Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Pace EG Grace Laura Margaret Sarah Merrett

Roberts

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

Summary of Service
Arkley and St Erth January 1944 - June 1946. SCU 3. Teleprinter operator. Eastcote July 1944 - February 1945. Gayhurst Manor and Bletchley Park February - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Elmers School and Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Worked on decoding Japanese naval JN 25 ciphers.

Sources

7 7, 11 4, 7, 9, 11

Pace
Pacey

Pacey Packer Packham Padbury Paddock Page Page Page Page

Queenie S A Elizabeth Patricia Philip A Anne Beryl C Denys Lionel

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Beaumanor and Kedleston Hall 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. Shenley 1943 - 1945. Teleprinter operator. Colombo 1944 - 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 10, Block A and Block F, Air Section, Meteorological team. Flowerdown 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Elmers School 1939 - 1942, probably Diplomatic Section. Hut 9A, Elmers School, Hut 18 and Block G from 1942, Head of ISOS. Head of Combined ISK and ISOS from March 1944, with title Assistant Director (ISOS and ISK) (AD(IS). Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen. Typex operator in communication centre.

4, 7 7 7 7 7 3A, 4, 9 7 7 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 12

McTiernan Whittick

ATS, Royal Signals ATS, Royal Signals. RN Air Ministry Civilian, TJAO(E), Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO(E), Mr.

Green

Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Paget Pain Pain

EV F Henry Albert Mark JA Les Ruth Vivien Patricia Anne Effie Irene EWK

Duncombe

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF, WO. RNVR, Sub Lt. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF

4, 7

Chicksands. 7 Colombo 1943 - 1946. Signals Distribution Office. Six-month course at 7 SOAS. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS. JAFO. 2, 4, 9 Bletchley Park. Probably Block C, maintenance technician on Hollerith 7 machines. Gayhurst Manor, Adstock Manor and Stanmore 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park December 1943 - Autumn 1945. Block B. Naval Section, U-boat signals. Bletchley Park July 1940 - April 1944. Hut 3 1940, later Block D. Worked on documenting intelligence on Germany. 7 7, 11 2, 4, 7, 9, 12

Birtwell Jeffreys Jaffray Coles

WRNS WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS

Bletchley Park 1942 - 1943. Hollerith operator. Drayton Parslow 1943 - 7 1944. Telephonist. Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section. 3N, 11,

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Pain Paine Paine Painter PakenhamWalsh Palairet Palethorpe Palliser Mary Z

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Sgt. RN, Ldg Tel (SO) Army, Royal Signals.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 8. Bletchley Park from 1942. Block A, (room 103) Air Section, possibly translator. Alexandria, Aleppo, Naples and Malta January 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator against German and Italian naval targets. Arkley and Hanslope Park 1944 - 1946. Engineer, working alongside Alan Turing. Bletchley Park April 1944 - August 1945. Block F, Newmanry, Robinson operator; later Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese, plotted Japanese shipping.

Sources

7 3A 7 7 3N, 7, 11

David Ronald Sibley Arthur Robert Betty Higgins

WRNS

AMC Joyce Odile Clifford

Miller

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS RN

Bletchley Park. Hut 14. Broadway. 4 Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. 7 Alexandria and Colombo September 1944 - September 1945. Intercept 7 operator, later teaching Royal Indian Navy telegraphists to read Japanese Morse. Bletchley Park. Probably Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Checked and forwarded deciphered messages. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS. Secretary to L R Palmer. Bletchley Park. Block C. Possibly Hollerith maintenance technician. 7 7 4, 7 7

Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer

Cecily Elsie Ethel Eunice H Geoffrey Allan Gerald

Watts Burton

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

Bletchley Park January 1943 - September 1945. Hut 14. Maintenance 7, 14 of teleprinters and other telecommunications equipment. Bletchley Park. Hut 10. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(6). Scarborough June 1944 - April 1945. Intercept operator, including aboard HMS Faulkner. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1946. Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen. Typex operator. 7 7 7 7

Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer

Gillian Ida Helen Helen Jack Jean Joy W KM Leonard Robert Lucienne MK

Nicholson FO Civilian, Miss. RN Doubleday FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS

Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Probably Colossus operator. 7, 11 4, 7, 4, 7, 9, 12 7, 9, 4

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block E, Broadway. FO Civilian, TSAO, Dr. Bletchley Park. Hut 9A, Elmers School, Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS. Deputy Head of combined ISOS and ISK. Hill FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs Bletchley Park. Possibly Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Diplomatic Section, Near East.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmer Palmgren Panichelli Pannell Panton Papas Papworth Papworth Papworth Pares ML Margaret Gwenyth Patricia Peter C ("Pip") Phyllis Eileen Sheila Patricia Sybil Erica Sylvia Violet WE Robert Pamela Sheila SE DE Irene Betty Margaret Erin Jacqui Diana Davey Kent Stephen Kynaston

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 3N, 11, Bletchley Park July 1942 - October 1945. Hut 11 and Block F. Testery. 7 Tunny emulator operator. 7 7, 9 7 7

Melbourne. FRUMEL. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park c. 1942 - 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3), Army Adviser. Block F, Newmanry. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF, LACW. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps. RSS Civilian, Mr. QARNNS WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Mr. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF Air Ministry Civilian, TJAO(E), Miss. RAF FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Fg Off. FO Civilian, Miss. RSS Civilian, Dr. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1944. Possibly Typex or mod. Typex operator. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1944. Probably Hut 3 and Block D. Intelligence production.

Gayhurst Manor 1941 - 1943. Bombe operator. Colombo 1943 - 1945. 7 Decoder. Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Kitchen Cleaner. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor. Coventry. North Crawley 1942 - 1945. RN Sick Quarters. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1945. Block B, Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Possibly Air Section. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block E, Commcen. Typex operator. Also briefly secretary to Maj D K Shaw, Local Defence Officer. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1946. Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen. Typex operator and secretary to Mr A S White. Bletchley Park. Probably Air Section, Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 3, Block A and Block F(A), Air Section, German. Secretary of Bletchley Park Scottish Dancing Club. Eastcote early 1944 - 1945. Bombe maintenance. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 3, Air Intelligence Section. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor 1940 -1945. Belfast. 7 7 7, 9 7 7 7 3N, 11, 4 7, 9 7, 9 7, 9 7, 9 3A, 4, 7, 9, 12

Arnold

Nelson

Pacey Smith

Parfett Parish Parish Park Park Parke

Douglas GAS NM JEH Violet Joseph Beatty

7 4 11, 9 7, 9 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Parker A Joy Walmsley

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Air Ministry Civilian, C IV, Mrs.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park June 1941 - 1945. Mansion, Hut 10 and Block F. Air Section. Studied Luftwaffe night fighter activity. Member of Bletchley Park choir, later organist and choir-mistress.

