTCRM Memorial
Birch William Joseph CH/9483 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1166). H.M.S. Cressy. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Husband of Harriet Elizabeth Birch, of 137, Prince Regents Lane, Plaistow, London.
Birchall John Herbert CH/X 105854 Marine Royal Marines 22 29 December 1943 United Kingdom Walthamstow (Queen'S Road) Cemetery Son of Thomas and Florence Birchall, of Walthamstow; foster-son of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Rolfe, of Walthamstow.
Birchenough Alfred RMA/10640 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 37 1 April 1920 United Kingdom Blean (Ss. Cosmus And Damian) Churchyard Husband of Annie Birchenough, of 4022, Tupper St., Westmount, Montreal, Canada.
Bircher Frederick Charles PO/1554 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 38 21 August 1917 France Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun Son of Selina Bircher, of Box Cottage, Barnwood, Gloucester, and the late William Bircher; husband of Emily Dorcas Bircher, of Billbrook Rd., Hucclecote, Gloucester.
Bircumshaw John William PO/18391 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Britannia. 21 9 November 1918 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Elsie Bircumshaw, of 13, Addison St., Tibshelf, Derbyshire, and the late William Bircumshaw.
Bird Arthur PLY/22675 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Trinidad. 36 14 May 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Daniel and Elizabeth Bird, of Kentisbeare, Devon.
Bird Arthur John Marine Royal Marines 59 13 June 1981 United Kingdom Milton Cemetery, Portsmouth
Bird Ernest PO/1618 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Bird Frederick Willie PO/X 27356 Colour Sergeant Royal Marines 62 25 October 1943 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery, Southsea The Cross of St. George, 4th Class (Russia). Son of Mark and Eliza Bird; husband of Lucy Bird, of Eastney.
Bird George PO/636(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 12 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles
Bird Harold Percy PLY/2111 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 29 30 September 1918 France Sucrerie British Cemetery, Graincourt-Les-Havrincourt Son of Samuel and Ody Bird, of Old Tudor, Stelling, Canterbury. Native of Gloucestershire.
Bird Henry PO/211689(T) Colour Sergeant Royal Marines 54 22 January 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Highland Road) Cemetery
Bird Henry Charles Deal/280(S) Sapper RM Division Engineers,RN Divison 23 5 July 1915 Malta Kalkara Naval Cemetery Son of Robert Charles and M. Bird, of 66, Samuel St., Woolwich, London.
Bird James Harry CH/X108318 Lance Corporal Royal Marines H.M. L.C.M.653 19 9 June 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Charles and Edith May Bird, of Stoke Row, Oxfordshire.
Bird Thomas George CH/8615 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Div. Not known 22 May 1918 United Kingdom City Of London Cemetery And Crematorium, Manor Park
Birdsall Steven James 30039350 Marine 40 Commando RM 20 14 June 2010 United Kingdom Fox Covert Cemetery, Warrington, Afghanistan campaign named on CTCRM Memorial Wall
Birkett Albert RME/10039 Marine Royal Marine Engineers H.M.S. Highflyer 29 22 January 1944 Sri Lanka Colombo (Liveramentu) Cemetery Son of Frank and Theresa Birkett, of Scotter, Lincolnshire.
Birkett Cuthbert PO/X 4713 Marine Royal Marines 20 14 November 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Cuthbert and Elizabeth Birkett, of Walker, Northumberland.
Birkett Edgar George PLY/13693 Private RMLI/RN Division 28 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel
Birkinshaw John PLY/16887 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 7 September 1916 France Tranchee De Mecknes Cemetery, Aix-Noulette
Bisgrove Levi Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 42 5 November 1878 United Kingdom No Place Field, Rn Hospital Ceme Inscription: Pensioner
Bish Dennis Bernard PO/X105852(T) Marine Royal Marines 21 22 January 1945 United Kingdom Ardingly (St. Peter) Churchyard Extension Son of Bernard John and Elizabeth Bish, of Sandrocks.
Bishop Arthur PO/X 114618 Marine Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando Not known 17 July 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bishop Charles Louis Nepean Colonel Royal Marine Artillery 20 January 1917 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Bishop Charles Percival PLY/19130 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry,HMS Egmont 19 11 October 1918 Malta Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery
Bishop George PLY/22433 Marine Royal Marines HMS Barham 37 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Inscription: Memorial Headstone
Bishop George Henry PLY/X 3167 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Spartan. Not known 29 January 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of James William and Clara Bishop; husband of Winifred Mary Bishop, of Honicknowle, Devon.
Bishop Timothy Roland PO/X 101978 Sergeant 48 Commando RM 21 6 June 1944 United Kingdom Dosthill (St. Paul) Churchyard Killed at St. Aubin-sur-Mer. St. Paul's cemetery NE corner.
Bisson John PO/17006 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 3rd R.M. Bn 22 18 December 1918 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Lancashire Landing Cemetery Son of Edith Armitstead (formerly Bisson), of 6, Hill St., Higher Broughton, Manchester, and the late John Bisson.
Bittle Kenneth Lewis RME/10972 Marine Royal Marine Engineers 23 10 June 1943 United Kingdom Pembroke Dock (Llanion) Cemetery Son of William John and Minnie M. Bittle, of Pembroke Dock.
Black Arthur Deal/4274 (S) Private Royal Marines Medical Unit RN Division 22 12 April 1918 France Varennes Military Cemetery Son of Charles Henry and Mary Jane Black, of Manchester.
Black Arthur Charles RMB/X 1611 Bandmaster 1st Class Royal Marines Band 47 27 November 1941 United Kingdom Parish Church Graveyard, Porchester Castle World War 1939 - 1945 burial
Black Cecil John Trower Second Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 18 9 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of William and Sarah Jarvis Black.
Black Thomas Deal/13809(S) Private Royal Marine Labour Corps 48 1 February 1919 United Kingdom Belfast City Cemetery Son of Samuel and Jane Black; husband of Sarah Taylor (formerly Black), of 102, Urney St., Belfast. Born at Belfast.
Blackamore Thomas Henry PO/79 (S). Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 9 September 1918 Germany Hamburg Cemetery
Blackburn Albert Edward RMB/X 838 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Dunedin 20 24 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Joseph and Elizabeth Blackburn, of Walton, Liverpool.
Blackburn Augustus CH/861(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial
Blackburn Ernest Badger RMA/13311 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Crescent 25 5 May 1920 United Kingdom Southport (Duke Street) Cemetery Son of Fredrick and Sarah Jane Blackburn, of 17, Clifford Rd., Birkdale, Southport.
Blackburn Herbert Deal/3778(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit R.N. Div. Not known 14 September 1915 Greece East Mudros Military Cemetery Husband of Annie Blackburn, of 356, Leeds Rd., Nelson, Lancs.
Blackburn Lawrence Albert CH/1223(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 17 17 February 1917 France Queens Cemetery, Bucquoy Son of F. W. Blackburn, of 28, Court Lodge Rd., Gillingham, Kent.
Blacker Alexander EX/1756 Marine Royal Marines 1st R.M. A.A. Regt. 24 23 June 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Robert V. Blacker and Florence M. Blacker; husband of Leonie B. Blacker, of Midsomer Norton, Somerset.
Blacker Walter Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 52 10 August 1904 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Blackett Frederick William Stanley PLY/X4134 Marine Royal Marines 38 4 August 1959 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Blackford George PLY/2411 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Victory. 39 19 June 1919 United Kingdom Lynton Church Cemetery Son of John Blackford; husband of Ethel Minnie Blackford, of 30, Stratford Rd., Kensington, London. Born at Ilfracombe.
Blackham Charles Frederick RMB/3070 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Fiji 30 23 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Edward John and Caroline Blackham.
Blackham Sydney Gerald PLY/X 106587 Marine Royal Marines H.M. L.C.F. 1. 21 17 August 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Blackman Ernest Alfred RMA/5538 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Defence. 41 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Horsey George and Martha Blackman, of Southsea, Portsmouth.
Blackman Horace William CH/1114(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 7 July 1917 France Arras Memorial
Blackman James Walter Reginald Thomas PLY/X22306 Marine Royal Marines 22 29 July 1929 Greece Volos Result of explosion in X gun turret. Photo of memorial ceremony 2004 by Barry Spooner Royal Marine Artillery Windsor.
Blackman William Stephen Major Royal Marine Light Infantry 68 7 November 1924 United Kingdom South Brent Cemetery, Devon Grave, Right of main gate, Grave 21, Row 7 Cemetery on Station Approach
Blackmore John Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Div. 38 18 June 1889 United Kingdom No Place Field, Rn Hospital Ceme
Blackstock Edward Geils CH/11375 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R. M. Bn. R.N. Div. 35 18 August 1917 France Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun Son of Edward Geils Blackstock and Elizabeth Ewing Blackstock, of Dumbuck, Bowling, Glasgow.
Blackwell Arthur James PLY/10296 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Indefatigable. 31 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John and Harriet Blackwell; husband of Lena Grace Blackwell, of 35, Gas St., Wellington, Somerset.
Blackwell George PLY/X 1654 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Neptune. Not known 19 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Blagden Henry PO/6388 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 27 August 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Blair George Keith CH/X101096 Lance Corporal Royal Marines 26 24 April 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Blair, of Glasgow.
Blair Graham PO/X 101233 Marine Royal Marines 26 22 February 1946 United Kingdom Newcastle-Upon-Tyne (St. Nicholas) Cemetery Son of Joseph and Mary Blair; husband of Thelma Blair, of Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Blake Albert Henry PO/X 4970 Corporal Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando. 21 30 July 1944 Italy Bari War Cemetery Son of Albert Henry and Jane Blake, of Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.
Blake Alfred PO/13216 Private RMLI/RN Division 31 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel
Blake Arthur PO/14246 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Princess Irene. 27 27 May 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mrs. Emma Blake, of 72, Napier Rd., Tottenham, London.
Blake Christopher John PO/X 2146 Sergeant Royal Marines 35 12 November 1946 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Milton) Cemetery Husband of Joan Gladys Blake, of Mile End, Portsmouth.
Blake Ernest R. CH/X 103266 Marine Royal Marines 32 19 September 1941 United Kingdom Tynemouth (Preston) Cemetery Son of Joseph and Annie Blake; husband of Vera Blake, of Cleveleys, Lancashire.
Blake G Not known Private R. M. Battalion Not known 11 July 1864 Japan Yokohama Foreigners Cemetery HMS 'Conqueror' Memorial located at Yokohama, Foreigners Cemetery, Japan Inscription: Sacred to the memory of the undermentioned N.C.O's and Privates of the R.M. Battalion - buried within this enclosure
Blake Harold William CH/X3608 Marine Royal Marines 22 21 April 1945 United Kingdom Twickenham Cemetery Son of Ralph Percival and Florence Margaret Blake, of Streatham, London.
Blake James PO/2015 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 50 30 November 1916 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of James and Ann Blake, of Devizes, Wilts; husband of the late Alice Blake.
Blake James Victor John RMA/14910 Gunner Royal Marines Artillery 28 14 July 1918 United Kingdom Portland Royal Naval Cemetery
Blake John Philip CH/66 Captain Royal Marines, 43 Commando RM 26 2 June 1944 Yugoslavia Belgrade War Cemetery 43 Commando RM took part in the attack on German fortified positions on the Island of Brac, Yugoslavia, 2 - 4 June, 1944 Havant Town War Memorial, Hampshire. Captain Blake served in the RM Commandos. Inscription: In Memoriam, John Philip Blake, M.C., B.A. ( Cantab.), Acting Captain, RM, killed in action while serving with 43 Commando, 2 June, 1944
Blake Montague Harold PLY/19403 Marine Royal Marines 44 8 December 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth (Weston Mill) Cemetery Son of William George and Louisa Kate Blake; husband of Mabel Beatrice Blake, of Crownhill, Plymouth.
Blake Victor Brett PO42050X Marine Commando Logistic Regiment RM 23 20 March 1988 United Kingdom Roman Grove Cemetery, Porchester
Blakeman Alexander John RMA/11551 Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery 28 24 November 1919 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Highland Road) Cemetery Son of Charles Thomas Blakeman, of 5, Ringwood Rd., Eastney, Portsmouth, and the late Ann Eliza Blakeman.
Blakeway (1) Benet Carr CH/X 5377 Marine 3 Commando Brigade RM 26 9 February 1956 Cyprus Wayne'S Keep Cemetery Wayne's Keep Cemetery where most British service personnel are buried is located in the UN Buffer Zone. Marine Blakeway's name is listed on the British Cyprus Memorial which is located in the Turkish Sector.
Blakeway (2) Benet Carr CH/X 5377 Marine 3 Commando Brigade RM 26 9 February 1956 Cyprus British Cemetery Nicosia Inscription: The Lord thy God is with thee whither soever thou goest
Blakey Eric EX/2563 Corporal Royal Marines 23 22 May 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Fred and Annie Blakey, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire; husband of Elsie May Blakey, of Grimsby.
Blakey James Robert PO/15659 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 26 4 November 1918 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Owen and Catherine Ellis, of Rhiw Bryfdir, Blaenau-Festiniog.
Blakey John PO/1049(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Renown 24 26 February 1919 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of John and Elizabeth Ann Blakey, of 30, Oak St., York Rd., Leeds.
Blanchard Frank PO/6754 Colour Sergeant Portsmouth Battalion, RN Division Not known 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial First World War - located Fareham High Street, Hampshire
Blanchard William PO/6076 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 22 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli The monument was removed from its original site near Portsmouth City Guildhall in 1903.
Bland Edgar CH/1659(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Bland Ernest PO/881(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 20 13 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Charles Bland, of Low Farm, Serlby, Bawtry, Doncaster.
Bland Thomas PO/1069 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 62 18 July 1923 United Kingdom Annes Hill Cemetery, Gosport
Blandford Bert PLY/X 711 Marine Royal Marines HMS Exeter 26 13 December 1939 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Killed in the battle of the River Plate.
Blandford Henry Charles Geoffrey Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marines 49 21 May 1947 Sri Lanka Colombo (Liveramentu) Cemetery Son of the Venerable Henry Weare Blandford, B.A., and Elisabeth S. Blandford; husband of Irene A. A. M. Blandford, of Bordighera, Italy.
Blandford Isaac Not known Sergeant Royal Marines 59 24 March 1860 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Blandford Leonard William RMB/X 727 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Penelope Not known 18 February 1944 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son William Henry and Dolly Blandford; husband of Peggy Blandford, of Portsmouth.
Blandford Sidney Herbert PO/15988 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Black Prince. 23 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Husband of Dora Buick (formerly Blandford), of 128, Landguard Rd., Eastney, Portsmouth.
Blane William Fairley CH/X 111997 Marine Royal Marines 28th Bn. 21 6 April 1945 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of James H. and Kate Blane, of Crosshill, Glasgow.
Blank Frederick James PLY/X 512 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Repulse. 30 10 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of William Henry Chatham Blank and Olive Gertrude Blank, of Slapton, Devon.
Blatchford Thomas Henry PLY/15599 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Defence. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Blatchford William PLY/6076 Private 2 Battalion RM 22 26 October 1917 United Kingdom Dawlish War Memorial Devon
Blatchford William PLY/1971(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 26 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of John Blatchford, of Creedy Barton, Newton St. Cyres, Exeter.
Bleasdale James PLY/604(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div 20 27 December 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles Son of Edmund Bleasdale, of Carrington Rd., Carrington, Flixton, Manchester.
Blendell George RMA/6584 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery (H.Q. Eastney). 39 9 June 1916 United Kingdom Ticehurst (St. Mary) Churchyard Husband of Minnie L. Blendell, of 14, Troy Town, Peckham Rye, London. Born at Richmond.
Blessington Thomas PLY/8085 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hyacinth. Not known 22 March 1919 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Blick Ralph Gilbert PLY/2554 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 19 30 September 1918 France Sunken Road Cemetery, Boisleux-St. Marc Son of Albert Edwin and Ada Meta Blick, of High Field Place, Paganhill, Stroud, Glos.
Blohm Robert Henry PLY/X 10030 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Prince of Wales. Not known 16 February 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Blomeley James David Cadet RM Cadet Corps Chatham 9 4 December 1951 United Kingdom Gillingham New Cemetery After Dark on the evening of 4 december, 1951, a bus ran into a marching group of Royal Marines Cadets, of whom 24 died. 22 are buried in Gillingham New Cemetery ( Naval & Military Section ), including 3 in its Roman Catholic enclave. Inscription: We cannot, Lord, Thy purpose see, but all is well that's done by Thee
Bloom Joseph Henry PO/6876 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Good Hope. Not known 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Adopted son of Charlotte Taylor, of Bloomfield St., Nymagee, New South Wales, Australia.
Bloom William George PLY/10288 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Monmouth. Not known 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Bloomfield Alfred PO/8116 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Div. 42 3 June 1920 United Kingdom Caister Old Cemetery Son of Samuel Bloomfield.
Bloomfield William Harry CH/893(S) Private 1 Royal Marine Battalion 20 23 March 1918 France Arras Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bloomfield, of 7, Anne St., Greenhill, Swansea.
Bloor Robert EX/5021 Corporal Royal Marines 11th Bn. R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 27 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Bloss Ronald George CH/X111643 Marine 40 Commando RM 84 10 October 2007 United Kingdom Not known Plaque in his memory at 40 Commando memorial at the Chine, Isle of Wight
Blows William CH/11790 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/IC/67). S.S. Hunsbridge. 38 7 September 1917 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Husband of F. Blows, of Long Crendon, Thame, Oxon. Native of Royston, Herts.
Bloxham Robert PLY/X 1929 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 20 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Walter Thomas Bloxham and Pheobe Bloxham, of Birmingham.
Bluck John Arthur PO/X117494 Marine Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando. 19 6 March 1944 Italy Anzio War Cemetery Son of Percy and Agnes Maud Bluck, of Warrington, Lancashire.
Bluett Samuel George PLY/19717 Marine Royal Marines 44 11 January 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth City Crematorium Son of Robert and Mary Bluett; husband of Florence May Bluett, of Stonehouse, Plymouth.
Blundell Arthur CH/18831 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div Not known 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Blunden Arthur Edwin EX/5155 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O. 23 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Arthur Henry and Myra Jane Blunden, of Fontley, Hampshire.
Blundy Harold PLY/1587(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial
Blundy Stanley Frank PLY/22076 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Illustrious. 34 10 January 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Frank and Emily Blundy; husband of Frances Blundy, of Stonehouse, Plymouth.
Blunkell Henry Edward PO/X 3842 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Fiji. Not known 23 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Blyth Augustus Frederick Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 25 20 August 1871 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Blyth Claude Reginald CH/16620 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry S.S. Northumbria 23 9 January 1919 United Kingdom Embleton (Spitalford) Cemetery Son of Fredrick George Blyth.
Blyth Eric Joseph PLY/X 5332/ S005332X Colour Sergeant Royal Marines 57 5 November 1986 United Kingdom St John In The Wilderness Church
Boag Richard PO/X 4210 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 19 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of John William and Jane Boag.
Board John Charles PLY/1788(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 6 November 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of William Henry and Emily Board, of 28, Elm Grove, Newport, Isle of Wight.
Boardman Albert RMA/10135 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Aboukir. 27 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mary Ann Boardman, of 24, Liverpool St., Bolton, and the late John Boardman.
Boardman Harry Second Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry R.N. Div. (Reserve) 21 16 July 1917 United Kingdom Rotherham (Moorgate) Cemetery Son of George Henry and Catherine Elizabeth Boardman, of 7, Nelson St., Rotherham. Served (as Serjt.) with 6th Bn. Lincolnshire Regt. in France. Born at Rotherham.
Boardman William PO/X 102664 Marine 48 Commando RM 28 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Killed at St. Aubin -sur-Mer. BWC Plot XlV, row A, grave 1. Inscription: Dearest husband of
Bocutt Alfred Arthur PO/21632 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood 38 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Alfred Arthur and Jessie Bocutt; husband of Dorothy Ada Emily Bocutt, of Southsea, Hampshire.
Boddy Walter Milson PO/18767 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Iron Duke 24 21 July 1921 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Haidar Pasha Cemetery Son of Mr. and Mrs. Boddy, of North St., Scalby, Scarborough.
Bodely Henry John RMA/9217 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Princess Royal. 41 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of the late George Bodely.
Boden Cyril Alexander PLY/14398 Sergeant RMLI/RN Division 26 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of the late John and Mary Jane Boden, of Sheffield.
Boden Thomas PO/X 382 Marine Royal Marines 36 21 June 1943 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Gosport
Bodinnar James Henry PO/1625 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 29 8 June 1917 France Ste. Catherine British Cemetery Husband of Beatrice Mary Bodinnar, of Railway Villas, Blowing House, Redruth, Cornwall.
Boffin John RM15759 Sergeant Royal Marines 69 21 January 2001 United Kingdom Milton Cemetery, Portsmouth
Bohagan Philip Not known Marine Royal Marines Not known September 1814 United States of America Crab Island, Lake Champlain Royal Marine Artillery Ontario in attendance September 2010.
Bohan John PO/1216(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 29 31 October 1918 Germany Berlin South-Western Cemetery Royal Naval Division
Boissier William Arthur Marshall Lieutenant Royal Marine Artillery Howitzer Bde. R.N. Div. Not known 27 July 1917 Belgium Coxyde Military Cemetery
Bolam Edward Charles PO/X120358 Marine Royal Marines No. 44 R.M. Commando. 19 23 January 1945 Myanmar Taukkyan War Cemetery Son of James F. W. Bolam and Matilda Bolam.
Bolden Frederick Francis RMA/14479 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Vanguard. 21 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Walter and Sarah Martha Bolden, of 70, Millias Rd., Bush Hill Park, Enfield, Middx.
Bolderston James Joseph PLY/17342 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Defence. 22 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Mary Ann Bolderston, of 1, Back, Walmsley St., Fleetwood, Lancs.
Bolding Thomas PO/402 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 36 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli The monument was removed from its original site near Portsmouth City Guildhall in 1903.
Bolland Henry PO/16794 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 26 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of John and Sarah Flora Bolland, of 10, Linden Terrace, Devizes, Wilts.
