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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|
|Amato (2)||Dennis||CH/X 1615||Sergeant||48 Commando RM||25||6 June 1944||France||Langrune-Sur-Mer, Normandy||Killed and buried Langrune-sur-Mer ( churchyard )..|
|Amber||Stephen||Not known||Gunner||Royal Marine Artillery||25||21 October 1865||Not known||Buried At Sea?||HMS 'Lee' Memorial Plaque located St. Mary's Church, Georgetown, Ascension Island|
|Ambler||Edward William||PO/X 101922||Lance Corporal||Royal Marines R.M. Engineer Commando.||27||2 March 1945||Netherlands||Mook War Cemetery||Son of Edward and Daisy Elizabeth Ambler; husband of Dorothy A. Ambler, of Wrexham, Denbighshire.|
|Ambler||Edwin Bedford||CH/235(S)||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry||21||31 March 1917||United Kingdom||Streatham Cemetery|
|Ambridge||Walter Clarence||PO/22128||Sergeant||Royal Marines H.M.S. Hood||Not known||24 May 1941||United Kingdom||Portsmouth Naval Memorial||Son of Edgar and Sarah Ambridge; husband of Violet Anne Ambridge.|
|Ambrose||Fred||PLY/22402||Corporal||Royal Marines H.M.S. Tamar||35||2 October 1942||United Kingdom||Plymouth Naval Memorial||Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ambrose, of Grays, Essex.|
|Ambrose||Kennedy||PO/9978(S)||Private||RMLI/RN Division||21||13 November 1916||France||Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel||Son of Mary Jane Gill (formerly Ambrose) and William M. Gill (stepfather).|
|Ambury||William||PO/2071(S)||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st R.M. Bn. R.N. Div.||Not known||14 July 1918||France||Valenciennes (St. Roch) Communal Cemetery|
|Amery (1)||Albert Edward||PO/3756||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry||71||24 April 1942||United Kingdom||Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport|
|Amery (2)||Albert Edward||PO/3756||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry||71||24 April 1942||United Kingdom||Anns Hill Cemetery, Gosport|
|Amey||William John||PO/15312||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Hampshire.||21||5 June 1916||United Kingdom||Portsmouth Naval Memorial||Son of J. W. and M. A. Amey, of 22, Alver Rd., Kingston, Portsmouth.|
|Amor||Henry Giles||PO/13143||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry H.M.S. Tamar.||30||18 July 1917||Singapore||Kranji War Cemetery||Son of Henry and Julia Amor, of 18, Milford Hill, Salisbury.|
|Amos||Frank||CH/12349||Sergeant||Royal Marine Light Infantry Chatham Bn. R.N. Div.||36||5 October 1914||Belgium||Nieuport Memorial||Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Amos, of Church St., Walmer; husband of Alice Amos, of 1, Holborn Cottages, Kingsdown Rd., St. Margaret's-at-Cliffe, Kent.|
|Amos||Henry Charlton||Lieutenant||Royal Marine Engineers 2 Field Coy. R.N. Div.||32||22 July 1915||Turkey (including Gallipoli)||Skew Bridge Cemetery||Son of John Hetherington Amos, of Abbey Leigh, Darlington, Co. Durham, and the late Dorothy Mary Amos. Born at Newcastle-on-Tyne.|
|Anderson||Albert||EX/3975||Marine||46 Commando RM||26||25 August 1944||France||Ranville War Cemetery||KIA Beuzeville|
|Anderson||Alexander||Captain||Royal Marines||11 September 1814||United States of America||Plattsburg, Ny||Captain Anderson has a fitting resting place lying in front of his Commanding Officer and alongside his comrades in arms from the RN and British Army. The original headstone is illegible so the local community have generously added the tablet. Inscription: Captain Alexander Anderson, Marines, British Navy|
|Anderson||Alexander||General||Royal Marine Light Infantry||70||21 November 1877||United Kingdom||Brompton Cemetery, West London||2 Lieutenant Portsmouth 24-05-1823, 'Albion'25/28, Portugal Civil War '27, Lieutenant'32, Capt. '42, Major '54, Lieutenant Col. '54, Col. '59, Comdt '62, Maj. Gen. '62, Lieutenant Gen. '66, Gen. '70, ret'd 77. Inscription: Per Mare Per Terram|
|Anderson||Archibald Dickie||PLY/X 1565||Marine||Royal Marines H.M.S. Prince of Wales.||23||16 February 1942||United Kingdom||Plymouth Naval Memorial||Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson.|
|Anderson||Gilbert Ironside||Colonel||Royal Marine Light Infantry||14 July 1937||United Kingdom||Highland Road Cemetery Portsmout|
|Anderson||James||PLY/3606||Private||Royal Marine Light Infantry||Not known||9 February 1917||United Kingdom||Edinburgh (Newington Or Echo Bank) Cemetery|