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Royal Marines Plaques & Memorials

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Memorial Unit Date Country Location Notes
41 Ind. Commando RMSee image for description of Korean conflict.
3 Commando Brigade PlaqueRoyal MarinesMalta
3 Commando Brigade RM - History3 Commando Brigade RMMalta GCValletta
3 Commando Brigade RM Book of Remembrance3 Commando Brigade RMMalta GCValletta3rd Commando Brigade Book of Remembrance, St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral, Valletta, Malta GC.
3 Commando Brigade RM Memorial, Malta3 Commando Brigade RMMalta GCValletta3rd Commando Brigade Memorial, St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral, Valletta, Malta GC.
4 Commando RM4 Commando RMNetherlandsWalcherenMemorial to 4 Commando, located at Flushing, Island of Walcheren, Netherlands
4 S.S. ( Commando ) Brigade4 S.S. (Commando) BrigadeLetter of commendation from Maj. General R. F. L. Keller, G.O.C. 3 Canadian Infantry Division, 15 June, 1944
4 Special Service Brigade Memorial41, 46, 47, 48 Commando RMFranceSallanellesLocated Sallenelles, Normandy, France Inscription: 4 Special Service Brigade - from June to August 1944 the Brigade held positions in this area - this Memorial honours the men of Brigade HQ 41 46 47 48 RM Commandos who gave their lives during this period
40 Commando RM 1942-194640 Commando RMUKIsle of WightMemorial Plaque located St. Andrew's Church, Chale, Isle of Wight.
40 Commando RM Memorial40 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaMemorial located Memorial Gardens Royal Marine Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
40 Commando RM Memorial (1)40 Commando RMUKIsle of WightLocated in garden of Upper Chine School. Shanklin, Isle of Wight
40 Commando RM (2)40 Commando RMUKIsle of WightLocated in garden of Upper Chine School. Shanklin, Isle of Wight
40 Commando RM (3)40 Commando RMUKIsle of WightLocated in garden of Upper Chine School. Shanklin, Isle of Wight. Unveiled at 6th Annual Reunion 40 Commando ( 1942-1946 ) Association by former RSM Jim Horsfield and Sergeant Jock Farmer, 15 April, 1991. Paid for by Association, Officers and Men, 40 Commando
40 Commando RM Memorial40 Commando RMUKIsle of WightMemorial to 40 Commando RM 1942-1946 at the Chine, Isle of Wight
41 Commando RM Memorial, Southsea41 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaLocated Memorial Garden Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
42 Commando RM Arakan Memorial42 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaMemorial located Memorial Gardens Royal Marine Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
42 Commando RM Brunei action42 Commando RM
42 Commando RM Pulpit Memorial St Mary the Virgin Church BickleiRoyal Marines UKDevon
42 Commando RM Pulpit Memorial St Mary the Virgin Church BickleiRoyal Marines UKDevonPly//x 15599 Sgt Donald H A Dennis RM RM 15145 Mne David Howard RM RM11202 Mne Bernard J Price RM RM Brian J Short RM
42 Commando RM Pulpit Memorial St Mary the Virgin Church BickleiRoyal Marines UKDevon
42 Commando RM Pulpit Memorial St Mary the Virgin Church BickleiRoyal Marines UKDevon
42 Commando RM Pulpit Memorial St Mary the Virgin Church BickleiRoyal Marines UKDevon
42 Commando RM Pulpit Memorial St Mary the Virgin Church BickleiRoyal Marines UKDevon
43 Commando RM Memorial43 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaLocated Memorial Gardens Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
44 Commando RM Memorial44 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaLocated Memorial Gardens Royal Marine Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
45 Commando RM Memorial45 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaLocated Memorial Gardens Royal Marine Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
46 Commando RM Memorial46 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaLocated Memorial Gardens Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
48 Commando RM Memorial48 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaLocated Memorial Gardens Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
48 Commando RM Memorial (3)48 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaLocated Memorial Gardens Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
48 Commando RM Memorial (2)48 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaLocated Memorial Gardens Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
601 RM LC Flotilla (1)Royal MarinesUKChichester HarbourLocated Conservancy Office, Chichester Harbour West Ichenor, Sussex
601 RM LC Flotilla (2)Royal MarinesUKChichester HarbourLocated Conservancy Office, Chichester Harbour West Ichenor, Sussex
601 RM LC Flotilla (3)Royal MarinesUKChichester HarbourLocated Conservancy Office, Chichester Harbour West Ichenor, Sussex
8th Battalion, RMLIRMLIUKRefer 'Image' for address by E. F. A. Gaunt, Vice-Admiral, Commander-in-Chief. Please double-click in the 'Image' area below to open the attached word document.
Adelaide, South AustraliaRoyal MarinesAustraliaAdelaideMarines from the 'Buffalo' were involved in building the first Government House..
Aden (1)Royal MarinesAdenPost Office Pier, Steamer Point.
Aden (2)Royal MarinesAdenSilent Valley.
Admirals Regiment MemorialRoyal MarinesUKColoured glass panel given by all ranks who served at the Depot, Royal Marines, in the Tercentenary Year to commemorate the formation of the Admiral's Regiment on 28 October, 1664. dedicated on 2 May 1965.
All Saints Church, Wakes Colne, Nr ColchesterRoyal MarinesUKWakes Colne
Amfreville Memorial (2), FranceRM CommandosFranceAmfrevilleConsecrated during the 'Bastille Day' celebrations, July 14, 1944. The two plaques on the sides of the Memorial, one in English, the other in French, were erected in 1989. Inscription: Hommage aux morts - This Memorial honours the British and French commandos who landed from the sea on the morning of D-Day, 6 June, 1944, and fought their way inland to join 6th Airborne Division. Together they held the eastern flank secure against
Amfreville Memorial (3), France4 Commando RMFranceAmfrevilleAmfreville, Ranvilles, France.
Amfreville Memorial (4), France6 Commando RMFranceAmfrevilleAmfreville, Ranvilles, France.
Amfreville Memorial (1), FranceRM CommandosFranceAmfrevilleConsecrated during the 'Bastille Day' celebrations, July 14, 1944. The two plaques on the sides of the Memorial, one in English, the other in French, were erected in 1989. Inscription: Hommage aux morts - This Memorial honours the British and French commandos who landed from the sea on the morning of D-Day, 6 June, 1944, and fought their way inland to join 6th Airborne Division. Together they held the eastern flank secure against
Amfreville Memorial, France1 S.S. (Commando ) BrigadeFranceAmfrevilleLocated Amfreville, Ranvilles, France Inscription: Sacred to the memory of Officers and Men of the First Special Service Brigade who lost their lives in the fighting in Normandy, June-July, 1944. HQ 1 SS Brigade, 3 Commando, 4 Commando, 6 Commando, 45 RM Commando, 10 IA Commando
Antony War Memorial 1RMLIUKCornwall
Antony War Memorial 2RMLIUKCornwallPly/14525 Sgt Gerald J Rich & Ply/10083 Ernest W Spargo
Anzio War Cemetery (1)RM CommandsItalyAnzioBeach Head War Cemetery, Anzio, Italy
Anzio War Cemetery (2)40 Commando RMItalyAnzioAnzio, Italy
Anzio War Cemetery (3)40 Commando RMItalyAnzioNo. 40 RM Commando from 14 January to 21 February, 1944, supported the 56 ( London ) Division in crossing Garigliano River
Arctic Campaign Memorial Trust (1)Royal MarinesUKChathamSt. George's Church West Wall ( North ). Inscription: Almost three thousand Allied Servicemen died in the Arctic Campaign 1941-1945 operating Convoys supplying the Russian forces on their Western front. This Plaque, sited here October 1994, is to their everlasting memory.
Arctic Campaign Memorial Trust (2)Royal MarinesUKChathamSt. George's Church West Wall ( North ). Inscription: Almost three thousand Allied Servicemen died in the Arctic Campaign 1941-1945 operating Convoys supplying the Russian forces on their Western front. This Plaque, sited here October 1994, is to their everlasting memory.
Arras 1, FranceRoyal MarinesFranceArrasSt. Catherine British Cemetery, Arras France.
Arras 2, FranceRM CommandosFranceArrasSt. Catherine British Cemetery, Arras, France
Ascension IslandRMLIAscension IslandGeorgetownSt. Mary's Church, Georgetown, Ascension Island
Ascension Island 1RMLIAscension IslandWater Catchment built by R. M. L. I.
Ascension Island 2RMLIAscension IslandWater Catchment built by R. M. L. I.
Ascension Island 3RMLIAscension IslandOne of the buildings erected by ranks of the RMLI
Ascension Island 4RMLIAscension IslandOne of the buildings erected by the RMLI. Forts, buildings, roads, all still bear witness after more than 100 years to the thoroughness with which the Royal Marines perform whatever they undertake. Their work is a fitting memorial.
Ashburton War Memorial St Andrews Church 1RMLIUKDevon
Ashburton War Memorial St Andrews Church 2RMLIUKDevonPly/10290 Pte John Peacock
Ashburton War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Ashburton War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonPly/10290 Pte John Peacock
Ashburton War Memorial 3RMLIUKDevonPly/10290 Pte John Peacock
Barbados Military CemeteryRMLIWest IndiesBarbadosFramed print located Barbados Military Cemetery, Barbados, Windward Islands, West Indies, recording the list of Royal Naval Ships named on Headstones in the Cemetery, including RMLI.
