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Memorial Unit Date Country Location Notes Inscription
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
41 Independant Commando RM41 Ind. Commando RMSee image for description of Korean conflict.
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
42 RM Commando (post WW2) memorial1944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, Eastney42 Commando Association Dedicated in Perpetuity to the memory of our comrades who have died in conflicts throughout the World since World War II, Peace.
43 Commando RM Memorial43 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaLocated Memorial Gardens Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire43 Royal Marines, 1943/45 Commando 1961/1968. 2nd Battalion Royal Marines, 1940-1943. Dedicated in memory of Fallen Comrades and Those Who Served with Us in Jugoslavia and Italy. Cpl Tom Hunter VC, Royal Marines, Comacchio, N Italy, 1945, 21st June 1998, Comacchio Group, Royal Marines.
44 Commando RM Memorial44 Commando RMUKRM Museum, SouthseaLocated Memorial Gardens Royal Marine Museum, Southsea, Hampshire44 Royal Marines Commando, In enduring memory of all ranks who gave their lives during the Burma campaign from 1943 to 1945, and of all ranks of the 3rd Battalion Royal Marines who gave their lives between 1940 and 1945. Erected by the unanimous wish of their comrades. Unveiled by CH/X 100217 Marine J R Gray on 17.8.97
45 Commando RM memorial45 Commando RM1944-1945United KingdomOld RM Museum site, SouthseaFor the lists of named RMs see: 45 Commando RM memorial_names A-D, names E-L, names M-S and names T-W45 Royal Marines Commando. In proud enduring memory of the 111 men of the Commando killed in actions from the beaches of Normandy to the Baltic Sea. 6th June 1944 to 8th May 1945. This memorial was erected in their honour by surviving old comrades.
45 Commando RM memorial_names A-D45 Commando RM 1944-1945United KingdomOld RM Museum site, SouthseaFor the main dedication and photo see: 45 Commando RM memorialSgt P Ahern; Mne D A Baker; Cpl L Baker; Cpl E B Beach; Sgt E B Begbie; Mne R Bell; Mne J Benson; Cpl A Bidmead; LCpl W G Boniface; Mne G Boothroyd; Capt M C Brockbank; Cpl A R Brooks;Mne F Campbell; Mne B L Cann; Cpl W Carter; Lieut A C P Casper; Mne R Casson; Mne H J Clarke; Cpl H J Cocks; Cpl J Cohen; Mne A C Conaty; Mne A G A Cook; Mne E P Corbyn; Mne W Crompton; Mne W Crouch; Mne E C Dangerfield; Mne G Davidson; Mne O Davies; LCpl K W J Davis; LCpl A C Dryburgh; Cpl J J Duchan;
45 Commando RM memorial_names E-L45 Commando RM 1944-1945United KingdomOld RM Museum site, SouthseaFor the main dedication and photo see: 45 Commando RM memorialMne A J Earl; Mne B C S Fenton; Sgt W Finlay; Mne E W Forbes; Mne B B Foster; Cpl H A Gage; Lieut A Gale; Mne R George; Mne E J Gladwin; Cpl F J E Goodenough; Capt E E D Grewcock; RSM J H Grimsey; Cpl E G Gynes; Mne J Hall; LCpl H E Harden; Mne W Hobbins; Mne P L Holmes; Mne A J Kemp; Lieut W Kennedy; Mne R J Keogh; Sgt F Kerr; Mne F Kershaw; Mne C King; Cpl J T Knott; Cpl J H Laing; Mne G Lay; Sgt T M Ledger; Mne L L Lee; Mne E J Lee; Mne T A Lovett; Mne C Lyon;
45 Commando RM memorial_names M-S45 Commando RM 1944-1945United KingdomOld RM Museum site, SouthseaFor the main dedication and photo see: 45 Commando RM memorialCpl R McFall; Mne J McFatter; Mne N W McIntosh; Mne D McKeown; Mne G McPake; LCpl H McNulty; Mne L H Manley; Mne T B Marshall; Mne R Mitchell; Cpl D A W Money; Mne C Moseley; Mne A Mulhall; Mne W H Murphy; Mne K Musgrave; Cpl L Myers; Cpl B G Newman; Mne B K Ord; Mne W H Pearce; LCpl W Purvis; Cpl D W Reed; Cpl A W Rogers; Mne R J Rolson; Mne G J Russel; Cpl J R Ruston; Sgt J T R Smith; LCpl E T Stallwood; Mne H J Stapley; Mne D P Sweet; Mne R Symes;
45 Commando RM memorial_names T-W45 Commando RM 1944-1945United KingdomOld RM Museum site, SouthseaFor the main dedication and photo see: 45 Commando RM memorialMne J Timmins; Mne T G Unthank; Mne F Wales; Mne J W Walker; Mne G Watson; Cpl J A Watson; Sgt J P Wharton; Mne F Whitaker; Capt B g White; Sgt R D White; Mne R A Wilcox; Mne F Wild; Sgt W A Wilson; Lieut P Winston; Mne A Wright; Lieut T D Wright.
45 RM Commando, post WW2, memorial1946>United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyThe slate plaque became loose and has been removed from the stone. It is currently in the NMRN store awaiting a re-fix, hence no photo (as at April 2021)45 Commando Royal Marines, In everlasting memory of all those who lost their lives whilst serving in 1946>, Palestine, Malaya, Near East, Cyprus, Arabian Peninsula, Radfan, South Atlantic, Operation Haven. Their youth will last forever and at the going down of the sun. Unveiled by Major-General A F Whitehead CB DSO on 1st May 1999
46 Commando RM Memorial46 Commando RM1944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyFor the lists of named RMs see: 46 Commando RM Memorial_names_A-De, Do-Je, Jo-P, R-WIn proud and everlasting memory of the men who served in 46 Royal Marine Commando who laid down their lives in Normandy, Holland and Germany, 1939-1945.
46 Commando RM memorial_names A-De1944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneySee 46 Commando RM memorial for main photo and dedicationMne A Anderson; Cpl J Atherton; Mne W T Atherton; Cpl J Bailey; Sgt W B Begbie; Mne V G Bradley; Cpl W E Brooks; Lieut D T Burrows; TSM R A Buttress; Cpl S D Cantlay; TSM W G Clark; Cpl W H Cook; Mne M Coyle; Mne A Cundall; Mne G Davidson; TSM J C Davies; Sgt H Denton; Mne C W Dewberry;
46 Commando RM memorial_names Do-Je1944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneySee 46 Commando RM memorial for main photo and dedicationMne C H Donaldson; Mne P Donnelly; Mne J Downs; Mne S Durose; Mne R Facey; Mne J P Fargher; Mne J Flood; Mne G Fyvie; Cpl R W Garrick; Mne A F Holland; Cpl R W P Hill; Mne J E Hordell; Sgt F A Houghton; Mne W J James; Lieut A P Jerram
46 Commando RM memorial_names Jo-P1944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneySee 46 Commando RM memorial for main photo and dedicationCpl C Johnson; Mne H S Johnson; Mne E G Jones; Mne T C F Judd; Mne W T Kidwell; Cpl G R Kimber; Sgt T M Ledger; Major J Lee MC; TSM W C Leeming; Mne C F Lunn; Cpl R McFall; L/Cpl S L Moody; Mne K Musgrave; Mne A Nelson; Lieut R G Nunn; Mne J Parker; Capt B W Pierce; Mne J G Pizey; Mne J W Ponsford;
46 Commando RM memorial_names R-W1944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneySee 46 Commando RM memorial for main photo and dedicationMne L G Rider; Sgt H S Robertson; Cpl A W Rogers; Sgt E G Rowe; Mne J S Smallman; Sgt J T R Smith; Capt B J Teague; Mne T Vardy MM; Lieut D J Wearing; Mne A V Wheeler; Cpl J Whittaker; Mne H Wilson; L/Cpl H Seymour, 10 1A Cdo; Sgt E R Villiers, 10 1A Cdo; Mne K Livsey
47 RM Commando memorial_part 11944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyTo the everlasting memory of the men of 47 Royal Marine Commando who gave their lives in the liberation of Europe 1944-1945, Port-en-Bessin, Sallenelles, Sannerville/Dozele, Walcheran, Kapelsche Veer. Lt I W Adam; LCpl H Andrews; Mne R E Ansel; Mne V Ashcroft; Mne, C Bainbridge; Mne G H Baxter; Mne H Bedworth; Sgt E E Bee; Lt F Borne; Sgt, A J Bradley; Mne E T L Breach; Sgt R H Brehme; Cpl J Buchanan; Mne K C Bunyan; Mne A V Cable; Mne A Carter; LCpl J H Catts; Mne D J Clark;
47 RM Commando memorial_part 21944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyMne J W Collins; Capt T F Cousins; LCpl E N David; Mne A S Davies; Mne W N Davies; Mne J E Day; Mne M Derrick; Mne A Duke; Mne C Dutton; Cpl F J Dyke; Mne C Evans; Cpl E Evans; Mne J E M Evans; Mne J Fawcett; Major J R Feacy; Mne D Fee; Mne P B Fallows; Mne C J Fewtrell; Mne J Flaherty; Mne J Flannaghan; Mne A Fleet; Sgt T P Fletcher; LCpl W R D Fletcher; Sgt E Fuller (101A Cdo)l Lt M C Gardener; Mne M H Goude;
47 RM Commando memorial_part 31944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyMne S Greenhalgh; Mne J H Griffiths; LCpl M H Grimsdell; Mne A W Guymer; Lt N A W Hayward; Mne R L Hubbard; Sgt D Hughes; Cpl A A Jenkins; Cpl N Jones; Mne J Kemp; Mne W C G Kinlock; LCpl E G Lawton; Mne A Longden; Mne J Lumsden; Mne D F McGregor; Mne N S Maud; Mne G W F Mills; CSgt C N Morley; Mne J Muir; LCpl F Nicholl; Mne G Norie; Mne B Oates; Mne K G Patey; Mne H Payne; Mne R A Petit; CSM H H Plank; Mne B C H Pry; Sgt J E Puddick;
47 RM Commando memorial_part 41944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneySgt R F Rackham; Mne W Redman; Mne B C V W Reynolds; Cpl C S Ripiner; Cpl G Robertson; Mne C Rowlinson; Mne W D Sambrook; Mne F L Scott; Mne B G Smith; Mne T W C Smith; CSM W J C Spear; Capt B J Stickling; Mne W C Stovell; Mne E J Sweene; Mne - Y Tatton; Cpl K Teed; Mne A G M Thatcher; LCpl W Towle; Mne A F P Tull; Mne D A Tullett; Mne A Turner; Mne S H R Turner; Major W J Tyndale-Biscoe; Cpl J Unsworth;
47 RM Commando memorial_part 51944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyMne J C Walker; Mne R Walker; Major D H Walton MC; Mne L T Waygood; Sgt R E Webb; Mne R H Webb; Cpl E G Webster (101 Cdo); Lt G B Whittaker; Mne R M Wilkinson; Mne R Wiliams; Mne G M Wilson; Mne J V Withington; LCpl R Young; Mne R Zammit
48 Commando RM Memorial48 Commando RM1944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyFor the lists of named RMs see; 48 Commando RM memorial_names A-C, D-J, L-S and RAMC (attached)In everlasting memory of those serving in 48 Royal Marine Commando who gave their lives in the liberation of North West Europe 6 June 1944 to 8 May 1945. Unveiled on 7.9.97 by Captain T G Linnell RM (S Tp 48 Cdo RM).
48 Commando RM memorial_names A-D48 Commando RM1944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneySee 48 Commando RM memorial for main photo and dedicationSgt D Amato; LCpl F Appleyard (MM); Mne W G Bean; Sgt T R Bishop; Mne W Boardman; Mne A G Botley; Mne F E D Bourne; Mne N Burgess; Mne J M Burke; Sgt J Cappleman; Mne H Clark; Mne A D Coleman; Lieut P S Collins (MC); Mne C G L Conner; Mne R Coulson; Sgt W K Coulter; Lieut E G Curtis; Sgt A D Davis; Maj D R De Stacpoole; Mne F J Dewhurst; Mne J Dorman;
48 Commando RM memorial_names E-L48 Commando RM1944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneySee 48 Commando RM memorial for main photo and dedicationMne G Edwards; Lieut W H England; Mne W T G Fereday; Mne M Findlay; L Cpl D Fogg; Mne W H Ford; Mne A T Fox; Mne W Fox; Mne R M Gibbs; Capt N H Godkin (MBE); Mne T G Gosling; Mne L J Haines; Mne L J A Hall; Mne T Hall; Mne S Hedley; Mne H J Hills; Cpl A Hilton; Mne E J Hoskins; Mne H Hughes; Mne C H Humphries; Sgt E A Jehu; Mne A G Johnson; Mne C S Johnson; Mne K J Jordan; Mne J Mc C K Lamb; L Cpl J T Larkin; Cpl J E Law; Mne R J Lee; Capt F C L Lennard; Lieut C B Lindrea;
48 Commando RM memorial_Names M-S48 Commando RM1944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneySee 48 Commando RM memorial for main photo and dedicationMne J McArthur; Mne G McCain; Capt R G Mackenzie,(MC); Mne J McLaughlin; Mne A J Mee; Cpl A R Moss; Cpl B O'Boyle; Sgt H Peace; Capt J L Perry; Mne J J Polley; Cpl A Poole; Mne F Potter; Mne H Pugh; Mne J A Reeves; Mne S Richardson; Lieut F R Rigby; Mne D H G Rule; Mne W C Sage; Mne L A Samwell; Mne C C Savage; Mne P D Shears; Cpl E Shrigley; Sgt E J Silk; L Cpl H Simpson; Mne T Simpson;
48 Commando RM memorial_names S-Y plus RAMC (Attached)48 Commando RM1944-1945United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneySee 48 Commando RM memorial for main photo and dedicationMne C Skelland; Mne R G Spruce; Mne J E Stanley; Mne K W Stephens; Mne C E Stephens; Mne C E Stevens; Sgt D H Stevenson; Cpl T Steventon; Mne J Stewart; Mne F E Sturmey;Cpl J A Tavolier; Mne R W Taylor; Mne P G Titmuss; Cpl L Upton; Mne N F Wall; Mne G Wardle; Mne C J Ware; Mne A A White; Mne R D Whitney; Mne C J Williams; Cpl D G Wise; Mne B Woodbine; Lieut T D Yates. Attached (RAMC); Pte W J Branch; Pte W Brown; L Cpl W H Wilkinson; Lieut D M deR Winser (MC);
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.
Acheux CemeteryFranceNear Albert
Achiet le Grand Cemetery MemorialFranceNear Albert, The Somme
Adanec Cemetery MemorialFranceThe Somme
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.
AIF Cemetery MemorialFranceThe Somme
All Saints Church, Wakes Colne, Nr ColchesterRoyal MarinesUKWakes Colne
Alverstoke St Marys Memorial A-F1914-1918United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Alverstoke, HantsPte Abraham Harim Brewerton, RMLI, PO/16598; Bugler Philip Osborn Bullen, RMLI, PO/17035; Bugler Albert Henry Burridge, RMLI, PO/16789; Pte Henry James Churcher, RMLI, PO/16556; Pte Everard Everitt, RMLI, PO/14728; Pte William John Fox, RMLI, PO/4246 (RMR/B/433)To the Glory of God and to the honour of those whose names are here recorded who fell in The Great War 1914-1918. Includes: Abraham Brewerton; Philip Bullen; Albert Burridge; Henry Churcher; Everard Everitt; William Fox
Alverstoke St Marys Memorial H-L1914-1918United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Alverstoke, HantsCpl Sydney Joseph Higgs, RMLI, PO/14259; 2nd Lieut William Jaques, 1st RM Bn, RN Div; Capt Valentine H S Jones, 1st RM Bn, RN Div, buried in the churchyard; Sgt Harry Frederic Lovett, RMLI, PO/14482; Philip Lydsell (not Lynsell), RMLI, PO/12672; Capt Vere Duncombe Loxley, RMLI, 1st RM Bn, RN DivTo the Glory of God and to the honour of those whose names are here recorded who fell in The Great War 1914-1918. Includes: Sidney Higgs; William Jaques; Valentine Jones; Harry Lovett; Philip Lynsell; Vere Loxley
Alverstoke St Marys Memorial P-W1914-1918United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Alverstoke, HantsPte Edward Palmer, RMLI, PO/10910; Pte William Francis Regan, RMLI, PO/14091; Pte Ernest James Sellex, RMLI, PO/16559; Pte Herbert Tucker, RMLI, PO/11720; Pte Charles A Wilson, RMLI, PO/14328; Sgt Henry Albert Witts, RMLI, PO/15633 To the Glory of God and to the honour of those whose names are here recorded who fell in The Great War 1914-1918. Includes: Edward Palmer; William Regan; Ernest Sellex; Herbert Tucker; Charles Wilson; Henry Witts.
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
Ampfield St Marks Plaque1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Mark's Church, Ampfield, HantsPte Leonard Vivian Douglas Waygood, RMA/16687 In memory of the men of Ampfield who gave their lives in two world wars. Includes: WW1: Leonard Waygood
Ampfield Village Cross1914-1918United KingdomAmpfield, HantsPte Leonard Vivian Douglas Waygood, RMA/16687For God King and Country. To the memory of the men of Ampfield who fell in the Great War 1914-1918. Praise be to God who giveth us the victory. Erected January 1920 by the Parishioners of Ampfield. Includes: Leonard Waygood.
Ancre CemeteryFranceNear Albert, The Somme
Anneux British Cemetery MemorialFrance
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
Athies Communal Cemetery MemorialFranceThe Somme
Aveluy Communal Cemetery FranceThe Somme
Aveluy Wood Cemetery MemorialFranceThe Somme
Bagneux British Cemetery MemorialFrance
Bailleul Road Cemetery East MemorialFranceThe Somme
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)
Beaulieu Memorial1914-1918United KingdomOutside Abbey Church, Beaulieu, HantsLieut Stanton Degge Wilmot-Sitwell, Victory RM Bde, killed in operations in the Dardenelles 14 Jul 1915Includes: Stanton Degge Wilmot-Sitwell, Lieut, RMLI
Bedhampton St Thomas Plaque1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Thomas the Apostle Church, Bedhampton, HantsWW1: Col Sgt Llewellyn George Edwin Cole, RMLI, PO/8812; WW2: Marine Rex George, RM, PO/X113288WW1: To the Glory of God and in grateful memory of those from this parish who laid down their lives in the Great War 1914-1918. Includes: Col Sergt L G E Cole, RMLI. WW2: And of those who laid down their lives in the Second World War. Includes: Marine R George, RM Comdos.
Benerville (1), FranceRM Armoured Support GroupFranceBenerville
Benerville (2), FranceRM Armoured Support GroupFranceBenerville
Berlin 1939-1945 Cemetery MemorialGermanyBerlin
Beuzeville, France46 Commando RMFranceBeuzevilleNamed in honour of 46 Commando RM - Avenue du 46 Royal Marine Commando, Beuzeville, France.
Bishop's Waltham Cross1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Peter's Church, Bishop's Waltham, HantsWW1: Frederick Charles Andrews, RMA/10303, HMS Princess Royal, died 31 May 1916; George Lovell, RMA/11884, HMS Indefatigable, died 31 May 1916; Edwin Albert Barfoot, PO/14966, HMS Queen Mary, died 31 May 1916. WW2: Musician Albert Edward William Field, RM Band, RMB/X 493, HMS Trinidad, died 29 Mar 1942; Mne Harry Gomer, RM, PO/216871, HMS Hood, died 24 May 1941The Great Wars, 1914 - 1919, They Died That We Might Live - 1939 - 1945. Includes: WW1: F C Andrews; G Lovell; E A Barfoot. WW2: A E W Field; H Gomer
Bishop's Waltham St Peters_RoH1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Peter's Church, Bishop's Waltham, HantsWW1: Frederick Charles Andrews, RMA/10303HMS Princess Royal, died 31 May 1916; George Lovell, RMA/11884, HMS Indefatigable, died 31 May 1916; Edwin Albert Barfoot, PO/14966, HMS Queen Mary, died 31 May 1916. WW2: Musician Albert Edward William Field, RM Band, RMB/X 493, HMS Trnidad, died 29 Mar 1942; Mne Harry Gomer, RM, PO/216871, HMS Hood, died 24 May 1941.Includes: WW1: F C Andrews; G Lovell; E A Barfoot. WW2: A E W Field; H Gomer
Bishopstoke Millenium Memorial1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomOutside the Memorial Hall, Bishopstoke, Hants.WW1: Probably Pte Samuel James Jordan, RML, PO/12402In Grateful Memory of those Bishopstoke Villagers who Valiantly gave their lives in Two World Wars, 1914-1918, 1939-1945. Includes WW1: Samuel Jordan. WW2: None
Bitterne Holy Saviour Memorial WW11914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomChurch of the Holy Saviour, Bitterne, Southampton, HantsPte John Harrison, RMLI, PO/6508 (RMR/B/914). No RMs on the WW2 memorial.Erected by the worshippers of this Church to the Glory of God and in memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives in the Great War, 1914-1919. Includes: J Harrison
Blendworth Holy Trinity Memorial WW21939-1945United KingdomHoly Saviour Church, Blendworth, Horndean, HantsMne Henry Roy Cresswell, PO/X 1856. Additional tablet to the WW1 plaque (no RMs) Also in gratefull memory of Henry Roy Cresswell, Alfred Peter De Pass, Raymond Miller, Ernest Edwin Smith. The 1939-1945 War.
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsThe Memorial comprises the Illustrated Book of Remembrance listing the 1,415 crew who died, the stained glass window above the main entrance in the porch, two wooden benches and two Vice Admiral's lanterns in the porch, eleven kneelers in the North Chapel. Subsequent additions include the oil painting of HMS Hood donated by artist Montagu Dawson in 1972, a display cabinet containing models of Hood and Bismarck, and the artists original moulding of the plaque laid on the wreck of HMS Hood in 2001.
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial A-Ba24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne Frederick Abbott, PO/X 4821; Mne Wallace A Ablett, PO/X 328; Musician Frank P Adams, RMB/X 546; Cpl Keith H Adams, PO/X 2029; Mne John G Allen, PO/X 2182; Mne George Allott, PO/22532; Sgt Walter C Ambridge, PO/22128; Mne Frederick W Bailey, PO/18832; Mne William H Barringer, PO/X 4223; Mne Jack Basstone, PO/X 100574; Mne Leonard A Bates, PO/X 1561
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial Be-Bu24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne Alan Beard, PO/X 3360; Mne Ernest Bennett, PO/X 3432; Mne Alfred A Bocutt, PO/21632; Mne Norman Beneham, PO/X 4228; Cpl William H Brand, PO/X 1776; Mne Clarence V Britton, PO/X 100335; Mne Terrence L Brooks, PO/X 4275; Mne Arthur Brown, PO/21742; Mne Henry W Bullock; PO/X 546; Mne Robert H Burkin, CH/X 692
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial C-Col24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne Herbert R Cann, PO/22722; Mne Arthur J Capstick, PO/X 3816; Mne Robert S Carpenter, PO/X 3508; Mne Robert J W Carter, PO/X 4247; Capt Thomas D Cartwright, RM; Ty/Cpl Henry S Chamberlain, PO/X 3393; Mne Leonard A Clark, PO/X 100046; Mne Robert G Clark, PO/X 3361; Mne Thomas E Cogger, PO/21115; Mne George D Cole, PO/X 100756; Mne William G Cole, PO/X 1844; Mne Dennis J Coleman, PO/X 101102
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial Coo-Di24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Sgt Gerald E Coombes, PO/X 22638; Mne John Cooper, PO/X 3432; Musician John Coulson, RMB/X 60; Musician Alfred E J Crawte, RMB/X 1037; Mne Henry R Cresswell, PO/X 1856; Cpl Albert T Cuthbert, PO/X 1848; Lieut Horace D Davies, RM; Boy Bugler Kenneth J Davies, PO/X 4687; Mne Herbert A Davis, PO/19475; Mne Frederick J Day, PO/X 4017; Musician Nelson L Dear, RMB/3013; Musician Archie A J Discombe, RMB/X 528
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial Du-Gom24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne Graham G Dunnell, PO/X 3868; Mne Walter C Eastwood, PO/22420; Mne Melville Edwards, PO/X 4154; Musician Lawrence A Emery, RMB/3064; Mne Clifford Farrar, PO/X 3163; Mne Henry J Fenner, PO/X 3495; Mne George Fotheringham, PO/X 1639; Musician Robert H Fowler, RMB/X 313; Mne Thomas Gibson, PO/X 1764; Mne Joseph Gillan, PO/X 3429; Cpl James E Gledhill, PO/X 1814; Mne Harry Gomer, PO/216871
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial Goo-Ha24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne Bernard E C Good, PO/X 1852; Col Sgt John M Gough, PO/216779; Mne Benjamin L Green, PO/X 3394; Mne John Gregory, PO/X 3365; Mne Charles A Griffin, PO/X 3811; Musician Stedman B Groves, RMB/X 505; Band Boy Alan Guest, RMB/X 1108; Sgt Edward G Haeger, PO/21804; Mne Thomas Hall, PO/X 2844; Lieut Desmond S R Harris, RM; Mne James H Harris, PO/X 428; Mne William H Hatherill, PO/21992
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial He-Hum24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne William Hendry, PO/X 4894; Mne Eric D Hermon, PO/X 100265; Band Master 1st Class Maurice H E Herod, RMB/2826; Ty/Cpl Francis H F Hibbs, PO/X 205; Mne Eric J R Hill, PO/X 3870; Mne Frederick J Hiscock, PO/X 1849; Mne Charles Holland, PO/22490; Mne Robert G W Howie, PO/X 3503 (served as Robert G Watson); Mne Gordon Hows, PO/X 3426; Mne William F Hughes, PO/X 1816; Mne William Humphreys, PO/X 3815
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial Hun-Loc24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne John A C Hunns, PO/X 3363; Ty Sgt Ernest S Huntington, PO/X 1288; Mne George S Jackson, PO/X 3337; Mne Thomas John , PO/X 3481; Mne Alfred E Julier, Ch/22942; Mne Arthur W Keith, PO/X 3863; Mne Albert S Kersley, PO/22368; Mne Russell G Kirk, PO/X 3421; Mne Henry Lacock, PO/X 22631; Mne Sidney G Layton, PO/X 3392; Mne John S L Levack, PO/X 4826; Mne Robert H Lock, PO/X 4804
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial Lon-M24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Sgt Reginald J C London, PO/X 911; Musician George H Long, RMB/X 975; Maj Heaton Lumley, RM; Mne Richard A Manser, PO/X 100888; Mne Percy G Marsh, PO/22660; Sgt William Ralph Martin, PO/X 1264; Ty Sgt Walter E McFadyen, PO/X 859; Mne Ernest G McQuade, PO/X 3494; Mne Ronald S Miles, PO/X 3074; Mne Montague D Mills, PO/X 3424; Mne Albert H Morgan, PO/X 3391; Mne Ronald Morgan, PO/X 3386; Mne Frederick C Murray, PO/X 3864
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial N-Poa24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne Robert S Neale, PO/22454; Mne Alexander Noble, PO/X 3496; Mne Walter J Orrell, PO/X 100578; Mne James A Palmer, PO/X 3487; Ty Sgt Reginald W Palmer, PO/X 1063; Mne Denzil S Peace, PO/X 3427; Mne William G Perkins, PO/X 3390; Mne Leonard Perry, PO/21963; Mne Robert D Pierce, PO/X 4141; Musician William A Pike, RMB/X 738; Mne Edwin Plant, PO/X 1788; Mne Reginald J Poar, PO/215898
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial Por-R24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne Frederick A Porter, PO/19699; Musician Reginald J Porter, RMB/3040; Mne Albert W C Pratt, PO/X 1400; Mne Stanley R Randall, PO/X 3871; Cpl Hector L Reed, PO/1682; Mne Samuel J Rodley, PO/X 3967; Mne Henry C Rosenthal, PO/X 4273; Mne Stanley G S Rowe, PO/X 4837; Mne Daniel J Rowlands, PO/X 3490; Mne Arthur F Rundle, PO/X 3358; Mne Frederick E Runnacles, PO/X 3420; Musician David L Russell, RMB/X 1450
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial S24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne Edward R Sadler, PO/X 3890; Ty Cpl Albert Saunders, PO/X 1501; Mne Robert C Scott, PO/X 1245; Mne Gilbert W Sewell, PO/22568; Mne Maurice H Shadbolt, PO/X 3800; Mne Benjamin T Smith, PO/X 1564; Mne George A Snook, PO/X 2073; Mne Thomas E Southgate, PO/X 3799; Mne Ernest Sparkes, PO/X 3911; Mne John H Steptoe, PO/X 4879; Mne George H P Stoddard, PO/X 1276; Mne Douglas H Stubbings, PO/X 100028
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial T-Wa24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne Albert E Tapsell, PO/X 3874; Musician David R Tawney, RMB/X 568; Mne Lewis J Taylor, PO/X 541; Musician Reginald L Taylor, RMB/3087; Mne Charles Telford, PO/X 3647; Mne Joseph Thorpe, PO/X 3187; Mne Leslie B Toogood, PO/X 4878; Mne Albert E Viney, PO/21511; Mne Michael H S J Wallis, PO/X 4834; Mne Clifford Walton, PO/22215; Mne Donald Warren, PO/X 100275
Boldre HMS Hood Memorial We-Y24 May 1941United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Boldre, HantsBook of Remembrance includes: Mne Arthur Wearn, PO/X 1941; Mne Henry Edward Weaver, PO/X 3923; Mne Sidney Charles Theobald Welch, PO/X 3501; Cpl Philip Joseph Wells, PO/X 1645; Mne Harry White, PO/X 4215; Sgt Reginald Charles Whitehead, PO/X 1038; Mne Herbert Willias, PO/X 4881; Mne Jack Edward Wishart, PO/X 3489; Band Cpl Sydney George Worsfold, RMB/2854; Mne Jeffrey Alfred Wyatt, PO/X 2560; Boy Bugler Percy Alfred Young, PO/X 3413; Mne Albert Younger, PO/X 3813;
Boldre St John Plaque1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt John the Baptist Churchyard, Boldre, HantsGnr Percy Samuel Wheeler, RMA/13598, Invalided from Hasler Hospital 13 Jun 1917 To the Glory of God and in undying memory of the Men of This Parish who laid down their lives in The Great War 1914-1919 Pro Patria. Includes: WW1, Gnr P S Wheeler, RMA
Boldre War Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt John the Baptist Churchyard, Boldre, HantsGnr Percy Samuel Wheeler, RMA/13598, Invalided from Hasler Hospital 13 Jun 1917Jesu Mercy - In memoriam 1914-1918 - "Their name liveth for evermore" Includes: WW1, Gnr P S Wheeler, RMA
Bosham Village Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomBosham, West SussexPercy Gardner, Sgt, PO/15628, 1st Btn RN Div, KIA 4 May 1917; Leonard William Cook, Musician, RMB/X 67, HMS Glorious RM Band, KIA 8 Jun 1940; Thomas Stubbington, Mne, PO/X 21141, HMS Manchester, died 7 Jun 1940WW1: Built by their comrades to the men of Bosham who died for England, 1914-1918. Includes: Percy Gardner. WW2: 1939-1945. Includes: Leonard W Cook, Thomas Stubbington
Botley All Saints Roll of Honour1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomAll Saints Church, Botley, HantsPte George Henry Aslett, RMLI, PLY/1662(S)Botley, Names of the Fallen, 1914-1918. Includes: WW1, G H Aslett
Botley Memorial Cross1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomAll Saints Churchyard, Botley, HantsPte George Henry Aslett, RMLI, PLY/1662(S)Sacred to the memory of the men of this parish of all ranks and branches of the services who gave their lives for their country in the Geat War, 1914-1919, Greater love hath no man this, that he gave his life for his friends. And in the World War 1939-1945. Includes: WW1: George H Aslett
Bouzincourt Communal Cemetery MemorialFranceThe Somme
Bradninch War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Bradninch War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonDeal 2540 (S) Pte Stanley Elliott
Brie British Cemetery MemorialFranceBrie
Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial1917-1918United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyFor the four inscriptions see: Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial _bottom, _left, _right and _back
Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial_back1917-1918United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyFor the inscriptions on the other three sides see: Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial _bottom _left and _rightSpecially promoted Lieutenant Colonel for distinguished service 25th Oct 1917; awarded CB Military Division 3rd June 1918; Four times mentioned in despatches, twice wounded, This memorial was erected by his comrades of all ranks in the Royal Marines Artillery and by the officers and men of the Divisions of the Army with which he served in France and Belgium.
Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial_bottom1917-1918United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyFor the inscriptions on the other three sides see: Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial _left, _right and _backBrigadier General F W Lumsden VC, CB, DSO, Royal Marine Artillery. Born 14th Dec 1871. Killed inaction 4th June 1918. L F Roslyn RB, Sculptor, London.
Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial_left1917-1918United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyFor the inscriptions on the other three sides see: Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial _bottom, _right and _backDistinguished Service Order, 1st an 1917; 1st Bar to DSO, 11 May 1917; 2nd Bar to DSO, 11 May 1917; 3rd Bar to DSO 22nd Apl 1918. Belgian Croix de Guerre, 13th Sept 1918; Awarded for acts of Conspicuous Gallantry and Devotion to Duty.
Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial_right1917-1918United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyFor the inscriptions on the other three sides see: Brigadier General F W Lumsden VC CB DSO+3bars memorial _bottom, _left, and _backVictoria Cross, 8th June 1917, awarded for Conspicuous Bravery Determination and devotion to duty in bringing in six captured Enemy's guns under very heavy fire.
Brigadier General Frederick William Lumsden, VC CB DSO+3 bars mosaics (1)4 June 1918United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsThese two mosaics were part of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and these and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these mosaics still exist behind internal walling.In Memory of Brigadier General Frederick William Lumsden VC, CB, DSO+3bars, Belgian Croix de Guerre, Royal Marine Artillery. Killed in action in France, 4th June 1918, aged 46 years. His (honours gained during) the last
Brigadier General Frederick William Lumsden, VC CB DSO+3 bars mosaics (2)4 June 1918United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsThese two mosaics were part of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and these and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these mosaics still exist behind internal walling.year of his life were won over and over again every day, he was an outstanding example to all. Erected by his comrades of all services to commemorate a career of exceptional gallantry
Brockenhurst Methodist Plaque1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomMethodist Church, Brockenhurst, HantsWW1: Pte E H H Field, RMLI, PO/18112. No WW2 RMs. In loving memory of the young men of this Church who laid down their lives in the two World Wars. Their memory liveth ever. WW1: Includes: Field E H H
Brockenhurst St Nicholas Roll of Honour1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Nicholas Church, Brockenhurst, HantsPte William Charles Stride, PO/14254For God King & Country. Greater love hath no man than this. The men of Brockenhurst who fell in the two World Wars 1914-1918, 1939-1945, Roll of Honour - The heroic Dead. Includes: William Stride
Brockenhurst Village Memorial1914-1918United KingdomSway Road, Brockenhurst, HantsPte William Charles Stride, PO/14254To our glorious dead - In ever grateful memory of the men of Brockenhurst who gave their lives for their country during the Great War 1914-1918. Includes: William Stride
Brompton War MemorialUKGillingham
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
Bucquoy Road Cemetery MemorialFranceBucquoy, The Somme
Bucquoy Road Communal Cemetery Extension MemorialFranceBucquoy, The Somme
Bugler Edward Alexander HardingRoyal Marine Artillery1903-1918United KingdomSt John's RC Cathedral, PortsmouthHe is buried in the Edinburgh (Seafield) cemeteryTo the Glory of God and in memory of Bugler Edward Alexander Harding, Royal Marine Artillery, Died May 8th 1918 aged 15 years, RIP, Erected by his shipmates of HMS Colossuss, 4th Battle Squadron, Grand Fleet
Buriton St Marys Cross1914-1918United KingdomOpposite St Mary the Virgin Church, Buriton, HantsPte George Treagus, RMLI, PO/14656; Gnr Tom Hill, RMA/8162In proud and grateful memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives in the Great Wars 1914-1919 & 1939-1945. Includes: WW1: George Treagus; Tom Hill
Buriton St Marys plaque1914-1918United KingdomSt Mary the Virgin Church, Buriton, HantsPte George Treagus, RMLI, PO/14656; Gnr Tom Hill, RMA/8162To the Glory of God and in honoured memory of the men of the parish of Buriton who fell in the Great War 1914-1919. Includes: George Treagus; Tom Hill
Buriton St Marys Roll of Honour1914-1918United KingdomLocation unknownPte George Treagus, RMLI, PO/14656; Gnr Tom Hill, RMA/8162. Present location unknown, believed to be in private hands (July 2021).Roll of honour for the dead, "Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends". Includes: George Treagus, RMA; Thomas Hill, RMA
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.
Cabaret Rouge Cemetery Souchez MemorialFranceNear Albert, The Somme
Cambrai East Military Cemetery
Canada - Lake ChaplainRMLICanadaFort LennoxCanada 1776-1777 & 1812-1814
Canadian No.2 CemeteryFranceVimy
Capt Stanley George Kemp43 Commando Royal MarinesUnited KingdomUnknownWine Cruet. Recorded in the RM Museum photo album of the memorials and plaques in St Andrew's Church but its whereabouts following the closure of St Andrew's is unknownin mem Capt Stanley Kemp
Captain Arthur Frederick SalkeldUnited KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.In memory of Arthur Frederick Salkeld, late Captain Royal Marine Artillery, this stall was given by his comrades, 1912
Captain Bartholomew Chaundy gravestone30 November 1777United KingdomNMRN StoreThe true origin of this grave stone is at present unknown. It was situated in the bank under the hedge in front of the old Museum at Eastney before being removed to an indoor store some years ago. Underneath are deposited the remains of Bartholomew Chaundry Esq Captain in the Marine Service, a brave officer, an affectionate husband a tender parent and a sincere friend. He died on the 30th day of November 1777. Aged 50
Captain Charles James Kinsman plaqueHMS Bellerophon24 December 1873United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998Sacred to the memory of Charles James Kinsman Captain RMA, Died on Christmas Eve 1873 at Bermuda when serving in HMS Bellerophon, aged 34, "What I do thou knowest not now thou shalt know hereafter
Captain Charles William Holloway MBE plaque9 November 1968United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.In memory of Captain Charles William Holloway MBE RM, served Royal Marines from 2nd July 1928 to 10th December 1963. Died 9th November 1968. Called to higher service.
Captain David Richard Clarke BEM plaque13 January 1965United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the entrance of St Christopher's Chapel at the Royal Marines Barracks, Durnford Street, Stonehouse, PlymouthIn proud and loving memory of Captain David Richard Clarke BEM RM who died so suddenly nearby, 13th January 1965, aged 47 years. A true sportsman and gentleman
Captain Frederick Graham Crick mosaicHMS Temeraire9 June 1913United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsPart of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that this mosaic still exists behind internal walling.In memory of Frederick Graham Crick Captain Royal Marine Artillery who was drowned when serving in HMS Temeraire, 9th June 1913, aged 31 years. Erected by his brother officers
Captain Frederick Napier Templer plaque9 February 1896United KingdomNMRN StoreHe was on twelve months sick leave to try to recover from tuberculosis but died in Bloemfontein. Originally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of Capt F N Templer, Royal Marine Artillery, Born 5 August 1865, Died 9 February 1896, erected by his brother officers
Captain Horace Cullimore plaque15 February 1915SingaporeSt Andrew's CathedralPhoto by kind permission of Martin Edwards www.roll-of-honour.comIn memory of Captain & 2nd in Command, Horace Cullimore, Staff - Jubilee Military Forces, Late Royal Marine Artillery, Born 11 November 1869, Killed at Tanglin 15 Feby 1915, Erected by the Sergeants Mess RM Artillery
Captain Humphrey Weston Spurway, HMS Royal Sovereign monument (1)HMS Royal Sovereign9 November 1901United KingdomVictoria Park, PortsmouthErected by the officers and men in memory of those killed in a gun accident on board HMS Royal Sovereign off Platca November 9th 1901 whilst discharging their duty. Capt H W Spurway, RMA. C Primmer Ch Armr; F Osborne, PO 1stCl; L Colbourne, Armr; H Gardner, PO 2nd Cl; C Connor, Ld Seam. Also to those who died during the commission. Mr R E johnston, MD; H J Cuddleyford, MA; W W Mason, AB; R Heard, Ch Sto; C Newman, AB; W Walker, PO 1 TC; D Rundle Sto; A Mitchell, AB; A Jordan, Sto.
Captain Humphrey Weston Spurway, HMS Royal Sovereign monument (2)HMS Royal Sovereign9 November 1901United KingdomVictoria Park, PortsmouthErected by the officers and men in memory of those killed in a gun accident on board HMS Royal Sovereign off Platca November 9th 1901 whilst discharging their duty. Capt H W Spurway, RMA. C Primmer Ch Armr; F Osborne, PO 1stCl; L Colbourne, Armr; H Gardner, PO 2nd Cl; C Connor, Ld Seam. Also to those who died during the commission. Mr R E johnston, MD; H J Cuddleyford, MA; W W Mason, AB; R Heard, Ch Sto; C Newman, AB; W Walker, PO 1 TC; D Rundle Sto; A Mitchell, AB; A Jordan, Sto.
Captain Humphrey Weston Spurway, RMA Church plaqueHMS Royal Sovereign9 November 1901United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of Captain H W Spurway, RMA. Born 1st February 1875. Killed by a gun accident on board HMS Royal Sovereign, 9th November 1901.
Captain John Edward Thomas plaque20 August 1881United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998Virtus invicta gloriosa In memory of Captain John Edward Thomas Royal Marine Artillery, who died 20 August 1881 aged 32 years
Captain John Goldsmith plaque1914-1919United KingdomSt Peter & St Paul Church, Hambledon, HantsTemp/Capt John Goldsmith, 1st RM Btn, RN DivisionIn loving memory of John Goldsmith, Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry elder son of Edward Goldsmith, He gave his life in France, 11 may 1917, aged 34 years, his body lies at Etaples. The lot is cast into the lap but the whole disposing thereof is of the Lord.
Captain Maurice Desmond Quill plaque17 June 1918United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsPart of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that this plaque still exist behind internal walling.Sacred to the perfect memory of Maurice Desmond Quill, Captain Royal Marine Artillery, who, having passed unscathed through nearly four years on active service during the Great War, died June 17th 1918 of injuries following a fall from his horse on parade at Eastney Barracks. Aged 22 years. A most beloved son and brother who was the very light of our eyes.
Captain Montgomery Williams plaque23 August 1916United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.In memory of Montgomery Williams Captain Royal Marine Artillery. Killed in action in France, 23rd August 1916, aged 31 years. Erected by the officers, NCOs and men, No 1 Battery RMA Howitzer Brigade
Captain Richard Archibald Gorges plaqueHMS Captain7 September 1870United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of Capt R A Gorges RMA, aged 30, Lost in the foundering of HMS Captain, Sept 7 1870, RIP, "He shall send down from on high to fetch me, and shall take me out of many waters"
Captain Walter John Whiffin plaqueHMS Goliath28 June 1900United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of Captain W J Whiffin RMA of HMS Goliath, Born 6 October 1865, Died in the Red Sea, 28 June 1900
Captain William Feilding1746-1789United KingdomSt Thomas's Cathedral, PortsmouthNear this place lies interr'd the Body of William Feilding Esq, Captain of Marines, Son of the late Admiral Feilding who died 11th of January 1789, aged 43 years, also Elizabeth Feilding relict of the above Capt Willm Feilding & daughter of John Greenway Esq who died August 29th 1796, aged 48 years.
Caterpillar Valley Cemetery FranceThe Somme
Catherington War Memorial Gate_Hatch1914-1919United KingdomAll Saints Church, Catherington, HantsH Hatch, Pte PO/13052, RMLI, HMS BulwarkIncludes: H Hatch
Catherington War Memorial Gate_Sulivan1914-1919United KingdomAll Saints Church, Catherington, HantsT/Capt George Henry Sulivan, RMLI, 1st RM Bn, RN Div, died 13 Nov 1916, FranceIncludes: G H Sulivan
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.
Chalton St Michael Lychgate1914-1919United KingdomSt Michael All Angels Church, Chalton, HantsPlaque inside lychgate. Pte George Treagus, RMLI, PO/14656May They Rest In Peace. Includes: Pte G Treagus
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
Chatham Stone Panels_1United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyOne of four stone panels from the Royal Marine Barracks at Chatham These beautifully carved panels depicting the Royal Marines Insignia and the 'Foul Anchor' (the badge of the Lord High Admiral), originally adorned the main gate of the Royal Marine Barracks at Chatham in Kent. The stone panels were salvaged and taken to Eastney Barracks eventually becoming part of the Museum collection.
Chatham Stone Panels_2United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyOne of four stone panels from the Royal Marine Barracks at Chatham These beautifully carved panels depicting the Royal Marines Insignia and the 'Foul Anchor' (the badge of the Lord High Admiral), originally adorned the main gate of the Royal Marine Barracks at Chatham in Kent. The stone panels were salvaged and taken to Eastney Barracks eventually becoming part of the Museum collection.
Chatham Stone Panels_3United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyOne of four stone panels from the Royal Marine Barracks at Chatham These beautifully carved panels depicting the Royal Marines Insignia and the 'Foul Anchor' (the badge of the Lord High Admiral), originally adorned the main gate of the Royal Marine Barracks at Chatham in Kent. The stone panels were salvaged and taken to Eastney Barracks eventually becoming part of the Museum collection.
Chatham Stone Panels_4United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyOne of four stone panels from the Royal Marine Barracks at Chatham These beautifully carved panels depicting the Royal Marines Insignia and the 'Foul Anchor' (the badge of the Lord High Admiral), originally adorned the main gate of the Royal Marine Barracks at Chatham in Kent. The stone panels were salvaged and taken to Eastney Barracks eventually becoming part of the Museum collection.
Cheriton Cross1914-1919United KingdomVillage Green, Cheriton, HantsGunner Robert Collis, RMA/114411914-1919 For England, Faithful unto Death. Includes: Robert Collis
Cheriton St Michael Plaque WW11914-1918United KingdomSt Michael & All Angels Church, Cheriton, HantsGunner Robert Collis, RMA/11441To the Glory of God and in proud memory of who fell in the Great War 1914-1918. Includes: Robert Collis.
Chichester War Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomChichester, West SussexGunner Allan Broadbridge, RMA, RMA/10435, HMS Indefatigable, died 31 May 1916; Pte Arthur James Riley, RMA, RMA/14379, Eastney, died 5 Nov 1917; Gunner Arthur James Shell, RMA, RMA/10054, SS Curaca, died 20 Dec 1917; Pte Alfred John Ayling, RMLI, PO/16623, HMS Black Prince, died 31 May 1916; Pte Arthur Bridle, RMLI, PO/10202 (RMR/B/1281), HMS Vicknor, died 13 Jan 1915.In grateful remembrance of the men of Chichester who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1919, 1939-1945. Includes: WW1: Broadbridge, A, RMA; Riley, A J, RMA; Shell, A J, RMA; Ayling A J, RMLI; Bridle, A, RMLI
Chichester War Memorial_RMA_RMLI1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomChichester, West SussexGunner Allan Broadbridge, RMA, RMA/10435, HMS Indefatigable, died 31 May 1916; Pte Arthur James Riley, RMA, RMA/14379, Eastney, died 5 Nov 1917; Gunner Arthur James Shell, RMA, RMA/10054, SS Curaca, died 20 Dec 1917; Pte Alfred John Ayling, RMLI, PO/16623, HMS Black Prince, died 31 May 1916; Pte Arthur Bridle, RMLI, PO/10202 (RMR/B/1281), HMS Vicknor, died 13 Jan 1915.Includes: WW1: Broadbridge, A, RMA; Riley, A J, RMA; Shell, A J, RMA; Ayling A S, RMLI; Bridle, A, RMLI
Chidham St Mary Memorial WW11914-1918United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Chidham, West SussexSgt Charles William Lucking, RMA/7398; Pte Samuel Edgar Lucking, RMLI, PO/13020. To the Glory of God and in memory of the men from this parish who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1918 the side Chapel was restored to its former use. Includes: Sgt Charles Wm Lucking, RMA; Lce Cpl Samuel E Lucking, RMLI; Pte Bertram E H J Porter, RMLI.
Chidham St Mary Memorial WW21939-1945United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Chidham, West Sussex2nd Lieut Eustace Arthur Peter Hillard, RM, died 26 Aug 1940. Buried in Funtingdon Churchyard.1939-1945 In honoured memory of the men of this parish who fell in the Second World War. Includes: Eustace Arthur Peter Hillard
Chilcomb St Andrews plaque1914-1918United KingdomSt Andrew's Church, Chilcomb, HantsPte Elijah Hill, RMLI, PO/1388(S)Chilcomb Roll of Honour. Includes: 1917 - Elijah Hill
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
City of Portsmouth Passenger Transport Roll of Honour1939-1945United KingdomPortsmouth Guildhall, Portsmouth, HantsCity of Portsmouth Passenger Transport Department. Roll of Honour. Includes: H James, Royal Marines
Cockleshell Heroes PlaqueRoyal MarinesUnited KingdomThe Rose Garden, Southsea EsplanadeThis plaque provided by Portsmouth City Council was unveiled by Marine Bill Sparks DSM on 6th July 1992. In the presence of the Lord Mayor of Portsmouth Councillor Jim Patey and the Chairman of the Leisure Committee Councillor Syd Rapson BEM, to mark the 50th Anniversary of this site which was used as a training base for the Royal Marine Boom Patrol Detachment, formed on 6th July 1942. This secret unit trained on the Solent for raids by canoe (Cockles) on Europe. The most famous raid was made on German shipMaj H Hasler OBE DSO RM; Mne W Sparks DSM; Cpl A Laver; Mne W Mills; Cpl G Sheard; Lt J Mackinnon RM; Mne J Conway; Sgt S Wallace; Mne R Ewart; Mne D Moffat. See Notes for preceding inscription.
Colden Common Holy Trinity plaque WW11914-1918United KingdomHoly Trinity Church, Colden Common, HantsPte Ernest Albert Pitters, RMLI, PO/8385In memoriam - The Great War 1914-1918 - Faithfull Unto Death. Includes: Ernest Pitters, HMS Vicknor
Colden Common Holy Trinity plaque WW21939-1945United KingdomHoly Trinity Church, Colden Common, HantsMne Arthur Charles Beechy, RM, PO/X 2388In Memoriam - Second World War 1939-1945, Faithfull Unto Death. Includes: Arthur C Beechy, Royal Marines
Colnel Charles Lanyon OwenRoyal Marine Light InfantryUnited KingdomSt Jude's Church, PortsmouthSacred to the memory of Colonel Charles Lanyon Owen Royal Marine Light Infantry, for 39 years. A Magistrate for Portsmouth, died November 29th 1914. Resurgam. This tablet is placed in loving remembrance by his wife and children.
Colonel George Stephen Digby CB plaque19 March 1877United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of Colonel George Stephen Digby, Commandant Royal Marine Artillery, Companion of the Bath, Knight of the Legion of Honour and of the Mejidie, who after a distinguished career died on 19 March AD 1877 aged 55 years. This memorial is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their affectionate esteem
Colonel William Davis Welch plaque18 May 1891United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of Colonel William Davis Welch 2nd Commandant Royal Marine Artillery who died at Eastney May 18th 1891. Erected by his widow and children.
Colour Sergeant Harry ColemanRMLI (CH/10174)26 October 1969United KingdomUnknownWater Cruet. Recorded in the RM Museum photo album of the memorials and plaques in St Andrew's Church but its whereabouts following the closure of St Andrew's is unknown. in mem H Coleman
Commonwealth War Memorial, Pusan ( 1 )Royal MarinesSouth KoreaPusanMemorial located Pusan, South Korea
Connaught Cemetery, The Somme (1)FranceThe Somme
Connaught Cemetery, The Somme (2)FranceThe Somme
Contay Cemetery, France
Copythorne Memorial1914-1918United KingdomOutside St Mary's Churchyard, Copythorne, HantsNo trace of a C Effemy nor Charles Effery as recorded on the plaque inside the Church. Probably the Rupert S Effemy on the Netley Marsh memorial.In Proud and Loving memory of those of this Parish who Fell in the Great War 1914-1919. Includes: C Effemy, RMA
Corporal Arthur Wall plaqueHMS Implaccable11 November 1902United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of Corporal Arthur Wall, Royal Marine Artillery, who lost his life in a boat accident at Genoa on 11 November 1902 while serving in HMS Implaccable. Erected by his shipmates in affectionate remembrance
Crinoline Church Memorial SundialCirca 1875United KingdomTeapot Row, Eastney, residents gardenOriginally situated in the centre of the plot on which the RMA Church was situated from 1867-1912. It was moved to the residents' gardens when the area was developed for housing in the 1970s. Recent research (The Crinoline Church, RMHS SP44, 2016) has revealed that the story linking the Church to the Crimea is false.This sundial marks the site of the old "Crinoline" church which was built as a hospital for the Crimea. After being brought to England it was puchased by the Admiralty, erected at Eastney and accomodated 800. In 1905 the church of St Andrew's took its place.
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
Delsaux Farm MemorialFrance
Denain Communal Cemetery & MemorialFrance
Denmead Church memorial_WW11914-1919United KingdomAll Saint's Church, Denmead, HantsDavid Tilbury, Gunner RMA/5982 (RMR/B/548), HMS Hogue. See separate plaque.In memoriam. Includes: David Tilbury
Denmead Hall Memorial_WW11914-1919United KingdomDenmead Memorial Hall, Denmead, HantsDavid Tilbury, Gunner RMA/5982 (RMR/B/548), HMS Hogue. In memoriam 1914-1919. Includes: David Tilbury. See separate plaque
Denmead Village Memorial1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomVillage Green, Denmead, HantsGnr David Tilbury, RMA/5982 (RMR/B/548). No WW2 RMsThis memorial is dedicated to those from Denmead who died in service of their Country and is a record of our gratitude. Includes: WW1: David Tilbury
DernancourtFrance
Dobwalls War MemorialRMUKCornwallPly/x103925 Sgt Edward G Rowe
Douchy Les Ayette British Cemetery MemorialFrancePas de Calais
Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension 1 Memorial France
Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension 2 Memorial France
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
Droxford Memorial WW11914-1919United KingdomSt Mary & All Saints Church, Droxford, HantsT/Capt George Henry Sulivan, RMLI, 1st RM Bn, RN Div, died 13 Nov 1916, France; Pte William Hall, RMLI, PO/295/S, Potsmouth Btn, RN Div, died 6 May 1915, GallipoliTo the Glory of God and in grateful remembrance of men connected with this parish who died in the war 1914-1918. Includes: T/Capt G H Sulivan, RMLI; Private W Hall, RMLI
Droxford Memorial WW21939-1945United KingdomSt Mary & All Saints Church, Droxford, HantsMne Charles Dennis Pearce, PO/X 3873, HMS Fuji, died 23 May 1941; presumably Mne Benjamin Thomas Smith, PO/X 1564, HMS Hood, died 24 May 1941.Remember the men of this parish who died in the service of their Country 1939-1945. Includes: C D Pearce, Marine, RM; B T Smith, Marine, RM
Durley Holy Cross memorial doors_WW21939-1945United KingdomHoly Cross Church, Durley, HantsMne Henry Clark, RM, PO/221271939 In Memory 1945, They died for King and Country. Includes: Mne Harry Clark, Royal Marines
Durley Holy Cross plaque_WW11914-1918United KingdomHoly Cross Church, Durley, HantsPte Frederick John Hutchings, RMLI, PO/1415(S)To the Glory of God and in undying memory of the men of this parish who laid down their lives in the service of their Country in the Great War 1914-1918. Includes: Private Frederick Hutchings, RMLI.
Durley Memorial Hall WW11914-1919United KingdomMemorial Hall, Durley, HantsPte Frederick John Hutchings, RMLI, PO/1415(S)In grateful and undying memory of the men of this Parish who made The Great Sacrifice, 1914-1919. Includes: Frederick Hutchings, Private, Royal Marine Light Infantry.
Durley Memorial Hall WW21939-1945United KingdomMemorial Hall, Durley, HantsMne Henry Clark, RM, PO/221271939 In Memory 1945, They died for King and Country. Includes: Harry Clark, Mne Royal Marines
Durnbach War CemeteryRoyal MarinesGermanyBavariaDurnbach War Cemetery, near Bad Totz, Bavaria, Germany
East Boldre Memorial Hall1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomVillage Hall, East Boldre, HantsLieut Stanton Degge Wilmot-Sitwell, Portsmouth Bn, RN Div. No WW2 RMs. WW1: 1914-1918 War Memorial for East Boldre & Beaulieu, Their Name Liveth for Evermore. Includes: Stanton Degge Wilmot-Sitwell
East Budleigh War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
East Budleigh War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonPly/3913 Pte William Harding
East Meon All Saints WW11914-1919United KingdomAll Saints Church, East Meon, HantsPte Arthur Charles Titheridge, RMLI, PO/11220To the men of East Meon who gave their lives in the Great war 1914-1919. In whose memory the East Window is dedicated. Includes: Arthur Chas Titheridge
East Meon Cross1914-1918United KingdomEast Meon, HantsPte Arthur Charles Titheridge, RMLI, PO/11220In memory of the East Meon men who fell in the Great War 1914-1919. Includes: Arthur Charles Titheridge.
East Tytherley St Peters Plaque WW21939-1945United KingdomSt Peter's Church, East Tytherley, Test Valley, HantsCpl Owen Frank Marsh, RM, PO/22158. No WW1 RMs.To the Glory of God and in loving memory of those brave men of East Tytherley who gave their lives in the Second World War 1939-1945. Includes: O F Marsh, Cpl Royal Marines.
Eastleigh All Saints Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomAll Saints Church, Eastleigh, HantsWW1: Gnr Alfred Arthur Thomas Bowden, RMA/10630; Pte Frederick John Frampton, RMLI, Deal/2493(S). WW2: Mne William James St Ange, PO/X 114352, 40RM CdoWW1: The east window was given as a thank offering for the men of Eastleigh who served in the war 1914-1918 & in grateful memory of the following who laid down their lives. WW2: These extra panels have been added in grateful memory of those of the Parish of Eastleigh who lost thier lives in the 1939-1945 war. Includes: WW1, Alfred Bowden, Frederick Frampton. WW2, St Ange, W
Eastleigh All Saints Scroll1914-1918United KingdomAll Saints Church, Eastleigh, HantsGnr Alfred Arthur Thomas Bowden, RMA/10630; Pte Frederick John Frampton, RMLI, Deal/2493(S)I am the Resurrection and The Life - To the Glory of God and in memory of those who gave their lives for their country in the war 1914-1918. Includes: Alfred Bowden, Gunner, RMA, HMS Defence; Frederick John Frampton, Royal Marines
Eastleigh Causton Plaque1939-1945United KingdomEastleigh Museum, HantsMne William James St Ange, PO/X 114352, 40RM Cdo.Roll of Honour 1939-1945. In remembrance of the employees of Sir Joseph Causton & Sons, Brookwood Avenue, Eastleigh who gave their lives in the Second World War. Includes: William James St Ange
Eastleigh Railway Machine Shops plaque1914-1918United KingdomEastleigh Museum, HantsGnr William Sam Cordwell, RMA/7989 (RMR/B/1103).In memory of the men from the Machine Shops who made the supreme sacrifice in The Great War. Includes: W S Cordwell
Eastleigh Roll of Honour1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomAll Saints Church, Eastleigh, HantsWW1: Gnr Alfred Arthur Thomas Bowden, RMA/10630; Pte Frederick John Frampton, RMLI, Deal/2493(S). WW2: Mne William James St Ange, PO/X 114352, 40RM CdoMillenium project by Eastleigh & Chandlers Ford Branch of the British Legion. Includes: WW1, Alfred Bowden, Frederick Frampton. WW2, St Ange, W.
Eastleigh Town Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomThe Park, Eastleigh, HantsWW1: Gnr Alfred Arthur Thomas Bowden, RMA/10630; Pte Frederick John Frampton, RMLI, Deal/2493(S). WW2: Mne William James St Ange, PO/X 1143521914-1918 : 1939-1945 To our glorious dead. At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them. Includes: WW1, Bowden, Alfred; Frampton, Frederick. WW2, St Ange, William.
Eling St Marys Plaque1914-1918United KingdomChurch of St Mary, Eling, HantsPte Frederick George Harris, RMLI, PO/1758(S)In memory of the Men of this Parish who Died in the Great War 1914-1918. Includes: F G Harris, Royal Marine Batt.
Eling St Marys Scroll_WW21939-1945United KingdomChurch of St Mary, Eling, HantsMne George Allott, RM, PO/22532; Mne Montague Douglas Mills, RM, PO/X 3424; Mne Walter Charles Osman, RM, EX/5227In Memoriam 1939-1945. Includes: Allott, G; Mills, M; Osman, W.
Emery Down Christ Church gate1914-1919United KingdomChrist Church, Emery Down, Lyndhurst, HantsPte Thomas Frederick Turton, RMLI, PO/16707Lest we forget 1914-19, To the Glory of God and in memory of.. Includes: Pte T F Turton, RMLI
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.
Emsworth Garden of Remembrance1914-1919, 1939-1945 & post 1945United KingdomGarden of Remembrance, Recreation Ground, Emsworth, HantsNames are on metal strips set either side of the approach path. WW1: Gunner William Bailey, RMA/5560. WW2: Maj James John Bramble, RM.Absence - In memory of those who have died in the cause of peace and justice. Unveiled by Mrs Mary Fagan, JP, HM Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire. 11 August 2008. Includes: WW1, W Bailey; WW2, J J Bramble.
Emsworth St James - RoH1914-1918United KingdomSt James' Church, Emsworth, HantsGnr William Bailey, RMA/5560; Gnr Arthur Rubick, RMA/7378; Pte John Denyer, RMLI, PO/11453, (RMR/B/1281); Gnr Arthur Sharp, RMA/12711Typed roll in display cabinet. Include: W Bailey, Gunner RMA; Denyer J, Pte, RMLI; Rubick, A, Gunlayer, RMA; Sharp, A, Gunner, RMA
Emsworth St James memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt James' Church, Emsworth, HantsWW1: Gunner William Bailey, RMA/5560; Gunner Arthur Rubick, RMA/7378; Pte John Denyer, RMLI, PO/11453, (RMR/B/1281); Gunner Arthur Sharp. RMA/12711. WW2: probably Brigadier Francis Wyville Home, RMWooden panels for WW1 &WW2 are either side of the altar. Includes: WW1: W Bailey, Gunner RMA; Denyer J, Pte, RMLI; Rubick, A, Gunlayer, RMA; Sharp, A, Gunner, RMA. WW2: F W Home
Emsworth St James_William Wells1852United KingdomSt James' Church, Emsworth, HantsCannot find any records for William Wells, RMA (Aug 2021)Plaque commemorates Capt Henry James Matson, RN, who died of yellow fever 14 Dec 1852 in Trinidad, and also his shipmates who died during the commission. Includes: William Wells, Gunner, RMA
Englebelmer Cemetery MemorialFranceNear Albert, The Somme
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 Island Stones memorialUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyThese stones come from the areas of Two Sisters and Mount Harriet in the Falklands Islands. They were selected and donated by the islanders shipped to this garden as a gift by Jeppesen Heaton Ltd, and erected in memory of those Royal Marines who fell during the Falklands War in 1982.