Bolt William Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 64 30 March 1907 United Kingdom Exwick Road Cemetery, Exeter, De Section ST 9, Grave 2939
Bolton Ernest Alfred RMA/4121 (RMR A/704) Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 46 8 January 1919 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmouth Husband of Jessie Kate Bolton, of 52, Collins Rd., Eastney, Portsmouth.
Bolton Francis Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 67 31 July 1909 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth No headstone.
Bolton Harry PLY/10964 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Egmont. Not known 6 October 1915 Serbia Chela Kula Military Cemetery, Nis Serbian Obilitch Gold Medal. Son of Harry Charles Bolton and his wife, Charlotte Le Fonte; husband of Carrie Bolton, of 254, Due Porte, Senglea, Malta.
Bolton Isaac Robert CH/21743 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 20 21 May 1921 United Kingdom Great Yarmouth New Cemetery Memorial Tablet St. Michael and All Angels' Church, the Depot R. M., Deal Kent. ( Private Isaac Robert Bolton was killed in an ambush 21 May, 1921 ).
Bolton James Frederick CH/12380 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1909). H.M.S. Hogue. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bolton Samuel RMA/10352 Bombardier Royal Marine Artillery 29 3 April 1917 Tanzania Dar Es Salaam War Cemetery Son of James and Mary Ann Bolton, of Magherascouse, Co. Down. Ireland.
Bolwell Joseph PO/14785 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div. 25 1 May 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Joseph John and Alice Louise Bolwell, of 12, Hamam Rd., Salisbury.
Boncey Joseph James PO/11603 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Invincible 32 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial War Memorial 1914-1918, the Lyche Gate, the Parish Church of St. Mary, South Hayling, Hayling Island, Hampshire
Bond Alfred John PO/X 100850 Lance Corporal Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 24 6 December 1944 United Kingdom Rodbourne Cheney (St. Mary) Churchyard Son of Herbert and F. Allen Bond of Swindon.
Bond Andrew PO/18504 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Queen Mary. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bond Charles CH/969(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 32 24 November 1916 France St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen
Bond Elijah PO/22330 Marine Royal Marine Barracks, Eastney 27 23 June 1931 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Bond Frederick George PLY/1723(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Bond, of 39, Belmont Rise, Maidenhead.
Bond Frederick Noel PO/18388 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. President III. 45 31 October 1942 United Kingdom Hull Northern Cemetery Son of Thomas and Louisa Amy Bond.
Bond Walter PO/2285(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 22 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Walter and Margaret Bond, of 149, Govan Rd., Glasgow.
Bond William CH/1682(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 4 May 1917 Germany Niederzwehren Cemetery, Kassel
Bond (1) Herbert Goodchild PO/2533(S) Corporal RMLI/Royal Naval Division 38 28 September 1918 France Sucrerie British Cemetery
Bond (2) Herbert Goodchild PO/2533(S) Corporal RMLI/Royal Navy Division 38 28 September 1918 France Sucrerie British Cemetery, Graincourt-Les-Havrincourt Name inscribed on 1914-1918 War Memorial Plaque Selborne Church, near Alton, Hampshire.
Bone Harry RMA/12056 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Hogue. 24 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Edith C. Welch (formerly Bone), of 5, Dudley Terrace, East Liss, Hants.
Bone Percy James PO/X101277 Corporal 40 Commando RM 23 3 June 1944 Yugoslavia Belgrade War Cemetery Son of George Albert and Alice Ada Bone, of Palmers Green, Middlesex.
Bone William Joseph Mortimer PO/15058 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 13 September 1918 United Kingdom Purbrook (St. John The Baptist) Churchyard Son of Richard Bone of Hale's Cottage, Southwick, Fareham, Hants.
Boneham Norman PO/X 4228 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 18 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mrs. E. Boneham, of Coventry.
Bones Thomas PO/2132 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 30 September 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial
Bonfield George Joseph CH/17916 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. 24 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Albert and Charlotte Bonfield, of 6, Long Lane, East Finchley, London.
Bonfield James George CH/14967 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1574). H.M.S. Hawke. Not known 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bonfield Leonard RMB/X 310 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Trinidad 27 29 March 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Rueben and Eiarriet Bonfield; husband of Doris May Bonfield, of Kidderminster, Worcestershire.
Boniface William George PO/X 3924 Lance Corporal Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. 23 12 April 1945 Germany Becklingen War Cemetery Son of Albert Henry and Alice Rhoda Boniface, of Hampden Park, Sussex.
Bonnard John Willie PO/X 133 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. Not known 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bonner Walter Clive RMB/X 180 Band Corporal Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Royal Oak 26 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Walter and Florence Bonner; husband of Bessie Ismay Bonner, of East Rudham, Norfolk.
Bonner William PO/15171 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Black Prince. 25 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Martha Bonner, of 497, Abbeydale Rd., Sheffield. Born at Handsworth, Birmingham.
Bonnet Ernest Charles Second Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 27 October 1917 Belgium St. Julien Dressing Station Cemetery
Bontein Anthony James Lieutenant Royal Marines 9th Bn. 20 6 July 1943 United Kingdom Eastbourne (Ocklynge) Cemetery Son of John William Chalmers Bontein and Emmeline Frances Bontein, of Eastbourne.
Bonthron Thomas RMB/X 1101 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Barham Not known 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Booker Albert Edward RMB/2474 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Rodney. 39 23 December 1940 United Kingdom Grove Park Cemetery Husband of Grace Phyllis Booker, of Shotley Suffolk.
Booker Frank Victor RMA/11432 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Invincible. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Booker Frederick PO/X 14015 Marine Royal Marines 56 27 January 1943 United Kingdom Alton Public Cemetery, Hampshire Inscription: Ever in our thoughts
Boon Frederick John EX/1028 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Sea Serpent. 25 7 June 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Boon Robert PLY/X103134 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Charybdis. 38 23 October 1943 France Dinard English Cemetery Son of Frederick and Annie Boon, and stepson of John Hyde, of Manchester; husband of Clara Boon, of Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester.
Boote Harold PLY/X100930 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Exeter. 24 4 April 1945 Indonesia Ambon War Cemetery Son of William and Mary Ann Boote, of Flowery Field, Hyde, Cheshire.
Booth Ernest CH/16099 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. 24 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Emma Booth, of 11, Sutherland St., Sheffield.
Booth Harry PO/X 2977 Marine Royal Marines HMS Watchful 20 8 May 1941 United Kingdom Dunwich (St. James) Churchyard And Extension Inscription: On his soul sweet Jesus have mercy
Booth Harry CH/X 100749 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group. M.N.B.D.O.(L). 28 3 December 1941 Egypt Heliopolis War Cemetery Son of Charles Lawson Booth and Mary Jane Booth; husband of Margaret Booth, of Droylsden, Lancashire.
Booth William James PO/X117254 Sergeant Royal Marines 33 30 October 1945 United Kingdom Twickenham Cemetery Son of James and Maud Booth; husband of Vera Nellie Alice Booth, of Twickenham.
Boothby Ernest Walter CH/1470 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 15 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial
Boother William Frederick CH/15307 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Shannon. 29 24 October 1917 United Kingdom Wandsworth (Earlsfield) Cemetery Son of Mr. A. and Mrs. H. Boother, of 84, Strathville Rd., Earlsfield, London.
Boothroyd Geoffrey PO/X 3189 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Fidelity 22 1 January 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Edgar and Mabel Boothroyd.
Boothroyd Gordon PO/X120397 Marine Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. 19 13 June 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery Son of Edgar and Mabel Boothroyd, of Huddersfield. His brother Geoffrey also fell.
Boothroyd (1) Richard PO/18942 Private 6th Battalion Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 27 August 1919 Russia Murmansk New British Cemetery Commemorated on memorial at Brookwood Cemetery, London, for Royal Marines killed in 1919 intervention in North Russia.
Boothroyd (2) Richard PO/18942 Private 6th Battalion Royal Marine Light Infantry 20 27 August 1919 Russia Murmansk New British Cemetery Name also inscribed on Brookwood Memorial.
Boothroyd (3) Richard PO/18942 Private 6th Battalion Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 27 August 1919 Russia Murmansk New British Cemetery Name inscribed on Brookwood Military Cemetery Memorial. Royal Marine Light Infantry. Murmansk New British Cemetery.
Bootle John Francis RMB/X 649 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Barham Not known 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Booty Horace Thomas PLY/19511 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H Coy., H.M.S. Carnarvon 19 23 October 1918 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of Edith Anne Hill (formerly Booty), of 2, Chestnut Rd., West Wimbledon, London, and the late Thomas Booty. Born at Birmingham.
Boraman Richard John PO/16464 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hampshire. Not known 5 June 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Borne Frederick Lieutenant Royal Marines 47 Commando RM 20 11 August 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery Inscription: Truly he was exceedingly beloved of all who knew him
Borrow Charles Henry CH/350(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 3 June 1915 Egypt Cairo War Memorial Cemetery
Borthwick James CH/X117371 Marine Royal Marines 19 30 March 1946 United Kingdom Airdrie (St. Joseph'S) Roman Catholic Cemetery Son of James and Annie Borthwick, of Airdrie.
Bostock Clarence Goodman PLY/14811 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial
Bostock John CH/19897 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 23 April 1918 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery
Bostock Thomas PLY/10282 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Div. 35 4 February 1916 United Kingdom Church Minshull (St. Bartholomew) Churchyard Son of Matthew and Sarah Bostock, of Church Minshull, Middlewich.
Bostock (1) Harry Samuel RM 15473 Marine 40 Commando RM 19 15 July 1955 Cyprus British Cemetery Nicosia Inscription: In loving memory of our dear son so dearly loved so worthy of eternal remembrance
Bostock (2) Harry Samuel RM 15473 Marine 40 Commando RM 19 15 July 1958 Cyprus Wayne'S Keep Cemetery Wayne's Keep Cemetery where most British service personnel are buried is located in the UN Buffer Zone. Marine Bostock's name is listed on the British Cyprus Memorial which is located in the Turkish Sector.
Boston Henry CH/1647 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Div 34 22 January 1916 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent Husband of Harriet Boston, of 37, Queen Anne St., Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent.
Boswell Thomas William CH/X 111764 Marine Royal Marines No. 42 R.M. Commando. 21 31 January 1945 Myanmar Taukkyan War Cemetery, Rangoon Inscription: In loving memory of our dear son, who died for the cause in which he believed
Boswell William Deal/13057(S) Private Royal Marine Labour Corps 20 22 December 1917 France Boulogne Eastern Cemetery Son of John and Mary Boswell, of Birmingham.
Bothamley William PO/628/S Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 6 July 1918 France Gezaincourt Communal Cemetery Extension
Botley Albert George CH/X 101475 Marine 48 Commando RM 28 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Killed St. Aubin-sur-Mer. BWC Plot XlV, row A, grave 1.
Botting Frederick Charles PLY/1250(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 21 29 September 1918 France Sunken Road Cemetery,Boisleux-St. Marc
Botting George Ernest PO/1451(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 29 23 August 1917 France Lapugnoy Military Cemetery Husband of Dora May Botting, of 4, Jubilee Cottages, Broad St., Cuckfield, Sussex.
Bottomley Robert James PO/22159 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak 36 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Arthur James and Elizabeth Bottomley; husband of Gladys May Bottomley, of Dereham, Norfolk.
Bottomore William PO/70(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 25 September 1917 France Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun Son of Mrs. F. Bottomore, of go, Radford Rd., Hyson Green, Nottingham.
Bottrill Charles Henry PLY/21281 Corporal Royal Marines Not known 24 September 1940 United Kingdom Belfast City Cemetery
Bottrill John Thomas PLY/295(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Div. 26 17 July 1917 United Kingdom Anstey Cemetery Son of John Thomas and Sarah Jane Bottrill, of 125, Church Lane, Anstey.
Boughey John RME/1299(S) Private Royal Marine Engineers 18 5 November 1918 United Kingdom Stoke-On-Trent (Longton) Cemetery Son of John and Mary Ellen Boughey, of 22, Anchor Place, Longton.
Boughton Percy William RME/1202(S) Private Royal Marine Engineers Not known 30 July 1918 United Kingdom Ramsgate Cemetery Son of Mrs. L. Boughton, of 36, Winstanley Crescent, Ramsgate.
Boulter James PO/2186(S.) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Poelcapelle British Cemetery
Boulter Thomas James Whittle CH/9702 Private RMLI/RN Division 36 19 February 1917 France Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension
Boulton Thomas William PLY/870(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of John and Elizabeth Boulton, of 36, New Market St., Crewe.
Bounsall Keith RM21643 Marine 40 Commando RM 22 11 October 1969 Singapore Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore Photo courtesy WO1 Peter Forrester RM
Bourchier Henry Seton Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marines 83 20 May 1925 United Kingdom South Brent Cemetery, Devon Grave, Right of main gate, Grave 17, Row 9 Cemetery on Station Approach
Bourchier Phillip Lennox Walter Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry 31 6 September 1901 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Bourchier Robert Lennox Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marine Artillery 44 12 May 1882 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Bourke Bernard Daniel PLY/X 115536 Marine Royal Marines Not known 25 June 1946 United Kingdom Moston (St. Joseph'S) Roman Catholic Cemetery
Bourn Thomas CH/16140 Marine Royal Marines 57 13 July 1946 United Kingdom Liverpool (Ford) Roman Catholic Cemetery Husband of Annie Mary Bourn, of Liverpool.
Bourne Albert Victor Gunner Royal Marine Artillery HMS Victorious 22 26 October 1904 United Kingdom Portland Naval Cemetery Dorset
Bourne Frederick Eric Donald PLY/X 106138 Marine 48 Commando RM 19 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Killed St. Aubin-sur-Mer. BWC Plot XlV, row A, grave 22.
Bourner Charles Keith PO/X 4512 Marine Royal Marines HMS Aurora 21 23 December 1941 Malta Imtarfa Military Cemetery Son of R. J. Bourner and Caroline Bourner, of Tonbridge, Kent.
Bovingdon Leonard PO/214060 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. President III (S.S. Dalblair) 42 28 August 1940 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Richard and Elizabeth Bovingdon; husband of Rose Mary Bovingdon, of Milton, Southsea, Hampshire.
Bowden Alfred Arthur Thomas RMA/10630 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Defence. 32 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Ellen Bowden, of Herriard, Basingstoke.
Bowden Arthur George PLY/22549 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Tamar. 35 19 November 1940 China, (including Hong Kong) Hong Kong Cemetery Son of Arthur James Bowden and Margaret Annie Bowden; husband of Doris Bowden, of St. Budeaux, Plymouth.
Bowden Eric Sidney James PLY/X 100188 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Prince of Wales. 24 10 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Bowden Frederick Harold Denham PLY/352 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 23 17 November 1916 France Contay British Cemetery, Contay Son of W. H. and Mary L. Bowden, of Churchill Farm, Churchill, nr. Axminster, Devon.
Bowden George PLY/1856(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div Not known 30 September 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial
Bowden Harris PLY/1405(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial
Bowden John Gorst RMA/3265 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 24 21 August 1890 United Kingdom Chatham Military Cemetery - Fo J G Bowden, born 1866, Liverpool. Trade - engine cleaner, enlisted 1887, served Eastney, joined Chatham July6 1889. Inscription: Gunner Bowden Royal Marine Artillery was drowned in the River Medway at the Royal Engineers Regatta, 21 August, 1890. In the midst of Life we are in Death. Stone erected by Officers, NCO's, Gunners Royal Marine Artillery,NCO's, Sappers, RE and Friends.
Bowden John William Charles PLY/12887 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hyacinth. 34 22 March 1918 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John William and Jane Ann Bowden, of 13, John St., Plymouth.
Bowden Reuben PO/13755 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Jupiter 25 14 February 1909 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Bowden William Oscar Deal/3921 (S) Private RM Medical Unit/RN Division 30 14 November 1916 France Mesnil Communal Cemetery Extension Husband of Minnie Bowden, of 9, Abingdon St., Ashton-under-Lyne.
Bowden BEM Charles Henry PO/X5533 Drum Major Royal Marines Band 82 7 January 2011 United Kingdom Porlock Cemetery, Porlock, Somer
Bowen Albert Victor EX/982 Corporal Royal Marines No. 44 R.M. Commando. 26 30 January 1945 Bangladesh Maynamati War Cemetery Son of William and Winnie Bowen; husband of Gladys Beatrice Bowen, of Hammersmith, London.
Bowen Francis Storer Major Royal Marines,Eastney Barracks 36 1 April 1951 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Bowen Frederick Pickford PO/1462/(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 21 April 1916 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery
Bowen George Stanley CH/X101376 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group. M.N.B.D.O. 1. 24 31 January 1942 Poland Krakow Rakowicki Cemetery Son of Henry and Florence Bowen; husband of Lilian Susan Bowen, of Ilford, Essex.
Bowen Herbert PO/10256 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Ariadne 27 23 April 1907 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Bowen John Allan PO/X 112990 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.G. (L) 9. 19 24 June 1944 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of John Herbert and Violet May Bowen, of Burton-on-Trent.
Bowen Thomas Head CH/X101057 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 27 24 April 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Clementina Bowen, of Liverpool.
Bower Alwyne CH/17305 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Laurentic. Not known 25 January 1917 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bowering George Henry EX/1011 Lance Corporal Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 24 10 September 1943 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Lilian Bowering; husband of Isabella Wilson Bowering, of Hawick, Roxburghshire.
Bowerman Charles Gordon PO/17914 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Black Prince. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bowers Peter Henry PO/X2374 Marine Royal Marines, HMS Barham 23 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial War Memorial 1939-1945, the Lyche Gate, the Parish Church of St. Mary, South Hayling, Hayling Island, Hampshire
Bowes Leslie Lieutenant Royal Marines Group MNBDO 2 35 18 July 1943 Italy Syracuse War Cemetery,Sicily Son of Thomas and Jane Isabella Bowes, of Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Bowey Ronald Arthur Not known Physical Training Instructor Royal Marines 90 November 2009 United Kingdom Not known Joined Royal Marines 1938, served as PTI, became RN Photographer,Granada TV cameraman and Director Coronation Street and World in Action. Despite losing fingers and legs to diabetes visited graves of former close colleagues in Kranji Cemetery, Singapore.
Bowker Samuel PLY/X 100931 Bugler Royal Marines H.M.S. Galatea. 21 15 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Samuel and Eliza Bowker, of Manchester.
Bowkett Henry Irving PLY/X 108773 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Sphinx. 21 14 November 1944 Greece Phaleron War Cemetery Son of Redvers and Doris Bowkett, of Canton, Cardiff.
Bowles Ernest Gibson PLY/X101136 Marine Royal Marines 11th Bn. Not known 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Ernest Charles and Lily Bowles; husband of Edith Bowles, of Shotton, Flintshire.
Bowles Gordon Grant PO/16757 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. M22. 27 20 February 1919 Azerbaijan Baku Memorial Son of Mrs. R. A. Foot, of 53, Alma Rd., Woolston. Southampton.
Bowles Sidney William CH/19430 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 18 17 November 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Lancashire Landing Cemetery Son of Walter James and Emma Maria Bowles, of 55, Southerton Rd., Hammersmith, London.
Bowling (1) John RMA/4372 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli Plaque formerly in St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea
Bowling (2) John RMA/4372 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 21 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli The monument was removed from its original site near Portsmouth City Guildhall in 1903.
Bowman Gilbert PLY/2260 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 26 8 March 1918 France Orival Wood Cemetery, Flesquieres Son of Thomas Bowman, of Ellis Farm, Sherfield-on-Loddon, Basingstoke, Hants.
Bown Thomas Henry PLY/17215 Private 2nd Royal Marines Battalion 21 7 April 1918 France Pozieres Memorial Name inscribed on Memorial
Bownes John Edward CH/48 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 5 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Private in Chatham Battalion RN Division, Royal Marine Light Infantry. Commemorated on Helles Memorial and name listed on Mansfield Woodhouse memorial.
Bowring Roland George PO/X113234 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Queen Elizabeth. 19 18 November 1944 South Africa Durban (Stellawood) Cemetery Son of Joseph George and Amy Edith Bowring, of Coventry, England.
Bowser William PO/340(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 25 4 September 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Thomas and Mary Jane Bowser, of 2, New Post Office St., Shotton Colliery, Co. Durham.
Bowyer William Francis PLY/20798 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Dunedin. Not known 24 November 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Box Frederick Reginald Hugh PO/11349 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark 27 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent Son of Frederick and Miriam Box; husband of Edith Isabella Box, of 14, Caronado Rd., Forton, Gosports. Born at Gosport.
Boxall Alfred William PLY/7565 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/A/1072). H.M.S. Louvain. 46 20 January 1918 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Hannah Boxall, of Godalming, Surrey; husband of Mary Boxall, of 190, Franciscan Rd., Tooting, London.
Boxall Leslie Arthur PLY/X 1721 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Neptune. 23 19 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Boyce Arthur Anthony RMB/2103 Musician Royal Marine Band 51 24 December 1947 United Kingdom City Of London Cemetery And Crematorium, Manor Park Husband of Catherine Annie Elizabeth Boyce, of East Ham.
Boyce David George RMB/X 1060 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Uganda 20 13 September 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Arthur Anthony and Catherine Boyce; husband of Helen M. Boyce.
Boyce Gordon Edgar CH/X 103950 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Collingwood. 21 1 June 1944 United Kingdom Norwich Cemetery, Norfolk Son of Albert and Olive Alice Boyce, of Norwich.