Batlle of the Windmill, Canada, (2)RMLICanadaOntarioBattle of the Windmill, 12 November - 16 November, 1838, Windmill Point, east of Prescott, Ontario, Canada. Plaque mounted on wall of Windmill, adjacent to entrance door.
Battle of the Windmill, Canada, (1)RMLICanadaOntarioBattle of the Windmill, 12 November - 16 November, 1838. Located Windmill Point, East of Prescott, Ontario, Canada. Inscription: Refer to Plaque, Battle of the Windmill, Canada, (2)
Benerville (1), FranceRM Armoured Support GroupFranceBenerville
Benerville (2), FranceRM Armoured Support GroupFranceBenerville
Beuzeville, France46 Commando RMFranceBeuzevilleNamed in honour of 46 Commando RM - Avenue du 46 Royal Marine Commando, Beuzeville, France.
Bradninch War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Bradninch War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonDeal 2540 (S) Pte Stanley Elliott
Bronfay Farm 1, ArrasRM CommandosFranceBronfay Farm, ArrasBronfay Farm Military Cemetery, Arras, France
Bronfay Farm 2, ArrasRM CommandosFranceBronfay Farm, ArrasBronfay Military Cemetery, Arras, France
Brookwood Military CemeteryRoyal MarinesUKBrookwoodMemorial To The Missing. Brookwood Miltary Cemetery.
Buckland Monachorum War Memorial 1RMLI RMUKDevon
Buckland Monachorum War Memorial 2RMLI RMUKDevonPly/184 Pte Harry Waye
Buckland Monachorum War Memorial 3RMLI RMUKDevonCaptain George S Pitts
Burma Star AssociationRoyal MarinesUKIsle of WightBurma Star Association Memorial Window - St. Andrew's Church, Chale, Isle of Wight. Royal Marines took part by sea by land in the Far East Theatre of War 1939 - 1945.
Canada - Lake ChaplainRMLICanadaFort LennoxCanada 1776-1777 & 1812-1814
Chale Church Isle of Wight (1)40 Commando RMUKIsle of WightPlaque in memory of T Company 40 Commando RM lost on board HMS Fidelity ( RMHS SP No. 13 )
Chale Church Isle of Wight (2)HMS FidelityUKIsle of WightSurg. Lt. James Roberston RN was detachment MO on board HMS Fidelity and is named on the War Memorial outside the Church. Mentioned in RMHS SP No. 13.
Changi, SingaporeRoyal MarinesSingaporeChangiMariners Memorial 1939 - 1945.
Chatham Military Cemetery - Fort PittRoyal MarinesUKChathamFort Pitt became a Miltary Hospital and, when it in turn was replaced, the Military continued to use the associated cemetery. It has remained in use to this day. It provided a burial ground for soldiers and their families. Picture shows the small Chapel.
Chatham Naval Memorial (1)Royal MarinesUKChathamThere are five hundred and seventy three names of Royal Marine ranks killed in the First World War and three hundred and eight names inscribed for the Second World War
Christ Church, Gravesend (1)48 Commando RMUKGravesendThe Plaque was unveiled by Lt. General Sir Robert Sturges, KBE, CB, DSO. Former GOC Commando Group. There is a 'Book of Remembrance' placed under the Plaque. Inscription: In memory of the Officers and Men who gave their lives for their country whilst serving in 48 Commando RM March 1944 - January 1946. This unit was stationed and trained in Gravesend prior to D-Day 6 June, 1944.
Christ Church, Gravesend (2)48 Commando RMUKGravesend'Book of Remembrance' 48 Commando RM
Christ Church, Gravesend (3)48 Commando RMUKGravesend48 Commando RM 'Roll of Honour' of those who gave their lives for their country whilst serving in 48 Commando RM March 1944 - January 1946.
Chudleigh War Memorial 1RMLI UKDevon
Chudleigh War Memorial 2RMLI UKDevonPly/17712 Pte Frederick F Down
Chudleigh War Memorial 3RMLI UKDevonPly/17538 Pte Frederick Shillabeer
Church of St. Germain-en-LayeRegiment of MarinesFranceIle de FranceChurch of St. Germain-en-Laye, Ile de France. Contains tomb of King James ll, Duke of York & Albany, headed first Regiment of Marines raised in 1664. The Chateau St. Germain-en-Laye, where James lived and died, is now the Museum of National Antiquities.
Churston Ferrers War Memorial 1RMLI UKDevon
Churston Ferrers War Memorial 2RMLI UKDevonPly/16568 Private Walter A Langworthy
Cockleshell Heroes PlaqueRoyal MarinesUKSouthseaLocated in The Rose Garden, Southsea Esplanade, Southsea, Hampshire
Commonwealth War Memorial, Pusan ( 1 )Royal MarinesSouth KoreaPusanMemorial located Pusan, South Korea
CTCRM LympstoneRoyal MarinesUKLympstone, DevonMemorial located at Commando Training Centre Royal Marines, Lympstone, Devon Inscription: This Memorial commemorates all those who served in and with Royal Marine Commandos during the Second World War and subsequent campaigns
D-Day Memorial WindowRoyal MarinesUKPurbrookD-Day Memorial Window in Christ Church, Portsdown, Purbrook, Hampshire. The church was used by H.Q. British Second Army for an Eve of Battle Service before the Invasion of Normandy.
D-Day Memorial, West Wittering, SuffolkRoyal MarinesUKWest WitteringTo the Glory of God and in thankful commemoration on the 50th Anniversary of victory over tyranny in the Second World War 1939-1945. This Memorial is given by the Parish of West Wittering 1995 - Lest we forget. Inscription: This memorial has been built to mark the 50th Anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy 6 June, 1944. It is dedicated to the Allied Forces who trained in this area and who lost their lives in the liberation of Europe.
Dawlish Peacetime MemorialRMUKDevonRM11452 C/Sgt Reginald C Euridge, PO37613Q MNE Kevin A Lock & PO24492W WO1 Steven L Perry
Dawlish War Memorial 1RMLI RMUKDevon
Dawlish War Memorial 2RMUKDevonCapt John S Cole Ply/21538 Mne Sidney A Vosper
Dawlish War Memorial 3RMLIUKDevonPly/19771(S) Pte William Blatchford, Ply/16287 Pte Frederick G Ford , Ply/8823 Sgt Frederick A Davis & Ply/16964 Pte William H Mutters
Dawlish War Memorial 4RMUKDevonPO61751Q Mne Peter M Collins
Dobwalls War MemorialRMUKCornwallPly/x103925 Sgt Edward G Rowe
Douvres La Deliverande, France41, 48 Commando RMFranceDouvres la DeliverandeStreet nameplate for Rue des Berets Verts, dedicated to 41 and 48Commando's RM who were both involved in the capture of an important radar station at Douvres La Deliverande, Normandy, France Inscription: Rue des Berets Verts
Dover Patrol4th RM BattalionUKDoverThe 4th RM Battalion ( Zeebrugge raid ) served in the Dover patrol Inscription: To the Glory of God and in everlasting remembrance of the Dover Patrol 1914-1919. They died that we might live, may we be worthy of their sacrifice. In memory of Officers and Men of the RN and MN who gave their lives in ships sailing Dover Strait..
Down St Mary War Memorial St Mary the Virgin ChurchRMLIUKDevonPly/17013 Pte Samuel W V Butt
Durnbach War CemeteryRoyal MarinesGermanyBavariaDurnbach War Cemetery, near Bad Totz, Bavaria, Germany
East Budleigh War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
East Budleigh War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonPly/3913 Pte William Harding
Emmetts Hill Memorial (1)Royal MarinesUKMatraversLocated Emmetts Hill, Worth, Matravers, Dorset Inscription: The table and benches have been built by the Royal Marines Association, Dorset Branch, to the memory of all Royal Marines killed 1945 - 1999. Rest awhile and reflect that we who are living can enjoy the beauty of the sea and countryside.
Ermington War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Ermington War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonPly/227(S) Pte John W Edmunds
Exeter Higher Cemetery War Memorial 1RMLI UKDevon
Exeter Higher Cemetery War Memorial 2RMLI UKDevon
Exeter Higher Cemetery War Memorial 3RMLI UKDevonDeal/1791(S) Pte Arthur Widdows
Falkland GardensRoyal MarinesUKGosportMemorial plaque located Falkland Gardens, Gosport, Hampshire
Falkland IslandsRoyal MarinesFalkland IslandsMoody BrookFalkland Islands Memorial Plaque located on the site of the demolished Moody Brook Royal Marine Barracks. Unveiled 8 december, 1993.
Falkland Islands 1Royal MarinesFalkland IslandsPort StanleyMemorial Plaque, Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, unveiled by His Excellency, David Tatham, The Governor Falkland Islands, 8 December, 1993
Falkland Islands 1982Royal MarinesFalkland IslandsRefer to image
Falkland Islands StonesRoyal MarinesUKRM Museum, SouthseaLocated in the Memorial Gardens Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire Inscription: These stones come from the areas of 'Two Sisters' and 'Mount Harriet' in the Falnd Islands. They were selected and donated by the islanders, and erected in memory of those Royal Marines who fell during the Falklands War in 1982.
