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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.
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|
|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||Unknown||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||Unknown||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.|