Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Saban Sadgrove Sadler Sadler Sage Sainsbury

Sainsbury Aline DH V Reginald Henry Keith Norman Cecil

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Sgt. WAAF, ACW. Army, Cpl. FO Civilian, Mr.

Summary of Service
Stanmore June 1943 - June 1945. Bombe operator. Wavendon House from 1940. Probably Commercial Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen. Hanslope Park. SCU 3 and SCU 4. Bletchley Park. Possibly Military Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park 1940 - mid 1943. Mansion. Research Section. Aldford House from mid 1943. Head of Diplomatic and Commercial Research Section.

Sources

7, 10 2 9 2 7 7 7, 12

Sainton Sait Saker Salaman Salau Sale Sales Sales Salisbury Salmon Salmon Salmond Salsberg Salt Salter Salter Salter Salter Salter

AP Linda May Joyce Edith J Jack M Kenneth Frank EC George Kathleen J Jack Doreen C B Edgar Jean Audrey Eric Ethel Mary EM KM

Fowler

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A(N), Naval Section. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park February 1944 - 1946. Block E, Commcen. Probably Cypher Office. ATS, Royal Signals ATS, Volunteer. Army, Royal Berks Regt. GPO Civilian, Mr. RN WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS, Chief Officer. US Army. WAAF WRNS RAF WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Beaumanor 1941 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 5. Military Section. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park late 1940 - January 1941. Member of Bletchley Park guard platoon. Sandridge from 1940. Alexandria. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Possibly bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Block F(A), Air Section. Block G, Military Section, German Police.

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

Bates

Scott

Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. 14 Bletchley Park late 1945 - early 1946. OC WRNS in HMS Pembroke V. 9, 12 Bletchley Park. SIXTA. Probably Y Service. Bletchley Park, Wavendon House, Gayhurst Manor, Eastcote March 1942 - February 1945. Bombe operator, later i/c ops. Possibly Eastcote. Bombe technician. Scarborough. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block A and F(A), Air Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 18 and Block G. ISOS. 6, 12, 14 7 7 7 7 3A, 4, 4

Heath Lawrie

Evans

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Air Ministry Civilian, TSAO, Mr.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1939 - mid 1944. Hut 3 and Block D (3). Head of Air Research. Formed SALU section with P G Lucas to fuse high-grade and low-grade signals intelligence. Bletchley Park August 1944 - August 1945. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Decoded Japanese call-signs.

Sources

1, 2, 4,7M, 9, 12 7, 11, 4, 7, 12, 7 6, 11 2, 6 6, 15, 7 4, 10, 2, 4, 9, 11, 7 4 7

Sames Samford Samples Sampson Sampson Sams Samson Samways Sandbach Sandeman Sandeman Sanders

Patricia Anne Michael R Joan Irene MD WW Eric Ruby Henderson A PKG Margot Mary P Diana

McKinlay

WRNS, L/Wren

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park c. 1944 - November 1945. Block F. Newmanry and JAFO. Williams ATS, Royal Signals WRNS, L/Wren GPO Civilian, Mr. Army, Int Corps. ATS, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Robson Martin-Bird Beaumanor 1942 - 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Sandridge from 1940. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Forest Moor. Clerical duties. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 4 and Hut 5, Naval Section, German.

Harris

Bletchley Park c. 1942. Mansion. Messenger. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Block F, JAFO. Mechanised Transport Bletchley Park December 1941 - June 1944. Mansion and MTC Hut. Corps, Miss. Driver WRNS Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Mechanised Transport Bletchley Park 1941 - 1944. Mansion and MTC Hut. Driver, bringing Corps, Miss. shift-workers to Bletchley Park and taking papers to London and Chicksands. WRNS Army, Sgt. FO Civilian, TSAO, Miss FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. RN, Capt. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Block E. Commcen, Cypher Office. Central Bureau Brisbane, Australia. GCCS representative. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Admiralty 1939 - c. 1943. Deputy Director Signals Division, Y Service (DDSD(Y)). Responsible for general direction of RN Y Service. Beaumanor 1942 - 1945. Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor, Belfast. Mansfield College Oxford. Code and Cypher Production Unit.

Sanders Sanders

EA Elizabeth

Russell

11, 7

Sanders Sanderson Sanderson Sandford Sandison Sandwith

Joan D Nancy Ethel

Hainesworth

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

Isobel F Humphry R

Sandy Sang Sanger

Edgar William James JA EM

Army, Royal Signals RSS Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

7 7 4

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Sanger Sangster Sangwin Sankey Sargeant Sargent JB Mary Millicent Mary Frances GM Frederick Thomas Dorothy Cheney

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). 4 FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Wavendon House, Bletchley Park, Berkeley Street and Aldford House 2, 4, 9 from September 1939 Commercial Section. ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Army, Royal Signals. ATS Bletchley Park October 1944 - November 1945. Block G. Military Section, SIXTA, Log reader. Knockholt Beaumanor December 1943 - September 1945. Despatch rider, delivering to Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park January 1943 - October 1945. Block F and Hut 5. Japanese Military Attaché Section. Transcribing and decoding messages. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6. Bletchley Park December 1943 - Spring 1946. Probably Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Beaumanor March 1942 - December 1945. Intercept operator. Beaumanor March 1942 - December 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park August 1944 - June 1945. Block D(3). Translated decrypted signals and decoded German covernames. 1 WU. Intercept operator. Sandridge from 1940. Berkeley Street, Denmark Hill and Aldford House c. 1943 - 1945, OC Diplomatic Section slipreaders and CMY Rep in London; also involved in planning telecommunications line installations between Berkeley Street and Y Stations. Whaddon Hall. Despatch Rider. Whaddon Hall January 1944 - December 1945. Secretary and switchboard operator. 7, 9 4 7 7

Sargent

Sargent
Sargent Sargent Sarre Sarre Sarsfield Satchell Saunders

EM Hazel Gwendoline Maureen OL Jacqueline Naftel Lucille le Quesne Mary Lucilla R Albert Geoffrey Elphinstone

Brown Richmond Wicks Hamilton Knight

FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Mrs. ATS, Royal Signals ATS, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. RAAF GPO Civilian, Mr.

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

Saunders Saunders Saunders Saunders

Alfred James Celia Joyce

Buis

Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss.

7 7

Elizabeth Mary Barnett Gerald Evelyn Spencer

WRNS Eastcote December 1943 - June 1945. Bombe operator. 7 FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from February 1942. Hut 9. Staff Officer, responsible for 4, 9, 12, personnel recruitment and control of all civilians from July 1943. ATS, Int Corps. Army, Royal Signals, Maj. Ex RN. ATS, Royal Signals. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Whaddon Hall to 1944. Forest Moor and Beaumanor 1943 - 1946. Intercept Operator and supervisor. 7, 9 7 7

Saunders Saunders Saunders

Joan Patricia John Walter ‘Jack’ Joyce Margaret

Talbot-Elsden

Alcock

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Saunders Saunders Saunders M Madeline Mona Malcolm G Henriksen Taylor

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service
Melbourne. FRUMEL. Beaumanor 1942 - 1945. Kedleston Hall 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park December 1939 - April 1943. Hut 3, Head, to April 1942. OC Bletchley Park communications and couriers to April 1943. To Eastern Fleet in April 1943. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1944. Typist; later administering ration cards. Whaddon Hall to August 1945. Secretary. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(6). Bletchley Park from 1939. Commcen. Bletchley Park January 1944 - March 1945. Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Admin support.

Sources

ATS, Royal Signals RN, Cdr.

7 7 2, 7, 9, 12,

Saunders Saunders Saunders Saunders Saunderson Savage Savidge Saward Sawdon

Marian Theresa ("Tess") Thora WH Winifred Jean BB EA Anne Rachel Donald M

Brown Holden

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS WRNS Army, Int Corps, Maj.

7 7 7 1, 2, 7, 9,

Pitt

Bower

Bletchley Park. Hut 9. Billeting office. 4 Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, Bletchley Park April - September 1945. Possibly Hut 7, Naval Section, 7, 11 Japanese. Cairo May 1941 - September 1942. Enigma intercept co-ordination. Bletchley Park September 1942 - 1945. WTC, later Hut 3. 7, 9,12

Sawkins Sawyer Sawyer Sawyer

Doris Audrey Jean Margaret Flora Isabel

Kandler Newby Ross

WRNS

Eastcote June 1944 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park May 7 - August 1945. Probably Hut 7, Japanese naval codes. SCU 3. Plotter. 7 Bletchley Park. Possibly Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. 7 Bletchley Park August 1939 - May 1945. Mansion (Room 7), Hut 10, 2, 3A, 4, 7,9, Block A (Room 133) and Block F(A). Air Section, from 1942 PA to Josh 12 Cooper, Head of Air Section. Secretary of Bletchley Park Recreational Club musical Group. Bletchley Park. Possibly JAFO. Brisbane. Central Bureau. Eastcote and Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Secretariat. Bletchley Park. Possibly Military Section. Bletchley Park August 1942 - 1945. Hut 4, WTC, Head from September 1942. Organised sigint cover plan. Assistant Director (WT Co-ordination) (AD(WTC)) from c. August 1944. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park. Testery, Mil Section, Block F; Bletchley Park 1942 - 1943. Probably Naval Section. 7 7 7 4 7 7, 9, 12

FO Civilian, Miss. Air Ministry Civilian, TSAO, Miss.