Falkland Square ( 1 )Royal MarinesUKPooleMemmorial is located in High Street, Poole, Dorset Inscription: FALKLAND SQUARE - this square is dedicated to those who took part in the liberation of The Falkland Islands, April to July, 1982
Falkland Square ( 2 )Royal MarinesUKPooleMemorial is located in High Street, Poole, Dorset Inscription: FALKLAND SQUARE - this square is dedicated to those who took part in the liberation of The Falkland Islands, April to July, 1982
Fareham High Street MemorialRoyal MarinesUKFarehamFareham High Street, Hampshire 1914-1919 Memorial
Felixstowe New Cemetery, SuffolkRoyal MarinesUKFelixstowe
Fleet Air Arm National MemorialRoyal NavyUKYeovilton
Folkestone War Memorial ( 1 )Royal MarinesUKFolkestone
Fort CumberlandRoyal MarinesUKRM Museum, SouthseaMemorial located in RM Museum Garden of Remembrance, Southsea
Fort Cumberland RM MemorialRoyal MarinesUKRM Museum, SouthseaMemorial located Memorial Gardens, Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
Fort Henry, CanadaRMLICanadaOntarioWar of 1812 - 1814 between Great Britain and the United States of America Memorial located east of Kingston adjacent to Fort Henry, Ontario, canada Inscription: Pro Patria - In memory of the Officers and Men of the Royal Navy and Provincial Marine Officers and soldiers of the Royal Marines, Royal Newfoundland Regt. 8th and 100th Regiments who served on Lake Ontario in defence of Canada 1n 1812-1814
Fulham War MemorialRoyal MarinesUKFulham, S W LondonFulham War Memorial ( Old ) South West London Inscription: PLY/X 2077 Lance Corporal H. C. Checkley, Royal Marines, PO/X 2556 Marine G. G. Grindle, Royal Marines
GallipoliRMLICape HellesGallipoliGallipoli Monument, Cape Helles. RMLI Battalions fought in the Gallipoli Campaign as part of the Royal Naval Division sustaining heavy losses with 13,000 men becoming casualties, killed, wounded or evacuated sick.
Garlieston, DumfriesRoyal MarinesUKGarlieston, DumfriesParish War Memorial. 1914-1918, Sorbie Parish, Garlieston, Dumfries, Scotland
Gillingham New CemeteryR M CadetsUKGillinghamInscription: These memorials were erected by public subscription to the memory of the Royal Marines Cadets who lost their lives in the Dock Road Bus Disaster of the 4th December, 1951.
Gosport War Memorial HospitalRoyal MarinesUKGosportGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Street, Gosport, Hampshire.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital 2RMLIUKGosportExtract from G & L: Hospital opened 28 April, 1923, by Maj. Gen. Sir John Davidson, KCMG, CB, DSO, MP. The Hospital is also the War Memorial of the Portsmouth Div. RMLI, whose officers and men helped the fund very considerably.
Graspan 1Royal MarinesUKLondonOriginally sited in the Cambridge Enclosure in St. Jamess Park. The memorial was put in storage during World War Two. Moved to present site in the Mall in 1948. The sculptor was Adrian Jones. Pedestal designed by T G Jackson, RA. Inscription: Memorial unveiled by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales, 25 april, 1903.
Graspan 1 1899Royal MarinesSouth AfricaKimberleyMemorial located Kimberley Military Cemetery, Kimberley, Cape Province, South Africa. Inscription: Rear inscription - In memory of the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers & Men of the Royal Navy & Royal Marines who were killed in action or died of wounds at the Battle of Graspan, 25 November, 1899.
Graspan 2Royal MarinesUKLondonLocated side of the Mall next to Admiralty Arch, London Inscription: Royal Marines South Africa and China Memorial
Graspan 2 1899Royal MarinesSouth AfricaKimberleyMemorial located Kimberley Military Cemetery, Kimberley, Cape Province, South Africa. Inscription: Front inscription - Erected by the Officers, Petty Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Men of HM ships 'Doris' 'Monarch' & 'Powerful' and other Officers & Men of the Royal Navy & Royal Marines
Graspan 3Royal MarinesSouth AfricaPlease double-click in the 'Image' area below to open the attached word document.
Graspan 4Royal MarinesSouth AfricaPlease double-click in the 'Image' area below to open the attached word document.
Hammersmith War MemorialRoyal MarinesUKHammersmithHammersmith War Memorial, West London. Inscription: Private N Clarke, Royal Marine Light Infantry
Hemyock War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Hemyock War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonPO//16677 Pte Charles Boyland
Hill 170 Kangaw, Burma
Hirams Highway, Hong KongRoyal MarinesHong KongHirams HighwayLocation: Sai Kung Road to Clearwater Bay Road, Hebe Haven, Hong Kong. Inscription: Hirams Highway opened by H. E. Major General F. W. Festing, GOC Hong Kong, 1945.
Hithergreen War MemorialRoyal MarinesUKHithergreenInscription: Marine R. J. H. Garnham
HMS ' Victoria ' MemorialRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthLocated Victoria Park, Portsmouth, Hampshire
HMS ' Victoria ' Memorial 2Royal MarinesUKSouthseaHMS 'Victoria' was lost off Tripoli, 22 Jume, 1893. Plaque formerly located St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea.
HMS 'Active' Kaffir & Zulu Wars (1)Royal MarinesUKPortsmouthKaffir ( 1877-1888 ) & Zulu ( 1879 ) Wars Memorial located Victoria Park, Portsmouth Inscription: This monument was erected by the Officers and Ship's Company of HMS 'Active' late Flag ship on the West Coast of Africa to perpetuate the memory of those of their shipmates who perished while gallantly doing their duty with the Naval Brigade of that ship.
HMS 'Bulwark' & 'Princess Irene'Royal MarinesUKChatham'Bulwark' 26 November, 1914, 51 Officers, 745 Men. 'Princess Irene' 27 May, 1915, 30 Officers, 244 Men. Plaque St. George's Church North Wall. Inscription: To the honoured memory of the Officers and Men of His Majesty's ships 'Bulwark' and 'Princess Irene' who were killed when those ships were destroyed by internal explosion at Sheerness.
HMS 'Collingwood' memorialRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthPlaque located St. Marys Church, Fratton Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire.
HMS 'Conqueror' MemorialRoyal MarinesJapanYokohamaHMS Conqueror Memorial located at Yokohama, Foreigners Cemetery, Japan Inscription: Sacred to the memory of the Seamen & Marines of HMS Conqueror. Who were killed in action at Shimonseki and died whilst serving in Japan in 1845 and 1865. Erected by their shipmates.
HMS 'Cornwall'Royal MarinesAt seaRefer entry for St. Georges Church - ( Nore Memorial Windows - in the Chancel ) windows in St. Georges in memory of ships and actions do not list those who died. See image section below for HMS Cornwall Royal Marines list.
HMS 'Curacao'Royal MarinesUKChathamRefer entry for St. Georges Church - ( Nore Memorial Windows - in the Chancel ) windows in St. Georges in memory of ships and actions do not list those who died. See image section below for HMS 'Curacao' Royal Marines list.
HMS 'Eagle'Royal MarinesAt seaRefer entry for St. George's Church - ( Nore Memorial Windows - in the Chancel ) windows in St. George's in memory of ships and actions do not list those who died. See image section below for HMS 'Eagle' Royal Marines list.
HMS 'Eurydice' MemorialRoyal MarinesUKHMS 'Eurydice' sank off Luccombe Chine, Isle of Wight on 24 March, 1878, with loss of all her crew except 2 men
HMS 'Fidelity'40 Commando RMUKIsle of WightMemorial to the ranks of 40 Commando RM 'T' Company, who lost their lives when HMS 'Fidelity' was sunk by German U Boat 435 on 30 December, 1942. Memorial located St. Andrew's Church, Chale, Isle of Wight.
HMS 'Harrier' Memorial PlaqueRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthMemorial to the Officers and Men of HMS 'Harrier' who died during the commission 1860-1865. Plaque located in St. Mary's Church, Fratton Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire.
HMS 'Hyacinth' 1Royal MarinesUKChathamBrass tablet St. George's Church over Vestry Door. Inscription: To the Glory of God and in memory of those who lost their lives while serving in HMS 'Hyacinth' during her commission as Flagship of the East Indies Squadron 1909 - 1911
HMS 'Hyacinth' 2Royal MarinesUKChathamBrass tablet St. George's Church over Vestry Door.
HMS 'Inflexible'Royal MarinesUKChathamOperations: Pursuit of 'Goeben', August 1914. Falklands, December,1914. Dardanelles, February, 1915. Jutland, May/June 1916. Plaque St. George's North east Wall. Inscription: To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Officers and Men of HMS 'Inflexible' who lost their lives during the Great War.
HMS 'Lee'Royal MarinesAscension IslandGeorgetownPlaque located St. Mary's Church, Georgetown, Ascension Island
HMS 'Naiad'Royal MarinesAt seaRefer entry for St. George's Church - ( Nore Memorial Windows - in the Chancel ) windows in St. George's in memory of ships and actions do not list those who died. See image section below for HMS 'Naiad' Royal Marines list.
HMS 'Perseus'Royal MarinesUKChathamChancel wrought iron screen is dedicated by their shipmates to those who lost their lives in HMS 'Perseus' in the PersianGulf between 1912 and 1913 Inscription: To the Glory of God and in memory of those who lost their lives whilst Boat Cruising in the Persian Gulf, 20 January, 1913, and of those who were drowned whilst landing on active service at Bander Abbas, 16 May, 1912.
