Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Jabez-Smith Jackman Jackson Jackson Jackson

Jackson Vivienne L Winifred May Alan Gordon Christopher DJ Dorothy Lankester Alford Bull

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS, 2nd Officer. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Royal Signals. Army RAF WRNS

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section, NS VI (Technical Intelligence), captured documents. Bletchley Park. Block B, Naval Section. Arkley 1944, intercept operator. Hanslope Park 1944 - 1946. technician.

Sources

3N, 7, 9, 11 7, 11 7

Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. 7 SLU 8 and SLU 9 May 1944 - August 1945. NW Europe and Brisbane. 7 Eastcote and Gayhurst Manor May 1944 - May 1945. Bombe operator. 7, 11 Bletchley Park May - September 1945. Japanese naval call signs. Bletchley Park. Naval Section, Japanese. Cheadle 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator against Luftwaffe maritime operations in North Sea and Arctic. 6, 11 7

Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson

EG Ernest George Leslie Gildart Edgar Pemberton HS Helen Letitia Mary JM Joan P John Robert Kay M MAJ MC MJ Margaret Anna ("Peggy") Marguerite Irene Nancy Edith Dalton

FO Civilian, Mrs. RN RSS Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Mr.

Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor 1939 - 1945. Derby. 7 Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 4 and Block B, Naval Section. German 2, 3N, 7, 9, 11, transmitter fingerprinting expert, Head of NS IV, Submarines, 1942. 12, Deputy Head of Naval Section from July 1943.

Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Mansion, Hut 10 and Block F, Military Section, probably 5, 7 German Police. ATS WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Army, Royal Signals. ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF, Sgt. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF, Sgt. Beaumanor and Kedleston Hall. Teleprinter operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, Bletchley Park July 1942 - May 1945. Hut 18, Block G. ISOS Section - 4, 7 Abwehr codes. Typing, indexing, translating. Isle of Man, Broadstairs, Baldock and Bangalore 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Spanish. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park September 1943 - August 1945. Block F, Air Section. Japanese air and naval codes. Japanese course at SOAS 1943. Abbot's Cliff. Intercept operator against German aircraft and E-boats, Royal Signals. Knockholt Y station. Slip-reader 7 7, 9 4, 7, 11, 4 11, 7

Hunter

Jackson
Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson

Fletcher

Fletcher

Jackson Jackson

Le Marchant

WRNS, PO Wren FO Civilian, Miss.

7 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Jackson Nora Mary Burbidge

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park September 1940 - May 1946, including some time at 4, 7, Wavendon House and Aldford House. From 1943 in Japanese section, Block F. Typist. 4 3N, 11, 1, 2, 3N, 11, 12, 9 4 7 7 1, 6, 7, 9, 12

Jackson Jackson Jackson

PN R Ronald R

FO Civilian, TA, Mr. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Hut 9, Staff Office. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Hut 4 and Hut 7, Naval Section, French and Japanese. Deputy Head of Japanese cryptography (NS IJ) from mid 1944. Also in Hut 6 in 1940. Cryptanalyst. Army. Bletchley Park. Possibly SIXTA. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Kedleston Hall. Ogden GPO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Army, late Int Corps, Col. Sandridge August 1943 - December 1947. Intercept operator. Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1941, Military Section, Italian. Heliopolis 1941 March 1943, Director Combined Bureau Middle East (CBME). Bletchley Park March 1943 - 1945. Block F, Military Section Head of Italian; Deputy Director (Military Wing) (DD(MW)) from March 1944; Commandant Military Wing from June 1944, replacing Brig Tiltman. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Ran YWCA Canteen. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park from September 1939. Elmers School. Diplomatic Section. Forest Moor. Intercept operator. HMAS Harman. Intercept operator, against Japanese kana Morse. Wormwood Scrubs and Arkley 1940 - May 1945. SCU 3. Intercept operator.

Jackson Jackson

Thomas Barter WV

Jackson Moore Elizabeth Margaretta Jackson-Liell Sinty Jacob Frederic Arthur

Jacob Jacob Jacques Jaffe Jaffe Jakes James James James James James James James James James James

Norah ("Biscuits") Walter Elizabeth Heather Jane Sidney Maisie B Allan Edward Archie Douglas Beatrice Constance Inez D EFE Eileen Hume Heather Catesby JM Lilian N

Hartland Parsons

YWCA Civilian, Miss. US Army, Sgt. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. US Army, Lt. ATS, Royal Signals. RAN Army, Royal Signals.

7 6, 7 7 2, 6, 9 6 7 7 7 7 7 4 11, 7 7 11, 4, 7,

Cronkorn

Prideux

Richards Stubley Williams

WRANS Melbourne. FRUMEL WRNS Bletchley Park. Writer. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G. ISK. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Probably Administration Section. WRNS Bletchley Park. Hut 6. WRNS Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 9, Elmers School, Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different James James James James James James Jamieson Jamieson Jamieson Jamieson Jamieson Jamieson Janaway Janes Janes Janes Janes Janes Jaques Jaques Jaques Jarman Jarman Jarman Jarratt Jarratt Jarrold Margaret Margaret Mavis PHR Peter Norman Huson Sue AV Helen S M MEC Mary C RC DG Amy Margaret Gwendoline Gene Margarita F Peggy TST Dorothy E Joan PL James William Henry Mollie Olive M DJ Mary Barbara Winifred Smith MF Neil de la Bastide

Service, Rank or Grade, Title ATS, Subaltern. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. RNVR, Sub Lt Army. WRNS Army, Int Corps. ATS, Int Corps. RAAF FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, JAFO. Eastcote June 1944 - July 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Chicksands and Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 1 WU and 6 WU. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 6, Block D. Block F, Air Section. Hut 7, probably Japanese Section, Naval.

