The names of those who fell in the Second World War are recorded on a series of eight panels on a wall that forms the backdrop to the main memorial, which was erected in the aftermath of the First World War. I have devoted one page to each panel - they are listed 1-8 and the names are in alphabetical order.
I have limited information on some of the men and women, and I cannot claim to have done much original research. I have instead used the CWGC online records and other Internet material to get basic information, and I have drawn heavily on work I believe to have been done originally by Alistair Robinson, Cullybackey. I am putting what I know here only because I do not believe it is now available in a readily accessible form elsewhere. A little contextual material, where possible, has been added to help explain the circumstances of death.
Please note, some of those on the list cannot yet be identified, though I trust what is known will be of use to some people. I will attempt to add other material when I have time to do more research.
Ballymena War Memorials.
The obelisk bears the names of the fallen of what we now call the First World War. The curved wall behind it bears the names of those killed in the Second World War.