Sax Saxon Saxton Saxton Sayer Sayer

Margaret Eric Sheila Mary Jones PM Dorothy Harold Bourcher ‘Harry’

FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, L/Cpl. Army, Lt Col.

Sayer Sayer Sayer

JB PN Poppy Noreen

Eyres

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss.

7 7, 11 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Sayers Sayers Scadeng Scaife Scamell Scamell Scanlon Schaeffer Schatz Schmeidler Schneider Schofield Schofield Scholes Schooley Scobell Scollick Scoot Scott Scott Scott Dina GH Eric Dorothy Edwin Raymond June Naomi BM Claude-FredericArmand TH Dolly Maureen Cotes Treharne Harold Marjory Derek Brenda Arthur John E F Ray Alice ("Win") Anne David Bernard Cox

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS RAF, Plt Off. Army ATS, Royal Signals Army. WRNS WAAF, ACW. French Navy, Lt. WRNS, L/Wren WAAF, Sgt. WRNS Army, Int Corps. Australian Women's Army Service WRNS, L/Wren RAF FO Civilian, Mr.

Summary of Service
Wavendon House and Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 3, Air Section. Bletchley Park 1940. Guardroom. Forest Moor and Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park September 1942 - July 1945. Probably Military Section, Japanese decoder. Bletchley Park July 1944 - August 1945. Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park c. May 1940. Naval Section. Later joined Free French Forces. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Kingsdown, Capel-le-Ferne, Beachy Head, Hawkinge, Eastbourne, Genval 1941 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 11. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, probably Japanese. Brisbane. Central Bureau. SCU and SLU. Bletchley Park. Block A. Capel-le-Ferne, Cheadle, Chicksands, Gibraltar, North Africa (276 Signal Wing) March 1940 - November 1943. Bletchley Park June 1941 - June 1946. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith operator.

Sources

Busby

7 3A, 9, 12 7 7 7 7 11, 12 6, 11 7 7 7, 9 6, 7 7 7, 11 9, 7 7 7 7 4,12

Savage

Likierman Sargent

SchofieldMarshall

FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park probably 1942 - early 1945. Block E, Commcen. WRNS Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Newmanry. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bedford, ISSIS June 1941. Berkeley Street and Aldford House to July 1945. Research and B Sections, broke Soviet Comintern code in late 1943. Soames Strongitharm WAAF WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WAAF

Scott Scott Scott Scott

Dulcie Eileen Jenny Elizabeth A Elizabeth Moffatt

Cheadle May 1942 - May 1943. Dunstable May 1943 - 1946. Intercept 7 operator. Stanmore March 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Block F(A), Air Section. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Teleprinter operator. 7 4, 7, 7

Apps

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Scott Jean Mary Booth

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park August 1944 - August 1945. Colossus operator, then May-August 1945 in Naval Section VI (Technical Intelligence) dealing with Library Cataloguing.

Sources

3N, 7, 11

Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott-Farnie Scott-Moncrief Scown Scragg

N PH Patricia Moira Olive Rachel Selwyn Thomas William FK E E Doris

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 14. Hut 1 and Hut 9, probably Admin Section. ATS, Int Corps. WRNS WAAF Army. Army, Royal Signals. WAAF, ACW. WRNS, PO Wren. Birley WRNS, PO Wren. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Stanmore July 1943 - April 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. High-speed telegraphist and wireless operator. Bushey Park (SLU 1) 1944. NW Europe (SLU 8) 1944 - 1945. Ceylon (HQ SEAC) 1945. Y Service 1942 - 1947. UK and overseas. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section, NS VI. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park July - September 1942. Wavendon House Cot 1942 January 1944. Eastcote January 1944 - July 1945. Bombe operator, then supervisor.

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

Collins Maister

Scrivener Scrivens Scudamore Scutt Seaborne Seabrook

Walter Reginald Buckingham Yvonne Jeanne Margaret Sybil Alice Daphne Mary Kathleen ("Maureen") Barbara G Jones Singleton Singleton Norris Tunstall

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 16 and Block G, ISK. WAAF WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Chicksands 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park August 1941 - 1942. Hut 11. Stanmore 1942 - 1944. Bombe operator Bletchley Park c. 1941 - 1944. Typist.

4, 12 7 7 7 7

Bletchley Park mid 1941 - March 1945. Mansion (room 20). Director's 4, 7,9, Secretariat. Shorthand typist, duties included producing daily report for PM. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Military Section SIXTA, Log reader. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1942. Military Section, Adjutant. Bletchley Park 1942. Elmers School. Telephone operator. 5 WU. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park c. 1943 - December 1945. Block D(6). Established UKUS collaboration on Soviet tasks, later involved with captured technical material. 7, 9 2, 9, 12, 9 7 12,

Seabrook Seabrooke Seabury Seakins Seaman

Joan GS J Cedric Noel John N

Brooks

ATS, Int Corps, Cpl. Army, Capt. FO Civilian, Miss. RAAF US Army, Maj.

Seamark

Daphne C S

Allan

FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Bletchley Park late 1942 - 1945. Military Section, Japanese, decrypted 4, 7, 9 and translated signals, later did research.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Sear Sear Sear Doreen G Josephine Mary Gaucheron PLA Page Sayer Sharp

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

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park July 1944 - May 1945. Block D(8). Naval Section, prepared naval signals for indexing. Kenley. DF operator.

Sources

3N, 4, 7, 11, 7

Bletchley Park late 1941 - March 1946. Mansion and probably Hut 9. 7 Administration Section. Paying Mechanical Transport Corps drivers, issuing furniture and bedding for billets and recording pay for National Insurance Bletchley Park c 1943 - 1945. MOW Hut. Resident Engineer, responsible for maintenance work. Berkeley Street. Knockholt. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park October 1944 - September 1945. Naval Section, clerk. Bletchley Park Autumn 1943 - Summer 1945. Block D(6) and G. Probably SIXTA, traffic analysis. Maintaining card index of names, units etc. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park. Possibly Air Section. Bletchley Park January 1943 - November 1945. Block F(A). Air Section, Meteorological. Block F, JAFO. Secretary of the Bletchley Park Ballroom Dancing Club. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). 12, 4, 9, 4 7, 11 7 7

Searchfield Searight Searle Sears Sears Sears

S Pamela S MI Margaret G Mary Pamela J M

MOW Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS WRNS ATS, Int Corps.

Large Mott

Secker Sedgewick Sedgwick Sedgwick

Priscilla L Winnie Morwenna Stanley

McKenzie Stryche

FO Civilian, Miss. ATS WAAF FO Civilian, TJAO(E), Mr. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss.

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

Seed Seed Sefton-Jones Seidelman Selby Selby-Bigge Selby-Littie Seligman Sellars

B H H Mort PM CL S Janet Constance Grimsdell

4

Hooper

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF, Flight Officer. US Army. WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WAAF

Bletchley Park. Block D(3). 4 Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Mansion, Hut 10 and Block F, Air Section. 2, 5, 7, 9 Block F, Military Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Elmers School and Cottage. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, German, Japanese, Polish and French. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park November 1942 - February 1943. Probably Block E, Commcen, Cypher Office. Code and cypher officer. 7, 9 11, 4, 14 11, 3N, 4, 6, 7, 11 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Sells Anne de Grave

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

WAAF, Section Officer. Bletchley Park Oct 1942 - 1945. Block A (room 121) and Block F, Air Section, Italian. Mentioned in Despatches January 1943. Commissioned in September 1944. RNVR, Mid. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block A and Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park September 1943 - June 1945. Block A. Naval Section VI, Technical Intelligence, producing dictionary of technical terms. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Hut 5, Hut 4 and Block A, Naval Section. German sub-section; PA to Frank Birch; later head of Secretariat (NS IX). Bletchley Park from 1939. Mansion, Hut 5 and Block F. Military Section. Probably also Research Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park December 1943 - August 1945. Naval Section, Japanese sub-section. Typed and duplicated coded messages. Chicksands. Intercept operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Testery, Mil Section, Block F Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Dollis Hill 1944 - 1945. Built plates and relay racks for Colossus, Tunny emulator and Dragon. Gayhurst Manor September 1942 - early 1944. Bombe operator. Colombo 1944 - 1945.

3A, 7

Semmens Senior Senior

Edgar Henry C Mabel M Evelyn Margaret ("Peggy") Phoebe G

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

Senyard

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

Sercombe Sergeant Sergeant Sevenson Seward Seward Sewell Sexton Sexton Sexton Seymour

Daphne Mary Dorothy Margaret Joan Elizabeth MG Olive Alice BL DAJ Irene Dorothy Frances CH

Bradshaw

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mrs. ATS WRNS WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr.

Baxter Chisholm Isaksson

Knox

WRNS

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 3. Later Beaumanor to May 1942 Adjutant of 6 IS. Bletchley Park May 1942 - 1945. Block D Military Section and Block G, SIXTA. Conaught FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block A(N), Naval section, NS VIII (Records).