Boyd David Constable Royal Marine Police, Special Reserve 49 31 December 1940 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Boyd David Wilson PLY/X 3052 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Prince of Wales. 21 16 February 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Husband of Charlotte Boyd, of Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Boyd Frank PLY/17571 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 22 13 November 1916 France Y Ravine Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Royal Naval Division. Known to be buried in this cemetery. Y Ravine Cemetery, Beaumont Hamel, France. Inscription: Their glory shall not be blotted out
Boyd Henry PLY/14258 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1044). H.M.S. Lady Cory Wright. Not known 26 March 1918 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Boyd James RME/6726(S) Private Royal Marine Engineers Not known 30 November 1919 United Kingdom Belfast City Cemetery
Boyd Thomas PLY/12524 Company Sergeant Major Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 25 August 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial
Boyd William Alexander RMB/1059 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Commonwealth. Not known 19 February 1919 United Kingdom Rosskeen Parish Churchyard Extensions (Or Burial Ground)
Boyland Charles PO/16677 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Glatton. 23 2 October 1918 United Kingdom Hemyock Cemetery, Culmstock Road Born at Hemyock. Son of Henry James and Hannah Charity Boyland, of Lower Oddle, Upottery, Honiton, Devon.
Boyle Thomas William PLY/15947 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Challenger Not known 2 March 1915 East Africa Douala Cemetery Located in the Commonwealth War Graves Plot. Royal Marine Light Infantry landing parties from HM ships took part in the Cameroons Campaign 1914 - 1916.
Boylin Frank RMA/7201 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Cyclops II. Not known 12 January 1918 United Kingdom Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery
Boyling Albert PLY/14997 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Defence. 22 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of James and Annie Boyling, of London.
Bracey Albert PLY/1131(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Bracey Frederick PO/X 3726 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Dunedin. 19 24 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Ernest Peter and Maria Bracey, of Hornsey, Middlesex.
Brackley Albert Frederick PO/X 110797 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group. M.N.B.D.O.1. 20 10 August 1943 South Africa Simon'S Town (Dido Valley) Cemetery Son of Richard George and Alice Jane Brackley, of Saltburn, Yorkshire, England.
Brackley Leslie Victor CH/X 2851 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.G.(L) 15. 21 25 April 1943 United Kingdom Milford Haven Cemetery Son of Walter Brackley, and Kate Jane Brackley, of Kingsbury, Middlesex.
Brackley William James CH/15959 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vanguard. Not known 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bradbury Ellis PO/37(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Bradder Sidney Charles PO/85/S Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 24 6 November 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Arthur and Ellen Bradder, of 26, Garden Rd., Mansfield, Notts.
Bradford Charles PO/X 101259 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 20 10 June 1941 Egypt El Alamein War Cemetery
Bradford Charles Edmund RMA/12849 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Lion. 28 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Edmund and Harriett Ann Bradford, of 60, Dewstow St., Corporation Rd., Newport, Mon. Native of Exmouth.
Bradford Frederick Daniel PLY/16853 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div 19 28 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Bradford, of 2, Tynant St., Grangetown, Cardiff.
Bradford Samuel Arthur RMA/10424 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery, HMS Emperor of India 37 7 February 1921 Malta Kalkara Naval Cemetery
Bradley Arthur John PO/X 4118 Sergeant 47 Commando RM 25 7 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: When the long Sabbath of the tomb is past we shall meet to part no more
Bradley Francis Harry PO/X 108065 Marine Royal Marines Not known 26 April 1946 United Kingdom Manchester (Gorton) Cemetery
Bradley John PLY/3067 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HQ 39 14 April 1906 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Bradley Reginald John C. CH/17049 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hawke. 21 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of John Thomas and Julia Kate Bradley, of 4, Bretons Cottages, South Hornchurch, Essex. Native of Harlow, Essex.
Bradley Samuel Sprentall RMA/15500 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Artillery H.Q. (Eastney) 21 6 February 1919 United Kingdom Plumstead Cemetery Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Bradley, of Great Ayton, Yorks; husband of Alma E. Bradley, of 52, Burwash Rd., Plumstead.
Bradley Thomas Henry Joseph PO/18070 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Div. Not known 11 November 1920 United Kingdom South Ealing Cemetery
Bradley William RME/2239(S) Private Royal Marine Engineers Not known 10 September 1918 United Kingdom Manchester (Gorton) Cemetery
Bradley William Joseph PLY/X 3580 Marine T Coy 40 Commando RM Not known 1 January 1943 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Plymouth Naval Memorial. Missing presumed KIA.
Bradley (1) Verdun Gregson EX/849 Marine 46 Commando RM 25 29 April 1945 Germany Hamburg Cemetery KIA River Elbe Inscription: Your loss was as bitter to me
Bradley (2) Verdun Gregson EX/849 Marine 46 Commando RM 25 29 April 1945 Germany Hamburg Cemetery, Ohlsdorf, 4a O KIA River Elbe
Bradshaw Albert RMB/1825 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Monmouth. 20 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William and Lily Bradshaw. Native of Leeds.
Bradshaw Edward PLY/16976 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 28 April 1917 France Orchard Dump Cemetery, Arleux-En-Gohelle Son of Edward and E. E. Bradshaw, of 33, The Ginnel, Port Sunlight, Birkenhead. Native of Wigan.
Bradshaw George PO/1352(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 22 6 November 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of John and Thurza Bradshaw, of 17, Station Rd., Bidston, Birkenhead.
Bradshaw Matthew CH/12547 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Aboukir. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bradshaw Maurice PO/X119182 Marine 601 LCM Flotilla RM 37 21 July 1944 Lost at sea Portsmouth Naval Memorial Itchenor Society Memorial Seat in memory of 601 LCM Flotilla lost in English Channel, including Sub Lt. Colin J. Backhouse RN and Stoker T. A. Race RN
Brady Charles PO/7666 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Dryad Not known 31 August 1916 United Kingdom Woodgrange Park Cemetery, East Ham
Brady Douglas RMP/X105 Constable Royal Marine Police Not known 10 March 1944 United Kingdom Charmouth Cemetery Son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur John Brady; husband of Elizabeth Clara Brady, of Bridgwater, Somerset.
Brady Robert William PLY/X 905 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hermes. Not known 9 April 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Bragg Albert Harold PO/X 100314 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glasgow. 21 3 December 1940 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Harold and Mary Ellen Bragg, of Dunkirk, Nottingham.
Bragg William Charles PLY/12442 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Monmouth. Not known 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Braham (1) Edward PO/1812 Quarter Master Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 79 31 August 1938 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport
Braham (2) Edward PO/1812 Quarter Master Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 79 31 August 1938 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport
Brain George Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 23 11 January 1875 Japan Yokohama Foreigners Cemetery Gravestones of Royal Marine Ranks removed from their burial site after an earthquake
Brain George Bertram Geoffrey RMB/X 154 Bandmaster Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Bonaventure. 27 31 March 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Charles E. and Laura Brain, of Gosport, Hampshire.
Brain James Henry CH/20644 Private RMLI/RN Division 19 26 August 1918 France Bagneux British Cemetery, Somme
Bramble James John Major Royal Marines H.M.S. President. 60 4 May 1943 United Kingdom Golders Green Crematorium Son of Admiral James Bramble, C.B. and of Mary Ellen Bramble (nee Simmonds), of Emsworth, Hampshire; husband of Daisy Bramble, of South Kensington, London. Formerly District Commissioner, Omdurman, Sudan.
Brame Victor Cyril RMA/10242 Bandmaster Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Invincible. 31 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William and Emily Brame, of "Maisonnette," Pickford Rd., Bexley Heath, Kent. Native of Kennington, London.
Bramma Wilfred PLY/16018 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Exmouth. 21 1 December 1916 Greece Piraeus Naval And Consular Cemetery Son of Harry Bramma, of 3, Dunbar Rd., Barkby Rd., Leicester. Born at Halifax, Yorks.
Brammar Gordon Douglas EX/1708 Marine Royal Marines RM 1st AA Regt 23 22 May 1941 Crete Suda Bay War Cemetery Son of Daniel Benjamin and Agnes Brammar, of Kingswood, Bristol.
Brammer Thomas Newsome PO/17930 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 4 February 1915 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery
Branch Walter James RAMC 7387468 Private attached 48 Commando RM 23 8 November 1944 Netherlands Bergen-Op-Zoom War Cemetery Killed at Serooskerke (W). BoZWC Plot 15, row C, grave 3.
Branch William CH/15250 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div Not known 29 April 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Branch William Edgar PO/8661 Lance Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial
Branchflower William James RMB/484 Musician Royal Marine Band 59 27 November 1947 United Kingdom Portchester (St. Mary) Churchyard Inscription: Asleep in God's Garden, free from pain, when life's journey is over, we'll meet again.
Brand Edward James Grant PLY/16330 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 23 24 November 1916 France Wimereux Communal Cemetery Son of Edward James Grant Brand and Bella Brand, of Aberdeen. Born at Southwark, London.
Brand William Hills PO/X 1776 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 24 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of George William and Kathleen Mary Brand; husband of Moira Joan Brand, of Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
Brander James Alexander PO/X4529 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Ramillies 20 27 November 1940 Egypt Ismailia War Memorial Cemetery Son of James A. Brander and Isabella Brander, of Duncanstone, Aberdeenshire.
Brandon Charles CH/X 107996 Marine Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 20 5 February 1945 Netherlands Waspik Protestant Churchyard Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Brandon, of Milwall, London.
Brandon George CH/8401 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B987). 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 40 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial Son of the late George Brandon; husband of the late Elizabeth Brandon.
Branfill Richard Bernard CH/14189 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bacchante 33 14 March 1919 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent Husband of Anna Branfill, of 203, Sayer St., Walworth, London.
Brannan Joseph PO/X105724(T) Marine Royal Marines 28 14 September 1942 Libya Tobruk War Cemetery Husband of Sarah Elizabeth Brannan, of North Shields, Northumberland.
Branson William Henry PO/332(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 22 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of William and Mary Branson, of Australia; husband of Florence Alma Branson, of 8, Dale Rd., Carlton, Nottingham.
Brant Ernest Henry PO/10511 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 3 December 1914 Belgium Gent City Cemetery
Brant Reginald RME/13814 Marine Royal Marine Engineers 26 29 March 1947 United Kingdom Pershore Cemetery Son of Ernest and Winifred Brant, of Pershore.
Branton John RM10101 Warrant Officer Class II Royal Marines 80 14 December 2012 United Kingdom St John In The Wilderness Church
Brasier Charles RMA/16599 Private Royal Marine Artillery, Eastney Barracks 17 24 September 1918 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Gosport Son of John and Alice Brasier, of 97, Liverpool Rd., Watford.
Brass Albert Edward PLY/X107782 Marine 3 RM H.A.A Regt 37 21 July 1943 Italy Syracuse War Cemetery, Sicily Son of Henry and Mary Brass, of Glastonbury, Somerset; husband of Lily Beatrice May Brass, of Glastonbury.
Bratby James Frederick PLY/3145 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/247). H.M.S. Goliath. 49 13 May 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Henry and Julia Bratby, of Congleton; husband of Mary Ellen Bratby, of II, Howey Lane, Congleton, Cheshire.
Bratley (headstone shows J Boatley in error confirmed by burial James PLY/1351 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery HMS Nile 38 16 November 1898 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Bray Samuel James PO/2383 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 25 August 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial
Bray William Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 35 10 February 1879 United Kingdom No Place Field, Rn Hospital Ceme Inscription: Pensioner
Braybrook Henry Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 45 4 January 1885 United Kingdom No Place Field, Rn Hospital Ceme Inscription: Pensioner
Braybrooke Charles William Major Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 24 March 1920 United Kingdom Rochester (St. Margaret's) Cemetery Located St. Michael and All Angels Church, the Royal Marines School of Music, Deal, Kent Inscription: To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Charles William Braybrooke, Royal Marine Light Infantry who enlisted as a Boy in 1882, retired with the rank of Major in 1919, and died 24 March, 1920, this window is dedicated.
Brazell William Deal/14208(S) Private Royal Marine Labour Corps Marseilles Coy. Not known 27 February 1919 France Mazargues War Cemetery, Marseilles
Brazier Harold G. CH/X100055 Marine Royal Marines 28 25 November 1945 United Kingdom West Ham Cemetery Son of Albert Edward and Beatrice Brazier, of Stratford.
Breach Ernest Thomas Lloyd PO/X 113949 Marine 47 Commando RM 20 7 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: Safe in the arms of God
Breadon Alexander Mair PO/X 125095 Marine Royal Marines 19 30 June 1946 United Kingdom Kaimshill Cemetery, Kilmarnock Son of Andrew and Mary Breadon, of Kilmarnock.
Breary William Robert CH/X2547 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Calcutta. 20 24 April 1941 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William and Kate Breary, of Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.
Brehme Reginald Herbert Ronald CH/X 103637 Sergeant Royal Marines No. 47 R.M. Commando. 22 2 November 1944 Netherlands Bergen-Op-Zoom War Cemetery Son of Albert Frank and Ada Ruth Brehme, of Southwark, London.
Bremner Alexander CH/X 104278 Marine 40 Commando RM 22 11 April 1945 Italy Argenta Gap War Cemetery Inscription: In memory of 'Sandy' - may he rest forevermore safe in God's
Bremner David PLY/3029 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 52 28 January 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery (R.M.R./A/493).
Bremner Peter RMA/9872 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Goliath. Not known 13 May 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Brennan Bernard PLY/X 817 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 26 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ashworth Brennan; husband of Caroline Emily Brennan, of Stockwell, London.
Brett Alfred Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 25 28 September 1864 Japan Yokohama Foreigners Cemetery HMS 'Conqueror' Memorial located at Yokohama, Foreigners Cemetery, Japan Inscription: Died of natural causes
Brett Arthur PLY/21003 Marine Royal Marines 52 7 November 1943 United Kingdom Woodbury Church Cemetery Grave B 043
Brett James PLY/1226(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 13 September 1918 France Conde-Sur-L'Escaut Communal Cemetery
Brett Thomas Cowper PLY/14752 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Monmouth. 24 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John Arthur and Ellen Brett, of 6, Woodseats House Rd., Woodseats, Sheffield.
Brett William Edward CH/19870 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Brewer Charles PLY/17287 Private RMLI/RN Division 21 27 September 1918 France Sucrerie British Cemetery, Graincourt-Les-Havrincourt
Brewer George Henry Gilbert RMA/11430 Corporal Royal Marines Artillery 30 23 April 1918 United Kingdom Dover (St. James'S) Cemetery Son of Mrs. Annie Brewer, of Walthamstow Villa, 25, Gordon Avenue, Portswood, Southampton.
Brewer James William CH/7085 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 44 10 June 1918 United Kingdom Brookwood 1914-1918 Memorial Husband of Mrs M Brewer,of 35 Umvar Street, Poplar.
Brewer Ronald George Stephen RMB/X 1015 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Trinidad Not known 29 March 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Brewer Thomas EX/4332 Marine Royal Marines 23 3 October 1942 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery
Brewer William PO/17471 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Brewerton Abraham Harim PO/16598 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Black Prince. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mary Ann Brewerton, of 41, Gordon Rd., Gosport, Hants, and the late George Brewerton.
Brewis John Fenwick Lieutenant Royal Marines HMS Copra 22 16 June 1945 Burma Rangoon Military Cemetery Inscription: Beloved son of Gwendoline and the late Hugh Brewis of Prenton, Cheshire
Brewster Peter Albert CH/X 112900 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.F. 37. 19 1 November 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Albert John and Ruby Valentine Brewster, of Hove, Sussex.
Brice Edward Deal/553(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. Not known 6 August 1915 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery
Brice Peter Robert Deal/923(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. 20 25 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Skew Bridge Cemetery Youngest son of Bernard Henry and Elizabeth Jane Brice, of 39, Pagitt St., Chatham, Kent. Native of Lower Walmer, Kent.
Brideoake John Thomas CH/19588 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vanguard. 20 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Robert H. and Rhoda Brideoake, of 21, Clive St., Burnley, Lancs.
Bridge George Arthur PLY/263(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div 20 12 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Thomas Hilton Bridge and Annie Cicily Bridge, of 14, Central Avenue, Levenshulme, Manchester.
Bridgeman Charles Oliver CH/20209 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vanguard. 18 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of George and Emily Bridgeman, of 44, Prince's St., Swindon, Wilts.
Bridger Percy PO/2076 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 30 27 September 1918 France Proville British Cemetery Son of Alfred Bridger, of Villa Reseda, st Mary's Rd., Liss, Hants.
Bridges John PO/1118(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 23 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of John and Elizabeth Bridges, of 5, Barry Hedge Lane, Winshill, Burton-on-Trent.
Bridges William Fitzherbert PO/12019 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 32 5 June 1916 United Kingdom Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery Son of William and Ellen Bridges, of 33, Wisborough Rd., Southsea.
Bridle Arthur PO/10202 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1281). H.M.S. Viknor. Not known 13 January 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bridle Edward George PO/X 2390 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 23 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Edwin James Bridle, and of Jane Bridle, of Bournemouth, Hampshire.
Bridle Harry Thomas PO/15864 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark. Not known 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Brierley James Elliot Deal/3878(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div. Not known 16 March 1918 France St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen
Brierley Jesse CH/17913 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial HMS Formidable, Royal Marine Light Infantry. Commemmorated Chatham Naval Memorial.
Briggs Ernest Edward PLY/16972 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Orchard Dump Cemetery, Arleux-En-Gohelle
Briggs Walter PLY/7891 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS London 37 11 January 1915 United Kingdom Portland Royal Naval Cemetery
Bright David William PO/19118 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 7 October 1918 France Etaples Military Cemetery Son of Charlotte Bright, of 52, Meeting House Lane, Peckham, London. Native of Camberwell, London.
Bright Frederick George PO/16995 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div Not known 20 September 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery
Bright Herbert PO/216315 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak. Not known 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bright John PO/658(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 25 13 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Samuel James and Emily Bright, of 60, Elgar Rd., Reading; husband of Nora Alice Bright, of 90, Pell St., Reading.
Brightman (1) Harold Lawrence PLY/X 1874 Marine Royal Marines HMS Exeter Not known 18 May 1945 Indonesia Ambon War Cemetery Marine Brightman survived when HMS Exeter was sunk. He died in a Japanese Prisoner of War Camp 18 May, 1945. ( Refer entry 507 ). Inscription: ( In Book of Remembrance at Kimbolton Parish Church, Cambridgeshire, Marine Brightman is shown as Bombardier ).
Brightman (2) Harold Lawrence PLY/X 1874 Marine Royal Marines HMS Exeter Not known 18 May 1945 Indonesia Ambon British Cemetery, Moluccas
Brill James Albert CH/376(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 3 May 1915 Egypt Alexandria (Chatby) Military And War Memorial Cemetery
Brimelow Jack PLY/324(S) Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium St. Julien Dressing Station Cemetery
Brimelow William PLY/438 (S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 24 18 June 1921 United Kingdom Abram (St. John) Churchyard Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Brimelow, of 275, Warrington Rd., Abram.
Brind-Sheridan Paddy Kendall Major Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. Not known 1 November 1944 Netherlands Bergen-Op-Zoom War Cemetery
Brindle (1) Joseph Stanley PLY/22157 Marine Royal Marines Not known 29 July 1929 Greece Volos Cemetery Wreath laying ceremony for those who died in the explosion on board HMS 'Devonshire'
Brindle (2) Joseph Stanley PLY/22157 Marine Royal Marines Not known 29 July 1929 Greece Volos Cemetery Result of explosion in X gun turret. Photo of memorial ceremony 2004 by Barry Spooner Royal Marine Artillery Windsor.
Brindley George Abraham PO/X777 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Penelope. Not known 18 February 1944 Italy Naples War Cemetery
Brindley Joseph William CH/19896 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 5 September 1918 France Queant Road Cemetery, Buissy Son of Joseph David and Miriam Brindley, of Corner House, Biggin, Hartington, Buxton, Derby.
Brindley DCM Joseph William CH/19396 Private RMLI/RN Division 20 5 September 1918 France Queant Road British Cemetery
Brine Reginald Henry PLY/19355 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Lion. Not known 22 March 1918 United Kingdom Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery
Brinkhurst Percy Edward CH/8623 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 15 April 1915 United Kingdom Croydon (Mitcham Road) Cemetery
Brinkworth John William CH/20337 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry R.M. Depot (Deal), 18 15 January 1916 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery Son of John C. and Ellen E. Brinkworth, of 58, Longfield Rd., Dover.
Bristow Arthur Thomas RMA/10280 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Good Hope. Not known 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Britcher Charles William PO/X 3584 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Dunedin. Not known 24 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Brittan (1) Edward Pole Colonel Royal Marine Artillery 49 3 September 1911 United Kingdom All Saints Church, Wraxall Description: Babtistry Windows. Centre light 'Our Lord and Little Children'. Other lights 'Sarah and Isaac' and 'Hannah and Samuel'. Work by James Powel & Sons. Unveiled 19 May, 1912 by Admiral Sir A. W. Moore, GCB, GCVO, CMG. Inscription: ( Memorial formerly located St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea ).
Brittan (2) Edward Pole Colonel Royal Marine Artillery 49 3 September 1911 United Kingdom All Saints Church, Wraxall
Britton Clarence Victor PO/X 100335 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. Not known 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Britton Ernest CH/18323 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Clan McNaughton. Not known 3 February 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of John Britton, of 22, Barker St., Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs.
Britton Fred PLY/477(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div Not known 25 August 1917 France Erquinghem-Lys Churchyard Extension
Britton George PLY/1651(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Britton Henry William PO/X 100319 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Arethusa. 23 18 November 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Henry William Britton, and of Kate Britton, of Montpelier, Bristol.
Britton Percival Deal/501(S) Corporal Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. Not known 17 October 1915 Egypt Alexandria (Chatby) Military And War Memorial Cemetery
Broad Eric PO/X101588 Bugler Royal Marines HMS Erebus 18 9 April 1942 Sri Lanka Trincomalee War Cemetery RM Detachment. Inscription: They shall not grow old as we that are left shall grow old, age shall not weary them.
Broadaway John PO/1979(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Mary Ann Broadaway, of 254, Gadsby St., Attleborough, Nuneaton, and the late Joseph Broadaway.
Broadbent Albert Edward RMA/4663 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Ascension Not known 24 December 1915 St. Helena and Ascension Island Ascension Island New Cemetery
Broadbridge Allan RMA/10435 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Indefatigable. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Broadhead Philip Sridmore CH/X 111471 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.S. (L) 252. 21 1 November 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Herbert and Laura Broadhead, of Harrow, Middlesex.