HMS 'Russell' 1Royal MarinesUKChathamMarble Tablet St. George's Church South Wall. Refer entry 594. Inscription: In memory of Officers and Men who lost their lives in HMS 'Russell', sunk by mines in the Mediterranean 27 April, 1916, whilst flying the flag of Rear Admiral Fremantle. Erected by their shipmates
HMS 'Russell' 2Royal MarinesUKChathamMarble Tablet St. George's Church South Wall
HMS 'Scott'Royal MarinesAscension IslandGeorgetownMemorial to the Officers and Men of HMS 'Scott' who died whilst serving off the West Coast of Africa 1836 - 1839, located St. Mary's Church, Georgetown, Ascension Island
HMS 'Severn' Memorial PlaqueRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthPlaque located St. Mary's Church, Fratton Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire.
HMS 'Shah'Royal MarinesUKInscription: Erected by the Officers and Men of HMS 'Shah' to the memory of the Officers and Men who died during the commission in the Pacific and in the Zulu War.
HMS 'Shannon' Memorial 2Royal MarinesUKSouthsea
HMS 'Shannon' MemorialRoyal MarinesUKSouthseaLocated Southsea Esplanade, Southsea, Hampshire
HMS 'Southampton'Royal MarinesAt seaRefer entry for St. George's Church - ( Nore Memorial Windows - in the Chancel ) windows in St. George's in memory of ships and actions do not list those who died. See image section below for HMS 'Southampton' Royal Marines list.
HMS 'Tormentor' inscriptionRoyal MarinesUKWarsash
HMS 'Tormentor' WarsashRoyal MarinesUKWarsash
HMS 'Trafalgar' Memorial PlaqueRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthMemorial Plaque is located in St. Mary's Church, Fratton Road, Portsmouth
HMS 'Welshman'Royal MarinesAt seaRefer entry for St. George's Church - ( Nore Memorial Windows - in the Chancel ) windows in St. George's in memory of ships and actions do not list those who died. See image section below for HMS 'Welshman' Royal Marines list.
HMS 'Welshman'Royal MarinesUKChathamOne Royal Marine ( on passage? ) listed - Terrill, S. R. Marine. CH/X 1197. Plaque on St. george's North Wall. Inscription: Dedicated to the men of the Fast Minelayer HMS 'Welshman' who gave their lives on 1 February, 1943. Erected in their memory by the survivors and relatives on 30 October, 1993
HMS 'Wolfe' ( 1 )Royal MarinesBorneoLabuan IslandFloral tribute of 14 Red Roses in memory of the 14 Royal Marines and 1 White Rose in memory of the Commander of HMS 'Wolfe'. Located 'All Saint' Anglican Parish Church, Colonel Light Gardens, South Australia. All buried Labuan Island Borneo, 1847 - 1848.
HMS 'Wolfe' ( 2 )Royal MarinesBorneoLabuan IslandFloral tribute of 14 Red Roses in memory of the 14 Royal Marines and 1 White Rose in memory of the Commander of HMS 'Wolfe'. Located 'All Saint' Anglican Parish Church, Colonel Light Gardens, South Australia. All buried Labuan Island Borneo, 1847 - 1848.
HMS Brilliant Memorial PlaqueRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthMemorial to the Officers, Seamen and Marines of HMS Brilliant who fell victims to yellow fever in the West Indies, August and September, 1857. The Memorial Plaque is located in St. Marys Church, Fratton Road, Portsmouth.
HMS CalcuttaRoyal MarinesUKChathamRefer entry for St. Georges Church - ( Nore Memorial Windows - in the Chancel ) windows in St. Georges in memory of ships and actions do not list those who died. See image section below for HMS Calcutta Royal Marines list.
HMS CenturionRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthInscription: The unveiling ceremony for memorial, HMS 'Centurion'
HMS Chesapeake Memorial ( 1 )Royal MarinesUKSouthseaMemorial in honour of the Officers and Men who died during the ship's four years commission 1857-1861. Located on The Eplanade ( near HMS Victorys anchor ) Southsea, Hampshire.
HMS Chesapeake Memorial ( 2 )Royal MarinesUKSouthseaMemorial in honour of the Officers and Men who died during the ship's four years commission 1857-1861. Located on The Eplanade ( near HMS Victorys anchor ) Southsea, Hampshire.
HMS Chesapeake Memorial ( 3 )Royal MarinesUKSouthseaMemorial in honour of the Officers and Men who died during the ship's four years commission 1857-1861. Located on The Eplanade ( near HMS Victorys anchor ) Southsea, Hampshire.
HMS Devastation Memorial Gibraltar 1RMLI GibraltarNorth Front Cemetery
HMS Devastation Memorial Gibraltar 2RMLI GibraltarNorth Front CemeteryPly/9438 Pte Arthur Ward
HMS Orlando MemorialRMLIMaltaUpper Barrakka GardensCapt E F Pritchard Pte W Easterbrook
HMS Rattlesnake Memorial Plymouth 1RMLIUKDevon
HMS Rattlesnake Memorial Plymouth 2RMLIUKDevonPte H Stoneman & Pte D Clapp
HMS Rattlesnake Memorial Plymouth 3RMLIUKDevonPte H Stoneman & Pte D Clapp
Holbeton War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Holbeton War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonPO/1750(S) Pte Alfred G P Masters
Ipplepen War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Ipplepen War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonPly/15599 Pte Thomas H Blatchford
Ipplepen War Memorial St Andrews ChurchRMLIUKDevonPly/15599 Pte Thomas H Blatchford
Ireland 1690Royal MarinesIrelandThe first appearance of the Royal Marines in Ireland is thought to have been at the siege of Cork, in 1690.
Ireland 1798Royal MarinesIrelandDuring the rebellion of 1798 the only mention of the Royal Marines in Ireland is that Captain Richard Williams and a detachment were sent in a gunboat on the 19 June, 1798, to dislodge the rebels from a postion they had taken up at the river in Waterford
Ireland 1848Royal MarinesIrelandA Battalion of Royal Marines ( 300 rank and file ) were sent to Ireland to restore order after the abortive revolution of 1848.
Ireland 1868Royal MarinesIrelandInscription: 1868 a Battalion of Royal Marines served in Ireland. Another served 1880-81.
Ireland 1882Royal MarinesIrelandAfter the murder of Lord Cavendish and Mr. Thomas Burke in Phoenix Park, Dublin in 1882, a picked detachment of 300 Royal Marines were sent to Dublin to asist the City's police. They operated in plain clothes.
Ireland 1919 - 1922 (1)Royal MarinesIreland8th Battalion Royal Marines served in Ireland 1919-1922. 14 Royal Marines were murdered during this period.
Ireland 1919 - 1922 (3)Royal MarinesUKDealSee Extract from the 'Globe & Laurel' attached as Image'. Please double-click in the 'Image' area below to open the attached word document.
Ireland 1919-1922 (2)Royal MarinesUKDealMemorial Tablet located in St. Michael and All Angels Church, The Royal Marines School of Music, (Formerly the Depot, Royal Marines) Deal, Kent. Unveiled by Major General H. E. Blumburg, CB, Adjutant General, Royal Marines, Sunday, 17 December, 1922. Inscription: Dedicated to those who gave their lives while serving with the 8th Battalion, Royal Marines, in Ireland 1919-1922.
Ireland 1950IrelandInternal security duties were carried out in Northern Ireland during the troubles in the 1950' and continue to date.
Ivybridge War Memorial 1RMLI RM UKDevon
Ivybridge War Memorial 2RMLI RM UKDevonDeal/2476(S) Pte William E Beable
Ivybridge War Memorial 3RMLI RM UKDevonPly/x1056 Cpl Edward E Scantlebury
Japanese Prisons 1HMS Exeter DetachmentRefer to image.
Japanese Prisons 2HMS Prince of Wales DetachmentRefer to image.
Japanese Prisons 3HMS Repulse DetachmentRefer to image.
Japanese Prisons 4HMS Sultan DetachmentRefer to image.
Japanese Prisons 5HMS Tamar DetachmentRefer to image.
Japanese Prisons 6HMS Lanka ( RM Detachment 385 Refer to image.
Kalkara Cemetery Malta GCRoyal MarinesMalta GCKalkara
Kanchanaburi War Cemetery ( 1 )Royal MarinesThailandKanchanaburiKanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand.
Kanchanaburi War Cemetery ( 2 )Royal MarinesThailandKanchanaburiMemorial at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand. Inscription: I will make you a name and a praise among all people of the earth when I turn back your captivity before your eyes saith the Lord.
Karrakatta War CemeteryRoyal MarinesAustraliaPerthKarrakatta War Cemetery, Perth, Western Australia.
King James ll (1)Regiment of MarinesFranceIle de FranceKing James ll ( Duke of York & Albany ) Church of St. Germain-en-Laye, Ile de France.
King James ll (2)Regiment of MarinesFranceIle de FranceChurch of St. Germain-en-Laye, Ile de France. Inscription: In this church is the shrine to the memory of James ll the last Stuart king of UK who died in exile at the Castle of Germain-en-Laye on September 16th 1701. This monument was erected by HM Queen Victoria. Here lies King James Vll of Scotland
King James ll (3)Regiment of MarinesFranceIle de FranceChurch of St. Germain-en-Laye, Ile de France. Inscription: In this church lies James ll King of UK, born in London in 1633, King in 1685, dethroned in 1688, welcomed in France by Louis XlV. He held his court in the Castle of St. Germain-en-Laye. There he died on 16 September, 1701.
Kirkley Cemetery, LowestoftRoyal MarinesUKLowestoft
Kokkola, FinlandHMS VultureFinlandKokkolaRefer to attachment below. Inscription: Inscription in Finnish shows following names: Nathanael Morphy - Officer, Robert Tuell, William Collins, George Wilson, William Wedge, James Westake, Walter Grub, Robert Rendell, James Higgins
Kranji War CemeteryRoyal MarinesSingaporeKranjiKranji War Cemetery and Memorial, Singapore.