Seymour Seys-Phillips Shackleton Shackleton Bailey Shanahan Shand Sharman

June Patricia Barbara Joan Stanley David Roy MOC Sheila Jean Betty

3N, 4, 7, 11, 12, 7 6, 4, 9, 12, 14, 2 7 7

WRNS Eastcote. Bombe operator. Army, Sgt. Bletchley Park 1941. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr Berkeley Street February 1941 - 1945. Diplomatic Section, Dutch and Near East. Jones Langford GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS WRNS Sandridge from 1940. Eastcote, bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block F. Newmanry. Registry.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Sharman Sharman Sharman Sharp Sharp Sharp Sharp Sharp Sharp Sharp Sharp Sharp JC Katherine Louisa Jean Daisy Irene Diana Mary EE IM June MH RFS RLM Walter Penrose

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Mrs. ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Mrs. US Army

Summary of Service
Berkeley Street, Research Section. Colombo. Wavendon House from October 1939. Probably Commercial Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park end 1944 - 1946. Block B. Probably Naval section. Decoding, filing, typing, switchboard. Eastcote 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block A. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Eastcote. Bombe operator. Berkeley Street and Aldford House. Diplomatic Section, Swiss. Sandridge from 1940. Bletchley Park March 1944 - May 1945. Block D(6). Testing bombe stops - possible solutions to Enigma keys. Member of US 6613rd Signals Security Detachment. Eastcote March 1944 - August 1945. Bombe operator, dismantled machines after VE Day. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, probably ISOS. Bletchley Park December 1943 - August 1945. Decoding Bletchley Park. Block E. Commcen. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3). German Book Room - indexed decrypted signals. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park from January 1940. Hut 3. Probably assistant to R V Jones at Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park c. February 1942 - June 1945. Hut 5. Local Defence Officer, Adjutant to Bletchley Park Home Guard, ARP and fire officer.

Sources

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

Coles Barthold

Hall

Sharpe Sharpe Sharpe Shatford

Aileen Margaret DE Jean Marion Joan Althea R BJ David Cautley Nasmyth Duncan Keith

Fulton

WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS WAAF FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss ATS, Int Corps. RAF, Sqn Ldr. Army, Maj.

7 4 7 7, 9 4, 7, 9, 7 6, 7, 9, 12, 9, 12,

Chatterton Rayner

Shaw
Shaw Shaw Shaw

Shaw Shaw Shaw

Eddie Gladys Patricia Harold ("Harry")

Leach

Army, Int Corps, Sgt. FO Civilian, Miss. RN, Capt (Retd).

North Africa and Italy 1943 - 1945. 8 SWS, 7 SIC, 3 SWS. 7 Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block D. Teleprinter operator. 7 Hong Kong, Singapore , Colombo and Mombasa 1939 - 1942. Head of 6, 12 FECB. Berkeley Street c. 1942 - 1945. Head of Commercial Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Block C. Probably Hollerith operator. Probably Y Service, intercept operator. 4, 7, 7

Shaw Shaw

JW Jean Bennett

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. ATS

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Shaw Shaw Shaw Shaw Shaw Sheader Shearer Shearer Sheehan Shenstone Shephard Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Shepherd Leslie M Mercedes M Pamela June Philip James James Agnes G P John Ferguson P Rosalind NY Arthur CJ DL Heather M Hilda Dorothy "Betty" Anderton Barton Fish Hesling

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RAF WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. RAF FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss.

Summary of Service
Chicksands, Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section, NS IV. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Eastcote c. 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator Bletchley Park. Block D(3). India and Burma. 367 WU. WEC Delhi. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block D(3). Compiled information on German scientists.

Sources

Hudson Beecham

Allan

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

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park May 1944 - May 1945. Naval Section. GPO Civilian, Mr. Sandridge from 1940. Later, Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen, Morse room supervisor. WRNS Cpl RAF FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Bletchley Park 1945. Block A, Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Wick and India. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 4, probably Naval Section.

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Hut 15, Block D(6) and Block G, SIXTA. 5, 7 FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Probably mod. Typex operator in Decoding 4, 7, Room. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Wg Cdr. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 9. Billeting office. March 1943 - February 7 1945. Flowerdown, June 1944 - June 1946. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. West Africa 1940 - 1941. Chicksands October 1941 - c. September 1942. Commanding Officer. 7 7, 9 9, 12 9 4 7 7 3N,4,7,11,14, 4, 9 7 3N, 11, 4

Shepherd Jean Sybil Shepherd Joyce Shepherd-Smith John Sheppard Sheppard Sheppard Sheppard Sheppard Sheppard Sheppard Sheppard Sheppard

BM Gaynor Gladys Helen Joan M John E Kathryn Valerie Elsie M MJ

Osborne

Army, Lt. Bletchley Park. Possibly SIXTA. FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. ATS, Royal Signals Forest Moor 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator. FO Civilian, TJAO, Bletchley Park September 1942 - 1946. Block A . Naval Section. Miss. Japanese decoding, including JN 25. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 10. JAFO. WRNS Bletchley Park. WRNS, 3rd Officer. Bletchley Park. Naval Section, PA to Head NS IV(A), General Intelligence Secretariat. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Near East.

Cartwright

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Sherdley Sheridan SheridonRussell Sheringham Sherrard Sherratt Sherratt Sherriff Sherriff Sherry Sherston Sheward Shields Shiers Shilling Shiner AT John Alfred Eric Judith Esme CM FP Heather Madeleine M W ("Peggy") Beatrice Elizabeth Bertram ("Beta") Dorothy Winifred Margaret Delia Joyce ("Bob") AJP Hugh Patricia Down

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Army, Royal Signals. WAAF Admiralty Civilian, Mr.

Summary of Service

Sources

Harpenden 1943, German and Russian traffic. India and Burma June 7 1943 - 1945. 5 SWS, intercept operator. Capel le Ferne and Beachy Head September 1942 - March 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7 12, 1, 2, 4, 7 7 7 7 4

FO Civilian, TJAO, Maj Bletchley Park. Elmers School. Diplomatic Section, Near East. (Retd). RAF, WO. RAF WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Whitcombe Cordy Copley Lincoln Knight FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WAAF, LACW. Eastcote 1943 - 1945. Stanmore 1945 - 1946. Bombe maintenance and instruction. Whaddon Hall February 1944 - October 1947. SCU 1. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Colombo 1945 1946. Possibly Y Service. Bletchley Park. Block D(3).

Melbourne. FRUMEL. 7 Bletchley Park 1939 - August 1945. General administration and clerical 7 duties. Bletchley Park August 1942 - May 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Registration room, sorting Enigma traffic. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3), Air Intelligence Section, secretary and German translator. 4, 7 7, 9

Bletchley Park March 1944 - May 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Colossus 7 operator. Bletchley Park 1945 - 1946. Block D(6), teleprinter operator. 7

War Office, Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Military Section, including German Police. 1, 2, 5, 7, 6, 9, Experimental Wireless OC Military Wing Bletchley Park Defence Force, 1944. 12 Assistant, Mr; later Army, Int Corps, Capt. GPO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. WRNS, L/Wren Bletchley Park 1943 - August 1945. Japanese deciphering. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs Bletchley Park. Block D(3). FO Civilian, C III, Miss. Bletchley Park February 1944 - March 1945. Probably Block D(6). 14 6, 7, 11 4 7

Shiplee Shipton Shipwright

T Maureen P J Edna

Brown

Shirley

Garbutt

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Shirras Shirreff Shirres Shore Kathleen Janet Francis Donald Mary Edith Celia Christine Olive Udale Margaret C Dorothy George A Pauline Anne Sheila Penelope VP William George Joan Marion Lily Mary Nora Barbara Iris Lilian M Mary William Alfred

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Army. WAAF WRNS WRNS ATS, Royal Signals WRNS WRNS Army, Int Corps, Capt. WRNS WRNS Mr RAF, LAC. WRNS WRNS WRNS WRNS WAAF, Cpl.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park July 1943 - 1945. Block D(6). Special Wireless Group. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block E, Morse slip reader. Woburn Abbey, wardroom steward. Bletchley Park August 1944 - August 1945. Naval Section, Japanese. Beaumanor 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Eastcote November 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park c. 1942 - 1945. Hut 4 and Block D(3), Army Adviser. Block F, Military Section, probably Japanese. Wavendon House and Stanmore 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. Stanmore April 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bombe-maintenance Cheadle October 1943 - 1944. WEC Delhi, 1944 -1945, 367 SU. Intercept operator. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park, Eastbourne and Gayhurst Manor. Writer Eastcote and Stanmore October 1944 - August 1945. Bombe operator. Colombo. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Block E, Commcen. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader.

Sources

Shore
Shore Short Short Short Short Short Short Short Shortland Shotter Shotter Shrubsole Shrubsole Shufflebottom Sibley Sibley

Cramp Porterfield Brander Ferguson Cowper-Coles

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

Blagrove Mendoza

Pilsworth Shotter McFaddin Wittkower

Rawlinson

FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 3. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bedford from late 1942. ISSIS, Japanese course. Bletchley Park from early 1943. Probably Block F and Hut 4, Military Section, Japanese. ATS, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals, Cpl.

Siddall Sidebotham Sidebotham Sidebotham Sidebottom Sidwell

Mabel CM EF Hazel M Olive Gwendoline Mitton Gwendoline Joyce Mary Gibbs

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7, 11 Bletchley Park. Block D(6). 4, 7 Bletchley Park. Block B(N), Naval Section. 3N, 4, 11, Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7, 11 Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Probably Hut 14. Messenger. 7 Beaumanor June 1942 - May 1944. Garats Hay May 1944 - June 1945. 7 Kedleston Hall June - August 1945. Intercept operator.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Sikora Silcox Sillence Sills MW Diana Jessie Simpson

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs. WRNS ATS Army, Sgt.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Colombo. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park to February 1945. Detached to HQ 21st Army Group Sigint Unit to take part in technical trials. Mentioned in Despatches following a V1 attack on their site on 24 March 1945. Bletchley Park March 1944 - August 1945. Block B. Naval Section, Japanese. Decoding and translating Japanese naval signals.