Sources

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

Ross

Stanmore January - September 1943. Bletchley Park September 1943 7 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Hut 9 and Elmers School, ISOS. 4 4 7

Jones Winkler Trull Dorrington Sands Leatherdale

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Kedleston Hall. FO Civilian, C II, Miss. Bletchley Park September 1942 - September 1945. Block C, Hollerith operator. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. Met Police, Sgt. WRNS ATS FO Civilian, Mrs. Army, Royal Signals, L/Cpl. Air Ministry Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Eastcote and Stanmore 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 7 1945. Japanese decoding. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1946. Hut 7 and Block C, Hollerith operator. Denmark Hill and Knockholt November 1941 - December 1944. Bletchley Park June 1944 - September 1945. Block H, Newmanry, Colossus operator. Bletchley Park April 1944 - August 1945. Block F. Testery, Tunny operator. Y Service December 1942 - July 1947. 7 SWS from October 1944, France Belgium, Netherlands. Intercept operator. Dunstable. Met Office IDA Unit. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block A(N), and Block B, Naval Section. including Japanese. Eastcote April 1944 - July 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block E. Commcen, Cypher Office. 7 7 12, 7, 9 7 9, 7 6, 7 4, 7 3N, 4, 11, 7 4

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Jarvis Jarvis Jauncey Jay Jay B Brenda Doreen EV Gerry Katherine Ione Andrews

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

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Elmers School, probably Diplomatic Section, and Block B, Naval Section. Forest Moor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Huts 6 and 14, Block D(6). Probably Bletchley Park or Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park April 1941 - July 1945. Hut 6, Block D(6). Registration Room, training new personnel, identifying possible duplicate messages ("kisses"). Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Probably Block D(6) and G. SIXTA, indexing German personnel movements, some translation.

Sources

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

Roseveare

Jay Jeeman Jeeves Jeffares Jefferies Jeffers Jeffery Jeffrey Jeffreys Jeffreys Jeffreys Jelf Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins

Vita Ken William Norman Ruth Charles Edward HC Charles Henry Henry R AM John Robert Fisher WH Una AMCE Benjamin Gordon Daphne Olive Phyllis Edna Margaret Elizabeth Hillcoat

Patmore

7, 9 7 4, 9 7 7 7 5, 9 7 11, 1, 2, 7, 9, 12, 14,

GPO Civilian, Mr. Dollis Hill and Bletchley Park. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Mansion, Military Section, double Playfair. Block F, Testery. Gilmour WRNS Army, Royal Signals. Army, Royal Signals. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Army, Royal Signals. WRNS FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Army, Col. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS, PO Wren. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS WRNS, L/Wren Army, Int Corps. Eastcote January - May 1944. Gayhurst Manor May 1944 - August 1945. Bombe operator. Arkley and Hanslope Park. Intercept operator. Forfar March - October 1944. Italy and Austria December 1944 September 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block F and Hut 10, Military Section. Forest Moor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1940. Cottage and Hut 6, Enigma Research Section. Devised "Jeffreys sheets" to aid breaking Enigma.

Bletchley Park 1940 - c. 1943. Elmers School. Berkeley Street c,. 1942 2, 12 - 1943. Diplomatic Section, Head of Chinese. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(6) and Block D(3). Y Service. Instructor. Mombasa and Colombo July 1943 - February 1946. Coder. Gayhurst Manor January 1944 - August 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park August 1943 - December 1945. Block D(6). Blistingcompiling lists of messages used in composing bombe menus. Block G, Military Wing, German Police. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park and Stanmore 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Brisbane. Central Bureau. 7 4 7 7 7 4, 7,

Evans Anderson

Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins

HG Hilary Mary IB Joy

Bedford Nowland

11, 7, 6, 11 7, 9 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Jenkins Jenkins Margaret Constance Romilly James Heald

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

ATS, Royal Signals Beaumanor. Intercept operator. 7 FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park December 1939 - early 1942. Elmers School, Aldford 2, 4, 7, 9, 12 House from early 1942. Diplomatic and Commercial Section, specialist on Greece and Balkans. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park c. 1942 - September 1945. Block F, Testery; later Block 5, 7, 12, H, Newmanry. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RSS Civilian, Mr. RNVR, Sub Lt Horne Chalet Davey FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF. WRNS RN, Midshipman. GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF WRNS WRNS Parry Russell Ives WRNS WAAF WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt. RAF, Sgt. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor. Stanmore. Bletchley Park 1945. Probably Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese cryptography. 4 7, 14 7

Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jennett Jennings Jennings Jennings Jennings

Roy Harris SP William Alfred Geoffrey Dawson Doris Edith Edith ("Jenny") Elizabeth Eric Henry Radford ("Rad") MMG MPM Mary Christine OM Daphne Margarita Elizabeth Rosemary Rosalind Vera Jean Pamela PI GE RF

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7 Bletchley Park 1942 - 1946. Hut 3, Block D. Teleprinter operator. 7 Wavendon House and Gayhurst Manor 1943 - 1944. Bombe operator. 7 Colombo Signals Distribution Office Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Engineer, fitting and maintenance. Recovered GPO equipment after closedown. Bletchley Park. Hut 4. Bletchley Park. Block A(N), Naval Section. Block F, Latin Section. Cheadle, Monks Risborough and Dunstable 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park from c. 1940. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Later to Colombo. Bletchley Park. Bombe operator. Later in Colombo. Chicksands. July 1943 - November 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park December 1944 - July 1945. Making sense of garbled Japanese signals after decryption and translation. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Bletchley Park c. 1943 - 1945. Block F, probably Air Section; Head of Japanese Inter-Service Secretariat from 1944. Bletchley Park from September 1943. Probably Block F, Air Section. Previously at Cheadle. Bletchley Park. Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Queens Park, Western Australia, 56 Aust Wireless Section. Intercept operator. 7, 11 7, 14, 4, 11, 4, 11, 7 11, 7 7 7 7, 11, 4 4, 11 5, 9, 12, 9, 7 7, 9 7

