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- 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|
|Allerton||Joseph||PLY/41(S)||Private||RMLI/RN Division||23||13 November 1916||France||Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel|
|Alleway||John William||RMA/8868||Marine||Royal Marine Artillery HMS Bulwark||Not known||Not known||Not known||Kalkara Cemetery, Malta Gc||Name of Marine shown is Marine Alleway Inscription: Memorial for those who died during HMS 'Bulwark's' Commission 1906 - 1907|
|Allibone||Arthur William||PO/18981||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Princess Royal.||Not known||17 October 1918||United Kingdom||Buckland (St. Mary) Churchyard, Berkshire|
|Allinson||Arthur||PO/15037||Private||RMLI/RN Division||Not known||27 September 1918||France||Hermies Hill British Cemetery|
|Allison||Clive Richard||PO30430C||Corporal||Royal Marines||26||16 July 1981||United Kingdom||St John In The Wilderness Church|
|Allison||George Edwin||PO/X1752||Sergeant||Royal Marines No. 41 R.M. Commando.||30||15 June 1945||Germany||Reichswald Forest War Cemetery||Son of Albert Edwin and Gertrude Annie Allison; husband of Monica Audrey Allison, of Wicor, Fareham, Hampshire.|
|Allison||George Edwin||CH/18485||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div||Not known||12 July 1915||Turkey (including Gallipoli)||Helles Memorial|
|Allison||George Herbert||RMA/7075||Gunner||Royal Marine Artillery (South African Heavy Artillery)||28||26 October 1916||France||Bazentin-Le-Petit Military Cemetery||Name inscribed on Memorial erected in memory of the Officers and Men of the South African Heavy Artillery who died in the Great War 1914 - 1918. Includes names of 4 men of the Royal Marine Artillery. Located at Company's Gardens, Capetown, South Africa.|
|Allison||Horace Albert||RMA/12886||Corporal||Royal Marine Artillery||28||4 September 1918||Sierra Leone||Freetown (King Tom) Cemetery||Inscription: HMS 'Africa'|
|Allison||Raymond||PO17392R||Corporal||Royal Marines||59||3 August 1998||United Kingdom||St Andrews Church, Whitchurch|
|Allkins||Wilfred Samson||PLY/387(S)||Lance Corporal||Royal Marine Light Infantry Plymouth Bn. R.N. Div||24||4 March 1915||Turkey (including Gallipoli)||Helles Memorial||Son of Samson and Marion Rodick Allkins, of "Woodburn," 117, Gravelly Hill, Birmingham.|
|Allman||Frederick||RMA/9006||Sergeant||Royal Marine Artillery R.M.A. Heavy Bty.||Not known||16 October 1917||Tanzania||Dar Es Salaam War Cemetery||Son of William Allman, of 13, Church Aston, Newport, Salop, England.|
|Allott||George||PO/22532||Marine||Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood||Not known||24 May 1941||United Kingdom||Portsmouth Naval Memorial||Son of Fred and Mary Allot; husband of Gladys Winifred Allot, of Bitterne, Southampton.|
|Allum||Phillip Joseph Lawrence||Captain||Royal Marines||48||24 September 1954||United Kingdom||Fareham Cemetery Hampshire|
|Almond||John Herbert||PLY/22633||Marine||Royal Marines H.M.S. Glorious.||32||8 June 1940||United Kingdom||Plymouth Naval Memorial||Son of Walter and Maud Mary Almond, of Plymouth; husband of Winifred Blanche Almond, of Mutley, Plymouth.|
|Almond||Wilfrid||PO/698(S)||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div.||20||9 August 1915||Egypt||Alexandria (Chatby) Military And War Memorial Cemetery||Son of Lewis and Jane Almond, of Astley Bridge, Bolton.|
|Alsop||William Douglas||CH/18783||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Battalion RN Division||Unknown||3 May 1915||Turkey (including Gallipoli)||Beach Cemetery, Anzac|
|Alston||Giles Herbert||PO/1410(S)||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div.||27||26 October 1917||Belgium||Tyne Cot Memorial||Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alston.|
|Altringham||Ronald Leslie||CH/X 112202||Marine||40 Commando RM||21||11 April 1945||Italy||Argenta Gap War Cemetery||Son of Mrs. H. Altringham, of Hackney, London.|
|Amato (1)||Dennis||CH/X 1615||Sergeant||48 Commando RM||25||6 June 1944||France||Hermanville War Cemetery||Rue du Sgt. AMATO, Langrune-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, named after Sgt. D. Amato, RM, killed during the attempt to capture 48 Commando RM D-Day objective, the strong point on Langrune-sur-Mer seafront.|