ROYAL MARINES BADGE & INSIGNIA REFERENCE

Royal Marines Graves

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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
Yates William Christopher PLY/X 100473 Marine Royal Marines H.M.L.C.G. (L) 5. 34 24 June 1944 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of William and Ann Yates; husband of Caroline Isabell Yates, of Huvton, Lancashire.
Yearby Frank Victor PLY/13770 Lance Corporal Royal Marine Light Infantry (RMR/B/845), S.S. Kingswood. 30 25 March 1917 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Alderman Edward John and Hagar Gertrude Yearby, of "Brentwood," 149, Narborough Rd., Leicester.
Yearley Laurence PO/214492 Marine Royal Marines 48 27 August 1942 United Kingdom Newton Abbot Cemetery Gen Section B, Grave 172
Yeates Alfred Thomas Deal/2147(S) Private Royal Marines R.M. Div. Train, R.N. Div. 28 3 December 1918 France Etaples Military Cemetery Son of Mary Anna Yeates, of 105, Rodney St., Swansea, and the late George Yeates.
Yeates William George Deal 8515 (S) Private Royal Marine Labour Corps (Labour Company, Le Havre) 45 7 April 1918 France Ste. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre, Seine-Maritime Div. 62. III. B. 5. Son of William G. and Charlotte Yeates, of Notting Hill, London; husband of Caroline G. Yeates, of 13, All Saints Rd., Westbourne Park, London. (SS/16748, Naval Labour Company, Army Service Corps) Served in the Sudan Campaign, (Atbara, and Khartoum).
Yendall Henry PLY/2210 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry HMS Powerful 52 24 February 1917 United Kingdom Alphington Church Cemetery Grave A.2.66, Churchyard Extension on Dawlish Road
Yeo George D PLY/8097 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 24 16 March 1900 United Kingdom Plymouth Old Cemetery
Yeo Thomas Gordon PLY/X3477 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Exeter. 24 18 July 1945 Indonesia Ambon War Cemetery Son of Ernest Bickerton Yeo and Kathleen Caroline Yeo, of Islington, London.
Yeo William Wallace PLY/16358 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. 24 26 October 1917 Belgium Tyne Cot Memorial Son of the late Thomas and Elizabeth Ann Yeo, of 8, Victoria St., Okehampton, Devon.
Yeomans Geoffrey Richard Lieutenant Royal Marines No. 42 R.M. Commando. 19 24 August 1945 India Kirkee War Cemetery Son of George Ralph and Audrey Ada Yeomans, of Norbury, Surrey. His brother Bernard George, also died on service.
Yerbury Kenneth Edwin PO/X282 Sergeant Royal Marines 38 6 September 1946 United Kingdom Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery Son of Walter Edwin and Sarah Anne Yerbury; husband of Lottie Ivy May Yerbury, of Southsea.
Yole Richard Clarence Deal/5115(S) Sapper Royal Marines R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div. 28 10 December 1915 Turkey (including Gallipoli) Lancashire Landing Cemetery Son of John Henry and Emma Yole, of 7, Loop Lane, South Side, Butterknowle, Co. Durham.
York Thomas PO/4718 Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div. 42 6 October 1914 Belgium Schoonselhof Cemetery Naval Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Son of Mr. and Mrs. York, of 67, Meadow Rd., Lambeth; husband of Mrs. York, of 11, Guildford Rd., West Greenwich, London. Served in the South African Campaign and Boxer Rebellion (1900).
York Walter Reginald Victor EX/5300 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group, M.N.B.D.O.1. 23 1 June 1941 United Kingdom Plymouth Naval Memorial Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. York, of Plaistow, Sussex.
Yorke Albert Percy CH/16853 Private Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Formidable. 22 1 January 1915 United Kingdom Chatham Naval Memorial Son of Henry and Jane Yorke, of 99, Winsover Rd., Spalding.
Youatt James Jackson PLY/2269 Sergeant Royal Marine Light Infantry 48 13 April 1915 United Kingdom Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery
Youdle Gilbert Thomas PO/22821 Marine Royal Marines H.M.S. Hermes. 35 9 April 1942 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Ernest and Alice Youdle; husband of Emily Ethel Youdle.
Youds John Deal/13458(S) Private Royal Marine Labour Corps (Dunkirk). Not known 5 February 1918 United Kingdom Wallasey (Rake Lane) Cemetery
Young Albert Edward CH/X 345 Marine Royal Marines R.M. Group. M.N.B.D.O. II. 32 14 August 1941 United Kingdom Frindsbury (All Saints) Churchyard Son of Ada Mary Young, and stepson of Charles H. Jones; husband of Gwendoline Ella Young, of Wainscott.
Young Alfred RMA/9891 Gunner Royal Marine Artillery H.M.S. Hogue. 31 22 September 1914 United Kingdom Portsmouth Naval Memorial Son of Alfred and Anna Maria Young, of Falkington, Sussex; husband of Emily Annie Young, of 3, Gordon Terrace, Emsworth.