Jennings
Jennings Jennings Jennings Jennings Jepson Jepson Jermy Jessett Jesson Jessop Jessup Jewesson Jobling Jobson Johansson

Tout

Ena Norma V Alvhilde Mathel

Clark

WRNS ATS, Int Corps. Australian Women's Army Service

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different John John Johns Johns Johns Johns Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Haydn L IV Betty GI Marjorie Rene Audrey C DM EM Eileen Mary ("Copper") Eileen Millicent Ella Frank Stanley Georgina Gladys Irene J ("Johnny") Jill Joyce Margaret June Elizabeth Margaret B Zabczynski

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

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Military Section, Russian; later Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Hut 14, Communications Statistics Section. Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 9, Block A. 1941 - 1945 Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Forest Moor and Kedleston 1942 - 1945. Predicted call- signs, examining preamble of messages.

Sources

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

Alexander Fischl

Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Despatch rider carrying top secret material 7 to HQ Bomber Command and HQ US 8th AF. 4 4, 7, 11 3N, 4, 7

FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry and Machine Research Section. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS WRNS War Office; later FO, Civilian. TJAO, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, Mrs. ATS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. Armstrong Sharman WRNS WRNS Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A(N), Naval Section. Deputy head of NS VIII. In charge of Japanese records Bletchley Park late 1941 - 1945. Hut 8 and Block D. German Naval codebreaking.

Stanmore 1941 - 1945. Bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park and Stanmore. Probably bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park June 1942 - May 1945. Military Section, German police 4, 7, 10, 12, codes. Eastcote and Bletchley Park end of war. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park c. 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator, later Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 1, Transport Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Bletchley Park May 1944 - July 1946. Block F, Newmanry. Scarborough November 1943 - January 1944. Colombo April 1944 January 1946. Radio Fingerprinting (RFP), classifying U-boats, Royal Signals and Japanese submarines by filmed images of oscilloscope readings of their radio transmissions. 7 7 7 7, 11, 7 7 7 7

Davis

Johnson

Mary C

Clarke

FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Bletchley Park May 1943 - September 1945. Block A June 1943 - July 4, 7, 11 1943. Italian code-breaking. Hut 7 July 1943 - September 1945, Naval Section, Japanese. Code-breaking. Probably Bletchley Park. Bombe operator. 7 9,

Johnson Johnson

Mona O

Nobsby Saville

WRNS WRNS

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Peggy RM RTA Rita Rita Margaret Rosemary Urquhart Roy D Williams Hendey

Service, Rank or Grade, Title ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. US Army, Maj.

Summary of Service
Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Block D(3).

Sources

7 4 4

14, Eastcote February - June 1945. Bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park September 1944 - May 1945. 7 Bletchley Park c. 1942 - 1945. Hut 6, US Army liaison officer; later OC 7, 12, 6813 Signals Security Detachment, unit for all US Army personnel at Bletchley Park. 101 SWS and 9 SWS. Intercept operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. 9 101 SWS July 1940 - July 1943. Greece and North Africa. 9 SWS July 7 - December 1943. Italy. Y intercept operator. 4 4, 7, 9 7 4 4, 7 4 2, 4, 7 7 7, 9, 11 7 5, 7 7 4 7 7

Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnston Johnston Johnston Johnston Johnston Johnston Johnston Johnston Johnston Johnston Johnston Johnstone JohnstoneAbrahams

Teddy V Walter Martyn BW Brenda Bunty C E de A Elizabeth Marguerite Angela FA JH Patricia Rachel Bruce Stanley WJS J Jill

Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Royal Signals, Signm .

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Aldford House. FO Civilian, TJAO, Bletchley Park January 1941 - 1945. Hut 6, Blocks D and G. SIXTA Miss. traffic analysis, log-reader. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, PO Wren. RSS Civilian, Mr. Army, Capt. Adam FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. Kramer FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Hut 8. Bletchley Park. Hut 8. Berkeley Street. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Hut 9. Billeting Office. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6, Block D(6). New Delhi. SLU. Bletchley Park August 1943 - January 1946. Block B, Naval Section. Secretarial duties, induction of new naval officers. Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor. Belfast. Bletchley Park. Melbourne. FRUMEL Bletchley Park. Probably Transport Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Possibly D Block. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945.

Hoy

Swinhoe Cross

Johnstone-Hogg D E R Johnstone-Hogg Moyna Joint Iris

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Jolly Jolowicz Jones Jones Jones Jones Mary P HF AI Alwyne W Amy Claire Marie

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Army, Int Corps, Maj. WAAF, LACW. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WAAF WAAF, ACW. ATS, Royal Signals ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Mr; later Army, Intelligence Corps

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1942. Hut 15. Air Section. Bletchley Park. Block E. Commcen, Cypher Office. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Japanese.

Sources

4, 9, 11, 7, 9 3A, 4

Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. 7, 9, 11 Bletchley Park May 1940 - c. 1945. Probably Hut 1, Sick Bay. Head of 4, 9, 12, Sick Bay, Superintending Matron from March 1943. Member of Bletchley Park Women's Committee. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park early 1944 - June 1945. Morse slip reader. Forest Moor 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator. Forest Moor 1944 - May 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1940, Hut 1. North Africa and Italy 1941 - 1945. 7, 9 7 7 7 2, 7

Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones

Amy Margaret Barbara Clarissa Beth Catherine Ceiriog

Sormani Busch

Jones

D Mervyn

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park February 1943 - September 1945. Hut 4 and Block F. Military Section, Japanese sub-section (JAFO). Decoding Japanese Army Air Force code 3366 and correcting translations of decrypts. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block F and Hut 4, JAFO. RAF Chicksands 1942 - 1944. Delhi, Bangalore, Rangoon and Hong Kong 1944 - 1946. Intercept operator on German, Japanese, Chinese and Russian. WAAF GPO Civilian, Mr. Admiralty Civilian, TSAO, Mr. ATS, Int Corps. RAF, Sqn Ldr.

