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