ROYAL MARINES BADGE & INSIGNIA REFERENCE

Royal Marines Graves

To see details of a specific grave image click on either the Surname, Name or Number. This will open the corresponding image in your browser window. Alternatively, hover your mouse cursor over the Surname, Name or Number to see a preview.

Searches can be performed by Surname, First name, Number, Unit, Country and/or Location. After entering your search criteria, click Search.

If a single character is entered in the search field all the Surnames beginning with the character will be returned.

Examples of search criteria:
- ahern - will return all entries with Surname Ahern. Note searches are not case sensitive, e.g. searching for Ahern and ahern will return the same entries.
- Marine – will return all the entries that have Marine in the content, e.g. Number Royal Marine Artillery/10726 and Unit Royal Marines.
- ahern Harry – will return all entries that have Ahern as the Surname and Harry as the First Name.

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For an explanation of the Royal Marine Register Numbers see: RM Register Number.pdf


Surname First name Number Rank Unit Age Date Country of Burial Grave Location Notes
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 Marines 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