Sources

4, 7, 9, 12

Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker

Alexander Augustine Audrey E BG Denise Honor Derek W Elsie May GP Greta Clark

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park August 1942 - late 1944. Block A, Naval Section, (NS II), Neutral traffic. FO Civilian, Miss. Air Ministry Civilian, Miss. WRNS GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps, Maj. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block A, Air Section. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Mansion (room 5), Hut 10 and Block A (room 123). Air Section. Eastcote 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 14. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block E, Commcen, Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Lecturer on Naval Section Japanese course. Bletchley Park January 1944 - June 1945. Probably Block D(6), mod. Typex operator decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Bletchley Park from 1940. Guardroom, Driver. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, German and Italian. CMY.

4, 11, 12, 3A 2, 3A, 9 7 14 7 12, 7, 10,

Brown

Casperson

Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker

HG JD JL Jean Joyce Clarice

Army, Driver. FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs.

2 4

Rogers

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section. SIXTA. 5, 7, 9 WAAF Y Service. Intercept operator collecting meteorological signals. 7 FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Broadway 1939 - 1940. Wavendon House 1940 - 1941. Bletchley Park 2, 4, 7 1941 - 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Typist, reports for onward transmission; teleprinter operator. FO Civilian, Mrs. Bletchley Park to November 1944. Secretary of Bletchley Park Women's Committee and Secretary and Treasurer of Bletchley Park Recreation Club. Drayton Parslow. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park June 1940 - 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Devised procedure to reveal repeat keys used by Enigma operators "Parkerismus". Bletchley Park early 1943 - November 1945. Block E, Commcen. Wireless mechanic, servicing equipment. 7, 9, 12

Parker

Kathleen Maude

Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker

Margaret Marie Mary Doreen Glover Pamela Margaret Oxley Brockbank Ray Reginald Henry

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals. WRNS GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Mr.

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

Parker

Ronald John

RAF, Cpl.

7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Parker Parkes Parkhouse Parkhouse Parkin Sheila John CG Denise G Audrey C

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS

Summary of Service
Gayhurst Manor 1942 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park May - August 1945, working on Japanese codes.

Sources

7, 11, 15 7 4 7 7, 9

Sheibenberger Marlow

FO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park. Probably Naval Section. FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Bletchley Park. FO Civilian, C II, Miss. Bletchley Park November 1943 - June 1945. Block A. Air Section. Messenger and clerical support. ATS, Int Corps. Harpenden, 1 SWG November 1940 - 1942. Beaumanor 1942 - May 1943. Bletchley Park May 1943 - May 1945. Probably SIXTA. Log reader.

Parkin Parkin Parkin Parkin Parkin Parkin Parkin Parkins Parkins Parkins Parkinson Parkinson Parkinson Parkinson Parkinson Parlett Parlow Parmee Parmée Parmester Parnell

Charles John William Don JM LV Len Mary Doreen Doris Vera GP JM Geoffrey IN Joan S Winifred Henrietta ("Parky") Harold

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from 1943. Block F and Hut 4. Military Wing, Japanese. 4, 7, 9, 12, Also Air Section. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Mr. Pashley Rogers Sgt. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, C V, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Junior Assistant, Sir Bletchley Park. Block F. Military Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Probably also Air Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 3. Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Worked on finding Fish key settings. Bletchley Park. Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block E, Cypher Office. Bletchley Park Block C Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park May 1943 - August 1945. Block F, Military Section, Japanese. Reviewed deciphered Japanese signals. Bletchley Park 1939. Japanese translator. 7 4, 7, 9 7, 9 7 7 10, 7 4 4 6, 15, 4 7 4 7, 9 1,

Austin

MG Douglas Michael EM

Cpl. 9, FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 18 and Block G. ISOS. Block A(N), Naval Section. 4 FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block F(A), Air Section. Detached to Cheadle. 7, 10 12, 4, 12

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Parr Parr Parratt Parratt E MB Helen Hilda Margaret

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

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park May 1943 - October 1945. Hut 8 and Block D. Messenger, recording and delivering signals.

Sources

Reynolds Page

2 11, 7, 14,

Bletchley Park February 1943 - 1945. Block A. Naval Section. 7, 11 Monitored neutral shipping in Atlantic, some of which was suspected of refuelling U-boats. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Eastcote. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen, Cypher Office and Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A(N). Naval Section. 4, 7 7 7, 9, 11, 7, 9 3N, 4, 11,

Parrett Parris Parry Parry Parry Parry Parry Parry Parry-Jones Parsons Parsons Parsons Parsons Parsons

Florrie L Anne Dora Freda May GA GEM Gwynneth Margaret Alma A Betty C C DM Doris EM

Benfield Pearson

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, Typist, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RN, Lt Cdr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Mrs.

Bletchley Park 1939 - 1940. Elmers School, Diplomatic Section, Typist. 1, 2 Bletchley Park. Probably Naval Section. Translated German naval signals. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS. Bletchley Park April 1942 - September 1945. Block A. Naval Section. Translated and indexed German signals. Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park 1939. Singapore late 1939 - October 1949, FECB. Bletchley Park October 1940 - 1945. Naval Section, Japanese. 7 4, 7 3N, 4, 7, 11, 4, 7, 11, 7, 11, 12

Bletchley Park. Hut 7 and Block C, Hollerith operator. 4 Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 7 Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Elmers School, Diplomatic Section; later in 2, 3N, 7, 11 Naval Section, Blocks A and B, Head of Japanese Naval Processing Party from 1943. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Drayton Parslow. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6. Bletchley Park October 1942 - September 1945. Probably Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen. Probably Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Typex operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 7 7 2 7 7 7, 9

Parsons Parsons Parsons Parsonson Partis Partridge

Elsie Joan PR Monica Marie Dorrie Ann E

Fife Coupland Evans

ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, C II, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Partridge Pascoe Pascoe Pascoe Paskins Pasmore Pass Passant Passmore Paterson Paterson Paterson Paterson Paterson Paterson Patey Joan T JG SM TE G Yvonne Mary Honor Matilda Ernest James SM Anne EA Elizabeth A Honor IB JI Sylvia Meriall Dods Morris Grimes

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

ATS, Int Corps. Junior Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Commander. GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. Sandridge from 1940. Bletchley Park. Block B, Naval Section. Northleach (St Albans), Broadway and Bletchley Park, Hut 14. Communications Supervisor. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Stanmore 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block D(6), mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Later in JAFO. Wavendon House from September 1939. Commercial Section, German merchant shipping codes.

