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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Cable Caddy Cade Cade Cadell Cadger Douglas

Moffat C KH Roderick Joseph Sheila Nimmo Robertson

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Australian Army Admiralty Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Royal Signals. RAF, Wg Cdr. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs.

Summary of Service
Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park early 1941 - mid 1942. Naval Section, reporting watch. Left for Admiralty NID 12. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block A, Naval Section, Japanese. Y Service. Intercept operator. Air Ministry Signals and Wireless Intelligence Section. Bletchley Park July 1943 - June 1945. Block D(6). Registration Room 2, registering encrypted German signals, recording call-signs and estimated times of origin. Eastcote November 1943 - June 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 14, Cypher Office, Block E Bletchley Park. Typex wheel production. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Probably Colossus technician. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1943. Hut 3. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block D (3). Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Spanish.

Sources

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Cadisch Cadman Cahill Cahill Caine Cairncross Cairncross Cairns Cairns Cairns Calburn Calder Calder Caldicote Caldwell Calkin Callaghan Callander Callaway Callen Calnan Calverley Calvert Calvocoressi Cambie Cambrey

Pamela DJ Eileen Margaret Laurie John Jessie John IJ LM MR Robert Charles AB Rosemary E Alma Jean Mary Riviere JH SME EE EO KM Reg Peter Glen Richard M

Dawson Day

WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Int Corps GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, C V, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Army. WRNS RAF, Flt Lt. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Army, Sgt. RAF, Sgt. RAF, Wg Cdr. FO Civilian, Miss.

Perfect

7 4 7 7, 9 7 7 12, 14, 4 4

Bletchley Park. Hut 14 and Block E. Cypher Office and Central Signals 4, 9 Registry. Bletchley Park August 1942 - May 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Chicksands Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(8), mod. Typex operator. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park from 1940. Guard Room. Bletchley Park. Block F and Hut 10. Military Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A(N), Naval Section. Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Possibly SIXTA. Stanmore January 1943 - January 1946. Bombe maintenance. Bletchley Park to late 1945. Hut 3. Air Intelligence Section. India. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. 4, 7, 12, 7, 9 7, 9, 11 7 7 7 6, 11 11, 2 4, 10, 4, 11, 9 7 6, 7, 9, 12, 14, 7 9

Merry

Walpole

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Cameron Cameron Cameron Cameron Cameron Cameron Camfield Camidge Cammaerts Isobel JMG Joan Hilda

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, 2nd Officer. WRNS

Summary of Service

Sources

Armstrong

Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(6). 7 Bletchley Park. Education Officer 5, Stanmore December 1942 - January 1944. Bombe operator. Colombo 7 March 1944 - October 1945, Japanese codes. 4 7, 11 11, 7, 9, 12 11, 7, 9

MR Muriel Frances Isabelle Smith RE Donald A Jos Jeanne Henriette

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). WRCNS, Lt. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. RN, PO. Army, Int Corps, Maj. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Int Corps, S/Sgt. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Intelligence Exchange. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park Autumn 1943 - October 1945. Block G, SIXTA. Traffic analysis. Later Block F, Testery, analysing effects of weather on transmission frequency. Eastcote. Bombe operator Bletchley Park late 1944 - July 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park September 1944 - May 1946. Probably Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park September 1939 - February 1945. Mansion, Hut 10, Block A and Block F(A), Air Section, including advanced research in Italian sub-section. Hut 5 and Block F, Military Section, probably Japanese.

Lindley

Camp Campaigne Campbell Campbell

Anne Howard Anne Archibald Hunter

Dawes Bence

WRNS USN, Cdr. WAAF FO Civilian, TSAO, Professor.

7 7, 12 7 1, 2, 3A, 4, 9, 12,

Campbell

Constance Maude

MacKay

FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park January 1943 - June 1945. Block D(3). Worked on Miss. Army Index, recording significant points from decrypted signals; later head of section. GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1944. Worked on Colossus. Bletchley Park from 1942. Elmers School, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator and Morse slip reader.

4, 7, 12

Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell

Don EB Georgina IM Garner Boyce Barker Rose

7 9, 11 7 2, 5, 7, 9

WAAF

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion and Hut 10, Air Section, Luftwaffe tactical codes. Later ISOS, research. Also at Cheadle. WRNS, L/Wren WAAF FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss.

Campbell Jean Campbell Patricia ("Paddy") Campbell-Harris Jean Alys CampbellJamieson Ruth C

Eastcote and Stanmore 1943 - 1945. Probably bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. 7 Bletchley Park 1942 - 1946. Block A(N). Naval Section. Clerical duties, 4, 7 including typing German naval signals. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Elmers School and Hut 9A, ISOS. 4,10,

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different CampbellRobertson Campion Camwell Canale Candlish Cane Cane Cane Cann Cann Cannell Canney Cannon Canon Cant Cant Capel Capewell Capon Capp Carding Carew Hunt Carey Carey Carl Carley Carley Carlin Jean Winifred BJT Whiteman Nicoll

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS, 1st Officer WRNS, L/Wren GPO Civilian, Mr. RAF, FS. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Block D(6) Bletchley Park. Probably Mansion and Hut 9, Administration Section. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Bletchley Park December 1941 - October 1942. OC all WRNS at Bletchley Park and bombe outstations. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry, probably maintenance engineer. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block B, Naval Sec, Italian and Japanese.

Sources

4, 7 7 4, 11, 9, 12 11, 7 7 3N, 4, 11,

HM HJ M V R ("Bunty") May Rosabelle Cecile May Patricia June Laetitia J RJE AE PR JM Beryl Doris E Bessie Pauline Geofrey RN Angela Flora Eileen McLeod Ralph F Joan Philip Alfred Joan

Benson

WRNS WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RN, Tel(SO). FO Civilian, Mr. Air Ministry Civilian, Miss. WRNS US Army, Tech Sgt FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss.

Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry. 7 Bletchley Park September 1944 - September 1945. Colossus operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Knockholt Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block B(N). Naval Section. Eastcote and Gayhurst Manor 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block G, ISK and ISOS. Azores October 1943 - May 1945. HF/DF operator against U-boats. Flowerdown May 1945 - August 1946. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1940. Elmers School. Diplomatic Section. Dunstable 1943 - 1947. Decoded German meteorological signals. Bletchley Park. Possibly bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block C, Hollerith operator. No 4 Wireless Company. Intercept operator and slip reader. Bletchley Park. Block C, Hollerith operator. 7 2, 7 11, 11 4 7 3N, 4, 11, 7 4, 7, 7 7 1, 2, 7 7 7 7 7 7

Labertouche

McKenzie Pilcher, later Bates

Martin

21 June 2012

Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Carline Carlisle Carlow Joan R Winifred Fielding Robertson Czulinski

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS RSS Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Summary of Service
Stanmore 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Radio Security Service, Portrush, Voluntary Interceptor. Bletchley Park September 1943 - May 1945. Block D(6). Mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. . Bletchley Park Burma. Intercept operator. Radio Security Service, Belfast, Voluntary Interceptor. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. Wavendon House 1940. Probably Diplomatic Section. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1944. Telephonist. Bletchley Park. Block F, Testery. 4 WU and 6 WU. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen. Bletchley Park from May 1943. Block E, Comms Officer. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Hut 4, Block A(N), Naval Section. Cryptanalyst, including on German manual codes and ciphers. Head of NS 1(G), German cryptography in 1944. Bletchley Park. Hut 14 Central Signals Registry and Communications Signals Office. . RAF Cheadle 1943 - May 1945. Wireless operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 9 and Elmers School. ISOS.

Sources

7 7 4, 7

Carman Carmichael Carmichael Carmichael Carnegie Carney Carney Carolan Carr Carr Carr Carr Carr Carr

Ruby Amelia Alexander Stewart Hugh Jean ("Copper") KE Letty Ron F Keith J Ada Allan BM C CB Charles Telford

Farquharson Ambler

Haley

Army, Royal Signals. RSS Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps. RAAF WRNS Army, Int Corps WRNS WAAF, ACW. Army, Maj FO Civilian, TSAO, Dr.

7 7 7 7 2 7 7 7 7 7, 9 3N, 11, 2 9, 12 1, 2, 3N, 4, 7M, 9, 12, 4, 9 7 4

Carr Carr Carr Carrick Carroll Carroll Carruthers Carsill Carslake Carson Carson

D Edward Albert GM Geoffrey John O RB Violet Murray Sylvia M A Patricia James Nelson LA

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RN FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Miss. US Army, Lt. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Sgt. Army, Capt.

Bletchley Park June 1944 - August 1945. Probably Block F. Japanese 7 translator. Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park probably from late 1943. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park from October 1939. Hut 3, Block D(3) and Block G, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Typist. Bletchley Park Jan 1943 - May 1946. Block F, Air Section, German. Bedford, ISSIS, Bletchley Park, Military Section, Japanese and JAFO. 6, 11 6, 7, 9 2, 4, 7, 9 7 3N, 11, 7, 9 5,

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Carson Carswell Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter WA M Brenda DV FD Freda Hilda Joan Phyllis Bessie KW LKG RA Reuben Edward Sheila

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park 1943. Military Section, Italian. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Kelly FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. Knockholt. Billeting Officer. Sandridge from 1940. Bletchley Park. Naval Section Bletchley Park. Block D Hut 3S Bletchley Park from September 1939. Hut 3, enemy call-signs and movements

Evans

10, 9 9, 4 2 7, 11 7 1, 2, 9

Bletchley Park. Block B and Hut 7. Naval Section, including Japanese. 4, 11, Sandridge and Northleach (St Albans) c, 1940 - c. 1942. Morse slip reader. 2, 12 3N, 4, 11, 12, 7 7

FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park. Block B and Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Mr. Wilson RN WRNS Freetown January 1944 - May 1945. Intercept operator. Stanmore March 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park May - October 1945. Possibly Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Freetown 1941. Cupar Spring 1942. Bletchley Park May 1943 - 1945. Radio operator. Bletchley Park October 1943 - March 1945. Possibly Block E, Commcen, Morse Slip Reader. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 6 and Block D. Mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. . Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Stanmore and Eastcote to 1945. Bombe operator. Y service 1939 - 1945. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1943. Bletchley Park May 1944 - September 1945. Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(3). Alexandria. Intercept operator.