Broadhead Willie PO/1439(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 22 8 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial Son of Mrs. E. A. Broadhead, of 2, First Avenue, Moorside, Kirkheaton, Huddersfield, and the late W. Broadhead.
Broadley Harry CH/X 105811 Corporal Royal Marines 26th Bn. 41 3 August 1944 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent Husband of Sarah Broadley, of Glasgow.
Broadribb Henry William PLY/X 294 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. Spartan. 34 29 January 1944 Italy Naples War Cemetery Son of Harry and Annie Broadribb; husband of Florence Anne Broadribb, of Plymouth.
Brockbank Maurice Chester Captain Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. 35 12 April 1945 Germany Becklingen War Cemetery Son of Clarence Jesse and Caroline Brockbank; husband of Marjorie Winifred Brockbank, of Ewell, Surrey.
Brockhurst James PLY/15133 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Indefatigable. 24 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Jesse and Harriett Brockhurst, of 4, Savona Place, Battersea, London.
Brockway Albert Edward CH/2164(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Jonah and Mary Brockway, of Crouch Lane, Winkfield, Windsor.
Brodley Fred PLY/2447(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 21 20 March 1918 France Aveluy Wood Cemetery (Lancashire Dump), Mesnil-Martinsart
Brogan Thomas William Second Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 21 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of John and Emma Brogan, of 46, Worthington Rd., Surbiton Hill, Surbiton, Surrey.
Broham Edmund Not known Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery 29 January 1865 Japan Yokohama Foreigners Cemetery HMS 'Conqueror' Memorial located at Yokohama, Foreigners Cemetery, Japan Inscription: Died of Smallpox at Yokohama
Bromfield Jesse CH/18140 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Clan McNaughton. 22 3 February 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Samuel Bromfield, of 16, Aswell St., Louth, Lincs, and the late Martha Bromfield.
Bromiley Jack PLY/705(S) Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 22 12 November 1917 Belgium Dozinghem Military Cemetery Son of Stanley and Alice E. Bromiley, of 12, Romer St., Tong Fold, Bolton.
Bromley Horace Charles PO/949(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 25 11 September 1917 France Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun Son of Elizabeth Bromley, of Leicester; husband of Florence Louisa Bromley, of 6, Hextall Cottages, Carley St., Leicester.
Brook Frank PLY/2755 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 23 8 October 1918 France Delsaux Farm Cemetery, Beugny Brother of Miss Beatrice Brook, of 29, Banks End Rd., Upper Edge, Elland, Yorks.
Brook Reginald PLY/17630 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S.London. 22 31 July 1919 United Kingdom Shelf (Bethel) Methodist Chapelyard Son of Tom Brook, of 101, Clipstone St., West Bowling, Bradford.
Brooke Jacob Bennett PO/1126 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 24 2 September 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial Son of Jacob and Ada Bennett Brooke, of 2, Church Hill Place, Stanningley, Leeds.
Brooke Peter PO/905(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. DIv. 26 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of Benjamin and Bertha Brooke, of 63, Carr St., Hebburn-on-Tyne.
Brooker Edmund Aubrey PO/X113159 Marine Royal Marines 18 20 August 1942 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of Edmund and Mabel Brooker of Reading, Berkshire.
Brooker Frederick George CH/16332 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Conquest. Not known 28 March 1916 United Kingdom Shotley (St. Mary) Churchyard
Brookes Arthur EX/4665 Marine Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 25 3 February 1945 Netherlands Waspik Protestant Churchyard Son of Arthur and Edith Maud Brookes, of Hockley, Birmingham.
Brookes James Alfred EX/3707 Marine 43 Commando RM 24 3 June 1944 Yugoslavia Belgrade War Cemetery Son of Mrs. M. Brookes of Hull.
Brookes Thomas PLY/711(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 23 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brookes, of 188, Bumble Hole Rd., Netherton, Dudley, Worcs.
Brookfield Charles PO/123(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 12 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Brookin James Frederick PO/X 2950 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak. 18 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas Charles Brookin, and of Alice Brookin, of Smethwick, Staffordshire.
Brookin William Albert RMA/7781 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery HMS Good Hope 25 19 December 1906 United Kingdom Portland Naval Cemetery Dorset
Brookman Peter PLY/X112111 Marine Royal Marines 601 LCM Flotilla 19 21 July 1944 Lost at sea Plymouth Naval Memorial Itchenor Society Memorial Seat in memory of 601 LCM Flotilla lost in English Channel, including Sub Lt. Colin J. Backhouse RN and Stoker T. A. Race RN
Brooks Alfred Arthur CH/18790 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial Son of John Henry and Susanna Brooks, of 57, Norfolk House, Regency St., Westminster, London.
Brooks Alfred Harold CH/12955 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1888). H.M.S. Cressy. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Brooks Arthur Robert EX/937 Corporal Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. Not known 5 August 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery
Brooks Dennis Cyril CH/X104155 Marine Royal Marines 7th Bn. 20 31 August 1942 United Kingdom East Ham (St. Mary Magdalene) Churchyard Son of John Henry and Gertrude Rebecca Brooks, of East Ham.
Brooks Francis George PLY/16429 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Defence. 19 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Jane Brooks, of 27, Barton St., Barton Hill, Bristol.
Brooks Frederick PLY/X 100123 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Prince of Wales. 24 10 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Brooks Terrence Lancelot PO/X 4275 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 18 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Sydney B. and Mabel Brooks, of Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.
Brooks William Thomas CH/X 1950 Colour Sergeant Royal Marines 54 16 July 1942 United Kingdom Norwich (The Rosary) Cemetery Son of George and Helen Brooks; husband of Florence Elizabeth Brooks, of Norwich. Also served in the 1914-18 War.
Brooks (1) William Elias CH/X 103886 Corporal 46 Commando RM 21 11 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: God has him in his keeping - we have him in our hearts
Brooks (2) William Elias CH/X 103886 Corporal 46 Commando RM 21 11 June 1944 France Bayeux Military Cemetery, 15e 14 KIA Rots/Le Hamel
Broom Alfred Guy PLY/480(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of Alfred and Edith Broom, of 6, Alexandra Terrace, Totnes, Devon.
Broom Dennis Walter PO/X 2701 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Berwick. 20 25 December 1940 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Walter and Emily Elizabeth Broom, of Grundisburgh, Suffolk.
Broome Harold Leslie PO/X109954 Marine 3 RM H.A.A Regt 21 10 August 1943 Italy Syracuse War Cemetery, Sicily Son of Howard and Emily Broome, of Parkfields, Wolverhampton.
Broome John RMA/7422 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Virginian. Not known 8 November 1915 United Kingdom Leek Cemetery
Broomfield Murray EX/2568 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 24 22 May 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Robert C. Broomfield and Florence Elizabeth Broomfield, of Gateshead, Co. Durham.
Broomfield Samuel Frederick PLY/1624(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Broster Joseph PO/8804 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Brotherhood Richard Harry Deal/845(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. 38 23 February 1919 United Kingdom Hampstead Cemetery Son of Richard and Catherine Brotherhood, of 65, Sydney St., Chelsea, London; husband of Ellen H. Brotherhood, of 53, Annesley Avenue, Colindale, Hendon, London.
Brotton Harry PO/X 107381 Marine Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 22 9 September 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of James and Elizabeth Brotton, of Stokesley, Yorkshire.
Brough Sydney PO/18470 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 22 27 December 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles Son of Thomas and Sarah Ann Brough, of 142, Cinder Bank, Netherton, Dudley.
Broughton Alick Edward PO/X 3041 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak. Not known 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Browell George Barratt PO/X 2517 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 23 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Amy Browell, of Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Browett Alex John Hall PO/X 101154 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 23 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Brown Aaron CH/2641 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 25 August 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown, of 2, Army Cottages, Channon's Hill, Fishponds, Bristol.
Brown Adam Robert P061555T Marine 40 Commando RM 25 1 August 2010 United Kingdom Heathlands Cemetery, Yateley, Ha Afghanistan campaign named on CTCRM Memorial Wall
Brown Albert James PLY/6094 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Albion. Not known 23 May 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Brown Alexander Herbert RMA/3910 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery HMS Jupiter 43 24 July 1910 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Brown Alfred Frank CH/X 3102 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Penelope. 24 18 February 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Alfred and Florence Blanche Brown, of Kennington, London.
Brown Alfred John PO/6258 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Powerful 26 25 November 1899 Inscribed on S A War Memorial, Victoria Park, Portsmouth, Hampshire.
Brown Arthur PO/21742 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 40 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Arthur and Frances Emily Brown; husband of Kathleen Brown, of Crowland, Lincolnshire.
Brown Arthur Douglas PO/13014 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Queen Mary. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Brown Brien PLY/1413(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial
Brown Cecil Thomas Brigadier Royal Marines R.M. Group. M.N.B.D.O.L. 47 24 July 1942 India Madras War Cemetery, Chennai Son of Lt.-Col. Frank Brown and Jane Brown, of Maidstone, Kent; husband of Olga Brown.
Brown Charles Bradlaugh PO/653(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 22 7 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles Son of Rose Brown, of 41, Bright St., Dewsbury, and the late Benjamin Brown.
Brown Charles Edward CH/X 3274 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Gloucester. 20 22 May 1941 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Charles and Ada Brown, of Maidstone, Kent.
Brown Charles Henry CH/19879 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry D Coy. 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 26 February 1917 France St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, of "The Lawn," Norwich Rd., Wroxham, Norfolk. Native of Coltishall, Norwich.
Brown Charles James PO/15879 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark. 22 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Charles William Brown, of 46, New St., Gloucester, and the late Mrs. Brown.
Brown Cyril Charles John PLY/X2584 Marine Royal Marines 33 19 February 1942 Singapore Singapore Civil Hospital Grave Memorial Inscription: The soldiers whose memory is honoured here perished in captivity in 1942 and lie buried in one grave in the grounds of Singapore Civil Gnereal Hospital.
Brown Dennis George CH/X 447 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Sussex. 30 4 February 1940 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Robert George and Anne Louie Brown; husband of Ellen May Brown, of Rochester, Kent.
Brown Edwin PO/X 111439 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Condor. 20 11 November 1942 United Kingdom Golborne (St. Thomas) Churchyard Son of Edwin Albert and Jane Brown, of Golborne.
Brown Ernest Henry RMA/5825 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Conqueror, 37 15 December 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Brown of Portsmouth.
Brown Ernest William PO/19752 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 22 16 July 1920 United Kingdom Thatcham Cemetery Son of Mrs E Brown, of Turn Fields, Thatcham.
Brown Francis Samuel PO/8971 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/582). H.M.S. Motagua. 39 19 March 1918 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Francis Samuel and Mary Brown, of Portsmouth; husband of Alice Maud Mary Brown, of Bourneville, Hillbourne, Broadstone, Dorset.
Brown Frank PLY/13829 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial
Brown Fred Walter CH/10352 Lance Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/471) Chatham Bn. R.N. Div Not known 13 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Brown Frederick RMB/2362 Musician Royal Marine Band 45 30 September 1946 United Kingdom Portchester (St. Mary) Churchyard Inscription: A loving husband, a kindly father, our loved one left us Heaven to gain. Asleep in God's Garden, free from pain, when life's journey is over, we'll meet again.
Brown Frederick CH/13291 Private RMLI/RN Division 33 9 September 1917 France Ste. Catherine British Cemetery
Brown Frederick Charles PO/17020 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 31 August 1919 United Kingdom Shedfield (St. John The Baptist) Churchyard
Brown Frederick James PO/7549 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Good Hope. 36 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of John and Isabella Brown of, Empingham, Rutland.
Brown George PO/X 116050 Marine Royal Marines 21 31 October 1944 United Kingdom Oldham (Greenacres) Cemetery Son of George and Selina Brown, of Oldham.
Brown George Edward PO/X 1724 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S Calypso. 23 12 June 1940 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Henry and Olive Brown, of Hardway, Hampshire.
Brown George Shipton PO/10513 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Good Hope. Not known 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Brown Harold RMA/14451 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Defence. 18 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Adopted son of Elizabeth Daniels, of 303, Aston Church Rd., Saltley, Birmingham. Native of Heaton Norris, Stockport.
Brown Harold PO/18606 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 22 August 1916 France Tranchee De Mecknes Cemetery, Aix-Noulette
Brown Harry Cliff Second Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 35 17 February 1917 France Queens Cemetery, Bucquoy Son of James and E. A. Brown, of Scarborough.
Brown Henry PO/4387 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Cordelia 25 25 November 1898 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Brown Herbert Henry RMA/11965 Bugler Royal Marine Artillery HMS Aboukir Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Name inscribed on Royal Marine Artillery Buglers Memorial Plaque formerly in St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea.
Brown Horace Robert PO/1429(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 25 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of Alfred and Caroline Brown, of 20, Pembroke Rd., Portsmouth.
Brown Jack PLY/X 109374 Marine Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando. 22 8 March 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John and Alice Beatrice Brown, of Blurton, Staffordshire.
Brown James CH/X 113689 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Copra. Not known 7 April 1945 India Kirkee War Cemetery
Brown James CH/23894 Marine Royal Marines 52 13 March 1945 United Kingdom Edinburgh (Saughton) Cemetery Son of Andrew and Nellie Howison Brown, of Edinburgh; husband of Agnes Brown, of Edinburgh. Also served in the 1914-18 War.
Brown James PLY/X 100838 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.(L). Not known 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Brown James Lewis PO/17633 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Deal Bn. R.N. Div Not known 13 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles
Brown John PLY/X 2140 Corporal Royal Marines HMS Prince of Wales 26 8 July 1943 Thailand Kanchanaburi War Cemetery RM Detachment. Inscription: No day dawns, no night returns, but we remember thee.
Brown John CH/13110 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1993) Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 30 8 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Beach Cemetery, Anzac Husband of Emma Brown, of 13, Palliser Court, Barons Court, West Kensington, London.
Brown John Clark EX/4841 Lance Corporal Royal Marines 24 19 September 1942 Libya Tobruk War Cemetery Son of John and Margaret Brown, of Musselburgh, Midlothian.
Brown John Edwin PO/13676 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1418). S.S. Dalewood (London) 30 26 February 1918 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Life Saving Certificate and Medal. Son of John and Emily Brown, of Bethnal Green, London; husband of Lilian Sarah Brown, of 23, Richmond Rd., St. Ann's Rd., Tottenham, London.
Brown John Herbert EX/3617 Marine Royal Marines No. 42 R.M. Commando. 26 20 December 1943 United Kingdom Lincoln (Newport) Cemetery Son of George Herbert and Gertrude May Brown, of Lincoln; husband of Joan Brown.
Brown John Neddrie CH/236/S Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 3rd R.M. Bn. 31 6 December 1918 Greece Portianos Military Cemetery Grandson of Charles Brown, of 50, Longate, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire.
Brown Joseph PLY/12301 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Monmouth. 28 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. A. and Mrs. S. E. Brown, of 82, Dundee Lane, Ramsbottom, Lancs.
Brown Kenneth CH/X3175 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Phoebe. 19 12 July 1942 United Kingdom Dundee Eastern Necropolis Son of John Sinclair Gordon Brown and Edith Mary Molison Brown; nephew of Laura J. Scott, of Dundee.
Brown Kenneth Ernest CH/X 3528 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Curacoa. 20 2 October 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Walter Frederick and Ellen Naomi Brown, of Handsworth, Warwickshire.
Brown Lawrence RMA/14178 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Defence. 19 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Robert and Ellen Brown, of Phoenix Gate Lodge, Phoenix Park, Dublin.
Brown Leonard Reginald PO/X 103795 Marine Royal Marines 20 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Laurence Reginald and Elizabeth Brown, of Bell Green, Coventry.
Brown Leslie Henry Charles PLY/X 2270 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Gloucester. 21 22 May 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of David Thomas Brown and Gertrude Brown, of Malvern Link, Worcestershire.
Brown Martin Christopher Lieutenant Royal Marines H.M.S. Gloucester. Not known 22 May 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Brown Milton Deal/3422(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div. 20 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of James and Ann Brown, of 18, Derby St., Colne.
Brown Patrick Arthur PO/X 928 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. Erebus. 32 25 July 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Laura K. Brown, of Gorleston-on-Sea, Norfolk.
Brown Robert Reginald Cyril CH/X 100561 Marine Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 24 6 June 1944 France Hermanville War Cemetery Son of William Charles Horatio and Annie Elizbeth Brown, of Tottenham, Middlesex; husband of Violet Brown (nee Field).
Brown Ronald Peter (Buster) PO41248D Colour Sergeant Royal Marines 58 13 September 2005 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth
Brown Samuel PLY/114(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div 22 3 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of John and Elizabeth Brown, of 101, Derby Rd., Heanor, Derbyshire.
Brown Sidney George EX/5157 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. Not known 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Brown Stephen Thomas Frederick PLY/X 111140 Marine 40 Commando RM 22 24 July 1943 Tunisia Medjez-El-Bab War Cemetery Inscription: Some day, some time, dearest, we'll understand. Mother and J
Brown Sydney PO/X 2313 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 23 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Alice Brown, of Grimsby, Lincolnshire.
Brown Thomas RMA/13044 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Queen Mary. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Brown Thomas PO/811(S) Lance Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 16 May 1917 Belgium Tournai Communal Cemetery Allied Extension
Brown Thomas Henry PLY/X 2142 Corporal Royal Marines 25 9 May 1945 United Kingdom Mitcham (London Road) Cemetery Son of Charles W. Brown and Rose Brown; husband of Florence M. Brown, of Mitcham Common.
Brown Vincent Christopher Colonel Royal Marines 46 28 May 1940 France Military Cemetery, Dunkirk Joined Royal Marine Artillery 1912, Ostend 1914, HMS Defence 1914-1915, MEF Egypt 1915 -1917, RN Siege Guns, 1917, HMS Cochrane, 1917-1918, DSC & OBE, Bt. Lieutenant Col. 1934, WW2, seconded to army 1939-1940, killed in action Dunkirk 28 May, 1940 Inscription: (Nore Memorial Windows - in the Chancel. Windows in St. Georges in memory of ships and actions but do not list those who died )
Brown Walter Alexander CH/X3768 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Nile. 20 14 November 1944 Greece Phaleron War Cemetery Son of Walter James Brown, and of May Grace Brown, of Cambridge.
Brown Walter Maurice CH/15966 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (Royal Garrison Artillery) Not known 29 November 1918 France Le Quesnoy Communal Cemetery Extension
Brown Walter Ronald CH/22958 Marine Royal Marines S.S. Hatasu. Not known 2 October 1941 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Brown Walter William Deal/1022(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. Not known 2 April 1916 United Kingdom Tarrant Monkton (All Saints) Churchyard Son of Mr. T. G. Brown, of 4, Enfield Rd., Deal.
Brown William RAMC 7404141 Private attached 48 Commando RM 26 1 November 1944 Netherlands Bergen-Op-Zoom War Cemetery Killed at Westkapelle. BoZWC Plot 6, row C, grave 5.
Brown William Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 30 18 December 1888 United Kingdom No Place Field, Rn Hospital Ceme No headstone.
Brown William Frederick PO/18089 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Cormorant (S.S. Aguila) 44 19 August 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Husband of Adelaide Mary Charlotte Brown, of Burnt Oak, Middlesex.
Brown William Henry PLY/X 100102 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Galatea. 21 15 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Henry and Lilian Mary Brown, of Derby.
Brown William Lawrence PO/18333 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Invincible. 19 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Lawrence and Jane A. Brown, of 2, Chalfont St., Trafford Rd., Salford, Manchester.
Brown (1) William Not known Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli The monument was removed from its original site near Portsmouth City Guildhall in 1903.
Brown (2) William Not known Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli Plaque formerly in St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea
Brown MSM William McKinley Lieutenant (QM) Royal Marines 60 12 August 1940 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery, Kent Son of William and Catherine Brown; husband of Mary Brown, of Ipswich, Suffolk.
Brown OBE Cecil Thomas Brigadier Royal Marines 47 6 July 1942 India Madras War Cemetery, India Inscription: Resting in God's peace, after an active life, in the service of his country.
Brown-King John Lindsay Mccutcheon PLY/14467 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Amphion. 23 23 August 1914 United Kingdom Shotley (St. Mary) Churchyard Son of Frederick and Jane Hamilton Brown-King, of Sheriff Hill, Sea View Cottage, Gateshead.
Brownbridge Robert William CH/X 1085 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Fidelity. 24 1 January 1943 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Robert William and Sarah Elizabeth Brownbridge; husband of Nellie Elizabet Brownbridge of Sheerness, Kent.
Browne Albert Horace Joshua RMB/1716 Musician Royal Marines Band 46 11 September 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery Husband of Hilda Grace Browne, of Lee. London.
Browne Arthur PLY/298(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div 25 3 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of John Francis Buckley.
Browne Arthur Henry PO/6049 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 43 21 December 1915 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of Thomas and Ann Browne, of Norwich; husband of Ada Kate Browne, of 37, Downton Rd., Salisbury.
Browne Harold RMA/14605 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 21 23 April 1918 United Kingdom Dover (St. James'S) Cemetery Son of A. H. and F. A. Browne, of Nailsea, Bristol.
Browne Murdoch Campbell Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial
Browne William Edgar RMA/8409 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Lion. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Edmund and Delia Marion Browne, of "Heathfield," Pinewood Rd., Abbey Wood, London. Born at Exeter, Devon.
Browne William Edward PO/6570 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark. 37 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. W. T. and Mrs. Sarah Lang Browne, of 54, St. Jude's Rd., Englefield Green, Surrey.
Browning Albert Charles John PLY/X 3748 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 21 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Ernest Charles Browning, and of Mary Naomi Browning, of Denbury, Devon.
Browning Andrew CH/X 109065 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.F. 37. Not known 1 November 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Browning Claude Alwyn CH/2657 (S) Lance Corporal RMLI/RN Division 36 7 October 1918 France Delsaux Farm Cemetery, Beugny
Browning James Gardener PO299435P Corporal RM Commando 31 11 July 1982 Falkland Islands Not known Located Broad Street, Old Portsmouth, Hampshire Inscription: Memorial to members of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, and Merchant Navy, recorded here. They gave their lives in the service of this country and for the defence of freedom in the Falkland Islands and the South Pacific 1982.
