ROYAL MARINES BADGE & INSIGNIA REFERENCE

Royal Marines Plaques & Memorials

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Examples of search criteria:
- George - will return all entries with Memorial George. Note searches are not case sensitive, e.g. searching for George and george will return the same entries.
- Commando – will return all the entries that have Commando in the content, e.g. Memorial Commando and Unit Commando.
- george Malta – will return all entries that have george as the Memorial name and Malta as the Country.

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Memorial Unit Date Country Location Notes Inscription
Barbados Military Cemetery RMLI West Indies Barbados Framed 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.
Barcombe War Memorial United Kingdom Sussex Henry Stevens Bombardier RMA/16558
Bath Colleage, Bath Abbey War Memorial Royal Marines United Kingdom Somerset Charles Burnett Partridge
Batlle of the Windmill, Canada, (2) RMLI Canada Ontario Battle 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) RMLI Canada Ontario Battle 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)
Battle War Memorial United Kingdom Sussex Peter Cave MiD, Lieutenant
Beaulieu Memorial 1914-1918 United Kingdom Outside Abbey Church, Beaulieu, Hants Lieut Stanton Degge Wilmot-Sitwell, Victory RM Bde, killed in operations in the Dardenelles 14 Jul 1915 Includes: Stanton Degge Wilmot-Sitwell, Lieut, RMLI
Bedhampton St Thomas Plaque 1914-1918, 1939-1945 United Kingdom St Thomas the Apostle Church, Bedhampton, Hants WW1: Col Sgt Llewellyn George Edwin Cole, RMLI, PO/8812; WW2: Marine Rex George, RM, PO/X113288 WW1: 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), France RM Armoured Support Group France Benerville
Benerville (2), France RM Armoured Support Group France Benerville
Berlin 1939-1945 Cemetery Memorial Germany Berlin
Beuzeville, France 46 Commando RM France Beuzeville Named in honour of 46 Commando RM - Avenue du 46 Royal Marine Commando, Beuzeville, France.
Binsted War Memorial (1) Royal Marines United Kingdom Hampshire Harry Clement Arnold
Binsted War Memorial (2) Royal Marines United Kingdom Hampshire Edward Kennedy
Bishop's Waltham Cross 1914-1919, 1939-1945 United Kingdom St Peter's Church, Bishop's Waltham, Hants WW1: 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 1941 The 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_RoH 1914-1919, 1939-1945 United Kingdom St Peter's Church, Bishop's Waltham, Hants WW1: 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
Bishops Hull War Memorial Royal Marines United Kingdom Somerset Frederick aka Fred Mattravers
Bishops Waltham War Memorial (1) Royal Marines United Kingdom Hampshire Frederick Charles Andrews
Bishops Waltham War Memorial (2) Royal Marines United Kingdom Hampshire Edwin Albert Barfoot
Bishops Waltham War Memorial (3) Royal Marines United Kingdom Hampshire George Lovell