Sources

4, 6 7 7 12,

Silver Silvester Simberg Sime Simkins Simmendinger Simmonds Simmonds Simmonds Simmonds Simmonds Simmonds Simmons Simmons Simmons Simmons Simms Simons Simpson Simpson

Colin H Violet N Harold Arden Joan Sylvia Mabel Isabel Nora M AN Anne Marie Barbara S A Daphne Iris ED John David Edna Margaret Vera Mary WM N Kathleen Rita Charles G H DL Hamilton Lewis Hill Faires

FO Civilian, Mr.

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

FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Bletchley Park June 1943 - 1946. Block A(N). Naval Section library. Australian Army WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Cpl Melbourne. FRUMEL. Probably Eastcote, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Block G, Military Section, German Police. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 7 and Block C. Probably Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion (room 3). Probably Military or Air Section. Y Service. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block D(6). Reception and sorting of signals. Bletchley Park c. 1942 - 1946. Hut 9. Billeting Office, checking and issuing payment forms. Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park from 1940. Air Section. Later at Cheadle and in Mediterranean theatre with 276 Wing. Bletchley Park. Probably German translator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(6). Bletchley Park 1940 - 1946. Elmers School December 1940, later in Mansion. Secretarial and typing.

Saunders

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mr. RAF, Sqn Ldr. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS WAAF RAF FO Civilian, TA, Mrs.

Ord

Sales O'Neill Atkinson

Bletchley Park. Block D(6). 4 Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Probably Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. 7, 11 Worked on Japanese codes. Chicksands 1943 - 1945. Teleprinter operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Italian linguist. 7 Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Hut 8. Block A, Naval Section, Japanese. 3N, 4, 11,

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Simpson Simpson Simpson Simpson Simpson Simpson Simpson Simpson Sims Sims Simson Sinclair Sinclair EMP Edward Hugh Elizabeth Barbara Hilda J John Bremner PM RA George Frederick Rosemary J Betsy DV Evelyn Beatrice Dunkley Kendrick

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

WAAF, Cpl. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park October 1942 - September 1945. Block B. Naval Mr. Section, Italian Sub-section later Japanese Sub-section NS IIJ. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. RN WRNS, 3rd Officer. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Lyman Army, Int Corps. WRNS ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, C V, Mrs. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. RN, Admiral

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

Bletchley Park September 1942 - April 1945. Hut 6, Block D. Decoding 4, 7 room, then registration room. Scarborough. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. HMS Redpole and HMS Chelmer. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park Block F(A). Air Section. 7 4, 11, 7 11, 4 15, 7 7, 9 4 1, 2, 4, 9, 11,

Flowerdown and Scarborough 1944 - 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D. Block G, SIXTA. Bletchley Park from 1939. Mansion, Naval Section, Italian and Spanish. Wavendon House, probably Commercial Section. Ryder Street. Broadway to 1939. Chief of Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) and Director of GCCS. Purchased Bletchley Park Mansion in May 1938. Bangalore 1945 - 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(8), mod. Typex operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park September 1943 - September 1945. Block G. Military Section, SIXTA. Traffic analysis, building up picture of German Army units. 103 SWS and 2 SWG North Africa and Italy May 1942 - 1945. Forest Moor 1945 - 1946. Intercept operator. . Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 10 SIS Codes. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park c. 1941 - late 1944. Hut 4 and Block A. Naval Section, Merchant shipping analysis. Brora, Cupar and Sandridge 1944 - 1946. Intercept operator

Sinclair

Hugh F P ("Quex")

12

Sinclair Sinden Singer Singer Singer

Robert T VAM Joyce MJ Norman

Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. US Army, Tech Sgt.

7 11, 7 6, 11 6, 7, 9

Single Singleton Sipthorp Sisson Sizer

FC P Mary Anne Ruby Winifred

Army, Royal Signals. WAAF, ACW. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. GPO Civilian, Miss.

7 2 7 7 7

Cox Potter White

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS Army, Int Corps, Maj.

Summary of Service
Stanmore February 1943 - 1944. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park c. 1943 - 1944. Responsible for SIS carrier pigeons housed at Bletchley Park.

Sources

Skargon
Skerrit Skevington Skidmore Skillen

Barbara Joan Charles Stuart Jean Hugh

Moor

7 7 12, 14,

Bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park June 1944 - May 1945. Block D(3). Maintained map plot 5, 7, 9, 15 of Eastern Front and Yugoslavia, translated deciphered signals from German. Bletchley Park. Newmanry. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Elmers School and Naval Section. Messenger. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1940. Commcen, also worked for Knox on early equipment used for Enigma processing. Eastcote, bombe operator Bletchley Park Bletchley Park. Probably JAFO. Chicksands, Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Colossus operator. 1 WU. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from August 1941. Military (German Police), Air and Japanese Armed Forces Sections. Cheadle Y Station in 1943. Stanmore 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Stanmore, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1945. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 7 or Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park 1942. Hut 15. Air Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Stanmore February 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park November 1943 - 1945. Block D(3). Identified Ultra reports of long-term interest to Washington DC, later worked on Index. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Eastcote November 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. 7 3N, 7, 9, 11, 2, 12, 7 7 7 7 7 7 4, 7, 9, 12 7 7 7, 9 7, 11 7 3A, 7 7 7 6, 7, 12

Skillington Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner Skinner Skjold Skurrie Slack Slack Sladen Slaney Slight Sloan Slocombe Slocombe Sloggett Slott Slusser

Pamela Nancy Daphne Mary H Jeanne Mary Sommerville Paterson Raymond Reginald Arthur Anita John George Neville Jean Susan Sylvia Joan Ken Helen Lisbeth Sheila Patricia Mary Norah M Margaret Ruth Marjorie Robert M

Darrell Beel

WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr.

Cretney Taylor

WRNS

Army, Int Corps. RAF WRNS RAAF Air Ministry Civilian, TSAO(D) , Mr. Walkington Osborne Shingler Knight WRNS WRNS Army, Int Corps, Lt. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF, LACW. WAAF WRNS US Army, Lt.

Lindsay

Smail Smail

DE Lynda May Haswell

Schutt

FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS

11, 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Smale Smale Smales Small Smalley Smallwood Smallwood Smardon Smart Smart Smart Smart Smart Smedley Smellie Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Elizabeth Joan Thelma Margaret Jean Albert SV Frederick JM M Felicity A ACC James William Vera Vivian Alma JMB Cynthia Henderson Cairns Hill Rundle

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS, PO Wren. WRNS WAAF US Army, Capt. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. RAF, Sgt.

Summary of Service

Sources

Southwold, intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1944. Naval Section, NS 7, 11 V. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Chicksands December 1943 - July 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. US Army Sigint Organisation representative. Berkeley Street and Aldford House. Commercial Section, German. Bletchley Park September 1943 - 1945. Block F, Air Section. Previously at Cheadle. 7 7 12, 4 7, 9 4 2, 3A, 4, 7, 9, 7 4

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Berkeley St. Air Ministry Civilian, TA, Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion, Hut 10, Block A and Block F(A), Miss. Air Section. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. RN WAAF WAAF WAAF, ACW. ATS, Int Corps. RAF, Sgt. Army, Capt. FO Civilian, Mr. RNVR, Sub Lt. Lupton WAAF, LACW. Army. RAF RSS Civilian, later Army, Royal Signals. Carpenter ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Berkeley Street. Probably Diplomatic Section.

Intercept operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Wireless operator/Morse 7 slip reader. West Kingsdown 1940 - July 1944. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1942. A Block (rm 103). Air Section, possibly translator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1939. Bletchley Park 1944. Naval Section. Head of NS IIJ(X), Japanese machine ciphers. West Kingsdown December 1941 - May 1945. Intercept operator against Luftwaffe. Bletchley Park My 1944 - May 1945. Block F, Testery. Decoding Fish traffic on Tunny emulator. Cheadle. Intercept operator. Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor, North West England 1943 - 1944. Chester and Kempston 1944 - 1945, intercept operator. Shenley. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block C, Hollerith operator. 7 2 7, 9 3A, 9 7 1, 7, 11, 12, 7 7 7 7

A G Michael AN Alan Mercer Anne Arthur Albert Arthur Roy Basil Robert

Smith Smith

Betty Bobbie

7 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Smith Smith CI Clifford Thorpe

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park August 1943 - August 1945. Block D(6). Traffic 4, 7, 9, 12, 15 Identification Section 2 ("Quiet Room"). Hut 7 Naval Section, Japanese May - August 1945. Army, Int Corps, Cpl. Army, Royal Signals. GPO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park Nov 1942 - 1943. Military Section, linguist in French, German and Norwegian. Bletchley Park and Belgium. SCU Bletchley Park, Eastcote and BTM Letchworth 1940 - 1945. Probably Hut 11 or 14. Assembly, testing, inspection and servicing of bombes. 7 7 7

Smith Smith Smith

Colin Colin Munroe DHJ

Smith Smith Smith Smith

DJ DM DM Daphne Gould Dennis Albert Denzil Doreen Doreen Mabel Dorothy Dorothy Mabel Dulcie Doreen EAG EM Edward Dudley Edward Montague Speirs

RAAF 1 WU and 2 WU. Intercept operator. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Block C, probably Hollerith operator. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Knockholt. WRNS RN FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals WAAF FO Civilian, TSAO, Miss. WRNS Army, Int Corps. WAAF, ACW. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. RAF, Wg Cdr. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1946. Whaddon Hall. In charge of mobile constructions. Bletchley Park September 1944 - 1946. Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen. Morse slip reader. Shenley. Intercept operator. Cheadle September 1944 - November 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park Block E, Commcen, Cypher Room. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Block F, Testery. Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen. Bletchley Park from c. 1940. Hut 6. Possibly team leader in Registration Room.