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 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
Falklands Sea Forces1982United KingdomOld PortsmouthThe inscription includes - The Royal Marines: Cpl J G Browning, Mne P D Callan, LCpl C Davison, Sgt R Enefer, Sgt A P Evans, Cpl K Evans, Cpl P R Fitton, Lt K D Francis, LCpl B P Giffin, Mne R D Griffin, Sgt I N Hunt, Csgt B R Johnston QCM, Sgt R A Leeming, Cpl M D Love, Mne G C MacPherson, Mne S G McAndrews, LCpl P B McKay, Mne M J Nowak, Lt R J Nunn, Mne K Phillips, Sgt R J Rotherham, Mne A J Rundle, Cpl J Smith, Cpl I F Spencer, Cpl A B Uren, Cpl L G Watts, Mne D Wilson.This Memorial is dedicated to the members of the Royal Navy, the Royal Marines, the Royal Fleet Auxillary and the Merchant Navy, whose names are recorded here. They gave their lives in the service of this country and for the defence of freedom, in the Falkland Islands and the South Atlantic, 1982.
Fareham War MemorialUnited KingdomFareham Town CentreSee Fareham War Memorial_Inscriptions and subsequent record entries
Fareham War Memorial_Inscriptions1914-1918United KingdomFareham Town CentreAlso in memory of the officers and men of the 26th, 35th, & 108th Heavy Batteries of the Royal Garrison Artillery. See Fareham High Street Memorial for overall view.1914-1919 - The men whom this monument commemorates were numbered among those who at the call of King and Country left all that was dear to them, endured hardship and faced danger finally passing from the sight of men by the path of duty and self-sacrifice *Giving their own lives that others might live in freedom* Let those who come after see to it that their names be not forgotten. Erected by the inhabitants of the Fareham Urban District Council. Also in memory of those who gave their lives 1939-1945
Fareham War Memorial_WW1_A-Co1914-1918United KingdomFareham Town CentreGnr Herbert Bedford, RMA/8559,(RMR/B/532); Col Sgt Frank Blanchard, RMLI, PO/6754; Maj Robert Crosthwaite Colquhoun, RMLI; Pte George Charles Cook, RMLI, PO/14442. See Fareham High Street Memorial for overall view.Includes: H Bedford, Gnr RMA; F Blanchard, Col Sgt RMLI; R C Colquhoun, Maj, RMLI; G C Cook, Pte RMLI.
Fareham War Memorial_WW1_Da-Ke1914-1918United KingdomFareham Town CentrePte Ernest Percy Daniels, RMLI, PO/14410; Pte Ernest William George Day, RMLI, PO/6628 (RMR/B/853); Lance Cpl Ernest Christopher Dunkinson, RMLI, PO/12424 (RMR/B/1101); Pte Leonard Freeman, RMLI, PO/16032; Pte William Charles Freeman, RMLI, PO/16779. See Fareham High Street Memorial for overall view.Includes: E P Daniels, Pte, RMLI; E W G Day, Pte, RMLI; E C Dunkinson, Pte, RMLI, L Freeman, Pte, RMLI; W C Freeman, Pte, RMLI.
Fareham War Memorial_WW1_Ki-Pl1914-1918United KingdomFareham Town CentreGnr John Thomas Lintorn (incorrect on memorial), RMA/9658 (RMR/B/1288); Sgt Godfrey Mitchell, RMLI, PO/14477; Lieut R C Norton, entry incorrect should be Lieut RHA. See Fareham High Street Memorial for overall view.Includes: J T Linton, Gunner RMA; G Mitchell, Sergt RMLI; R C Norton, Lieut RMA.
Fareham War Memorial_WW1_Pr-Wi1914-1918United KingdomFareham Town CentrePte Richard Andrew Thompson, RMLI, PO/14661. See Fareham High Street Memorial for overall view.Includes: R A Thompson, Pte RMLI.
Fareham War Memorial_WW2_A-Ja1939-1945United KingdomFareham Town CentreMne Arthur Edwin Blunden, RM, EX/5155; Mne Thomas Edward Cogger, RM, PO/21115; Mne Stanley Dutton, RM, PO/X 628; Musician William Frank Hacker, RM Band, RMB/X 831. See Fareham High Street Memorial for overall view.Includes: A E Blunden, Gnr RM; T E Cogger, Mne RM; S Dutton, Mne RM; W F Hacker, Musn RM.
Fareham War Memorial_WW2_Jo-W1939-1945United KingdomFareham Town CentreSgt Bernard Walter Patrick Robinson, RM, PO/X 782. See Fareham High Street Memorial for overall view.Includes: H Jones, Mne RM; B W P Robinson, Sgt RM.
Felixstowe New Cemetery, SuffolkRoyal MarinesUKFelixstowe
Fifteen Ravine British Cemetery MemorialFrance Villers-Plouich
Fins new British Cemetery Sorel-le-GrandFranceSorel-le-Grand
Fishbourne St Mary & St Peter Memorial1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Peter's & St Mary's Church, Fishbourne, SussexPte George Lane, RMLI, PO/9337..Includes: WW1: Lane, G. WW2: None
Fleet Air Arm National MemorialRoyal NavyUKYeovilton
Folkestone War Memorial ( 1 )Royal MarinesUKFolkestone
Fordingbridge Memorial Gates1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomFordingbridge Recreation Ground, Fordingbridge, HantsWW1: Gunner Arthur Thomas Jolliffe. RMA/11691; Cpl William Charles Street, RMLI, PO/16238. No WW2 RMsWW1: This Recreation Ground is a memorial to the men of the parish of Fordingbridge, who gave their lives for their Country in the Great War, 1914-1918. Includes: Jolliffe, A T; Street, W C.
Fordingbridge St Mary's Plaque WW11914-1919United KingdomSt Mary the Virgin Church, Fordingbridge, HantsGunner Arthur Thomas Jolliffe. RMA/11691; Cpl William Charles Street, RMLI, PO/16238Roll of Honour, 1914-1919, Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. Includes: Arthur Thomas Jolliffe, William Charles Street.
Fort Cumberland RM MemorialRoyal Marines26 August 1940United KingdomRM Museum, SouthseaMemorial located Memorial Gardens, Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, HampshireIn memory of the Officers and Marines killed by enemy action in Fort Cumberland on 26th August 1940 during the Battle of Britain. Temp 2nd Lts C B Hobhouse; H G Jameson; E A P Hilland; A T C Hocking; P W Fitzjohn; Marines Harold Watson; D J Hopkins; B J Cooke.
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
Frank Victor ParsonsUnited KingdomBedworth
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
Funtingdon War Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Mary's Churchyard, Funtingdon, West SussexR Caplin, RMLI, research has shown no match; J S Jones, prob. John Scotson Jones, Pte PO/687 (PO/697 S), RMLI, Portsmouth Btn, RN Div, KIA Gallipoli, 7 Jun 1915; John Thomas Lintorn, Gunner, RMA 9658 (RMR/B/1288), HMS Hogue, KIA 22 Sep 1914.; Eustace Arthur Peter Hillard, 2nd Lieut, RM, died 26 Aug 1940; John Lloyd Munro, Capt RM, (RMBDO), KIA Ceylon 6 Oct 1943.WW1: To the Glory of God and in ever grateful memory of the sailors and soldiers of this parish who gave their lives for King and Country, AD 1914-1919, "Their name liveth for evermore". This cross is erected by their fellow parishioners. WW2: 1939-1945. Includes WW1: Caplin, RMLI; Jones JS, RMLI; Lintorn, RMA; WW2: Hillard, Lt; Munro Capt;
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
Gavrelle RND MemorialFranceThe Somme
Gavrelle RND MemorialFranceThe Somme
General Cuthbert Collingwood Suther plaque29 September 1927United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.To the Glory of God in loving memory of Cuthbert Collingwood Suther, General, Royal Marine Artillery, Commandant 21st May 1891 - 29th April 1993, who departed this life 29th Sept 1927 in his 89th year. Also of his wife Louisa Adelaide who died 28th March 1899. This tablet is erected by their two sons and daughter as a token of love and esteem.
General George Jones1780-1857United KingdomSt Thomas's Cathedral, PortsmouthSacred to the beloved memory of General George Jones nine years Commandant of the Portsmouth Division of Royal Marines who died deeply lamented, January 30th 1857, aged 77 years. His remains are interred at Milton near Portsmouth, also of Caroline widow of the late General George Jones, who died February 15th 1883, aged 87 years.
General James Henry Bor CB CMG mosaic28 March 1905United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsPart of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that this mosaic still exists behind internal walling.In memory of General James Henry Bor CB CMG RMA Extra Equerry to HM King George V ADC to the King 1904-1911, Colonel Commandant July 1903 to June 1911. Died 23rd September 1914 Aged 57 years. Erected by his brother officers
General Sir Charles Menzies KCB KH Kt Charles 3rdRoyal Marine Artillery1783-1866United KingdomEnglish Heritage Store, Fort Brockhurst, GosportThis plaque was originally on the wall of the nave of St John's RC Cathedral beneath the most southerly window. No access for photograph (Jul 2021) To the Glory of God and in memory of General Sir Charles Menzies KCB, KHKt Charles 3rd, Colonel of the Royal Marine Artillery and formerly Aide-de-Camp to the Queen. Died August 22nd 1866 aged 83. The above window is given as a mark of love and respect by his widow Maria Wilhemia Menzies
General Sir George Colt Langley KCB1810-1896United KingdomSt Jude's Church, PortsmouthTo the Glory of God and in loving memory of Gen Sir George Colt Langley KCB Royal Marines of St Helens, Southsea who died 29 December 1896, aged 86 years. And of Maria Catherine his wife who died 25 November 1887 aged 66 years. Also their eldest son Lionel, Major Royal Engineers who died at Kullur Madras Presidency on 18 April 1890 in his 40th year.
General Sir Lewis Stratford Tollemache Halliday VC KCB plaque9 March 1966United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.In memoriam - General Sir Lewis Stratford Tollemache Halliday VC KCB (Formerly Royal Marines Light Infantry) Peking, 24th June 1900, Died 9th March 1966 aged 95. For Valour
General William Hallett ConnollyRoyal Marine Light Infantry1780-1861United KingdomSt Jude's Church, PortsmouthIn sacred memory of General William Hallett Connolly, Royal Marines Light Infantry, died at Southsea 20th June 1861, aged 80 years and Sarah, his beloved wife who died at Southsea, 15th August 1867, aged 80 years. In affectionate remembrance of dearly loved parents. This Tablet is erected by their children.
Gibralter Stone MemorialRoyal MarinesUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyGibraltar Rock, Memorial Gardens, Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, HamprshireTo commemorate the historic association between Gibraltar and the Royal Marines. This piece from the famous rock was presented to the Royal Marines Museum by the Friends of Gibraltar heritage Society and the Gibraltar Heritage Trust, 9th May 1998
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 Clarence School Plaques1914-1918United KingdomNorthcott Close, Bury Hall Lane, Alverstoke, Gosport, HantsBugler Hector Edward Charles Chalk, RMLI, PO/20164; Bugler Alexander George Hollis Cullip, RMLI, PO/16865; Pte William Bloemfontein Elliott, RMLI, PO/20278; Pte Charles Edwin Maidment, RMLI, PO/14466; Pte Ernest Mariner, RMLI, PO/16423; Pte Sidney John Sparkes, RMLI, PO/16416; Bugler Cyril Vernon Tawney, RMLI, PO/18659; Pte Lawrence Albert Tilbury, RMLI, PO/16560 Plaques are not alphabetical. No RMs on WW2 plaques.Erected by teachers, scholars, parents and friends in ever grateful memory of the above named former scholars of Clarence Square Council School (embracing also the original Church schools of St Matthew's and Holy trinity) who heroically gave up their lives in the Great War 1918-1919 and as aninspiration to all present scholars to so live as to be worthy of the great sacrifice which they have made. Scholars: See Notes
Gosport St Mary's RC Church1914-1918United KingdomOutside St Mary's Church, High Street, Gosport, HantsPte Terence Patrick Murphy, RMLI, PO/17239; Pte George William Farrell, RMLI, PO/16683; Pte John Ruff, RMLI, PO/15267; Pte James Arthur Hume, RMLI, PO/14240; CSM Richard Milne, RMLI, PO/10828; Brevet Lieut Col Norman Ormsby Burge, RMLI, Commanding Nelson Bn, RN Div. No CWGC refs found for Daly or O'Neill.Roll of Honour in the Great War. In this sign you shall conquer. Come unto me all ye that labour and are burdened and I will refresh you. Greater love than this no man hath that a man lay down his life for his friends. It is a Holy and a wholesome thought to pray for the dead. Includes: Terence Murphy, RMLI; George Farrell, RMLI; John Ruff, RMLI; James Hume, RMLI; Bernard Daly, RMLI; Arthur Moarow, RMLI; Richard Milne, RMLI, Christopher O'Neill, RMLI, Lt Col N Ormsby Burge, RMLI.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital 11914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee the twelve separate records under Gosport War Memorial Remembrance Book for the transcriptions.This Hospital is also the Memorial of the Portsmouth Division Royal Marine Light Infantry to 68 Officers and 1703 Other Ranks who lost their lives in the Great War
Gosport War Memorial Hospital 21914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, Hants75th Anniversary of the Gosport War Memorial Hospital 26th April 1998 Unveiled by Councillor Peter Edgar Mayor of Gosport, Doctor Anthony J Taylor CBE, Chairman, Portsmouth and South East Hampshire Health Authority, Colonel Brian L Carter OBE representing the Royal Marines
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsThe 700 names are recorded on 17 pages. NOTE: Many of the names have just a single initial making it difficult to positively identify them as RMLI. I have checked against the CWGC database but many of the names listed must be regarded as 'best guess' and should not be accepted without further research.The Gosport War Memorial Hospital Roll of Honour 1914-1918. To the undying honour of these men and of 68 officers and 1708 other ranks of the Royal Marine Light Infantry whose names are preserved in the records of that Regiment the Gosport War memorial was erected by their comrades and fellow citizens.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Men, A-B1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Notes field, for accuracy statement. Pte George Henry Absalom, PO/10079; Pte William Allen, PO/15419; Pte Arthur Baker, PO/3205(S); Sgt William Beauchamp, PO/15611; Pte William Henry Benham, PO/2185(S); Pte Albert Bennett, PO/18404; Lance Cpl Arthur George Birch, PO/4788; Pte Abraham Harim Brewerton, PO/16598; Bugler Philip Osborn Bullen, PO/17035; Bugler Albert Henry Burridge, PO/16789.Includes: Absalman, G; Allen, W; Baker, A; Beauchamp, W; Benham, W; Bennett, A; Birch, A G; Brewerton, A; Bullen, P; Burridge, A.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Men, Ca-Cr1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Notes field, for accuracy statement. Pte Harry Carter, PO/8224; Pte Herbert John Catchpole, PO/15045; Pte John Frederick Christian Chant, PO/9061; CSM F P Chapman, PO/ 11934; Pte Henry James Churcher, PO/16556; Pte Arthur Ernest Churchill, PO/15713; Pte R Clark, PO/2728(S); Pte Arthur William Coleborn (not Colburn), PO/16703; Pte George Collins, PO/9525; Lance Sgt William Craig, PO/13319; Pte Charles William James Crank, PO/16409.Includes: Carter, H; Catchpole, H; Chant, J F C; Chapman, F P; Churcher, H; Churchill, A E; Colburn, A W; Collins, G; Craig, W; Crank, C W T.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Men, Cu-E1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Notes field, for accuracy statement. Bugler Alexander George Hollis Cullip, PO/16865; Pte Percy Frank Darville, PO/15797; Pte G W Davis, PO/1552(S); Sgt Charles John Durham, PO/10981; Pte C A Durrant, PO/6693; Pte William Bloemfontein Elliott, PO/20278; Sgt Charles Robert Emery, PO/ 14230; Pte Everard Everitt, PO/ 14728.Includes: Cullip, A; Darville, P F; Davis, G; Durham, C J; Durrant, C A; Elliott, W; Emery, C R; Everitt, E.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Men, F-G1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Notes field, for accuracy statement. Lance Cpl Edwin Arthur Fairminer, PO/12674; Pte George William Farrell, PO/16683; Lance Cpl Arthur John Flory, PO/2260; Bugler Frederick Cornelious Flory, PO/ 16521; Bugler Albert Edward Flory, PO/18169; Pte William John Fox, PO/4246; Pte Charles Gilbert, PO/5703; Pte Albert Ernest Goble, PO/17664; Pte William Goring, PO/5020; Cpl A E Gough, PO/10965.Includes: Fairminer, E A; Farrell, G; Flory, A J; Flory, F C; Flory, A E; Fox, W; Gilbert, C; Goble, A; Goring, W; Gough, A E.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Men, H1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Notes field, for accuracy statement. Pte William Hall, PO/295(S); Pte Archibald Arthur Hambrook, PO/8769; Sgt John Henry Hamper, PO/16857; Lance Cpl W Hannah, PO/13034; Pte Alfred Harris, PO/7495; Pte William Wilfred Hewitt, PO/20262; Lance Cpl Norman Edwin Vaughan Higginbottom, PO/1202(S); Cpl Sydney Joseph Higgs, PO/14259; Cpl Josiah Charles Holness, PO/14006; Pte William H Howden, PO/12434; Pte William Huggins, PO/12926; Pte James A Hume, PO/14240.Includes: Hall, W; Hambrook, A; Hamper, J H; Hannah, W; Harris, A; Hewitt, W; Higginsbotton, N; Higgs, S J; Holness, J C; Howden, W; Huggens, W; Hume, James.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Men, J-Lo1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Notes field, for accuracy statement. Pte William Henry Jenkins, PO/9389; Bugler Ernest James Joels, PO/17529; Lance Cpl Arthur Kent, PO/10738; Sgt W Kidgell, PO/10868; Pte William Charles Knight, PO/1658(S); Pte, W E Lake, PO/ 14426; Pte Alfred Leader, PO/19602; Pte Leonard John Leader, PO/11522; Pte William Augustine Lee, Po/ 479(S); Pte Frederick Charles Linskill, PO/15120; Sgt Henry Frederic Lovett, PO/14482; Pte A V Loxley, Po/1921(S).Includes: Jenkins, W H; Joels, E; Kent, A; Kidgell, W; Knight, W C; Lake, W; Leader, A; Leader, L; Lee, W; Linskill, F G; Lovett, H; Loxley, A.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Men, Ly-M1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Notes field, for accuracy statement. Pte Frederick G Lyme, PO/9189; Pte Phillip Lyndsell, PO/12672; Pte Charles E Maidment, PO/14466; Sgt Herbert E Marriott, PO/ 8808; Cpl Francis W Matthews, PO/140(S); Pte William C Middleton, PO/15728; Pte Charles Mills, PO/10422; CSM Richard Milne, PO/10828; Pte H O Morgan, PO/15599; Pte Edward J Morris, PO/12127; Pte Edwin Morris, PO/19514; Bugler Edward H J Mulrooney, PO/18698; Pte Terence P Murphy, PO/17239.Includes: Lyme, F G; Lynsell, P; Maidment, C; Marriott, Herbert; Matthews, F; Middleton, W C; Mills, C; Milne, R; Morgan, H O; Morris, E J; Morris, E; Mulrooney, E; Murphey, T.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Men, N-R1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Notes field, for accuracy statement. Pte William Newman, PO/1651(S); Bugler E W W Nobbs, Po/16839; Pte William James Ottaway, PO/ 15405; Pte W R Parsons, PO/16296; Pte Henry John Payne, Po/13653; Bugler John Douglas Phelan, PO/16860; Pte H Pickering, PO/11353; Pte Michael John Press, PO/16704; Lance Cpl W Reed, Po/14218; Pte A Reeves, PO/2547(S); Pte John Ruff, PO/15267.Includes: Newman, W; Nobbs, E W W; Ottoway, W; Parsons, W R; Payne, H J; Phelan, J; Pickering, H; Press, M J; Reed, W; Reeves, A; Ruff, J.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Men, S1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Notes field, for accuracy statement. Pte H T Saffery, PO/14720; Bugler Edgar William Saunders, PO/15495; Pte Ernest James Sellex, PO/16559; Pte George Walter Sheddick, PO/8057; Pte Alfred Simpson, PO/9881; Pte Alfred Smith, PO/ 15494; Pte William John Smith, PO/17751; Pte G Snow, PO/16958; Pte Sidney John Sparkes, PO/16416; Pte William Steele, PO/11558; Cpl Thomas James Sutton, PO/10715.Includes: Saffery, H T; Saunders, E; Sellex, E J; Sheddick, G W; Simpson, A; Smith, A; Smith, W J; Snow, G; Sparkes, S J; Steele, W; Sutton, T J.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Men, T1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Notes field, for accuracy statement. Pte Harry Rose Taplin, PO/10905; Bugler Cyril Vernon Tawney, PO/18659; Cpl John Taylor, PO/13719; Pte James Henry Taylor, PO/11170; Pte William Horace Taylor, PO/282(S); Pte Frederick Walter Thomas Tickner, PO/18066; Pte Lawrence Albert Tilbury, PO/16560; Pte Herbert Tucker, PO/11720; Lance Cpl William Tulip, PO/4417; Pte William Thomas Turner, PO/12728; Lance Cpl William Tylee, PO/11138.Includes: Taplin, H; Tawney, C; Taylor, J; Taylor, J H; Taylor, W; Tickner, F W T; Tilbury, L; Tucker, H; Tulip, W; Turner, W T; Tylee, W.
Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Men, W1914-1918United KingdomGosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, HantsSee Gosport War Memorial Hospital Remembrance Book, Notes field, for accuracy statement. Pte Frank Ward, PO/12786; Sgt Edwin James Ward, PO/9009; Pte Horace Bernard Webb, PO/13084; Cpl William West, PO/9779; Lance Cpl Joseph West, PO/9617; Pte Albert Philip White; PO/15390; Pte A White, PO/10802; Pte Hiram White, PO/2961; Pte Henry George White, PO/12011; Pte Frederick White, PO/2157(S); Pte George Wilson, PO/14939; Sgt Henry Albert Witts, PO/15633.Includes: Ward, F; Ward, E J; Webb, H; West, W; West, J; White, A P; White, A; White, H; White, H G; White, F; Wilson, G; Witts, H.
Grahame Cox Tree1973United KingdomChurcher's College, Petersfield, HantsCommemorative tree with plaque. Mne Grahame Dennis Cox. Born 20 Feb 1954. 1965-1970 are his years at the schoolIn memory of Grahame Cox 1965-1970 Royal Marines, Killed in Belfast, April 1973, aged 19
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.
Gunner David Tilbury plaque1914-1919United KingdomAll Saint's Church, Denmead, HantsDavid Tilbury, Gunner RMA/5982 (RMR/B/548), HMS Hogue. To the Glory of God and in memory of David Tilbury of this parish. Gunner RMA, aged 40, attender, husband, father and loving son. He died defending his Country on HMS Hogue sunk in the North Sea by German submarines Sept 22nd 1914
Gunner George Porter memorial10 June 1876United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of George Porter Gunner RMA who died 10 June 1876 while in the performance of his duty in a sledging party in the Arctic Expedition of 1875 & 1876. Erected by the officers, Non Com Officers and men of his company.
Hambledon War Memorial inside1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Peter & St Paul Church, Hambledon, HantsWilliam Robert Rippon, Gunner, RMA/12206, HMS BulwarkThe Great War 1914-1919. The Heroic Dead. For God, King & Country. Includes: W R Rippon
Hambledon War Memorial outside1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Peter & St Paul Church, Hambledon, HantsWilliam Robert Rippon, Gunner, RMA/12206, HMS BulwarkTo the Glory of God and in memory of The Hambledon Men who fell in the Great War 1914-1919. Includes: W R Rippon
Hammersmith War MemorialRoyal MarinesUKHammersmithHammersmith War Memorial, West London. Inscription: Private N Clarke, Royal Marine Light Infantry
Hartley Library Memorial Plaque WW11914-1920United KingdomHartley Library, Southampton University, Southampton, HantsSgt Alfred Bert Barfoot, RMLI, PO/14384. There are no RMs on the WW2 plaque1914-1918 In Memoriam. Includes: A Barfoot
Havant War Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945 & post 1945United KingdomOutside St Faith's Church, Havant town centre, HantsSee individual entriesRemember the men of Havant who died for their Country 1914-1919. Includes: Hounsome, Parvin, Phillips & Ware, RMLI; Blake & George, RM Cmdo; Cox & O'Connor RM.
Havant War Memorial_Blake_George1939-1945United KingdomOutside St Faith's Church, Havant town centre, HantsCapt John Philip Blake, 43 RM Commando, died 3 Jun 1944, Serbia; Mne Rex George, RM, PO/X113288, 45 RM Commando, died 20 Aug 1944, FranceIncludes: John Phillip Blake, Capt, RM Cmdo; Rex George, Mne, RM Cmdo.
Havant War Memorial_Cox1973United KingdomOutside St Faith's Church, Havant town centre, HantsIncludes: Grahame D Cox, Mne RM, Northern Ireland, 1973
Havant War Memorial_Hounsome1914-1919United KingdomOutside St Faith's Church, Havant town centre, HantsPte Henry George Hounsome, RMLI, PO/9897 (RMR/B/1100), HMS Vicknor, died 13 Jan 1915.Includes: Henry George Hounsome, Pte, RMLI;
Havant War Memorial_O'Connor2012United KingdomOutside St Faith's Church, Havant town centre, HantsIncludes: David G O'Connor, Cpl, RM, Afganistan 2012
Havant War Memorial_Parvin_Phillips1914-1919United KingdomOutside St Faith's Church, Havant town centre, HantsPte William George Parvin, RMLI, PLY/1718(S), 2nd RM Bn, RM Div, died 28 Apr 1917, France; Pte Norman Phillips, RMLI, PO/18234, Portsmouth Btn, RN Div, died 12 Dec 1915, GallipoliIncludes: William G E Parvin, Pte, RMLI; Norman Phillips, Pte, RMLI
Havant War Memorial_Ware1939-1945United KingdomOutside St Faith's Church, Havant town centre, HantsLance Cpl William Ware, RMLI, PO/6023 (RMR/A/841), SS Eloby, died 19 Jul 1917Includes: William Henry Ware, L.Cpl RMLI;
Hedge End Memorial Cross1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt John's Road, Hedge End, HantsPte George Henry Aslett, RMLI, PLY/1662(S)Memorial of The Great War 1914-1918, To the memory of these who fell for God, King, Home and Country. Includes: George Aslett
Hemyock War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Hemyock War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonPO//16677 Pte Charles Boyland
Hermies Hill British Cemetery France
Herrick 12 Trophy 1Royal MarinesMay 2010-Oct 2010United KingdomSNCOs Mess, HMS Excellent, Whale Island, Portsmouth, HantsOne of three boots purchased by the Officers and SNCOs of the Portsmouth area in memory of the 14 Royal Marines who did not return from Herrick 12. Presented to the WOs, SRs and SNCOs Mess, HMS Excellent 14 Dec 2010
Herrick 12 Trophy 2Royal MarinesMay 2010-Oct 2010United KingdomSNCOs Mess, HMS Excellent, Whale Island, Portsmouth, HantsOne of three boots purchased by the Officers and SNCOs of the Portsmouth area in memory of the 14 Royal Marines who did not return from Herrick 12. Presented to the winners of the annual 'Boot match'
Hexham Memorial (1)UKHexham
Hexham Memorial (2)UKHexham
Highcliffe St Marks memorial1914-1918United KingdomSt Mark's Churchyard, Highcliffe, HantsPte Frederick Freeman, RMLI, PLY/16308The Glorious Dead 1914 - 1918 Their name liveth for evermore. Includes: Fred Freeman, RMLI
Hill 170 Kangaw, Burma
Hinton Village memorial1914-1918United KingdomOpposite St Michael & All Angels Church, Hinton Admiral, HantsCapt Edward Allen Smeathman Hatton, RMLI, Chatham Bn, RN DivThis cross is erected by the inhabitants of Hinton in grateful memory of those connected with this village who sacrificed their lives in defence of King and Country in the Great War of 1914-1919. They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old, Age shall not weary them bor the years condem, At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We shall remember them. Includes: Edward A S Hatton
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 '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 Marines1893-1896United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Portsmouth.In memory of the Officers and men of HMS Collingwood who died during her second commission. Includes: At Malta, J Whyte, Gr RMA, 18 July 1895, aged 37; At Boudroum, H Hobson, Gr RMA 6th July1895, aged 25. Erected by the Officers and Ships Company; 1893 - Mediterranean Station - 1896
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 Marines1860-1865United KingdomSt Mary's Church, PortsmouthTo the memory of the following officers and men of HMS Harrier. Includes: Ambrose Gear, RMLI, died at Auckland Sept 17th 1861; David Downer, RMLI, killed in action at Rangariri Novr 20th 1863; John Dark, Gunner RMA, drowned at sea January 11t 1865. This tablet is erected as a mark of respect & regard by the Captains, officers and men of the ship during the Commission, 1860-1865
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 Marines1892-1895United KingdomSt Mary's Church, PortsmouthTo the Glory of God and in memory of their shipmates who died during her second commission on the China Station 1892-1895, The Captain and officers and ships company of HMS Severn have dedicated this memorial tablet. Includes: George Withers, Pte RMLI.
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 Marines1890-1893United KingdomSt Mary's Church, PortsmouthHMS Trafalgar, Mediterranean, 1890-1893. This memorial is erected by the officers and men as a tribute of regard for their shipmates who died during the first commission of the ship. Includes: George Hicks, Gunner RMA
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 Active memorial1877-1879United KingdomVictoria Park, PortsmouthIThis monument is erected by the officers and ship's company of HMS Active late flag ship on the West Coast of Africa and cape of Good Hope Station, to perpetuate the memory of those of their shipmates who perished while gallantly doing their duty with the Naval Brigade of that ship during the Kafir War, 1877-8 and the Zulu War of 1879. Includes: W Stagg, Private RM (Fort Ekowe); W Seddon, Gr RMA (Lower Tugela); A Mabey, Drummer, RM.
HMS Atalanta memorial plaque1880United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthOfficers and Crew who were lost in H M Ship "Atalanta" Training Frigate on her passage from Bermuda to England early in 1880. Includes: Osborne, John W W, Cpl; Adams, William, Pte; Berry, Albert, Pte; Earnshaw, Henry, Pte; Field, Edward, Pte; Galvin, Michael, Pte; Roberts, Edwin, Pte; Rhines, George, Pte; Sanson, John, Pte; Salter, Thomas, Pte; Thompson, Hugh, Pte; Webb, Thomas, Pte.