Carter Carter Carter Carter Cartlidge Cartmale Cartwright Cartwright Carus-Wilson Carver Carver Carvill Carwardine

Sidney Norman Stella A Sylvia Kathleen TM Grace Ellen PM Diana Richard L Margaret Geraldine Elizabeth Ann Isabel Rosemary George Hitchins Newman

RN FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Capt. ATS, Int Corps FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. RN

7 7 7 7, 9 7, 9, 14 4 7 7 7 3N, 7, 11, 7 7, 9, 7

Bristol

21 June 2012

Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Case Case Kenneth Rosamond Twinn

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RN

Summary of Service
Rosyth Escort Force and 21 Destroyer Flotilla November 1943 Autumn 1944. Intercept operator against E-boats.

Sources

7 4, 7

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park May 1941 - May 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Hut 6 Registration Room, indexing and identifying sources of Enigma signals. Army, Royal Signals ATS, Int Corps WRNS 116 SWS. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Probably Block A(N), Naval Section VI, Technical Intelligence, working on captured documents.

Case Case Cash-Reed Cassar Cassels Cassie Casson Castell

Tony WML Rosemary J Joseph Anthony J W S ("Ian")

Tierney

7 7, 9 7, 11, 3N, 4, 7, 11 3N, 4, 11, 12, 7

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Colombo 1945 - 1946. Italian and Japanese cryptography. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park July 1943 - 1945. Block A, Naval Section, Japanese, and Research Section. . WRNS, PO Wren. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park January - February 1945. Japanese traffic analysis course. Colombo Spring - August 1945. Traffic analysis.

Sheila Baxter ("Baxie") Titford Bessie BL Whitehead

Bletchley Park July 1943 - August 1945. Block E, Commcen. Wireless 7 operator/Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park November 1942 - August 1945. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. Member of Bletchley Park chamber orchestra. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Letchworth. Assembled bombes at BTM. Eastcote and Stanmore 1943 - 1944. Gayhurst Manor 1944 - 1945. Bombe maintenance. Bletchley Park. Block D(6) and Naval Section, Japanese. 7, 9

Caster Castle Castle Castle Castor Caswell Catchpole Cathie Cathles Catley Catling Cattini Catton

Frederick Arthur Doug R Edgar George Edward Ted Stella Mary June Marian Forward Coleridge

Army, Int Corps. GPO Civilian, Mr. BTM Civilian, Mr. RAF FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS

7, 9 7, 14 7 7 3N, 4, 11,

Gayhurst Manor 1941 - 1944. Bombe operator. Colombo 1944 - 1945. 7 2, 7, 7, 11 4, 7, 9, 12, 7 7, 9 7 7

M Pam M Smith Arthur James McIntyre Hilda ADM Teresa Elizabeth Iris

WAAF, FS Bletchley Park 1940 - c. 1945. Block E, Commcen. WRNS Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 9A, Elmers School, Block G and Hut 18. ISOS. Block F, JAFO. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps. ATS, Royal Signals ATS, Royal Signals Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. SOTB Douglas January 1943 - August 1945. Y course instructor. Shenley September 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator.

Duffy Warne

21 June 2012

Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Catty Frederic Robert

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park 1939 - Spring 1942. Elmers School, Diplomatic Section. 1, 2, 7, 12 Berkeley Street Spring 1942 - September 1944. Diplomatic Section, Head of Italian. To Rome September 1944. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Int Corps Wood WAAF Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block B, Naval Sec, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 6. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA, Log-reader. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block E, Commcen. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader. 11, 11, 3N, 4, 11, 7 7, 9 7

Caufield Cave Cave Cave Cave-BrownCave Cavett Cazaly Ceadel Chads

J D G Jeanne Gillian Mary Ethel Diana MI EB Dorothy Lilian

WRNS Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bedford, ISSIS. Bletchley Park. Block F and Hut 4, Military Section and 5, JAFO. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. RNVR, Lt. WRNS Cpl. RNVR, Lt Cdr. Bletchley Park September 1939 - c. 1940. Hut 6 and Block D(6), including Research Section and training Decoding Room personnel. Alexandria 1942 - 1944. Italian Naval Codes. Bletchley Park 1944 1945. Block A(N), Naval Section, Japanese Naval Attach codes. Wavendon House. Bombe operator. Murmansk 1942 - 1943. OC RN intercept station. Bletchley Park c. 1943 - c. January 1945. Naval Section. Washington DC c January December 1945. Assistant Staff Liaison Officer on Japanese naval matters at OP 20-G. 1, 2, 4, 7, 9

Chadwick Chaffers Chalkey Chalkley

John Penelope Bacon Cyril John Baron

3N, 5, 6, 11, 7 7, 10, 3N, 5, 7, 11, 12

Challen Challice Chalmers Chalmers Chamberlain Chamberlain Chamberlain

Ronald Duncan Pamela Rosemary JRH Sheila Arthur C Irene Joan

Finlayson

Broadway and SLUs. WRNS Eastcote 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military and JAFO Sections. Washington DC in 1945. US Army Signals Security Agency. WRNS Army, Int Corps; then Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Eastcote and Stanmore 1943. Gayhurst Manor 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator.

7 7 4, 12, 7

Kempster

Bletchley Park March 1941 - 1945. Hut 8 and Block D(8) March 1941 - 4, 7, 12 end 1943. Block F, Newmanry to 1945. Knockholt Shenley October 1943 - June 1945. Forest Moor June - November 1945. Intercept operator. 4 7

Wilkes

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Chamberlain Malcolm Alfred ("Mac")

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Mr.

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park January 1940 - 1945. Hut 6 January 1940 - May 1941. 2, 7, 9, 12, 14 Hut 8 and Block D(8) May 1941 - 1943. Hut 6 Research Section 1943 September 1944. Block F, Newmanry September 1944 - 1945. Secretary of Bletchley Park Chess Society. 7 7 9, 7 7 11, 7 7 11 7 5, 7 7, 9 7 7, 11, 7 4, 7 11, 7 11, 3A, 9 9 3A 7 4, 7, 9 7

Chamberlin Chambers Chamier Champaine Champness Chandler Chandler Chandler Chandler Chandler Chandler Chandler Chandler Channon Channon Channon Chantler Chaplin Chaplin Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman

Muriel Annie Beatrice Bette Wendy Howard Katherine Gillian AP Doris Josephine Dorothy Daisy EM Ena Joyce Kathleen Frank Walter Joan WW CS Constance Catherine Marian DGB G AL MM

Jay

ATS, Royal Signals Kedleston Hall October 1942 - May 1945. Intercept operator. WRNS Bletchley Park. Hut 11. Bombe operator. WAAF, Section Officer. FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS WRNS WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt. ATS, Int Corps FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. RNVR, Mid. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. Air Ministry Civilian, Miss. Army, Cpl. RAF, Sgt. WAAF FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals Bletchley Park. Block F. Stanmore June 1943 - 1944. Adstock Manor 1944 - February 1945. Eastcote February - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Telephone operator. Bletchley Park August 1943 - December 1945. Probably Hut 9. Administration, shorthand typist. Bletchley Park 1944. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1943 - May 1945. Possibly Hut 18 and Block G. ISOS. Typist, working on signals translated from German. Bletchley Park. Block F, Air Section and JAFO. Block G, Military Section, German Police. Also at Y stations in North Africa and Italy. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block F. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Kedleston Hall and Forest Moor 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Knockholt 1944 - 1949. Radio operator. Collected "Fish" traffic. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Air Section from 1941. Mansion, Hut 10 and Block A Bletchley Park. Possibly SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Air Section., Block A, room 103, possibly translator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1944. Block F. Air Section. Decoding Luftwaffe signals. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Hut 4, WTC. Forest Moor 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator.

Eastwood

Hoare

Scamell

Dawson Hefford

Alice Naomi Anne M C Barbara

Smith

Schmitz

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman C Elizabeth JM James Vincent Kathleen Alice Lois Aldis

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS, 2nd Officer FO Civilian, C III, Mrs. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt. FO Civilian, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Hut 11a. Bletchley Park from 1943. Probably Block F and Hut 4, JAFO. Bletchley Park. Hut 16, ISK.