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

Smith
Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith

Winter Robbins

Downing

Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 3 to 1942. Air Section, Meteorological 2, 9, 12 1942 - February 1943. Wireless Telegraphy Intelligence and Wireless Telegraphy Control February 1943 - 1945. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1946. Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen. cypher clerk. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Brisbane. Central Bureau. 4, 6, 7 7 14 7

Smith Smith Smith Smith

Eileen Dorothy Ernest M FA Fred

Aitken

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

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Smith Frederick John Albert

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen, also Hut 16, CMY. Communications statistician. In late 1943 Deputy Head of Bletchley Park Cypher Office.

4, 9, 12, 14,

Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith

Howard Frank Trayton ICD Irene Irene Olive Louise Ivan Harold J JB JB JE JKR JN JS Janet L

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park December 1939 - October 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). 2, 4, 7M, 9, 12, Block F, JAFO. 14, Hurrell Hoare Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS RN, Ldg Tel (SO) FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. GPO Civilian, Mr. RSS Civilian Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF Bletchley Park. Hut 5. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Hollerith operator. Eastcote 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. Colombo 1945 - 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Block D(6) and JAFO. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Knockholt Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Radio Security Service, Belfast, Voluntary Interceptor. Awarded BEM in 1946 New Years Honours List. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park Spring 1942 - August 1945. Block F. Air Section. Research and translation for BMP reports of enemy air defence activity. Bletchley Park April 1944 - October 1945. Block G, SIXTA. Indexed information on German forces, maintained map plot. 5, 7 7 7 9 4 4 4 14 7 11, 7

Tourniere

Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith

Jean Jean Jean Jean Joan Joan Oswald Jocelyn KEF KS Kathleen LMJ

Russell-Jones

ATS, Int Corps. ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS ATS, Int Corps.

7, 9

Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 7, 9 Bletchley Park. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith operator. 4, 7 Flowerdown 1943 - 1946. Intercept operator against Japanese signals. 7 Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen. Bletchley Park September 1943 - 1945. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 6, 7, 9, 7 7, 9 4 2 7 11,

Baker, later Biddell Fagan ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF, ACW. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss.

Parker

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Leon James Lesley Lilian Lucy M MA MD MF MK Margaret Margaret Agnes Marie Marjorie Scott Mary Minnie Louisa Monica Rosalind Glazebrook Muriel H Myra NE NJ Norman Lindsey Burke Sutcliffe

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Army.

Summary of Service
Little Horwood and Whaddon January - October 1945. SCU1. WT operator. Adstock Manor and Eastcote 1942 - July 1945. Bombe operator.

Sources

7 7

Goodman-Smith WRNS, L/Wren Finnemore Smith WRNS RNVR, Sub Lt. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS, 3rd Officer WRNS WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WAAF

Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 3, Block D. Teleprinter operator, later 3N, 7, 11 watch supervisor. Bletchley Park. Japanese Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 9. Billeting office. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section, NS V. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 9, Admin Section. Bletchley Park January - August 1945. Block E, Commcen. Typex operator in communication centre. Bletchley Park. Possibly messenger. Gayhurst Manor 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park May - August 1945. Work on Japanese codes. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block E, Cypher Office. Typex operator. 7 11, 11, 4 3N, 11, 11, 7 7 7, 9 7 7, 9, 4, 7, 9

Bruce Donnelly

Noble

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Air Ministry Civilian, TJAO(E), Miss. WAAF WAAF FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. War Office Civilian, Experimental Wireless Assistant, Mr. WRNS WAAF FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS

Bletchley Park. Block A and Block F(A), Air Section, including research 3A, 4, 9, 12 in Meteorological sub-section. Bletchley Park August 1944 - April 1945. Block E, Commcen, wireless 7 operator/Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Block F(A). Air Section. Bletchley Park. Block A. Naval Section. Fort Bridgewoods and Beaumanor 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator. 7 4, 7, 4, 7, 9, 11, 7

Smith Smith Smith Smith

PM Patricia Anne Pauline H Pauline L P M

Cole Ling Powell

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Blocks A and F. Air section, Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Research. Bletchley Park November 43 - March 1944. Blocks F and H, Newmanry. Heath Robinson and Colossus operator.

11, 7 4, 7 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Wright Smither Smithers Smithies Smithies Smyth Peggy Peter John Ralph H Renee Rita M Robert Ernest Frederick Ronald M Ronald Morton Rosemary Addison SE Sheila Ann Christine Shirley Holden Stanley E S Stella M Sybil Sydney Alexander Sylvia Vera Victoria WO William Ranken John Evelyn Paul Cecil GV Audrey Hope Ena Jack J Bloomer Newington Wilson Edmed

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WAAF GPO Civilian, Mr.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park January 1944 - September 1945. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Probably Hut 14. Maintenance of teleprinters, Typex, Rockex, bombe and other equipment.

Sources

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

US Army. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block C, Hollerith operator. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Army, Int Corps, Cpl. Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS BTM Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block D(3). Indexing information from deciphered signals. Abbottabad and WEC Delhi c. 1943 - 1945. Possibly breaking Japanese codes. Beaumanor late 1941 - July 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park August 1941 - 1943. Hut 11 A. Eastcote 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Women's Hostel. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Probably Naval Section, Japanese. Melbourne. FRUMEL. 5 SWS. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park April 1940 - 1946. Hut 7, Block C. Hollerith machine supervisor. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(6).

Maxwell

Roberts Aird Campbell Shaw

Army, Maj. FO Civilian, Mr.

Melbourne. FRUMEL. 7 Bletchley Park 7 Bletchley Park from 1940. Military Section and Hut 6. Later in Gibraltar. 2, 7, 9 Bletchley Park April 1940 - 1943. Hut 4. Naval Section. Cryptanalyst. 2, 7, 9, 11, 12 3A, 12, 7 7, 12 7

Air Ministry Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park 1942 - c. 1943. Block A. Air Section. WAAF WRNS RSS Civilian, Mr. Dunstable. Intercept operator. Eastcote July 1944 - May 1945. Bombe operator, German. Radio Security Service, Portadown, Voluntary Interceptor.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Sneddon Snell Snellgrove Snelling Snook Snowden Soar Somers Somersell Sommerville Sorel-Cameron Eileen Patricia Eileen PM AM Barbara Royle N Freda JR Hester Marguerite McCardel

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. Army, L/Cpl. WRNS RAF, LAC FO Civilian, Mrs. WRNS Army, Capt. ATS, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park June 1944 - June 1945. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Possibly SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section and Testery. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park January 1941 - September 1944. Hut 6, Block D(8) Block A(N). Mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. . Bletchley Park. Military Section. Bletchley Park Stanmore. Bombe operator. Probably Bletchley Park or Drayton Parslow, Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1941 1945. Block A and Hut 7. Naval Section, Italian and Japanese. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader.

Sources

Monckton

Dick-Lauder

7 7, 9, 9 11, 10, 11, 7 5, 7, 9 11, 4, 7, 11

Soskice Sotheran Souter South Southall Southcombe Southerby Southern Southgate Southworth Sowell Spalding Spalding Spanton Spark

Peter D Florence Mary Mary Rose MW Mary Caroline Ronald Henry Arthur Edward PEA Jean M Jean Helen R B James Alexander Margaret Eileen Ellen Eriphili Griffen

Army, Int Corps, Lt. Haddon WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. RAF

Tyler

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

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Block A. Naval Section. FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Bletchley Park. Elmers School. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Chinese and Portuguese. Dumbleton Harrison Barlow WRNS WRNS WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. WAAF, Cpl. WRNS Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Chicksands September 1941 - November 1945. Probably intercept operator.

Bletchley Park October 1942 - December 1945. Hut 11 October 1942 - 7, 11 early 1944. Bombe operator. Block D(6) early 1944 - May 1945 and Hut 7 May - December 1945 Processing incoming signals. Radio Security Service. 7

Sparks

Ernest Charles

RSS Civilian, Mr.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Sparks Sparks Sparling Sparrow Sparrow Sybil Dorothy VA Gweneth Florence KE Olive R Jobson

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park October 1944 - August 1945. Checking that numbers on 7, 11, sheets had not been missed. Chesterfield Street. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 8 and Block D(8). Probably mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. 4 7, 11 11, 4, 7

Adams Phillips

Sparrow Sparrow Speake Speare Spearing

Serena Georgiana Margaret WP Margaret Joyce SM Peter George

Pearson

WRNS WRNS, 3rd Officer. WAAF FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RN

Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Probably Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. 7, 11 Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park March 1943 - December 1945. Hut 14, Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 16 and Block G, ISK. Y service 1943 - 1946. HMS Wager, off Norway, intercepting U-boat and shore station signals; Mediterranean. Alexandria. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Naval Section, dealing with German and Japanese signals. Bletchley Park and Eastcote 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block A, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block A(N). Naval Section. Block D (3) Bletchley Park. Block E. Commcen. Bletchley Park. Hut 3, Air Intelligence Section. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block E, Commcen Autoroom. Wireless Operator/Morse Slip Reader. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1944. Hollerith machine operator. Beaumanor, Kedleston Hall and Knockholt. Eastcote 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1945. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park February 1942 - March 1944. Probably ISOS. 11, 7 4 7

Colyer

Spector Speight Spelios Spence Spence Spence Spence Spence Spence Spencely Spencer Spencer

Maurice Louis BDH Joyce Barbara Alice Lindley Carol Constance DW Diana P Marjory ED A Doreen Gertrude Eileen Jeanette Kathleen E I Maude Violet SM Ruth L

RAF, FS. WRNS Wilks WRNS WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss.