HMS Brilliant Memorial PlaqueRoyal Marines1857United KingdomSt Mary's Church, PortsmouthSacred to the memory of the following officers, seamen and marines of HMS Brilliant who fell victim to yellow fever in the West Indies in the months of August and September 1857. Includes: Thos Riley, RM; Philip Carter BRM; Rob Wheeler BRM; H Y Butters BRM; W Hayhurst BRM. This Tablet is erected by Captain Paynter, the officers and crew of HMS Brilliant as a tribute of regard for their departed shipmates.
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 Captain Memorial 1870RMA7 September 1870United KingdomPortsmouth MuseumGunner John Hammond RMA
HMS Captain Memorial 1870RMLI7 September 1870United KingdomPortsmouth MuseumSergeant John Francis RMLI
HMS Captain plaque7 September 1870United KingdomNMRN StoreThe significance of what appear to be asterisks against some of the names is unknown but perhaps is related to the bodies recovered. Originally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998. De profundis ad te clamavi - Sacred to the memory of?. HMS Captain September 7th AD 1870. Captain R A Gorges, Sergeant J Francis, Corporal G Morse. Gunners: W Morris, R Oswald, F Pitchfork, B Porter, J Redrup*, J Rogers, J Rowan*, F Savin*, D Smart, G Turner, J Turner, F Weston, W Wilson. Bombardiers: W Casely, G Davis, A Durkin, T Hoskett, J Gordon, S Grove*, J Hammond, D Hughes, G Jones*, J Knowles, F Lock*, H Misson
HMS CenturionRoyal MarinesUKPortsmouthInscription: The unveiling ceremony for memorial, HMS 'Centurion'
HMS Centurion memorial, dedication1897-1901United KingdomVictoria Park, PortsmouthHMS Centurion, Naval brigade, North China 1900 - Peit Sang, Hsiku Peiyang, Tientsin, Erected by Admiral Sir E H Seymour GCB, 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 whilst gallantly doing their duty in the Naval Brigade, North China 1900, also in memory of those officers and men who died during the commission.
HMS Centurion memorial, marines1897-1901United KingdomVictoria Park, PortsmouthIncludes: Killed or died of wounds; Captain H W H Beyts, RMA; E Lunn, Gunr, RMA; J T Yates Gunr RMA; F W Briggs, Pte, RMLI; F H Foster, Pte, RMLI; E Frisby, Pte, RMLI; G H Hawes, Pte, RMLI
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 Dreadnought memorial1884-1887United KingdomSt Mary's Church, PortsmouthGunner William Charles Soder, RMA/2005, HMS Dreadnought.HMS Dreadnought, Oct 1884-Dec 1887, Mediterranean Station. In memory of - Includes: Willm C Soder, Gunr RM Arty. Erected by their shipmates.
HMS Euryalis memorial1878-1882United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthThis tablet was erected by the Officers and men of HMS Euryalis, Flag Ship in the East Indies 1878-1882, In Memory of their Shipmates. Includes: Gabl Crawley, Pte, RMLI, born Jan.30.50 died Mar.14.80; Jas, Unsworth, Gunr, RMA, born Mar.9.48 died Jan.18.82.
HMS Eurydice Plaque Inscription1878United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthSee HMS Eurydice Plaque, surnames A-M, N-ZEurydice, Officers and Crew who were lost by the foundering of HM Ship Eurydice off Dunose, Isle of Wight, March 24th, 1878.
HMS Eurydice Plaque, surnames A-M1878United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthSee also HMS Eurydice Plaque InscriptionBaker, Charles, Pte; Cowen, John, Pte; Crickmer, Robt, Pte; Elson, John, Pte; Falconer, Geo, Pte; Gould, Henry, Pte; Gowler, Henry, Col Sgt; Graham, John, Pte; Hibburt, Fredk, Pte; Hellier, Thomas, Pte; Howe, Alfred E, Pte; Hull, Wiliam, Pte; Ledger, George, Pte; Madden, James E, Pte.
HMS Eurydice Plaque, surnames N-Z1878United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthSee also HMS Eurydice Plaque InscriptionParker, Edwin, Pte; Russell, Alfred, Pte; Saunders, John, Pte; Smith, Henry, Pte; Taylor, Stephen, Pte; Thorne, Fredk, Pte; Tomlinson, Jas P, Pte; Turner, James, Pte; Wheeler, Isaac, Pte; Woods, George, Pte; Young, John, Pte.
HMS Orlando memorial1899-1902United KingdomVictoria Park, PortsmouthTaku Forts, Tientsin, Defennce of Legations, Pekin. HMS Orlando, North China 1900. Includes: W Gingell, Sergt RMLI (killed Sir E Seymour's Column); N Robinson, Pte RMLI (Killed at Tientsin); A G Sawyer, Pte, RMLI (Legation guard died of wounds)
HMS Orlando MemorialRMLIMaltaUpper Barrakka GardensCapt E F Pritchard Pte W Easterbrook
HMS Penelope memorial, surnames A-K1939-1945United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthMne Tom Bailey, CH/X 3058; Musn Leonard William Blandford, RMB/X 727; Mne George Abraham Brindley, PO/X777; Mne Alfred Frank Brown, CH/X 3102; Mne Frank Cairns, CH/X 2352; Mne Charles Alfred Chant, PO/X 100312; Cpl John Thomas Clewer, PO/X 3207; Mne Stanley Dutton, PO/X 628; Mne Cyril Watson Guest, PO/X 108705; Mne John Victor Horton, PO/X 5120; Mne Arthur Vernon Huddlestone, PO/X 3996; Mne Kenneth William Hurst, CH/X 3842; Mne Joseph Jones, PO/X 108706; Mne Thomas Brian Kelly, PO/X 5096.Roll of Honour, HMS Penelope, 18th February 1944, Constantia et Fide, Captain G D Belben DSO, DSC, AM, RN. Royal Marines: Bailey, T, Mne; Blandford, L W, Musician; Brindley, G A, Mne; Brown, A F, Mne; Cairns, F, Mne; Chant, C A, Mne; Clewer, J T, Cpl; Dutton, S, Mne; Guest, C W, Mne; Horton, J V, Mne; Huddlestone, A V, Mne, Hurst, K W, Mne; Jones, J, Mne; Kelly, T B, Mne;
HMS Penelope memorial, surnames L-ZRoyal Marine Artillery1939-1945United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthBM Cyril James Langford, RMB/X 298; Mne Cyril James Lockyer, PO/X 101729; Mne Leslie Neville Male, PO/X 100106; Musn William Nicholson, RMB/X 1656; Mne George Spencer Charles Pendered, PO/X 5094; Musn Henry Edward Pickett, RMB/2741; Sgt Bernard Walter Patrick Robinson, PO/X 782; Mne Robert Herbert Rock, PO/X 5097; Mne Stephen Sayers, PO/X 108709; Mne Albert Edward Seddon, PO/X 108724; Mne Joseph Woodhouse, PO/X 4302; Mne Peter Wylie, PO/X 108700; Mne Daniel John Soames, PO/X 4825.Langford, C J, Bandmaster; Lockyer, C J, Mne; Male, L N, Cpl; Nicholson, W, Musician; Pendered, G S C, Mne; Pickett, H E, Musician; Robinson, B W P, Sgt; Rock, R H, Mne; Sayers, S, Mne; Seddon, A E, Mne; Woodhouse, J, Mne; Wylie, P, Mne. Also Killed in Action, April 1942, Mediterranean; Soames, D J, Mne.
HMS Powerful memorial1899-1900United KingdomVictoria Park, PortsmouthSouth Africa 1899-1900, Erected by Captain The Hon Hedworth Lambton CC, officers and ship's company of HMS Powerful. To the memory of the officers and men of the Naval Brigades of HMS Powerful who were killed in action or died during the campaign in South Africe, 1899-1900. Includes: A I Brown, J Metcalfe, H Martin, H T Cartwright, W H Barnes, H Greagsbey, H Newman, J Donaldson, all Ptes RMLI
HMS Racer memorial1858-1862United KingdomKingston Cemetery, PortsmouthThis text taken from Memorials of Portsmouth website - the monument inscription is now in poor condition (2021)Erected by the Captain, officers and ships company of HMS Racer to the memory of their shipmates who died by accident and of yellow fever during the commission, 1858-1862. Includes: J A Museum, RMA
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
HMS Shah memorial1876-1879United KingdomVictoria Park, PortsmouthHMS Shah, Commissioned Portsmouth Aug 14th 1876, paid off Portsmouth October 31st 1879. Erected by the officers and ship's company of HMS Shah to the memory of the officers and men who died during the commission in the pacific and in the Zulu War. Includes: Thos Clark, RMA; Phlp Crompton, RMA;
HMS Shannon Memorial_east1857-58United KingdomClarence Esplanade, SouthseaNOTE: In Apr 2021 the inscription was almost totally faded, details are from the Memorials of Portsmouth website.Killed in action: 2 Officers, 6 seaman, 2 marines. Died of wounds: 9 seamen, 1 marine. Died of disease: 2 officers, 70 seaman, 11 marines. Wounded: 7 Officers, 34 seaman, 3 marines. Come we blessed of my Father inherit the Kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the World.
HMS Shannon Memorial_north1857-58United KingdomClarence Esplanade, SouthseaOfficers of the Shannon's Naval Brigade First Party, left ship August 18, 1857. Included: Capt Thomas Carstairs Gray, Lieut William Stirling, plus 54 NCOs and Privates. Thomas Langston, RM was invalided (GSW below left Malleous, fleshy) and Lieut Stirling (GSW calf of leg) and Richard Kelly, RMA (GSW through femoral artery) were killed at Khujwa on 1 Nov 1857. NOTE: In Apr 2021 the inscription was almost totally faded, details are from the Memorials of Portsmouth website.Sacred to the memory of Captn Sir Wm Peel KCB, Capt Thos Grey, Mr M P Garvey, Mate, Mr M A Daniel, MID, the seaman and marines of the Shannon naval Brigade who fell whilst employed in NW Provinces of India during the Mutiny AD 1857. As a tribute to their gallantry this monument is erected by the officers and crew of HMS Shannon 1860
HMS Shannon Memorial_south1857-58United KingdomClarence Esplanade, SouthseaNOTE: In Apr 2021 the inscription was almost totally faded, details are from the Memorials of Portsmouth website.The trophy is made from a gun captured at Lucknow and presented to the Shannon Brigade by Gen Lord Clyde GCB Commander in Chief of the Army
HMS Shannon Memorial_west1857-58United KingdomClarence Esplanade, SouthseaNOTE: In Apr 2021 the inscription was almost totally faded, details are from the Memorials of Portsmouth website.The Shannon's Naval Brigade with 6 8-inch guns and four field pieces left Calcutta for the NW Province Aug 13 1857. Served at the Battle of Kedjiva October, 1857; Relief of Lucknow, Nov 1857; Defeat of the Gwalior Contingent, Dec 1857; Battle of Kallee-Nuddee, Jan 1858; Capture of Lucknow, March 1858, and returned to the Shannon 1858.
HMS Thunderer plaque2 January 1879United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998Ad Majorum Dei Gloriam - In memory of Lieutenant Edward Daniel and Corporal Thomas Bolton Royal Marine Artillery, who were killed by the bursting of a 38 ton gun on board HMS Thunderer in the Sea of Marmora on the 2 January AD 1879
HMS Triumph plaque1878-1882United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthThe upper window was erected to the memory of the men who died during the commission of HMS Triumph, 1878-1882. Includes: Thomas H F Davies, Gunner, RMA; Charles Clegg, Gunner, RMA; Thomas E Wooderson, Gunner, RMA ?.
HMS Victoria memorial_part 122 June 1893United KingdomVictoria Park, PortsmouthTo the officers and men who lost their lives onboard HMS Victoria, June 22nd 1893. Erected by the survivors. Includes: Holness T, Sgt, RMLI; Moran, A E, Sgt RMLI; Cleal, W Cpl RMLI; Heaysman G H, Cpl, RMLI; Witheford, W E, Cpl, RMLI; Weeks, HY, Bomr RMA; the following Grs RMA; Bullett, F W; Bowling, Jno; Bancroft, Alfd; Brown, Willm; Butt, A W; Cole, Fracs; Cox, Chrr W H; Duck, H S; Ellis, Willm; Farley, Edwd; Featherstone, A; Ferguson, W M; Franklin, E W; Gibson, Thos; Humphries, Jas; Jones, A E;
HMS Victoria memorial_part 222 June 1893United KingdomVictoria Park, Portsmouthcont Grs RMA: Lane, Chas; Lodge, Heny; Matsell, J G; Marsh, Geo; Moore, J J E; Peters, Robt J; Savage, Richd; Scambler, J R; Sheldrake, Frd; Vernon, Patk; Williamson, J: the following Pts RMLI: Brewin, A E; Blanchard, WM; Bolding, Thos; Carter, T J; Corcoran, C J; Cousins, Harld; Draper, G T; Elburn, Tom; Evans, John T; Freeland, Geo; Hillery, WM; Hughes, F E B; Liddell, David;
HMS Victoria memorial_part 322 June 1893United KingdomVictoria Park, Portsmouthcont: Pte RMLI: Maidment, Edd; Merritt, H T; Morris, Willm; Pickett, Chas; Prentis, W O; Remington, H E; Snith, F C; Taylor, Harry; Theroulde, H A; Thomas, F L; Thompson, Hy: Vinliner, Jno; Wakeford, Wm; Ward, Elijah; West, Edwd; Williams, Hy. Langford, Hy, Bugr RMA and the following Bugr RMLI; Collins W L; Davis, W J and Lowe, George
HMS Victoria plaque22 June 1893United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998De Profundis Ad Te Clamavi - Sacred to the memory of.. R Savage, A Baker, F W Franklin, A E Jones, A W Butt, C Lane, T Gibson, P Vernon, J J E Moore, A Featherstone, J L Kent, A Bancroft, H Lodge, J Williamson, H S Duck, F Sheldrake, J R Scrambler, W Ferguson, J Humphries, E Farley, J G Matsell, J Bowling, F W Ballet, W Ellis, F Cole, G Marsh, R I Peters, C W H Cox, W Brown; Bomb Henry Weeks, Bugler H Langford. HMS Victoria lost off Tripoli, Syria 22 June AD 1893
HMS Vindictive parapet anchorUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyParapet anchor used by HMS Vindictive during attack on Zeebrugge, 22-23, April 1918.
Holbeton War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Holbeton War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonPO/1750(S) Pte Alfred G P Masters
Hollybrook Lost at Sea Memorial1914-1945United KingdomHollybrook Cemetery, Southampton, HantsLieut John Stephen Samworth Thornely, Chatham Btn RN Div, died 24 Jul 1915. Wounded at Gallipoli on 6 May 1915 (GSW fracture of femur), died on board Hospital Ship Loyalty. See Grave recordIncludes: J S S Thornely, Royal Marines
Holy Trinity Bosham_WW11914-1918United KingdomHoly Trinity Church, BoshamSgt Percy Gardner, RMLI, PO/15628Give Glory to God, all ye who worship here. For that which He wrought for you through these men of Bosham and others such as they and ever hold their names in honour and grateful remembrance whogave their lives for the preservation of the British Empire in the Great War, 1914-1918. Includes: WW1: Percy Gardner
Holy Trinity Bosham_WW21939-1945United KingdomHoly Trinity Church, BoshamMusician Leonard William Cook, RM Band, RMB/X 67; Mne Thomas Stubbington, RM, PO/X 21141In grateful and honoured memory of the men of and from Bosham who gave their lives for the cause of freedom. Grant unto all of us for whom they died thathteir love and devotion may bear fruit in us in more abundant love for others. Requiescant in Pace. Includes: Leonard W Cook; Thomas Stubbington
Honorary Major General George Brydges plaque29 January 1896United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998AIn memory of Major General George Brydges late Col Commandant RMA, died Jan 29th 1896, Aged 64 years. This brass is erected by his widow
Horndean War Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomHorndean, HantsT/Capt George Henry Sulivan, RMLI, 1st RM Bn, RN Div, died 13 Nov 1916, France. Marine George Francis Rich, PO/X 4393, HMS BarhamWW1: Erected by Public subscription to the memory of the men whose names are inscribed who went from this countryside at the call of duty and laid down their lives in the Great War 1914-1919 "In the evening and in the morning we will remember them". WW2: Also to those who fell in the World War 1939-1945. Includes: WW1; G H Sulivan, WW2; Mne G F Rich
Hursley All Saints Memorial1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomAll Saints Church, Hursley, HantsWooden panels either side of the altar. WW1: Pte Edwin T Roud, RMLI, PLY/1442(S). WW2: Mne Albert George Cox, RM, PO/X 109152WW1: Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori, 1914 - 1918. Includes: Pte Edwin T Roud, RMLI. WW2: 1939-1945. Includes: Albert Cox, RM
Hursley Village CrossUnited KingdomHursley, HantsDied: Pte Edwin T Roud, RMLI, PLY/1442(S). Served: Cpl William J Alexander, RMA; Gnr David Brown, RMA; Gnr John Hopkins, RMA; Gnr Francis G Marshall, RMA; Gnr Herbert Pike, RMA; Pte Reginald T Webb, RMLI.In honour of the men of Hursley who fought in the Great War, 1914-1919. Includes: Cpl William J Alexander, RMA; Gnr David Brown, RMA; Gnr John Hopkins, RMA; Gnr Francis G Marshall, RMA; Gnr Herbert Pike, RMA; Pte Edwin Roud, RMLI; Pte Reginald T Webb, RMLI;
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
J Picton PhillipsUKIsle Of Wight
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.
Kapelsche Veer Memorial47 Commando, Royal MarinesNetherlandsKapelche Veer
Kapelsche Veer Plaque47 Commando, Royal MarinesNetherlandsKapelche Veer
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
Knowle Hospital Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomKnowle Village, nr Fareham, HantsGnr Herbert Bedford, RMA/8559 (RMR/B/532), HMS Hogue, died 22 Sep 1914; Pte Ernest William George Day, RMLI, PO/6628 (RMR/B/853), HMS Vicknor, died 13 Jan 1915. There are no RM casualties recorded for WW2. This new village is built around what was opened as the Hampshire County Lunatic Asulum in 1852 and subsequently renamed Knowle Mental Hospital in 1923 and Knowle Hospital in 1948. It finally closed in 1996.Erected to the memory of the members of the staff and those resident on the estate who gave their lives for their Country in the Great War, 1914-1919. Includes: H Bedford, Gunner, RMA; E W G Day, Pte, RMLI.
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 ).
Lagos Engagements memorial1851United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthTo the memory of the officers, seamen and Royal Marines who were killed or mortally wounded in the engagements at Lagos on the West Coast of Africa, AD 1851, This tablet erected by their shipmates and companions in arms. Includes: Francis Bone, Thos Nonely and Wm Wilson, Royal Mar Arty, of HMS Penelope killed 26th December 1851 and W Botters, RMA, HMS Penelope, mortally wounded, 26th December 1851.
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
Langrish St John Plaque1914-1919United KingdomSt John the Evangelist Church, Langrish, HantsGnr F Moore, RMA/14288; Gnr Gabriel Richard Wood, RMA/9761To the everlasting honour of these who died for us the brave sons of Langrish who fell for England during the Great War 1914 to 1918 and we look for the resurection of the dead and the life of the world to come. Includes: F Moore, RMA; G R Wood, RMA
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
Lee on the Solent FAA Memorial1939-1945United KingdomMarine Parade West, Lee on the Solent, HantsMaj Nigel Robert Mackie Skene, DSC, RM; Capt John Richard Owens, RM, HMS Glorious; Capt Richard John William Nott, RM, HMS GloriousThese officers and men of the Fleet Air Arm died in the service of their Country and have no grave but the sea, 1939-1945. Includes: Major Skene, N R M, DSC; Captain Owens, J R; Captain Nott R J W
Lee on the Solent memorial1914-1918United KingdomSeafront Gardens, Lee on the Solent, HantsPte Edward John Coffin, RMLI, PO/10122In Honour and memory of Those of this Parish who fell in the Great War 1914-1918 They died that England might live. Includes: Coffin, E
Lee on the Solent St Faith's memorial1914-1918United KingdomSt Faith's Church, Lee on the Solent, HantsPte Edward John Coffin, RMLI, PO/10122To the memory of the men of Lee who fell 1914-1918 "Greater love hath no man than this", Includes: Coffin E
Lieut Col John Poore plaque4 April 1880United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of Lt Col John Poore RMA who died April 4 1880 aged 49 years
Lieut Col John Poore window4 April 1880United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Andover, HantsSee Lieutenant Colnel John Poore window plaque
Lieut Col John Poore window plaque4 April 1880United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Andover, HantsPlaque sits under two family memorial windows in his parish churchTo the Glory of God: and in memory of Commander John Poore RN who died February, 19, 1875, aged 80; and of Martha Sone Poore his wife who died April 7 1885 aged 81; and of Anne their daughter who died May 8 1844; and of William their son who died May 11 1875; and of their eldest son John Poore Lieut Col Royal Marine Artillery who died at Eastney Barracks, April 4, 1880
Lieut General Robert Henry Darwall CBE DSO plaque2 April 1956United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.In proud memory of Robert Henry Darwall, Lt General, CBE, DSO, Order of the Nile. Served RMLI & RM 1898-1937. Died 2 April 1956
Lieutant E S Hickman & Lieutant W D S MarshallRoyal Marine Artillery1882United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthLieut Edward Shadwell Hickman, born 15 Dec 1858, died 20 Aug 1882 on board HMS Orontes in the Mediterranean. Lieut Walter Dyson Marshall, born 1859, died Bournemouth, 17 Nov 1882. Hickman served on HMS Lord Warden from 4 May 1879 to 30 Sep 1881, Marshall from 1 Oct 1881 to 21 Jul 1882.To the memory of Lieuts E S Hickman and W D S Marshall, RMA, who died from the effects of service in the Egyptian Campaign, 1882. Erected by Capt R P Calor and officers of HMS Lord Warden their former shipmates.
Lieutenant (T) Edgar Jessie Warman mosaic8 August 1918United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsPart of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that this mosaic still exist behind internal walling.In sacred memory of Edgar Jessie Warman Lieut (T) RMA, Killed in action 8th August 1918. ???? Patria. Erected by his parents ?and all? Relatives and the
Lieutenant Alec Talbot Turner AM mosaicHMS Ramillies2 March 1939United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsPart of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that this mosaic still exist behind internal walling.In proud memory of Lieut Alec Talbot Turner AM, Royal Marines. Erected by the Corps of Royal Marines
Lieutenant Alec Talbot Turner AM plaqueHMS Ramillies2 March 1939United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998. See Sergeant C E Young plaqueOn the 2nd March, 1939, as HMS Ramillies was approaching the Grand Harbour, Malta, Sergt C E Young, Royal Marines was struck by a swinging davit and fell overboard. Lieutenant Turner, without hesitation, dived overboard to his assistance. Both lost their lives in a very rough sea. For his gallant action, this officer received the posthumous award of the Albert Medal.
Lieutenant Alfred Bertie Rombulow-Pearse plaqueHMS Ramillies30 September 1897United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of Lieut A B Rombulow-Pearse, RMA, of HMS Ramillies. Born 8th April 1873. Died at Malta 30th September 1897
Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Garrett DSO OBERoyal Marines
Lieutenant Colonel Walter Legh George Huntingford CBE plaque17 March 1933United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.In memory of Walter Legh George Huntingford CBE, Lieutenant Colonel RM, died 17th March 1933
Lieutenant Gilbert Vernon Wildman-Lushington mosaic2 December 1913United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsPart of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and most immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. This mosaic was left uncovered by request of the purchaser of the house unit.In memory of Gilbert Vernon Wildman-Lushington, Lieutenant Royal Marine Artillery who was killed by the fall of his flying mchine at Eastchurch, 2nd December 1913, aged 26. Erected by his brother officers.
Lieutenant Norman Augustus Finch VC MSM plaque15 March 1966United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.In memoriam - Lieutenant Norman Augustus Finch VC MSM, (formerly Royal Mariune Artillery) Zeebrugge, 23rd April 1918. Died 15th march 1966 aged 75. For Valour
Lieutenant Thomas Edward Needham Knox plaque28 September 1929United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Thomas Edward Needham Knox, Lieut Royal Marines, who died of an illness contracted on service in China, September 28th 1929, aged 29 years
Lieutnant John Dawson Hope, HMS PyladesRoyal Marine Artillery1837-1858United KingdomSt Jude's Church, PortsmouthIn sincere sorrow for their untimely deaths this small tribute of affection is erected by their brother officers in testimony of their worth.In a course of service which involved a circuit of the entire globe, the officers of HMS Pylades, mourned the loss by premature death of the following of their shipmates: Lieut John Dawson Hope RMA who died at Calcutta July 5th 1858, aged 21 years. The Revd Andrew le Brocq who died on his homeward passage Sept 19th 1858, aged 33 years. Alexander Jeffreys Esq Pay Mr who died at Vancouver Island April 25th 1859.
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.
Liss St Mary Memorial1914-1920United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Liss, HantsPte Frederick James Sandham, RMLI, PO/14180Jesu Mercy. In glorious memory of / Grant them O Lord pardon, rest & peace.1914-1918 Their name liveth for ever more. Includes: F Sandham
Liss Village Cross1914-1918United KingdomVillage Green, Liss, HantsPte Frederick James Sandham, RMLI, PO/14180To the undying memory of our victorious dead who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1918. Includes: F J Sandham
Little AdenRoyal MarinesAdenSignal Hill, looking back to Scramble Course on left. Pay Parade on right.
London Road Baptist Church memorial1914-1918United KingdomPortsmouth City Museum StorePresumably: Musician Cyril Charles Godman, RM Band, RMB/1541, HMS Bulwark, died 26 Nov 1914, enlisted at Eastney as RMA/12464 prior to transfer to RM School of Music. Photo unavailable Jul 21.War memorial, Sunday School Extension. Sacred to the Memory of those associated with London Road Baptist Church who made the Supreme Sacrifice for God and the Right during the Great War, 1914-1918. Includes: C C Godman, RMA.
Lt Col Collins RM landing at Port Phillip Bay, Sullivan Cove (1)Royal MarinesAustraliaPort Phillip Bay at Sullivan Cove, Melbourne
Lt Col Collins RM landing at Port Phillip Bay, Sullivan Cove (2)Royal MarinesAustraliaPort Phillip Bay at Sullivan Cove, Melbourne
Lt Col Edward Pole Brittan plaque3 September 1911United KingdomNMRN StoreAdjacent to the windows in St Andrew's Church before being removed to Museum store when the church was converted to housing c. 1998. See Lt Col Edward Pole Brittan windowsThe five windows in this Baptistry are dedicated to the Glory of God in memory of, Edward Pole Brittan, Lt Colonel RM Artillery who died 3 September 1911. A tribute fro his comrades in arms
Lt Col Edward Pole Brittan windows (1)3 September 1911United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsThe five windows were installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road. When the building was converted to housing in the 1990s the windows and other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these windows still exist behind internal walling. See Lt Col Edward Pole Brittan plaque
Lt Col Edward Pole Brittan windows (2)3 September 1911United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsThe five windows were installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road. When the building was converted to housing in the 1990s the windows and other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these windows still exist behind internal walling. See Lt Col Edward Pole Brittan plaque
Lychett Matravers MemorialUnited KingdomVictory Square, Lychett Matravers, Purbeck, DorsetWW1: Pte Henry Cooper, PLY/4531, RMLI; Pte Albert Osmond, Ply/1605 (S), RMLI; Pte William Peach, PLY/1460(S), RMLI; WW2: Percy John Gosling, PLY/X 100551, 11th Btn, RM; Afganistan: Cpl Seth Stephens, CGC, RM SBSIn grateful memory of those from Lychett Matravers who gave their lives in the service of their country The Great War 1914-1918: RMs; Henry Cooper; Albert Osmond; William Peach; The Second World War 1939-1945: RM; Percy John Gosling; Killed on Active Service in this Village 1942; Iraq 2003; Afganistan 2010: RM; Cpl Seth Stephens, CGC.
Lymington Town memorial1914-1918United KingdomBy St Thomas's Church, High Street, Lymington, HantsPte Herbert Charles Torah, RMLI, CH/16728. No RMs for WW2To the Glory of God and in grateful memory of the men of this borough who fell in the Great War 1914-1918. Includes: H C Torah, RMLI
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
Lyndhurst War Memorial1914-1918United KingdomBolton's Bench, Lyndhurst, HantsPte George Pullinger PO/15500, RMLI, HMS Good Hope, lost 1 Nov 1914; Pte Thomas Frederick Turton, PO/16707, RMLI, HMS Invincible, lost 31 May 1916.1914 - 1918, Their Name Liveth for Evermore. Includes: Pte G Pullinger, RMLI; Pte T F Turton, RMLI
Major & Brevet Lieutenant Colonel H F Mackay plaque9 October 1910United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.In memory of Major & Bt Lieut Colonel H F Mackay, Royal Marine Artillery, who died October 9th 1910. Aged 45 years. Erected by his brother officers
Major Evelyn James Wheelock Noble plaque1848-1896United KingdomNMRN StorePlaced under the window/s in St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998 The above window was formerly in three triangular lights in the chancel of the round wooden RMA Church
Major Evelyn James Wheelock Noble window1848-1896United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsStained glass window originally made in a triangular configuration for the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then re-configured into St Andrew's Church in 1904. When the building was converted to housing in the 1990s the windows and other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these windows still exist behind internal walling.October 1896, aged 47 years - photograph of insufficient resolution to read the full inscription
Major General Gunning Morehead Campbell CB mosaics (1)29 November 1920United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsThese two mosaics were part of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these mosaics still exist behind internal walling.In memory of Major General Gunning Morehead Campbell, CB, Commandant Royal Marine Artillery from 24th September 1917 to 1st July 1920. ADC to His Majesty King George V
Major General Gunning Morehead Campbell CB mosaics (2)29 November 1920United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsThese two mosaics were part of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these mosaics still exist behind internal walling.Appointed Adjutant General Royal Marines on 2nd July 1920 and died while serving on 29th November 1920, aged 57 years. These panes are erected to his memory by past and present officers of the Royal Marines.
Major General Sir Archibald Paris KCB mosaic30 October 1937United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsPart of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that this mosaic still exist behind internal walling.In memory of Major General Sir Archibald Paris KCB, Royal Marines, who died on the 30th October 1937, aged 75 years. Erected by all ranks of the Royal Marines & the Royal Naval Division
Major General Sir Francis Worgan Festing, KCMG, CB memorial21 November 1886United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of Major General Sir Francis Worgan Festing Esquire, Royal Marine Artillery KCMG CB Knight of the Legion of Honour who died on the 21st November AD 1886 aged 53 years. Erected by his brother officers "Thanks Be to God which gives us the victory (through) our lord Jesus Christ"
Major George Dalhousie Churchill Raitt plaque15 June 1897United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of G D C Raitt Major Royal Marine Artillery, Born 7 Nov 1854, Died 15 June 1897, erected by his brother officers
Major Gordon Manners Shipley Douglas plaque8 January 1892United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998To the memory of Gordon Manners Shipley Douglas, Major, Royal Marine Artillery, who died 8 January 1892 aged 44 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers in affectionate remembance
Major John LeCocq Robilliard plaqueHMS Nelson11 September 1887United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of Major John Le Cocq Robilliard, Royal Marine Artillery, who was drowned at Port Jervis Sydney NSW on 11 Sep 1887 whilst serving in HMS Nelson
Major John LeCocq Robilliard, St Jude's plaqueHMS Nelson11 September 1887United KingdomSt Jude's Church, Southsea, HantsIn Memory of Major John Le Cocq Robilliard of the Royal Marine Artillery, serving in Her Majesty's Ship Nelson who was drowned by the capsizing of a boat in Jervis Bay New South Wales on the 11 September 1887. Aged 39 years. Erected by the officers of HMS Nelson.