Sources

5, 7 4

Bletchley Park March 1942 - August 1945. Block F, Air Section, reports 5, 7, on German night fighters. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block D(6). Duddery - investigated signals 7 not deciphered using assumed key settings; Registration Room 1 sorted incoming Luftwaffe signals. Bletchley Park June 1944 - December 1945. Block E, Commcen Wireless operator/Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 14 and Block E. Communications Signal Office, Cypher Superintendent. Wavendon House, Eastcote and Stanmore 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. 7 7, 11 7 4, 7, 9, 11, 12 7

Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chappell Chappell Chappell Chapple Charles Charles Charlesworth Charlesworth

Kathleen Grace Mary Kathleen Nita P Patricia Phyllis Dorothy Vera C WRC Norman William PGH PM Winifrede May Esther Irene M E Geoffrey Brown

Newton Swain

WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TSAO, Mrs. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt. RN, PO. WRNS, 3rd Officer. ATS, Int Corps WAAF, Cpl. ATS, Royal Signals

Blyth Hutcheon

Bletchley Park September 1942 - December 1945. Block E, Commcen, 7 Typex operator. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 4 and Block A. Maintained card index 4, 7, 10 of German and Japanese navies. Bletchley Park. Block F, Air, Section. Block G, Military Section, German Police. Possibly Hanslope Park, 1943 - 1945. Wireless operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Chicksands and Wincombe 1942 - January 1945. Intercept operator. 5, 7 7, 10 3N, 7, 9 7

Iremonger Lord

Alexandria June 1943 - October 1944. Kedleston Hall and Beaumanor 7 March 1944 - mar 1946. Intercept operator.

ATS, Int Corps Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 7, 9 FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block F, Testery. 7 FO Civilian, TSAO , Mr Bletchley Park June 1941 - 1945. Hut 8 and Block D(8) to September 3N, 4, 7, 9, 12 1943. Block G, ISK to 1945. in September 1943. Chief Cryptographer's office in 1945. Australian Army WRNS Brisbane. Central Bureau. Bletchley Park. Block H, Newmanry. Colossus VII and VIII operator. 6, 7 7

Charlesworth Charlesworth

Geoffrey E Marigold

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Charlesworth Charleton Charley Charlton Charnock Charnock-Smith Charters Charter-Wilson Chartres Chatterton Chatwin Chavasse Chawner Cheadle Anna Laura John Raymond Watson Ferrington OC Nellie Doreen MH Ethel Mary Diana Elizabeth MD Eileen Kathleen Ross Donaldson

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals RNVR, Sub Lt. ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WRNS WAAF RN, Cdr. WRNS

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A(N), Naval Section.

Sources

4, 11, 14, Forest Moor. Intercept Operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7, 11, Forest Moor 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator. 7 Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 8. PA to Cdr Travis, Director, from mid- 2, 7, 9, 12 1943 onwards. Awarded MBE in Birthday Honours, 1946 Forest Moor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block C. Block G, ISK. 7 4

Duguid

Birbeck Groarke

Wavendon House November 1943 - May 1944, Stanmore May 1944 - 7 July 1945. Probably Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Wireless operator/Morse 7 slip reader. Bletchley Park from 1941. Intelligence Exchange, liaison with Admiralty. Bletchley Park October 1944 - May 1945. Block H. Newmanry. Colossus operator. 12, 7 7 7, 9, 12

FO Civilian, C III, Miss. Bletchley Park December 1942 - August 1945. Block E, Commcen. Typex operator. Army, Int Corps, Maj. Bedford 1944. Instructor at Inter-Service Special Intelligence School (ISSIS) for cryptanalysts. To Washington in September 1944. Bletchley Park. Block F, Air and JAFO Sections. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS. Later in Eastern European Section. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park Spring 1942 - Spring 1943. Probably Hut 15. SIXTA, recording and analysing activity on enemy radio networks. Bletchley Park September 1943 - September 1944. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block D(6).

Cheadle Checkley Cheel Cheetham Cherrington Cherry Cherry Cherry-Ashton Cheshire Cheshire Chesterman

Peggy Clare PK Betty J Gordon Ruth Isabel Joan Joan Hinchliffe Mary Hettie Lillian Tom Betty

WAAF, Flight Officer. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS Army, L/Cpl. ATS, Int Corps FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS, Chief Wren BTM Civilian, Mr. WAAF, LACW.

5, 7 4 7 7, 9 7, 9

Ross Hart Frosenberg

7 4 9, Probably Bletchley Park, managing bombe operators. 7 Bletchley Park. Hut 7 and Block C. Head of BTM Hollerith engineering 2, 7, 12 section. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator. 7, 10

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Chesterman Chetham ChetwyndStapylton Cheverton Cheyney Chidgey Chidlow Child Childs Childs Chilton Chisenhale Chisholm Chiswell Chittenden IM Doris Rosemary Eileen Mary Patricia Monica Madeline F L Geoffrey E Ann Marion Pat Joan Olive M FH Florence May Edna May McPherson Lloyd

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. Bletchley Park ATS, Royal Signals WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps, Capt. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Mrs. WRNS WAAF FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D. Adstock Manor 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Brisbane. Central Bureau. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 10, SIS Codes. Forest Moor. Intercept Operator. Wavendon House from 1940. Probably Diplomatic Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1946. Probably Hut 6 and Block D. Teleprinter operator.

4 7 7 7 7 7 10, 5, 7 7 7 7 2 11, 7

Louth

Bowler Fewkes

Swift Sharpe

Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 10, Block A and Block F, Air Section, 3A, 4, 7, 9 later JAFO Processed Italian and, later, Japanese signals. Bletchley Park March - April 1944. Stanmore April 1943 - March 1944. 7 Colombo June 1944 - October 1945. Bombe and Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park 1941. Possibly Beaumanor 1942. Wireless operator and instructor. Wavendon House from March 1940. Probably Diplomatic Section. 7 2, 9

Chitty

Jean

WRNS

Chitty Chivers Chottin Chown

William George Gladys Evelyn Maud Clive D Leslie Newton

GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss.

RNVR, Lt. Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section. 3N, 5, 7, 14 FO Civilian, TJSO, Mr. Bletchley Park September 1944 - September 1945. Block F, 4, 7 Newmanry, September 1944 - May 1945. Block F, JAFO May - August 1945. Cryptanalyst. Walters WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, TA, Lady. Army, Int Corps. Stanmore January 1943 - June 1945. Bombe operator and master checker. Bletchley Park. Elmers School and Hut 9A to March 1942. Berkeley Street from March 1942. Diplomatic Section, German. 7 4

Christian Christie Christie

Mary Lucy JA John

Bletchley Park from c. 1942. Probably Research Section and Block F, 7, 9 Testery.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Christie Chua Chubb Chubb Church Church Churcher Churcher Churchill Churchill Clamp Clapham Clapham Clare Clarence Claret Claridge PM DF Alan James Valerie George Curtis Rose L Gwendoline Hilda Lalage Georgina Joan Betty Patricia Kathleen Irene M A Molly Joan Patricia Daphne Lilian GML Brewster Vestentoft Norman

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, TA, Mrs.

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park. Hut 14, Block E, Commcen, Berkeley Street, Research 4 Section. 4 6, 7 7, 10, 6, 10, 11, 7 4, 7, 9 7 7 7 4, 12, 2, 5, 7 7, 10,

Rose; later Johnson

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Australian Army Melbourne. FRUMEL. ATS, Int Corps, S/Sgt. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. US FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Mrs. RAF, Flt Lt. WAAF, LACW FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals Army, Royal Signals, Capt. Translator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 7 or Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block D(6), probably mod. Typex operator. Hut 16, CMY. Bletchley Park. Probably Diplomatic Section. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 6. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1944. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(3) and Block F(A). Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion, Hut 10 and Block F, Air Section. Bletchley Park July 1943 - September 1945. Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator.

Drower Brewon Steger Sutherland

Cheadle 1940 - 1943. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block F. Air Section. 7, 10, Luftwaffe three-letter tactical codes. Kedleston Hall, Forest Moor, Beaumanor and Knockholt late 1943 1945. Intercept operator. 110 Special Wireless Sect. June 1940 - February 1942. 2 Special Wireless Group March 1942 - June 1944. 1 SW Sect Type G June 1944 - August 1945. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Probably Block F, ISOS, messenger. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1944. Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 4, Military Section. Bletchley Park December 1943 - August 1945. Hut 11, bombe operator. Mansfield College Oxford. Code and Cypher Production Unit. Bletchley Park. Block C. Probably Hollerith operator. 7 6, 7

Claridge Claridge Clark Clark Clark Clark

Phyllis Yvonne Patricia Mary AG Audrey Enid C Daphne

Crossman Higgins

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. . WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss.

7 7 4, 9 7 4 7

Parker

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Clark Doris Mead

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block C. Hollerith operator and verifier, transferring codes onto 5 x 4 inch filing cards. On occasion worked at Drayton Parslow, including on telephone switchboard. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block F, Air Section. Dictionary of Japanese Air Force terms, then translating Japanese air messages. Japanese course at SOAS 1943. Bletchley Park 1943, Eastcote 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park from 1942. Block A, Air Section. Hut 6 and Block D. Block G.

Sources

Clark

Eileen Mary

Barker

WAAF, Sgt

Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark

Elizabeth O H FE FL Gwen Janet C Jean Joan John Glanville K MJ MM Mary Nancy Nora Joan Luddington O Patricia Rose Ray Robert Gartshore Ronald H Una Mary VO Vera Marian

Bedford

WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Mrs.

7 3A, 4, 4, 7, 9, 12 7 7, 9, 11 7 7, 9 3N, 4, 7, 12, 7 4, 11 4 4, 9 7 4, 7, 9, 12 9 7 7 7 7 2, 4, 7, 10

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 14 and Hut 16. Deputy to Head of CTR, Civil and Diplomatic Cover Control and CMY. Berkeley Street. FO Civilian, Miss. Laslett Tyson WRNS, L/Wren Bletchley Park March 1941 - January 1946. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith operator.

Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A, Naval Section. Bletchley Park. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Probably Hollerith operator. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park July 1943 - June 1944. Colombo August 1944 November 1945. Japanese ciphers. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Eastcote Bletchley Park. Block B. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park from December 1940. Hut 9a and Elmers School, ISOS. Aldford House, Commercial Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park January 1941 - late 1945. Hut 10 and Block F(A). Air Section, German and Japanese meteorological codes. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1943. Hut 7. Hollerith operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Algiers, Chicksands, Capel-le-Ferne 1942 - 1945. Y Service. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Probably Block F. Air section. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1941. Probably Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator.

Pumfrey

WRNS FO Civilian, TSAO(E), Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF RAF FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Potter

Bletchley Park January 1940 - 1945. Hut 4, Block A(N). Naval Section. 2, 4, 10, 12, Bletchley Park 6,

Youngman

WAAF

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Alma Rose Cynthia Doris L S Edith Edward ("Clarke Junior") Gladys May H JC Jean D Joan Harris Lumsdon Mackie

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WAAF WRNS, L/Wren

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park August 1944 - 1946. Probably Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator.

Sources

Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Probably Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese 7, 11, Translating Japanese signals.

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Blocks D(3) and E. Telecommunications. 4, 7, 10, FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Probably Block C, Hollerith operator. 7 FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion, and Hut 4. Naval Section, Italian. 2, 4, 10, 12, Cryptanalyst. Hut 9. Admin Section, finance. ARP Officer. A founder member of Bletchley Park Drama Group. FO Civilian, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS. L/Wren. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. November 1942 - October 1945. Possibly Block E, Commcen, Typex operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Possibly Drayton Parslow, Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block C. Machine room reception office and Hollerith operator. 7 14 11, 7 7

Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke

Wagstaff

Joan Eileen Joan Elizabeth Lowther Murray LM Lionel Edward MH Nora Sarah Peggy Diana Stan Thelma Grace William F ("Nobby")

Chicksands, Intercept operator. 7 Bletchley Park June 1940 1945. Hut 8 and Block D(8). Cryptanalyst. 2, 9, 7, 12, 14, Deputy Head of Hut 8 1944. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). German Army and Air Force Enigma Processing Section. 4 2, 4, 9, 12 11, 7 7 7 7 1, 2, 3N, 11, 12

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park July 1940 to 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6), Research. Block G, JAFO. Brett Bennett Snyder GPO Civilian, Mrs. ATS, Int Corps, Subaltern. WRNS RAAF ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park March 1943 - May 1945. Block D(3). Translated and emended German army and air force messages. Later in SIXTA. Bletchley Park May 1944 - July 1945. Robinson and Colossus. 1 WU, 4 WU, 6 WU and 7 WU. Intercept operator. Forest Moor. Intercept Operator. Bletchley Park September 1939 1945. Mansion and Hut 4 September 1939 - June 1940, Head Naval Section. Hut 4 June 1940 - mid 1941, Head of Naval Section, Italian sub-section. Research and internal coordination in Naval Section June 1940 - 1945, including work on neutral navies.

Clarkson

JA

FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Bletchley Park. Elmers School and Hut 9. Probably Diplomatic Section 4, 9, 11, Japanese. Block A(N), Naval Section.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Clarkson Margaret Winfred Jeffery

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS

Summary of Service
Flowerdown April - November 1943. Intercept operator, on Italian signals. Colombo February 1944 - February 1946. Intercepting Japanese signals.

Sources

Classey Claw Claw Claxton Clay Clay Clay Clay Clay Claydon Clayton Clayton Clayton Clayton Clayton Cleary Cleaver Cleburne Clegg

Gertrude Mary Edward William Sydney Thomas RR Edith Margaret Lorna Mary Arden ("Molly") Muriel May RJ Jesse Vera Frederick William JB Joan Florence L Mary Bernadette M Diana Rosemary Woodruffe Joan M Marcia Stanley

Baxter

GPO Civilian, Miss. Army, Royal Signals.

Bletchley Park. 7 Hanslope Park, SCU 3 and Alexandria, SCU 4, 1944 - 1946. Operator 7 Special (B2) 5, 7, 9 4, 9

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block D(6), Block G, SIXTA and Eastern European. Army, Int Corps; later Bletchley Park. Block G, SIXTA. Block D, TICOM. FO Civilian, TA, Mr. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Smith

Wavendon House, Berkeley Street and Aldford House October 1939 - 1, 2, 4, 9, 12, 1945. Commercial Section. 7 7, 9 7 4 7 6, 15, 7 7 3A, 7, 7 7 4, 7, 12 3N, 4, 7, 11 7 7

WRNS Stanmore. Bombe operator. ATS, Int Corps, S/Sgt. Beaumanor November 1941 - May 1942. Bletchley Park May 1942 April 1944. Probably Hut 15 and Block G, SIXTA. Log reader. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1946. Hut 11, then Block F. Robinson and Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block D, Typist. WEC Delhi from Spring 1942. Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Newmanry, maintenance engineer. Eastcote 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1942. Block A. Air Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Air Section. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park. Hut 8 and Block D(8). German Navy Enigma Processing Section. Bletchley Park. Block A(N) and Hut 7. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park July - October 1943. Cypher clerk. SLU 8 Africa, Italy, France, Belgium, Germany November 1943 - July 1945. Typex operator.

Coe

Cooper RAF, Sqn Ldr. GPO Civilian, Mr. Jones WRNS WAAF, LACW WAAF WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF RAF

Sheppard

Clegg
Clementi

Dionne Rose

FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 4 and Block A(N). Naval Section. NS Miss. VI (Technical Intelligence). Translated and indexed captured documents. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block D(3).

3N, 4, 7, 9, 11, 12 5, 7

Clement-Jones

Maurice L

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Clements Clemett Clemmit ClevelandStevens Cleverley UA Constance L S Dorothy

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WAAF, ACW FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS Mr.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park Block E, Commcen. Probably Typex operator. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry.

Sources

11, 4, 7 7 10,

E Mary

Turton

ATS, Int Corps

Bletchley Park December 1943 - June 1945. Block D(3). SIXTA, traffic 7, 9 analysis. Analysed deciphered German signals for information about locations, radio frequencies, call-signs and personnel. Berkeley Street. Staff and Finance. Bletchley Park. Hut 4, Naval Section. Aldford House, Commercial Section. 4 15, 4

Clewer Clibborn Cliffe Clifford Clifford Clifford Clifton Clifton Clint Clipson Clive Close Clothier Clough Clough Clouston Clow Clutton Coad Coate Coates

CR Donovan MM A H ("A1") Joyce Judith Beryl E Marjorie D GL Ivy Prudence Ellen Marguerite I JM Thomas W Donald Maud Iris Muriel Verna Clarice Mabel Marion Elsie Foster

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs. USN, Lt. ATS, Royal Signals WRNS WRNS ATS, Royal Signals WRNS, L/Wren WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF, ACW. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Australian Women's Army Service FO Civilian, TSAO, Miss. WAAF

Bletchley Park. August 1943 - January 1944. Main Naval liaison officer 12, to Op-20-G. Took over from Joe Eachus. Forest Moor January 1944 - February 1946. Special wireless operator. 7 Wavendon House. Bombe operator. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Forest Moor, Scarborough and War Office. October 1944 - February 1946. Special wireless operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion (room 5). Bletchley Park November 1942 - c. 1945. Military Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park from 1943. Engineer. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Trimingham, Abbot's Cliff, Eastbourne and Southwold. Linguist. Bonegilla, Mornington, Cairns, and Atherton. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Mansion. Personnel Assistant to Deputy Director (Service), Cdr Travis. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator. 7 7 7 11, 7 14, 7 9 2 7, 10, 12, 7 7, 9 7 7 4, 9, 12, 7

Miller

Meadows Riedtman

Brewer

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Cobb Cobb Cobham Cobley Coby Margaret Elizabeth Marjorie Dorothy Eve Muriel Jessie Radley

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WAAF, Sgt. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF, Cpl. WAAF, Cpl. FO Civilian, Miss.

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park December 1942 - February 1945. Probably Block F Air 7 Section typing pool. Bletchley Park. Possibly Block D(6). Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block D(3). Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park November 1943 - August 1945. Block D(8). Probably mod. Typex operator decoding signals using settings found on bombe. From May 1945 on Japanese decoding. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 8 and Block D(8). German Navy Enigma Processing Section, Crib Room. Later in Block D(3) and Hut 14. Bletchley Park 1939. Hut 4. Naval Section. Worked on call-signs and movements. 7 7 7 7

Duffy Reeves

Cochrane

Betty G E

Bryan-Brown

FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

4, 7

Cochrane Cochrane

J Robina Marigold MacKintosh

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Bletchley Park February 1943 - May 1945. Block D(6). Machine Room, 4, 7 probably mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. . Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, 4, 10, 7 3N, 11, 7 4, 7, 9 4 7 7 7, 9 4, 7, 9 9 11, 7 7 4, 9

CochraneBarnett Cockburn Cocker Cockerell Cockett Cocking Cockland Cockram Cockrell Cocksworth Codd Coddington Code Codner Codner Coe

DJ CK Derek HAL Reginald Stanley G Audrey PJ Doris M N AB Cecil George Leonard MP Jean Ethel Hellyer Mary Elizabeth Patricia Rowles DWM

FO Civilian, Miss.