Kranji War memorialRoyal MarinesSingaporeKranjiKranji War Memorial, Singapore.
Kranji, SingaporeRoyal MarinesSingaporeSingapore Civil General HospitalInscription: The soldiers whose memory is honoured here perished in captivity in February 1942 and lie buried in one grave in the grounds of Singapore Civil General Hospital
Kuala Lumpur National MemorialRoyal MarinesMalaysiaKuala LumperRoyal Marines memorial plaque at Kuala Lumpur National Memorial commemorating those who died in Malaysia during the WWll and Malaysian Emergency Campaigns. ( photo courtesy of ex Captain Matthew White RM ).
Landing CraftRoyal Marines LC UnitsUKChathamRefer entry for St. George's Church - Nore Memorial Windows - in the Chancel. ( The Register shows a total of 326 Royal marines who lost their lives in Landing Craft. Of these 104 were Chatham Marines ).
Landrake War Memorial 1RM UKCornwall
Landrake War Memorial 2RM UKCornwallPO25446U Sgt Andrew P Evans
Langrune-sur-Mer, France48 Commando RMFranceLangrune-sur-MerMemorial to 48 Commando RM, located Langrune-sur-Mer, Normandy, France. The unit landed Normandy, 6 June, 1944, and captured strong point at Langrune-sur-Mer.
Langrune-sur-Mer, France48 Commando RMFranceLangrune-sur-MerMemorial to 48 Commando RM, located Langrune-sur-Mer, Normandy, France. The unit landed Normandy, 6 June, 1944, and captured strong point at Langrune-sur-Mer.
Langrune-sur-Mer, France48 Commando RMStreet nameplate for the Voie du 48eme Commando, Langrune-sur-Mer, Normandy, France
Le Hamel, Normandy46 Commando RMFranceLe HamelMemorial, located Le Hamel Village Square, Normandy, was unveiled 28 October, 1980, by Gen. Sir Campbell Hardy, KCB, CBE, DSO. ( C.O. of 46 RM Commando during the attack on Le Hamel and Rots ) and Monsieur Dominique Suavalle, Mayor of Le Hamel and Rots Inscription: Place du 46eme Commando Royal Marines, 11 June, 1944
Limbang Brunei 142 Commando RMBruneiNot known
Limbang, Brunei 242 Commando RMBruneiLimbangBrigadier F. C. Barton, OBE, Commando Brigade, RM, laying a wreath at Limbang 3 August, 1963.
Lion sur Mer, France ( 1 )41 Commando RMFranceLion-sur-MerInauguration 6 June, 1994, of Memorial to 41 RM Commando, 9 metres high tilted seaward in direction from which the RM Commando came.
Lion sur Mer, France ( 2 )41 Commando RMFranceLion-sur-MerThe Plaque is positioned where the sun would make the shadow fall at 06.30 on the 6 June. Inscription: 6 June 1944 - 6 June 1994 - Monument to Liberty erected to the memory of 41 Royal Marines Commando who disembarked on our beach at the hour indicated by the position of this stone on the sun dial.
Little AdenRoyal MarinesAdenSignal Hill, looking back to Scramble Course on left. Pay Parade on right.
Lympstone War Memorial 1RMLI RM UKDevon
Lympstone War Memorial 2RMLI RM UKDevonPly/x15992 Mne George E Cornish
Lympstone War Memorial 3RMLI RM UKDevonPly/13632 Pte Thomas Litton
Lympstone War Memorial 4RMLI RM UKDevonPly/13354 Pte Charles A Pannell & Ply/15990 Sgt Thomas H Smith
Malta GCRoyal MarinesMalta GCVallettaDisplay case and Book of Remembrance, St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral, Malta
Mary Tavy War Memorial 1RMLI UKDevon
Mary Tavy War Memorial 2RMLI UKDevonPly/94(S) Pte Joseph Eggett
Memorial Garden (1)Royal MarinesUKRM Museum, SouthseaThe Memorial Garden, Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire. Opened by His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Captain General, Royal Marines, Tuesday 16 May, 1995
Memorial Garden (2)Royal MarinesUKRM Museum, SouthseaThe Memorial Garden, Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire. Opened by His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Captain General, Royal Marines, Tuesday 16 May, 1995
Memorial Garden RM MuseumRN/RM LCUKRM Museum, SouthseaPlaque unveiled by Major General D. A. S. Pennefather, OBE, CGRM, Thursday 18 April, 1996 Inscription: In memory of all those of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines who died whilst serving with the Landing Craft Gun and Flak 1942 - 1945
Memorial Gardens (3)UKRM Museum, SouthseaGibraltar Rock, Memorial Gardens, Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hamprshire
Memorial Hill, FreemantleRoyal MarinesAustraliaFreemantleLocated Freemantle, Australia. Inscription: In memory of those Royal Marines who served with honour and to those who made the supreme sacrifice in South East Asia and the Pacific Theatre of Operations.
Memorial Plaque St John the Evangelist Church Gosport, HampshireRMLI UKHampshireL/Sgt Patrick Lanigan Eldridge Tizard PO/15205
Memorial Plaque St John the Evangelist Church Gosport, HampshireRMLI UKHampshireBand Cpl William Henry Guard Smale PO/8596
Memorial Plaque St Peter & St Paul Church ErmingtonRMLIUKDevonPly/227(S) Pte John W Edmunds
Memorial Plaque St Thomas A Becket Church SourtonRMLI UKDevonHarry Spry
Memorial Sandy Hook, U.S.A.Royal MarinesUSASandy HookThe 'Atlantic Highlands Journal' 1923 reported that about 1808 a French war vessel landed men and destroyed monument. Graves were discovered 1908 and remains interred Cypress Hills National Cemetery, Brooklyn. New Monument erected Sandy Hook 1939. Inscription: See Sandy Hook Memorial - located Parish of Trinity Church, New York, U.S.A.
Millers Point, Sydney, AustraliaAustraliaSydneyPlaque to remind Australia of all the Regiments or Descendant Regiments who served in early Australia. Located Garrison Church, Holy Trinity Church, Miller's Point, Sydney, Australia.
Modbury War Memorial 1RMLI UKDevon
Modbury War Memorial 2RMLI UKDevonPly/10759 Pte James Howard
Moretonhampstead War MemorialRMLI UKDevonPly/11509 Pte George Bennett
Mtarfa Cemetery Malta GCRoyal MarinesMalta GCMtarfa
Murmansk 1Royal MarinesRussiaMurmanskHeadstones of British Service Men who died in Russia 1918 - 1919, Murmansk New British Cemetery. Photographed 1990.
Murmansk 2Royal MarinesRussiaMurmanskMurmansk New British Cemetery photographed 1990 and located outskirts of Murmansk. The Chairman ( Mayor ) of Murmansk and the Commonwealth War Graves Commission were endeavouring to have the cemetery upgraded to an official War Cemetery.
Murmansk 3Royal MarinesRussiaMurmanskSee attached ( Image ) photocopy of Dissident's note.
N China Naval Brigade Memorial 2Royal MarinesUKPortsmouthInscription: Names of Royal Marines: Captain H W H Bates RMA, Gunner E Lunn RMA, Gunner J T Yates RMA, Private F W Briggs RMLI, Private A E Ellis RMLI, Private F H Foster RMLI, Private E Frisby RMLI, Private C H Hawes RMLI
Nanpean War Memorial 1RMLI UKCornwall
Nanpean War Memorial 2RMLI UKCornwallCh/1648(S) Pte Ernest Rickard
Nanpean War Memorial 3RMLI UKCornwallCh/1626(S) Pte Albert J Snell, Ply/850(S) Samuel Sowden & Ch/1624(S) Pte Cecil L Trudgeon
Newton Abbot War Memorial 1RMLI RM UKDevon
Newton Abbot War Memorial 2RMLI RM UKDevonPly/14601 Pte John H Collett
Newton Abbot War Memorial 3RMLI RM UKDevonPly/14454 Pte Alfred E Frost & Ply/10782 Pte James Gulley
Newton Abbot War Memorial 4RMLI RM UKDevonPly/15635 Pte Patrick Watts
Newton Abbot War Memorial 5RMLI RM UKDevonPly/x104580 Mne Norman F Barr, Ply/x100188 Mne Eric S J Bowden & Ex/1947 Cpl Stanley S Holmes-Crout
Newton Abbot War Memorial 6RMLI RM UKDevonPly/x2512 Mne Frederick V Martin, Ply/x1101 Mne Francis J Roberts, Ply/x106553 Mne Thomas D Sandford & Ply/x 15608 Mne Samuel A G Winser
Normandy Landings Plaque41, 45, 48 Commando RMUKWarsashPlaque commissioned by Whitbread Wessex Ltd, located at The Rising Sun Pier, River Hamble, Warsash, Hants. Unveiled by Rt. Hon. Countess of Burma, CD, JP, DL, on 28 May, 1980. Inscription: 41 Royal Marine Commando, 45 Royal Marine Commando, 48 Royal Marine Commando - see image
North China 1Royal MarinesUKPortsmouthMemorial located Victoria Park, Portsmouth, Hampshire. Inscription: This bell was taken at the capture of the North West Fort Taku, June 17th 1900, and brought home by HMS 'Orlando'. The memorial is erected by the officers and men in memory of their comrades who lost their lives during the commission.