Major R E Kilvert DSO candlesticksUnited KingdomUnknownThe Major R E Kilvert DSO RMA plaque records "candlesticks in the Sanctuary" in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road. But their current whereabouts are unknown. Unknown
Major R E Kilvert DSO plaqueUnited KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998. See Major R E Kilvert DSO candlesticksThe candlesticks in the Sanctuary were given in memory of Major R E Kilvert DSO RMA by the officers of the Royal Marine Artillery, 1923
Major Staunton Alastair Field plaque29 January 1938United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.In memory of Staunton Alastair Field, Major Royal Marines, beloved and only son of Colonel Cyril ? and Violet Field. Born 19th March, died 29th January 1938
Malta GCRoyal MarinesMalta GCVallettaDisplay case and Book of Remembrance, St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral, Malta
Marine G C Butler & Corporal R H Turner1939-1945United KingdomSt Thomas's Cathedral, PortsmouthCity of Portsmouth Electricity Service Roll of Honour, 1939-1945, Employees killed by enemy action. Includes: Mne G C Butler RM, died 23.8.43, age 24, in North Africa; Cpl R H Turner, RM, died 18.8.45, age 26, killed in plane crash in India.
Martin All Saints Roll of Honour Book1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomAll Saints Church, Martin, HantsHand-written book kept in glass-topped desk with typed contents in drawer beneath. Includes those who 'served'. WW1: Probably: Fred Martin, RMLI, PO/7118; Robert Martin, RMLI, PO/7206. WW2: Norman Harris, RMRoll of Honour Book, 1914-1918 & 1939-1945
Martin All Saints Roll of Honour WW11914-1918United KingdomAll Saints Church, Martin, HantsBoth listed as 'served' not killed. Probably: Fred Martin, RMLI, PO/7118; Robert Martin, RMLI, PO/7206.Martin Roll of Honour, The Great War 1914-1918. Includes: Fred Martin, RMLI; Robert Martin, RMLI.
Mary Tavy War Memorial 1RMLI UKDevon
Mary Tavy War Memorial 2RMLI UKDevonPly/94(S) Pte Joseph Eggett
Memorial Foncquevillers British Cemetery France
Memorial Forceville Communal British Cemetery France
Memorial Garden Royal MarinesUntited KingdomRM 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 plaqueUnited KingdomRM Museum, SouthseaThe Memorial Garden, Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire. Opened by His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Captain General, Royal Marines, Tuesday 16 May, 1995This Memorial Garden was opened by His Royal Highness Prince Phillip Captain General Royal Marines on Tuesday 16 May 1995. This garden was initiated and supported by Hampshire County Council, Leader Councillor Mike Hancock CBE
Memorial Gommercourt British Cemetery France
Memorial Gouzeaucourt New British Cemetery France
Memorial Grevillers British Cemetery France
Memorial Guards Cemetery FranceLesboeufs
Memorial HAC Cemetery FranceEcoust-St-Mein
Memorial Hebuterne Military Cemetery France
Memorial Hedauville Communal Cemetery France
Memorial Hermies Hill British Cemetery France
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 Knightsbridge Mesnil-Martinsart Cemetery France
Memorial London Cemetery FranceLongueval
Memorial Lonsdale Authuile France
Memorial Mailly Wood Cemetery France
Memorial Mailly-Mallet Cemetery Extension France
Memorial Maroeuil British Cemetery France
Memorial Martinsart British Cemetery France
Memorial Mesnil Communal Cemetery France
Memorial Metz-en-Couture Communal Cemetery Extension France
Memorial Mindel Trench British Cemetery France
Memorial Moeuvres British Cemetery France
Memorial Naval Trench British Cemetery France
Memorial Neuville - Bourjonval British Cemetery FranceBourjonval
Memorial Orival Wood British Cemetery FranceFlesquieres
Memorial Plaque St John the Evangelist Church Gosport, Hampshire 1RMLI United KingdomHampshireL/Sgt Patrick Lanigan Eldridge Tizard PO/15205
Memorial Plaque St John the Evangelist Church Gosport, Hampshire 2RMLI United KingdomHampshireBand 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 Point-du-Jour Military Cemetery FranceAthies
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.
Meonstoke War Memorial1914-1918United KingdomSt Andrew's Church, Meonstoke, HantsCpl Samuel Smith, RMLI, PO/14547, 4th RM Btn, died 23 April 1918. Buried St Andrew's Church, Meonstoke. There are no RMs in the WW2 inscriptionTo The Glory of God and in Memory of the men of this parish who fell in the war 1914-1918. Includes: Corpl S Smith, RMLI.
Merry Oak Senior School Roll of Honour1939-1945United KingdomBitterne Local History Museum, Bitterne, Southampton, HantsMne Leslie Herbert Franklin, PO/X 115045Roll of Honour, On Active Service & By Enemy Action. Includes: Leslie Franklin, Royal Marines, Aug '43
Michelmersh St Marys Plaque1914-1918United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Michelmersh, HantsGnr Robert H Garland, RMA/16689. Buried in St Mary's churchyard alongside his brother Frank Garland RGA.To the Glory of God and sacred to the memory of the men from this Parish who died in the service of King & Country during the Great War, 1914-1918. Includes: Robert H Garland.
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.
Milos Memorial - Raid from HMS EastonRoyal MarinesGreeceGreek island of MilosThe memorial relates to a raid from HMS Easton, led by Capt. A Bell RM, on 13th November 1944. The site is situated on mount Topokas
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
Netley Marsh Memorial1914-1918United KingdomNetley Marsh, HantsPte Rupert Stephen Effemy, PO/509(S), Victory RM Brigade, KIA 3 May 1915In memory of those of this parish who fell in the Great War 1914-1918. Includes: R Effemy, RMLI
Netley Marsh St Matthew Roll of Honour1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Matthew's Church, Netley Marsh, HantsWW1: Pte Rupert Stephen Effemy, PO/509(S). No WW2 RMsThe Names of the men of this Parish who gave their lives in the two Great Wars, 1914-1918 & 1939-1945. Includes: Rupert S Effemy
New Milton Memorial1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomRecreation Ground, New Milton, HantsWW1: Pte Frank Carter, RMLI, PO/8798. WW2: Mne Bertram William Hardy, PO/21676In memory of those of this parish who gave their lives in the Great Wars 1914-1918, 1939-1945, They died for freedom and honour. Includes: WW1: Frank Carter; WW2: B Hardy
New Milton St Mary Plaque WW11914-1918United KingdomSt Mary Magdalene Church, New Milton, HantsPte Frank Carter, RMLI, PO/8798.To the Glory of God and in honoured memory of the men of this parish who fell in the Great War. Includes: Pte F Carter, RMLI
New Milton St Mary Plaque WW21939-1945United KingdomSt Mary Magdalene Church, New Milton, HantsMne Bertram William Hardy, PO/21676. To the Glory of God and in honoured memory of the men and women of Milton who gave their lives in the second world war 1939-45. Includes: Hardy, B, Royal Marines
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
Newtown (Fareham) Pulpitt1914-1919United KingdomHoly Trinity Church, Newtown, Fareham, HantsGunner George Wallace Pyle, RMA, RMA/1935(S)AM+DG, This pulpit is given by William Pyle of Hoegate and his wife and family in proud and loving memory of their eldest son and brother George Wallace gunner RMA who died of wounds received at Wassigny nr St Quentin on 12 October 1918 and whose body lies at Vadencourt Cemetery, France, aged 23 years. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends, John 15.13
Newtown (Fareham) War memorial1914-1919United KingdomHoly Trinity Church, Newtown, Fareham, HantsThe memorial consists of two brass plaques mounted either side of the Church gate. Gunner George Wallace Pyle, RMA, RMA/1935(S), 1st RM Howitzer Bde, died 12 Oct 1918, France. There are no RMs in the WW2 inscriptionThe Great War 1914-1918. Inscription includes: Gunner George Wallace Pyle, RMA
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.
Old Netley Plaque WW11914-1918United KingdomSt Mary the Virgin Church, Hound, Netley, HantsPte Gilbert Charles Sandom, RMLI, PO/15853Lest we forget the following Men of Old Netley 1914-1918. Includes: G Sandom
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
Peartree Chapel Cross1914-1919United KingdomPeartree Chapel, Peartree Green, Southampton, HantsPte Albert Guy, RM, PO/8245 (RMR/B/596; Gnr James Henry Shea, RMA, MA/8154To the Greater Glory of God and in blessed memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives in the war 1914-1918 Lord grant them eternal rest, Let light perpetual shine upon them. Their Name Liveth for Evermore. Includes: A Guy; J H Shea.
Peartree Chapel Memorial1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomPeartree Chapel, Peartree Green, Southampton, HantsPte Albert Guy, RM, PO/8245 (RMR/B/596); Gnr James Henry Shea, RMA, MA/8154. Probably Mne James Parker, PO/X 294For God King and Country. Greater love hath no man than this. The Heroic Dead. At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them. When you go home tell them of us and say For your tomorrow we gave our today. Includes: WW1: A Guy; J M Shea. WW2: J Parker
Peking LegationRoyal MarinesChinaPlease double-click in the 'Image' area below to open the attached word document.
Pembroke Military Cemetery Malta GCRoyal MarinesMalta GCPembroke
Pennington St Mark's Memorial1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Mark's Churchyard, Pennington, Lymington, HantsPte Herbert Charles Torah, RMLI, CH/16728, HMS Formidable, died 1 Jan 1915. No RMs for WW2This cross is erected by Parishioners of Pennington in thankful memory of those who fell in the Great War (1914-1918) and whose names are here inscribed. Includes: H Torah, Jan 1st 1915.
Pennington St Marks Plaque WW11914-1918United KingdomSt Mark's Church, Pennington, Lymington, HantsNames differ from those on Pennington St Mark's memorial. Pte Herbert Charles Torah, RMLI, CH/16728; Bombadier George Henry Buckell, RMA/10679. No RMs for WW2To the Glory of God and in proud memory of Pennington men who gave their lives for their Country 1914-1918. Includes: H Torah; G H Buckell
Petersfield St Peters Plaque1914-1918United KingdomSt Peter's Church, Petersfield, HantsWW1: Pte John Caine, RMLI, PO/1262S; Gunner Tom Hill, RMA/8162; Pte Thomas Henry Howgill, RMLI, CH/2217(S); Pte Albert Powell, RMLI, PO/9440 (RMR/B/809).To the glorious memory of the men of Petersfield who gave their lives in the Great War, 1914-1918. They loved not their lives unto the death. Includes: J Caine; T Hill; T Howgill, A Powell,
Petersfield Town Memorial1914-1918, 1939-post 1945United KingdomPetersfield Town Centre, HantsPte John Caine, PO/1262S; Pte Thomas H Howgill, RMLI, CH/2217(S); Pte Albert Powell, RMLI, PO/9440 (RMR/B/809). Sgt Gerald E Coombes, RM, PO/X22638; Sgt John J Coombes, RM, PO/X 1088; Mne Percy G Marsh, RM, PO/22660. Mne Richard Hollington, RM, Bravo Coy, 40 CdoTo the honoured memory of the Petersfield men who gave their lives in the Great War, 1914-1919. Friends of the dead in fragrant memory keep their names the harvest of whose death ye reap but only with a world more worthy made by us shall this great sacrifice be paid (G R Haines) Includes: W Baker; J Caine; T Howgill; A Powell. 1939-1945, Includes: Coombes, G E; Coombes, I J; Marsh, P G. Afganistan, 2010: R Hollington
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
Portchester memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Portchester, HantsWW1: Gunner George H Cooper, RMA/7267. WW2: Sgt George Edward Allison, PO/X 1752; Bandmaster 1st class Arthur Charles Black, RMB/1611; Musc William James Branchflower, RMB/484; Musc Frederick Brown, RMB/2362; Mne Henry William Bullock, PO/X 546; Mne Basil Samuel Creswell Cook, PO/X 2624; Sgt Reginald William Palmer, PO/X 1063; Mne Harold York Patten, PO/X 101730; Sgt Frederick Henry Preston, PO/21824; Mne William Ebenezer Whale, PO/X 648. This memorial is unusual in having more WW2 than WW1 casualties.To the Glory of God and in grateful memory of the following who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1918. This tablet is erected in their honour, "Their name liveth for evermore". Live thou for England, we for England died. Includes: WW1; George H Cooper, Gunner, RMA. WW2: George Edward Allison; Arthur Charles Black; William James Branchflower; Frederick Brown; Henry William Bullock; Basil Samuel Creswell Cook; Reginald William Palmer; Harold York Patten; Frederick Henry Preston; William Ebenezer Whale.
Portsmouth CathedralRoyal MarinesUnited KingdomPortsmouthMemorial is a small granite plaque in a wooden frame standing at ground level in front grounds of Portsmouth Cathedral, Old Portsmouth, Hampshire
Portsmouth Cathedral Cross1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Thomas's Cathedral, Old Portsmouth, HantsPte Frederick Stewart Aspinall, RMLI, PO/12580; Pte Alexander George Bain, RMLI, PO/7542 (RMR/PO/B/1024); Pte Horace Robert Brown, RMLI, PO/1429(S); Cpl Robert Lewis Gooch, RMLI, PLY/16852; Pte Thomas Henry Kitchingham, RMLI; Lieut James Frederick Sutcliffe, RMLI, Portsmouth Bn; Col Sgt James John Welch, RMLI, PO/12543To the Glory of God and the immortal memory of those who went forth for us to fight and die for freedom and honour and peace in the Great War, 1914-1918. Includes: F S Aspinall; A G Bain; H R Brown; R L Gooch; T H Kitchingham; J F Sutcliffe; J J Welch. No RMs for WW2.
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW1_A1914-1920United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsPte Henry Adams, RMLI, PLY/1773(S); Bdr George Edward Alderman, RMA/10119; Pte Frederick Ames (served as Frederick Warren), RMLI, PO/10020; Pte William John Amey, RMLI, PO/15312; Cpl Charles Mark Ash, RMA/4314; Sgt Charles Edward Ashman, RMLI, PO/15163; Pte James Lockhart Ashton, RMLI, PO/9947 (RMR PO/B/1108); Gnr William Henry Aston, RMA/5117; Sgt Arthur Clare Atkins, RMA/8852; Sgt Albert Edward Avery, RMA/8078This memorial was erected bythe people of Portsmouth in proud and loving memory of those who in the glorious morning of their days for Englands sake lost all but Englands praise May light perpetual shine upon them. Their name liveth for evermore. Includes: Adams, H; Alderman, G E; Ames, F (served as Frederick Warren); Amey, W J; Ash, C M: Ashman, C E; Ashton, J L; Aston, W H; Atkins, A C; Avery, A E
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW1_B-G1914-1920United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsGnr George Ernest Percy Backhouse, RMA/7532; Pte Alexander George Bain, RMLI, PO/7542; Sgt William Charles Ballard, RMA/8600; Pte Frederick William Bendall, RMLI, PO/2277(S), Pte William John Clarke, RMLI, PO/11179; Pte John Leslie Cresswell, RMLI, PO/15838; Lieut William Henry Dollery, RMLI; QMS John Bishop Elmer, RMA/1304 (RMR/A/0321); Cpl Arthur Henry Gubby, RMLI, PO/16652;Their name liveth for evermore. Includes: Backhouse, G; Bain, A G; Ballard, W C; Bendall, F W; Clarke, W J; Cresswell, J L; Dollery, W H; Elmer, J B; Gubby, A H.
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW1_K-L1914-1920United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsPte John Kean, RMLI, PO/13732; Pte Samuel Kelley, RMLI, PO/3793; Bdr Edward Kennedy, RMA/10168; Pte Walter H Kingswell, RMLI, PLY/2123 (S); Pte Thomas H Kitchingham, RMLI, PO/16658; Pte Albion H Knight, RMLI, PO/10412; Poss Pte Henry Knight, RMLI, PO/14081; Driver Frederick G Lamb, RMA/1370(S); Pte John A Laming, RMLI, PO/7901; Gnr William E Lampey, RMA/1739(S); Pte George Lane, RMLI, PO/9337; Pte William K Lane (W R on meml), RMLI, PO/16557; Cpl Walter J Lloyd, RMLI, PO/4669 (RMR/A/690)Their name liveth for evermore. Includes: Kean, J; Kelly, S; Kennedy, E; Kingswell, Walter; Kitchingham, T H; Knight A H (Stoker, RN on meml); Knight, H; Lamb, F G; Laming, J A; Lampey, W E; Lane: G; Lane, W K (W R on Meml); Lloyd, W J
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW1_M-O1914-1920United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsPte William John Merritt, RMLI, PO/16811; Sgt Albert William Newton, RMLI, CH/17111; Comm RM Gnr Albert Edward Nixon, RMA, HMS Invincible; Pte James Percival Oakley, RMLI, PO/16997; Pte Bertie Oram, RMLI, PO/17178; Cpl Frederick John Osborne, RMA/5103; Pte Ernest Oxford, RMLI, PO/16421Their name liveth for evermore. Includes: Merritt, W J; Newton, A W; Nixon, A E; Oakley, J P; Oram, B; Osborne, F J; Oxford, E.
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW1_R-T1914-1920United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsGnr William Robert Rippon, RMA/12206; Gnr Ernest Henry Rogers, RMA/8054; Pte George Rowe, RMLI, PO/6361; Pte John T Ruff, RMLI, PO/15267; Sgt Robert Eli Sanders, RMLI, PO/14042; Pte William Henry Dempsey Sanders, RMLI, PO/15062; Sgt William Nelson Timothy Santry, RMLI, PO/13764; Gnr James Henry Shea, RMA/8154; Bugler Cyril Vernon Tawney, RMLI, PO/18659Their name liveth for evermore. Includes: Rippon, W R; Rogers, E H; Rowe, G; Ruff, J T; Sanders, R E; Sanders, W H D; Santry, W N T; Shea, J H; Tawney, C V
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW1_V-Y1914-1920United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsLance Cpl Arthur Denzil Vasey, RMLI, PO/18271; Bandmaster 1st Class John Thomas Vitou, RM Band, RMB/312; Pte Henry Albert Wake, RMLI, PLY/1940(S); Sgt Reginald Douglas Walker, RMA/8862; Pte James Henry Whippy, RMLI, PO/8602 (RMR/B/1453); Gnr Alfred Young, RMA/9891Their name liveth for evermore. Includes: Vasey, A D; Vitou, J T; Wake, H A; Walker, R D; Whippy, J H; Young, A
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_A-Bo1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsSgt Sydney William Allen, RM, PO/X 922; Lance Cpl Edward William Ambler, RM Eng Cdo, PO/X 101922; Mne Edward Annalls, RM, PO/18094; Mne John Atkinson, RM, PO/20804; Musn Albert Bailey, RM Band, RMB/X/161; Col Sgt Frederick Willie Bird, RM, PO/27356; Sgt Christopher John Blake, RM, PO/X 2146; Musician Leonard William Blandford, RM Band, RMB/X 727; Mne Alfred Arthur Bocutt, RM, PO/21632 (Boucutton on meml); Mne Leonard Bovingdon, RM, PO/214060In memory of the service men and women and the citizens of Portsmouth who gave their lives in defence of their country during World War II. Includes: Allen, S W; Ambler, E W; Annals, E; Atkinson, J; Bailey, A; Bird, F W; Blake, C J; Blandford L W; Bocutt, A A (Boucutton on meml); Bovingdon, L
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_Br-C1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsSgt Arthur John Bradley, RM, PO/X 4118; Mne George Cornelius Butler, RM, EX/3014; Mne Herbert Ralph Cann, RM, PO/22722; Bandmaster Ronald Herbert Chard, RM Band, RMBX/182; Sgt Frederick Arthur Charles, RM, PO/X 2092; Mne Samuel George Chowings, RM, PO/X 100333; Mne Basil Samuel Creswell Cook, RM, PO/X 2624; Mne Reginald Charles Cripps, RM, EX/3101; Bradley, A J; Butler, G C; Cann, H R; Chard, R H; Charles, F A; Chowings, S G; Cook, B S C; Cripps, R C
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_D1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsCol Sgt Herbert Frederick Davies, RM, PO/22648; Boy Bugler Kenneth James Davies, RM, PO/X 4687; Cpl Robert Davison, RM, PO/X 762; Cpl Thomas Herbert Day, RM, PO/X 216902; Cpl Leslie Conningsby Denny, RM, PO/X 3922; Mne Frederick William Charles Derrick, RM, PO/X 114089; Musn Archie Arnold John Discombe, RM Band, RMB/X 528; Band Cpl Herbert Lionel John Duxbury, RMB/X 83; Mne Joseph John Dyer, PO/216734; Davies, H F; Davies, K J; Davison, R; Day, T H; Denny, L C; Derrick, F W C; Discombe, A A J; Duxbury, H L J; Dyer, J J
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_E-Gi1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsMne Albert Charles Emery, RM, EX/5180; Mne William George England, RM, PO/X 606; BM Albert Charles Erridge, RNB/X 145; Mne Arthur Frederick Foster, RM, PLY/X 1554; Mne James Freeman, RM, PO/22180; Mne Percy Harold French, RM, EX/5182; Constable Alfred Reginald Fydo, RM Police, PO/212598; Band Cpl Hubert Reginald Gardner, RM Band, RMB/X 59; Musn Kenneth John Gardner, RM Band, RMB/X 995; Cpl William Ernest Gibbon, RM, PO/X 247Emery, A C; England, W G; Erridge, A C; Foster, A F; Freeman, J; French, P H; Fydo, A R; Gardner, H R; Gardner, K J; Gibbon, W E
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_Gl-Hi1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsCapt Frederick Gleave, RM, PLY/22775; Mne Bernard E Charles Good, RM, PO/X 1852; Comm RM Gunner George Gordon, died 30 Jul 1945; Mne William A Gover, RM, PO/X 4040; Mne William A Hall, RM, PO/X 109708; Col Sgt Edwin N Hallford, RM, PO/21209; Mne Sidney R Harding, RM, PO/X 185; Musn Reginald L Harriman, RMB/X 690; poss Mne William Harris, RM, PO/X 4153; Sgt William H Harris, RM, PO/X 1139; Mne Joseph W Hazelwood, RM, PO/29169; Mne William B Hewson, RM, PO/X 2397; poss Mne Frederick J Hiscock, RM, PO/X 1849Gleave, F; Good, B E C; Gordon, G; Gover, W A; Hall, W A; Hallford, E N; Harding, S R; Harriman, R L; Harris, W; Harris, W H; Hazelwood, J W; Hewson, W B; Hiscock, F J
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_Hu-J1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsCpl Francis William Hudson, RM, PLY/X 1157; Mne William Frederick Hughes, RM, PO/X 1816; Mne Richard George William Isted, RM, PO/X 2312; Mne George Stanley Jackson, RM, PO/X 3337; QMS Sydney Edward Jaggard, RM, PO/2014769; poss Sgt Joseph Henry Jenkins, RM, PLY/14403; Musn Ronald Charles John Jerrard, RM Band, RMB/X 46; BM Donald Frederick Joyce, RM Band, RMB/3032; Hudson, F W; Hughes, W F; Isted, R G W; Jackson, G S; Jaggard, S E; Jenkins, J H; Jerrard, R C J; Joyce, D F
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_L-Ma1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsMne William Walter Lambard, RM, CH/X 1663; Musn Bernard William Long, RM Band, RMB/X 234; Musn George Henry Long, RM Band, RMB/X 945; Lieut Norman Harry Longland, RM, 40 RM Cdo; Sgt Andrew Lymburn, RM, PO/21698; Sgt John Henry Thomas Maker, RM, PLY/X 802; Mne Richard Arthur Manser, RM, PO/X 100888; Mne James William Marsh, RM, PO/21181; Musn Bernard James Mason, RM Band, RMB/X 1039; Lambard, W W; Long, B W; Long, G H; Longland, N H; Lymburn, A; Maker, J H T; Manser, R A; Marsh, J W; Mason, B J
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_Me-N1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsBand Cpl Denis Richard Metherell, RM Band, RMB/X 356; QMS Raymond Percy Milbourne, RM, CH/X 314(T); Boy Bugler George Roy Miller, PO/X 3320; Major Frank Andrew Milliken, RM, HMS Nelson; Lieut Arthur Moore, RM, died 18 Feb 1945, Australia; Musn Arthur Frank Moore, RM Band, RMB/X 149; Mne Leonard George Moore, RM, PO/20158; Mne Robert Stanley Neale, RM, PO/22454; Mne Walter Harry Newman, RM, PO/214653Metherell, D R; Milbourne, R P; Miller, G R; Milliken, F A; Moore, A; Moore, A F; Moore, L G; Neale, R S; Newman, W H
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_O-Po1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsMne Herbert Outen, RM, PO/X 4133; Bugler Norman Donald Owens, RM, CH/X 1141; Col Sgt Harold Frank Paice, RM, PO/216276; Musn John Robert Paine, RM Band, RMB/X 627; Band Cpl John Hamilton Hodgson Paumier, RM Band, RMB/X 250; Mne Harry Payne, RM, PLY/X 103398; Sgt Jack Peel, RM, PO/X 288; Mne Francis Graham Penny, RM, PO/18637; Musn Ronald James Perry, RM Band, RMB/X 1185; Mne Reginald Joseph Poar, RM, PO/215898; Capt James G B Powell, RM, HMS Belfast; Band Cpl Richard Powell, RM Band, RMB/X 479Outen, H, Owens, N D; Paice, H F; Paine, J R; Paumier, J H H; Payne, H; Peel, J; Penny, F G; Perry, R J; Poar, R J; Powell, J G B; Powell, R
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_Pr-R1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsMne Edward James Preston, RM, PO/16614; Col Sgt William George Pyle, RM, PO/210460; Col Sgt Leslie Ernest Rappe, RM, PO/216848; Mne William Charles Redman, RM, PO/X 1857; Mne William Henry Rhodes, RM, PO/21781; Mne George Wilfred Richardson, RM, PO/16252; Col Sgt William Ludwig Ring, RM, PO/212883; Mne Stephen Ernest Ripiner, RM, PO/X 101132; Cpl George John Roberts, RM, PO/X 1110; BM Frank Charles Roe, RM Band, RMB/2927; Mne Arthur Frederick Rundle, RM, PO/X 3358Preston, E J; Pyle, W G; Rappe, L E; Redman, W C; Rhodes, W H; Richardson, G W; Ring, W L; Ripiner, S E; Roberts, G J; Roe, F C; Rundle, A F
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_S1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsMne Frederick William Charles Sandford, RM, PO/22370; Cpl Stanley Isherwood Selby, RM, PO/X 1694; Lieut Ian Granville Sharp, RM, died 11 Jun 1943; Mne Benjamin Thomas Smith, RM, PO/X 1564; CSM Henry John Smith, RM, PO/22053; Mne Stanley Alfred Stallard, RM, PO/X 2335; Sgt Berkeley William John Stevens, RM Police, PO/RMP/X 474; Col Sgt Harold Stuart Patrick Stevens, RM, PO/214661Sandford, F W C; Selby, S I; Sharp, I G; Smith, B T; Smith, H J; Stallard, S A; Stevens, B W J; Stevens, H S P
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_T-V1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsMne John Patrick Taylor, RM, PO/X 118041; Mne Alfred Edward Tindall, RM, PO/X 103001; Mne William Samuel Tuckwood, RM, PO/X 2247; Cpl Ronald Henry Turner, RM, EX/1021; Capt Alfred Frederick Vickery, RM, died 27 Oct 1944, age 65; Taylor, J P; Tindall, A E; Tuckwood, W S; Turner, R H; Vickery, A F
Portsmouth Cenotaph WW2_W-Y1939-1945United KingdomGuildhall Square, Portsmouth, HantsMusn Arthur Victor Walter, RM Band, RMB/X 650; Mne Victor Patrick Waterman, RM, PO/X 3043; Mne Arthur Wearn, RM, PO/X 1941; Band Cpl Cyril Ronald Martyn West, RM Band, RMB/X 373; Sgt Kenneth Edwin Yerbury, RM, PO/X 282Walter, A V; Waterman, V P; Wearn, A; West; C R M; Yerbury, K E
Portsmouth Division RMLI Colours (1)United KingdomNMRN StorePlaque positioned under the Colours. Originally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.The Colours of Portsmouth Division RMLI, Presented by HM Queen Victoria at Osborne House, Isle of Wight on 22nd August 1894 which were laid up in St Andrew's Church, Eastney on 10th January 1932
Portsmouth Division RMLI Colours (2)United KingdomNMRN StoreColours positioned over the Plaque. Originally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.
Portsmouth Naval MemorialRoyal MarinesUnited KingdomPortsmouthThere 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.
Prague Military CemeteryCzech RepublicPrague
Privett Holy Trinity Roll of Honour1914-1918United KingdomHoly Trinity Church, Privett, HantsPte William George Bundy, RMLI, PO/17233. Holy Trinity is a redundant church that is being restored by the Churches Restoration Trust. Normally open every day.Roll Of Honour, 1914-1918, gave their lives. Includes: W Bundy
Puchevillers British Cemetery FrancePuchevillers
Puchevillers British CemeteryFrance
Purbrook War Memorial_gate1914-1919United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Purbrook, HantsPrivate Richard William Joseph Mortimore Bone, PO/15058, RMLI, HMS Cochrane. Buried in churchyard - see Graves databaseIncludes: Pte R Bone, RMLI
Quartermaster William Kay Healey plaque12 October 1876United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998To the memory of William Kay Healey, Quarter Master in the Royal Marine Artillery who died 12 October 1876 aged 59 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers to mark their estimation of a long and honorable career of 41 years and as a token of affection and sincere regard.
Queant Communal Cemetery ExtensionFrance
Queant Road Communal CemeteryFrance
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
Richard G Fice kneeler1989United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthMusician Richard George Fice, one of eleven RM Bandsmen killed by an IRA bomb at the RM School of Music on 22 Sep 1989.Richard G Fice, School of Music, Deal
Richard Hollington Plaque2010United KingdomAll Saints Church, Steep, Petersfield, HantsMarine Richard Hollington, born 26 Dec 1986. In memory of Marine Richard Hollington, aged 23. Who died of wounds sustained in action in Afghanistan, 20th June 2010
Ringwood Memorial Cross1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomPark, Christchurch Road, Ringwood, HantsWW1: Pte Joseph Mew, RMLI, PO/16469; Musician Ralph Frederick Fall Perrett, RM Band, RMB/1498; Pte Ernest George Saint, RMLI, PO/17066; Band Cpl Thomas Henry Smith, RMB/1294; Cpl Frederick Ernest Victor Wilcox, DSM, MID, RMLI, PO/16936. WW2: Mne Harold Leslie Skeats, RM, PO/X 1845, died 1 Dec 1942 (buried Ringwood Cemetery) WW1: In grateful memory of the men of Ringwood who lost their lives for their King and Country in the Great War, 1914-1918. Includes: Mew, J; Perrett, R F F; Saint, E G; Smith, T H; Wilcox, F E V. WW2: Roll of Honour, 1939-1945. Includes: Skeats, H E.