Browning John Robert Henry CH/111778 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.G. (L) 9. 19 24 June 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William Jonathan Robert and Elenor Rose Browning, of Hammersmith, London.
Brownlie Brian Patrick CH/X111472 Marine Royal Marines 20 26 March 1945 Singapore Kranji War Cemetery Inscription: A gallant heart, a noble son, beloved and mourned by everyone. R.I.P.
Brownlie William PLY/1659 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 42 28 October 1905 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth No headstone.
Brownlow John Henry Toon RMA/2055 (S) Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 3rd R.M. Bn. 29 2 February 1919 United Kingdom Sutton-In-Ashfield Cemetery
Browse Dennis PO/X 4246 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 19 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Ernest and Emily Browse.
Bruce Arthur PLY/19441 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. President III Not known 15 October 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John and Marie Louise Bruce.
Bruce David Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Chesapeake Not known 25 June 1859 United States Peiho Forts
Bruce David CH/X 101557 Corporal Royal Marines 1 H.A.A. Regt. 33 14 June 1944 United Kingdom Cathcart Cemetery Son of John Orton Bruce and Ellen Park Bruce, of Glasgow; husband of Grace Newlands Bruce, of Glasgow.
Bruce Donald Hendry PO/15881 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark Not known 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent
Bruce Harry Edward CH/16361 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 22 17 February 1917 France Queens Cemetery, Bucquoy Son of Gideon Harry and Annie Elizabeth Bruce, of 97, Thorold Rd., Chatham. Born at Deal, Kent.
Bruce Robert George Frederick Deal/8945(S) Corporal Royal Marine Labour Corps Not known 22 December 1917 France Boulogne Eastern Cemetery Husband of Alice Bruce, of 45, Blackhorse Rd., Walthamstow, London.
Bruce Sidney Douglas PO/15887 Bugler Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Princess Irene. 18 27 May 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Second son of Mrs. A. E. Hooker, of 54, Baker St., Rochester, Kent. Native of Deal.
Bruckshaw Horace PLY/229(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Bruen Charles PO/18554 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st Reserve Bn. Not known 21 April 1919 United Kingdom Manchester (Philips Park) Cemetery
Bruguier MID Percival Ewart PLY/17604 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 3rd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 7 November 1915 Greece East Mudros Military Cemetery
Brumby John PLY/21550 Corporal Royal Marines 63 21 January 1970 Not known Not known Memorial plaque Efford Cemetery, Plymouth.
Brumpton Ernest William RMA/5923 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery (RMR/B/547). H.M.S. Aboukir. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Brunt Frederick John PO/X106739 Marine Royal Marines 10th Bn. 18 23 September 1941 United Kingdom Sheffield (City Road) Cemetery Son of Herbert and Edith Brunt, of Bradwell.
Bruty Frederick Charles CH/18684 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Deal Bn. R.N. Div Not known 20 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Bryan Frank CH/2617(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 31 3 September 1918 France Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez
Bryan Thomas William CH/X 113621 Marine Royal Marines HMS Copra 24 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: His birthday comes with sad regret, we who loved him miss him yet, ever remembered
Bryant William John PLY/14998 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Goliath. 25 13 May 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John Abraham and Mary Jane Bryant, of Tickenham. Somerset.
Bryce William PLY/X 107517 Marine Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando. 21 10 June 1944 Serbia Belgrade War Cemetery Son of James and Jessie Leitch Bryce, of Wishaw, Lanarkshire.
Bryden James PLY/X 110772 Lance Corporal Royal Marines 41 26 September 1943 United Kingdom Manchester Southern Cemetery Son of James and Sarah Ann Bryden; husband of Josephine Bryden, of Wythenshawe, Manchester.
Brydges Edward Charles CH/X 114498 Marine Royal Marines HMS Copra 31 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: Whatever else I fail to do, I never fail to think of you - Days of Remembrance
Buchanan John RMA/1363 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 77 6 January 1941 United Kingdom Milton Cemetery, Southsea
Buchanan Joseph PLY/X 111175 Lance Corporal Royal Marines No. 47 R.M. Commando. 20 2 November 1944 Netherlands Bergen-Op-Zoom War Cemetery Son of George Ernest and Margaret Buchanan, of Seaforth, Liverpool.
Buchanan Percival George Godwin RMB/1802 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Queen Mary. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Buck John Lieutenant Royal Marines H.M.S. Odyssey. 43 28 June 1944 France Hermanville War Cemetery Son of John and Sarah Ann Buck; husband of Edith R. Buck, of Par, Cornwall.
Buckell George Henry RMA/10679 Bombardier Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Defence. 29 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of John and Ruth Buckell, of Clewer, Windsor; husband of Jane Emily Buckell, of Pennington Common, Lymington, Hants.
Buckenham John Thomas PO/8756 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 5 June 1916 United Kingdom Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery
Buckingham Alfred Thomas CH/13830 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Aboukir. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Buckingham Edwin RMB/1588 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Indefatigable. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mary Elizabeth Buckingham, of Dean Alexandra Rd., Thames Ditton, Surrey.
Buckingham James Sydney George PLY/12299 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Vivid 28 8 July 1912 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Buckingham Tom PLY/X3231 Quarter Master Sergeant Royal Marines 87 27 October 2008 United Kingdom Exeter And Devon Crematorium, Ex
Buckingham William Alfred Gaskin RMB/1737 Musician Royal Marine Band R.M. Band. H.M.S. Monmouth. 18 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Gaskin Buckingham and Laura Buckingham, of 36, St. Stephen's Rd., Bow, London.
Buckland John Lieutenant Royal Marine Artillery Not known 23 November 1810 Not known Not known Inscription: ref Cadiz Bay
Buckland Reginald Arthur CH/115S Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div. 19 22 June 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Edward and Elizabeth Buckland, of Bridge St., Clay Cross, Derbyshire.
Buckland Sidney James CH/17386 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. Not known 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Buckle Frank CH/17621 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Division 20 30 September 1915 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of James and Sarah Ann Buckle.
Buckle John Terence X/693 Band Corporal Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Exeter 23 3 September 1943 Indonesia Ambon War Cemetery Son of Phyllis Susan Rebecca Buckle, of Strood, Kent.
Buckler Alfred Ray PLY/13365 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HQ 23 31 August 1906 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Buckler George Alfred RMA/9792 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 32 17 February 1919 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Highland Road) Cemetery
Buckler John Pensioner Royal Marines 56 21 October 1934 Malta Kalkara Naval Cemetery
Buckley Basil CH/1225(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Buckley Charles PLY/16675 Private RMLI/RN Division 20 27 September 1918 France Sucrerie British Cemetery, Graincourt-Les-Havrincourt Son of Mrs. J. Buckley, of 66, Oldhall St., Kearsley, Bolton, Lancs.
Buckley John PO/1136 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Div. Not known 14 January 1915 United Kingdom Nottingham General Cemetery
Buckley John Arthur PLY/782(S) Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 27 March 1918 France Arras Memorial Son of Sarah M. Evans (formerly Buckley), and John Evans (stepfather), of 2, Cupolo Cottages, Risca, Newport, Mon.
Buckley Robert George RMB/1092 Musician Royal Marine Band Not known 1 December 1916 United Kingdom Edinburgh (Seafield) Cemetery
Buckley Victor PLY/X 2099 Corporal Royal Marines HMS Repulse 25 29 July 1943 Thailand Kanchanaburi War Cemetery RM Detachment. Inscription: Peace perfect peace.
Buckley Walter George PLY/18155 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Anson Battalion RND 18 10 November 1918 Belgium Tournai Communal Cemetery Allied Extension Son of George Henry and Mary Buckley.
Bucknole Frederick Deal/8947(S) Corporal Royal Marine Labour Corps Boulogne Coy. Not known 25 June 1917 United Kingdom Southampton Old Cemetery
Buckwell George Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known Not known Ascension Island Not known
Budd Albert Cosham PO/8314 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 40 20 October 1922 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Budd Charles William PO/21799 Sergeant Royal Marines 34 6 November 1943 United Kingdom Southampton Old Crematorium Son of Albert Cosham Budd and Minnie Elizabeth Budd; husband of Anne A. Budd, of Gosport.
Budd Thomas Richard RMA/1028 Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery 82 11 January 1939 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout Inscription: No headstone
Budgen (1) Paul Kindersley Lieutenant RM 45 Commando RM 23 6 June 1951 Malaya Batu Banjah Cemetery
Budgen (2) Paul Kindersley Lieutenant RM 45 Commando RM 23 6 June 1951 Malaya Batu Banjah Cemetery
Bugler Wilfred William PO/X 732 Marine Royal Marines HMS Erebus 31 9 April 1942 Sri Lanka Trincomalee War Cemetery RM Detachment. Inscription: He hath given, He hath taken away, Blessed be the name of the Lord.
Buick Thomas Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 67 30 August 1899 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Bulcock Harry PLY/16656 Private RMLI/RN Division 20 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel
Bulcock Joseph PLY/750(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Bulford Harold Pritchard PLY/17914 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 9 October 1918 Canada Halifax (St. John'S) Cemetery
Bull Edward Douglas PO/X 111557 Marine Royal Marines 27th Bn. Not known 30 April 1945 Germany Becklingen War Cemetery
Bull Frederick John EX/2292 Marine Royal Marines 20 24 April 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Fredrick John and Clara Jane Bull, of Brighton, Sussex.
Bull Henry Charles Captain Royal Marines 79 10 December 2000 New Zealand Blenheim Cemetery South Island
Bull John Henry PO/1058 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 22 26 May 1917 France Point-Du-Jour Military Cemetery, Athies
Bull Philip George PO/1729(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 19 November 1917 Belgium Mons (Bergen) Communal Cemetery
Bull Robert Roy PO/X 109104 Marine Royal Marines No. 48 R.M. Commando. 20 12 November 1945 United Kingdom Brierley Hill (St. Michael) Churchyard Son of Frank and Minnie Bull, of Brierley Hill.
Bull William Richard PLY/8276 Lance Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 3 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery
Bullard Ivy Osborne PO/7238 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Russell. 41 27 April 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Robert Bullard, of Saddartone, Ipswich; husband of Mary Jane Bullard, of Follery Rd., Round mary, Devizes, Wilts.
Bullen Albert Bray PLY/17893 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Defence. 20 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Emily Bullen, of Quarry Park, Buckland Monachorum. Yelverton. Devon.
Bullen Alfred Thomas CH/14995 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Div Not known 9 April 1916 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent
Bullen Maurice William RMA/9068 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery HMS King Alfred 30 7 May 1912 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Bullen Phillip Frederick PO/3692 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 65 3 September 1934 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Bullen Phillip Osborn PO/17035 Bugler Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Bulwark 15 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Inscription: Memorial Headstone
Bullen William PLY/13137 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Monmouth. 41 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Husband of Mary Bullen, of 18, Wootton Cottages, Rendle St., Plymouth.
Bulley Albert William PLY/2289 (S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 35 5 September 1918 France Bac-Du-Sud British Cemetery, Bailleulval Son of John and Mary Bulley, of Williton, Somerset; husband of Beatrice Bulley, of 6, Severn Terrace, Watchet, Taunton.
Bullock Donald Charles CH/X3346 Sergeant Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 23 13 September 1943 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Frederick and Doris Bullock; husband of Bette Eileen Bullock, of Hastings, Sussex.
Bullock Edward RMB/487 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Vanguard. 36 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Charles and Caroline Elizabeth Bullock, of Poplar, London.
Bullock Frederick Alexander CH/1903(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry R.N. Div. 23 29 May 1917 United Kingdom Nunhead (All Saints) Cemetery Son of Mr. E. and Mrs. K. M. Bullock, of 273, Brixton Rd., London. Native of Fulham, London.
Bullock George RMA/2492 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery 47 18 October 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Highland Road) Cemetery Son of James Bullock; husband of Alice Bullock, of 2, Marylebone St., Southsea. Born at Hereford.
Bullock George William RMA/9679 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery (RMR/IC/14). H.M.S. Good Hope. Not known 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bullock Henry William PO/X 546 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 31 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Henry Edward and Maud Alice Bullock; husband of Kathleen Ruth Bullock, of Portchester, Hampshire.
Bullock Reginald Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marines 98 15 November 1997 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Bundy William George PO/17233 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div. 20 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) 4th Battalion Parade Ground Cemetery Son of Albert Henry and Charlott Bundy, of 10, Sages Lane, Privett, Alton, Hants.
Bungay Philip George RMB/X 112 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Charybdis. 30 23 October 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Edward Harry and Ellen Charlotte Bungay, of Bognor Regis, Sussex.
Bunker Alfred Thomas PLY/15399 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 34 4 December 1930 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth
Bunn Charles Alfred PO/75(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 23 17 November 1916 France Puchevillers British Cemetery Son of James and Mary Bunn, of 30, Carolgate, Retford, Notts. Native of North Collingham, Notts.
Bunnidge Frederick PO/11207 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Puma. Not known 6 November 1917 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bunting Paul Lidget RMB/X.2312 Musician Royal Marine Band Not known 5 July 1946 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bunyan Kenneth Charles CH/X 103608 Marine 47 Commando RM 23 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: Sweet are the memories that never fade of the one I love but could not save
Bunyard Frank Edwin CH/X 111502 Marine Royal Marines 26 R.M. Lt. A.A. Bty., 5th R.M. A.A. Bde. 22 1 December 1944 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery Son of Edwin and Grace Emily Bunyard; husband of Eveline May Bunyard, of Sittingbourne, Kent.
Burbage David CH/16043 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. 23 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of the late William Burbage.
Burbidge Harry John RMA/9707 Bombardier Royal Marine Artillery Not known 21 June 1915 United Kingdom Osmondwall Cemetery
Burbidge Victor Ernest PO/418(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 24 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles
Burbidge William PO/2354 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 21 2 September 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial Son of Emmanuel and Annie Burbidge, of School Yard. Charwelton, Byfield, Northants.
Burch Charles Drayson CH/13982 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 28 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial
Burchell Alan Reginald Arthur CH/X 1236 Marine Royal Marines HMS Daedalus 21 23 September 1939 United Kingdom Wilton Cemetery, Wiltshire Inscription: In the midst of life we are in death
Burchell Alfred PLY/16337 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div. 21 28 May 1915 Egypt Alexandria (Chatby) Military And War Memorial Cemetery Son of Francis Burchell, of Hillside Cottage, Bleadon, Weston-super-Mare.
Burchell Frederick PO/11716 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Good Hope. 32 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son John Burchell.
Burchell Wilfred John RMB/1563 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Natal. Not known 30 December 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Burden Edward Pool PO/2503(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 33 24 November 1918 France Etaples Military Cemetery Son of the late Frederick and Lucy Burden. Native of Priors Hardwick, Byfield, Northants.
Burden Francis Colour Segeant Royal Marine Light Infantry, 18th Company 86 18 April 1929 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Burden Henry PLY/15174 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Fox. 24 16 November 1915 Egypt Suez War Memorial Cemetery
Burden Norman Ward CH/18317 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 8 February 1919 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent
Burden Samuel William PO/1937(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 26 6 November 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of S. and Emily Burden, of 45, Market St., Poole, Dorset; husband of Mrs. T. Burden.
Burdett John Ephraim PLY/16739 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Defence. 18 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John James Thomas and Mary Ann Burdett, of 16, Burnell St., Brimington, Chesterfield, Derbyshire.
Burdett John Henry Cadet RM Cadet Corps Chatham 10 4 December 1951 United Kingdom Gillingham New Cemetery After Dark on the evening of 4 december, 1951, a bus ran into a marching group of Royal Marines Cadets, of whom 24 died. 22 are buried in Gillingham New Cemetery ( Naval & Military Section ), including 3 in its Roman Catholic enclave. Inscription: Safe in the arms of Jesus
Burdett Thomas William PLY/17676 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry R.M. Depot (Deal), 17 15 March 1915 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Burdett, of Lyndon, Oakham, Rutland.
Burfitt Henry Thomas CH/X 110667 Marine Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando. Not known 3 October 1943 Italy Sangro River War Cemetery Son of Albert and Lucy Burfitt, of Ogmore Vale, Glamorgan.
Burfoot Thomas George PLY/X 2793 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Charybdis. Not known 23 October 1943 France St. Brieuc Western Communal Cemetery
Burford William PO/13944 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Invincible. 30 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Mary Burford, of High St., Bromsgrove, Worcs.
Burge Norman Ormsby Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marine Light Infantry Nelson Bn. R.N. Division 40 13 November 1916 France Hamel British Cemetery Son of Col. and Mrs. B. H. Burge; husband of Lily K. Blatchford (formerly Burge), of 2, South Parade, Southsea, Portsmouth.
Burgess Francis Edward Gualbert CH/X 1103 Marine Royal Marines 40 Commando RM Not known 4 March 1944 Italy Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery
Burgess John PLY/15001 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div 40 13 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery Son of Daniel and Sarah Thornton Burgess; husband of Agnes Mary Burgess. of 7, Telegraph Rd., Deal. Of Sholden, Kent.
Burgess John Robert PLY/16505 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div 19 28 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Daniel and Margaret Ellen Burgess, of 45, George St., Salford, Manchester.
Burgess Norman PO/X 108636 Marine 48 Commando RM 23 1 November 1944 Netherlands Bergen-Op-Zoom War Cemetery Killed at Westkapelle. BoPWC Plot 5, row B, grave 8.
Burgis Edwin George CH/4692 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/A/525) Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 48 30 April 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of William John and Jane Burgis; husband of Kate May Burgis, of 92, White Hart Lane, Barnes, London.
Burgoyne Thomas Lander CH/24685 Marine Royal Marines S.S. Sirikishna. Not known 24 February 1941 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Burgoyne William James PLY/X 2465 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Gloucester. 20 12 January 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of William James Burgoyne and Annie Burgoyne, of Tavistock, Devon.
Burke Bernard PLY/186 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 22 19 February 1917 France Thiepval Memorial Son of Peter and Sarah Ann Burke, of 10, New Row, Kinsley, Pontefract, Yorks.
Burke Claude C PO/16006 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 21 26 September 1918 Malta Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery Son of Charles and Ellen Burke, of 47, Athlone Rd., Upper Tulse Hill, London.
Burke Dominic PO/X107053 Marine Royal Marines 20 14 September 1941 United Kingdom Glasgow (St. Peter'S) Roman Catholic Cemetery Son of John and Bridget Burke, of Cambuslang, Lanarkshire.
Burke Frederick PLY/22192 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Gloucester. 43 22 May 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Fred and Sarah Hannah Burke, of Oldham, Lancashire; husband of Mary Burke, of Oldham.
Burke George Thomas RME/14359 Marine Royal Marine Engineers 2nd Bn. 24 7 February 1946 Australia Sydney War Cemetery Son of Peter and Elizebeth Burke, of Leigh, Lancashire. England.
Burke James Michael PO/X 115910 Marine 48 Commando RM 20 12 July 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery Killed at Sallenelles. RWC Plot lA, row E, grave 11.
Burke Thomas RMA/8487 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Lion. 38 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Patrick and Priscilla Burke, of Oxford.
Burke William CH/3359 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 51 5 April 1919 United Kingdom Brookwood 1914-1918 Memorial
Burke William PLY/209(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 32 16 June 1917 Germany Cologne Southern Cemetery Son of Martin and Ann Burke; husband of Martha Millicent Burke, of 60, Walker Lane, Derby.
Burkin Robert Henry CH/X 692 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 29 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of George Robert and Daisy Burkin; husband of Veronica Josephine Burkin, of Leicester.
Burkmar Frank Edwin PO/549(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Burley William Arthur CH/10463 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. Not known 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Burlinson Ernest PO/797(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 26 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial Son of Thomas and Eleanor Ann Burlinson, of 18, Hylton St., Chester Road, Sunderland.
Burman Arthur John PLY/20785 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 37 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Burman Robert Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 69 9 September 1890 United Kingdom No Place Field, Rn Hospital Ceme Inscription: Pensioner
Burn John Fell PLY/18514 Private RMLI/RN Division 20 30 September 1918 France Sunken Road Cemetery, Boisleux-St. Marc Son of John William and Jane Burn, of Reign Farm, Luddenden, Yorks. Native of Penrith. Cumberland.
Burnage Eric Arthur RMB/X 1510 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Charybdis 27 23 October 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Henry Burnage; husband of Cecilia Agnes Burnage, of Liverpool.
Burnell Arthur Edward PO/19174 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Caledon. 22 31 August 1920 Poland Poznan Old Garrison Cemetery Son of Alfred and Emily Burnell, of 72, Dunkerry Rd., Bedminster, Bristol.
Burnell Arthur Lenard PO/18773 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Emperor of India. 19 24 April 1918 United Kingdom Scunthorpe Cemetery Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burnell, of 12, Fenton St., Scunthorpe.
Burnett Barry Gwyn Unknown Marine Royal Marines 58 7 December 1997 United Kingdom St John In The Wilderness Church
Burnett Harry Egerton PO/15066 Private Portsmouth Battalion, RN Division 22 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Name inscribed on Parish War Memorial, St. Andrew's Church, Havant Road, Farlington, Hampshire.
Burnett Robert Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 1848 Malaya Old Naval Cemetery, Labuan Isla Died of fever. Inscription: Sacred to the memory of
Burnett Roy PO/X 110235 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.G.(L) 16. 18 26 April 1943 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Edward Arthur and Louisa Kate Burnett, of Chandler's Ford, Hampshire.
Burnett William PLY/13698 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Monmouth. 21 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Mrs. M. J. Burnett, of 26, St. Paul St., Plymouth, and the late William Burnett.
Burnett William PLY/211(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 28 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Burnham Harold PO/647/S Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 25 3 June 1918 France Forceville Communal Cemetery And Extension Son of George Ralph and Elizabeth Burnham, of Royston, near Barnsley.