North China Naval Brigade MemorialRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthAlso in memory of those Officers and Men who died during the commission 1897 - 1901. Inscription: Erected by Admiral E H Seymour, G.C.B., the Captain, Officers and Ship's company of HMS 'Centurion' in memory of the Officers and Men of that ship who were killed or died of wounds received doing their duty in the Naval Brigade, North China, 1900.
Operation FranktonUKHamworthyOperation 'Frankton' Memorial located RM Poole, Hamworthy, Dorset. Unveiled by Lt. General Sir Steuart Pringle, Bt, KCB, DSC, Sunday, 11 December, 1983. Inscription: Of the many brave and dashing raids carried out by the men of the Combined Operations Command none was more courageous or imaginative than Operation Frankton - Mountbatten of Burma
Operation Frankton Memorial PlaqueFranceL'Etuaire BlayeLocated Musee d l'Etuaire Blaye. France
Peking LegationRoyal MarinesChinaPlease double-click in the 'Image' area below to open the attached word document.
Pembroke Military Cemetery Malta GCRoyal MarinesMalta GCPembroke
Plymouth Division War Memorial ( 1 )Royal MarinesUKPlymouthMemorial located on Plymouth Hoe, Devon. It is a bronze figure of St. George flanked by two Royal Marine figures. The Memorial was unveiled 8 November, 1921, by Earl Fortescue, Lord Lieutenant of Devon. Inscription: So he passed over, and all the Trumpeters sounded for Him, on the other side
Plymouth Division War Memorial ( 2 )Royal MarinesUKPlymouthMemorial located on Plymouth Hoe, Devon. It is a bronze figure of St. George flanked by two Royal Marine figures. The Memorial was unveiled 8 November, 1921, by Earl Fortescue, Lord Lieutenant of Devon.
Plymouth Division War Memorial ( 4 )Royal MarinesUKPlymouthMemorial located on Plymouth Hoe, Devon. It is a bronze figure of St. George flanked by two Royal Marine figures. The Memorial was unveiled 8 November, 1921, by Earl Fortescue, Lord Lieutenant of Devon. ( See image for extract from Globe & Laurel ).
Plymouth Naval Memorial ( 1 )Royal MarinesUKPlymouthSee image information
Plymouth Naval Memorial ( 2 )UKPlymouthThis statue of a Royal Marine Commando ( Sculptor Sir Charles Wheeler ) forms part of the Plymouth Naval Memorial
Plympton War Memorial Church of St MauriceRMLI RM UKDevonPly/2974 Pte John Axworthy & Ply/x146 Sgt Ernest R S Rowse
Port-en-Bessin, France47 Commando RMFrancePort-en-BessinMemorial to 47 Commando RM who captured the port on 7 June, 1944
Portsmouth CathedralRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthMemorial is a small granite plaque in a wooden frame standing at ground level in front grounds of Portsmouth Cathedral, Old Portsmouth, Hampshire
Portsmouth Naval MemorialRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthThere are one thousand and forty four names of Royal Marine ranks killed in the First World War and eight hundred and twenty four inscribed for the Second World War
Pozieres British Cemetery 1Royal MarinesFrancePozieresLocated North West side of Albert-Bapaume Road, France. Monument in remembrance of those who fell during the retreat over the Somme Battlefields, March-April, 1918.
Pozieres British Cemetery 2Royal MarinesFrancePozieresLocated North West side of Albert-Bapaume Road, France.
Pozieres British Cemetery 3Royal MarinesFrancePozieresLocated North West side of Albert-Bapaume Road, France.
Quebec - CanadaRoyal MarinesCanadaQuebecMunicipalite de Saint-Paul-de-L'ile-Aux-Noix, Quebec, Canada. Inscription: Battle of the Lacolle Mill. 30 March, 1814, Major R. B. Handcock and a garrison 500 men 13th Regiment, Royal Marines, Canadian Fencibles, Voltiguers, Indians withstood attack by 4,000 American soldiers with Gen. Wilkinson. Last American invasion Canada
R N Association Malta GC MemorialMalta GCPietaMemorial erected by the Royal Naval Association Malta GC Branch at Pieta, Malta GC. 2,336 Royal Marines died at sea 1914-1918. 2,135 Royal Marines died at sea 1939-1945. Inscription: We will remember them - Lest we forget
Ranville War Cemetery, FranceRM CommandosFranceRanville
Ravena War Cemetery, ItalyRoyal MarinesItalyRavena
RM BarracksRoyal MarinesTasmaniaHobartPlaque commemorating location of Barracks of Royal Marines at the founding of Hobart, Tasmania, 1869.
RM Cadets Chatham 1R M CadetsUKChathamAfter 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: In memory of the Boys of the Royal Marines Cadet Corps of Chatham who died as a result of an accident in Dock Road on 4 December, 1951. ( Plaque in St. George's Church West Wall ( South ).
RM Cadets Chatham 2R M CadetsUKChathamAfter 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: In memory of the Boys of the Royal Marines Cadet Corps of Chatham who died as a result of an accident in Dock Road on 4 December, 1951. ( Plaque in St. Georges Church West Wall ( South ).
RM Families Kranji CemeteryRoyal MarinesSingaporeKranjiGraves of families of RM personnel buried in Kranji Cemetery Singapore 1961 - 1970
RMA BuglersRMA BuglersUKSouthseaA Plaque in remembrance of the Royal Marine Artillery Buglers who lost their lives during the Great War 1914-1918. Formerly located in St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea, hampshire.
RMA Sports Pavilion 1RMAUKEastneySports Pavilion erected by the Royal Marine Artillery in memory of comrades lost on land and sea 1914-1918 War. Located at RM Museum Eastney and is now Royal Marines Association Clubhouse.
RMA Sports Pavilion 2RMAUKEastneySports Pavilion erected by the Royal Marine Artillery in memory of comrades lost on land and sea 1914-1918 War. Located at RM Museum Eastney and is now Royal Marines Association Clubhouse. Plaque is now in RM Association Clubhouse.
RMA Sports Pavilion 3RMAUKEastneySports Pavilion erected by the Royal Marine Artillery in memory of comrades lost on land and sea 1914-1918 War. Located at RM Museum Eastney, building is now Royal Marines Association Clubhouse. Original Memorial Plaque is now in the RMA Clubhouse.
RMLI died at seaRMLIAustraliaPort Essendon, North West Territ
Roll of Honour St Kenwyn ChurchRM UKCornwall2nd Lt Anthony T C Hocking
Rots Village, France46 Commando RMFranceRots VillageThe Memorial was unveiled on 11 June, 1994 Inscription: British War Graves - The sign on the corner-stone of the wall points to the place which was the temporary burial ground for the 20 Royal Marines of the 46th Commando killed in action during the liberation of Rots on 11th June, 1944
Royal George Memorial PlaqueRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthMemorial Plaque unveiled by Earl Mountbatten of Burma 31 August 1965. Inscription: In memory of the many Officers and Men of the Royal Navy; Royal Marines who lost their lives when the 'Royal George' sank at Spithead on the 29th August 1782 and who lie buried along this seafront. 'And here by friends unknown unmarked unwept they rest'
Royal Marine Artillery 1899-1902RMAUKSouthseaMemorial plaque formerly in St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea, Hampshire. Inscription: To the Memory of The Officers and Men Royal Marine Artillery who were killed or died of wounds or disease 1899-1902
Royal Marine Artillery 2RMAUKEastneyMemorial windows formerly in St. Andrew's Church, Henderson Road, Eastney, Southsea, Hampshire. The centre window depicts God: flanking windows are of the Archangel Gabriel and Michael. Unveiled 11 June, 1911, by Colonel Commandant J. H. Bor, CMG. Inscription: 'We pray you to remember the Officers and Men of the Royal Marine Artillery who laid down their lives for their country in South Africa and China, 1899-1902 and to the Glory of Almighty God'.
Royal MarinesRM CommandosFranceBannervilleBannerville War Cemetery, Bannerville la Campagne, south east of Caen, France
Royal Marines Band ServiceRM Band ServiceUKDealMemorial Bandstand in memory of the men of the Royal Marines Band Service murdered by the Provisional Irish Republican Army terrorists in the bombing of the Royal Marines School of Music, Deal, September 1989.
Royal Marines Band Service MemorialUKSouthseaMemorial located Memorial Gardens, Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire Inscription: Dedicated to the memory of all members of the Royal Marines Band Service and Buglers Branch who lost their lives during the Second World War
Royal Marines Memorial Gibraltar 1RMLI GibraltarMarina Bay Square
Royal Marines Memorial Gibraltar 2RMLI GibraltarMarina Bay Square
Royal Naval DivisionRoyal Naval DivisionUKLondonRoyal Naval Division Memorial located on The Mall, London. Inscription: 1914 - 1918 In memory of the Officers and Other Ranks of the Royal Naval Division who gave their lives for their country.
Royal Naval Division 1Royal Naval DivisionUKLondonRoyal Naval Division Memorial located on The Mall, London. Inscription: Blow out you bugles over the rich dead
Royal Naval Division 2Royal Naval DivisionUKLondonRoyal Naval Division Memorial located on The Mall, London.
Royal Naval Division 3Royal Naval DivisionUKLondonRoyal Naval Division Memorial located on The Mall, London. Inscription: 1914 - 1918 In memory of the Officers and Other Ranks of the Royal Naval Division who gave their lives for their country.
RussiaRoyal MarinesRussiaSee attached ( Image ) photocopy of background to Murmansk campaign.