5, 7, 9 2 3N, 11, 4, 12, 7 7 4, 7, 1, 2, 6, 9, 12,

WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr. Army, Royal Signals. WAAF WRNS Air Ministry Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Beaumanor. Intercept operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Wireless operator/Morse 7 slip reader or teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park from 1941. Hut 10, Block A and Block F, Air Section. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Possibly SIS Codes. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Elmers School and Hut 6. Berkeley Street. Bletchley Park early 1940 - mid 1943. Hut 3, Block D(6).Mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Brisbane. Central Bureau. Bletchley Park early 1944 - May 1945. Block H. Newmanry, Heath Robinson and Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. British Plot team, plotting positions of own naval forces. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park 1945 - 1946. Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park late 1943 - Summer 1945. Block D(6). Probably mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. 3N, 3A, 4, 7,9, 11, 7 7 4 4, 7

Moore

Patey Patience Paton Paton Paton Paton Paton

W Geoff Anne Loveday Catherine Margaret Macondald Constance ("Pat") Jane Ann Yorkston M Sheila

Langton

WRNS WRNS, L/Wren

7 7 7 7, 11 7 7 11, 7

Wells Stewart

WAAF, LACW WAAF, LACW. WRNS WRNS

Paton

Saxby-Soffe

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Paton Patrick Patrick Patterson Patterson Patterson Patterson William Faith Joan AG AR Doreen James

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

Summary of Service
Probably Radio Security Service, 1940 - 1945. Maintenance technician. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park from c. 1942. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen, Head of Auto Room. Commcen ARP officer in 1943 - 1944. Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor; later Hanslope Park, SCU 3.

Sources

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

Morrison

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Sqn Ldr. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. ATS RSS Civilian; later Army, Royal Signals, Signm. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Patterson Patterson Patterson Pattie Paul Paul Paul Paul Paul Paul Pavey Pawson Paxman Paxton Payne Payne Payne Payne

Janet Mary Joan I R Marjorie Arthur John B Cynthia Leon Phyllis Mary NM Pat MKJ Peter Eleanor Gwendoline

Eastcote 1944. Adstock Manor 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park, Berkeley Street and Aldford House 1944 - 1945. Hut 6 2, 4, 12 and Elmers School. Diplomatic Section. 7 6, 15, 4, 12, 4 7, 10, 9, 7 4 7 11, 15, 3N, 4, 7, 11 3A 5, 7 7 7

RAAF 1 WU. Intercept operator. FO Civilian, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 6, Machine Room; FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from March 1942. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Hut 4, WTC from c. February 1944. FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs. WAAF Parker WAAF, LACW. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF, ACW. WRNS Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. RAF, Sgt RAF, Flt Lt RAF, Cpl. WRNS Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Diplomatic Section, Near East. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park March 1943 - August 1945. Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Elmers School. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Portuguese. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park August 1941 - 1945. Hut 4, Block A. Naval Section, translation and indexing naval signals. Bletchley Park from 1942. Air Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Block F, Air Section. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park May - September 1942. Wavendon House September 1942 - April 1943. Stanmore April 1943 - November 1945. Bombe operator.

Hollington

AR Beryl Barbara Jean D

Green

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne Peace Peach Peach Peacock Peacock Peacock Peacock Peacock Peacock Peacock Peacock Peak Peak Peake Peake Peake DB Denis Derek FES Gwen Joan Victoria ("Juanita") Henderson Vera YM Alexis Peter Doreen Marian Alice Alan Turner CMML Doris EMM Lillian Irene Michael Stanley PJ Kathleen Evelyn RM Henry John Jacqueline RidleyThompson

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Miss. RNVR, Sub Lt. GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen. GPO Permanent Inspector at Bletchley Park, managed equipment servicing staff Bletchley Park. Probably Typex operator. Stanmore February 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator.

Sources

11, 7, 14 7, 11, 2, 9, 12 7 7

ATS, Royal Signals Forest Moor 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator. 7 Air Ministry Civilian, TA, Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 10, Block A (room 121), Block F(A). Air 3A, 4, 9 Miss. Section. Later JAFO and Latin Section. Dye Brown FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF RNVR WRNS ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF, Cpl. Army, SQMS. RAF Army, Sgt; later FO Civilian, C IV, Mr. WAAF 10, Bletchley Park May 1944 - September 1945. Block E, Communications 7, 9 Signals Office, clerk. Bletchley Park November 1943 - September 1945. Block E, Commcen. 7 Wireless operator/Morse slip reader. Cheadle. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Forest Moor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Hut 9, Billeting Office. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Probably Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 3. Chicksands January 1943 - January 1947. Intercept operator. Wavendon House. Bletchley Park Block D, Military Section and Block G, SIXTA. Bletchley Park January 1941 - August 1945. Probably Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator. 7 11, 7 4 7 9 7 4, 7, 9 7 4 3A 4, 7, 12, 7, 11

Cockram

Bell

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park WAAF, ACW. Bletchley Park 1942. Block A (room 107). Air Section. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park c. 1944 - November 1945. Block F. Newmanry and JAFO. WRNS Bletchley Park September 1942 - October 1945. Block A. Naval Section, In British Plot team maintaining plot of allied and enemy shipping. Bletchley Park. Forest Moor 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL.

Peake Peaker Pearce

Winifred Jean A

Diamond

FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals

7 7 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Pearce Pearce Pearce E EWJ Florence Kay

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service
Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park August 1943 - January 1944. Japanese decoding. Berkeley Street January 1944 - October 1945. Probably Japanese diplomatic decoding. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Block E, Cypher office. Beaumanor and Kedleston Hall 1941 - 1943. Telephone switchboard operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Scarborough from 1943. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block A(N), Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Air Section, Bletchley Park 1942. Elmers School, office keeper. Bletchley Park October 1942 - July 1945. Logged German and Italian naval operations, translated signals. Bletchley Park April - June 1944. Possibly Block D(8), identified possible cribs in enciphered signals.

Sources

Army. FO Civilian, Miss.

7 7, 9, 14 7

Pearce Pearce Pearce Pearce Pearce Pearl Pearman Pearman-Smith Pears Pearson Pearson Pearson Pearson

Gladys V Helen Letitia Mary Mary SM EM Ann Daphne D Diana Anne Patricia Audrey Lucy Beulah Joan

Diggins Jackson

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS. Royal Signals ATS. GPO Civilian, Mr. GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

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

Preuveneers Lewin

De Berker Kaufmann Williams

Bletchley Park November 1941 - August 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). 4, 7, Mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Y Service. Intercept operator. Beaumanor. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park Autumn 1943 - 1945. Probably Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park, Military Section, SIXTA. Italy and Palestine, Intercept operator. Bletchley Park, Hut 11b. WRNS Admin Office. Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Probably Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator. 11, 7 7 7 7, 11 7 7, 9 7 5, 3N, 7, 11 7

Pearson Pearson Pearson Pearson Pearson Pearson Pearson Pearson Pearson Pearson Peary

DS Donald Hazel Letitia Joan Joan KL Lionel I C RM Thomas McCallum WA KE Elsie

Deverill

RNVR, Mid. RN ATS, Royal Signals WAAF RN, PO. FO Civilian, Mr. ATS, Int Corps. Army, Royal Signals. WRNS, 2nd Officer. WRNS, PO Wren. WAAF

Jenner

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS, PO Wren.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park August 1941 - January 1942, June 1943 - February 1944. Wavendon House January 1942 - June 1943. Bombe operator, later technician.

