Ramsey Town Commissioners are appealing for relatives of those who lost their lives in World War I to get in touch.
The local authority is commemorating the 100th anniversaries of the deaths of all residents from the town who were killed in the conflict.
Nine more anniversary ceremonies are due to take place during May, June and July, with the Commissioners placing a cross at the town's war memorial for each person.
The board is keen to gather information and pictures about those who gave their lives, and also want to hear from members of their families who would like to attend the ceremonies.
A full list of the servicemen who will be honoured in the coming months can be found on the Commissioners' Facebook page.
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