Ryes War CemeteryRyes War Cemetery, France
Salerno (1) - A Royal MarineRM CommandoItalyBritish Military Cemetery, SalerA Royal Marine of the Second World War
Salerno (2) -Royal MarineRM CommandoItalyBritish Military Cemetery, SalerA Royal Marine of the Second World War - R.M. Commando - 9 - 16 September , 1943
Salerno War Cemetery 1RM CommandosItalySalernoBritish Military Cemetery
Salerno War Cemetery 2RM CommandosItalySalerno7 Officers, 43 Marines 41 RM Commando were killed in operation to capture, keep open, La Molina defile to enable 5th Army to move safely through hills towards Plains of Naples. Action lasted 9 - 18 September. Inscription: ( Some 41 RM Commando headstones show 18 Sept. but should be 17 September 1943 )
San Juan Island ( 2 )Royal MarinesUSASan Juan IslandEnglish Camp, San Juan, Washington State, U.S.A.
San Juan Island ( 3 )Royal MarinesUSASan Juan IslandEnglish Camp, San Juan Island, Washington State, U.S.A.
San Juan Island ( 4 )Royal MarinesUSASan Juan IslandEnglish Camp, San Juan Island, Washington State, U.S.A.
San Juan Island ( 5 )Royal MarinesUSASan Juan IslandCommanding Officer's Quarters, English Camp, San Juan Island, Washington State, U.S.A.
San Juan Island ( 6 )Royal MarinesUSASan Juan IslandMarine Barracks, English Camp, San Juan Island, Washington State, U.S.A.
San Juan Island ( 7 )Royal MarinesUSASan Juan IslandMarine Barracks, English Camp, San Juan Island, Washington State, U.S.A.
San Juan Island (1)Royal MarinesUSASan Juan IslandMonument erected by the Washington University State Historical Society, English Camp, San Juan Island, Washington State, U.S.A. 21 October, 1904
Sandgate War Cemetery 1Royal MarinesAustraliaNewcastleSandgate War Cemetery, Newcastle, Australia.
Sannerville, FranceRoyal Marine CommandosFranceSannervilleLocated Sannerville, Normandy, France. Inscription: In memory of the Royal Marine Commandos, gratefully, Sannerville June 1991
Seaton War Memorial St Gregorys Church 1RM UKDevon
Seaton War Memorial St Gregorys Church 2RM UKDevonPly/x100963 Mne Arthur W G Hooper
Selborne ChurchRoyal MarinesUKAlton1914-1918 War Memorial at Selborne Church near Alton, Hampshire.
Serooskerke Village (1), Walcheren48 Commando RMNetherlandsWalcherenA memorial, located Serooskerke Village, Island of Walcheren, Netherlands, to the ranks of 48 Commando RM and 79 Squadron Royal Engineers who lost their lives when the Landing Vehicles Track were hit by enemy fire. Inscription: ( Led by Jacob van Winkelen, an honorary member of 48 Commando RM Association, the people of Serooskerke raised the money and erected the monument ).
Serooskerke Village (2), Walcheren48 Commando RMNetherlandsWalcherenA memorial, located Serooskerke Village, Island of Walcheren, Netherlands, to the ranks of 48 Commando RM and 79 Squadron Royal Engineers who lost their lives when the Landing Vehicles Track were hit by enemy fire. Inscription: ( Led by Jacob van Winkelen, an honorary member of 48 Commando RM Association, the people of Serooskerke raised the money and erected the monument ).
Serooskerke Village (3), Walcheren48 Commando RMNetherlandsWalcherenA memorial, located Serooskerke Village, Island of Walcheren, Netherlands, to the ranks of 48 Commando RM and 79 Squadron Royal Engineers who lost their lives when the Landing Vehicles Track were hit by enemy fire. Inscription: ( Led by Jacob van Winkelen, an honorary member of 48 Commando RM Association, the people of Serooskerke raised the money and erected the monument ).
Sheepstor War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Sheepstor War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonPly/15599 Pte Thomas H Blatchford
Siege Bell Memorial, Malta GCRoyal MarinesMalta GCVallettaRoyal Marine personnel of Naval Headquarters in Malta formed the St. Angelo Light AA. Many Royal Marines of the Mediterranean Fleet lost their lives in the defence of the George Cross Island. Inscription: Commemorating all who lost their lives during the Siege of Malta
South Africa 1Royal MarinesUKPortsmouthOn Friday 17 May 1901 Lord Goshen unveiled the monument which is to the memory of those who fell at Ladysmith and elsewhere in South Africa who were members of HMS 'Powerful'. The monument is an obelisk of reddish brown Peterhead granite 24 ft. high. Inscription: South African War Memorial - ( located Victoria Park, Portsmouth, Hampshire. )
South Africa 2Royal MarinesUKPortsmouthRoyal Marine Artillery and Royal Marine Light Infantry badges are engraved on the monument. Monument is located in Victoria Park, Portsmouth, Hampshire. Inscription: To the memory of the officers and men of the Naval Brigade of HMS 'Powerful' who were killed in action or died during the campaign in South Africa, 1899 - 1900.
South Africa 3RMASouth AfricaCapetownMemorial erected in memory of the Officers and Men of the South African Heavy Artillery who died in the Great War 1914 - 1918 containing names of men of the Royal Marine Artillery. Located at Company's Gardens, Capetown, South Africa.
South Africa 3 1899-1902Royal MarinesUKPlymouthMemorial located at Devonport Park, Plymouth. Inscription: This gun captured from the Boers during the South African War 1899-1902 has been erected by the Officers and Men of H.M.S.'Doris' in memory of their shipmates who lost their lives during the campaign.
South Africa 4 1899Royal MarinesSouth AfricaKimberleyMemorial in memory of the men killed in the battles of Belmont 23 November 1899, Enslin 25 November 1899, Graspan 25 November 1899, Midden Rivers 28 November 1899, Macersfontein 11 December 1899. Inscription: Belmont 23-11-1899 Enslin 25-11-1899 Graspan 25-11-1899 Midden Rivers 28-11-1899 Macersfontein 11-12-1899
Southsea MemorialRoyal MarinesUKSouthseaLocated South Parade, Southsea, Hants.
Spean Bridge Memorial ( 1 )RM CommandosUKSpean BridgeWar Memorial 1939-1945 in honour of Commando Forces located Achnacarry, Lochaber Region, Scotland. It commands a magnificent view of the River Spean valley, Ben Nevis and the western end of the Great Glen.
Spean Bridge Memorial ( 2 )RM CommandosUKSpean BridgeWar Memorial 1939-1945 in honour of Commando Forces located Achnacarry, Lochaber Region, Scotland. It commands a magnificent view of the River Spean valley, Ben Nevis and the western end of the Great Glen. Inscription: In memory of the Officers and Men of the Commandos who died in the Second World War 1939-1945 - This was their training ground
Spean Bridge Memorial ( 3 )RM CommandosUKSpean BridgeSubscribed by the people of Scotland as a tribute to the exploits of Commando soldiers of all nationalities who gave their lives in World War 1939-1945. Designed by Mr. Scott Sutherland it was unveiled by HM the Queen Mother 27 September, 1952.
St Aubin-sur-Mer (2), France48 Commando RMFranceSt. Aubin-sur-MerThe Plaque was erected when the road was renamed in 1994 during the 50th Anniversary of D-Day ceremonies. Inscription: Rue du Major General James Moulton. ( Major General Moulton commanded, as Lt. Colonel, 48 Commando RM during the D-Day Landings on the left flank of Juno. He was wounded by mortar fragments but continued to assemble his men before they advanced inland ).
St Marys Church War Memorial Torquay 1RMLI UKDevon
St Marys Church War Memorial Torquay 2RMLI UKDevonPly/10222 Pte Arthur Walling
St. Andrew's ChurchRMAUKSouthseaCont'd:. .. on the other side panels represent Nativity, and on the other side panels figures of the types of Prophets and Recorders of the Nativity Also a second memorial was unveiled in memory of Brig. Gen. Lumsden. Inscription: Extract from G & L: On 25 July, 1920, at St. Andrews Church the RMA Memorial was unveiled to the memory of Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and Men of the RMA who fell in the Great War. The memorial itself is of carved oak and mosaic,
St. Andrew's Church, Belchamp St. Paul, SuffolkRoyal MarinesUKBelchamp St. Paul, Essex
St. Andrew's Church, FarlingtonRMLIUKFarlingtonNames of T. Alward, RMA, and E. H. Burnett, RMLI, inscribed on War Memorial.
St. Andrew's Church, PlymouthRoyal MarinesUKPlymouthInscription: Plaque: This tree was planted 15th August 1985 (40th Anniversary of V-J Day )
St. Aubin-sur-Mer (1), France48 Commando RMFranceSt. Aubin-sur-MerMemorial to 48 Commando RM , St. Aubin, Normandy, France
St. Aubin-sur-Mer, France48 Commando RMFranceSt. Aubin-sur-MerStreet nameplate for the Rue 48eme Commando des Royal Marines, St. Aubin-sur-Mer, Normandy, France
St. George's Church, Pembroke - 1Royal MarinesUKChathamFormer Royal Naval Church, now St. George's Center under the control of Gillingham Council. Windows are in most cases dedicated to a number of Chatham Ships and actions in which Royal Marines died.
St. George's Church, Pembroke - 2Royal MarinesUKChathamThe Reredos ( carved wooden screen behind the altar ) is dedicated to the Fallen of World War One.
