On the balcony, between the two sets of stairs.
The memorial is a wooden framed glass desk containing a variety of items including a Roll of Honour and a number of plaques.

The HMS Hood Association Memorial
Roll of Honour (1)

Roll of Honour (2)

Roll of Honour (3)
24TH MAY 1941
Rest ye brother Mariner, we will not wander more


Further Information
The HMS Hood Roll of Honour was compiled by Edwin Greenwood and is bound in blue leather with three richly ornamented title pages (see left). The Roll contains a foreward by the Admiral of the Fleet The Earl Mountbatten of Burma, a dedication to Greenwood's father Captain Frank Greenwood, and lists the names, ranks and serial numbers of members of the crew that perished in the battle with the Bismark.
A duplicate version of the Greenwood Roll of Honour is understood to be in Canada.
Although there has been some disagreement in the exact number of men who lost their lives, the official records confirm that 1,415 men are missing, presumed dead. The Roll of Honour includes all of their names but there are some discrepancies in the details. Some were misspelt and there were several Free French on board who took Anglicised names to protect families at home.
To see a complete and accurate Roll of Honour visit the HMS Hood Association web site (this link opens a new window). Detailed information about each man, where available, is also available on the site.
It should also be noted that not all the names on the Roll of Honour appear on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial which records only those men assigned through Portsmouth who were lost at sea. Also on board were 7 men assigned through Plymouth, 7 through Chatham, 4 Polish and 3 Canadian Officers.
[Thanks to Frank Allen of the HMS Hood Association for much of the information above.]
A further copy of the Greenwood Roll of Honour is held at St George's Church
See also the HMS Hood Association web site.