The amount of information listed varies, but the Plymouth Second World War records usually include a combination of the following information about your ancestor:
Service Lists: civil defence
Service in which they served e.g. Auxillary Fire Service
Wage paid for service
Ship on which they served
Age at death
Date of death
Location on remembrance panel
Each record includes a transcript and an image of the original lists used by local officials to record home-front personnel and the location of names on remembrance panels.
The original Plymouth Second World War records 1939-1945 are held at Plymouth City Council's Plymouth & West Devon Record Office. They are the principal archive repository within Plymouth and the West Devon area. It exists to collect and preserve the historical records (archives) of the area and to promote and encourage their use by all who want to study them.