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|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|