Burnham John PO/1903 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 35 20 July 1917 France Point-Du-Jour Military Cemetery, Athies Husband of Alice Margaret Burnham, of "Hedmondt," Barton Rd., Branksome, Dorset.
Burns David Shaw CH/573(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 21 20 October 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles Son of George Burns, of 258A, Airbles Rd., Motherwell.
Burns Edward Pensioner Royal Marine Artillery 38 30 August 1884 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Burns Hugh Joseph CH/X106133 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Dinosaur. 21 27 September 1942 United Kingdom Cambuslang (Westburn) Cemetery Son of Patrick and Ellen Burns, of Halfway.
Burns James Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 23 26 January 1880 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Burns James Henry George PO/14750 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Princess Irene. Not known 27 May 1915 United Kingdom Edmonton Cemetery, Middlesex
Burns John Edward PO/X 550 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak. 28 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Henry Samuel James Burns, and of Emily Burns, of Harlesden, Middlesex.
Burns Robert PLY/10749 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Amphion. 33 6 August 1914 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John William and Susannah Burns, of 47, Dunluce St., Walton, Liverpool.
Burns Samuel PO/X 102297 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 19 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Margaret Burns, of Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.
Burns Samuel Mair PO/X 108731 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.F.1. 30 17 August 1944 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of John and Annie Bella Mair Burns, of Glasgow.
Burns Thomas CH/19647 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Natal. Not known 30 December 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Burrells Albert Frederick Owen CH/X 1688 Marine Royal Marines HMS Ajax 20 13 December 1939 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Killed in the battle of the River Plate.
Burridge Albert Henry PO/16789 Bugler Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bayano. 16 11 March 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Albert John and Amelia Mary Burridge, of 4, Washington Terrace, Southampton.
Burridge Frederick William CH/15303 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hawke. 29 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Husband of Mrs. A. Lawrence (formerly Burridge), of 11, Love Rd., Lowestoft. Native of Wandsworth, London.
Burridge John PLY/1553 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 61 13 October 1919 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Burridge John Richard PLY/13608 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Thistle 26 9 May 1916 United Kingdom Simon'S Town (Dido Valley) Cemetery Inscription: Memorial Headstone
Burridge Walter George PLY/14775 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Defence. 24 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Walter George and Amelia Jane Burridge; husband of Alice L. Penaluna (former y Burridge), of 10, Newport St., Stonehouse, Plymouth.
Burrowes Algernon St. Leger Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marines 78 18 December 1925 United Kingdom St Peter'S Cemetery, Budleigh Sa Grave 16, Row 8 Right Side 1st Section. St Peter's Burial Ground, Moor Lane, Budleigh Salterton, Devon
Burrows Cecil PLY/16904 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 22 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial
Burrows Derrick Trevor Lieutenant Royal Marines No. 46. R.M. Commando. Not known 13 April 1945 Germany Becklingen War Cemetery, Soltau, Ref panel No. 3. F. 3. Son of Percy Charles and Claudia Emelene Burrows, Old Windsor, Berks. Recorded in cloisters at Haileybury.
Burrows Ernest Herbert PLY/1484(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Burrows Geoffrey PLY/X 3103 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Sultan. Not known 12 September 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Burrows George RMA/4327 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.Q. (Eastney) Not known 1 July 1917 United Kingdom Sheffield (Burngreave) Cemetery
Burrows Reginald George PO/X 358 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. Not known 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Everett and Caroline Amelia Burrows; husband of Sarah Burrows, of Sheffield.
Burrows Samuel Joseph PO/12278 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Good Hope. 32 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of the late Charles and Margaret Burrows of Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.
Burrows Stanley PLY/15123 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Indefatigable. 24 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Harry and Eva Burrows, of 4, West Coker Rd, Yeovil, Somerset.
Burrows Stephen PLY/13887 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Thunderer. 26 24 November 1918 United Kingdom Belfast City Cemetery Husband of Charlotte F. Wilkins (formerly Burrows), of 3826, 17th Avenue West Vancouver, British Columbia.
Burrows Thomas PO/2073 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (R.M.R.B. 424). H.Q. (Portsmouth) 52 25 January 1915 United Kingdom Salford (Weaste) Cemetery Husband of Mary Ann Burrows, of 1, Lower Islington St., Salford.
Burrows Thomas Aaron PO/1062(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 23 15 February 1917 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of Tom and Mary Ann Burrows; husband of Nellie Logan (formerly Burrows), of 27, R.A.F. Married Quarters, Lychford Rd., South Farnborough, Hants.
Burrows Verdun Charles Major William CH/X 1348 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Neptune. 25 19 December 1941 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Charles and Rosa Burrows, of Harrow, Middlesex.
Burry Albert Charles Frederick RMA/13285 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Queen Mary. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Charles and Alice Burry, of Neacroft, Bransgore, Christchurch, Hants.
Burston Christopher John PLY/X413 Sergeant Royal Marines 35 4 July 1946 United Kingdom Plymouth City Crematorium Son of Jim and Elizabeth Mary Burston; husband of Miriam Gertrude Burston, of Higher St. Budeaux, Plymouth.
Burston Stanley Jack PLY/X 100339 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Exeter. 22 1 March 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of William John Burston, and of Alice May Burston, of Burlescombe, Devon.
Burt Alfred PO/18338 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Invincible. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of George Burt, of Littlewick Green, Maidenhead, Berks.
Burt Archibald Cyril PO/15576 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark. Not known 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Burt Arthur Edward EX/5162 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 24 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Burt Peter Liddell Deal/2360(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Div. Train, R.N. Div. 26 11 July 1916 France Bruay Communal Cemetery Extension Son of William and Elizabeth Burt, of Glasgow.
Burt Samuel John PO/X103181 Marine Royal Marines 39 3 August 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery Son of Thomas and Beatrice Burt, of Plymouth; husband of Ivy Burt, of Plymouth.
Burtenshaw Derek Edward PO/X 6136 Marine 40 Commando RM 24 17 May 1953 Malta Imtarfa Cemetery Killed in aircrash Imtarfa, Malta. Inscription: Forever in our thoughts, Mum, Dad, and Vera
Burton Cecil Robert Second Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 17 February 1917 France Queens Cemetery, Bucquoy
Burton Frank PLY/X103454 Marine Royal Marines 8th Bn. 21 22 July 1942 United Kingdom Bebington Cemetery Son of Thomas Burton, and of Deborah Burton, of Tranmere, Birkenhead.
Burton Henry CH/18711 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 21 24 February 1917 France St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen Son of Mrs. M. Burton, of 5, Norman Avenue, Wood Green, London.
Burton James Edward Captain Royal Marines 53 4 May 1981 United Kingdom Buckland Monochorum Cemetery, De Grave 2, Row I 1
Burton Joseph RMA/6187 Warrant Officer Class I Royal Marine Artillery 51 30 May 1926 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Burton Nathaniel Paul PO55938P Junior Marine Royal Marines Commando Training Centre 16 15 October 1998 United Kingdom St Mary The Virgin Church, Upott
Burton Percy William PO/11373 Marine Royal Marines 63 27 January 1947 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery Son of Edwin and Eliza Burton; husband of Sarah Burton, of Deal.
Burton Reginald Edward George Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Irresistible 32 1 April 1915 Malta Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery Captain Burton died from wounds received during the sinking of HMS 'Irresistible' in the Dardanelles.
Burton Richard Not known Private Royal Marines Not known 1836-1839 Sierra Leone Not known HMS 'Scott' Memorial Plaque located St. Mary's Church, Georgetown, Ascension Island Inscription: .
Burton Samuel Major Royal Marine Artillery 62 27 September 1902 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Burton Theophilus CH/18873 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 25 February 1918 United Kingdom Nottingham General Cemetery
Burton Wilfred PO/X 4743 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 19 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of George Alfred and Ethel May Burton, of Sandyford, Staffordshire.
Burton William John PO/X12208 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Div. Not known 11 December 1920 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery, Southsea Inscription: Gone from sight, cut to memory
Burton William Leo PLY/256(S) Lance Sergeant RMLI/RN Division 28 28 September 1918 France Anneux British Cemetery
Burton DSC (1) Richard Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry 6th Battalion 30 8 September 1919 Russia Murmansk New British Cemetery 2nd Battalion Royal Marine Light Infantry, France, June 1917 - April 1918. North Russia 1918 - 1919. Awarded DSC. Adjutant Russian Allied Naval Brigade. Name inscribed on Brookwood Military Cemetery Memorial. Inscription: Enlisted 1907. Corporal 1913. Acting Gunner April, 1914. 2nd Lieutenant 30 October, 1914. Lieutenant December, 1914. Captain 7 May, 1918. Sea Service HMS Euryalus December, 1914 - January, 1917.
Burton DSC (2) Richard Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry 6th Battalion 30 8 September 1919 Russia Murmansk New British Cemetery 2nd Battalion Royal Marine Light Infantry, France, June 1917 - April 1918. North Russia 1918 - 1919. Awarded DSC. Adjutant Russian Allied Naval Brigade. Killed by sniper fire aged 30. Believed last RM Officer killed during WW1 and its prolongation in Russia. Inscription: Name also inscribed on Brookwood Memorial. Enlisted 1907. Corporal 1913. Acting Gunner April, 1914. 2nd Lieutenant 30 October, 1914. Lieutenant December, 1914. Captain 7 May, 1918. Sea Service HMS Euryalus December, 1914 - January, 1917.
Burton DSC (3) Richard Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry 6th Battalion 30 8 September 1919 United Kingdom Brookwood Cemetery, London? Commemorated on memorial at Brookwood Cemetery, London, for Royal Marines killed in 1919 intervention in North Russia.
Burton MC Thomas Henry Captain Royal Marines 60 29 July 1936 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth Awarded the Military Cross. Inscription: .
Burton-Fanning Newel Edward Eden Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of F. W. and Christabel E. N. Burton-Fanning, of 90, Newmarket Rd., Norwich, Norfolk.
Bury Christopher William Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 59 2 June 1938 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Bury George Butt Major General Royal Marines 87 4 January 1873 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery Inscription: .
Busby Victor Arthur Herbert CH/21231 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Patrol. 20 13 April 1920 United Kingdom Hillingdon And Uxbridge Cemetery Son of Francis and Lucy Ann Busby, of 2 Pew Rd., Hillingdon Rd., Uxbridge.
Busby William Samuel PO/1719 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 19 21 May 1917 France Point-Du-Jour Military Cemetery, Athies
Bush Arthur Douglas PO/6857 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Good Hope. Not known 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bush Charles Frederick CH/7256 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/819). H.M.S. Cressy. Not known 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Bush George PO/16931 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark. Not known 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Bush Joseph PO/5112 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 46 13 March 1919 United Kingdom Woodgrange Park Cemetery, East Ham
Bush Oliver George Lieutenant/QM Royal Marine Light Infantry 47 25 February 1904 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery Inscription: .
Bush Robert Archibald PLY/X 3811 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Prince of Wales. 21 10 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Archer Frederick and Ada Bush, of Wymondham, Norfolk.
Bush Samuel PLY/4996 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 34 27 February 1905 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Bushell James PO/19058 Private RMLI/RN Division 20 27 September 1918 France Sucrerie British Cemetery, Graincourt-Les-Havrincourt Son of Harry Francis Bushell and Bessie Bushell, of 15, Tharp Rd., Wallington, Surrey.
Bushell Walter Deal/355(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. 42 31 December 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Lancashire Landing Cemetery Son of Samuel Disney Bushell and Elizabeth Bushell, of Norwich; husband of Laura J. Bushell, of 36, Ketts Hill, Norwich.
Bushnell John Thomas RMB/51 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Vanguard. Not known 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery
Buss Sidney Ralph PO/15878 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark. 23 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mrs. Ann M. Buss, of 55, Norfolk Rd., Reading, Berks.
Bustard Leslie Mears PO/X 113418 Marine 40 Commando RM 19 11 April 1945 Italy Argenta Gap War Cemetery Son of Herbert William and Violet Clayton Bustard, of Wallasey, Cheshire.
Butcher Austin Charles CH/X2427 Marine Royal Marines HMS Cumberland Not known 11 July 1945 Sri Lanka Trincomalee British War Graves Cemetery Inscription: HMS Cumberland
Butcher Charles George PO/7503 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Queen Mary. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Butcher Leslie Beattie PO/X 122856 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.G.(M) 102. Not known 1 November 1944 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Butcher Leslie James PLY/22791 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 32 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of George Simon and Sarah Jane Butcher; husband of Ellen Butcher, of Stonehouse, Plymouth.
Butcher Walter Louis CH/X103961 Marine Royal Marines 7th Battalion MNBDO 2 20 20 July 1943 Italy Catania War Cemetery, Sicily Son of Walter Ernest and Lizzie Louise Butcher, of Kensington, London.
Butcher William PO/2221 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 25 29 September 1918 France Sucrerie British Cemetery, Graincourt-Les-Havrincourt Son of James and Jessie Butcher, of Bridport; husband of Elizabeth M. Butcher, of 37, West St., Bridport.
Butcher William PO/12806 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.Q., Portsmouth. Not known 12 November 1916 United Kingdom Nunhead (All Saints) Cemetery
Butchers Peter John PO41519X Marine 45 Commando RM 20 18 March 1982 United Kingdom Paignton Cemetery, Devon
Butler Albert Edward PO/X 1365 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Oak. 23 14 October 1939 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Albert Edward and Ada Edith Butler, of Southbourne, Bournemouth, Hampshire.
Butler Brian Cadet RM Cadet Corps Chatham 11 4 December 1951 United Kingdom Gillingham New Cemetery After Dark on the evening of 4 december, 1951, a bus ran into a marching group of Royal Marines Cadets, of whom 24 died. 22 are buried in Gillingham New Cemetery ( Naval & Military Section ), including 3 in its Roman Catholic enclave. Inscription: They were lovely and pleasant in their lives and in death they were not divided
Butler Claude PLY/21593 Colour Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious. 39 8 June 1940 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Charles and Elizabeth Ann Butler; husband of Phyllis Butler, of Guildford, Surrey.
Butler Francis Robert CH/2092(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 4th R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 23 April 1918 United Kingdom Tooting (St. Nicholas) Churchyard
Butler Frederick Edwin James PO/X2690 Marine Royal Marines HMS Berwick 20 19 March 1941 Gibraltar Gibraltar (North Front) Cemetery Son of Fred and Florence Betsy Butler, of Northampton.
Butler George PLY/5850 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 46 15 June 1916 Ascension Island St. Helena (St. Paul) Cathedral Churchyard Erected by Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and Men of the Garrison. Inscription: Sacred to the memory of
Butler George PO/7968 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hampshire. Not known 5 June 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Butler George Albert CH/X113017 Marine Royal Marines 19 26 March 1944 United Kingdom Hornchurch Cemetery Son of George William and Elizabeth Butler. His brother James Cyril Butler also fell.
Butler George Cornelius EX/3014 Marine Royal Marines 11th Bn. R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. Not known 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Butler Harry PO/527(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 22 6 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Beach Cemetery, Anzac Son of Mr. and Mrs. Butler, of 101, Bould St., Mansfield, Notts.
Butler John CH/8249 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Cressy. 36 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of George Whiterod Butler and May Arm Butler.
Butler Leonard Lincoln RMB/X 316 Bandmaster Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Repulse Not known 10 December 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Butler Roland PO/X 5019 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 19 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Fred and Louie Butler, of Morley, Yorkshire.
Butler William PLY/2431(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 29 September 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial Son of William John and Emily Butler, of 14, John's Rd., Leamington Spa.
Butlin Colin Robert PO/X 100294 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 21 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Ernest Arthur and Florence Butlin, of Erdington, Birmingham.
Butlin John Henry CH/15447 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Black Prince. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Butson William Arthur James RMA/11589 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Not known 4 March 1918 United Kingdom Hampton Cemetery
Butt Ernest Leslie CH/1612(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 27 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of James and Elizabeth Butt, of Barker's Hill, Temley, Shaftesbury, Dorset.
Butt Samuel William Vanden PLY/17013 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Division 22 24 March 1917 France Puchevillers British Cemetery Son of Francis John and Ellen Butt, of Sturridge, Sandford, Crediton, Devon.
Butt (1) Albert William RMA/4445 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 20 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli The monument was removed from its original site near Portsmouth City Guildhall in 1903.
Butt (2) Albert William RMA/4445 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 20 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli Plaque formerly in St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea
Butterfield Richard James CH/18982 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 23 12 September 1918 Sierra Leone Freetown (King Tom) Cemetery Inscription: HMS 'Africa'
Butterworth Albert Edward CH/18668 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Russell Not known 27 April 1916 Malta Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery
Butterworth Joseph Garth PLY/16198 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div. 21 6 March 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Joseph Ernest and Sarah Emily Butterworth, of 13, Cliffe St., Nelson, Lancs. Native of Dalton-in-Furness, Lancs.
Butterworth William Deal/3917 (S) Private Royal Marines Medical Unit RN Division 26 13 November 1916 France Varennes Military Cemetery
Butterworth William George PO/2140(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Vindictive, 4th R.M. Bn. 38 23 April 1918 United Kingdom Hereford Cemetery Son of James and Emma Butterworth, of Wordsley, Staffs; husband of Ada T.H. Butterworth, of 63, Stanhope St., Hereford.
Buttress Reginald Arthur CH/X 104815 Troop Sergeant Major 46 Commando RM 34 20 August 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery KIA Hill 112, Dozule
Butts Ronald James PO/X 115686 Marine Royal Marines H.M. L.C.F. 37. Not known 1 November 1944 Netherlands Bergen-Op-Zoom War Cemetery
Butts Stephen Richard Feeney PLY/1576(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 34 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of the late Stephen Feeney Butts; husband of Mary Jane Butts, of 20, Chain Walk, Lozells, Birmingham.
Buxton Donald John William CH/18734 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Deal Bn. R.N. Div Not known 29 December 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Skew Bridge Cemetery
Buxton Ernest PO/X 2736 Marine Royal Marines Not known 21 December 1943 United Kingdom Beeston Cemetery
Buxton Frederick PO/X 115498 Marine Royal Marines Not known 18 March 1947 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Buxton John PLY/819 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 23 June 1917 United Kingdom Crewe Cemetery Son of Mr. J. H. Buxton, of 42, Nelson St., Crewe.
Buxton Walter PO/215(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 21 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of Alfred and Mary Buxton, of Chesterfield.
Bwye William George RMA/14462 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Queen Mary. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Robert George Bwye, of 28, King St., Penarth, Cardiff.
Byatt Alfred William PO/10746 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Queen Mary. 35 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Alfred and Jane Byatt, of 40, Archel Rd., Fulham, London.
Bye Francis Clifford Edward Colonel Royal marines 87 14 January 2009 United Kingdom St Peter And St Paul Church,Broa Back of church, Left side
Bye Frank Edwin CH/17384 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hawke. 20 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Richard William and Harriet Kate Bye, of 267, Church Rd., Leyton, Essex.
Bye Walter Lionel Frederick PO/X08348 Marine Royal Marines Not known 20 September 1942 United Kingdom Peebles Cemetery, Peebles, Scotland
Bygrave Robert James CH/1794(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.N. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Byham Edward Arthur George PO/12397 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Good Hope. 31 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Sarah Byham, of 59, Red Lion St., Holborn, London, and the late George Byham.
Byrne Gervis Taylor Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry 35 24 March 1897 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Byrne Peter Stanaslaus PLY/17016 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Bysouth Henry Albert RMA/13116 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Queen Mary. 20 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Frederick and Florence Bysouth, of 2, Beaufoy Rd., Tottenham, London. His brother Alfred Walter Bysouth also fell.
Cable Arthur Victor PLY/X 109422 Marine 47 Commando RM 21 23 July 1944 France La Delivrande War Cemetery, Douvres Son of William Henry and Mabel Annie Cable, of Norton Fitzwarren, Somerset.
Cable Thomas Henry PO/X 101843 Marine Royal Marines HMS Valiant 31 6 August 1944 Sri Lanka Trincomalee War Cemetery RM Detachment. Inscription: Deep in our heart a memory is kept, of one we have loved, and never will forget.
Cade John Thomas PO/18135 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 21 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of David and Jane Annie Cade, of 28, Delves Lane, Consett, Co. Durham.
Cafferky Mark PLY/103499 Marine Royal Marines Not known 21 June 1944 United Kingdom Moston (St. Joseph'S) Roman Catholic Cemetery
Cagney Thomas RMB/667 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Indefatigable. 29 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Alice Cagney, of 19, Stanhope St., Deptford, London.
Caine John PO/1262S Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 33 26 August 1917 France Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun Son of John Caine, of Lindford, Bordon Camp, Hants; husband of Kate King, of 92, Rushes Rd., Petersfield, Hants.
Cairns Frank CH/X 2352 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Penelope. Not known 18 February 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Cairns Frederick Henry CH/X2175 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Sultan. Not known 28 April 1946 Thailand Kanchanaburi War Cemetery
Cairns Stanley EX/3396 Marine Royal Marines No.45 R.M. Commando. Not known 8 June 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery
Cake John Henry EX/5163 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 24 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Frank and Maggie Cake; husband of Alice Cake, of Harold Hill, Essex.
Callaby Arthur CH/19454 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Duncan. 20 3 December 1916 Greece Piraeus Naval And Consular Cemetery Son of Albert and Hannah Callaby, of 25, Bargate St., North Ormesby, Middlesbrough.
Callachan John McDonald PLY/X108468 Marine Royal Marines 78 7 March 2001 United Kingdom Exeter And Devon Crematorium, Ex
Calladine John PLY/11141 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 22 4 January 1906 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Callaghan Bernard PO/17172 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Black Prince. 23 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Emma Callaghan, of 58, Broad Lane, Sheffield.
Callaghan Cornelius Christopher PO/X 4522 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Dunedin. 19 24 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Callaghan, of Halton, Buckinghamshire.
Callaghan John Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 76 26 August 1912 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth
Callan Paul David PO41627B Marine 42 Commando RM 21 10 June 1982 Falkland Islands Western Cemetery, Arbroath Located Broad Street, Old Portsmouth, Hampshire Inscription: Memorial to members of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, and Merchant Navy, recorded here. They gave their lives in the service of this country and for the defence of freedom in the Falkland Islands and the South Pacific 1982.