4, 7, 9, 12,

Jones Jones

Daniel Jenkyn Dennis T

5, 7 7

Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones

E E Edgar Norman Elisabeth M Elwyn

West Kingsdown 1940 - 1943. Intercept operator on Luftwaffe. 7 Sandridge from 1940. 2 Bletchley Park to late 1944. Block A(N), Naval Section. Deputy Head of 4, 11, 12, NS II (I), (Italian Codes/ciphers) by mid-1944. . Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Huts 1, 11 and 23. Maintained and operated first bombes at Bletchley Park, as a Sgt. By end of war was i/c all bombe operations, at Bletchley Park and outstations. Forest Moor Late 1942 - 1944. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park February 1942 - August 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Head of Hut 3. Appointed Assistant Director (3) in March 1944. 7, 9 2, 7, 9, 12

Jones Jones

Enid ("Snoop") Eric Malcolm

Burgess

ATS, Royal Signals RAF, Gp Capt.

7 6, 7, 9, 12

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Ernest Herbert Douglas Craig Esther P FE FE Frank Lindley Freda M GHB GM George S Gloria Gloria Griffith John Gwendoline Mary H HB HW Harold E Henry Bowman JG JH Jane Joan Joyce Ingman Joyce Marion Field Rose

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 3, later Hut 14, Head of Central Signals Registry. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, C V, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Mr.

2, 7, 9, 12,

Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Member of Bletchley Park Drama Group. ` 4, 9, 12, Bletchley Park. Block E. Berkeley Street. 4 Bletchley Park. Hut 16 and Block G. ISK. 4 Bletchley Park from March 1943. Hut 7. Naval Section VI. Intelligence 3N, 11, 12, Library management.

FO Civilian, C III, Miss. Bletchley Park June 1943 - October 1945. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith 7 operator. WRNS FO Civilian, C V, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. WAAF WRNS Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Also Military Section Eastern Europe. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Chicksands. Intercept operator. Stanmore, Wavendon House and Gayhurst Manor 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. 11, 4 4, 7, 7 7 4, 12, 14, 7 9 4, 11, 10, 7 7 5, 4 7 7

Atherton, later Hansford Reitmeier

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from May 1942. Hut 15A and Block F, Military Section. Bletchley Park. Block E. Typist. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. CMY. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block F. JAFO. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park 1943. Military Section, Italian. RAAF 1 WU, 4 WU, 6 WU and 7 WU. Intercept operator. RN Colombo and Mombasa 1942 - 1946. Intercept operator. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Block F, SIXTA. TICOM. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G. ISK. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Probably Block C, Hollerith operator. WAAF Chicksands November 1944 - February 1945. Teleprinter operator/Morse signal reader. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss.

Arrowsmith Conway Stevens

Bletchley Park 1942. Elmers School, typist. 7, 9 Bletchley Park 1941 - 1946. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Probably mod. 7 Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Later PA to head of section. Smallford. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. CMY. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7 9 11,

Jones Jones Jones

Lawrence Frederick M ME

GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones MG Mair Margaret Margery Winfield Buchanan Andrews

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS, L/Wren WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. deciphering. Bletchley Park July 1944 - October 1945. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park September 1944 - September 1945. Block C. Switchboard, general office, punch room.

Sources

3N, 11, 7 7 7

Mavis Megan Williams Noel William Archibald P PFV PM PM Patrick Peggy Doreen Phyllis Margaret Phyllis S R RL Reginald Victor Tyers

WRNS Bletchley Park. Block D(6). 7 FO Civilian, Mrs. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Block C, Hollerith operator. 7 FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park October 1944 - October 1945. Block F, Air Section and 4, 12, JAFO. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Melbourne. FRUMEL Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Hut 16 and Block G. ISK. 7 4 4 4 7, 9, 7 4 4, 7,

Gordon

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Hut 7 and Block C. Probably Hollerith operator. Mr ATS, Royal Signals Shenley 1943 - 1945. Forest Moor 1945 - 1946. Intercept operator. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Probably mod. Typex operator.

Robinson

Bletchley Park. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Later in Communications Signals 4, 9 Office.

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). 4, 11 Air Ministry Civilian, Dr. Bletchley Park October - November 1939. Hut 3. Detached from MI6 12 Air Section to acquaint himself with Bletchley Park's capabilities and senior personnel. Later Scientific Adviser to Air Ministry and Director of Scientific Intelligence. GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park October 1944 - June 1945. Probably Block D(6), mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. 7 7

Jones Jones

Ronald Owen Richard Ruth

Lewis

Jones Jones Jones Jones

SE Trevor D VS Victoria Lily

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block E. Commcen, Cypher Office. 4 FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park c. 1943 - 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3), record of German 4, 6, 7, 9, 12 technical terms and military abbreviations. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Teleprinter operator. 4 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Jones-Williams J F R ("JW") Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordon Joseph Joseph Joslin Joslin Jowett Jowett Alan Kathleen Mary MP Margaret Mary Gwen Jean Elizabeth D E Elizabeth David M Kenneth George Hester Pauline Patricia Rowlands Wimpenny Robb Douglas

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

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park November 1941 - c. 1945. Probably Elmers School to March 1942, Diplomatic Section.

Sources

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

Gaskell

Army. Bletchley Park. Possibly Military Section. FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block D(3). Military Index - indexing Miss. significant information from deciphered signals. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Fg Off. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS RNVR, Sub Lt. BTM Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1944. SIS training course. Bletchley Park 1945. Junior Medical Officer. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Melbourne. FRUMEL Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Translator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block C. Hollerith machine maintenance engineer.