Sources

Pease
Peasegood Peat Peat Pebody Peck Peck Peck Peck Peckett Peddar Peden Peden Peebles Peebles Peebles Peed Peel Peel Peel Peel Peers Peet Peet Peggy Pelan Pellow

Anne

ChetwyndStapylton Hewitt Abrahams Grant Hewitt

7, 14

Joyce Brenda Dorothy Margaret Nancy G NA Rosemary JM Jean Murley PB W Mary Jemima AM Jean Margaret SAM Gladys Alan Marie E Rosemary EM Bryant A James Turner Ruth Margaret Raymond Elizabeth

FO Civilian, C II, Miss. Bletchley Park May 1944 - November 1945. Block E, Commcen. Probably teleprinter operator. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Stanmore December 1942 - May 1944. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park from 1940. Cottage, probably Research Section; later Block D(8).

7 7 7 2, 4, 7 3N, 4, 11, 7 4 7 2 7, 11, 4, 7, 11, 7 4 7 14, 4, 7, 7 4, 11, 7, 9 11, 7 7 7 7

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A(N), Naval Section. FO Civilian, Mrs. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals Army, Pte. WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mr. ATS, Royal Signals, Cpl FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, FS Webb WRNS RN WRNS Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Eastcote May 1944 - July 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block F, Air Section, Japanese. Forest Moor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 5. Military Section. Bletchley Park December 1943 - March 1945. Probably Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Colombo 1945. Bletchley Park September 1943 - 1945. Block D(6). Filed and researched messages. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park January - July 1942. Hut 7. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section . Forest Moor 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator.

Benfield

Seabright Fairlie

Wood Ingram

Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Cypher Office. Bletchley Park. Hut 5 and Block A(N), Naval Section. Block F(A), Air Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Chicksands December 1940 - May 1946. Compilation, Records and Reports (CRR), i.e. traffic analysis. Bletchley Park and Gayhurst Manor. Probably bombe operator. Scarborough. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Pellow Pemberton Pemberton Pemberton Pemberton Pemberton Pembroke Margaret Alan P G Dorothy Mabel FS John May Olivia Edith Violet

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WAAF, Assistant Section Officer.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block A (room 144) and Block F. Air Section, including Japanese.

Sources

3A, 7, 9, 10, 7, 12 7 5, 10, 7 4, 12, 3N, 4, 9, 11, 12, 4, 7, 4, 7,

Roscow

Army, Int Corps, Maj. Bletchley Park c. 1944 - 1945. Block D(3). Senior Military Adviser. WAAF Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Army, Capt. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 FO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 6 and Block D(6). FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 8 and Block D(8). Block F, Air Section. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Berkeley Street. Bletchley Park. Block B and Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Deputy Head of Naval Section Signals Office (NS IX) in March 1944.

Pendered Pendered Pendered

Anne Lavender Gilliver Mary ("Gill") Richard Geoffrey

Newman MacCorkindale

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

Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block D(8). Admin support. Bletchley Park early 1943 - May 1945. Hut 8 and Block D(8). Clerical support, distributing incoming signals.

Bletchley Park June 1940 - 1945. Hut 6 June 1940 - August 1942. Hut 2, 3N, 7, 9, 11, 8 and Block D(6) August 1942 - 1945. Naval Section, August 1945. 12, 15 Cryptanalyst. Involved in testing of prototype bombe while in Hut 6, and in breaking the additionally encrypted "Offizier" Enigma signals. Bletchley Park 1945. Naval Section. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Beaumanor October 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator against SS in Budapest. Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park from 1942. Sick bay. Bletchley Park. Naval Section, clerical records. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Elmers School 1942. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park September 1941 - 1945. Hut 8, Block D(8). Clerical support. 11, 12, 7 7 9 7 7, 11 7 7, 9 9 11, 7, 11, 7 7 9 4, 7, 11, 9,

Pendergrass Pendlebury Penfold Penfold Pengelly Penhorwood Penman Penn Penn Pennance Pennells Penney Penney Penney Penny Penny

J Dorothy Hilda May WJ Phylis ("Penny") Jean Mary Barbara Alec H TF Peggy Frances Mary May Olivia Agnes June Geoffrey

English

USNR, Lt. WRNS ATS, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Sgt.

Hughes

Holmes

Gleadowe

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Penny Penny Penny Pennycook June Mary Wilhelmina William Mary JR Joyce Beatrice June M Louise Nora Harry Lorna M Gertrude S Les Louisa Betty Nicholas Anthony S Hilda L Elizabeth Joyce Lila Mary ("Micky") Mary Christine Reg C D Elizabeth Kenneth L K KD Margaret C Thomas Roy Mary Charles Sydney

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Fg Off. WAAF WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. RN WAAF FO Civilian, TA, Mrs.

Bletchley Park. Hut 6 and Block D(6).

14, 4, 7

Pepper
Perceval Percival Percival Percival Percy Perfett Perkin Perkins Perkins Perkins Perkins Perkins Perkins Perks Perks Perks Perman Perrin Perrin Perry Perry Perry Perry Perry Peskett Petch

Blackmore

14, Italy. 5 SI Coy. 7 Bletchley Park June 1943 - February 1946. Block E, Commcen. Typex 7 operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 3, Air Intelligence Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Teleprinter operator. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park Flowerdown. Intercept and DF operator. Cheadle 1941 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park February 1942 - April 1943. Mansion, room 51 and Hut 9. Central Administration Office. Brisbane. Central Bureau. Bletchley Park Spring 1942 to Summer 1944. Hut 7 and Block C, Hollerith operator. 9 7 7 11, 7 7 7 4, 7, 9 7 7 7, 12 7 4, 9 7 7 7 3A, 5, 6, 7, 9 2, 7 2, 7, 9, 12 7 4 7 7 7 9 7

Newbury

Walker

Carter FO Civilian. Mr. Sjostrom Ashcroft Alcock Probert FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS WAAF, LACW. WRNS RAF, Flt Lt FO Civilian, Miss.

Bletchley Park December 1941 - March 1945. Hut 8 and ISK. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Block D, Intelligence Exchange. Gayhurst Manor 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator Cheadle and Chicksands. 1944-1946. Intercept operator. Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park c 1942 - 1945. Blocks A and F, Air Section, including Japanese. Cryptanalyst. Bletchley Park from 1940. Elmers School. Probably Diplomatic Section.

Knox

McFarland Monk

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 8. ISOS. Melbourne. FRUMEL. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block E. Berkeley Street. WRNS Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. RAAF 4 WU. Intercept operator. WRNS Eastcote. Bombe operator. RAF, Flt Lt Bletchley Park. Hut 3, Air Section. Army. Hanslope Park. SCU 1.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Peter Peters Peters Petersen Petersen Peterson Petherbridge Petheridge Peto Petree Petrides Petrie Pettigrew Pettigrew Pettigrew Pettigrew RSV George Alfred Melodie Brook ("Toby") Reid CPS Marie Lucy Agnes Nancy Alwyn Ernest Len JM N Elizabeth Anne Lois DC DN Joy Daphne Kathleen St Leger Margaret S

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

RNVR, Sub Lt. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park to November 1945. Block A and Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Bletchley Park June 1940 - May 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6).