FO Civilian, C IV, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Berkeley Street, probably Diplomatic Section, Asiatic, Chesterfield Street. Washington DC RAF, Sgt. RNVR, Lt. Bletchley Park. Block C. Hollerith maintenance technician. Bletchley Park. Probably Block A (N). Naval Section. Deputy Head of NS IIIJ, administration and manning.

Pollard

RAF Eastcote 1943 - 1945. Bombe installation and maintenance. FO Civilian, C IV, Miss. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 6, Block D(6). Hut 4, WT Cover. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WAAF, LACW RAF ATS, Int Corps Army; later FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Army, WO WRNS, L/Wren ATS, Royal Signals WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Drayton Parslow, Hostel Superintendent. Bletchley Park end 1943 - end 1945. Teleprinter operator. Gayhurst Manor . Probably bombe maintenance technician. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Hut 10A, Block D(6) and Block G. SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Latin and French Sections. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Mansion (room 51) and Hut 15A. Possibly Testery.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Coe Coggan EN Dorothy J

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals

Summary of Service

Sources

Wavendon House. Admin Section, Typing Pool. 1, 2, Kedleston Hall. October 1942 - 1943. 1943-45 Bishops Waltham and 7 Forest Moor 1943 -1945. Intercept operator against German and Italian signals. Berkeley Street, Diplomatic Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen, Wireless operator/Morse slip reader, D Watch. Bletchley Park. Block F, Testery. Bletchley Park. Probably Naval Section. Bedford c. 1942. Japanese course. Berkeley Street 1942. Japanese Diplomatic Section. Bletchley Park 1942 - December 1943. Block B. Naval Section. Colombo from December 1943 - October 1945. Bletchley Park October 1945 4 4 7 7 7 4, 6, 7, 11, 12

Coggin Coghill Coghlan Cohen Cohen Cohen

NG JEG Kay AL Anne Laurence Jonathan ("Jon")

FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WAAF Mr WRNS FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr; later Sub Lt, RNVR.

Cohen

Michael

RNVR, Sub Lt.

Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Probably Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. 3N, 6, Cryptanalyst on Japanese naval codes JN 10,14, 22 and 26.

Cohn Cokayne

Norman R C Isaiah George Trevor

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). 5, 7, 10 War Office Civilian, Bletchley Park August 1939 - probably 1945. Military Section, including 1, 2, 7, 9, 12 Experimental Wireless Italian Sub-section and SIXTA. Assistant, Mr; later Army, Int Corps, Capt. WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Probably Bombe operator. Probably bombe maintenance. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(6), . Block G, JAFO. Berkeley Street, Diplomatic Section. 7 7 7, 11 11, 4 4 7 4, 7,

Coke Cokrill Colbeck Colclough Coldwell Coldwells Cole Cole Cole

Bridget Norman Diana M F M A A Douglas Leonard EL Elizabeth J

Army, Royal Signals. North Africa and Italy 1942 -1945. 2 SWS, Intercept operator. FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic and Commercial Sections, German and Czech. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Also Berkeley Street. 2, 4, 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Cole Cole Cole Cole Cole Colebrook Colegate Colegrave Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman Colenutt Coles Coles Coles James Francis Joseph PD Patricia Anne Valerie M Vera Helen Mary Liz EHM AE Betty DG E Hilary Joyce Alma Hannah Kathleen M Kathleen Mildred ("Snooks") Margaret Mary Phyl SJ WA Joan E Mary Elizabeth Michael Patricia Enid Wing Wing Elm Heptinstall

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Army.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Serbo-Croat linguist.

Sources

7 11, 7 4, 7, 12 7

Smith

FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. WAAF Bletchley Park. Possibly Block E, Commcen. FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Int Corps, Cpl. WAAF RN, Cdr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, Chief Wren. WRNS ATS, Royal Signals ATS, Royal Signals WRNS ATS, S/Sgt. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF, LACW. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1946. Probably Block E, Commcen. Telecommunications.

Maifleet Little

Bletchley Park May 1942 - July 1945. Hut 3, Block D. Military Section, 7, 9 SIXTA, Traffic analysis. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Hong Kong and Singapore 1938 - 1942. FECB,. Melbourne from mid 1942. Bletchley Park 1944, Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block E. Berkeley Street, Diplomatic Section, Near East and Dutch. Bletchley Park January 1944 - August 1945. Block E, Commcen. Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. In Hut 3S in January 1945 Scarborough. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1944 - late 1945. Probably Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. 7, 9 11, 12 4 7 11, 7 7 7, 11

Forest Moor November 1943 - July 1945. Shenley July - August 1945. 7 Intercept operator. Forest Moor January - July 1944. Shenley July 1944 - May 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park April 1944 - August 1945. Probably Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6. Bletchley Park from 1942. Block A, Air Section. Bletchley Park. Block A and Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park from August 1939. Hut 4 and Block A, Naval Section, including German Communication Research. Chicksands. Bletchley Park from July 1939. Naval Section. 7 7 7 11, 2 3A, 3N, 6, 7, 11 1, 2, 3N, 9, 11, 7 12,

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Coles Coles Colgrove Colgrove Coling Colings Collard Collen Coller Collett Colley Collier Collier Collier Collier Collin Collin Collin Collinge Collinge Collingham Collings Collings Collins Collins Paul Hatton Phyllis Winifred Mary D MD Muriel Dorothy Maud Lilian Kathleen Mary C G Alfred Terry H Cliff Dan Meryl Kathleen William Oswald Biddy Margaret Mitchell ME J James Newby Frank Heathcote HW Margaret Jean Alfred Charles Edward Dalby Glaser MacConnell Thompson Bowden

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from August 1943. Block D(6). German Army and Air Force Enigma Processing Section. Later in JAFO. FO Civilian, C II, Miss. Bletchley Park April 1942 - August 1945. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith operator. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. Air Ministry Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS RN FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Army, Int Corps. GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. ATS, Int Corps FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals Army, Int Corps, Cpl. Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Mr. FO, Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park November 1940 - September 1945.Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 7. Probably Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D, teleprinter operator. Drayton Parslow. Hollerith operator. Dunstable. IDA Unit, obtained cribs from German weather forecasts. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 6. Bletchley Park December 1943 - 1945. Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Japanese naval attaches' codes. Y service, HMS Goodson and HMS Empress. Colombo. Mansfield College, Oxford. Code & Cypher Production Unit, Bletchley Park. Hut 15, Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park and Chicksands. Maintenance engineer. Adstock and Eastcote January 1944 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bedford from August 1943. Japanese course, Berkeley Street, Diplomatic Section.

4, 12, 7 4, 7, 2 7 7 7 7 7, 11 7 4, 12, 7, 9 7 7 4, 12,

Flutter Alexander

Dickey

Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 7 Bletchley Park 7 Bletchley Park. Hut 8 . German Navy Enigma Processing Section. 4, 9 Alexandria and Kedleston June 1944 - 1945. 7 Hampstead May -August 1943. No 6 IS. UK and NW Europe May 1943 7 - June 1945, various WI Sections. 3 SW Sect January 1943 - 1946. Bletchley Park. Testery. Drayton Parslow. Probably Hollerith operator. 7 7 7 14, Bletchley Park from 1939. Elmers School. Diplomatic Section. Later at 1, 2, 7, 12 Berkeley Street. Worked on Vatican and Slavonic diplomatic ciphers. Bletchley Park July 1944 - May 1945. Possibly bombe operator. Chicksands January 1941 - May 1943. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Testery. 7 7 7, 9

Jones

Collins Collins Collins

Cynthia Edith N HC

Winder Francis

WRNS WAAF, Sgt. FO Civilian, Mr.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Collins Collins Collins Collins Collins JM June Rosina KA T Thomas Loudon ("Sam Scram") VM J Jean Mary Jean John Stacey Astrid P Elizabeth Thomas Anner Audrey M BE Sylvia Francesca Rhonda Rhoda Andrew Purcell Solloway

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF, ACW.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Italian Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 15, Air Section. Probably Traffic Analysis. Later in SIXTA.

Sources

11, 7 3A, 7 7 7, 12,

Melbourne. FRUMEL. US Army, Signal Corps, Bletchley Park 1944. 6813 Signals Security Detachment. Block F, Sgt. Testery. Assembled US "Dragon" equipment for processing German "Tunny" enciphered teleprinter traffic. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Parsons Pittam WRNS WAAF Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park November 1943 - May 1945. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park June 1944 - April 1946. Probably Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator.

Collins Collison Collum Collyer Colman Colquhoun Colston Coltart Colvill Combe Combleton Comer-Pull Congill Conlan Connell Connolly

4, 11, 7 7 7 2, 4, 7, 9, 12, 7 4 7 4. 9, 12 7 4 11, 7 7 7

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park January 1940 - March 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). I/c Intercept Control Room, later Deputy Head of Hut 6. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. ATS WAAF Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Stanmore. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Mansion, Hut 15A and Block F. Research Section and Testery. ARP Officer. Bletchley Park. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 14 and Block E, Cypher Office. Block F, ISOS. Research, Japanese. Berkeley Street. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 8. Bletchley Park. Admin duties. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block E, Commcen. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader.

Webber Martin

War Office Civilian, Fort Bridgewoods and Beaumanor 1941 - 1946. Experimental Wireless 7 Experimental Wireless Assistant. Assistant, Mr. Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Clark SCU 7. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Melbourne. FRUMEL. 7 4, 7 7

Connolly Connor Constable

Laurence John Helen Adelaide M

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Constant Constantine Convery Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Maureen JW AV Sparks

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, L/Wren RAF, Sgt. WRNS FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. FO Civilian, Mr. ATS, Royal Signals ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Sgt. RNVR, Sub Lt.