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7, 11 Bletchley Park February 1944 - 1946. Hut 4.Wireless Telegraphy Co- 4, 7, 9 ordination Section (WTC). Secretary to Lt Col Sayer, Lt Col Crankshaw and Maj Sawdon. Y Service 1941 - 1944. Intercept operator. Eastcote May - August 1944. Stanmore August 1944 - July 1945. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Air Section, Italian. Bletchley Park 7

Joy Joy Joy Joyce Joyce Joyner Joynson Jubb Jucker Judah Judd Judd Jupp

Dorothy Fenton Pauline Sylvia Nancy Charles Richard Boddington Elizabeth Dorothy May EHH EM Jacqueline Claire S Barbara Lilian Colin H Audrey Lilian

Yarrow Hollington Wansbrough

WRNS WRNS Air Ministry Civilian, Miss.

2, 7, 9 7 7 1 7, 11 11, 7 4, 6, 7, 7 5, 7, 9 7

WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, L/Wren WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, C III, Miss.

Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1939. Cottage, Enigma Research. Later at Mansfield College Oxford, Code and Cypher Production Unit. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Eastcote June 1944 - 1945. Stanmore 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block D (8). Forest Moor June 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(3); Block G(SIXTA) Bletchley Park May - October 1945.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Jury Jutsum Kahan Kahn Geroge Alfred Norman James MWF MJ Pamela HW Ellen Helvig George Elizabeth M I Barbara Jean Dorothy MS Mary S PB PM Agnes Edith Phyllis FJ May M Peggy Leslie Norman Bernard Francis Lecroart Taptiklis Lowry Hobbs

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Army, Royal Signals. RAF

Summary of Service
Whaddon Hall. Probably SCU 1. SLU in North Africa, Gibraltar, Italy, Cairo and Jerusalem September 1943 - February 1946. Decoder.

Sources

7 7 4, 6 4, 6 6, 7, 9, 7, 9 7 7 7 5, 9, 7 7, 9 7

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Knockholt FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Berkeley Street, Diplomatic Section, Chinese. Also Huts 9 and 16 at Bletchley Park. ATS, Int Corps. Army, Int Corps. WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS Bletchley Park 1943 - May 1945. Probably Block D, SIXTA. Traffic analysis. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Linguist. Bletchley Park. Possibly Naval Section. Eastcote December 1943 - June 1944. Bombe operator. Colombo July 1944 - October 1945.

Kanis
Karet Karsten Kaufman Kay Kaye Keach Kear Kear Keates Keates Keating Keating Keay Kebel-Smith Keech Keefer Keeffe

Branth

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Wavendon House. Commercial Section,, Russian. Bletchley Park. Block D, Military Section. WAAF, Flight Officer ATS, Int Corps. ATS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS WRNS WRNS, 3rd Officer. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WAAF Australian Army Army, Int Corps Washington DC, Halifax NS and New York. Typex operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park March 1944 - November 1945. Probably Block G, Traffic Analysis.

Roberts

Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Cypher Office. 4 Bletchley Park. Block D(8). 4 Stanmore January - April 1943. Bletchley Park April 1943 - June 1945. 7 Hut 11. Bombe operator, later i/c ops. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 4, Block A(N). Naval Section. Y Service 1941 - 1945. Intercept operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL Bletchley Park March 1944 - September 1945. Block F and Hut 10. Japanese Armed Forces Section (JAFO), decoding and translating Japanese Air Force traffic. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Sick Bay. Nurse. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. 7 11, 3N, 4, 7 7 6, 7 7

Keegan Keeley Keeling Keen

Dorothy SJ Alan Geoff P

Wilkinson

FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Army. GPO Civilian, Mr.

7 7 7, 9 7, 14,

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Keen Keen Keep Keighly-Peach Keilor Keith Harold Hall ("Doc") Patricia Isobel Walter Charles AM Mary Williamson W Bruce Rankin Hollom

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

Summary of Service
Letchworth. Designed the bombe and oversaw production and development.

Sources

7, 10 7 4, 7, 12 4

WRNS Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Hut 11, Bombe operator. FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Huts 9 and 1. Transport supervisor. Mr. FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs. ATS, Royal Signals. RN, Capt. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Portuguese.

Beaumanor. Intercept operator. 7 Bletchley Park 1939 - mid 1942. Mansion (room 7) and Elmers School. 1, 2, 9 11, 12, Naval Section, Japanese (as Lt Cdr), Chief Intelligence Officer, later Deputy Head. Colombo mid 1942 - 1945. Senior Naval Sigint Officer, ultimately CO HMS Anderson. Bletchley Park September 1944 - August 1945. Colossus operator Bletchley Park. Hut 14 and Block E, Central Signals Registry. Stanmore 1943 - 1945. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6 and Block D(6), including head of Registration Room 1 in 1943. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese translator. 7 4, 7, 7 2, 4, 7, 9 7, 11

Keliher Kelland Kellar Keller Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelsey Kelsey

Josephine M Joan Enid Margaret Catherine Mary Elizabeth ("Kitty") Anthony Richard Michael Deirdre Elsie Ellen Geoffrey Bede Isabella C Joan Margaret Mary R Phyllis Jane TA IM Kenneth James

Bolton-Carter

WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss.

McDonald Brown

WRNS FO Civilian, TSAO, Miss. RNVR, Sub Lt

Payne Hogg

WRNS ATS, Royal Signals Army, Royal Signals, Signm.

Bletchley Park. Naval Section, Japanese shipping. 7, 11 Forest Moor November 1943 - July 1945. Intercept operator. 7 Whaddon Hall March 1944 - January 1945. SCU 1. Cairo and Calcutta 7 January 1945 - January 1946. 7 7 4, 9, 7

Cowan Doyle Walker

ATS, Royal Signals Forest Moor 1942 - 1945. Special Y operator. WRANS FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Bletchley Park. Cottage, Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G, ISK. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park April 1940 - April 1944. Mansion. Telephone operator. RNVR, Sub Lt ATS, Royal Signals RAF, Sgt.