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

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block F. Testery and Newmanry. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park c 1941 - 1945. Possibly translator. Melbourne. FRUMEL. RAAF 1 WU and 6 WU. Intercept operator. Army, Royal Signals Intercept operator. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Naval Section, later Security of Allied Cyphers. Yannoulis ATS, Int Corps. WRNS Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park June 1944 - August 1945. Block A(N). Naval Section. Indexed movements of Japanese merchant shipping.

RNVR, Sub Lt. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. ATS, Int Corps, Junior Bletchley Park. JAFO. Commander. WRNS Gillioz-Pettigrew WRNS Pringle FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS GPO Civilian, Mr. Grant Luke Askey FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park Spring 1944 - May 1945. Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park Summer 1943 - Summer 1945. Block D(6). In the "Watch", where cribs were identified and bombe menus produced. Bletchley Park August 1942 - 193. Hut 11. Gayhurst Manor 1943 August 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park September 1941 - 1944. GPO engineer maintaining telephones and teleprinters.

Petty Petty Peverall Peyton-Jones Phebe Phelps

Jean Catherine Philip L Joan Carola Margaret Anthony John

Butcher

7 7

Bletchley Park 1941 - 1943. Hut 14, Block F. Messenger and general 7 admin support.

Bletchley Park c. 1941 - 1942. 7 Bletchley Park 7 FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park December 1942 - May 1944. Block B(N). Naval Section. 3N, 4, 7, 11, 12 Cryptanalyst on Italian naval codes; later on Japanese naval codes, including JN 11 and JN 25. Colombo August 1944 - October 1945. WRNS Abbot's Cliff and Flowerdown 1943 - 1945. Probably intercept operator. 7

Phelps

Christine Audrey

Sands

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WAAF, Flight Officer. FO Civilian, Mrs. RAF

Summary of Service

Sources

Ambrose Alexis

Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Head of Watch. 7 Bletchley Park 1943. Hut 18, ISOS. 9 Bletchley Park April 1942 - August 1943. Eastcote August 1943 7 November 1944. Bombe maintenance. Bletchley Park November 1944 - May 1945. Colossus installation. Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Newmanry, Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section. 10, 7 4, 11, 11, 5, 7, 10

Philips Philips Philip-Smith Phillips

AF Marigold Diana Sneyd RA AEH Alan Norman Charles R D Daisy Daphne Dennis Stanley Doris May Glenys Margaret IM Joan LA Marigold Naomi J Olive Ruby P Paul Rosemary HD Helen Dorothy

FreemanAttwood

WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss.

Phillips
Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Philps Phippen

RNVR, Sub Lt. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park August 1942 - August 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3), translated deciphered German signals. Block F, Military Section. RAF Army, Pte. WRNS WRNS Marshall FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals Newton WAAF WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Bailey

Heliopolis 1942 - 1944. Coding and ciphering. 7 Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 5, MT driver. 2 Eastcote and Stanmore 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 7 1945. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 7. Probably Naval Section, Japanese. Hanslope Park. SCU 3, Clerk in Engineering Section. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith machine operator. Late 1944, 3 months in Hut 4. Y Service. Special Wireless Operator. Bletchley Park late 1944 - February 1946. Block E, Commcen. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1943. Hut 8, Hut 3, Hut 6, Block D(3). Typist. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Deployed to Normandy for D-Day. Bletchley Park. Probably messenger. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park. Block F, Testery. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3), Air Index. 7, 11 7 7 7 10 7 11, 7 4, 7, 9 10 7 7 7 9 7, 9 4, 10, 12,

Holme Young

FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Sgt. Army, S/Sgt. FO Civilian, TSAO, Miss.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Phippen Phipps Phipps Phipps Pickard Pickard Pickard Pickard Pickbourne Picken Picken Pickering Pickering Pickering Pickering LA D GH Molly L Daphne H Dorothy Joan Norman Irene Lilian Margaret Thomson Doreen Margaret DI Enid Hilary Frances Ellen Frederick P Maddock

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS; later FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. WRNS, PO Wren. ATS, Int Corps. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. RSS Civilian, Mr. WAAF WRNS ATS, Royal Signals WRNS WRNS

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section. Chesterfield Street. Probably bombe operator. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Japanese. Eastcote. Probably i/c bombe operator team. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Chicksands. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park December 1941 - January 1945. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith operator and supervisor. Gilnahirk. Intercept operator. Chicksands. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park December 1943 - Autumn 1945. Hut 7. deciphered Japanese diplomatic signals between Berlin and Tokyo. Forest Moor, Kedleston Hall and Beaumanor 1943 - 1946. Intercept operator.

Sources

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

Allen

Morton

Morton

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, Stanmore and Eastcote 1943 - 1944. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 7 1944 - 1945. Possibly Hut 7, Japanese naval codes. 7 4, 7, 9, 12

WRNS Possibly Bletchley Park. Mess steward. FO Civilian, TSAO, Dr. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3), including No 1 of Watch and analysis of German signals intelligence organisation. Member of Bletchley Park Drama Group. Gibson WRNS, PO Wren. WRNS RNVR, Sub Lt. WAAF WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. Rowing Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block F. Newmanry. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park May 1944 - September 1945. Block E, Commcen. Typex operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Linguist, formerly a consul.

Pickering Pickersgill Pickett Pickford Pickford Pickles Picknett Pickup Pickup Picot Pidgeon

Lorma May EP LE Betty Betty Dora Leonard Joan Isobel Jack Marjorie Beryl M Edith A

Pilkington

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

WRNS Bletchley Park BTM Civilian, Mr; later Bletchley Park. Probably Naval Section. Hollerith machine specialist. RN, Lt. Colombo 1944. WAAF Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Block E, Commcen. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader.

FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block D, Military Section. Block G, SIXTA. Red Cross Nurse, Mrs. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Sick Bay.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Pidgeon Pidgeon Pierce Pierpoint Pierrepoint Pierson Pigg Piggott Pigott Pike Pilcher Pilgrim Pilkington Pilkinton Pilley Pilling Pinches Pineger Pinhey Pink Pinkerton Pinks Pinn Pinnegar Pinner Pinsent Pinto-Alves Geoffrey HEC Mary L Shirley G S MH MT Barbara Joyce Isabel Theodora Margaret Jean Joan Mary E C A ("Pilk") Alan Charles A Thade Vernon Herbert Marjorie Olive Louisa Alice PW Betty J John L V Currie Armstrong Mansfield

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Mr; later Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Mr; later Army, Royal Signals.

Summary of Service
Whaddon Hall mid 1942 - June 1945 SCU 1, as both civilian and soldier. Delhi from 1945. Engineer. Whaddon Hall July 1940 - December 1945. In charge of MI6 wireless stores, providing equipment for agents. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park. Block A. Naval Section. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 5 and Block G, Military Section, Italian. Block G, ISOS. Education Officer. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen. Forest Moor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Eastcote from c. January 1943. Bombe operator. Later to Colombo. Bletchley Park. Block B and Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese, Worked on JN 25 code. Bletchley Park from 1942. Block B, Air Section. Little Horwood 1943 - 1944, SCU 7. Whaddon Hall 1944 - 1946, SCU 1. Wireless operator.

