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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.
- Marine – will return all the entries that have Marine in the content, e.g. Number Royal Marine Artillery/10726 and Unit Royal Marines.
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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|
|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||Unknown||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|