In August 2013, the government announced a campaign to honour Victoria Cross recipients from the First World War.
As part of this, commemorative paving stones will be laid in the birth place of Victoria Cross recipients to honour their bravery and provide a lasting legacy of local heroes within communities.
A total of 628 Victoria Crosses were awarded during the First World War, of which 145 were awarded to servicemen who fought for Britain, but were born overseas.
The first Ulster paving stone will be laid in April 2015 to commemorate Private Robert Morrow, Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Click on the map for the location of commemorative paving stones and information on the recipients. The map will be updated as more paving stones are laid.