Sources

7 7 7, 9 7 3N, 4, 11, 2, 5, 9 7, 9, 11 7 7 7 7 4, 7, 6, 11 3A, 7 7

France

ATS, S/Sgt. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. ATS, Junior Commander. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals WAAF. ACW. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Fg Off. Army, Royal Signals. RAF, Sqn Ldr.

Brealey

Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3), Air Intelligence Section, including 7, 9 Air Adviser. 11, 12, 7 7 11, 4, 9 7 7 4, 11, 7 7 7 6, 9

Goodger Stratton

FO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park from July 1944. WAAF Chicksands August 1944 - August 1947. Intercept operator. ATS, Senior Subaltern. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 6 and Block D(6). Mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RSS Civilian, Mr. RN, Sub Lt. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS RN WRNS WAAF, Section Officer Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 14, Traffic Office and Signals Office. Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor, Portstewart. Colombo HMS Anderson Bletchley Park. Hut 4. Wavendon House, Berkeley Street and Aldford House. Commercial Section. Bletchley Park. Probably bombe operator. HMS Jervis, Alexandria and Malta. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Possibly Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Latin and French Sections.

John Mary J

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Piper Piper Piper Piper Pirie Pirie Pirie Pitchforth Pitman Pitt Pittaway Pittendrigh Pittendrigh Betty Eunice Lewis John Norman Isobel Jean M PE Margaret Sheilah Maureen Marjorie Joan W M Erica Hilary Nora Egerton Knight

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS WRNS RAF, Cpl. RAF, Sgt. FO Civilian, C V, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS WAAF WRNS WRNS

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 11, bombe operator. Eastcote 1944. Bombe operator. Cheadle May 1943 - May 1945. Delhi May 1945 - 1947. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block C, Hollerith maintenance technician. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Hut 14, Central Signals Registry. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Probably Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese, traffic analysis. Scarborough September 1943 - May 1945. Flowerdown May 1945 January 1946. Intercept operator. December 1942 - April 1940. Block E, Commcen. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader.

Sources

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

Booth

Lucas Davis

StangerLeathes

Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 11, bombe operator. 7 Stanmore early 1943. Bletchley Park Summer 1943 - Summer 1944. 7 Hut 11. Eastcote Summer 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. Helped strip bombes after VE Day. Colombo 1945. North Africa, Folkestone and Chicksands 1941 - 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 6 and Block D. Hut 4, WTC. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Stanmore 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park, Wavendon House, Stanmore and Eastcote May 1942 November 1945. Bombe operator and instructor. Japanese section, Bletchley Park July 1944 - July 1945. Block D(6). Reception and sorting of signals. Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. 14, 7 4 4 7, 9 7, 9 4 7, 11 4 5, 7 7, 11

Pitt-Snelling Pitty Pix Plackett Plank Plant Plant Plant Platt Platt Player

Richard Jack W V Coty Eric W MA Margaret Mary Avril F Lindsey Betty Kathleen

RAF, Cpl. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Int Corps. Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Army, Int Corps, Capt. WRNS, PO Wren.

Blank

Fishwick Davies

Pleace Pledger

Betty E L EA

James

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

4, 7, 9

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Plested Ploughman Plowden Plowman Pluckrose Pluckrose Plumb Plumb Eileen HH Rosemary Jean Iris Margaret JF GW John Harold ("Jack") Johnson

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RAF, Fg Off. FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Hut 8, decoder. Bletchley Park. Italian linguist. Shenley 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block E, Commcen. Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 7 and Block C. Probably Hollerith operator.

Sources

7 7 4 7 7 2, 4,

Hawker Murphy

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

RM, Marine. Bletchley Park 1939. Office Keeper. 1, FO Civilian, TSAO, Dr. Bletchley Park December 1940 - 1945. Block B, Naval Section. Head 3N, 4, 7, 9, 11, of German, Italian and, later, Japanese crypto-intelligence. Later Head 12 of Japanese naval traffic analysis sub-section. Naval Section Intelligence Staff Officer from May 1945. Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Mr. ATS, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS RN Army, Lancs Fusiliers Army, Int Corps. WRNS WRNS Army, Int Corps, Maj. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Foster Currie ATS, Int Corps. ATS FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. Burma. 23 W/T Section West African Signals Special Wireless Coy. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen, Morse Room Supervisor. Beaumanor. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Block A(N), Naval Section, captured documents. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Block D(6). HMS Pursuer August 1943 - 1945. HD/DF and intercept operator, convoys, D-Day and Far East. Bletchley Park. Commcen. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Eastcote and Stanmore March 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Beaumanor and Bletchley Park. 7 7, 9 7 4, 7, 11 7, 9 7

Plume Plummer Plumpton Plumptre Plumptre Plumridge Pocock Pocock Podmore Pole-Carew Politzer Pollard Pollard Pollard Pollard

Leslie George JF Pamela Elizabeth M Judith P Jack Michael Harold Robert PG Mary GFF RJC Beryl CE Daphne I Frances Helen James Mervyn George Vi

Fischer

Desoutter

7 7, 9 7 11, 6, 7, 9, Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion (room 39). Support Section. 2, 7, Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion, General Support Section. Hut 14, 2, 4, 7, Signals Office and Central Signals Registry. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park Spring 1942 - October 1945. Block F. Testery, Tunny emulator operator. Bletchley Park from July 1943. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Devised "Jimmy Sheets", for rapid recovery of daily keys. Bletchley Park. Possibly Block D, SIXTA. 7, 9 7 3N, 7M, 12 7

Pollard
Pollard Pollard

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Pollitt Pollock-Smith Pond Pond Ponsonby Ponting Ponting Poole Poole Poole Janet Mary Brough Marjorie HM Lillian Joan Elizabeth Fred W Lavender Susan Mary AM Ann Eleanor Helen

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, TSAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RN, Sub Lt. ATS, Royal Signals WRNS RNVR, Lt. WRNS WRNS, PO Wren. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block B(N), Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Hut 10, SIS Codes. Instructor in Bletchley Park Fencing Group. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Beaumanor October 1943 - September 1945. Teleprinter operator.

Sources

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

Vowler Clay

Bletchley Park April - October 1942. Hut 11. Bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Block B, Naval Section, Japanese on JN 11 and JN 25 3N, 5, 7, 11, codes. Eastcote and Bletchley Park. Probably bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Naval Section, Secretariat. 3N, 11, Eastcote October 1943 - 1944. Bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park September 1943 - June 1945. Block D(6). Probably 4, 7 mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Probably Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park Telegraphist. Bletchley Park 1942 - March 1944. Probably Block C. Hollerith operator. 7 7 7 7 3N, 4, 7, 9 7 9 2, 4, 7, 9, 12,

Hardy Wheeler Dean

Poole Poole Poole Poole Poore Pope Pope Pope

Joanne Lelia Olive Frances Olive May M E Duncan Ann B Catherine Wallace

Alexander Taylor Green

WRNS WRANS FO Civilian, Miss.