RM Bandsmen Deal Kneeler1989United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthIn memory of the eleven Bandsmen killed by an IRA bomb at the RM School of Music on 22 Sep 1989. Band Cpl John Andrew Cleatheroe; Band Cpl Trevor James Edward Davis; Band Cpl David McMillan; Band Cpl Dean Patrick Pavey; Musn Michael Francis Ball; Musn Richard George Fice; Musn Richard Mark Jones; Musn Christopher Robert Nolan; Musn Mark Timothy Petch; Musn Timothy John Reeves; Musn Robert Leslie Simmonds.Royal Marines: Corporals: Dave McMillan; Trevor Davis; Dean Pavey; Musicians: Mark Petch; Mick Ball; Christopher Nolan; Andy Cleatheroe; Richard Jones; Bob Simmonds; Richard Fice; Tim Reeves.
RM Bandsmen Deal Plaque1989United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthIn memory of the eleven Bandsmen killed by an IRA bomb at the RM School of Music on 22 Sep 1989. Band Cpl John Andrew Cleatheroe; Band Cpl Trevor James Edward Davis; Band Cpl David McMillan; Band Cpl Dean Patrick Pavey; Musn Michael Francis Ball; Musn Richard George Fice; Musn Richard Mark Jones; Musn Christopher Robert Nolan; Musn Mark Timothy Petch; Musn Timothy John Reeves; Musn Robert Leslie Simmonds.In memory: Band Corporal J A Cleatheroe; Band Corporal T J E Davis; Band Corporal D McMillan; Band Corporal D P Pavey; Musician M F Ball; Musician R G Fice; Musician R M Jones; Musician C R Nolan; Musician M T Petch; Musician T J Reeves; Musician R L Simmonds. 22 Sep 89
RM BarracksRoyal MarinesTasmaniaHobartPlaque commemorating location of Barracks of Royal Marines at the founding of Hobart, Tasmania, 1869.
RM Bench Plaque, AdamsUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPly\x 110352 Fred Adams
RM Bench Plaque, AlexanderUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyDad's Bench, In Loving Memory of RM 7627 C/Sgt F W Alexander (Alex) 45 Commando
RM Bench Plaque, ArculusUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn loving memory of Mum and Dad, CSgt Alfred W Arculus POX4042 1939-1952, Arctic Convoy 1941-1945, Married Mabsie (nee Browning)
RM Bench Plaque, AvenellUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of Lt James Le Patourel Avenell RM, 26th April 1947 - 4th May 2015, Once a marine always a marine
RM Bench Plaque, BatesUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyYour memory lives on in our tears. James Noel Bates, Royal Marine Commando (CH/X2872) 08-12-1919 to 08-08-2010
RM Bench Plaque, BlomleyUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPLYX 105329 Royal Marine Lewis Blomley, 1922 - 2007, Founder Member Royal Marines Association 1946, Per Mare Per Terram
RM Bench Plaque, BraintUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyNorman (Noddy) Braint RM and RAF retired 1930 - 2018
RM Bench Plaque, Brown (Pearl)United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Memory of Mrs Pearl Brown (1920-2011). WRNS service from 1940 to 1945. Loyal Royal Marines wife and supporter from 1940 to 2011
RM Bench Plaque, Brown (Tony)United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Memory of Major A G (Tony) Brown MBE RM (1920-1993), Royal Marines service from 1937 to 1970. Director Royal Marines Museum 1970 to 1984
RM Bench Plaque, BryantUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of Jack Charles Bryant, 1922 - 2011, Always in our Hearts
RM Bench Plaque, BuchananUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, Eastney"Bukeys" Bench in memory of Corps Drum Major D Buchanan RM and dedicated to The RM Buglers Branch 17th October 2009
RM Bench Plaque, ChapmanUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyCh\x 113718 Reg Chapman
RM Bench Plaque, ChaseUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Memory of Sergeant Fred W Chase, RM Service 1947 - 1959, Loving wife Ann and Family
RM Bench Plaque, ConnewUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented in loving memory of Major Thomas Francis Connew, Royal Marines Service 1898-1922 & 1939-1944
RM Bench Plaque, CoomeUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of Edwin (Ted) Coome MM 1925 - 2012, RM Service 1942 - 1953, RMBPD
RM Bench Plaque, CopeUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn loving memory of "Our Dad" C/Sgt David Arthur Cope. RM Service No PO 13057U. Proudly Served from 1953 to 1975. Once a Marine always a Marine. Loved always from Kay, Ian & Fiona.
RM Bench Plaque, CraigUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented in loving memory of Major General Archibald Maxwell Craig CB OBE, Royal Marines Service 1912-1945
RM Bench Plaque, CumberUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of Kevin Cumber PO32453A, 28/11/56 - 20/12/15. A Proud Marine, We Miss You.
RM Bench Plaque, DarleyUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented in Loving Memory of Po 21972 Corporal Leslie (Mad) Darley, Royal Marines Service 1924 - 1941
RM Bench Plaque, DarnellUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of Captain P J Darnell WRAC, 14th April 1948 - 2nd January 2019, Gentle in Manner, Resolute in Deed
RM Bench Plaque, DickUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving memory of "Joe Dick" RM Feb 1932-Oct 2010, Sadly missed by all, Sheila, Jackie, Andrew, Julie, Joe, & Emma
RM Bench Plaque, Dolly & ArthurUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn memory of Dolly and Arthur who enjoyed happy times here with love from family and friends
RM Bench Plaque, ElgarUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Memory of Alan 'Jim' Elgar - 40 Commndo, 24.12.1930 - 30.05.2010, Always a Proud Marine
RM Bench Plaque, EyreUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn memory of Maj C J (Jimmy) Eyre, 1929-2005, RM Service (1947-77)
RM Bench Plaque, FinneyUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyDedicated to the Memory of Lt S J Finney RM, 20-04-1929 to the 24-10-2010, From his loving family
RM Bench Plaque, GatesUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Memory of Captain James Alfred Gates, RM Service 1894 - 1921
RM Bench Plaque, GoldieUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of James Goldie. RM 16802, 20.5.1940 - 30.11.2016, Rest In Peace
RM Bench Plaque, HallUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn memory of John Charles Benson Hall, 1947 - 2006, Royal Marines Service (1973-1980), 40 Commando
RM Bench Plaque, HallidayUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyJames Charles Halliday, Royal Marines 1938 - 1953, Remembered
RM Bench Plaque, HarrisUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of Major Reginald Harris, RM Service 1916 - 1950
RM Bench Plaque, Harris & PerkinsUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn the Memory of C/Sgt 'Cabby' Harris and Maren 'Polly' Perkins Who met and married in Eastney Barracks 1940
RM Bench Plaque, HarrisonUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory, Ralph Harison RM18096, 25/08/1939 - 01/06/2014. Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us every day.
RM Bench Plaque, HattonUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyMne Cyril Hatton, RM Service 1941 - 46, Sadly missed by Irene and Family
RM Bench Plaque, HopkinsUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyAlbert Fredrick Hopkins, "Hoppy", Marine - Father - Friend, Born & Died
RM Bench Plaque, HuntonUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented in loving memory of General Sir Thomas Lionel Hunton KCB MVO OBE, Royal Marines Service 1903-1946
RM Bench Plaque, JacksUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyDonald (Jacko) Jacks - RM15555, 05/08/38 - 12/12/08, RM45 Commando, April 1956 - August 1965, Always in our thoughts
RM Bench Plaque, JaryUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented in loving memory of Lieutenant Stanley Anthony Jary, Royal Marines Service 1942-1946
RM Bench Plaque, JonesUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented in loving memory of Colonel Leonard Oliver Jones, Royal Marines Service 1916-1950
RM Bench Plaque, KeenUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPatrick A T Keen, 1934 - 2007, 41 Independent Commando Royal Marines, So dearly loved, so sadly missed
RM Bench Plaque, KnibbsUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyMne Ernest Knibbs, PO/X 116173, 1942-46, Once a Marine Always a Marine
RM Bench Plaque, KnightUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Memory of Barrie (Bogie) Thomas Knight (1939-2008), Warrant Officer, Proud to have been a true and loyal Royal Marine
RM Bench Plaque, LapworthUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of QMS(D) A L Lapworth, RM Service 1946-1968, Pam & Sally
RM Bench Plaque, LinnellUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Memory of Capt T G Linnell RM, 48 Commando RM, and his beloved wife "Dottie"
RM Bench Plaque, LyndonUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Memory of Terence (Terry) Joseph Lyndon QMS, 1928-2009, Royal Marines Service 1945-1968, Platoon Small Arms Weapon Instructor
RM Bench Plaque, MarrsUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of Brian George Marrs BEM RM, 1937 - 2018
RM Bench Plaque, MarshUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Memory of Lieutenant Edward George Marsh, RM Service 1898 - 1919
RM Bench Plaque, MarstonUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPer Mare Per Terram, John Marston RM 7834, 24-4-1930 - 13-4-2005, In ever loving memory of a Proud Royal Marine and YTR 42 Commando. Devoted Husband and Father
RM Bench Plaque, McCullochUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of RM21227 James (Mac) McCulloch, 18.01.1945 - 25.03.2012, A Proud Marine - sadly missed
RM Bench Plaque, McMullonUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyJohn McMullon, X113312, July 1925-January 2012, 30 Commando Assault Unit, 1942-1946
RM Bench Plaque, NixonUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Ever Loving Memory, C/Sgt Keith Nixon - BEM, 8 Nov 1935 - 9 Jan 2013, RM Service 1953 - 1975
RM Bench Plaque, NoyceUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of Musician James Charles Noyce, RM Service 1913 - 1945
RM Bench Plaque, OwensUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving memory of Our Son, Sergeant Paul "Curley" Owens, 19.10.1968 - 2.2.2002
RM Bench Plaque, PeretzUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyMajor Michael Peretz MBE, 17 Nov 1916 - 15 Jun 2010, RM Service Jul 1941-Jul 1946, Survivor at Walcheren - Nov 1 1944
RM Bench Plaque, PickettUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyLt A J Pickett RM, 30th August 1939 - 20th May 2019, In Gods Hands, Resting in the place he loved, Sadly Missed
RM Bench Plaque, PiggottUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory Eric A J Piggott, Sadly passed away 18/05/2013, Aged 90
RM Bench Plaque, PoundsUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of Major General E G D Pounds CB, Royal Marines Service 1940 - 1976 and his beloved wife, Barbara 1922 - 2011
RM Bench Plaque, PrenticeUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of QMS Basil Edward Prentice 1920-2012. 22 years loyal and proud service, Per Mare Per Terram
RM Bench Plaque, RadwayUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn memory of RM Band Corporal Radway, 1924 - 2018, 1941 Arctic Convoy, 1943 Far East
RM Bench Plaque, ReadingUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented in loving memory of Major General Arnold Hughes Eagleton Reading CBE, Royal Marines Service 1914-1946
RM Bench Plaque, RM & USM, KoreaUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn remembrance of Royal Marines and United States Marines who served with 41 Independent Commando, 1950 Korea 1952
RM Bench Plaque, RMA, LondonUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented by Royal Marines Association, City of London Branch. In Memory of Members Past.
RM Bench Plaque, RuleUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyCaptain Stuart James Rule RM, 10th September 1973 - 5th April 2001, A big man whose humour and presence are missed every day. Remembered by his family and friends with enormous pride and love.
RM Bench Plaque, SandallUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented in loving memory of Colonel Thomas Bernard Washbourn Sandall, Royal Marines Service 1914 - 1947
RM Bench Plaque, ScogginsUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of our Parents, Henry Scoggins (former QMS GI) 1918-1990, Royal Marines Service 1936-1963. Rose Scoggins 1922-2006. For many years Steward and Stewardess of the RMA Eastney 'Sadly missed and will always be remembered'
RM Bench Plaque, SlaterUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented in loving memory of Lieutenant Colonel Horatio McCullough Slater OBE, Royal Marines Service 1911-1948
RM Bench Plaque, SuettUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of our Parents George Edward Suett 1919 - 2000, Royal Marine PO.X 2294 Service 1936 - 1964, Audrey Mary Suett 1925 - 2005, Loved and Missed Always
RM Bench Plaque, ThomasUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn loving memory of C/Sgt Norman James Thomas BEM RM, 1947 - 2010, RM Service 1968 - 1995
RM Bench Plaque, ThorogoodUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of Michael Ernest Thorogood, 31.07.45 to 18.02.18
RM Bench Plaque, WalkerUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented in loving memory of Captain Frederick Cecil Walker MBE MSM, Royal Marines Service 1910-1932 & 1940-1946
RM Bench Plaque, WardUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn Loving Memory of Sgt Jack Thomas Basil Ward 1909 - 1985 48 RM Commando 1944-1945 in Normandy and Walcheren
RM Bench Plaque, WatsonUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyRev Basil Watson OBE RN, Branch Padre
RM Bench Plaque, WellsUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyPresented by The Royal Marines Association in loving memory of Mrs Ruth Wells, Assistant General Secretary 1963 - 1988
RM Bench Plaque, WinspearUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyArthur Dennis Winspear RSM, 09.04.1925 - 15.12.2012, Much loved Father, Grandad and Uncle. "Once A Marine Always A Marine"
RM Bench Plaques_missingUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyThe Memorials in Portsmouth website recorded fifteen bench plaques in about 2010, three of which are now missing. They were for : Major General Arthur Reginald Chater CB CVO DSO OBE; Alexander Wood (Bill) Neaves MBE Croix-de-Guerre; and Colonel Mervyn Archdall CBE
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 Detachment, HMS BarhamUnited KingdomUnknownVestry Chalice. Recorded in the RM Museum photo album of the memorials and plaques in St Andrew's Church but its whereabouts following the closure of St Andrew's is unknownRM Detachment HMS Barham
RM Families Kranji CemeteryRoyal MarinesSingaporeKranjiGraves of families of RM personnel buried in Kranji Cemetery Singapore 1961 - 1970
RM Landing Craft, Gun and Flak memorial_faceUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyThis plaque was unveiled by Maj Gen D A S Pennefather OBE Cg RM on Thursday 18th April 1996. Battle honours: Dieppe Pantelleria Sicily Vibo Valentia Salerno Anzio Normandy Trout Line Vis Sarande Elba South of France Walcheren Rangoon
RM Landing Craft, Gun and Flak memorial_topUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyIn memory of all those of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines who died whilst serving with Landing Craft Gun and Flak, 1942-1945.
RMA Buglers PlaqueRoual Marine ArtilleryUnited KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.Remember - The Buglers Royal Marine Artillery who gave their lives to God, King and Country in the Greatr War 1914-1918
RMA Memorial BoardsRMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreThese boards record 672 men of the Royal Marine Artillery that gave their lives in WW1. The boards are divided into two sections, those who died and those who were killed in action (KIA), the names are listed chronologically by date of death. Original transcription by Andrew Nicholls.
RMA Memorial Boards 1914_DiedRMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StorePte LT Wilkinson, Headquarters, Died 13/09/14; Gnr WR Wilderspin, Headquarters, Died 03/10/14; Gnr AH Joyce, HMS BENBOW, Died 10/10/14; Gnr JL Porteous, HMS AJAX, Died 18/10/14; Col Sgt G Bullock, Headquarters, Died 18/10/14; Gnr O Johnson, HMS HYACINTH, Died 17/11/14; Gnr J Court, Scapa, Accident, 12/12/14; Lance Sgt F Toon, Headquarters, Died 13/12/14; Gnr E H Brown, HMS CONQUEROR, Drowned 15/12/14.
RMA Memorial Boards 1914_KIA_01RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN Store Gnr W Bailey, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Sgt E G Biddlecombe, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr A Boardman, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Bugler H H Brown, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr E W Brumoton, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr P E Chilvers, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr E G S Collins, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr H Connett, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr A G Cooksley, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr W S Cordwell, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14;
RMA Memorial Boards 1914_KIA_02RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN Store Gnr G T Coxhead, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr A Dawes, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr C F Day, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr W H Dorey, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr A Gallop, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr T F Griffith, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Lce Sgt E Harvey, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr F Haskell, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Act. Bombardier, S A Hinton, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr F Lloyd, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr W H Newton, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14
RMA Memorial Boards 1914_KIA_03RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr D Page, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr F Petty, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Sgt G Ray, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr T Roberts, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Cpl W H Robinson, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr A Sharpe, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr J H Shea, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr T G Smith, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr W J Snell, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr J Symman, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr J C Trick, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14
RMA Memorial Boards 1914_KIA_04RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr W Viles, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Sgt G H Walton, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr J Westwood, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr C Williams, HMS ABOUKIR, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr F Batchelor, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr H Bedford, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr H Bone, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr A Cheese, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr J L Claydon, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Bugler W J Fee, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr F J Flack, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14
RMA Memorial Boards 1914_KIA_05RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr F C Gliddon, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr J W B Hobbs, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr C Lacey, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr J T Linton, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr H Mackey, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr J Pink, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr W Smeeth, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr H C Stubbs, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr D Tilbury, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Sgt H A Ward, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr R J West, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14
RMA Memorial Boards 1914_KIA_06RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreSgt R W Whichello, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr A Young, HMS HOGUE, KIA, 22/09/14; Gnr A C Attwood, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Sgt A R Beecham, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr D F Begley, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr I S Berry, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr A T Bristow, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr G W Bullock, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr W Cartwright, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr F Cracknell, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14
RMA Memorial Boards 1914_KIA_07RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr S D Deacon, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr A W Fisher, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr J E Frederick, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr A I Garrett, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr A A Glanvill, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr J Goddard, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr A Gooch, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr E Goss, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr F J Hart, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr W Herridge, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Sgt J T Humphreys, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14
RMA Memorial Boards 1914_KIA_08RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr P Houghton, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr S Hulme, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr J W Jerome, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr W Jones, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr W Langley, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr O F Larson, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Bugler F R R Long, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr J McCormack, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr J McVey, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Bombardier W Mudeford, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14
RMA Memorial Boards 1914_KIA_09RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr J Olive, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr J Palmer, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr F A Paragreen, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Bombardier C W Poling, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr A T Powell, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr W R Rippon, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr T Roberts, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr C Shafford, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr R S Simmonds, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr W H Streeter, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14
RMA Memorial Boards 1914_KIA_10RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr E Stronell, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr F Stubley, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr A C Taplin, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr J C Tilley, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr A J Watson, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr L C Wheeler, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14; Gnr W F Wheeler, HMS GOOD HOPE, KIA, 01/11/14.
RMA Memorial Boards 1915_Died_01RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr E McKinistry, HMS BRITTANIA, Accident, 21/01/15; Gnr A V Stokes, Headquarters, Died 23/01/15; Pte D Hughes, Headquarters, Died 25/01/15; Gnr W J Turner, Headquarters, Died 29/01/15; Pte W G King, Headquarters, Died 09/01/15; Cpl J Robins, Headquarters, Died 31/01/15; Gnr J R Davidson, Headquarters, Died 18/02/15; Gnr R E Good, Cromarty, Accident, 21/03/15; Pte J Lee, Headquarters, Died 29/03/15; Gnr C W Treacher, Headquarters, Died 24/04/15
RMA Memorial Boards 1915_Died_02RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreSgt A Hemming, HMS MONARCH, Died 27/04/15; Lieut FTAJ Marshall, Headquarters, Died 12/05/15; Bombardier H J Burbidge, Headquarters, Died, 21/06/15; Gnr F Percy, HMS AGINCOURT, Died 24/07/15; Capt H J Pace, Med. Exped. Force, Died 07/08/15; Gnr W Hamilton, Headquarters, Died 30/08/15; Sgt W L Stone, Anti-Aircraft Brigade, Died, 24/09/15; Act. QM Sgt J B Elmer, Headquarters, Died 01/10/15; Lieut H C Walcot, Headquarters, Died 10/10/15; Gnr W Thompson, HMS SUFFOLK, Died 18/10/15
RMA Memorial Boards 1915_Died_03RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr J Broome, HMS VIRGINIAN, Drowned, 08/11/15; Gnr J S Ferguson, Scapa, Accident, 13/11/15; Pte A J Primmer, Headquarters, Died 11/12/15; Capt F G Lane-Poole, Shoeburyness, Accident, 23/12/15; Gnr A E Broadbent, Ascension, Died 24/12/15; Gnr C Barton, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr T Bartons, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15;
RMA Memorial Boards 1915_Died_04RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreBdr W Bates, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr F Davenport, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr H F Denton, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Bdr J H Harper, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Bugler V N Hewitt, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr A H Higgs, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr P H Leach, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr T Lee, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr J W Locke, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr W J Parsons, HMS NATAL, Accident. 30/12/15; Gnr W Paulson, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15
RMA Memorial Boards 1915_Died_05RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr L G Pearce, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr O C People, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr W Stewart, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr W Sutherland, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr T H Swain, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Sgt R D Walker, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr E Watson, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr C H White, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr S J White, HMS NATAL, Accident, 30/12/15; Gnr L J Wright, HMS NATA, Accident, 30/12/15
RMA Memorial Boards 1915_KIA_01RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreBombardier W Swinnerton, AAC BRIGADE YPRES, KIA, 13/05/15; Sgt George Potter, HMS GOLIATH, KIA, 13/05/15; Cpl Chas. Dickerson, HMS GOLIATH, KIA, 13/05/15; Gnr Peter Bremner, HMS GOLIATH, KIA, 13/05/15; Gnr T P Jennings, HMS GOLIATH, KIA, 13/05/15; Gnr J K Pentney, HMS GOLIATH, KIA, 13/05/15; Gnr Alex. Campbell, HMS GOLIATH, KIA, 13/05/15; Gnr Cornelius Hunt, HMS GOLIATH, KIA, 13/05/15; Gnr Wilfred Pepper, HMS GOLIATH, KIA, 13/05/15, Gnr John Ross, HMS GOLIATH, KIA, 13/05/15
RMA Memorial Boards 1915_KIA_02RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreCpl C M Ash, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 20/06/15; Gnr T V Cross, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 20/06/15; Lieut S C Knight, AAC BRIGADE FRANCE, KIA, 12/07/15; QMSI (Act. WO) David Beddow, RN Division Dardanelles, KIA, 07/08/15; Capt C H Collet, DSO, RNAS Dardanelles, KIA, 19/08/15; Gnr C G B Shand, HMS SWIFTSURE, KIA, 30/08/15; Gnr M McWhinney, AAC BRIGADE FRANCE, KIA, 30/11/15
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_Died_01RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreCol Sgt T P Mytton, Headquarters, Died 14/01/16; Sgt J Leonard, HMS COCHRANE, Drowned, 18/01/16; Gnr S E Pope, Headquarters, Died 29/01/16; Gnr F Wheatcroft, Scapa, Died 03/02/16; Gnr T Mann, HMS VALIANT, Died 07/02/16; Sgt F G Twine, HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH, Accident, 18/02/16; Pte B Hodgson, Headquarters, Died 09/03/16; Gnr J Cooke, East African Exped. Force, Died 12/03/16; Gnr C S Pilgrim, HMS DEFENCE, Died 26/03/16; Gnr J F Wicks, HMS BARHAM, Drowned 28/03/16
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_Died_02RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr G Jackson, Headquarters, Died 09/04/16; Gnr S Howe, Anti-Aircraft Brigade. Died 22/04/16; Capt G W Lushington, Headquarters, Died 08/05/16; Gnr L H Rogers, Scapa, Accident. 28/05/16; Col W F Trotter, Headquarters, Died 09/06/16; Gnr J Stanley, Howitzer Brigade, Died 10/07/16; Gnr R G Noyce, Headquarters, Died 19/07/16; Gnr A Humphreys, Headquarters, Died 10/08/16; Gnr D A Frame, Headquarters, Died 09/09/16
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_Died_03RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr R McCrane. East African Exped. Force, Died 11/09/16; Col Sgt G W W Gibbons, Headquarters, Died 16/09/16; Sgt W C Ballard, Headquarters, Died 21/09/16; Gnr J Morriss, Headquarters, Died 19/10/16; Gnr W Coles, Headquarters, Died 26/10/16; Gnr W H Rugg. Headquarters, Died 09/11/16; Pte W G Dawson, Headquarters, Died 05/12/16; Lance Sgt R W Chappell, Headquarters, Died 25/12/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_01RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreTemp. 2nd. Lieut E A Abigail, AAC BRIGADE FRANCE, KIA, 17/03/16; Gnr J A Forman, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 25/02/16; Gnr B W Ayers, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr L J Bagnall, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Frederick Beagley, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Arthur Beet, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr E A Blackman, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A A Bowden, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16, Gnr Harold Brown, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Act. Bombardier Lawrence Brown, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_02RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreBombardier G H Buckell, MS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Lce Sgt J L Colton, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Bombardier C F Conquest; HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr H J Cooper, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr David Davies, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr William Furlong, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr C S Goslin, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr C D Grant, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr S W Grant, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr L M Greenwood, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_03RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr W A Gurney, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Col Sgt William Hubbard, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Act. Bombardier Victor Joliffe, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr J R Jordan, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Act. Bombardier A R Keyes, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr W A Long, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Benjamin Lovegrove, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A F McGuire, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr William McNamara, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Barry McClean, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_04RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreSgt E J Morris, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr S F Osborne, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Harry Packer, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Lewis Riches, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A J Ridd, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Bugler A W Rush, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr F P Saint, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr J W Stevenson, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Bombardier T G Stockden, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Bertie Turner, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr William Walker, HMS DEFENCE, KIA, 31/05/16
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_05RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreCapt P M C Wilde, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Charles Abraham, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Sgt A C Atkins, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr S A Beeston, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Allan Broadbridge, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Robert Collis, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr W F Dean, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr W H Fallon, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Ernest Griffin, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_06RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreBombardier R J Harman, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Bugler G J Hill, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Tom Hill, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Albert Hunt, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A J W Jinks, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr George Lovell, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr James Mallon, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Harry Mills, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr J G Muddle, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_07RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr Francis Murch, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Bombardier Charles Nunn, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Sgt H J Phillips, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr H E Rickman, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Wilfred Rowbotham, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Herbert Sewell, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Act. Bombardier Edward Sizer, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Alfred Smees, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr J W Staples, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_08RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr G G Stephenson, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr J O Stretch, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr W J Thomas, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Harvey Wilton, HMS INDEFATIGABLE, KIA, 31/05/16; R M Gnr A E Nixon, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A W Barker, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Ernest Beatwell, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr F V Booker, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Bombardier V C Brame, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Henry Champion, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_09RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr John Clark, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Reginald Cook, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Sgt Robert Cruickshank, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr E C Dexter, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Bombardier T J Dolan, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA 31/05/16; Gnr G T Everett, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Edgar Freeman, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Frank Howard, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Charles Humphrey, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; "
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_10RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr Norman Hyslop, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Ernest Kelham, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Charles Leeson, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Ernest Mann, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Sgt E W Moore, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr H W Morris, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr H F Pearce, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr R M Reeves, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr H W Shearing, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A E Spooner, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_11RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreBugler W T Tabbitt, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Robert Treicks, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Cpl F A Wood, HMS INVINCIBLE, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr George Backhouse, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr W L Beer, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr J I Bell, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr C E Bradford, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr W E Browne, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Thomas Burke, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A G Chapman, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr George Everett, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_12RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr W F Froome, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr R G Green, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr John Hayes, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr M F Hennessey, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr T J Hutchins, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr J S Kemp, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Sgt C W Lucking, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Walter Mears, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr V E Norris, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr W L Owen, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Joseph Pike, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Sgt William Pope, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_13RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr F J Rogers, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Cpl F J Rule, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr T M Smith, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr William Wagstaff, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr V G C Willatts, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr William Wynne, HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Bombardier W R Ulyatt; HMS LION, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr William Haynes, HMS MALAYA, DOW, 04/06/16; Sgt Charles Wood, HMS MALAYA, DOW, 04/06/16; Gnr F C Andrews, HMS PRINCESS ROYAL, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr H J Bodely, HMS PRINCESS ROYAL, KIA, 31/05/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_14RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr E A Gamblin, HMS PRINCESS ROYAL, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr G R Wood, HMS PRINCESS ROYAL, KIA, 31/05/16; R M Gnr Charles Catley, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr William Allen, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Alphonso Barber, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr R P Barton, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A D Baylis, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Thomas Brown, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A C F Burry, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr W G Bwye, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_15RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr Henry Bysouth, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Joseph Cartwright, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Allan Fergusson, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Joseph Fitzwilliam, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Bombardier R L Gardner, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Henry Herbert, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr W E Hewitt, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Arthur Humphrey, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A F Jones, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr George Jones, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_16RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr Thomas Kelly, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr J M Kenealy, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Sgt W J Lothian, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Robert Lynn, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A H Marr, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Horatio Martin, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Donald McKay, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Frederick McLaughlin, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Frederick Moore, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Bombardier J J Moore, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_17RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN Store Gnr Leslie Nottingham, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A C Nunn, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Cpl F J Osborne, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Arthur Parker, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 1/05/16; Gnr J A Pooley, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr J N Pryke, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr Arthur Rubick, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Bombardier S J Selway, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr A J Simmonds, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Bugler C R G Styles, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_18RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr E E Swain, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr C W Tate, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr E J Thorogood, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr J H Wallington, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Sgt Ernest Webb, HMS QUEEN MARY, KIA, 31/05/16; Gnr J F Newnham, HMS TIGER, KIA, 31/05/16; Bugler William Willerton, HMS WARRIOR, KIA, 31/05/16; Driver J E C Wootten, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 22/06/16; Act. Bombardier, D E Gowney, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 26/06/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_19RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr A E Belson, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 27/06/16; Gnr W H Lay, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 27/06/16; Gnr E C Rolph, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 27/06/16; Driver P W Redford, AAC BRIGADE FRANCE, KIA, 16/07/16; Driver G R Wilson, AAC BRIGADE FRANCE, KIA, 17/07/16; Gnr G N Hammond, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 23/07/16; Capt Montgomery Williams, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 23/08/16;