St. Helier War Cemetery, Jersey, Channel IslandsRoyal MarinesChannel IslandsJersey
St. James's Churchyard, Dunwich, SuffolkRoyal MarinesUKDunwich
St. James's, HalseRMLIUKHalseMemorial plaque on wall of St. James's for Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Hugh Ferguson Montgomery RMLI who is buried in Brompton Cemetery.
St. Mary's Churchyard, Martlesham, SuffolkRoyal MarinesUKMartelsham
St. Peter's Churchyard, Carlton Colville, SuffolkRoyal MarinesUKCarlton Colville, Suffolk
St. Sampson's Church, Ouistreham,1 S.S. (Commando) BrigadeFranceOuistrehamStained Glass window decicated to 1st S.S. ( Commando ) Brigade, 3, 4, 6, Army, 45 RM Commando, 46 RM Commando, St. Sampson's Church, Ouistreham, Normandy, France
Support Squadron, Eastern FlankRoyal MarinesExtract from 'Globe & Laurel', Volume LX, page 132, July/August, 1952.
Support Squadron, Eastern Flank MemorialRoyal MarinesUKHamworthyMemorial located Lych Gate, St. Michael's Church, Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset. Ther are two tablets, one either side of gate's interior.
Sydney Cove, AustraliaRoyal MarinesAustraliaCanberraMemorial located Canberra Museum, Canberra, Capital Territory, Australia. Inscription: British Marines landed in Sydney Cove with the first European settlers in 1788. The New South Wales Corps replaced them in 1792.
Tavistock War Memorial 1RMLI RMA UKDevon
Tavistock War Memorial 2RMLI RMA UKDevonPly/12418 Pte Edward N Coles
Tavistock War Memorial 3RMLI RMA UKDevonMajor Christopher H Hoskyns-Abrahall
Tavistock War Memorial 4RMLI RMA UKDevonRMA/14922 Gnr Charles W Merrifield
Tavistock War Memorial 5RMLI RMA UKDevonPly/18473 Pte Henry Waye
Tavistock War Memorial 6RMLI RMA UKDevonPly/x2465 Mne William J Burgoyne
Tetcott War Memorial 1RMUKDevon
Tetcott War Memorial 2RMUKDevonPly/x108085 Mne Kenneth W Stephens
The Chine40 Commando RMUKIsle of WightMemorial to 40 Commando RM 1942-1946 at the Chine, Isle of Wight
The Chine40 Commando RMUKIsle of WightMemorial to 40 Commando RM 1942-1946 at the Chine, Isle of Wight
The Chine40 Commando RMUKIsle of WightMemorial to 40 Commando RM 1942-1946 at the Chine, Isle of Wight
The Chine40 Commando RMUKIsle of WightIn memory of those lost when HMS Fidelity was sunk
The Chine, Shanklin, Isle of Wight40 Commando RMUKIsle of Wight
The McConnell MemorialRoyal MarinesUKHamworthyPlaque located at the Landing Craft Branch Museum, RM, Poole, Hamworthy, Dorset Inscription: This Memorial was presented by the family of Lt. R. J. McConnell, RM, who died whilst serving at ATURM. It is in memory of all ranks of the Landing Craft Branch of the Royal Marines who have died on duty since the end of the Second World War.
The Rising Sun PierRoyal MarinesUKWarsashThe pier was built during the 1939 - 1945 war, opposite the Rising Sun Inn. It was used largely for fuelling and watering the many infantry landing craft on the River Hamble, which were based at HMS 'Tormentor', formerly the Household Brigade Yacht Club
The Yomper Statue ( 2 )Royal MarinesUKSouthseaLocated in the Visitors Entrance Royal Marines Museum, Eastney Esplanade, Southsea Hampshire
The Yompers Statue ( 1 )Royal MarinesUKSouthseaLocated at the entrance to the Royal Marines Museum, Eastney Esplanade, Southsea, Hampshire
Thiepval 1Royal Naval DivisionFranceThiepval1/RMLI lost 132 killed and 210 wounded out of about 500 men. 2/RMLI suffered similar losses: only 1 Officer survivng the attacks. These made advances of about 500 Metres. ( See also Thiepval 2 ) Inscription: Thiepval, The Somme, France. The Royal Marine Light Infantry, as part of the Royal Naval Division, fought on the Somme front.
Thiepval 2Royal Naval DivisionFranceThiepval1/RMLI lost 132 killed and 210 wounded out of about 500 men. 2/RMLI suffered similar losses: only 1 Officer survivng the attacks. These made advances of about 500 Metres. ( See also Thiepval 1 ) Inscription: Thiepval, The Somme, France. The Royal Marine Light Infantry, as part of the Royal Naval Division, fought on the Somme front.
Thurlestone War MemorialRoyal MarinesUKThurlestoneMemorial located Thurlestone, Devon. The 8th RM Battalion Headquarters moved to Thurlestone and set up the Royal Marine Officer Cadet Training Unit, January, 1941. The first course of cagets, 'HO7', completed its 12 weeks training by mid-April, 1941.
Unknown MarineRoyal MarinesUnited KingdomSt. David's Cemetery, Dover, KenA Marine of the Second World War Royal Marines buried 24 June, 1940. Known unto God
Unknown MarineRoyal MarinesUnited KingdomSt Stephens Church, By Saltash, Grave, Back of Church Left Side. Buried on the 11-9-1931. United Kingdomnown Royal Marine
Unknown Royal Marine 1RMCreteSuda Bay War Cemetery
Unknown Royal Marine 2RMCreteSuda Bay War Cemetery
Unknown Royal Marine 3RMCreteSuda Bay War Cemetery
Upper Chine School, Isle of Wight46 Commando RMUKIsle of WightUpper Chine School, Shanklin, Isle of Wight Inscription: In proud and everlasting memory of the Officers and Men of 46 RM Commando who laid down their lives in Normandy, Holland, and Germany. The H.Q. of the unit was in Upper Chine School, Shanklin, before the Normandy landings.
Venray CemeteryRoyal MarinesNetherlandsVenrayCommonwealth War Graves Commissions' Cemetery, Venray, Holland
Volvo, GreeceRM Detachment HMS 'Devonshire'GreeceVolvo CemeteryGraves of 15 Ranks and one Rating killed or died of wounds as a result of the explosion in 'X' gun turret of HMS 'Devonshire' on 26 July, 1929
Walcheren Island 141 Commando RMNetherlandsWalcherenNames of those killed in action at Walcheren November 1944. Inscription: 41 Commando Royal Marines Memorial 1942 - 1946 Domburg, Walcheren. In commemoration of those who made the Supreme Sacrifice in the Liberation of The Netherlands.
Walcheren Island 241 Commando RMNetherlandsWalcherenNames of those killed in action at Walcheren Nocvember 1944. Inscription: 41 Commando Royal Marines Memorial 1942 - 1946 Domburg, Walcheren. In commemoration of those who made the Supreme Sacrifice in the Liberation of The Netherlands.
Walcheren StandardRM CommandosUKEastneyThe Standard, to be kept in St. Andrew's Church at Eastney, to be used for ceremonial occasions such as commemoration of the assault on Walcheren, 1 November, 1944. Inscription: Presented by the Queen's Commissioner for Zealand from the people of Walcheren - 'as a tangible gift to those who liberated them from the Germans.'
War Memorial St Petrocs Church South BrentRMUKDevon2nd Lt John Corrie & Ply/22647 Mne Arthur Mortimore
War Memorial St Martin on Tours Church West CokerRMLI UKSomersetPly/16348 Pte Lot Hayward
War Memorial St Peter & St Paul Church ErmingtonRMLIUKDevonPly/227(S) Pte John W Edmunds
War Memorial St Peters Church Revelstoke Noss Mayo 1 RMUKDevon
War Memorial St Peters Church Revelstoke Noss Mayo 2 RMUKDevonPly/x103925 Sgt Edward G Rowe
West Norwood War MemorialRoyal MarinesUKLondonMemorial West Norwood, South East London Inscription: PO/X 102377 Lance Corporal R. W. Price, Royal Marines
Westkappelle, WalcherenRM CommandosNetherlandsWalcherenMemorial to the Commando Units who landed at Westkappelle. Located at the Great Dyke, West Kappelle, Island of Walcheren, Netherlands
Whitechurch War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Whitechurch War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonMajor Alexander A Cordner
Widecombe in the Moor War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevonCh/1987(S) Pte John H Irish & Ply/16598 Pte George Nosworthy
Widecombe in the Moor War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonCh/1987(S) Pte John H Irish & Ply/16598 Pte George Nosworthy
Wilford Hill Cemetery, NottinghamRoyal MarinesUKNottinghamA corner of Wilford Hill Cemetery set aside for war dead.
Willand War Memorial 1RMLI RMAUKDevon
Willand War Memorial 2RMLI RMAUKDevonPly/8966 Cpl Walter Gollop
Willand War Memorial 3RMLI RMAUKDevonRMA/7153 Gnr William Henry Rugg
Willesden War MemorialRoyal MarinesUKWillesdenWillesden War Memorial, North West London Inscription: PO/X 8968 Private H. J. Smith, RMLI. CH/X 11035 Private S W B Barker, RMLI
Winkleigh War Memorial 1RMUKDevonLt Henry D Hartnoll DSC
Winkleigh War Memorial 2RMUKDevonLt Henry D Hartnoll DSC
Y Ravine Cemetery, FranceRoyal MarinesFranceBeaumont HamelBeaumont Hamel, France
Yokohama 'Foreigners' CemeteryRoyal MarinesJapanYokohamaGravestones of Royal Marine Ranks removed from their burial site after an earthquake