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bedford July 1943. ISSIS, Japanese Course. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Later in Colombo. ATS, Royal Signals Garats Hay. Intercept operator. FO Civilian, C III, Miss. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. FO Civilian, TSAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS ATS, Int Corps. RAF WRNS ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 8. Research Section. Hut 9A, Elmers School, Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS. Deputy Head of ISOS in 1942. Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Eastcote. Probably bombe maintenance. Eastcote and Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Forest Moor October 1943 - probably 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park April 1944 - April 1946. Block E, Commcen. Signals Office, sorting incoming signals for distribution.

Pope Pope Pope Pope Pope Porch Porley Porter

J JM June E T Margaret E William Doreen Marjorie Agnes M

Lilley

9 11, 11, 14, 7, 9 7 7 7 7, 9

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Porter Porter Porter Porter Porter Porter Porter PorterHargreaves Poston Pott Pott Pottage Potter Potter Potter Potter Potter Potter Cecil R Dorothy Margaret Howard Joyce Joyce Mary Roy William Harold Meg Doreen Florence Barbara Richard Holiday Betty Alice Shirley JA Lena Margaret Blanche Pamela Irene Robert James Aked Gibbs Pickles Belsey Lloyd-Lewis Cox

Service, Rank or Grade, Title US Army, Tech Sgt. WAAF, LACW. US Army ATS FO Civilian, Miss. RAF FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO(E), Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Air Ministry Civilian, TJAO(E), Mr. Army, S/Sgt. Army, Capt. WAAF FO Civilian, Deputy Communications Supervisor, Mr. FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. ATS, L/Cpl

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park from 1944. Military Section, SIXTA. Possibly also worked with US equipment in Testery or Newmanry.

Sources

6, 7, 9

Bletchley Park June 1944 - January 1946. Morse slip reader. Block E, 7 Commcen. Bletchley Park. Possibly Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Knockholt. Probably Eastcote and Stanmore. Bombe maintenance. Bletchley Park from September 1942. Elmers School, Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS. Japanese Section. Bletchley Park. Possibly Admin Section. Member of Bletchley Park Women's Committee. Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park May 1944 - May 1945. Colossus operator. Bletchley Park September 1944 - June 1945. Block F or H. Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Block F, Air Section. Bletchley Park. Possibly Block C, Hollerith operator. Flowerdown and Scarborough from mid 1942. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Clerk. Bletchley Park from November 1939. Hut 3. Elmers School, ISOS. Berkeley Street and Aldford House, Commercial Section, German. Transferred from GCCS in October 1943. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section. Chicksands February 1943 - July 1946. Teleprinter operator. Sandridge from 1940. Bletchley Park, Hut 14, Cypher Office. Northleach and Broadway. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park September 1944 - June 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Transcribing Fish messages. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A, Naval Section. Also ISK. Whaddon Hall to August 1945. Cook. 7 7 7 7 4, 7, 12 7, 12 4, 11, 7 14 7 7 4 7 7 7 2, 4, 9, 12

Tolfree Scott

Potts Potts Poulter Poultney

Ken H Vera Laurence Henry M

Morgan

9 5, 7 7 2, 4, 12

Pouncey Pounds Poupard Pouton

Philip M R Cora Elizabeth WP Frances Row

Jarman

4, 7, 12 7 4, 11, 7

Middleton

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Powell Powell Powell Powell Powell Powell Powell Powell Powell Powell Powell Powis Pratley Pratley Pratt Pratt Pratt Pratt Pratt Pratt Pratt Pravis Preen Prengel Prentice Prentis Prentki Audrey BK D EK Idris Irene Marie JC Leonard Charles Lewis Franklin Patricia Mary RJ CM Dorothy Iris Ellen I DC DM H John Jean Winifred Lee PH Pamela Molly Joyce FV Alex T MMR Beatrice Mary EM Humphries

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WAAF WAAF, ACW Air Ministry Civilian, Miss.

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Wireless operator/Morse 7 slip reader. Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen. Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion (room 1). Air Section. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 7. Probably Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. ISOS. Bletchley Park August 1943 - December 1944. Probably Air Section. 2 2, 9 2 7 7 7, 9 7 12, 6, 7 7 11, 7 4 11, 4, 7 10, 12 7 10, 9 4, 7 7 7 7, 9, 12 4, 7, 9 7 4

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr. Clayton-Pearson WAAF, FS

Barrett Green

Army, Int Corps. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Army, Royal Signals. Probably Whaddon Hall, Radio Security Service. US Army Bletchley Park from late 1943. WRNS Bletchley Park and Stanmore from 1944. Bombe operator. WAAF Chicksands, Intercept operator. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. WRNS Scarborough 1944 - 1945. Teleprinter operator. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Berkeley Street and Aldford House. Diplomatic Section and Research Section. WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Bletchley Park to September 1944. Military Section. Chicksands Summer 1943 - Autumn 1945. Teleprinter operator, checking and despatching reports to Bletchley Park Bletchley Park. Hut 3, Air Intelligence Section, secretary. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block D(6). Mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Cheadle. Bletchley Park from August 1943. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Hut 7 and Block C, probably Hollerith operator. Scarborough 1943 - 1944. Colombo 1944 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(3).

Wilkinson

Army, Capt. WAAF

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS RAF US Army. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Prentki Prescott Prescott Prescott Pressley Preston Preston Preston Prestwich Edwina John William Sumner Muriel H Gordon Bamford Hilda WH John O Dando Humphreys

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Army ATS, Int Corps. Mr Army, Int Corps, Capt. WRNS

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. WEC Delhi 1944 - 1945. Japanese codes. Stanmore 1943 - 1944. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Teleprinter operator.

Sources

Barr

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

FO Civilian, TJSO, Mr. Bletchley Park June 1944 - August 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Research into applying Colossus to deciphering, WRNS, L/Wren Army, Int Corps. Army. Bletchley Park, Eastcote and Colombo August 1942 - August 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park early 1942 - November 1944. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Duty officer - releasing intelligence signals to Commands. From November 1943 to Pentagon, USA. Bletchley Park. Military Section. Cheadle, Wick, Tean and West Runton. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park late 1943 - May 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Eastcote July 1944 - June 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park March 1941 - August 1945. Elmers School March June 1941. Probably Diplomatic Section. Hut 8 June 1941 - February 1943. Block D(8) February 1943 - August 1945. Clerical support. Eastcote November 1943 - June 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park Summer 1942 - Summer 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Blisting - compiling lists of messages used in composing bombe menus, later shift leader.