RMA Memorial Boards 1916_KIA_20RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr George Pitt, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 25/08/16; Gnr W Wright, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 22/09/16; Gnr G H Allison, South African Heavy Artillery, KIA, 26/10/16; Sgt G Bentley, South African Heavy Artillery, KIA, 29/11/16
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_Died_01RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreCol Sgt H Guy, Headquarters, Died 27/02/17; Gnr J A Turner, Headquarters, Died 28/02/17; Capt S Cruddas, HMS BELLEROPHON, Died 06/03/17; Gnr J Wynn, HMS MALAYA, Died 07/03/17; Pte W E Clouter, Headquarters, Died 07/03/17; Pte J Wilcox, East African Exped Force, Died 07/03/17; Bombardier W White; East African Exped Force, Died 08/03/17; Pte W N A Gunn, Headquarters, Died 14/03/17; Gnr J Colman, Headquarters, Died 16/03/17; Capt H R Purser, East African Exped Force, Died 18/03/17
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_Died_02RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr T Baker, Headquarters, Died 22/03/17; Bombardier S Bolton, East African Exped Force, Died 03/04/17; Gnr W Rayson, Scapa, Died 07/04/17; Gnr F Lawrence, HMS CALGARIAN, Drowned, 20/04/17; Gnr W A Sherringham, HMS INFLEXIBLE, Died 21/04/17; Pte G E Griffiths, Headquarters, Died 11/05/17; Gnr G W Conway, HMS RENOWN, Died 16/05/17; Gnr C J Phillips, Headquarters, Died 20/05/17; Gnr C L Peck, Headquarters, Died 12/06/17; Gnr W H Aston, Headquarters, Died 22/06/17
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_Died_03RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr H C Perring, Headquarters, Died 25/06/17; Gnr G Burrows, Headquarters, Died 01/07/17; Gnr G A Arnold, HMS VANGUARD, Accident, 09/07/17; Gnr F F Bolden, HMS VANGUARD, Accident, 09/07/17; Bombardier G Chapman, HMS VANGUARD, Accident, 09/07/17; Cpl G M Clifford, HMS VANGUARD, Accident, 09/07/17; Gnr G H Cooper, HMS VANGUARD, Accident, 09/07/17; Gnr W J Dicks, HMS VANGUARD, Accident, 09/07/17; Gnr A E Dockrill, HMS VANGUARD, Accident, 09/07/17;
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_Died_04RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr A G Ede, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr P G Franklin, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr W G Giles, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr L C Goodyear, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr J A Hand, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr W Hebbern, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr F Hodson, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Sgt A H E Howden, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr P Hull, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr G Jones, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_Died_05RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr L A King, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr J W Kirk, HMS VANGUARD, Accident, 09/07/17; Gnr D A Knee, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr H C Limbrick, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr J E Minter, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr A S Newell, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Bugler N H Newnham, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr A H Oliver, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr F A Poole, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_Died_06RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreSgt A H Prince, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr A W Rosser, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr W E Rowden, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr W A Rudge, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr H Seely, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr C E Shepherd, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr T A Simmonds, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr W Trollope, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr F Tutly, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_Died_07RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr H T Wellman, HMS VANGUARD, Accident 09/07/17; Gnr F West, Headquarters, Died 15/07/17; Maj W R Ledgard, Howitzer Brigade, Died 23/07/17; Gnr O Gear, Headquarters, Died 25/07/17; Lieut W A M Boissier, Howitzer Brigade, Accident, 27/07/17; Gnr A T Joliffe, Scapa, Died 08/08/17; Driver A McMillan, Headquarters, Died 29/08/17; Gnr C Jolly, HMS Moldava, Drowned 07/09/17;
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_Died_08RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr C W Marshall, HMS Lord Nelson, Died 22/09/17; Sgt F Allwan, East African Exped. Force, Died 16/10/17; Gnr H D Wiltshire, RN Siege Guns, Died 02/11/17; Gnr A Vickers, Anti-Aircraft Brigade, Died 16/11/17; Gnr G E Alderman, Halifax, Explosion 06/12/17; Gnr A J Shell, Halifax, Explosion 06/12/17;
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_KIA_01RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr E Kennedy, HMS LAURENTIC, KIA, 25/01/17; Gnr M J Reynolds, HMS LAURENTIC, KIA, 25/01/17; Cpl W Worsfold, HMS LAURENTIC, KIA, 25/01/17; Act. Bombardier S Churchill, South African Heavy Artillery, KIA, 09/02/17; Capt R W Hutton, Egyptian Army ? Darfur, KIA, 03/04/17; Gnr A W Gravenor, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/04/17; Gnr T H Hodgking, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 28/04/17; Gnr GW Tompkins, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 25/05/17; Gnr A Rippey, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 03/06/17
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_KIA_02RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreSgt E L Birch, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 21/07/17; Gnr W G Varlow, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 25/07/17; Gnr E V Walker, AAC BRIGADE FRANCE, KIA, 31/07/17; Gnr J R Moore, SS AVA, KIA, 26/01/17; Gnr F G Green, SS AVA, KIA, 26/01/17; Gnr E Beattie, HMS REDBREAST, KIA, 15/07/17; Gnr H P Morris, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 08/09/17; Gnr H R Charles, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 08/09/17; Driver A W James, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 08/09/17; Gnr V P Crane, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 08/09/17
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_KIA_03RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr S T Bamford, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 09/09/17; Sgt J L Notley, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 15/09/17; Sgt J Heaton, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 24/09/17; Gnr G T Lovell, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 24/09/17; Gnr H J Harding, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 24/09/17; Gnr J G Wakefield, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 24/09/17; Lieut T E Hulme, RN Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 28/09/17; Gnr F W Kemsley, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 30/09/17; Gnr H G Ensor, RN Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 12/10/17;
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_KIA_04RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreCapt H J Hamilton-Cox, RN Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 12/10/17; Gnr J Paddle, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 05/10/17; Sgt A E Avery, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 06/10/17; Gnr J H Wooller, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 06/10/17; Gnr A B S Joyce, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 07/10/17; Act. Sgt A Redman, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 31/10/17; Lieut C W Comyns, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 09/10/17; Gnr J Holland, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 09/10/17; Gnr F R Hutson, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 09/10/17
RMA Memorial Boards 1917_KIA_05RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN Store Gnr A W Jones, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 09/10/17; Sgt P Ketteringham, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 09/10/17; Gnr W Taylor, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 09/10/17; Gnr W E Woodward, Howitzer Bde France, KIA, 09/10/17; Gnr H A Richardson, SS WESTERN COAST, KIA, 17/11/17; Gnr A T Jones, SS WESTERN COAST, KIA, 17/11/17; Lt. Col A P Liston-Foulis, 34th Bde RGA France, KIA, 30/11/17; Act. Bomb. W F Bingley, SS UMBALLA, KIA, 25/12/17; Gnr H J Pitt, SS ADELA, KIA, 27/12/17; Cpl J H Withers, RMA Siege Guns, KIA, 28/12/17
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_Died_01RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreSgt A E Gray, HMS KING GEORGE V, Drowned, 09/01/18; Gnr F Boylin, Scapa, Accident, 12/01/18; Col Sgt, H Hawkins, Headquarters, Died 17/01/18; Gnr J Nuttycombe, 3rd RM Battalion, Died 30/01/18; Pte J Campbell, Headquarters, Died 01/03/18; Gnr F Peters, North Foreland Battery, Died 01/03/18; Gnr F C Longley, HMS COLLINGWOOD, Accident 07/03/18; Col Sgt A Gibson, Scapa, Died 22/03/18; Gnr A T Aldridge, 4th RM Battalion, Gun Explosion, 01/04/18; Gnr F Belfield, 4th RM Battalion, Gun Explosion, 01/04/18
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_Died_02RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr S E Houchen, 4th RM Battalion, Gun Explosion, 01/04/18; Gnr A Large, 4th RM Battalion, Gun Explosion, 01/04/18; Gnr E Cassey, 4th RM Battalion, Gun Explosion, 03/04/18; Gnr J Sellers, 4th RM Battalion, Gun Explosion, 15/04/18; Gnr W I Baird, HMS President III for DAMS, Found Drowned 20/04/18; Bugler E A Harding, HMS COLOSSUS, Died, 08/05/18; Gnr W Dowler, Headquarters, Died, 09/05/18; Gnr W Arnold, HMS MINOTAUR, Died, 09/05/18; Gnr T Ellis, Isle of Wight, Accident, 12/06/18
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_Died_03RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreCapt M D Quill, Headquarters, Accident, 17/06/18; Gnr J P Carroll, Headquarters, Died 08/07/18; Pte P Hartis, Headquarters, Died, 12/07/18; Gnr J V J Blake, Headquarters, Died 14/07/18; Pte F Tucker, Headquarters, Died 16/07/18; Pte A W Baker, Headquarters, Died 18/07/18; Pte D A Gifford, Headquarters, Died 20/07/18; Gnr G Owens, Headquarters, Died 21/07/18; Pte E G Gray, Headquarters, Died 21/07/18; Gnr M Jenkins, HMS AFRICA, Accident, 29/07/18;
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_Died_04RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr G H Edwards, HMS President III for DAMS, Died 31/07/18; Cpl T Clayton, Headquarters, Died 05/08/18; Gnr G Eccles, Scapa, Died 10/08/18; Gnr T C Westall, HMS President III for DAMS, Accident 10/08/18; Gnr E J Fryer, 3rd RM Battalion, Died 17/08/18; Gnr G Hawkins, HMS President III for DAMS, Accident, 24/08/18; Gnr J H Smithers, HMS President III for DAMS, Died 06/09/18; Gnr J Baker, HMS BRITANNIA, Died 10/09/18; Sgt E L C Margereson, HMS BRITANNIA, Died 12/09/18;
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_Died_05RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr J I Cameron, HMS President III for DAMS, Died 14/09/18; Cpl H A Allison, HMS AFRICA, Died 14/09/18; Gnr W R Skates, HMS AFRICA, Died 17/09/18; Gnr J Collis, HMS AFRICA, Died 18/09/18; Gnr C Wilson, HMS AFRICA, Died 18/09/18; Pte J W Oakley, Headquarters, Died 21/09/18; Pte C Brazier, Headquarters, Died 24/09/18; Pte H E Betteridge, Headquarters, Died 27/09/18; Gnr C Hardman, Headquarters, Died 27/09/18; Pte R H Garland, Headquarters, Died 28/09/18;
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_Died_06RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StorePte L V D Waygood, Headquarters, Died 29/09/18; Gnr T E Lowe, HMS President III for DAMS, Died 30/09/18; Pte J W Chesters, Headquarters, Died 02/10/18; Pte T White, Headquarters, Died 04/10/18; Gnr W R Cook, 3rd RM Battalion, Died 08/10/18; Pte A Waller, Headquarters, Died 08/10/18; Driver C G Drew, Siege Guns Belgium, Died 16/10/18; Pte J Chaules, Headquarters, Died 16/10/18; Gnr W C Davies, HMS President III for DAMS, Died 17/10/18; Gnr A O Eburne, HMS PRINCESS ROYAL, Died 20/10/18;
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_Died_07RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr W A Pearson, HMS PRINCESS ROYAL, Died 20/10/18; Gnr A Trower, HMS CRESCENT, Died 22/10/18; Gnr J Wheeler, Headquarters, Died 23/10/18; Gnr H E F Gore, HMS CRESCENT, Died 25/10/18; Pte M B Hyslop, Headquarters, Died 25/10/18; Gnr A H Deeth, HMS CRESCENT, Died 26/10/18; Pte A F Clark, Headquarters, Died 28/10/18; Driver F G Lamb, Howitzer Brigade France, Died 29/10/18; Gnr J Hamilton, HMS RESOLUTION, Died 30/10/18; Gnr E Hutchinson, HMS President III for DAMS, Died 31/10/18
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_Died_08RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN Store Gnr H Johnson, HMS President III for DAMS, Died 31/10/18; Bugler J Peel, HMS BRITANNIA, Died 01/11/18; Gnr H Sawyer, HMS President III for DAMS, Died 02/11/18; Gnr T Norris, North Foreland Battery, Died 03/11/18; Gnr W C McCallen, North Foreland Battery, Died 04/11/18; Gnr F J Spong, HMS RESOLUTION, Died 05/11/18; Gnr J H Marshall, HMS BARHAM, Died 07/11/18; Temp Lt J T Gardner, Headquarters, Died 07/11/18; Gnr T Keeling, HMS MINOTAUR, Died 21/11/18
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_Died_09RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN Store Gnr J Higgs, 3rd RM Battalion, Died 27/11/18; Gnr P E Scotcher, 3rd RM Battalion, Died 27/11/18; Gnr E E Sims, HMS President III for DAMS, Accident 01/12/18; Gnr G W Ridout, HMS President III for DAMS, Accident 01/12/18; Gnr W E Dowell, HMS President III for DAMS, Accident 01/12/18; Gnr R E Maginnis, 3rd RM Battalion, Died 20/12/18; Gnr J R Purplett, 3rd RM Battalion, Died 28/12/18
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_KIA_01RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr J E Tucker, HMS LOUVAIN, KIA, 20/01/18; Gnr A S Billett, SS BURNSTONE, KIA, 19/03/18; Gnr F Dutton, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 20/03/18; Gnr J Stanley, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 22/03/18; Gnr L C Hart, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 25/03/18; Gnr J W Clark, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 26/03/18; Gnr D Evans, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 26/03/18; Gnr H Hancock, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 26/03/18; Gnr E Jones, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 26/03/18
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_KIA_02RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr A E Skuce, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 26/03/18; Gnr G Cook, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 11/04/18; Lieut C N B Rigby, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Cpl O H G Brewer, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr H Browne, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr W G Cowley, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr C J Hand, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr W J Hudson, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_KIA_03RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr G W Hurst, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr W A Mann, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr G Middleton, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr V Ormerod, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr W Packer, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr R W Pearse, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr W H Rumsby, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr R Russell, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18;
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_KIA_04RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr J A Tidman, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr G F J Towers, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr S F Vine, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr J I White, ZEEBRUGGE 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 23/04/18; Gnr A C Menhennet, RMA Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 01/05/18; Gnr A H Webb, RMA Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 14/05/18; Gnr A W Green, 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 17/05/18; Gnr G H Hewlett, 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 18/05/18
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_KIA_05RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr T Simmons, 4th RM Battalion, KIA, 20/05/18; 2nd Lieut H L Hunt, RMA Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 29/05/18; Gnr W T Newall, SS DUNGENESS, KIA, 30/05/18; Brig Gen F W Lumsden VC CB DSO, France, KIA, 04/06/18; Gnr G Bennett, RMA Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 21/06/18; Bombardier F G Crump, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18; Gnr W E Lampey, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18; Gnr E Moor, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18; Gnr P Ellis, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_KIA_06RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr F Stow, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18; Gnr H B Russell, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18; Gnr J Clarke, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18; Gnr D Dawson, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18; Gnr S W Paterson, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18; Gnr I Smith, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18; Gnr G H Waddell, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18; Gnr D M Collins, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 10/07/18; Temp Lieut E L Warman, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 08/08/18;
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_KIA_07RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr P T Simpson, 528th Siege Battery RGA, KIA, 15/08/18; Gnr A J Gibbins, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 31/08/18; Lance Bombardier A R Cruickshank, SS KENDLE CASTLE, KIA, 15/09/18; Gnr J Gorman, Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 25/09/18; Gnr C G Keeling, Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 26/09/18; Gnr A E Edwards, Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 29/09/18; Gnr S F Smith, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 28/09/18; Gnr W L Havell, Howitzer Brigade France, KIA, 02/10/18
RMA Memorial Boards 1918_KIA_08RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr W Rivers, Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 11/10/18; Gnr G W Pyle, Siege Guns Belgium, KIA, 12/10/18; Gnr A W Winter, HMS BRITANNIA, KIA, 09/11/18; Gnr E N Wheaton, HMS BRITANNIA, KIA, 09/11/18;
RMA Memorial Boards 1919_Died_01RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN Store Gnr W Berriman, HMS LION, Died 01/01/19; Gnr A J Redwood, Howitzer Brigade France, Died 11/01/19; Maj F G Tanqueray-Willaume, Headquarters, Died 11/02/19; Gnr L Harvey, S.A.H.A, Died 11/02/19; Gnr F J May, Howitzer Brigade France, Died 12/02/19; Lieut A E Holton, Howitzer Brigade France, Died 22/02/19; Driver G G Powell, Howitzer Brigade France, Died 22/02/19; Sgt J W Warren, HMS RAMILIES, Died 08/04/19;
RMA Memorial Boards 1919_Died_02RMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN Store Gnr F Moore, 3rd RM Battalion, Drowned 09/06/19; Cpl H R Clark, HMS EMPEROR OF INDIA, Died 12/08/19; Sgt A J Blakeman, Headquarters, Died 24/11/19; Gnr C H Simpson, Headquarters, Died 23/12/19.
RMA Memorial Boards 1919_KIARMA1914-1919United KingdomNMRN StoreGnr E H Worroll, North Russia Exped Force, KIA, 13/05/19
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
RMLI Plaque St.Thomas Church, Eighton BanksUKGateshead
RMLI Somerset Garrison & HMS Salamander RMLI1864-1867AustraliaSomerset, Queensland, AustraliaInscription continued: Plaque donated by the Royal Marine Association Queensland, Mid-North Coast NSW Chapter of the Veterans Motorcycle Club, The Jardine-Vidgen family & Rod Morrison-Royal Australian Regiment- Duty First. Heritage Register ID: 6500072. Supported by the Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council.In Memory of the RMLI Garrison, Somerset 1864-1867 and the RMLI Detachment HMS Salamander. Dedicated to the fallen brothers in arms. Pte John Saich, 1865, DOW - Garrison; Pte Edward Wigfall, 1865 - Salamander; Pte George Tucker, 1866 - Garrison; Pte George Winter, 1867 - Salamander. Members of the Chatham Division. and the Royal Navy Surgeon T J Haran infant daughters who died in Somerset while posted on Garrison. Mary Josephine Haran DOD 24 April 1865; Edith Kate Haran DOD 26 March 1866. Lest We Forget
Robert Cecil Withers Trotter RN mosaicUnited KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsPart of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that this mosaic still exist behind internal walling.To the Glory of God in memory of Robert Cecil Withers Trotter,????? Royal Navy. Died 8 May 1932, aged 21. This ???? ???? By his family as ???????? Love
Robert Joseph McKibben (P062679G) BenchRoyal MarinesIrelandCastlebar, County Mayo Peace Park and Garden of Remembrance
Roll of Honour St Kenwyn ChurchRM UKCornwall2nd Lt Anthony T C Hocking
Roll of Honour, Sergeants Mess, RMA United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.Roll of Honour. Sergeants Mess, Royal Marine Artillery
Roll of Honour, Sergeants Mess, RMLI, Portsmouth DivisionUnited KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.Roll of Honour. Sergeants Mess, Portsmouth Division, Royal Marine Light Infantry
Romsey Abbey Roll of Honour1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomAbbey Church of SS Mary & Ethelfleda, Romsey, HantsWW1: Pte William Frank Carden, RMLI, PO/18183; Pte Theodore Arthur Eastman, RMLI, PLY/1720(S). WW2: Mne Arthur Carter, PO/X 2367WW1: In reverent & grateful memory of those who gave their lives in the war 1914-1919. These men were very good unto us - they were a wall unto us - both by night and day, Requiescant In Pace. Includes: W F Carden; T A Eastman. WW2: Also of those who gave their lives in the war 1939-1945. Neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, shall be able to seperate us from the love of God which is in Christ our Lord. Includes: A E Carter.
Romsey Memorial Cross1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomMemorial Gardens, Romsey, HantsWW1: Pte William Frank Carden, RMLI, PO/18183; Pte Theodore Arthur Eastman, RMLI, PLY/1720(S). WW2: Mne Arthur Carter, PO/X 2367WW1: The Great War 1914-1918 Their name liveth for evermore. Includes: Carden, W F; Eastman, T A. WW2: The World War 1939-1945. They left all that was dear to them, endured hardship, faced danger and finally passed out of the sight of men. Let those who come after see to it that their names be not forgotten. Includes: Carter, A E.
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
Rowlands Castle Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomRowlands Castle, HantsPte Joseph James Boncey, RMLI, PO/11603, HMS Invincible, died 31 May 1916. No WW2 RMsWW1: Erected in grateful memory of the men of this district whose names are inscribed hereon who gave their lives in The Great War 1914-1919. Includes J J Boncey, RMLI. WW2: In grateful memory The names are added of those who gave their lives 1939-1945.
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 Lemington Spa Memorial (1)UKRoyal Lemington Spa
Royal Lemington Spa Memorial (2)UKRoyal Lemington Spa
Royal Lemington Spa Memorial (3)UKRoyal Lemington Spa
Royal Marine Artillery 1914-1918 memorial reredosUnited KingdomUnknownOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road above the altar but was removed to a new Chapel of Remembrance in the 1963 renovation. Its fate after the conversion of the church into housing in the 1990s is currently unknown.???? of God and in memory of all ranks of the RM Attillery who gave their lives for their country in the Great War 1914-1918
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 Marine Artillery Memorial Windows South Africa and China1899-1902United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsThe three windows were installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road. When the building was converted to housing in the 1990s the windows and other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these windows still exist behind internal walling.Inscriptions are unreadable on the photos.
Royal Marine Artillery, Egypt, 1882-1884 - Bugler & Gunners1882-1884United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998Bugler Freeland Lovett. Gunners: John Adams, John Vase, W J B Neeve, Robert Craddock, Frank Hall, George McClarne, J A Wann, James Catley, Fred. Cox, Thomas Tustin, Thamas Davis, John Gilbert, Charles Lester, Conelius Baker, Joseph Broad, Thomas Colston, William Osborne, James jenkins, H E Newton, John Gilkes, Thomas Rogan, Samuel Sutton, Edward Free, W Steans
Royal Marine Artillery, Egypt, 1882-1884 - Officers & NCOs1882-1884United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998In memory of the officers NC officers and men Royal Marine Artillery killed in action died of wounds or from effects of climate etc during the Egyptian Campaign 1882-3-4. Lieut E S Hickman, Lieut W D Marshall, Col Sgt Lonsdale Clarke, Sgt John Fairchild.
Royal Marine Artillery, South Africa & China, 1899-19021899-1902United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally in the RMA Church, Eastney (The Crinoline Church), then moved to St Andrew's Church c. 1904 before being removed to Museum store c. 1998 "In memory of the officers and men who were killed in action or died of wounds or disease 1899-1902 South Africa: Capt Guy Senior, 25 Nov 1899: Gunners; Alfred Bennett, 25 Nov 1899; W H Hughes, 28 Mar 1900; Frank Winning, 29 Mar 1900; William Holloway, 8 May 1900; P G Jefferies, 5 Jan 1902. China: Capt H W H Beyts, 23 June 1900: Gunners: J T Yates, 23 June 1900; Ernest Lunn, 23 June 1900; W J A Horne, 11 Sep 1900; W M McNicoll, 27 Jul 1900; J J Fleetwood, 8 Jan 1901."
Royal MarinesRM CommandosFranceBannervilleBannerville War Cemetery, Bannerville la Campagne, south east of Caen, France
Royal Marines Band ServiceRM Band ServiceUnited KingdomDealMemorial 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 MemorialRM Band ServiceUnited KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyDedicated by the Royal Marines Band Service to the memory of all members of the Royal Naval School of Music and Buglers of the Royal Marines who lost their lives in 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.
Rudmore parishioners WW1 memorial1914-1920United KingdomSt Agatha's Church, PortsmouthAlbert Ernest Goble, PO/17664 (see Graves); Henry Hawkins, RMA/3093 (see Graves), William Thomas Ryan, RMLI PO/11760, (see Graves); Walter Woods is actually Walter Wood, PO/16920 (see Graves). The memorial was originally in St John The Baptist Church, Rudmore but was moved when the church was converted to housing in 1987.Inscription Includes: Albert Goble, Henry Hawkins, William Ryan, Walter Woods
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
Sarisbury Green Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSarisbury Green, HantsSgt Arthur Robert Beecham, RMA/5645, HMS Good Hope, lost 1 Nov 1914; Gnr Joseph Pink, RMA/5791, lost HMS Hogue, 22 Sep 1914; Pte Arthur William Widger, RMLI, PO/19898, RM Btn, RN Div, KiA 8 Oct 1918To the Glory of God and in memory of our Glorious Dead, 1914-1918, 1939-1945. Includes: WW1: Sgt Beecham, RMA; J Pink, Gnr, RMA; A W Widger, Pte, RMLI
Sarisbury Green St Pauls RoH1914-1918United KingdomSt Paul's Church, Sarisbury Green, HantsSgt Arthur Robert Beecham, RMA/5645 (recorded as Beecham on service record); Gnr Joseph Pink, RMA/5791; Pte Arthur William Widger, RMLI, PO/19898. No RMs in WW2. St Paul's Church, Sarisbury. This Chapel is raised to the Glory of God and in grateful and honoured memory of those from this parish who have given their lives in the Great War 1914-18 for their God, their King and Country, Roll of Honour. Includes: Arthur Robert Beauchamp; Joseph Pink; Arthur William Widger
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.
Sergeant Alfred Hemmings plaqueHMS Monarch27 April 1915United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.This tablet was placed by his shipmates in memory of Alfred Hemmings Sergeant RMA of HMS Monarch who departed this life April 27th 1915 "May he rest in peace"
Sergeant C E Young plaqueHMS Ramillies2 March 1939United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998. See Lieutenant Alec Talbot Turner AM plaqueOn the 2nd March, 1939, as HMS Ramillies was approaching the Grand Harbour, Malta, Sergt C E Young, Royal Marines was struck by a swinging davit and fell overboard. Lieutenant Turner, without hesitation, dived overboard to his assistance. Both lost their lives in a very rough sea. For his gallant action, this officer received the posthumous award of the Albert Medal.
Sergeant G W P Nason plaque26 December 1932United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.In memory of Sergt G W P Nason RM who gave his life in an attempt to save a comrade from drowning at Malta, 26th December 1932. "Greater love hath no man than this" Erected by his messmates of the Portsmouth Division Sergeants' Mess
Sergeant George Callister6 April 1905United KingdomUnknownLavabo jug, bowl and tray. Recorded in the RM Museum photo album of the memorials and plaques in St Andrew's Church but their whereabouts following the closure of St Andrew's is unknownfor George Callister
Sergeant P E Page plaque4 July 1970United KingdomNMRN StoreOriginally installed in St Andrew's Church, Henderson Road until its conversion to housing in the 1990s when it was removed to the Museum store ca 1998.In loving memory of Sergt P E Page, died 4th July 1970, aged 37 years
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 ).
Serre No. 1 British CemeteryFrance
Serre No. 2 British CemeteryFrance
Sgt Luke TaylorRoyal MarinesMarch 26, 2012United KingdomSNCOs Mess, HMS Excellent, Whale Island, Portsmouth, HantsThis boot belonged to Sgt Luke Taylor, Killed on Operations in Afganistan on March 26 2012 and was purchased in his memory by the SNCOs of HMS Excellent
Shedfield Memorial Cross1914-1918United KingdomRoadside, B2177, Shedfield, HantsPte Frederick C Brown, RMLI, PO/17020; Pte Frederick Davis RMLI, PO/9828; Gnr Charles Lacey, RMA/11447, (RMR/B/1250) (not RMLI); Gnr Walter Mears, RMA/11505; Pte Albert W Pearce, RMLI, PO/1291(S); Gnr Joseph Pink, RMA/5791 (RMR/B/501); Gnr Herbert C Stubbs, RMA/5329 (RMR/B/819).To the Glory of God & in grateful memory of the men of Shedfield who gave their lives in the Great War, 1914-1918. They died that we might live. Includes: F C Brown; F Davis; C Lacey, W Mears; A Pearce; J P Pink; H C Stubbs.
Shedfield St John's Roll of Honour_11914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt John the Apostle Church, Shedfield, HantsPte Frederick C Brown, RMLI, PO/17020; Pte Frederick Davis RMLI, PO/9828; Gnr Charles Lacey, RMA/11447, (RMR/B/1250) (not RMLI); Gnr Walter Mears, RMA/11505; Pte Albert W Pearce, RMLI, PO/1291(S); Gnr Joseph Pink, RMA/5791 (RMR/B/501); Gnr Herbert C Stubbs, RMA/5329 (RMR/B/819). No WW2 RMsRoll of Honour 1914-1918, 1939-1945. Includes: WW1: F C Brown; F Davis; C Lacey: W Mears; A Pearce; T Pink; H C Stubbs
Shedfield St John's Roll of Honour_21914-1919United KingdomSt John the Apostle Church, Shedfield, HantsPte Frederick C Brown, RMLI, PO/17020; Pte Frederick Davis RMLI, PO/9828; Gnr Charles Lacey, RMA/11447, (RMR/B/1250) (not RMLI); Gnr Walter Mears, RMA/11505; Pte Albert W Pearce, RMLI, PO/1291(S); Gnr Joseph Pink, RMA/5791 (RMR/B/501); Gnr Herbert C Stubbs, RMA/5329 (RMR/B/819)Roll of Honour 1914-1918, "They shall be mine saith the Lord of Hosts, in that day when I make up my jewels" In proud remembrance of the men of Shedfield who gave their lives for King & Country in the Great War, 1914-1918. Includes: WW1: Pte F C Brown, RMLI; Pte F Davis, RMLI; Pte C Lacey, MLI: Gr W Mears, RMA; Pte A Pearce, RND; Gr T Pink, RMA; Gr H C Stubbs, RMA
Sheepstor War Memorial 1RMLIUKDevon
Sheepstor War Memorial 2RMLIUKDevonPly/15599 Pte Thomas H Blatchford
Sheet St Mary Cross1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Mary Magdelene Church, Sheet, Petersfield, HantsGnr George William Bullock, RMA/9679, (RMR/IC/14); Sgt John Joseph Coombes, PO/X 10881914-1918 Remember with thanksgiving the true and faithfull men who in these years of war went forth from this place for God and the Right. The names of those who returned not again are here inscribed to be honoured for evermore. Includes: WW1: Private G Bullock, RMA, HMS Good Hope, Coronel. WW2: Sergt J J Coombes, RM
Sheet St Mary Magdalen Plaque1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Mary Magdelene Church, Sheet, Petersfield, HantsWW1: Gunner George William Bullock, RMA/9679, (RMR/IC/14). WW2: Sergt John Joseph Coombes, PO/X 1088 St Mary, Sheet, Roll of Honour, In memory of and in gratitude for "The love that asks no questions, the love that stands the test, That lays upon the altar, the dearest and the best, The love that never falters, the love that pays the price, The love that makes undaunted the final sacrifice." 1914-1918, 1939-1945. Includes: WW1: George William Bullock. WW2: J J Coombes, RM
Sholing St Mary Extra Cemetery Cross1914-1918United KingdomSt Mary Extra Cemetery, Sholing, Southampton, HantsGunner Frank Davenport, RMA/5417; Pte Walter William Stiggants, RMLI, CH/15057To the eternal and hollowed memory of the men of this district who fell in the Great War, 1914-1919. This memorial was errected by their relatives. Includes: Gunr Frank Davenport; Walter W Stiggants
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
Soberton War Memorial1914-1918United KingdomSoberton, HantsPte A J Searle, RMLI, PO/14576, Portsmouth Div, died 4 Jun 1918, buried St Peter's Church, Soberton; Pte Robert William Rye, RMLI, PO/1414(S), 1st RM Btn, RN Div, died 23 Apr 1917, France. There are no RMs in the WW2 inscriptionSacred to the memory of the parishioners of Soberton who fell in the Great War. "Forget them not O'Lord for which they fell, may it go well with England, Still go well, keep her bright Banners without blot or stain, lest they should dream that they have died in vain." Includes: A J Searle, R W Rye
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
Southampton Cenotaph WW1 A-Go1914-1920United KingdomWatt's Park, Southampton, HantsBugler Albert Henry Burridge, RMLI, PO/16789; Pte Edward James Carver, RMLI, PO/8331; Flight Commander Charles Herbert Collet, RNAS (prev. Lt RMA), died 19 Aug 1915, Greece; Sgt Alfred David Curtis, RMLI, PO/1480(S); Pte William Frederick Daniels, RMLI, PO/1722(S); Pte Caleb Extance, RMLI, PO/8844 (RMR/B/956); Pte James Charles Fisher, RMLI, PO/16003, ; Pte Albert Henry Gilfoy, RMLI, PO/16706; Pte Alfred Edwin Gordon, PO/398(S)Great War 1914-1918. Includes: Burridge, Albert Henry; Carver, Edward James; Collett, Charles H; Curtis, Alfred David; Daniels, William Frederick; Extance, Caleb; Fisher, James Charles; Gilfoy, Albert Henry; Gordon, Alfred
Southampton Cenotaph WW1 Gr-K1914-1920United KingdomWatt's Park, Southampton, HantsPte Charles Green, RMLI, PO/2349(S); Pte Albert Guy, RMLI, PO/8245, (RMR/B/596); Pte Frank Holloway, RMLI, PO/16294; Pte Bramwell Horne, RMLI, PO/1437(S); Pte John Thomas Hiscock, RMLI, PO/16986; Musn William Charles Keeping, RM Band, RMB/661, died 4 Dec 1919.Great War 1914-1918. Includes: Green, Charles; Hiscock, John Thomas; Holloway, Frank; Horne, Bramwell; Keeping, William Charles
Southampton Cenotaph WW1 S-W1914-1920United KingdomWatt's Park, Southampton, HantsPte Frank Snell, RMLI, PO/15041 (RMR/B/1357); Pte Cecil Sydney Stone, RMLI, PO/1686(S); Pte Edwin William Walters, RMLI, PO/1746(S); Pte Lester James Frederick Walters, RMLI, PO/1723(S); Sgt George Henry Walton, RMA/4307 (RMR/A/0696); Pte Joseph Henry Wosikowski, RMLI, PO/14253Great War 1914-1918. Includes: Snell, Frank; Stone, Cecil Sydney; Walters, E W; Walters, J F; Walton George Henry; Wosskowski, Joseph Henry
Southampton Cenotaph WW2 A-L1939-1945United KingdomWatt's Park, Southampton, HantsMne George Allott, RM, PO/22532, HMS Hood, died 24 May 1941; poss Mne Frederick William Bailey, RM, PO/18832, HMS Hood, died 24 May 1941; Mne George Edward Brown, RM, PO/X 1724, HMS Calypso, died 12 Jun 1940; Warrant Recruiter Bertie Edwin Fox, RM, HMS President, died 11 Sep 1944; Musician John Albert Geappen, RM Band, RMB/X 903, died 2 Aug 1947; Sgt Ronald Douglas Grant, RM, 44 RM Cdo, PLY/X 2122, died 15 Mar 1944; Mne Robert Percy James Leal, RM, PO/21003, HMS Victory II, died 11 Oct 1943 Includes: Allott, George; Bailey, Frederick W; Brown, George E; Fox, Bertie E; Geappen, John A; Grant, Ronald D; Leal, Robert, P J;
Southampton Cenotaph WW2 M-Sta1939-1945United KingdomWatt's Park, Southampton, Hantsposs Mne George William Frank Mills, RM, PO/X1 10891, 47 RM Cdo, died 7 Jun 1944, France; Lieut Albert John Parr, RM, 41 RM Cdo, died 22 Mar 1945, Netherlands; Mne Richard Sydney Povey, RM, PO/X 109896(T), died 25 Jan 1946; Mne Royston Henry Randall, RM, EX/5248, M N B D O 1, died 1 Jun 1941; Mne Lawson Alexander McGregor Salter, RM, PO/X121652, HMS Glenroy, died 28 Jan 1946, Sri Lanka; Mne William James St Ange, RM, PO/x 114352, 40 RN Cdo, died 9 Oct 1944, Albania;Includes: Mills, George W F; Parr, Albert J; Povey, Richard S; Randall, Royston H; Salter, Lawson A M; St Ange, William J;
Southampton Cenotaph WW2 Sto-Z1939-1945United KingdomWatt's Park, Southampton, HantsMne John Neville Stockwell, RM, PO/X 3716, 3 RM Cdo Signals, died 24 Jan 1945, Myanmar; Mne Leonard James Strange, RM, PO/X 101390, MNBDO (1), died 6 Oct 1941, Egypt; Mne Henry Edward Weaver, RM, PO/X 3923, HMS Hood, died 24 May 1941; Mne Robert Zammit, RM, PO/X 106117, 47 RM Cdo, died 31 Dec 1944;Includes: Stockwell, John N; Strange, Leonard J; Weaver, Henry E; Zammit, Robert
Southampton L&SW Railway memorial WW11914-1918United KingdomFerry House, Ocean Way, Southampton, HantsJames Henry Shea, RMA, RMA/8154; Pte, John Harrison, RMLI, PO/6508. There are no RMs on the WW2 plaqueL&SWR, Docks & Marine. This tablet is erected and a cot endowed at the servants orphanage in memory of those who fell in the Great War. Includes: Shea, J; Harrison, J
Southampton Postal District Roll of Honour1914-1918 United KingdomSouthampton Mail Centre, Mitchell Way, Southampton, HantsPte Edward James Carver, RMLI, PO/8331 (RMR/B/712)1914 Southampton Postal District Roll Of Honour 1918. Their Name Liveth for Evermore. Includes: E J Carver
Southampton Remembrance Book1939-1945United KingdomCivic Offices, Southampton, HantsThe book is hand-written using calligraphy and records 590 civilian and 510 military (inc Merchant Navy) dead.In memory of the citizens of SOUTHAMPTON who lost their lives through enemy action 1939-1945. Includes: Mills, George William Frank, Mne RM Commando, died 7 Jun 1944; Parr, Albert John, Lieut RM; Randall, Royston Henry, RM MNBDO1, EX/5248; Salter, Lawson Alexander McGregor, MNE, HMS Glenroy, died 28 Jan 1946; St Ange, William James, Mne, RM Commandos, died 9 Oct 1944; Weaver, Henry Edward, Mne HMS Hood, died 24 May 1941; Zammit, Robert, RM died 31 Dec 1944
Southampton St Denys Plaques1914-1918United KingdomSt Denys Church, Dundee Road, Southampton, HantsPte Charles Green, RMLI, PO/2349(S)To the Glory of God and in grateful memory of all from this Church and Parish who laid down their lives in the Great War, 1914-1918. "Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends" (Inscription in window). Includes: Green, Charles, Pte, RMLI.