6 11, 7 7 7, 11 7 3N, 11, 7, 11 7 4 9 7, 14 7 7 7, 11, 4 7

Watson Neale

Luke Bandy Dennis Hughes

Spencer
Spencer Spencer Spencer Spencer-Smith

Dunlop

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Spicer Spikes Spiller Spiller Spink Spinks Spinks Spinks Spinney Spirit Spittal Spooner Spooner Spooner GM MD Moreen Lilly CEG Joyce Brenda Mary DM Margaret Gordon F Elizabeth Margaret Guy Malcolm Hilda Margaret James Norman

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

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Hut 8 and Block D. Block A(N), Naval Section. Knockholt Dunstable. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 6, Block D. Forest Moor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Block C, Hollerith operator. Eastcote and Stanmore 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park May - October 1945.

Sources

Taylor Paros Quinn

3N, 4, 6, 11 4 7 4 7 7 11, 7 9, 7

WRNS Bletchley Park. Hut 11. Bombe operator. 7 FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from February 1941. Detached to Beaumanor as senior 4, 9, 12, GCCS Liaison Officer. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr. Legwood Sanderson Watson-Brown Dinwoodie FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS ATS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF Munro WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Chicksands 1943 - 1944. Bletchley Park from 1944. Hut 7, translating Japanese intercepts and documents. Bletchley Park. Communications Statistics Section. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 7. Probably Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Block F, Testery. Bletchley Park. Block D(6), mod. Typex operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G, ISK. Singapore, Mombasa and Colombo. Japanese ciphers. Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Testery. Bletchley Park. Naval Section, submarines and hydrography. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Possibly Block D(8), working on German U-boat ciphers. Bletchley Park. Possibly translator. Bletchley Park c. October 1942 - c. 1944. Block A, Air Section, 1942. Fort Bridgewoods. Intercept operator. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Spanish. 7 7 9 2 7 4, 7 7 4, 7 7 7 11 7 7 3A, 7, 7 14, 4

Sprake MR Spraule PD Spreadborough Sprey-Smith Spring Springman Sprinks Sproston Sprott Squibb Squire Squire Cynthia M Ruth Cynthia M Joan Joy CC Margaret Gladys Doreen Frank Dunbar

Watt

Squire Helen M S Squires RH St George Kirke J K T

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different St George-Yorke Colette Clare St John St Johnson Stabler Stables Stacey Stacey Stacey Stacey Stack Stack Pat E Eric EL Angela B Frederick Charles JM Mary Gabrielle Mary Sheila A Cook

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF, Sqn Ldr. WAAF, Flight Officer. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Summary of Service
Eastcote, Stanmore, Bletchley Park, Adstock Manor 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Possibly Block D(8). Aldford House. Commercial Section.

Sources

7 7 4

Probably Whaddon Hall and Windy Ridge. SCU 1. Radio operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. 6, 11 Bletchley Park. Hut 14, Communications Signals Office. Hut 16, CMY. 4, 7, 9 Berkeley Street, CMY. Bletchley Park from January 1940. Air Section. Hut 3 Air Liaison Officer 1942 - 1943. Head of Mediterranean SALU party in 1943. Bletchley Park. Block A (rm 146). Air Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator. Adstock Manor and Stanmore December 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. 7, 9, 12 3A, 5, 7 7

Kingaby Hill

Bletchley Park November 1943 - May 1945. Block G. ISOS - German 4, 7 Abwehr (Secret Service) manual codes and ciphers. Clerical support. Bletchley Park October 1941 - May 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Probably mod. Typex operator. Bletchley Park. Probably teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Possibly Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 15, Block D(6) and Block G, SIXTA. Block F, Latin. WTC. 4, 7 7 4 7, 14, 5, 7, 9

Stack Staff Stafford Stagg Stainthorp Stalbow Staley Stalley Stally Stamp Stanbury Standring Stanford Stanley Stanley

Vivien F Penny E Joan Marjorie Robert W GS Sheila M

Ovens

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS Army, Int Corps, Capt. Army, Capt. WRNS WRNS WAAF, ACW. Lt. RAF, Fg Off. Army, Int Corps, RSM WRNS ATS, Sgt.

Sedgwick

Henshaw

Bletchley Park 5, Bletchley Park October 1943 - June 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Tunny 7 emulator operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 3N, Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section, NS II, teleprinter operator.. 3N, 11, 10, 9, 7, 11 7, 9 7 7 7, 9

JL

CJ J Barbara G M Joyce Vera Louisa

Minter Granger Vandervord

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block D, Military Section, SIXTA, traffic analysis.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Stanley-Baker Stannard Stansfeld Stansfield Stansfield Stanton Stanton Stanton Stanton Stanton Stapleford Staples Stapleton Stapleton Starforth Starkey Starkey Starmer Start Statham Staunton Staveley Stean Steedman Steel Steele Steele Steers Steger Steggles HC Pamela Joyce ‘Pam’ HM Isobel T M Betty Eileen G Hugh Cyril Norman Edgar Edna APJ K SL MR EI SJ Barbara Binmore JW Michael Henry E Stewart RR J Barbara D Anderson

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WAAF WRNS, PO/Wren. ATS, Int Corps. P/O ATS, Royal Signals RAF, Flt Lt FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Bletchley Park November 1943 - November 1945. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA.

Sources

4 7

Twose

3N, 7, 9 9, Probably Y Service, intercept operator. 7 Cheadle. 5, Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Elmers School, Naval Section, Japanese. 3N, 4, 11, 12, Also in Singapore and Colombo. Whaddon Hall. SCU 1. War Office, London. Bletchley Park. Drayton Parslow. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block E. Commcen. Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block B, Naval Section. Forest Moor 1942 - 1944, Kedleston Hall 1944 - 1945. Radio interception. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 16, CMY. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese JN 25 naval cypher. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section. Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 10 and Block F, Air Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 9, Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G, ISK. Bletchley Park 1942. Block A (rm 109). Air Section. Eastcote December 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Berkeley Street and Aldford House. Diplomatic Section, French and German. Research Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park September 1940 - September 1941. 7 7 7 4 7, 9 4 4 11, 3N, 7 7 9, 11, 7, 11 7, 11 4, 11, 5, 9 4, 9, 3A, 7 4 4, 11, 7

Andrews

Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Army, S/Sgt. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RN, Sub Lt. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. RNVR, Sub Lt RNVR, Sub Lt RNVR, Mid. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF, Flight Officer. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss.

Janet Mary RLE JM Jack Alexander Laurence

Heddle

RAF, Plt Off. WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Army, WO II.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Stein Stening Stenning Maisie Oliphant Roma Mary Goulty Davies

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

RAF, Plt Off. WRNS

Bletchley Park 7 Bletchley Park 1942. Hut 6. Air Section. 3A, Eastcote February - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park May - 7, 11, September 1945. Japanese code book. Assisted with destruction of bombes after VE Day. Bletchley Park August 1942 - May 1945. Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G. ISK, Abwehr signals. Adstock Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park November 1944 - Spring 1945. Block B. Training on Japanese naval codes. Possibly in Colombo later. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A(N). Naval Section. Berkeley Street. CMY. Bletchley Park. Block A. Naval Section. Berkeley Street. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section, teleprinter operator. Head of teleprinter watch D in March 1945. Forest Moor. Probably intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Stanmore March to Autumn 1943, then Bletchley Park to Autumn 1945. Bombe operator, then registering and decoding Japanese signals. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park April 1942 - 1944. Block E, Commcen. Morse slip reader. 118 SWS. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park August 1944 - August 1945. Possibly Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park and Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park September 1943 - 1945. Block F(A). Air Section and JAFO. Previously at Cheadle. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator. 4, 7 7 7, 11 4, 11, 4 4, 11, 3N, 7 7 4, 11, 7, 11

Stent
Stephany Stephen Stephen Stephens Stephens Stephens Stephens Stephens Stephens

Zoe Curtis Joy Margaret K JAA EE ML Margaret May Edith PN Patricia Mary

Hetherington

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF, Sgt. ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS

Watt

Boothman

Stephens Stephens Stephenson Stephenson Stephenson Stephenson Stephenson Stephenson Stephenson Stephenson Stephenson Steptoe Stern

S Wilfred Ernest Donnington DJ Dorothy Rose Gaynor George Edward Honor JM M Marjorie Paul J Hilda Bradley Norman

FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps, Maj. WAAF, Cpl FO Civilian, Miss.