Summary of Service
Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park from 1942. Block A (room 141). Air Section, probably Meteorological Sub-section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Denmark Hill 1940. Later at Knockholt. Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Testery. Forest Moor January 1944 - 1945. Intercept operator. Kedleston Hall 1945 Japanese Morse course. Forest Moor Bletchley Park. Block F, Testery. Bletchley Park. Messenger. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 6. Bletchley Park. Block C, Hollerith operator. Drayton Parslow, telephonist. Bletchley Park. Air Section, German.

Sources

7 3N,11, 11, 3A 11, 2, 4, 12, 7 7 7 7 7, 11 7 7 7, 9

A Arthur James Bert Brenda Rowena Doris Maud HF Hazel Dorothy Iris Jean John Reginald Hayden John Wentworth Julia Rebecca MG Madge Mary Olive Marjorie R R James F RM

Hawkins Bell Cook Burgess

Bletchley Park March - August 1945. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. 7, 11, Decoded Japanese naval signals. Bletchley Park January - April 1942. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block F (A), Italian and Latin. Berkeley Street. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Typex operator. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Elmers School and Hut 9A, probably Diplomatic Section, Near East and Portuguese. Wavendon House, Commercial Section. Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section. Bletchley Park mid 1943 - January 1946. Block F, Testery. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Near East. Chicksands November 1942 - January 1945. Wireless operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park from 1941. Block A(N), Italian Naval Sec. Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion, Diplomatic Section. Bletchley Park. Block A. Naval Section. 7 4 7 7 7 11 5, 7, 10 2, 4, 9, 11,

Burnup Shaw Bushell

WRNS FO Civilian, C V, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS ATS, Royal Signals WRNS Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Cook Cook Cook Cook Kingsmill Cooke Cooke Cooke

Thomas VM WJ MA Charles Paul Dorothy V EF

Gait

Army. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF WRNS, 3rd Officer. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, L/Wren

7 4 7 11, 4, 11, 12, 2, 7 7, 11

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Cooke Cooke Cooke Cooke Cooke Cooksey Cookson Coole Coombes Coombes Coombs Coombs Cooper Edna HC John Nora Stan C NJ Sonia RD Gwendoline Mary Peter Allan W M ("Doc") Sylvia E Albert Edward ("Job") Ammerman Hadden

Service, Rank or Grade, Title ATS, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF FO Civilian, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS, L/Wren WAAF, Section Officer. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS RAF, Sqn Ldr. GPO Civilian, Dr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr.

Summary of Service
Beaumanor 1943 - 1945. Special wireless operator. Kedleston 1945, training in Japanese kana. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Probably Air Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 276 Signals Wing Heliopolis and Conversano 1942 - 1944. Code and cypher Officer. Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block A(N). Naval Section. Chicksands 1942 - 1946. Signals Officer. Dollis Hill. Engineer on Tunny emulator and Colossus. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park May 1942 - 1945. Hut 14 and Block E. From June 1943 i/c Commcen Traffic Office, from December 1943 Head of Traffic Control Centre. From June 1945 Bletchley Park Communications Officer. Shenley June 1943 - May 1945. Intercept operator. Singapore and Hong Kong January 1939 - February 1942. FECB. Australia 1942. Berkeley Street, Diplomatic Section and Bletchley Park, Air Section May 1943 - 1945. Bletchley Park mid 1942 - February 1946. Block E, Commcen. Wireless operator, Morse slip reader.

Sources

7 4 7 7 7, 14 11, 7 4 7, 11 7 7, 12 4, 7, 4, 7, 9, 12

Tudor

Cooper Cooper

Alice Maud Arthur R V

Law

ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Mr.

7 7, 10, 12

Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper

Barbara Joan Barbara M Bess Bruce EMM Edward Charles Elizabeth Freda Frank C Joshua Edward Synge ("Josh")

Brownlee Hopwood Farrow

WAAF, FS. WRNS WRNS RAAF WRNS, L/Wren Army.

Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Probably Colossus operator. 3N, 5, 7, 11 Stanmore December 1942 - June 1943. Gayhurst Manor June 1943 December 1945. Bombe operator. 7 7 11, 7 7 5, 7, 10 1, 2, 3A, 7, 9,12

Jones

4 WU and 6 WU. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. SCU 1, Windy Ridge. March 1944 - 1946. Bletchley Park Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Hut 3, Block D(3). Air Ministry Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Mansion (room 1), Hut 10, Block A (room 132) and Block F. Head of Air Section. Chief Cryptographer for Service Sections March 1942. Appointed Deputy Director (Air Section) (DD(AS)) 1 March 1944.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cope Cope Cope Cope-Hodges Copeland Copeland Copleston Kathleen Marjorie Lottie Edna Margaret B Margaret K Maureen Pauline M Sheila Holland Sidney William Percy Gladys Doreen Joan Joyce Marie Elizabeth Gwendolyn Mildred MJ Nora Kathleen King

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Int Corps ATS, Int Corps WRNS RAAF RAF, Cpl. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. WRANS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Possibly Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Typist. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park 1941 - 1944. Hut 8, Block D(8). Assistant to cryptanalysts. Bletchley Park. Block F, Testery. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Eastcote. Bombe operator. 1 WU and 4 WU. Intercept operator. Eastcote. Bombe maintenance technician. Bletchley Park Oct 1942 - June 1945. Hut 6 and Block F, teleprinter operator. Wavendon House. Probably Commercial Section. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Possibly Block E, Commcen. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park August 1944 - September 1945. Colossus operator. Bletchley Park Hut 16 and Block G. Probably ISK. Bletchley Park August 1942 - May 1945. Hut 7 and Block C, Hollerith supervisor. Block D(6), including Registration Room and Duddery. Bletchley Park February 1945 - 1946. Development and maintenance of Hollerith and other equipment. Bletchley Park from 1942. Block A, Air Section. ARP officer for Air Section. Alexandria. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block F, probably Japanese Inter-Service Secretariat. Berkeley Street.

Sources

Fogg

7 7 4, 7 4, 7 7 7, 9 7 7 7 7 7 6, 7 7 7 7 4 4, 7

Grant

Carson

Turnour

Coplestone Copley Coppen Coppin Coppock Copson Copson Corben Corbett Corbett

Christopher Robert W Harry MC R Eric Walter Gordon Pamela Mary Florence Joan Ninetta Eva

RAF RAF, Flt Lt. RN FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. RAF RN WRANS WAAF FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs.

7 3A, 5, 12, 7 4

Mansfield College, Oxford. Code & Cypher Production Unit, 4 Bletchley Park. Probably Air Section, Japanese. India and Burma, 368 7 WU, 300 Indian SWS 14th Army. Scarborough June - July 1944. Also Y operator on Arctic convoys. Canberra. HMAS Harman, communications for FRUMEL. Chicksands 1941 - 1944. Intercept operator. Berkeley Street, Diplomatic Section. 7 7 7 4, 9

Morrisson

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Corbett Corby Corby Corbyn Cordasco Corden Cordwell Corfe John Ambrose M Robert Foster

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TSAO, Dr. Bletchley Park October 1942 - January 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Translated and interpreted deciphered German signals. ATS, Int Corps Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. FO Civilian, TSAO(C), Bletchley Park. Block D(6) and Hut 9 Billeting Office. Later at Mr Knockholt. Hamer FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mr. WRNS ATS, Int Corps Bletchley Park. Possibly Mansion or Hut 10, SIS Codes. Bletchley Park. Elmers School 1940. Later in Wavendon House and Hut 6. Bletchley Park. Block G , probably SIXTA. WTC. Bletchley Park January 1944 - July 1945. Block H. Newmanry, Colossus operator. Bletchley Park probably May 1942 - 1945. Previously Beaumanor. Probably 6 Intelligence School at Beaumanor, SIXTA at Bletchley Park. Traffic analyst, identifying German communications networks. Chicksands, Wincombe and Capel-le-Ferne December 1940 December 1946. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Stanmore November 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, South American. Bletchley Park early 1942 - May 1945. Hut G. Probably ISK. Typist and Typex operator. Bletchley Park August 1943 - 1946. Block A. Naval Section.

4, 7, 12, 7, 9 4, 12 7 2, 7, 9 4, 7 7 7

MEM G Pamela Ursula Mary

Fletcher Frost

Cork Cork Corke Corley Cornick

Edith Edna PE Clare Margaret P Patricia Dorothy

West

WAAF WRNS, L/Wren WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

7 11, 7 4 7 4, 7, 10, 11,

Frank Farmer

Cornwall-Jones Myfanwy Marjorie Corp Corr Correll Corrie Corrie Corry-Smith Corsellis Cory Cosson Marjorie Margery B Edwin G Mary Doreen Vera May Elisabeth Clare GJN Denise D Enid M Eyre

FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Int Corps, Subaltern.

Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block E, Commcen, Communications HQ. 7, 9 Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Military Section, SIXTA. Brisbane. Central Bureau. Forest Moor 1942 - 1944. Intercept operator. Eastcote, dates unknown. Bletchley Park January - July 1944. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park from October 1939. Hut 3. Bletchley Park. Elmers School. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Italian. Bletchley Park from early 1940, Hut 6. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block A (room 27). Naval Section V. 7, 9 6, 7 7 7 2, 4, 9 4 2, 7 3N, 7, 11

Candelin Fogelman

Australian Army ATS, Royal Signals WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Cottell Cotter Cotter Cottle Cottrell Couchman Coughtrie Couldrey Couldwell Coullie Coulson Council Course Courtman Courtney Cousens Cousin Couter Covell Coveney Coverdale Cowan Maurice Margaret Janet MM Alan Basil Shirley Evelyn Pamela Molly LB Margaret Rosemary A George M Patricia B Audrey Walter Gordon Edward Claude Cecil IF BJ Marjorie Ethel MB Alexander Oswald Myres

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RN WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Dr WRNS, L/Wren WRNS, L/Wren WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr.

Summary of Service
Colombo. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Cypher Office, Block E, Alford House Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Block F, Military Section, Eastern European. Bletchley Park May 1944 - August 1945. Block F or H. Newmanry. Robinson and Colossus operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Bletchley Park. Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Morse slip reader. Grotta, Iceland April 1943 - June 1944. Intercept and DF operator against U-boats.

Sources

7 7 4 4, 7, 12 7 7, 11 7 4 7 7, 9 7, 10 7 3N, 4, 11, 7 7 2, 5, 7, 9,12 7 4, 9 4 7 11, 5, 7, 6, 9

Wheeldon Archer Thomson

Trethewy FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RN

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park February 1940 - 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Block G (SIXTA); RAAF FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Army, Int Corps, Capt. 2 WU and 6 WU. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 14, Communications Signals Office. Berkeley Street, CMY. Knockholt. Bletchley Park Probably Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park to 1945. Hut 3. Blocks D and G. Military Section. Traffic analyst, using knowledge of German to identify individuals originating signals. From June 1945 worked on exploiting captured enemy documents. Bletchley Park. Block B(N), Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block B, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park from February 1941. Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Forest Moor 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator.

Cowan Cowan Cowan Cowan Cowburn

D EE Gertrude HM Mary

Pickles

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals.

3N, 4, 5, 11, 3N, 11, 9 4 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Cowdray Cowen Cowgill Cowieson Cowl Cowley BM Mabel MS Grace C JR Betty Kathleen Ada

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, C V, Mrs. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Int Corps WRNS WAAF

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Signals Office. Scarborough September 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block G, ISK. Bletchley Park, Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park April 1940 - February 1942. Mansion and probably Hut 4. Teleprinter operator, in Naval Section in 1942. Chicksands June August 1942.

Sources

4 7 4, 14, 7, 9 7, 11 2, 7, 11

Cowley Cowley

Peter Rita M

Jenner

RN, PO WRNS

Bletchley Park June 1944 - May 1945. Naval stores. 7 Eastcote June - December 1943. Bletchley Park December 1943 7 1946. Hut 11 December 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Probably Block D later in 1945, sorted incoming signals. Denmark Hill. 1940. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 8 Bletchley Park. Military Section, German Police. Eastern European Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Messenger. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 10, Block A (room 121), Block F. Air Section, including Japanese. Bletchley Park July 1944 - 1945. Naval Section Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 10 and Block A, Air Section. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Southwold, probably intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1944. Naval Section. 2 6, 7 11, 2 5, 7 3A, 4, 7, 9 3N, 9, 11, 12, 3A, 7, 9 7 9 4 7, 11 4 11, 7 7 7 7

Cowling Cowlishaw Cowper Cowper Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox

CH Douglas Owen JW MBG AJK Beryl Doreen Mary Geoffrey William Gwen J J MJJ PBF PD PJ Patricia Dudley Peggy Doreen Phyllis Vera

Mr. Australian Army WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. Baker FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS, PO Wren.

FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. Bletchley Park FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Gayhurst Manor November 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. Wincombe 1941 - 1944. Intercept operator monitoring Luftwaffe ground stations in France. Bletchley Park and Drayton Parslow August 1944 - August 1945. Hollerith operator. Forest Moor 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator.

Newton Leach Peeling

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Cox William Robert

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park August 1941 - 1945. Hut 10 and Block F(A), Air Section. 4, 6,9, 12, Mr. Head of Watch breaking low grade German ciphers in 1943. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Air Ministry Civilian, Mr. Creasey WRNS WRNS, L/Wren RAF, LAC. WAAF WAAF WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Fotheringham WRNS Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 10, Air Section, Meteorological Sub-section. Later Cheadle to February 1945. Bletchley Park October 1943 - 1945. Block H, Newmanry Colossus operator. Naval Section in August 1945. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Eastcote Bletchley Park. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Teleprinter operator. Chicksands 1942 - 1946. Intercept operator. Various overseas locations. Intercept operator. Chicksands 1943 - 1947. Signals clerk. Eastcote December 1942 - March 1943. Bletchley Park March 1943 May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block F(A), Air Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Later in Washington DC. Bletchley Park September 1944 - August 1945. Block D(6). Mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Hut 8. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Previously at Stanmore and Eastcote. Bombe operator. 7 11 7 9, 12, 7, 11 11, 7 7 7 7 7 7 4 4, 7 7

Coxhedge Cozzie Crabb Crabb Crabb Crabbie Crachen Crack Craddock Craft Craggs Craig Craig Craig Craig

Kathleen GM Connie Joseph W H Patricia Margaret IM A Arthur Albert Loreen Violet Peter Margaret Catherine Catherine EM Elma M Elsie Ann

Pinkham

Sheargold

Craig Craig Craig-Lockhart Craker Cramb Crane Crane Crane Crankshaw

Kim APR Aline Penelope Maud Grace Beryl ACW John Frederick Montague David W Edward

Carver Dack

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS WAAF WRNS, Chief Wren.

7, 9 4 7

Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Naval Section. Teleprinter operator. 7 Bletchley Park and possibly Gayhurst Manor. Probably bombe section 7 head. 7, 9 7 7

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Linguistics expert. Army, Royal Signals. 1 SWG. Intercept operator. Admiralty Civilian, Mr. Singapore, Colombo and Malta. Member of Admiralty Civilian Shore Wireless Service; intercepted enemy signals.

Army, Int Corps, Lt Col. Bletchley Park April 1943 - January 1945. Block G. WT Co-ordination. 6, 7, 9, 12 Headed SIXTA parties of Majs Lewis and Gadd. I/c Traffic Analysis coordination.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Crapper Crassweller Crauford Craufurd Kenneth N M J GI EK

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Air Ministry Civilian, TJAO(E), Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, RE, Sapper. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park from March 1942. Hut 10, Block A and Block F, Air Section. Hut 3. Block F, JAFO.

Sources

3A, 4, 7, 9, 12,

Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. 9 Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6. 2 Bletchley Park from 1942. Elmers School, probably Diplomatic Section. 2, 4, 11, Hut 4, Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 10, SIS Codes. 7 Probably Y Service 1941 - 1943. 7 Bletchley Park September 1944 - July 1945. Probably Block D(6), later 3N, 7, 11 in Naval Section, Japanese. Melbourne. FRUMEL. 6, 7 Bletchley Park 1944 - October 1945. Assistant Adjutant at RAF Church 7 Green. Bletchley Park May 1940 - November 1945. Hut 6, Intercept Control Room; later in Block D(3), liaised with Hut 6 to set priorities for collection. Cryptanalyst. 7, 9, 12

Craven Craven Kathleen Dorothy Craven-Griffiths Iris Crawcour Crawford Crawford Edwin Sydney Elizabeth George Ivor

Glanville Cooper

FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS Australian Army WAAF Army, Int Corps, Maj.

Page

Crawford Crawford

HG Vera E

Shepherd

RAF, Flt Lt. WRNS, L/Wren

Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion (room 7). Probably translator. 2, 5, Eastcote September - December 1943. Stanmore January 1943 - May 7, 11, 1945. Bombe operator. Dismantled bombes after VE Day. Bletchley Park May 1945 - 1946. Distributed incoming signals.

Crawfurd Crawley Crawley Crawley Crawshaw Craythorne Craze Creak Creasey Creasey Cree Creed

Alan Cecil G Harry John Kitty HG LEE Roma Marion Tudor Valerie DJ Maureen Robert Wren I Bartram

RN, Lt Cdr (retd). Bletchley Park 1939. Hut 4, Naval Section. 1, 12, FO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park October 1940 - 1945. Catering Manager. 9, 12 FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 10 and Block A (room 134). Air Section. 3A, 4, 9 Later in Berkeley Street. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Possibly Block E, Commcen. RAF, Flt Lt. Bletchley Park. Hut 10, probably Air Section. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block B(N), Hut 7. Naval Section. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park from October 1939 Hut 3. Block G, SIXTA. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS Army, Royal Signals. Bletchley Park 1942 - January 1944. Hut 11. Eastcote January - May 1944. Bombe operator. Colombo from May 1944. 7 5 4, 11, 2, 4, 7, 9 7

Gornal Fox

Cooper

Block D(3). 4, 11, Bletchley Park March 1944 - December 1945. Block A. Naval section. 7, 11, Possibly Whaddon Hall, SCU 1. Detached to the Azores January 1942 7 - March 1944. Melbourne. FRUMEL. 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS, L/Wren Air Ministry Civilian, TSAO, Mr.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park June 1944 - July 1945. Blocks F and H, Newmanry, Watch Leader, worked computing settings for Colossus.

Sources

Creed
Creighton

Nancy Marion Hugh

Hookham

Bletchley Park. Hut 10, Block A and Block F(A), Air Section, Luftwaffe 3A, 4, 7, 9, 12, tactical codes. Block F, Military Section, German Police. Block F, JAFO.