Bowyer

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, Beaumanor 1942 - 1944. Wireless operator 7 Kandy December 1944 - December 1946. SLU 5. deciphering and 7 enciphering Ultra material from and to Bletchley Park and WEC, Delhi. Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7 7, 11

Kelso Kemball

Dorothy Sinclair Helen Jane

Adams Corser

ATS, Royal Signals. WRNS

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Kemp Kemp Kemp Kemp A BSM ED MJ Rooke Turner

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Senior Commander. WAAF, LACW.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park c. January - mid 1944. OC ATS personnel in Military Wing. Based at Shenley Road Military Camp.

Sources

7 11, 7, 12

Monk's Risborough Summer 1944 - Summer 1945. Dunstable Summer 7 1945 - 1947. Intercept operator, probably against German meteorological signals. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Head of DF sub-section. Bletchley Park March 1942 - July 1945. Block D(6). Hut 6. Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion, Hut 5 and Block B(N). Naval Section, Italian. 5, 7, 12, 4, 12, 2, 4, 11, 4, 7, 11, 12,

Kemp Kemp Kempthorne Kendall Kendall Kendrick

Oliver P Harold Christine Winifred Ronald ("Ken") F Anthony

Kriedt

Army, Maj. RN, Cdr. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park June 1941 - August 1945. Hut 4 and Block A, Naval Section. German translator. FO Civilian, Mr.

Bletchley Park August 1939 - July 1942. Cottage, Enigma Research. 1, 2, 4, 7, Hut 8 - founder member. Cryptanalyst. Ottawa July 1942 - May 1945. G392512 GCCS representative to Canadian Sigint Organisation. Berkeley Street from May 1945. Cryptographic adviser to Capt Hastings. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 9. Billeting Office. Melbourne. FRUMEL West Kingsdown May 1942 - January 1943. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park January 1943 - early 1945 Bletchley Park. Probably Air Section. Shenley July 1943 - July 1945. Forest Moor July - November 1945. Intercept operator. 11, 4 7 7

Kennaugh Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy

DR DL GL Henry

WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF

Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy

Jeanne M Malcolm Duncan

Story Kaufman

ATS, Royal Signals

7

FO Civilian, TSAO, Capt (retd). WRNS, 3rd Officer. WRNS RAF, Flt Lt. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS

Melbourne. FRUMEL 7 Broadway, Bletchley Park and Berkeley Street 1939 - late 1942. 1, 2, 4, 7, 9, Diplomatic Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park late 1942 - 1945, Military 12, Section, Japanese. Interpreter. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 9, 7, 11, Eastcote January - June 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park June - 7 September 1945. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Air Section. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park. Hut 11. Bombe operator. 2, 3A, 7, 9 9 7

Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kenneford Kennet

Marjorie Jo O Susan Catherine TR E Deborah

Claydon

Vickers

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Kennett Kenney Kenning Kenny Kensington Kent Kent Kent Kent Kent Kenward Kenworthy Josie Olive MW M James Albert CJ John Enoch PA TW Vera Eugenie Wyn J WJA Harold Charles ("Ken") Purkis Martin

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Army. WRNS RN FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park August 1944 - July 1945. Blocks F and H. Newmanry. Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section. Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS. Despatch rider, Bletchley Park to War office. Bletchley Park. Block B, Naval Section. Colombo 1944 - 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Cottage, Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G, ISK. Bletchley Park from July 1943. Hut 16 and Block G. ISK. Block G, JAFO.

Sources

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

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Wavendon House February 1940 - March 1942. Berkeley Street and Aldford House from March 1942. Commercial Section. WAAF, LACW. RN, CPO. FO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block D(3). Clerical support on Air Index. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Denmark Hill 1939 - 1942. Knockholt 1942 - 1945. Head of Government Communications Wireless Station and Foreign Office Research and Development Establishment (FORDE). Bletchley Park. Block D(3). JAFO Bletchley Park from 1940. Elmers School. Later Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Italian. Chicksands September 1944 - July 1947. Teleprinter operator. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Drayton Parslow 1943 - 1945. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Radio Security Service, Belfast, Voluntary Interceptor. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Bletchley Park January 1944 - May 1945. Block D. Teleprinter operator, in communication with Windy Ridge. Probably transmitting Ultra reports for relay to HQs. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Quiet Room, later Traffic Identification Section. Traffic analysis.

Kenworthy Keppel-Palmer Kermack Kermode Kerr Kerr Kerr Kerr Kershaw Kershaw

MV Mary Catherine Mary DW AF Joan Isabel Mary William B Molly A Crassweller Heal

FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WAAF FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS RSS Civilian, Dr. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WAAF

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

Freer

WalthewWilliams Kerlogue

Kerslake

Jean Gordon

FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss.

4, 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Kett Kette Ketteridge Kettles Kettlety Key Keyes Keyte Khan Kidd Diana Marie M Joan J AM MM Irene May JP Douglas J Diana Margaret Brierley Bowyer

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park c. 1943. Air Section. Preparing messages for decoding. 7 Aldford House. Commercial Section. 4 4, 7 4 1, 2, 7 7, 9, 11 7

Crane

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Berkeley Street. Typing Pool. FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Bletchley Park FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1940. Elmers School. Diplomatic Section. Y Service. Intercept operator. USNR, Lt. Bletchley Park 1945. Naval Section, NS VI. Army, Int Corps, L/Cpl. Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Testery. ATS, Royal Signals Air Ministry Civilian, Miss.