Callaway Frederick Major Royal Marine Artillery 58 31 October 1905 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery, Southsea
Callaway James Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 31 17 November 1872 Ascension Island Not known
Caller William George CH/18821 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Deal Bn. R.N. Div 20 20 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of William Robert and Laura Caller, of The Cottage, 76, Broom Rd., Teddington, Middx.
Callis Sidney RMB/1599 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Invincible. 23 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Husband of Elizabeth Callis, of 57, Wand St., Leicester.
Callistar George Browne RMA/10295 Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery, Eastney Barracks 38 20 February 1923 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Callow Arthur John PLY/X 3413 Marine 40 Commando RM 22 19 August 1942 France Escalles Churchyard Inscription: God takes our loved ones from our homes
Callow William PO/16679 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (R.M.R./B.1498). H.M.S. Leviathan. Not known 20 January 1919 United Kingdom Haley Hill (All Souls) Church Cemetery
Calvert Arthur John Cadet RM Cadet Corps Chatham 11 4 December 1951 United Kingdom Gillingham New Cemetery After Dark on the evening of 4 december, 1951, a bus ran into a marching group of Royal Marines Cadets, of whom 24 died. 22 are buried in Gillingham New Cemetery ( Naval & Military Section ), including 3 in its Roman Catholic enclave. Inscription: father in Thy gracious keeping, leave we now Thy servant sleeping
Calvert James William EX/3238 Marine Royal Marines 21 29 September 1940 Sierra Leone Freetown (King Tom) Cemetery Inscription: A loving and devoted Son
Calvert Powell PO/2816(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 21 8 October 1918 France Anneux British Cemetery Husband of Alice Calvert, of 27, Lawn Avenue, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Leeds.
Calvert Richard Thomas Lieutenant Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.(1). 23 4 September 1941 Greece Phaleron War Cemetery Son of Thomas and Maude Fanny Calvert; husband of Ida Calvert, of Stanstead, Essex.
Cam Edward George Francis PO/9930 Lance Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Roxburch 25 10 June 1910 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Cameron Allen Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 1848 Malaya Old Naval Cemetery, Labuan Isla Died of fever. Inscription: Sacred to the memory of
Cameron Evan Donald Deal/696 (S) Private RM Div Engineers/RN Division 25 13 November 1916 France Knightsbridge Mesnil-Martinsart
Cameron Ewan Donald Deal/696(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. 25 13 November 1916 France Knightsbridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart Son of Donald and Margaret Cameron, of Exeter. Came from Vancouver, British Columbia, in Sept., 1914, to enlist.
Cameron Gordon Fraser RM.23772 Marine Royal Marines 66 27 January 2008 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Cameron James RMA/10726 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery SS City of Chester Not known 15 September 1918 Aden Maala Cemetery Gunner Cameron, Royal Marine Artillery, was serving aboard the armed merchantman SS City of Chester when he died. ( His Christian names were John, Ingram ).
Cameron John Commissioned Royal Marine Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 8th R.M. Bn. Not known 3 July 1921 United Kingdom Gosport (Ann'S Hill) Cemetery
Cameron Thomas CR/7630 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry R.N. Div. 40 20 October 1914 United Kingdom Lambeth Cemetery Son of William and Caroline Elizabeth nee Lawford) Cameron; husband of Emma (Emily) Cameron, of 53, Atheldene Rd., Garrett Lane, Earlsfield, London.
Cameron MBE (1) John RMA/8752 Comissioned RM Gunner 8th Battalion RM, Royal Marines Artillery 43 3 July 1921 United Kingdom Ann Hill Cemetery, Gosport,Hamps Memorial Tablet St. Michael and All Angels' Church, the Depot R. M. Deal, Kent.
Cameron MBE (2) John RMA/8752 Comissioned RM Gunner 8th Battalion RM, Royal Marines Artillery 43 3 July 1921 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery Gosport Hamps
Camm William Edward CH/X 114447 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Daedalus. 39 19 February 1945 United Kingdom St. Helens Cemetery Son of William and Florence Camm; husband of Nellie Camm, of St. Helens.
Campbell Alexander RMA/6197 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Goliath. Not known 13 May 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Campbell Allan PLY/X 100369 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Exeter. 28 23 March 1945 Indonesia Ambon War Cemetery Son of Allan and Charlotte Campbell; husband of Emily Campbell, of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.
Campbell Colin PO/X 115371 Marine Royal Marines 27 20 July 1945 United Kingdom Manchester Crematorium Son of David Malcolm and Adina Campbell; husband of Chrissie Campbell, of Victoria Park, Manchester.
Campbell Dennis RMB/596 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Bulwark. Not known 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Campbell Dugald PLY/13446 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 30 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial Son of Mrs Annabella McDougall Campbell, of Port Ellen, Isla.
Campbell Finlay D. EX/4108 Marine Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. 26 2 July 1944 France Ranville War Cemetery Son of David and Rebecca Campbell.
Campbell George Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marines 89 12 March 1984 United Kingdom Thomas Abecket Church Cemetery,
Campbell Gunning Morehead Major General Royal Marines Adjutant General 57 29 November 1920 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Highland Road) Cemetery Son of Gunning John George Campbell and Margaret Lockhart Morehead Campbell; husband of Jean Campbell, of 35, Nicholas St., Chester.
Campbell Henry PLY/16188 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 22 23 April 1918 United Kingdom Dover (St. James'S) Cemetery Also registered under name Henry D. Conkey
Campbell Henry Burn PO/623 ( S ) Corporal RMLI/RN Division 25 4 November 1916 France Knightsbridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart
Campbell John RMA/2753(S) Private Royal Marine Artillery 27 1 March 1918 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Campbell John Lieutenant General Royal Marines 27 March 1808 United Kingdom St. Cuthberts Church, Edinburgh Inscription: To the memory of
Campbell John CH/X109403 Marine Royal Marines No. 43 R.M. Commando. Not known 2 April 1945 Italy Ravenna War Cemetery
Campbell John RMA/2573(S) Private Royal Marine Artillery R.M. Depot (Eastney) 27 1 March 1918 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of Ewan Campbell and Jessie Campbell. Native of Lochaber, Inverness-shire.
Campbell John Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 25 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of John Campbell; husband of Dora Elizabeth Campbell, of 29, Nunthorpe Avenue, York.
Campbell John PLY/10131 Company Sergeant Major Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 28 26 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Husband of Rose Campbell, of 43, Minto Street, Kensington, Liverpool.
Campbell Joseph Elliott EX/1157(T) Marine Royal Marines 36 31 January 1943 United Kingdom Bedlay Cemetery Son of Mary P. Campbell, of Gartcosh.
Campbell Peter CH/X 2848 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.G.(L) 15. 24 25 April 1943 United Kingdom Milford Haven Cemetery Son of Daniel and Rose Campbell of Ballycastle, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Campbell Robert PO/X 100263 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. Not known 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Campbell William Francis PLY/16242 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Royal Arthur. 48 21 February 1942 United Kingdom Ingoldmells (Ss. Peter And Paul) Churchyard
Campbell William Frederick Colonel Royal Marine Light Infantry 72 2 January 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery Inscription: .
Campbell William Henry PLY/13623 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/PLY/B/932). S.S. Baykerran. 30 23 January 1918 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of the late John and Margaret Campbell, of 26, Fingal St., Belfast.
Campbell (1) Gunning Morehead Major General Royal Marine Artillery 57 29 November 1920 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout Stained glass windows depicting Ezra and Nehemiah erected to his memory by past and present Officers of the Royal Marines. Formerly located St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea. Inscription: EZRA - in memory of Major-General Gunning Morehead Campbell, C.B. Commandant Royal Marine Artillery, from 24 September, 1914 to 1 July, 1920. A.D.C. to His Majesty King George V. NEHEMIAH - Adjutant General Royal Marines 2 July, 1920, died 29 Nov. 1920.
Campbell (2) Gunning Morehead Major General Royal Marine Artillery 57 29 November 1920 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout
Campion John Albert PO/X2541 Marine Royal Marines 22 4 November 1942 United Kingdom Woodgrange Park Cemetery, East Ham Son of John A. Campion and Alice A. Campion. of Victoria Docks, London.
Campion John Vincent PLY/17490 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div. 19 7 January 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Norah Campion, of 5, Egerton St., Chester.
Candlish Robert PO/380(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 25 24 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Candlish, of 12, Forster St., Gateshead-on-Tyne.
Canham Herbert CH/10477 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/861). H.M.S. Cressy. 35 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Husband of Edith Rose Hayler (formerly Canham), of 40M, Sutton Trust Buildings, Cale St., Chelsea, London.
Canham William Jeremiah CH/24017 Corporal Royal Marines S.S. Garmula. 43 23 July 1942 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William and Emily Canham; husband of Florence Elizabeth Canham, of Southall, Middlesex.
Cann Bernard Lawrence PLY/X 108734 Marine Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. Not known 7 April 1945 Germany Hanover War Cemetery
Cann George Unknown Private Royal Marines Light Infantry 73 8 July 1923 United Kingdom Bideford Higher Cemetery,Devon
Cann Herbert Ralph PO/22722 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 40 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Ernest and Emily Cann; husband of Emily Agnes Irene Cann, of Milton, Portsea, Hampshire.
Cann Jerome PLY/15899 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Amphion. 17 6 August 1914 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Stephen and Mary Cann, of Trevena, Tintagel, Cornwall.
Cann Lewis Percival PLY/X 100845 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 27 24 April 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Cann Stanley Edgar Tom PLY/18476 Marine Royal Marines Plymouth Div. 43 21 August 1943 United Kingdom Stratton St. Margaret (Lower Stratton) Cemetery Son of Daniel and Elizabeth Cann; husband of Winifred Mabel Cann, of Ward End, Birmingham.
Cann William Ernest CH/498(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div. 21 20 June 1915 Greece East Mudros Military Cemetery Son of Lydia Ann Cann, of Aysgarth, 6, Highfield Terrace, Ilfracombe, Devon, and the late William Cann.
Cannings William George PO/18247 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Invincible. 18 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of James and Mary Cannings, of 3 Back, Manger Cottages, Crawley, Winchester, Hants.
Cannons Leslie Edward PO/X 2378 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. Not known 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Cant Christopher Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Hood 25 13 October 1902 Malta Kalkara Naval Cemetery
Cant Frank PLY/X101759 Marine Royal Marines 2 Coastal Artillery Regt MNBDO 2 27 31 December 1943 Italy Syracuse War Cemetery, Sicily Son of Alfred and Eda Cant; husband of Brenda Cant, of Bacup, Lancashire.
Cantlay Stanley Dalziel CH/X 116216 Corporal 46 Commando RM 19 23 March 1945 Germany Reichswald Forest War Cemetery KIA River Rhine
Canty Albert Richard PO/16534 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Division 26 30 October 1916 France Hamel Military Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel
Canvess Henry CH/X 115200 Marine Royal Marines 17 10 April 1944 United Kingdom Hull Northern Cemetery Son of Harry and Elsie May Canvess, of Hull.
Capel Albert PLY/16477 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. President III. 47 12 August 1943 United Kingdom Blackpool (Carleton) Cemetery Son of James and Rosina Capel.
Capel Albert Joseph PLY/2366 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 22 26 March 1916 France Puchevillers British Cemetery Son of John and Mary Capel, of Speech House Rd., nr. Coleford, Glos.
Capel Harry PO/2644 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 31 30 September 1918 France Proville British Cemetery
Capes Edward Albert CH/X 103413 Lance Corporal Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando. 24 22 December 1944 Italy Bari War Cemetery Son of Edward Charles and Elizabeth Capes, of Whitefield, Lancashire.
Capes Henry John PO/246(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 13 May 1915 Egypt Alexandria (Chatby) Military And War Memorial Cemetery
Caplehorn Charles Wyatt RMB/X 262 Band Corporal Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Arethusa 28 18 November 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William Wyatt Caplehorn and Ellen Mary Frances Caplehorn, of Walthamstow, Essex.
Caplin Albert PO/6679 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Dryad 35 4 November 1908 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Caplin William Charles PO/17326 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Portsmouth Battalion, RN Division 16 25 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles Memorial located St. Mary's Church, Funtingdon, Sussex Inscription: Memorial in Memory of the Dead of Two World Wars
Cappleman John CH/X 109637 Sergeant 48 Commando RM 26 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Killed St. Aubin-sur-Mer. BWX Plot XlV, Row A, grave 17. Inscription: At the going down of the sun and in the morning - we will remember them
Capstick Arthur James PO/X 3816 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 19 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Frederick and Margaret Capstick, of Ardwick, Manchester.
Carberry Patrick CH/17700 Marine Royal Marines Tamar 111 38 9 April 1933 Singapore Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore Photo courtesy WO1 Peter Forrester RM
Carden William Frank PO/18183 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Invincible. 19 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mrs. C. Carden, of 65, Middlebridge St., Romsey, Hants.
Cardwell Leslie PLY/X 1881 Corporal Royal Marines 11th Bn. 23 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Husband of Eileen Cardwell, of Pontllanfraith, Monmouthshire.
Cardy Daniel Francis PO/X 102293 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S.Canopus. Not known 14 May 1942 Egypt Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery
Carew Michael Not known Pensioner Royal Marine Light Infantry 46 18 November 1888 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Carey Gilbert Daniel EX/1713 Marine Royal Marines RM 1st AA Regt 24 22 May 1941 Crete Suda Bay War Cemetery Husband of Glenys May Carey, of Bristol.
Carey John CH/14142 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Cressy. 36 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Carey, of 4, Torbay Villas, Ashley Rd., Hampton, Middlesex.
Carey Thomas Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 64 11 May 1887 United Kingdom Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport, Ham
Carey William Francis Henry RMA/7425 Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery HM Yacht Iliona 35 13 December 1918 United Kingdom Portland Royal Naval Cemetery Son of William and Ann Carey (stepmother), of Blackfarm, Buncrana, Co. Donegal.
Carle James CH/X 103583 Marine Royal Marines 41 2 May 1947 United Kingdom Lowestoft (Normanston Drive) Cemetery Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Carle; husband of Harriett Carle, of Lowestoft.
Carlin Stephen CH/19583 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 19 13 November 1916 France Y Ravine Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Royal Naval Division. Known to be buried in this cemetery. Y Ravine Cemetery, Beaumont Hamel, France. Inscription: Their glory shall not be blotted out.
Carlyle Edmund PO/X 112075 Marine 42 Commando RM 22 26 January 1945 Burma Taukkyan War Cemetery Inscription: Eternal rest give unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him
Carman Arthur Ernest CH/19336 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 19 22 November 1916 France Etaples Military Cemetery Son of Mrs. R. Carman, of Haddenham, Ely, Cambs.
Carman Richard Henry EX/1969 Marine Royal Marines 28 24 December 1946 United Kingdom Wolverhampton Borough Cemetery Son of Samuel and Emily Carman, of Ford Houses, Wolverhampton.
Carmichael Robert Deal/5215(S) Private RM/Divisional Engineers/RND 20 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of Robert and Alice Carmichael, of 84, Albion Row, Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Carmond Thomas Not known Marine Royal Marines Not known September 1814 United States of America Crab Island, Lake Champlain Royal Marine Artillery Ontario in attendance September 2010.
Carnighan William RMB/1647 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Monmouth. 22 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Amelia Carnighan, of Liverpool.
Carothers Terence Brittan Lieutenant Royal Marines H.M.L.C.F. 15. 37 17 June 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Samuel Dixon Carothers and Winifred Ellen Carothers; husband of Annabel Campbell Carothers, of Fionphort, Isle of Mull.
Carpenter Albert Ebenezer CH/13901 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Calliope 39 12 December 1915 United Kingdom Dartford (East Hill) Cemetery Son of Mrs. and late Mr. S. Carpenter, of Woolwich; husband of Ada E. Carpenter, of 20, Ernest Rd., Chatham.
Carpenter Albert Henry PO/11270 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Russell. Not known 27 April 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Carpenter Clement CH/1264(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 14 July 1917 France Orchard Dump Cemetery, Arleux-En-Gohelle Son of Joseph and Clara Carpenter, of Watford, Herts.
Carpenter Edward Berry Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 18 August 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of the Rev. E. Stanley Carpenter and Mrs. Carpenter, of Hints Vicarage, Tamworth, Staffs. Was Head of his House in VI. Book, and in School Cricket and Football XI., Winchester. Captain of Cricket and President of University C.U. Oxford. Private Secretary to Sir Laurence Guillemard, Home Civil Service (Excise and Customs); called to the Bar, Inner Temple.
Carpenter Robert Stanley PO/X 3508 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 21 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William and Ellen Carpenter, of Bream, Gloucestershire.
Carr George Edward CH/X 103131 Marine Royal Marines 24 25 July 1945 United Kingdom Longbenton (Dudley) Cemetery Son of Albert Carr and of Sarah Anne Carr (nee Forster); husband of Iris Vera Jane Carr (nee Devo), of Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex.
Carr George William CH/10471 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 38 7 April 1918 France Mesnil Communal Cemetery Extension Husband of Alice Leah Matthews (formerly Carr), of 13, Albert Terrace, Tynemouth Rd., North Shields.
Carr John PO/12987 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial
Carr John Cuthbert Deal/4281(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div. 19 2 January 1918 France Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery, Manancourt
Carr Robert Henry CH/199 Constable Royal Marine Police 60 30 September 1944 United Kingdom Grove Park Cemetery Husband of Beatrice Matilda Carr, of Deptford.
Carr Thomas Edward CH/X 103923 Sergeant Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. Not known 21 October 1944 Belgium Brugge General Cemetery
Carr Thomas Ernest PO/X101168 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O. 1. 21 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Carr. of Moston, Manchester.
Carr William PO/13253 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 19 31 December 1904 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Carr William Jones PLY/17516 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 20 28 March 1918 France Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension No.1
Carrick George PLY/14722 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Indefatigable. 25 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of James and Sarah Ann Carrick, of Carlisle.
Carrington Edwin Charles Murray Lieutenant Royal Marines 39 28 February 1831 United Kingdom Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout Memorial Headstone
Carroll Henry Not known Pensioner Royal Marine Artillery 34 9 April 1886 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Carroll Jack Thomas PO/17206 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Carroll, of 54, Alexandra Rd., Handsworth, Birmingham.
Carroll John PLY/18749 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 18 3 September 1918 France Bac-Du-Sud British Cemetery, Bailleulval Son of Elizabeth Carroll, of Lucan, Co. Dublin.
Carroll John Patrick RMA/15501 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery, Eastney Barracks 20 8 July 1918 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of Patrick and Maria Carroll, of 11, Thicket Wood Chambers, Anerley, London.
Carroll Joseph Terence PO/X 120450 Marine Royal Marine HMS Lynx 19 12 June 1944 United Kingdom Dover (St. James'S) Cemetery Inscription: Loved beyond words, O Mother open wide your arms and let your Son lie within
Carruthers Bertie Moffat PO/632(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 24 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of Mary Margaret Carruthers, of 6, Croydon Rd., Newcastle-on-Tyne, and the late Robert Carruthers.
Carson Joseph PLY/15963 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 22 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial
Carson Mark Unknown Corporal 5th Co. Royal Marine Light Infantry 26 11 May 1857 United Kingdom Deal North Barracks Cemetery
Carson Robert James PLY/15760 Marine Royal Marines 47 15 February 1941 United Kingdom Belfast City Cemetery Son of Thomas and Tilly Carson; husband of Annie Carson, of Belfast.
Carter Arthur Edward PO/X 2367 Marine 47 Commando RM 24 7 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Son of Stephen Arthur and Lucy Maud Carter, of Sherfield English, Hampshire; husband of Gwendoline Ivy Carter, of Sherfield English.
Carter Clarence Merrifield (Nick) Major Royal Marines 81 14 June 1993 United Kingdom Warblington Cemetery, Hampshire
Carter Ernest George CH/15997 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1983). H.M.S. Aboukir. 25 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Husband of Rose Elizabeth Rickard (formerly Carter), of 186, Station Rd., Rainham, Kent.
Carter Francis Albert PLY/15569 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Indefatigable. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Francis Albert Matthew and Jane Carter, of 20, Cecil St., Castle Boulevard, Nottingham. Native of Tiverton, Devonshire.
Carter Frank PO/8798 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry S.S. Motagua. 40 25 March 1918 United Kingdom Milton (St. Mary Magdalene) Churchyard Son of Samuel and Frances Carter, of Fern Hill, Vela Marner Rd., New Milton.
Carter Fred EX/2009 Corporal Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.(I). 24 14 September 1942 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Joseph and Florrie Carter, of Nuneaton, Warwickshire; husband of Doris Carter, of Nuneaton.
Carter Frederick George PO/13096 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Britannia. 32 9 November 1918 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Charles Carter, of Easton, Corsham, Wilts.
Carter Frederick John Philip CH/18729 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Deal Bn. R.N. Div 21 28 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Redoubt Cemetery, Helles Son of Mr. and Mrs. Carter, of 70, Lansdowne Rd., Purley, Surrey.
Carter Harry PO/8224 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Barham. 39 20 June 1916 United Kingdom Streatham Cemetery Son of Richard and Mary Carter, of Salisbury, Wilts.
Carter John Ellis CH/11425 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div. 32 6 July 1915 Egypt Alexandria (Chatby) Military And War Memorial Cemetery Husband of Ada Carter, of 131, Fielding Rd., Bedford Park, Chiswick, London.
Carter Joseph Unknown Private A Co. Royal Marine Light Infantry 21 3 June 1871 United Kingdom Deal North Barracks Cemetery
Carter Norman CH/20284 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Laurentic. 18 25 January 1917 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Lewis and Eliza Carter, of Slant Gate, Kirkburton, Huddersfield.
Carter Richard George CH/7423 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/A/691) Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 40 7 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Husband of Elizabeth Carter, of 79A, College Avenue, Gillingham, Kent.