Creighton Creighton Cresswell Cretney Crew Crewes Crichton Crichton Crick Crierie Crimp Cripps Cripps Crisp Crisp Crisp Critchell Critchley Croasdell Croft

R Thomas Richmond Mandell NE TR AM IH NC Elizabeth Mary Kathleen Jean ("Kay") J AM H Donald William Leslie LE Lilian Gladys May L CF SLV Ivor John Petaval, later Morgan Ridsdale Heath

Melbourne. FRUMEL. 7 FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park September 1940 -early 1944. Hut 5 and Block B, Naval 2, 3N, 4, 7, 9, Section, Italian . Block G, ISOS. Cryptanalyst. 12 FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Lady WRNS FO Civilian, C VI, Mrs. WRNS, PO Wren. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Army, Royal Signals. WRNS GPO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Bletchley Park January - May 1940. Mansion, Cypher Office. Typist. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Possibly Mansion or Hut 10, SIS Codes. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Mansfield College, Oxford from June 1943. Cypher Production Unit, Berkeley Street, Commercial Section, Italian. Bletchley Park, Wavendon House, Gayhurst Manor and Stanmore 1940 - 1944. Bombe operator and controller. 7 7, 9 4 7 11, 4 7

Eastcote 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Hut 10 and Block F. Military Section, Italian. Also in Hut 4, 9 4 and Hut 14. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Chesterfield Street. Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Sandridge. Teleprinter operator and tape reader. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 6. 11, 4 7 11, 7 4, 7, 9, 11, 11, 4

Grayston

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bedford Autumn 1942, cryptographic course. Bletchley Park late 1942 4, 6, 7, 9 - late 1943. Block F, Testery. Berkeley Street and Aldford House late 1943 - Autumn 1945, Diplomatic Section, Finnish and COMINTERN. WRNS GPO Civilian, Mr. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park February 1944 - May 1946. Block F. Installation and operation of Colossus and Tunny. 7 7

Croft Crofts

Margaret Francis

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Crofts Crofts Croker Croker Cromar-Mahon Cromwell Crooke Crooke Cropper Cropper Crosby Cross Cross Cross Cross Cross Crossland Crossley Muriel Mynne Una M C V Joan Mary Kathleen Mary Luna Joyce ("Joy") Peggy Nancy G Winifred Mary Stella Audrey Dora MJ Mary Morrison Angles Rosemary VM Derrick Flora Geoffrey Ellis M Daphne S DS SM Ann Barbara Edna D FH Smith Boaz

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WAAF, ACW. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF, FS. ATS, Royal Signals WAAF FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs. Army. WRNS Army, Royal Signals.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block F, Air Section and JAFO. German and later Japanese air force deciphering. Forest Moor January 1944 - May 1945. Intercept operator Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Block G (SIXTA). Bletchley Park 1943. Military Section. Shenley 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator, including against Gestapo HQ, Berlin. Bletchley Park from December 1941. Bletchley Park August 1944 - September 1945. Block A. Naval Section, Japanese sub-section. Clerical support. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Hut 6, Block D(6). Stanmore. Bombe operator. Stanmore and Eastcote, Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1940 - c. 1945. Mansion. Commcen, probably later in Hut 6 and Block D or F. Shenley 1941 - 1942. Intercept operator. Chicksands September 1943 - April 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Elmers School. ISOS.

Sources

4, 7, 9 7 4, 7, 9 10, 7 9 7, 11 7 4, 7 2, 4, 7, 12 7 7 2, 7 7 7 4

Sheppard

Handley

Read

Elings Garrod

Hanslope Park December 1944 - April 1947. Design and development 7 of Rockex equipment. Possibly Bletchley Park, bombe operator. Shenley 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator against SS comms. Bangalore 1945. Intercepted Russian comms. 7 7 9, 11 4, 9, 11 2 7, 9 7 7, 11, 11,

Crossley
Crouch Crouch Crough Crowden Crowder Crowe Crowe

FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bedford, ISSIS. Bletchley Park 1942. Elmers School, Japanese Section. MacSporran Shortell FO Civilian, Mrs. ATS, Int Corps FO Civilian, Miss. RN, Midshipman Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 8. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Cairo and SCU 1. Bletchley Park early 1943 - May 1945. Block C, Hollerith operator for 3 months. Later Block A(N). Naval Section, cartographer. Bletchley Park. Naval Section.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Crowhurst Crowley Croxford Croxford Cruickshank Cruickshank Crum Stanley Frank JMB Edward Gerald M Marjorie J Maxwell G ("Bentlegs") Michael Maurice

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

Army. Whaddon Hall and Hanslope Park 1940 - 1960s. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from 1943. Block F (Mil T) JAFO. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Mansfield College, Oxford from June 1943. Cypher Production Unit, FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Hut 7, probably Hollerith operator. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section. RN, L/Tel (SO) Scarborough 1943 - 1946. Intercept operator.

7 4, 9 4, 12, 4, 7, 11 4 7

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park April 1940 - June 1945. Hut 8. Block F, Newmanry, 2, 4, 7, 9, 12, devised "Crums Square", an alphabetical table for obtaining teleprinter keys. Block G, ISOS. Hinton Coval Wall Sampson WRNS WRNS ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. ATS, Subaltern FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Sqn Ldr. FO Civilian, Mrs. RAF GPO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Possibly Hut 7, Japanese language training and supervising other trainees. Colombo 1944 - 1945. Gayhurst Manor and Eastcote, bombe operator. Forest Moor. Intercept Operator. Bletchley Park May 1940 - December 1943. Hut 4 and Block B. Naval Section. May 1940. Naval Section, card indexes. 7, 11, 7 7 2, 3N, 4, 7, 9, 11, 12

Crump Crump Crump Cruttwell Cubbidge Cudby Cuffe Cullimore Cullinan Culling Cullingham Cullum Culshaw Cumberland Cummins Cummins Cummins Cummins

Daphne J Marguerite Winifred Diana Louise Mary Gwenda EM Veronica M Doris Elizabeth JM WM Reginald G H Con James Joyce Barbara E Dinah Edgar Alan Margaret Ashley

Bletchley Park 1942 - early 1944. Hut 3 and Block D(3). 7 Bletchley Park. Hut 4. Berkeley Street, Diplomatic Section, Near East. 4 Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park August 1943 - 1945. Possibly Block E, Commcen. Berkeley Street. Commercial Section, German. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1940. Elmers School. Diplomatic Section. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1943. Hut 3, Air Intelligence Section. Set up Air Index. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 8. Cheadle. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Bletchley Park August 1943 - June 1945. Block D(6). Investigated "dud" messages. 4, 7 7 4 1, 2, 7, 9, 12 7 7 14 4, 7 7 4, 7, 9 7, 11

Kear

Moffett

FO Civilian, Mrs. Bletchley Park FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 4. Block F, Military Section, Japanese. WRNS, L/Wren Eastcote late 1943 - early 1944. Gayhurst Manor early 1944 - early 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park early - August 1945. Checking and circulating signals, card indexing.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Cundall Cunis Cunliffe-Owen Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham Curnock Curran Currer-Briggs Emily M F AG Philipa Bobbie Charles IE PA W WB Wood

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, C III, Miss. Bletchley Park February - May 1945 WRNS WRNS WRNS Army. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Eastcote. bombe operator. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park mid-1945, Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block F, Military Section, German Police. Cryptanalyst.

7 11, 7 7, 11 7, 12 11, 11, 5, 7 4 1, 12,

Stevens

FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. WRNS, 3rd Officer. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS. Hut 4, Intelligence Exchange. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Japanese. RN, Paymaster Lt. Bletchley Park 1939. Singapore late 1939 - 1942. Colombo c. 1942 1945. FO Civilian, Mr. Army, Maj.

WG Noel

Knockholt June 1943 - April 1945. Radio operator. 7 Bletchley Park late 1941 - late 1942. Military Section. North Africa and 7, 12, 15 Middle East late 1942 - 1945, including with No 7 Special Intelligence Coy. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Scarborough April 1944 - May 1945. Teleprinter operator transmitting intercepted signals to Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park December 1943 - January 1946. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Key breaking. Bletchley Park 1940 - February 1942. Hut 3, Senior Military Advisor. 7, 9 4, 14, 7 7, 11, 2, 5, 9, 12,

Currie Curry Curry Curtis Curtis Curtis Curtis Curtis

RA Lucy A Margery Brenda Scott CR Evelyn Mary F Hilary TalbotPonsonby Sladden Medlock Kelly

Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS WRNS Army, Maj. WAAF, Sgt. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals

Bletchley Park 1943 - 1946. Block F. Air Section. Translating Japanese 7 pilot reports. Japanese course at SOAS 1943. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1942. Elmers School, probably Diplomatic Section, Japanese. 1, 2, 9

Bletchley Park January 1941 - December 1943, and August 1945. Hut 4, 7, 9, 11 4 and Block A. Tracking U-boats from DF bearings and deciphered signals. In August 1945 worked on official history. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Bletchley Park August 1944 - 1945. Block D(3). Forest Moor. Intercept operator. 4, 7, 10 7, 9, 7

Curtis Curwen Curzon

Margaret Joan I Vera

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Cushing Cutler Cutler Cutter GN Betty George Albert Beryl

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF WRNS

Summary of Service

Sources

Davies

Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 7, 9 Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. 7, 9 Overseas locations and Bletchley Park. Intercept operator. 7 Flowerdown 1943 - 1946. Intercept operator, including against U-boats. 7

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