Prettejohn Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price

Richard Ernest Cecil Edward Ceris Hood Cynthia Joan Eilyn FN IM JF Lucy E A

Emerson Poole

West

Army, Int Corps, Sgt. RAF FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS ATS, Int Corps. Capt WRNS, L/Wren ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

7, 9 7 4, 7 7 7, 9 10, 7, 11 7, 9 4, 7

Price Price

Margaret Mona Margaret

Birch Yule

WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS

7 4, 7

Price Price Prichard Priddle Priddy Pridmore Priest

Pamela B Thomas Roland Ivan RC Florence Helen George Gordon Barwell

Miller Pert

Eastcote 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 6, encoder. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section, Eastern European. WRANS Melbourne. FRUMEL. WRNS Stanmore. Bombe operator. RN Alexandria. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from November 1941. Naval Section.

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

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Priestley Priestley Priestley Priestly Primett Primrose Prince Prince Prince Prince Prince Prince Pring Pring Pringle Prins Prior Prior DE Katherine Louise MA Harry J Kenneth Thomas Catherine Wingate Constance E Frank Templeton HM Jean Daphne May PE ALG MNG IE Cornelius Arnold L AJ Frederick Seaton Barton Snow Osman

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RN, Sub Lt. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Mrs. Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Int Corps. Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(6) and Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith operations supervisor. Bletchley Park. Block D(3).

Sources

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

Bletchley Park May 1943 - 1944. Block H, Newmanry. Heath Robinson 7 and Colossus operator. Colombo Bletchley Park. Probably Block A, Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section and JAFO. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Chicksands 1943 - 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 9, Admin Section. Hut 3. Block A(N), Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 8 and Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Hut 8 and Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park 1940 - March 1943. Hut 10 and Block A, Air Section. One of the three originators of BMP reports on Luftwaffe air defence activity. Middle East from March 1943, returned to Bletchley Park, Air Section, date unknown. 7 5, 7, 12 11, 7 4, 11, 4 4 7, 9 7, 9 4 2, 3A, 5, 7, 9, 12,

Francis

Prior Prior Prior Pritchard Pritchard Pritchard

Mabel O Robert C Lilian Faith Loveday Diana J LJ Richard P

Hook

WAAF FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs.

Bletchley Park August 1944 - July 1945. Probably Block E, Commcen. 7 Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park from December 1941. Hut 3, Block D(3). 7, 10 4, 7, 9 4, 7 7 1, 2, 7, 9, 12, 14 7

Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Melbourne. FRUMEL. FO Civilian; later Army, Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Detached to French Army GQG early RA, Lt Col 1940. Head of Military Section, German Police from mid 1940. OC all Army personnel at Bletchley Park from March 1942. Smith FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Block E, Commcen. Cypher clerk.

Probert

Mary Sybil

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Procter Procter Proctor Propper Prosser Proudfoot Proudman Provis Provis Prowse Pryce Pryce Pryce-Jones Pryde Pryor Puddephatt Pugh-Davies Pugsley Pullen Pullen Pullin Pullinger Purcell Purser Purvey Joan Evelyn Jessie Louise JE Charles JF C McA Pamela Anne Joyce Marion Pamela Dawn FN Lucy Alan Joyce M Bob Jennie Ellen CF Charles Doreen Marjorie Olive Joyce D R Sylvia Audrey Jean Kennedy Thornton

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt WRNS WRNS WRNS WRNS Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps, Capt. ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt. Army. WRNS ATS, Royal Signals WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park February 1940 - August 1945. Hut 6 and Block (D6). Clerical work Bletchley Park February 1940 - August 1945. Hut 6 and Block (D6). "Netz" room, initial work on breaking Enigma ciphers. Bletchley Park. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Block F, JAFO. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block E, Cypher Office. Block F, JAFO. Bletchley Park. Block F, Air Section. Block G. Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Stanmore March 1943 - March 1944, bombe operator. Bletchley Park April 1944, Hollerith training. Then to Colombo. Stanmore March 1943 - March 1944, bombe operator. Bletchley Park April 1944, Hollerith training. Colombo.

Sources

2, 7, 9 2, 4, 7, 4 7, 9 4 5, 7, 9 7 7

Cawl

Hunt McRoberts

Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Blisting - compiling lists of messages used 7 in composing bombe menus. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 8 and Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park November 1942 - November 1945. Hut 15, Blocks D and G. SIXTA, log reader. Bletchley Park. Probably Air Section, Bletchley Park May 1943 - August 1945. Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 10, probably Air Section. Bletchley Park August 1942 - September 1945. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith maintenance engineer. Stanmore and Wavendon House 1942 - 1944. Bombe operator. Colombo 1944 - 1945. Shenley, Kedleston Hall and Forest Moor, July 1942 - July 1945. Special wireless operator. Bletchley Park. Probably bomb operator. Bletchley Park. Mansion, Hut 5 and Hut 12. Wavendon and Berkeley Street, probably Commercial Section. 1 WU and 6 WU. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park late 1943 - Autumn 1945. Block A. Naval Section. Shorthand typist. Bletchley Park October 1943 - August 1945. Block E, Commcen, Typex operator. 2, 5, 7, 9 7 7, 9, 12, 15 7, 9 7 7 5, 7, 10, 7 7 7 4, 5, 7 3N, 7, 10, 11 7

Scrivener

Squire Peskett

RAAF WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, Miss.

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RAF, Flt Lt.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park, Cheadle, HMS Ashanti, HMS London, Newbold Revel and West Kingsdown 1940 - 1945. Air Section at Bletchley Park and Cheadle, Air Section liaison officer with convoy PQ 17, instructor at Newbold Revel, Y Service at West Kingsdown. Bletchley Park. Hut 14. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader.

Sources

Purvis

John Allan ("Jack")

2, 7

Putley Putnam Putt Puttock Puttyfoot Pyemont Pyke Pyle Pyle Pymont Pyne Pyrah Quarrington Quick Quigley Quilley Quincey Quinn Quinn Quinton

NN Peggy Louisa S Gorley Gladys A Peggy Elaine Margaret W Ernest Douglas John Arthur P Dora Kathleen GEM Joan IM ORG Eileen Mabel K JS P Robert Michael

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Mrs. RNVR, Lt. WAAF Bilbow

4 7

Bletchley Park September 1941 - 1945. Block B, Naval Section, Italian 3N, 7, 10, 11, and Japanese. 12 7 7 7 4, 7, 11, 6, 7 4, 12 7 7 11, 7 7 11, 7 4, 7, 11 7 7 7

Bilbow Crawford

Bletchley Park. Block D(3), teleprinter operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Kalinga. Intercept operator. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section. Australian Army Brisbane. Central Bureau. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Block C, Hollerith Section. Melbourne. FRUMEL. WRNS, L/Wren Eastcote November 1943 - June 1944. Bombe operator. Colombo June 1944 - November 1945. Japanese codebreaking,. WRNS WAAF WAAF, Cpl. WRNS WAAF FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator.

Lever Piper Langshaw Palmer Sperling

Bletchley Park 1945 - early 1946. Typist, English and Japanese. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Army, Int Corps, S/Sgt. Bedford October 1943 - April 1944. deciphering course. Bletchley Park April 1944 - September 1945. Block F. Military Section, Japanese decoding.

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