Southsea MemorialRoyal MarinesUKSouthseaLocated South Parade, Southsea, Hants.
Southwick & Boarhunt parisioners WW1 memorial1914-1920United KingdomSt James-without-the-priory-gate Church, Southwick, HantsHerbert Caude Stubbs, RMA/3529 (see Graves); George Rowe, PO/X6361 (see Graves); Alfred B Barfoot, PO/X14384 (see Graves)In memory of the following officers and men of the parishes of Southwick and Boarhunt who died gloriously for their country. List includes: Herbert C Stubbs, Gunner, RMA, HMS Hogue, North Sea, 22nd Sept 1914; George Rowe Pte, RMLI, HMS Vicknor, Irish Coast, 13th Jan 1915; Alfred B Barfoot, Sergt RMLI, Arras, France, 28th April 1917
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 Andrew's Church WW1 Plaque1914-1918United KingdomSt Andrew's Church, FarlingtonMusn Thomas Valentine Aylward, RM Band, RMB/1430; Pte Richard William Joseph Mortimore Bone, RMLI, PO/15058; Pte Albert Victor Davis RMLI, PO/16715; Pte William Hodges Crook Hicks, RMLI, PO/15272. NOTE: E H Burnett was actually: Pte Harry Egerton Burnett, RMLI, PO/15066To the memory of the men of Farlington who died for King and Country 1914-1919. Includes: T Aylward, RMA; E H Burnett, RMLI; R, Bone, RMLI; A V Davis, RMLI, W H C Hicks, RMLI.
St Andrew's Church, FarlingtonRMA & RMLI1914-1919United KingdomSt Andrew's Churchyard, Farlington, HantsNames of T. Alward, RMA, and E. H. Burnett, RMLI, inscribed on War Memorial.To the memory of the men of Farlington who gave their lives for their King & Country in the Great War 1914-1919. Includes: T Aylward, RMA; E H Burnett, RMLI; R Bone, RMLI; A V Davies, RMLI; W H C Hicks, RMLI; T W Payne, Lce Sergt, RMLI
St Anns HMS Bulldog Plaque1865United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthSacred to the memory of Mr John Painter, Boatswain; James Green, Capt of fore top; Michael Mc Mann, Gunner RMA; John Glencross, Private RMLI, who fell in the ececution of their duty on board HMS Bulldog in the action at Cape Haytien, on the 23rd October 1865. Also of John Donelly, Capt of maintop, who died of a severe wound received on that occasion shortly after his return to England. This tablet is erected by their Captain and Officers as a mark of respect for their Memory and regret for their Loss.
St Anns HMS Hood MemorialMay 24, 1941United KingdomSt Ann's Church, HM Dockyard, PortsmouthConsists of a collection of items and plaques and a Roll of Honour compiled by Edwin Greenwood, bound in blue leather. See also Boldre HMS Hood Memorial and the HMS Hood Association website: http://hmshood.com/crew/memorial/index.htmPresented by HMS Hood Association in memory of those who died 24th May 1941. Rest ye brother Mariner, we will not wander more.
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 George's Rumboldswhyke Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomWyke, Chichester, West SussexPte Arthur James Riley, RMA, RMA/14379, Eastney, died 5 Nov 1917A M D C In memory of The Great war 1914-1918. Includes: WW1: Arthur Riley
St Georges Portsea Hood MemorialApril 24, 1905United KingdomSt George's Church, St George's Square, Portsmouth, HantsThis comprised a framed print of HMS Hood and a Remembrance Book that was a copy of the one held in St Ann's Church, Portsmouth Dockyard. The book could not be found in Nov 2021 but the print of HMS Hood is kept in a storeroom.Presumably the same names as are recorded on the main HMS Hood memorial, see Boldre HMS Hood Memorial, and at St Anns HMS Hood Memorial
St Georges Portsea Plaque1914-1918United KingdomSt George's Church, St George's Square, Portsmouth, HantsPte Frederick Stewart Aspinall, RMLI, PO/12580, HMS Black Prince, died 31 May 1916; poss Cpl William Henry Robinson, RMA, RMA/2241, (RMR/A/0580), HMS Aboukir, died 22 Sep 1914; poss Pte J A Ross, RMLI, PLY/17990, HMS Caesar, died 14 Oct 1918; poss Pte Henry Young, RMLI, PO/1339(S), 2nd RM Bn, RN Div, died 6 April 1918. Plaque kept in a storeroom (Nov 2021)St George's Church, Portsea. 1914-1918 These men laid down their lives in the service of their King and Country. Includes: F S Aspinall, poss W H Robinson; poss J A Ross; Poss H Young
St John the Baptist Locksheath Memorial1914-1919United KingdomSt John the Baptist Church, Locksheath, HantsArthur Bridle, PO/10202, RMLI, HMS Viknor, 13 Jan 19151914 - 1918, To the Glory of God and in proud and grateful memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives in the Great War. Greater love hath no man than this, that a manlay down his life for his friends. Includes: Arthur Bridle
St John's Marchwood Memorial1914-1918United KingdomSt John the Apostle Churchyard, Marchwood, HantsLance Corporal George Bloomfield Smith, RMLI, PO/15938, Portsmouth Btn, RN Div, died 5 Aug 1915, age 21. Commemorated at Port Said War Memorial Cemetery, EgyptIn everlasting memory of our men who gave their lives in The Great War AD 1914-1918. Includes: G B Smith
St John's Marchwood Plaque1914-1918United KingdomSt John the Apostle Churchyard, Marchwood, HantsLance Corporal George Bloomfield Smith, RMLI, PO/15938, Portsmouth Btn, RN Div, died 5 Aug 1915, age 21. Commemorated at Port Said War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt. To the Glorious Memory of the men of this parish who gave their lives for their Country in the Great War 1914-1918. Their name liveth for evermore. Includes: Lce Corp G B Smith, RMLI
St Luke's Church Parishioners memorial 1914-18RMA & RMLI1914-1918United KingdomSt Luke's Church, PortsmouthSgt John Facer, RMLI, PO/2246; Pte Percy Charles Prowting, RMLI, PO/16098; Probably George William Bullock, RMA/9678 (RMR/IC/14)To the Glory of God and the undying memory of the following parishioners and members of this church who died in the Great War 1914-1918 Their name liveth for ever more. Includes: George Bullock, RMA; John Facer, RMLI; Percy C Prowting, RMLI.
St Margaret's Church Parishioners Book of Remembrance WW2_ Allen1939-1945United KingdomSt Margaret's Church, SouthseaLocation of Book is currently unknown (Jul 21) Also see St Margaret's Church Parishioners Memorial WW2Sydney William Allen, Sergeant RM. Lost at sea aboard HMS Dunedin, 24th November 1941. He worshipped at St Margaret's, Father B Copley was his Godfather.
St Margaret's Church Parishioners Book of Remembrance WW2_Harriman1939-1945United KingdomSt Margaret's Church, SouthseaLocation of Book is currently unknown (Jul 21) Also see St Margaret's Church Parishioners Memorial WW2Reginald Leonard Harriman, Marine Musician, aged 20. HMS Glorious lost on June 9th 1940. His home was at 62, Brompton Road. He was in the choir and the Church Lads Brigade
St Margaret's Church Parishioners Book of Remembrance WW2_Long1939-1945United KingdomSt Margaret's Church, SouthseaLocation of Book is currently unknown (Jul 21) Also see St Margaret's Church Parishioners Memorial WW2Bernard William Long, Marine Musician. Lost at sea when HMS Cornwall was sunk, 5th April 1942. He was married at St Margaret's in 1940 by Father Bevis Copley. He was born at 27, Tredegar Road
St Margaret's Church Parishioners Book of Remembrance WW2_Moore1939-1945United KingdomSt Margaret's Church, SouthseaLocation of Book is currently unknown (Jul 21) Also see St Margaret's Church Parishioners Memorial WW2L G Moore, Marine of HMS Royal Oak, killed 14th October 1939. His home was at 'White Cloud Cottages', White Cloud Place.
St Margaret's Church Parishioners Memorial WW21939-1945United KingdomSt Margaret's Church, SouthseaOnly the names are on the tablet but there is a Book of Remembrance that gives details of rank etc, but its whereabouts is currently unknown (Jul 2021). The following in the armed forces from this parish gave their lives. Includes: Sergt Sydney William Allen RM; Marine Musician Reginald Leonard Harriman; Marine Musician Bernard William Long; Marine L G Moore.
St Mary Hound Cross1914-1918United KingdomSt Mary the Virgin Churchyard, Hound, HantsPte Gilbert Charles Sandom, RMLI, PO/15853Remember the men of this parish who gave their lives for their King, their Country, and the Liberty of Mankind, 1914-1919. "Their name Liveth for Evermore". Includes: Gilbert Sandom
St Mary's Copythorne Plaque1914-1918United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Copythorne, HantsNo trace of a Charles Effery nor C Effemy as recorded on the memorial ouside the Church. Probably the Rupert S Effemy on the Netley Marsh memorial.For God King & Country. Includes: Charles Effery
St Mary's Hayling Island Memorials1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Mary's Church, South Hayling, HantsPte Joseph James Boncey, RMLI, PO/11603, HMS Invincible, died 31 May 1916; QMS J B Elmer, RMA, RMA/1304 (RMR/A/0321), Eastney Barracks, died, 1 Oct 1915; Gunner F J May, RMA, RMA/1042(S), RMA Howitzer Bde, died 12 Feb 1919; Mne Peter Henry Bowers, RM, PO/X 2374, HMS Barham, died 25 Nov 1941; Cpl Hector Leslie Reed, RM, PO/X 1682, HMS Hood, died 24 May 1941; Mne Martin Donald Reed, RM, PO/X 101229, died 4 Dec 1940Includes: WW1: Boncey, J J, RMLI, HMS Invincible; Elmer, J B, QMS, RMA; May, F J, Gunner, RMA. WW2: Bowers, P H, Mne; Reed, H L, Cpl; Reed, M D, Mne.
St Mary's Warsash Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Mary's Church, Warash, HantsBertie Turner, RMA 14531, HMS Defence, 31 May 1916. No RMs for WW2. Roll of Honour (served) A McDonald, Pte, RMLI.For God, King & Country, Greater love hath no man than this, The Heroic Dead. Includes: Turner, B, 1916, RN
St Marys Church War Memorial Torquay 1RMLI UKDevon
St Marys Church War Memorial Torquay 2RMLI UKDevonPly/10222 Pte Arthur Walling
St Michael All Angels, Lyndhurst_plaque1914-1918United KingdomSt Michael All Angels Church, Lyndhurst, HantsPte George Pullinger PO/15500, RMLI, HMS Good Hope, lost 1 Nov 1914. T F Turton, PO/16707 who appears on the main Lyndhurst memorial is not included here.Let us remember the men of Lyndhurst who lost their lives through the Great War. Includes: G Pullinger, Pte, RMLI
St Peter's North Hayling Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Peter's Churchyard, North Hayling, HantsPte Joseph James Boncey, RMLI, PO/11603, HMS Invincible, died 31 May 1916Includes: Boncey, J J
St Wilfred's Parishioners (by streets) memorial1914-1918United KingdomSt Wilfrid's Church, PortsmouthLists all parishioners who served in WW1. Includes: Beecham Road: Stevens, J, Band Corp, RMA. Avondale Road: Jones G T, RMLI. George Street: Cooper, C, RMLI. Burleigh Road: Giles H, Pte, RMLI. Langford Road: Boulton H, Pte, RMLI; Rendell, A, Pte, RMLI; Palmer H, Pte, RMLI. Outer St Wilfrid's: Dean W, Serg R Marines; Turner, A, Serg, RMA. Glencoe Road: Ludlow, W, Pte, RMLI.
St Wilfred's Roll of Honour1914-1918United KingdomSt Wilfrid's Church, PortsmouthLists all parishioners who gave their lives in WW1. Cpl Frederick Warren Horatio Parker, RMLI, PO/15023, HMS Invincible, died 31 May 1916; Musician Ernest John Gallagher, RM Band, RMB/1772, HMS Indefatigable, died 31 May 1916Includes : Frederick Warren Horatio Parker, Cpl, RMLI, HMS Invincible; Ernest John Gallagher, Musician, RM Band, HMS Indefatigable;
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, 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. Catherine British CemeteryFranceArras
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
St. Thomas Church Eighton BanksUKGateshead
Stubbington Holy Rood memorial1914-1919United KingdomHoly Rood Church, Stubbington, HantsPte Edward John Coffin, RMLI, PO/10122To the glorious memory of the following prishioners of Crofton who gave their lives for their King and Country during the Great War 1914 to 1919. Includes: Royal Marines, E C Coffin
Stubbington Holy Rood memorial_WW21914-1919United KingdomHoly Rood Church, Stubbington, HantsMne Cecil Guy Williams, PO/19730, HMS President (SS Empire Airman), died 22 Sep 1940Remember - who gave their lives serving their Country 1939-45. Includes: CG Williams
Stubbington Village memorial1914-1918United KingdomStubbington, HantsPte Edward John Coffin, RMLI, PO/10122Our Glorious Dead. Includes: E C Coffin, RM
Sub Lieut Keith Morehead Campbell RN mosaics (1)Submarine C31January 1915United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsThese two mosaics were part of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these mosaics still exists behind internal walling.In gratitude for the life of Keith Morehead Gunning Campbell Sub Lt RN, younger son of Col Gunning Campbell RMA. Erected by his relatives and friends of the RMA
Sub Lieut Keith Morehead Campbell RN mosaics (2)Submarine C31January 1915United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsThese two mosaics were part of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these mosaics still exists behind internal walling.He lost his life on active service in a submarine off the coast of Belgium in the first week in January 1915, Aged 22. Erected by his father, mother and brother.
Sucrerie British CemeteryFrance
Sunderland War Memorial UKSunderland
Sunken Road Boisleux-St. Marc CemeteryFrance
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.
Swanmore Memorial Cross1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomRoadside by St Barnabus Church, Swanmore, HantsWW1: Gnr Walter Mears, RMA/11505. WW2: Mne Harry Gomer, PO/216871To the Glory of God and in Loving memory of the Swanmore men who gave their lives for their Country 1914-1918. Includes: W Mears. Parish of Swanmore Roll of Honour (1939-1945). Includes: Harry Gomer
Swanmore St Barnabus_RoH_11914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Barnabus Church, Swanmore, HantsWW1: Gunner Walter Mears, RMA/11505. WW2: Mne Harry Gomer, PO/216871Swanmore Roll of Honour. World War 1 - 1914-1918. World War II - 1939-1945. Subsequent Conflicts. Includes: WW1: Walter Mears. WW2: Harry Gomer
Swanmore St Barnabus_RoH_21914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Barnabus Church, Swanmore, HantsWW1: Gnr Walter Mears, RMA/11505. WW2: Mne Harry Gomer, PO/216871Modern Roll of Honour (2002) in display cabinet. Includes: WW1: Walter Mears. WW2: Harry Gomer
Sway St Lukes Plaque1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Luke's Church, Sway, HantsSegt Frederic Walter Smith, RM, PO/X 781. No WW1 RMs. 1939-1945 Includes: WW2: F W Smith
Sway Village memorial1914-1918, 1939-1945United KingdomRoadside just outside the village, Sway, HantsSegt Frederic Walter Smith, RM, PO/X 781, HMS Erebus, died 9 Apr 1942, Sri Lanka. No WW1 RMs1939-1945 Includes: WW2: F W Smith, RM
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 Cockleshell Heroes memorialRoyal Marines1942United KingdomRM Memorial Garden, EastneyThe Cockleshell Heroes - 1942. Maj H Hasler OBE DSO RM; Mne W Sparks DSM; Cpl A Laver; Mne W Mills; Cpl G Sheard; Lt J Mackinnon RM; Mne J Conway; Sgt S Wallace; Mne R Ewart; Mne D Moffat. In Memoriam
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.
Titchfield St Peters Memorial1914-1918United KingdomSt Peter's Church, Titchfield, HantsPte Walter Robert George Gamblin, RMLI, PO/15352. Shown as Lance Corporal on CWGC databaseTo the Glory of God and in honour of the men who in the year 1914 and threafter went out from this parish and gave their lives in many widely sundered parts of the World by sea and land and air. May God grant that whatever be the path mankind is destined to trace there may always in all countries be men who at the call of that which they hold to be their duty will face death with like steadfastness. Includes: Pte W G Gamblin, RMLI, HMS Edgar
Totton Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomRecreation Ground, Totton, HantsWW1: Frederick George Harris, RMLI PO/1758S, 1st RM Btn, assumed dead 28 Apr 1917. WW2: Mne George Allot, RM, PO/22532, HMS Hood, died 24 May 1941; Mne Montague Douglas Mills, RM, PO/X 3424, HMS Hood, died 24 May 1941; Mne Stanley Leonard Pragnell, RM, PO/X 3016, HMS Royal Oak, died 14 Oct 1939.To The Glory of God - In memory of those of Totton & Eling who gave their lives in 1914-1918 & 1939-1945 wars and other hostilities. Includes: WW1: F G Harris. WW2: G Allot; M D Mills; S L Pragnell.
Triangle Memorial FranceTriangle
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.
Varrenes Military Cemetery Memorial FranceVarrenes
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
Warlencourt MemorialFranceWarlencourt
Warren Francis Trotter mosaics (1)United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsTwo mosaics that were part of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these mosaics still exist behind internal walling.To the Glory of God and in memory of Warren Francis Trotter ???? RM Artillery. These panels are erected by his brother Officers as a token of their Affection and esteem.
Warren Francis Trotter mosaics (2)United KingdomGrand Division Row, Henderson Road, Southsea, HantsTwo mosaics that were part of the decoration in St Andrew's Church, Eastney. The church was converted to housing in the 1990s and this and most other immovable decorations were left in place and covered over. It is assumed that these mosaics still exist behind internal walling.Retiring in 1912 he volunteered at the outbreak of war and was serving in command of the RMA Brigade Depot when he died 19 June 1916, aged 57.
Warsash Memorial1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomVictory Hall, Warsash Road, Warsash, HantsBertie Turner, RMA 14531, HMS Defence, 31 May 1916. No RMs for WW2. The Great War, 1914-1918, Their name liveth for evermore. Includes: B Turner.
Waterlooville War memorial_gate1914-1919United KingdomSt George's Church, Waterlooville, HantsGunner Ernest Henry Rogers, RMA/8054, HMS Cyclops, buried St Peter's churchyard, South Ronaldsay, Orkney IslandsRemember those who died in war and in all conflict, 1914-1918, 1939-1945. Includes: Ernest H Rogers, RMA
Waterlooville War memorial_tower1914-1919United KingdomSt George's Church, Waterlooville, HantsGunner Ernest Henry Rogers, RMA/8054, HMS Cyclops, buried St Peter's churchyard, South Ronaldsay, Orkney IslandsTo the Glory of God and in memory of the gallant men and women who fell in the Great War of 1914-1918. The war memorial clock was re-erected in this tower 1969. Includes: Ernest H Rogers, RMA
West End Parish Scroll1914-1918United KingdomParish Centre, West End, HantsThere is no record of a Charles Barfoot in the CWGC database or in the RM service records held by The National Archives, nor is he listed among the crew lost on HMS Hampshire. There is a Charles Barfoot RGA who died France 19.5.17. The Muster Roll (those who served) includes: Gnr Percy Charles Butt, RMA/4756; Gnr William Longman, RMA; Pte Reuben W Smith, RMA, RMA; Pte Alfred G Wheeler, RMLI.The Great War 1914-1919. Parish of Westend, Hants. Roll of Honour. Includes: Barfoot, Charles, 5.6.16, Pte RMA, HMS Hampshire
West End St James tablet1914-1918United KingdomSt James's Church, West End, HantsThere is no record of a Charles Barfoot in the CWGC database or in the RM service records held by The National Archives, nor is he listed among the crew lost on HMS Hampshire. There is a Charles Barfoot RGA who died France 19.5.17.Below Window: To the Glory of God & in memory of those who died in the Great War 1914-1918 & whose names are recorded on the tablet below. Includes: Barfoot, Charles.
West Norwood MemorialUnited KingdomWest Norwood, London
West Norwood War MemorialRoyal MarinesUKLondonMemorial West Norwood, South East London Inscription: PO/X 102377 Lance Corporal R. W. Price, Royal Marines
West Wellow Cross_11914-1918United KingdomRoadside, West Wellow, HantsProbaby Cpl Herbert Goodchild Bond, RMLI, PO/2533(S). This cross stands at SU297196. The original cross on this site was destroyed in a traffic accident and this new cross erected in November 1984. The original plinth, which was undamaged, was re-sited outside St Margaret of Antioch Church in the village (see West Wellow Cross_2)To the Glory of God and in memory of those from this parish who gave themselves for us in the Great War. 1914-1918. Includes: H G Bond
West Wellow Cross_21914-1918United KingdomOutside St Margaret of Antioch Church, West Wellow, HantsProbaby Cpl Herbert Goodchild Bond, RMLI, PO/2533(S). This is the original plinth of the cross destroyed by a traffic accident and replaced by West Wellow Cross_1.To the Glory of God and in memory of those from this parish who gave themselves for us in the Great War. 1914-1918. Includes: H G Bond
Westbourne Memorial1914-1919United KingdomSt John the Baptist Churchyard, Westbourne, West SussexThomas Francis Griffith, Gunner RMA/2569 (RMR/B/1266), HMS Aboukir; Frederick Nathaniel Wells, Private, CH/21927, RMLI (Deal Depot), buried in Westbourne cemetery (see Graves).WW1: In memory of men from Westbourne who laid down their lives in The Great War, 1914-1919. Includes: Griffith, RMA; Wells, RMLI
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
Whitsbury St Leonard Plaque WW11914-1918United KingdomSt Leonard's Church, Whitsbury, HantsPossibly: Pte Harry Carter, RMLI, PO/8224; Lance Sgt George Frederick Hall, CH/11139, RMLI Roll of Honour, To the Glory of God and in Memory of the Men of this Parish who served during the Great War, 1914-1918. Includes: Carter, H, Pte; Hall, G F, Pte
Wickham War Memorial 1914-1919, 1939-1945United KingdomSt Nicholas's Churchyard, Wickham, HantsWW1: William John Dredge, Pte, RMLI, PO/14589, HMS Good Hope; Pte William Hall, RMLI, PO/295/S; Pte Ernest Edward Privett, RMLI, PO/18810; Pte George Harry Privett, RMLI, PO/14435; Pte W Kear, RMLI, PO/14944. WW2: Cpl J Frankpitt, RM, PO/X 2683To the glorious memory of the men of Wickham who fought and fell for Faith and Freedom 1914-1919. WW1 includes: W Dredge; W Hall; W Kear; E Privett; G Privett. WW2 includes: J Frankpitt
Wickham War Shrine WW11914-1919United KingdomSt Nicholas's Church, Wickham, HantsPte William John Dredge, RMLI, PO/14589; Pte William Hall, RMLI, PO/295/S; Pte Ernest Edward Privett, RMLI, PO/18810; Pte George Harry Privett, RMLI, PO/14435; Pte W Kear, RMLI, PO/14944The God who took will keep them in His care. Includes: W Dredge, Private RM; W Hall Private RM; W Kear, Private, RM; E Privett, Private, RM; G Privett, Private, RM.
Wickham WW2 Plaque1939-1945United KingdomSt Nicholas's Church, Wickham, HantsCpl James Frankpitt, RM, PO/X 2683Sacred to the memory of the men of this parish who laid down their lives in the Second World war 1939-1945. Includes: James Frankpitt
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
William Billinge MemorialBritish MarinesUKLongnor village Staffordshire Buried in village churchyard. Separate Memorial stone ( see photo ) contains complete details of one of earliest records of a Marine?s service history
Winchester All Saints Plaque1914-1918United KingdomAll Saints Church, Winchester, HantsPte Elijah Hill, RMLI, PO/1388(S)1914-1918, For God King and Country, Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down hislife for his friends. Includes: 1917, Elijah Hill, Pte, RMLI
Winchester College Memorial1914-1918United KingdomThe Cloisters, Winchester College, Winchester, Hants1899 is the year he started at the College. Capt Edward Berry Carpenter, RMLI, Plymouth Bn, RN Div. CWGC records " Was Head of his House in VI. Book, and in School Cricket and Football XI, Winchester. Captain of Cricket and President of University C.U. Oxford. Private Secretary to Sir Laurence Guillemard, Home Civil Service (Excise and Customs); called to the Bar, Inner Temple."1899 - Edward Berry Carpenter Captain Royal Marine L Infantry, Gallipoli
Winchester Holy Trinity Memorial1914-1918United KingdomHoly Trinity Church, Winchester, HantsPte Sidney Ernest Smith, RMLI, PO/167081914-1918. Includes: Sydney E Smith
Winchester Peter Symonds Memorial1914-1918United KingdomPeter Symonds School, Winchester, HantsSgt William Fitzroy Stoneadge, RM according to Hampshire War Memorials website but there is no matching record on CWGC database.Honour and Remembrance, 1914-1918. Their name shall live for ever and their glory shall not be blotted out. Includes: W F Stoneadge
Winchester St Cross Memorial1914-1918United KingdomThe Chapel of The Hospital of St Cross, Winchester, HantsPte Frank Edward Hunt, RMLI, CH/1696(S). (E Hunt on CWGC).All these were Honoured in their Generation and were a Glory in their Days. Includes: F E Hunt, Pte, RMLI
Winchester St Peters Chesil RoH1914-1918United KingdomAll Saints Church, Winchester, HantsLance Cpl George Otty Povey, RMLI, PO/16867St Peter Chesil, 1914-1918. Includes: George Otty Povey
Winkleigh War Memorial 1RMUKDevonLt Henry D Hartnoll DSC
Winkleigh War Memorial 2RMUKDevonLt Henry D Hartnoll DSC
Woolston St Marks WW1RMA1914-1918United KingdomSt Mark's Church, Woolston, Southampton, HantsGunner Frank Davenport, RMA, RMA/5417, HMS Natal, died 30 Dec 1915; This window is dedicated to the Glory of God , a thanksgiving for Victory and in memory of the following men who gave their lives in the Great War, 1914-1918. Includes: F Davenport
Y Ravine Cemetery, FranceRoyal MarinesFranceBeaumont HamelBeaumont Hamel, France
Yokohama 'Foreigners' CemeteryRoyal MarinesJapanYokohamaGravestones of Royal Marine Ranks removed from their burial site after an earthquake
Zeebrugge ChurchyardBelgiumZeebrugge