Beaumanor. Intercept operator. 7 Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 10 and Block A (room 112). Air Section. 3A, 9 Stanmore, Wavendon House and Gayhurst Manor March 1943 - 1944. 7, 11 Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park 1939 - late 1945. Berkeley Street and Aldford House. Research Section. Chicksands January 1942 - January 1943. Radio equipment maintenance, aerial erection. West Drayton January 1943 - August 1945. NCO i/c mobile parties maintaining equipment at Y stations. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park and Drayton Parslow June 1941 - September 1944. Block C. Hollerith machine operator and team leader. Bletchley Park Spring 1940. Naval Section, later joined Free French Forces. Eastcote November 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block E, Commcen. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader. 9 7 4 7

Kidd
Kidd Kidd Kidd Kidd

Cynthia Mary J Joyce Mary ST Thomas

Waterhouse

WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. RAF

Walker

Kidder

Kidman
Kiefe Kiernan Kightley Kiln Kilner Kilpack

Robert W Joan

Allen

US Army. FO Civilian, Miss. French Navy

7, 9 7 12, 7 7

Jean Mary Joyce Irene Loveday JA Mary Muriel Rachel Ann DM

Slater Skulska Saunders

WRNS WAAF WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS

Bletchley Park September 1943 - June 1944. Hut 11, bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Typist. Bletchley Park September 1944 - August 1945. Block F or H, Newmanry. Colossus operator Bletchley Park. Block B. Naval Section. 11, 7 7 3N, 11,

Kimber
Kimberley

Hockenhull

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Kimble Kime Kime King King King GHT GC Una Alice AH Ann BB Bob Cyril Doreen Elsie ED EM FL George William

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RN, Lt. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF, ACW FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS RAF, Sqn Ldr. RSS, Civilian, Mr. RAF WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, C V, Miss. FO Civilian, C III, Mr. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Hut 10. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section, teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park 1943. Military Section, Italian. Stanmore October 1943 - August 1945. Bombe operator. From Bletchley Park to Washington in 1943/4. Radio Security Service, Voluntary interceptor. Later full-time at Arkley. Probably Eastcote, bombe maintenance. Bletchley Park 1944 - August 1945. Block A. Naval Section, probably NS VI. Typing card index of captured U-boat documents. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Hut 4, WTC. Chesterfield Street. Bletchley Park May 1940 - c. 1945. Probably Hut 15, Block E, Mansion and Drayton Parslow. Responsible for despatch of classified material from Bletchley Park and management of registry messengers. Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor, 1941 - 1942. Bicester. Arkley January 1942 - September 1946. Radio Security Service HQ, identifying and classifying Abwehr networks. Forest Moor 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator. Alexandria. Intercept operator. Chicksands November 1942 - October 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park January 1944 - August 1945. Beaumanor August 1942 - May 1946. Intercept operator. Beaumanor 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). TICOM. Arkley 1945 - 1946. Intercept operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL Chicksands October 1940 - October 1942. Intercept operator. Knockholt from January 1945. OC GCWS.

Sources

Stacey Shrosbree

King
King King King King King King

5, 11, 7, 11 9 7 6, 15, 7 7 7, 11 4 4, 9 4 4, 12,

Wesley

King

Harold Sidney ("Noz" or "Bob") Hilda John John Gordon Conway Joyce May Kathleen Kathleen Kenneth C Kenneth John M Peter Wylie Quentin Eric Muffitt Ayres Robert Ron F W Sylvia Aston

RSS Civilian, Mr; later Army, Royal Signals, Cpl. ATS, Royal Signals RN RAF, LAC. FO Civilian, C II, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals ATS, Royal Signals. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Army, Royal Signals. RAF, LAC. Army, Maj. RAF, Plt Off. GPO Civilian, Mr. ATS, Int Corps.

7

King King King King King King King King King King King King King King

Walker Taylor Champion

Lambert

7 7 7 7 7 7 5, 7, 9 7 7 7 4, 12, 9, 14 7

Harris

Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Bletchley Park February - November 1943. Probably Block F. Japanese Military Air Section. Transcribed deciphered messages.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different King King-Harman King-Harman Kingsley Kingsley-Lark Kinniburgh Kinross Kinsella Kippen Kipper Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirk Kirk Kirkaldy Kirkby Kirkham Kirkham Kirkman Kirkman Kirkman Kirkness Kirkpatrick WAH BL EA

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block B(N), Naval Section, Italian and Japanese. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Cpl. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 8 and 9, Elmers School. Berkeley Street. Bletchley Park early 1940 - June 1941. Mansion. SIS Codes Section. Teleprinter operator in SIS Station X. Melbourne. FRUMEL Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Cheadle. Intercept operator, against U-boats. Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 10 and Block A (rm 124). Air Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block E. Cypher Office. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Kedleston Hall Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Burma. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park December 1940 - December 1943. Probably Typex operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block A. Naval Section. Decoding Japanese shipping codes. Bletchley Park August 1944 - April 1945. Block E, Communications Signals Office, sorted signals. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1942. Block A (room 138). Air Section, Bletchley Park. Hut 7 and Block C, probably Hollerith operator. Hut 5, possibly Naval Section, Italian. Hut 16, CMY. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Hut 6 and Block D(6).

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

Irene Elsa Katherine M F John

Thrupp

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RN Air Ministry Civilian, Miss. Turner FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS, 3rd Officer. ATS, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, L/Wren. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, L/Wren WRNS, L/Wren ATS, Int Corps. RAF, LAC FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Int Corps. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Valerie DA EJW Hilda Mary JK Lucy E MRI Percival George Eileen Mollie Joan Joan Joan Marjorie VT Eunice Pat VP Esther M

Murtagh

Hankins Clarke Easton Ledingham

Hoyle

Mould

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick J JC Marion Malet

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian WRNS, PO Wren. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Summary of Service

Sources

Fletcher

9, Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7, 11 Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 8, Block D. deciphered Enigma traffic 4, 7, 9, using Banbury sheets; tested possible settings on mod. Typex. Scarborough August 1942 - June 1946. Special Wireless operator intercepting U-boat traffic. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 5, Military Section. Cheadle and Chicksands late 1943 - early 1945. Intercept operator , troop movements and weather forecasts. 7 11, 2 7

Kirkup Kirman Kirman Kitch Kitchen Kitchener Kitcher Kitching Klaproth Klauber Kleinwort Klusmann

Robert Enos B E Peggy Rosemary Beverly ("Bevo") DM Peter Wakefield A F John Ernest G Dulcie Olive

RN FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Volunteer WAAF US Civilian, Miss.

