|Belle Isle to the left, on Windermere; Looking north to Ambleside.|
- 2nd Lieutenant Rodney Nigel Holt, aged 20 years, of Mile End House, Romney, Hants.
- Rifleman Jack William Weir, aged 19 years, of Viewmount, West Hill, Culloden, Invernesshire.
- Reginald Ernest Taylor, aged 19 years, of 45 Bordon Place, Stratford-on-Avon.
- Harry Cohen Richards, aged 19 years, of 48 Wedmore Street, Upper Holloway, London.
- Henry Frank Thorpe, aged 18 years, of 19 Tolvin Street, Hammersmith.
- Ronald William Digby, aged 21 years, of 172 Doyse Gardens, Willesden.
The tragedy, devastating as it was, occurred in the backdrop of war and reporting on it would have its official limitations. It would also need to be seen, on a national level, as merely another incident of loss of armed service personnel among the many many thousands who had passed before them, with similar loss of civilian lives. Time passed, and despite the ceremonies at the war memorials quoting Lawrence Binion's words 'We Will Remember Them', Windermere had all but forgotten the tragic fatalities of men training in what was still a war footing mentality of the day. However, a Windermere resident called Don Lowis recalled the tragedy and in 2015 questioned why their six names were not mentioned at the town memorial? The local Royal British Legion Branch decided to do this on Remembrance Sunday 2015, this now being the 70th anniversary year of their deaths. On Saturday 6th February 2016, a plaque was placed on a seat next to the memorial which names all six men. In that way the town would also remember and so honour the ultimate sacrifice the six paid, training for the defence of their country.