11, 7, 10, 12 11, 7 14, 7 7, 11, 11, 11, 7 4, 7, 9, 12 7 7

Army, Royal Signals. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Air Ministry Civilian, TJAO(E), Mr. WAAF

Stephenson Stone

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens A Aubrey Kenneth CRF Charles Gordon DE Dennis EM Elizabeth Geoffrey G

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion (room 39). Support Section. 2 Forest Moor and Croft Spa 1942 - 1945. HF/DF operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 7, 9 Hanslope Park c. 1940 - 1945. Probably wireless operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Block D(8). 4 Possibly Eastcote, bombe technician. 7 Bletchley Park. CMY. 9 Adstock Manor December 1943 - December 1944. Stanmore January - 7 June 1945. Bombe operator.

Army, Essex Regiment. Bletchley Park 1939. Hong Kong 1939 - September 1941. FECB. 12, Maj. Washington DC late 1941 - September 1944. Tiltman's representative in US Signals Intelligence Service, Arlington Hall. Bletchley Park late 1944, JAFO. WEC Delhi from December 1944. Benstead Floyd-Smithies WRNS WRNS, PO Wren FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mr. RAF, Fg Off. Army, S/Sgt RN, Surgeon Lt. RN ATS, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF, ACW FO Civilian, Mrs. ATS, Royal Signals WAAF, ACW FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Mansion, Hut 2 and Hut 9. Berkeley Street. Knockholt. Bletchley Park from1942. Hut 3. Probably North Crawley 1943 - 1945. Medical Officer for WRNS at Bletchley Park and nearby outstations. Colombo 1942 - 1946. Intercept operator. Kedleston Hall May 1943 - November 1944. Forest Moor November 1944 - September 1945. Wireless operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Beaumanor, Garats Hay. May 1943 - June 1945. Y operator. Bletchley Park. Block E. Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Eastcote June 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 8 and Block A. Naval Section. Bletchley Park October 1943 - May 1945. Tunny emulator operator. Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 3, Block D(3). Block F(A), Air Section, SALU. 7, 11, 7, 11 2, 4, 12 4 3A, 9 10, 7 7 7 11, 11, 10, 7 7 4, 7 7 4, 7, 11 7 4, 9, 12

Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevenson Stevenson Stevenson Stevenson Steventon Steward Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart

Gloria Patricia Kathleen Mary NPN RA W Doreen John H Vivien Joan EF M Agnes ("Nan") Anne Cherry W Christina Duff Diana R L Elizabeth Anne Elizabeth Mary

Brown

Cooper Cowper

Basden

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Stewart Georgina McCombie Walker

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park June 1944 - May 1945. Block D(6). Blisting- compiling 7 lists of signals used in composing bombe menus, particularly on those in Avocet and Vulture keys. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block F, Air Section. Member of Bletchley Park Music Society. 4 5, 12

Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart

JS Ludovic D MAP Maisie Margaret Elizabeth Margaret Woolgar Marjorie E Mary Jean Peter RM Rena Williamson Robertson Robert Rennie Donald Studley King Lenfestey Eager

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt WRCNS, L/Wren WAAF WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS RSS, Civilian, Mr. WRNS ATS Army, Royal Signals.

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7, 11 Bletchley Park 1941 - 1944. Hut 4, Block A, Naval Section, Teleprinter 7 operator. Stanmore July 1944 - August 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Stanmore July 1944 - July 1945. Bombe operator. 7 7 4, 7 7

Stewart
Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart

Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor. 7 Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7, 11 Bletchley Park January 1944 - August 1945. Block D(3), German Book 7, 9 Room. Typed deciphered signals in German. 1 SWG, Harpenden January - June 1944. 8 SWS France and Belgium 7 June - September 1944. 110 SWS, France September 1944 February 1945. Intercept operator. Chicksands, Beaumanor and Thurso. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from 1942. Block B and, Block F. Air Section. Stanmore August 1944 - Summer 1945. Block H. Colossus operator. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block D(6). Probably mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. 7 3A, 4, 7, 9, 12 7 7 7

Stewart Stewart StewartMeiklejohn Steynor Stickland Stidham Stierlen Stiff

William Johnston Yvonne Elizabeth D Mary Jane Herdman Patricia Nesta Cecily Margaret Doris M Alison Newton

Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS

Daisley Mason Goodfellow

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

Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Hut 3, code and cypher clerk. 7 Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 6, 7, 9 Capel-le-Ferne May 1942 - January 1943 and August 1943 - January 7 1944. Gorleston January - August 1943. Intercept operator, listening to German aircrew. Aldford House. Commercial Section. 4

Stileman Stiles Stiling

MA Bertha Winifred P

FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss.

Wavendon House, Berkeley Street and Aldford House, from February 2, 4, 9, 12, 1940. Commercial and Diplomatic Sections. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3) 7, 9,

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Stillman Stimson Iris Winifred Sid G

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS GPO Civilian, Mr.

Summary of Service
Stanmore May 1943 - May 1945. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14.

Sources

7 7, 14,

Stinchcombe Stirling Stiven

Owen R Elspeth L Mary Stephen Sherrard

Air Ministry Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park from August 1940. Air Section. Detached to Cheadle, returning to Bletchley Park Air Section September 1943. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss WRNS, PO Wren Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park and Gayhurst Manor September 1942 - September 1943. Eastcote September 1943 - September 1945. Bombe operator and supervisor. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park May 1944 - May 1945. Block D, Hut 6 team. Prepared incoming Enigma traffic for cryptanalysts. Bletchley Park. Block F, Air Section. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Forest Moor 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 1, Transport Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park April - November 1942. Probably Hut 9. WAAF orderly room, dealt with billeting.

7, 9, 12 4, 7, 7

Stoba Stobart Stobie Stock Stockdale Stocks Stockton Stockwell Stoddart Stokell Stoker Stokes Stokes Stokes Stokes

Connie M Audrey Clare RR Barbara Bob Mary David L Beryl Hector Janet George BE MA Reginald Claude Winifred

Bradley

WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. RNVR, Sub Lt WAAF

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

Williams

Hauser

WRNS RAF, Cpl. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. RSS Civilian, Mr. WRNS

14, Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block F. Colossus operator. 7 Chicksands. Intercept operator. 7 Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block A, Naval Section, NS VI (Technical 3N, 4, 9, 11 Intelligence) . Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, Radio Security Service, Voluntary Interceptor 1940 - 1945. Pinner. 7 Bletchley Park Spring 1944 - September 1945. Probably Block D(8). 7 Mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Briefly in probably Hut 7 dealing with Japanese codes. Bletchley Park late 1942 - 1945. Block E, Commcen. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader. 7 4, 7, 12, 7 11,

Stokes Stokoe Stone Stone

Winifred Evelyn Francis Beryl Mary DI

Marriott, later Kelly

WAAF

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park Hut 14 and Block E. Commcen, Cypher Office. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Possibly clerical support. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stoneham EM Elsie GJ Ivy Joyce M LW Louis Marion Doreen Simpson Mary

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS, L/Wren ATS, Int Corps. ATS WRNS ATS, Company Assistant.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Scarborough June - November 1943. Colombo February 1944 - April 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 5. Military Section, Italian.

Sources

Rowan

11, 7 7, 9 7 7 2, 9

Wyeth White

Army, Maj. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS

Bletchley Park. Possibly Block F, Testery. 9, 12 Bletchley Park early 1942 - late 1944. Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen. 7 Probably Typex operator. Eastcote December 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 7, 11, May - December 1945. Probably Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Checked Japanese signals before duplication and distribution, 4, 9 7 7 4, 7, 6, 11

Stonehewer-Bird F G Stonehouse Stones Stonton Stookes Storey Margaret Rose MM Kathleen June Mary Margaret E Fick Eldridge Spicer Cameron

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from 1943. Block D, Military Section. ATS, Royal Signals Forest Moor 1943 - 1945. Intercept operator. WAAF Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Teleprinter operator. FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Hut 7 Naval Section, Japanese. Hut 9, Staff Office. WAAF, LACW FO Civilian, Miss.

Dunstable January 1945 - December 1946. 7 Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6) to c. 1943. Block A, 2, 3N, 7, 9, 11, Naval Section from c. 1943, reported on German sigint successes 12 against Allied telecommunications. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6 and Block D(6), Research Section. 2, 4, 7, 9, 12

Storey Storie

Penelope Cavendish Margaret Trevor

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

Bletchley Park January 1941 - April 1943. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Mod. 4, 7 Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Later in Berkeley Street. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section. Bletchley Park June 1944 - September 1945. Block E, Commcen. Typex operator. 7, 11 7

Storkey Story Stott Stott

Jessie D Mary R Barbara Lavinia Harold Theodore

van't Hoogerhuijs Turner Christian

WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS RAF, Fg Off.

Stanmore 1943 - 1944. Bombe operator. Colombo 1944 - 1945. 7 Bletchley Park 1942 - c. 1945. Air Section, Italian and Japanese, later 6, 7, 9 JAFO. Translator.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Stott Stott Stott Stowe Joan Margaret Kathleen Letitia Marjorie NE Edmund James Edworthy Oliver Horridge Chamberlain

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Int Corps. RN FO Civilian, Chief Assistant, Mr.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park July 1944 - September 1945. Block F or H, Colossus operator. Eastcote 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator Bletchley Park. Elmers School and Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Y Service 1942 - 1946. HMS Bann, Atlantic, Mediterranean and Far East. In mobile Y Parties in Burma, Thailand and Saigon. Bletchley Park 1939 - c. 1945. Hut 8 and Research Section 1939 1940. Formed "Illicit Signals Oliver Strachey" section (ISOS) to process German Abwehr manual ciphers. Ottawa December 1941 September 1942, GCCS representative. Bletchley Park from September 1942. Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Stanmore 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Hut 11. Stanmore and Eastcote 1944 1945. Bombe operator and instructor.