Holmes Almond

Bletchley Park December 1943 - August 1945. Block D(3). Secretary to 7 US Lt Col Telford Taylor. 4 7 3N, 11, 7 5, 7, 9 5, 7, 4, 6, 7,

FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. Bletchley Park. Hut 16 and Block G, ISK. Block G, Military Section, German Police. RAF WRNS Chicksands, Capel-le-Ferne, Folkestone, WEC Delhi 1942 - 1946. Intercept operator.

Bletchley Park 19445. Naval Section, NS IV, Hydrography. Melbourne. FRUMEL Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. RAF Flt Lt. Bletchley Park. Air Section. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen, Central Signals Registry. Sorted and distributed incoming signals. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Hutchinson WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Hut 4, Block A(N). Naval Section.

Knapp Knapp Knapp

Francoise G Gladys Pierrette Vivienne

4, 7, 9, 11

Stanmore. Bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park January 1941 - August 1944. Hut 4 and Block A(N). Rm 4, 7, 11 50. Naval Section, Naval Index, translated Spanish naval signals and messages from Belgian and French agents on coastal fortifications.

Kneeshaw Knight Knight Knight Knight Knight

Ellis M Arthur Harold John BM D DD Dorothy

Biddick

WAAF Bletchley Park. Block E. Commcen. 7 FO Civilian, Senior (E), Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Hut 3 - founder member - and Block D(3). 1, 2, 4, 7, 9, Mr. Duty Officer (Watch Head). 12, FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Army, Int Corps, Capt. RN, Lt. ATS, Int Corps. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Block F , Military Section. Hut 4, JAFO. Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 4, 7, 5, 7 5, 7, 9

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Knight Knight Knight Knight Knight Knight Knight Knight Knight Knight Knight Knight Knight Knight Edgar Edward Anthony Kircher Eleanora Alice Rhoda FME JR Joan Eleanor Joaquina ("Jokie") K MG Marion Jean Goodall

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

RAF Chicksands. Intercept operator. 7 FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park January 1943 - June 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Briefly 4, 12, at Beaumanor. Bletchley Park. Block A(N), Naval Section. WRNS Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Hut 11A, possibly Testery. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Millward GPO Civilian, Mr. GPO Civilian, Miss. WAAF WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. WAAF, Sgt. Bletchley Park September 1944 - June 1945. Block A, Naval Section, NS VIII (Records), sorted and filed signals. Bletchley Park January 1943 - January 1946. Block D(6). Control Room, maintained contact with Y stations. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Bletchley Park March 1944 - July 1945. Possibly Hut 14. Teleprinter maintenance. Medmenhan, Chivenor, Gosport and Friston. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Stanmore March 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block F. Air Section. Prepared maps and briefings; operational research on enemy night fighter activity against Bomber Command. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block F. Air Section and JAFO. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Flowerdown 1943 - 1946. intercept and radio fingerprinting operator. Intercepted German and Japanese traffic. 3N, 4, 11, 11, 4 3N, 4, 7, 11 7 4 14 7, 14, 7 7, 11, 7 7 7

Matthews Suckling

Knight
Knight Knight Knight Knighting

Marjorie Elizabeth Holtam Mary Norah Peake Boswell Patric Pauline Helen Vaughan Pattison

Roy Clement Sylvia Winifred E Iris Patricia ("Nipper") Kathleen Audrey Pamela Sugg Sporne Tirrell Johnson Taylor

Air Ministry Civilian, TSAO, Mr. ATS, Int Corps. WRNS

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

Air Ministry Civilian, Mr. Dunstable. Met Office IDA Unit. GPO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, PO Wren. Sandridge c. 1939 - 1945. Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park early 1944 - late 1945. Communications Statistics Section.

Knightley
Knighton Knights

Bletchley Park January 1944 - December 1945. Blocks F and H, 7 Newmanry. Tunny emulator and Colossus operator and i/c teleprinters receiving traffic from Knockholt. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 11, 7, 9

Knocker Knollys

AM Celia

WRNS ATS, Int Corps.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Knollys Knottley Knowles Knowles Knowles PS Winifred Betsy Kathleen Louise MC Sheila Margaret Crouch Hales Rippon

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

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1939 - 1940. Air Section. Bletchley Park May 1943 - July 1945. Military Section, Japanese. Cipher clerk and typist.

Sources

1, 2, 7

Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 7, 9 Bletchley Park February - August 1945. Hut 16. Cover Management Y 4, 7, - co-ordinating Y Service cover of Diplomatic and Commercial traffic. Berkeley Street from August 1945. Bletchley Park March 1941 - end 1944. Hut 6, Blocks A and D. Teleprinter operator. Received messages for decoding. 7

Knowlson
Knox

Iris Kathleen Alfred Dillwyn ("Dilly")

Burrell

WAAF, Sgt. FO Civilian, Mr.

Bletchley Park September 1939 - February 1943. Cottage and Elmers 1, 2, 9, 12, School. Enigma Research Section. Founded ISK (Illicit Signals Knox) Section to break Abwehr Enigma ciphers. Bletchley Park, Probably Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Translator. Bletchley Park from 1944. Air Section, German. Melbourne. FRUMEL 7, 11, 9, 7

Knox Knox-Leet Kyle

Oliver Arbuthnot D J

RNVR, Sub Lt RAF, Sgt.

21 June 2012

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