Carter Robert John William PO/X 4247 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. Not known 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Carter Robert Vincent CH/14947 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 33 14 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Robert Vincent Carter and Emma Carter, of 64, Venner Rd., Sydenham, London.
Carter Roy Joseph EX/5341 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O. 1. 20 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Ivy Louise Carter, of Streatham, London.
Carter Sidney William CH/2137(S) Private Royal Marines Not known 8 April 1918 France Pozieres Memorial Name inscribed on Memorial
Carter Thomas PLY/10889 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Monmouth 20 27 June 1904 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Carter Thomas RMA/1382 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery 29 9 December 1892 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Carter Thomas John CH/6418 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 22 June 1893 Not known Lost At Sea Off Tripoli The monument was removed from its original site near Portsmouth City Guildhall in 1903.
Carter William EX/1069 Corporal Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. Not known 7 June 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Carter William PLY/X 109971 Marine Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando. 21 22 March 1945 Netherlands Uden War Cemetery Son of Richard and Catherine Carter, of Preston, Lancashire.
Carter William Arthur PLY/12300 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Amphion. 32 6 August 1914 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Marie Carter; husband of Florence Carter, of Easton, Corsham, Wilts.
Carter-Selwood Ronald George PLY/1964 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 20 28 September 1918 France Sucrerie British Cemetery, Graincourt-Les-Havrincourt Son of Mrs. R. Carter-Selwood, of 69, Westcott Place, Swindon. Native of Moreton-in-Marsh,.
Cartledge Herbert George PO/22820 Warrant Officer Class II Royal Marines R.M. Group. M.N.B.D.O. (1). Not known 28 September 1941 Egypt Suez War Memorial Cemetery
Cartlidge William PLY/10333 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Exmouth. Not known 1 December 1916 Greece Piraeus Naval And Consular Cemetery
Cartwright George John James PO/392(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div 20 13 July 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of George Cartwright, of 27, Main St., Goldthorpe, Rotherham, and the late Henrietta Cartwright.
Cartwright George William CH/X. 3213 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.G.(L) 16. 24 26 April 1943 United Kingdom Milford Haven Cemetery Son of Matthew and May Cartwright; husband of Jean W. Hughes Cartwright, of Dennistoun, Glasgow.
Cartwright Harry Thompson PO/7461 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Powerful 24 26 November 1899 Inscribed on South Africa War Memorial, Victoria Park, Portsmouth, Hampshire.
Cartwright John PLY/16865 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial
Cartwright Joseph Carey RMA/12994 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Queen Mary. 21 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Mary S. Cartwright, of 80, Harbottle St, Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne, and the late Joseph Cartwright.
Cartwright Thomas Desmond Captain Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. Not known 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Cartwright William RMA/12222 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Good Hope. Not known 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Cartwright DSO Frederick John Winsor Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 41 30 April 1917 United Kingdom Torrington Cemetery, Devon Son of the late Thomas Broadbent Cartwright and Marian Cartwright, of The Wilderness, Richmond, Surrey; husband of Emily M. T. Cartwright.
Carver Alfred George RMB/1806 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Monmouth. 18 1 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Alfred and Elizabeth Carver, of 13, Ford Rd., Arundel, Sussex.
Carver Edward James PO/8331 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/712). H.M.S. Motagua. 40 19 March 1918 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of John and Mary Carver, of Buckland Denham, Frome, Somerset; husband of Lilias Maud Carver, of 12, Crackmore Rd., Southampton.
Carver Wilfred PO/16955 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Bulwark. 20 26 November 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Robert and Louisa Carver, of 7, Stanghow Rd., Lingdale, Boosbeck, Yorks.
Carvil Ernest CH/16260 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hawke. Not known 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Case William CH/19125 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Lion. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Case (1) Hector Frank PO/8774 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 35 24 September 1913 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Case (2) Hector Frank PO/8774 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 35 24 September 1913 United Kingdom Royal Naval Cemetery, Haslar, Go
Casey Nicholas PO/16326 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Lion. 20 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Nicholas and Sarah Casey.
Casey Sidney CH/X101388 Marine Royal Marines M.N.B.D.O. 1 Gp. 21 28 August 1941 Germany Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery Son of Mrs. M. A. Casey; husband of Rosie Casey, of Romford, Essex.
Casey (1) Graham Charles Nicol PLY/X4320 Quarter Master Sergeant Royal Marines 45 Commando 32 31 May 1957 Cyprus Wayne'S Keep Cemetery Wayne's Keep Cemetery where most British service personnel are buried is located in the UN Buffer Zone. QMS Casey's name is listed on the British Cyprus Memorial which is located in the Turkish Sector.
Casey (2) Graham Charles Nicol PLY/X4320 Quarter Master Sergeant Royal Marines 45 Commando 32 31 May 1957 Cyprus British Cemetery Nicosia Inscription: Loving son, husband and daddy died while the sun was still high in the sky
Cash Thomas Harold CH/18541 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div 19 7 June 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial Son of Albert and Sarah Elizabeth Cash, of 39, Kensington St., Derby.
Cashin Ernest PLY/X 3732 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Galatea. 21 15 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of James Arthur and Anne Cashin, of Wigan, Lancashire.
Casken Alfred PLY/178(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 4 March 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Casper Peter Lieutenant Royal Marines No. 45 R.M. Commando. 21 6 April 1945 Germany Hanover War Cemetery Son of Emil Hans and Margaret Casper, of Farnham, Surrey.
Cassey Ernest RMA/13157 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Ajax. 31 3 April 1918 United Kingdom Leicester (Gilroes) Cemetery Son of Daniel and Ada Cassey, of 43, Eastleigh Rd., Narborough Rd., Leicester. Born at Manchester.
Cassidy James PLY/14963 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hyacinth. 26 10 September 1918 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of the late Peter Cassidy, of Carlisle; husband of the late Edith Cassidy.
Cassidy Patrick EX/4208 Marine Royal Marines Not known 31 May 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial
Casson Robert EX/3236 Marine 45 Commando RM 25 6 June 1944 France Ryes War Cemetery, Bazenville Inscription: On whose soul sweet Jesus have mercy - R. I. P. - They died for our freedom
Castle Charles Henry James Deal/870(S) Sapper Royal Marines 2nd Field Coy. R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. 20 17 November 1916 France Bois-Guillaume Communal Cemetery Son of Thomas William and Rosa Emma Castle, of 62, Blenheim Road, Deal.
Castle Edwin Andrew PO/2464 (S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 25 27 September 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Castle, of West Langdon, Dover; husband of Ada Grace Castle, of 13, Selborne Terrace, Dover.
Castle Henry Wilmot Deal/4211(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div. Not known 4 November 1917 Belgium St. Julien Dressing Station Cemetery
Castle Jesse PO/18891 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Theseus Not known 6 July 1918 Greece Syra New British Cemetery
Castro Frank Deal/402(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. Not known 25 May 1915 Egypt Alexandria (Chatby) Military And War Memorial Cemetery
Catchpole Herbert John PO/15045 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 27 September 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial
Catelinet John Alfred PO/19184 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 3rd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 4 December 1918 Greece East Mudros Military Cemetery Son of James Thomas and Annie Catelinet, of I, D'Auvergne Cottages, Aquila Rd., St. Helier, Jersey.
Cathro James PO/1446(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of William and Jane Fordyce Smith Cathro, of 35, Guthrie St., Dundee.
Catley Charles Commissioned Royal Marine Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Queen Mary. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Catlin Albert Francis CH/17516 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Laurentic 22 25 January 1917 Ireland, Republic of Upper Fahan (St. Mura'S) Church Of Ireland Churchyard Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Francis Catlin, of 211, Horninglow Rd., Burton-on-Trent.
Catlin Christopher Thomas CH/X 2895 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Southampton. 21 11 January 1941 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Frederick Herbert and Harriet Catlin, of Fulham, London.
Catrick Robert Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known Not known Ascension Island Not known
Cattell Charles PLY/10241 Sergeant Royal Marines Light Infantry HMS London 33 21 January 1915 United Kingdom Portland Royal Naval Cemetery Son of the late Samuel and Emma Cattell, of Wells, Somerset.
Cattell Charles Venning RMA/3102(S) Gunner Royal Marine Artillery Eastney Barracks (Portsmouth) Not known 21 December 1918 United Kingdom Ilford (Buckingham Road) Cemetery
Cattell Samuel PLY/13800 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 28 25 August 1918 France A.I.F. Burial Ground, Flers Son of Samuel and Emma Cattell, of Wells, Somerset.
Catterall Francis PLY/X 1560 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.S. Kenya. 23 9 November 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Francis Newby Catterall and Nora Catterall; husband of Irene Emily Catterall, of Plymouth.
Catterall John PO/X108069 Marine Royal Marines No. 40 R.M. Commando 21 19 August 1942 France Boulogne Eastern Cemetery Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Catterall; husband of Phyllis Catterall, of Grimsbury, Banbury, Oxfordshire.
Catts John Henry PLY/X 3877 Lance Corporal 47 Commando RM 21 7 June 1944 France Ryes War Cemetery, Bazenville Inscription: Till the day break
Caudrey Harold William PO/14139 Sergeant Major Royal Marine Band Not known 29 June 1940 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Caughey Andrew PO/2048 (S) Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 8 March 1918 France Orival Wood Cemetery, Flesquieres
Causer Fred CH/19193 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 23 3 November 1919 United Kingdom Huyton (St. Michael) Churchyard Extension Son of C Causer of Laburnum Villas, Huyton Quarry.
Cave Cyril John CH/X 2157 Sergeant Royal Marines H.M.L.C.F. 37. 25 1 November 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Mrs. C. E. Cave; husband of Caroline Lilian Cave, of Allbrook, Hampshire.
Cave George Harry EX/5137 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Odyssey. 24 15 October 1944 France St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen Son of Joseph Cave, and of Florence M. Cave, of Austrey, Warwickshire.
Cave Peter Lieutenant Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O. (1). 28 24 April 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Frank Arthur Cave, and of Dorothy Cave, of St. Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex; husband of Beryl Cave.
Cavell Alfred Edward Deal/841(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. Not known 11 March 1915 United Kingdom Deal Cemetery Husband of Elizabeth Jane Cavell, of 10, Nelson St., Deal;.
Cavill James CH/1399(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 24 March 1918 France Arras Memorial
Cawse Samuel George CH/13420 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hawke. 36 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of the late Samuel Cawse.
Caynes Charles Not known Private Royal Marines Light Infantry 75 22 May 1922 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth No headstone.
Cecil John P043777V Colour Sergeant Royal Marine United Kingdom LF CSG 35 21 March 2003 United Kingdom Iraq campaign named on CTCRM Memorial
Chadbone Ernest PLY/2575 (S) Private RMLI/RN Division 20 8 October 1918 France Proville British Cemetery Son of F. L. and Jane E. Chadbone, of 16, Worminghall, Thame, Oxon.
Chadwick George PO/17368 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div. 17 11 October 1914 Belgium Eksaarde Communal Cemetery
Chadwick George Henry Deal/3576(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Medical Unit R.N. Div. Not known 25 February 1916 Greece Portianos Military Cemetery Son of Mr. H. Chadwick, of Linley Cottages, Talke, Stoke-on-Trent.
Chadwick James PO/X 5282 Marine 40 Commando RM 26 7 July 1951 Malaya Kamunting Road Christian Cemeter Inscription: Beloved husband of Ruth and dear Daddy of Alison we shall always remember
Chalk Arthur PLY/1789(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial
Chalk Frederick Dudley PO/15693 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div Not known 11 May 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Chalk Hector Edward Charles PO/20164 Bugler Royal Marine Light Infantry SS Galway Castle Not known 12 September 1918 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Chalkley Reginald George PLY/690(S). Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 20 20 February 1917 France Etaples Military Cemetery Son of George and Thomasine Chalkley, of 17, Carlton Terrace, Eldad Hill, Stonehouse, Plymouth.
Chalmers Alexander Not known Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Not known 1848 Malaya Old Naval Cemetery, Labuan Isla Died of fever. Inscription: Sacred to the memory of
Chalmers George Henry Deal/9362 Corporal Royal Marine Labour Corps Calais Coy. 33 30 December 1917 France Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Sangatte Husband of Mary Chalmers, of 44, Kirkgate, Leith.
Chalmers Walter PLY/6980 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry HQ 37 7 January 1910 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Chamberlain Henry Sidney PO/X 3393 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood. 24 24 May 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Henry Richard and Elsie Chamberlain; husband of Jessie Mary Chamberlain.
Chambers Arthur Edward CH/1024(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Div Not known 9 February 1916 United Kingdom Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery, Kent
Chambers Bertie PO/12642 Private RMLI/RN Division 33 27 September 1918 France Sucrerie British Cemetery, Graincourt-Les-Havrincourt Husband of Mabel M. Chambers, of High St., Stanton, Suffolk.
Chambers Cecil George PLY/15677 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 25 August 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial
Chambers George Deal/2372(S) Private RMLI/RN Division 28 20 January 1918 France Metz-En-Couture Communal Cemetery British Extension
Chambers George CH/X 107065 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.F. 37. 27 1 November 1944 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William and Mary Chambers, of Westport, Co. Mayo, Republic of Ireland.
Chambers George Herbert PLY/X 100460 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Neptune. 30 19 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Thomas and Margeret Chambers, of Burnley, Lancashire; husband of Susan Chambers.
Chambers Harry PLY/15726 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 23 6 November 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of Mrs. L. Chambers, of 2, Ashton Place, Grace Rd., Sparkbrook, Birmingham.
Chambers Robert Henry Gilbert PO/16471 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 23 28 April 1917 France Arras Memorial Son of Robert and Lydia Chambers, of 200, Floyer Rd., Small Heath, Birmingham, late of Worcester.
Chambers William CH/17362 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Pathfinder. 22 5 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Mary Chambers, of 73, Margaret St., Coalville, Leicester.
Chambers William Robert PLY/X 2212 Corporal Royal Marines H.M.S. Prince of Wales. 22 10 December 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of James W. and Hilda G. Chambers, of Leiston, Suffolk.
Chambers William Thomas CH/838 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 27 28 April 1917 France Orchard Dump Cemetery, Arleux-En-Gohelle Son of William Thomas and Alice Edith Chambers, of 155, Great College St., Camden Town, London.
Champ Francis Logan CH/2978 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/A/388). H.M.S. Hawke. Not known 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Champ William Ewart PLY/16791 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Indefatigable. 19 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Frank and Emma Champ, of Dale Cottage, Dale St., St. Paul'S, Bristol.
Champion Edward Francis PLY/17988 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 8 October 1918 France Vis-En-Artois Memorial
Champion Henry RMA/7357 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Invincible. 38 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of David Champion, of West Norwood, London; husband of Mary E. Champion, of 15, Asylum Rd., Milton, Portsmouth.
Champion James Lieutenant Royal Marines Not known 30 December 1783 United States of America Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn Inscription: See Sandy Hook Memorial inscription located Parish of Trinity Church, New York - Image
Champion John Frederick EX/3572 Marine Royal Marines 23 14 January 1941 United Kingdom St. Kintigern'S Cemetery, Balmor Inscription: Gallant was the cause my son fell for but harder was the parting from his loved one's Mother
Champion William John PO/15643 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Invincible. 24 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of William and Rebecca Champion, of Holt Lane, Hook, Hants.
Chance Thomas James RMB/1031 Band Corporal Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Invincible. 26 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of James and Charlotte Chance, of 79, Gretton Houses, Globe Rd., Bethnal Green, London.
Chandler Benjamin Charles PO/3250(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry, Forton Barracks 44 20 October 1918 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Husband of E. E. Chandler, of 304, Seaside, Eastbourne.
Chandler Charles William CH/8271 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/1304). H.M.S. Hawke. Not known 15 October 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Chandler Harry Evans CH/588(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div Not known 2 September 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Helles Memorial
Chandler Henry CH/19831 Private 8th RM Battalion 23 21 May 1921 United Kingdom Southborough Cemetery Southborough Cemetery Royal Tunbridge Wells Kent
Chandler William PO/X 2227 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Barham. 22 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Frederick and Kate Chandler, of Horley, Surrey.
Channell Albert Henry PO/17581 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 21 4 May 1917 France Boulogne Eastern Cemetery Son of Henry Channell and Matilda (his wife), of Epsom Golf Club, Epsom Downs, Surrey. Native of Portsmouth.
Channer Hugh Watson Lieutenant Colonel Royal Marines 70 13 October 1948 United Kingdom St Margarets Church, Northam, Bi
Channing Arthur William PLY/14616 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 40 23 February 1917 France Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension
Chant Charles Alfred PO/X 100312 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Penelope. 24 18 February 1944 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Florence Chant; husband of May Chant, of Bently Heath, Warwickshire.
Chant John Fredrick Christian PO/9061 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/873). H.M.S. Bayano. 32 11 March 1915 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Sarah Chant, of 17, Albert St., Gosport, and the late George Chant.
Chanter William Not known Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 70 15 October 1906 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Chanter William Henry PLY/1012 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 37 20 March 1898 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Chaplin Frederick William CH/16206 Lance Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Clan McNaughton. 23 3 February 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William Frederick and Caroline Rebecca Chaplin, of 20, Cassimer Terrace, Beecholme Rd., Upper Clapton, London.
Chaplin Herbert CH/12437 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 32 13 November 1916 France Cayeux Military Cemetery Son of Thomas and Emma Chaplin, of Roade, Northampton.
Chaplin Jabez PLY/14268 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HQ 19 4 November 1908 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Chapman Alfred Henry Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 190th Bde. Machine Gun Coy. R.N. Div. 23 13 November 1916 France Thiepval Memorial Son of Charles Henry and Emma Louisa Chapman, of Beaconsfield House, Sheen Rd., Richmond, Surrey.
Chapman Arthur Edward CH/17445 Private RMLI/RN Division 24 28 April 1917 France Point-Du-Jour Military Cemetery, Athies Son of Mr. G. and Mrs. A. L. Chapman, of 50, High St., Ashby, Scunthorpe, Lincs.
Chapman Arthur George RMA/6254 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Lion. Not known 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Chapman Charles Clarence EX/1169 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Fidelity. 22 1 January 1943 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Clarence Walter and Irene May Chapman; husband of Joan Ellen Chapman, of Reading, Berkshire.
Chapman Charles Fawcett Deal/4019(S) Private Royal Marines 148th Field Amb. (Medical Unit), R.N. Div. Not known 12 June 1916 France Abbeville Communal Cemetery
Chapman Charles Sydney RMB/X 1593 Musician Royal Marine Band H.M.S. Barham 34 25 November 1941 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Nellie Kathleen Chapman; husband of Edith Ellen Chapman, of St. Paul's Cray, Kent.
Chapman Frederick Philip PO/11934 Company Sergeant Major Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 16 May 1917 Belgium Tournai Communal Cemetery Allied Extension Medaille Militaire (France).
Chapman Frederick William PLY/15131 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Lion. 23 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of William and S. A. Chapman, of Hewlett's Cottage, Galhampton, Bath, Somerset. Native of North Cadbury, Bath.
Chapman George RME/13843 Marine Royal Marine Engineers H.M.S. Forte 23 8 July 1944 United Kingdom Falmouth Cemetery, Falmouth, Cor Marine Chapmans death is recorded as drowning. His unit was G Company, Royal Marine Engineers.
Chapman George RMA/13213 Bombardier Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Vanguard. 23 9 July 1917 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of George and Fanny Chapman, of 138, Blake St., Mansfield Woodhouse, Mansfield, Notts.
Chapman George William CH/17841 Private RMLI/RN Division 21 13 November 1916 France Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel Son of William and Esther Chapman, of Ewelands Hall Lodge, Margaretting, Essex.
Chapman Henry William CH/X 101374 Marine Royal Marines 28 20 August 1945 United Kingdom Willesden New Cemetery Son of James Mark Chapman and Jane Chapman.
Chapman Hubert Thomas May CH/17928 Bugler Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. 16 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Henry and Louisa Chapman, of 42, Fore St., Gillingham, Kent. Born at Wouldham, Kent.
Chapman Nicholas PO/15685P Sergeant Royal Marines 58 25 April 1997 United Kingdom Efford Cemetery, Plymouth
Chapman Richard Not known Private Royal Marines Light Infantry 78 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth No headstone.
Chapman Robert PLY/2231(S) Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 31 December 1917 France Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery, Manancourt
Chapman Robert Henry CH/X 114599 Marine Royal Marines HMS Copra 19 6 June 1944 France Bayeux War Cemetery Inscription: His memory is a keepsake, God has him in his care, we have him in our hearts
Chappell Alfred Lawrence RME/7895(S) Private Royal Marine Engineers 39 11 January 1919 United Kingdom Bristol (Arnos Vale) Roman Catholic Cemetery Son of Mark and Teresa Chappell, of Bristol.
Chappell Herbert PLY/807(S) Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. Not known 28 April 1917 France Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun Son of Mrs. S. Evans, of 815, Hollins Rd., Hollinswood, Manchester.
Chappell Hubert Harold PLY/13088 Private RMLI/RN Division 33 27 March 1918 France Hedauville Communal Cemetery Extension Son of William and Annie Chappell, of 5, Bond St., Trowbridge, Wilts. Born at Wells, Somerset.
Chappell Reginald Walter RMA/12324 Lance Sergeant Royal Marine Artillery H.Q. (Eastney) 25 25 December 1916 United Kingdom Knebworth (St. Martin) Churchyard Son of Henry and Mary Ann Chappell, of "Glencoe," 29, Pondcroft Rd., Knebworth. Born at Haultwich, Little Munden, Herts.
Chapple Edmund PLY/15653 Private Royal Marines 23 25 March 1918 United Kingdom Thelbridge (St. David) Churchyard Grave, South East of Church
Chapple John Henry CH/14863 Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Pathfinder. Not known 5 September 1914 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial
Chapple Phillip George PO/X 107134 Marine Royal Marines H.Q. 5th R.M. A.A. Bde. 22 23 February 1945 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery Son of George J. and Ethel A. Chapple, of Chagford, Devon.
Chapple William Stanley PLY/13947 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Indefatigable. 23 31 May 1916 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of John and Fanny Maria Chapple, of 21, Wyndham St., Plymouth.
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