Sources

7 7 4, 7, 11 7, 9 7 1, 2, 6, 9, 12,

Stowers
Strachey

Stradling Straight Strang Strang Stratford Stratton Strawson Street Street Street Strickland Taylor Stringer Stringer Stripp

Kathleen Joanna Freda Jean Pitcairn Lillian Helena Brian S FJM M D E Lumb Doreen Leslie Patrick RJ S Alan

Woodcock Steel

WRNS ATS, Int Corps. WRNS WRNS

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

FO Civilian, TJSO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry and JAFO. Army, Royal Signals, Lt Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Col. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, RE, Capt. ATS, Royal Signals. Army. FO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Whaddon Hall 1940 - 1945. SCU 1, Adjutant. Kedleston Hall and Forest Moor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Testery. Bletchley Park. Possibly Naval Section.

Brooks

ATS, Int Corps. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Mansfield College Oxford. Code and Cypher Production Unit. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park early - late 1944. Block F. Japanese Military Section. WEC Delhi, Abbottabad and Bangalore late 1945 - 1946. Japanese linguist and cryptanalyst. Galloway Greenwood ATS, Royal Signals WAAF, LACW FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mrs. WAAF Forest Moor January 1944 - June 1945. Special wireless operator. Bletchley Park from 1942. Block A, Air Section. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Communications Signals Office. Wavendon 1940. Probably Commercial Section. Bletchley Park December 1942 - December 1944. Block F. Decoding Luftwaffe signals.

Stronach Strong Strong Strover Strudwick

Elizabeth Alexena Barbara S P Eileen Barbara

7 3A 7, 9 2 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Struthers Struthers Stuart Stuart Stuart Stuart-Smith Stuart-Taylor Stubbings Stubbs Stubbs Stubbs Stubley Stuff Sturgess Suckling Sugar Sugars Sugden Sullivan Sullivan Sullivan Summer Summerfield Summers Summers Summersgill Sumner Alexander LG Daphne Margaret Eileen Veronica AC Lesley TD Mabel Annie Rita Jean Winifred Irene John Reginald Stephenson Alan C Gertrude Elsie IM Alfred Leonard E D ("Peggy") CW Helen M ("Sally") Gordon-Brown VS Graham V Edith Neville ("Sally") Bettyne Frances Esme Bates Jill V M Cynthia BI Weinbren

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RAF, Flt Lt Army, 2nd Lt.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park from 1940. Military Section, Italian. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Wavendon House 1940. Bletchley Park from October 1940. Military Section, Russian and French. Also in Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Block F, Testery. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Hut 14. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park, Probably Block E, Commcen, Typex operator. Bletchley Park August 1944 - September 1945. Probably Hut 11, bombe operator. Eastcote and Stanmore 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 9, Naval Section, Japanese. Block F(A), Air Section. Block F, JAFO. Whaddon Hall October 1944 - 1946. SCU 1. Communications engineer, working on line, radio and cypher equipment. Wavendon House, probably Commercial Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 9, Block B and Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese.

Sources

Brown FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs. WRNS Army, Maj. ATS, CSM FO Civilian, Miss.

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

Antingham Chittleburgh Thompson Terrell

WRNS WRNS Air Ministry Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps, WO. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt WAAF, LACW WRNS GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WAAF, ACW. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs.

Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. 9 Bletchley Park November 1942 - 1946. Blocks D(6) and G, SIXTA, Log 6, 7, 9 Reader on traffic analysis. Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block F, Air and Latin Sections. Bletchley Park 1942. Block A (rm 133). Air Section. Y stations, including Gorleston 1941 - 1943. Sandridge from 1940. Colombo 1943 - 1945. Decoding Japanese signals. Bletchley Park. Possibly Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader supervisor. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, ISOS. 4, 7, 11 5, 3A, 7 2 9, 7 7 7 7 4

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Sumner Sunderland Sunter Sunter Surfleet Surman Graham Vincent Edith Hilda Mary M Margaret A

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

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Eastcote 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator and checker. Bletchley Park January 1944 - November 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Robinson and Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park September 1942 - July 1943. Hut 11.Bombe operator. Stanmore September 1943 - July 1945. Bombe controller. Bletchley Park August 1941 - July 1945. Hut 7 and Block C, Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park, Gayhurst Manor and Stanmore, bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Commcen, Hut 3 and Block D(3). Teleprinter operator, later WO i/c WAAFs in Block D.

Sources

Shepherd Mashiter

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

Surridge Surtees Sussock Sutcliffe Sutcliffe Sutcliffe Suter Suter Sutherland Sutherland Sutton Sutton Sutton Sutton Sutton-Smith Swain Swaine Swainson Swale

Edith Sue Nora John William Robert UL JE Elizabeth C ("Su") JW Isabel Mary JE E Gillian Jeanette ML K M Mollie M GR Ann Maxine Marion

Brook Graham

FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WAAF, WO.

7 7, 14 2, 7, 12 3N,4,7,11, 12, 14 4 4 7 2 4, 12 4 11, 7 7 4, 7, 9 4, 7 4 4, 7 4 7

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park August 1942 - 1944. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Colombo from 1944. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS WAAF, ACW FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Painter Australian Women's Army Service Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Eastcote March 1944 - June 1945. Bombe operator. Stanmore June October 1945. Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block F, JAFO. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block H. Newmanry . Colossus operator. Wavendon House and Stanmore. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Hut 11A. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, South American. Kalinga and Mornington. Intercept operator.

Barsley

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Swales Swallow Swan Christina M Sidney Vernon Betty Stockwell Piburn

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 8 and Block D(8). Maintaining records 7, 11 of U-boat captains to assist deciphering. 4, 12,

Air Ministry Civilian, TA, Bletchley Park from 1943. Block F. Air Section. Mr. WRNS

Bletchley Park late 1941 - mid 1942. Also Stanmore, Eastcote, 7 Gayhurst Manor and Adstock Manor. Technician on bombes and other equipment. Chicksands, Typist. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Beaumanor June 1943 - February 1946. Intercept operator. Cheadle from November 1938 - 1945. Officer Commanding Cheadle Y Station. Bletchley Park. Medical Centre Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Possibly Block F. Breaking German codes. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Mansfield College Oxford. Code and Cypher Production Unit. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park from 1942. Block A and Block F, Air Section, including Japanese. 7 7, 14 7 12 7 7 7, 9 4 7, 9 3A, 7,9, 12

Swan Swan Swan Swanborough Swann Swann Swanson Swanston Swanwick Swarbrick Swarbrick Swarbrick Swatton Sweeney Sweeney Sweeting Sweeting Sweetland

Margaret Douglas Ron J Winifred Maisie WG Eric Veronica Earle W LP Barbara Margaret Peggy MV HL John Joyce J Mabel Joan Peter A O Gladys E

Paterson Holland

WAAF GPO Civilian, Mr. ATS, Royal Signals RAF, Wg Cdr Army. WAAF US Army. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. ATS, Int Corps. WAAF, Section Officer. WRNS, Chief Wren. FO Civilian, C V, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. RN FO Civilian, C V, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps. ATS, Cpl.

Ruse

Finch Sinclair

Scarborough October 1941 - August 1942. Chicksands August 1942 - 7 August 1943. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block F, Latin Section. Chesterfield Street. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Maintenance of equipment. Malta and HMS Allington Castle. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Probably Block E, Commcen. Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA and probably JAFO. Bletchley Park May 1943 - October 1945. Block F, Japanese Military Section. Assisting cryptanalysts, including entering letters on graph paper. Bletchley Park. Block D(3) Bletchley Park. Probably Block C, Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. Shenley 1943 - 1945. Teleprinter operator. Shenley. Intercept operator. 4 7 7 4, 7 7 7, 9 7

Pigram

Swell Swell Swift Swift Swift

Edgar H Freda J Jean Mary Winnifred Emma

Telford Handley

Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals ATS, Royal Signals

5, 7, 10 7 9 7 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Swindlehurst Swindlehurst Swinhoe Swinton-Lee Sword Sydney-Smith Syers Sykes Sykes Sykes Sykes Sykes Sylvester Syratt Sythes Diana Margaret Maureen Lucy Joan H Anne Polly MA Ethel DH David Alan EG ES MAT Violet Bryan Edwin ("Eddie") Margaret I Jackson

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park from October 1939. Hut 8. 2, 4, 7, 9 Bletchley Park from August 1939 Hut 6. Hut 8, Naval Section, French. 2, 4, 9, Wavendon House. 4, 7 7, 9 4, 7 4, 11, 7 11, 7 5, 12 3N, 4, 11,

Russell

Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Hut 8. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 6. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, German, and Distribution and Reference. FO Civilian, Miss. WRCNS, L/Wren Army, Royal Signals. Army, Capt. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS, L/Wren Bletchley Park March 1943 - August 1945. Typex operator in communication centre. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park. Block F and Hut 4, JAFO, Head of Registration. Bletchley Park. Block A(N), Naval Section.

Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block B, Naval Sec. 3N, 4, 11, Bletchley Park. Probably Naval Section. 7 Knockholt December 1944 - 1945. Equipment design and installation. 7 Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Probably Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. 7, 9, 11

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