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ADAMS, John

Signalman
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade

Served in 2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association from Glasgow.

Source
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 108 (1999).

ANDERTON, E.F.

Marine
CH/X 106855
Brigade Signals
Royal Marines
Marine Anderton served in 3 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association from Christchurch, Hants.
 
Sources
Commando Association newsletter 110 issued March 2000.
 

ARMSTRONG, Robert

Brigade Signals

Robert enlisted on the 12th June 1941 and then volunteered for the Commandos. After his commando training he served with the Special Service Brigade Signals Troop and 2 Commando Brigade Signals. 

AUSTEN, Alexander Fred

Company Quartermaster Sergeant (later Hon. Lt Col. )
2320292 & 360980
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
British Empire Medal (BEM)
Company Quartermaster Sergeant Alexander Austen, 1st Special Service Brigade Signal Troop, was awarded the British Empire Medal in recognition of his exemplary service [1].
Recommendation including Record of Service

BARLOW, John

Signalman
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade

2 Brigade Signals. 2 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association from Bradley Fold, Bolton
 
Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 98 (1994).

BEATTIE, Bruce Albert

Captain (later Lieutenant Colonel)
214143
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Lieutenant Bruce Beattie took part in the Normandy landings with 1 Brigade Signal Troop.
17 June 1944 assumed command of the Signal Troop after Captain Alexander was wounded.
18 June 1944 promoted Captain, Signal Troop.

BECKETT, John Arthur

Lance Sergeant
2585162
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Died on war service
Lance Sergeant John Beckett, Brigade Signals 2 Section, died in a road traffic collision along with two others. Son of Arthur John and Rosetta Matilda Beckett, of Southend-on-Sea [1][2].

BLACKLEDGE, J.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

2 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Wythenshawe, Manchester.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legions List 2.

BRETT, A.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Highams Park, London E4.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legions List 2.

BRIDGER, Leonard William

Captain Len Bridger
Captain
Brigade Signals
No 3 Commando
Royal Marines
14.05.1942 commissioned Temporary Second Lieutenant RM [1].
15.11.1942, promoted Temporary Lieutenant RM [2].
6 June 1944, 1 Special Service Brigade Signal Troop, landed with the main body of the troop at Normandy [3]

BROUGH, L.W.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Cannock, Staffordshire.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legions List 2.

BROWN, D.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Heathfield, Sussex.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legions List 2.

BROWN, W.S.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Sunderland.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legions List 2.

BROWSTER, F.

Signalman
2696113
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

Signalman Browster, 1 Commando Brigade Signal Troop, was wounded 29 April 1945 during operations in Western Europe. 
 
Sources
Casualty List / National Archives file WO417/92.

BUGGEY, P.J.

Lance Corporal
Brigade Signals

Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Chelmsford, Essex.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legions List 2.

BULL, Harold James

Lance Sergeant
2578046
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Lance Sergeant Harold Bull from Liverpool served with 2 Commando Brigade Signals. Enlisted 2 September 1939; demobbed 31 January 1946. Member of the Commando Association later residing Mickleover, Derby.
 
Sources

BURNS, Arthur Brian

Signalman
3781988
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Died on war service
Signalman Arthur Burns, Brigade Signals 2 Section, died in a road traffic collision along with two others. Son of James and Elizabeth Burns, of Haverthwaite [1][2].

CAMPBELL, H.A.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Prestwich, Manchester.

Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 3.

CHAPMAN, George William

Signalman
14220497
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Signalman George Chapman, Brigade Signals, was reported missing 25 December 1943, later reported to be a prisoner of war. He was involved in a reconnaissance raid along the coast of Gravelines, France, between Calais and Dunkirk, codenamed Hardtack 11.

CHRISTIE, Thomas John

Lieutenant
337687
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Military Cross (MC)
29 November 1944 commissioned Second Lieutenant, Royal Signals. Awarded the Military Cross for gallant and distinguished service in North West Europe during March 1945.
Recommendation

CLUBE, Gordon Murray

Lieutenant
105161
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Territorial Efficiency Medal
Lieutenant Gordon Clube served in 1 Special Service Brigade Signals [1].
  • 11 November 1939 (Private) (Artists Rifles) commissioned Second Lieutenant [2].

COSTER, R.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Plumstead, London.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 3.
 

COX, E.V.

Corporal
Brigade Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Bartley Green, Birmingham.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 3.

COX, Graham

Corporal
2586417
Brigade Signals
38v (Welsh) Divisional Signals T.A.

Corporal Graham Cox served in 1 Bde Sigs Troop Jan ’43 – Feb ’44; and 2 Bde Sigs Troop Feb ’44 - Nov ‘45. 

CUMBERLAND, D.G.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

2 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Aberdare, South Wales.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 3.

CURRIE, John Robert Sanderson

Signalman John R.S. Currie,  Commando Bde Signals
Signalman
2578032
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Killed in action or died of wounds

Signalman John Currie, 2 Special Service Brigade Signals, died during operations in Italy. The date of his death coincides with Operation Partridge. He has no known grave. Son of Daniel James Currie and Mary Jane Currie.

CURTIS, E.H.

Corporal
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
1 Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Gillingham, Dorset.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 4.
 

DAVIES, Norman

Signalman
2588380
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Killed in action or died of wounds
Signalman Norman Davies, 1 Commando Brigade Signals, was killed in action during operations in Germany. At the time of his death 1 Commando Brigade were engaged in operations near Wesel.
 
Sources

DUFFY, J.P.

Duffy 1 Brigade Signals
Corporal
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals
1 Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association from Coventry.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 4.
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 106 (1998).

DYMER, John, C.

John Dymer 1 Brigade Signals
Corporal
Brigade Signals

Corporal John 'Jack' Dymer served in 1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association residing USA. 

Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 118 issued February 2004.

FISHER, Frank, W.

Lance Sergeant
2590215
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

Lance Sergeant Frank Fisher, 1 Special Service Brigade Signals, was wounded on 6 June 1944 during operations at Normandy, France. He remained in service after the war serving in Germany and was a member of the Commando Association.

GOW, Sidney John

Lance Corporal
2370914
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals
Signalman Sidney Gow, 1 Commando Brigade Signal Troop, was wounded 29 April 1945 during operations in Western Europe. Post war member of the Commando Association from Selly Oak, Birmingham. They record his final rank attained as Lance Corporal.
 

HARRIS, C.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
1 Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing London.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legions List 6.
 

HARRISON, G.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
2 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Halifax, Yorkshire.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legions List 6.
 

HEAP, D.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
2 Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Bolton, Lancashire.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legions List 6.
 

HENLEY, W.J.

Lance Corporal
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
1 Brigade Signal Troop. Appointed Acting Lance Corporal 7 August 1944. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Willesden Green, London.
 
Sources

HERRING, David Warren

Corporal
2328065
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM)
Signalman David Herring, Royal Corps of Signals attached 51st Highland Division Signals, was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal in recognition of distinguished service after his capture in France in June 1940 [1].

HIGGINS, T.J.

Lance Corporal
Brigade Signals
1 Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association (Secretary of the Gloucestershire and Cheltenham Branch, before moving to Hereford). 
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legions List 6.

HINE, Harry, C.

Corporal
Brigade Signals

4 Special Service (Commando) Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association from Molesey, Surrey.

Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 120.

HOARE, J

Signalman
2349310
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

Signalman Hoare, 1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade Signals was wounded on 10 June 1944 during operations at Normandy, France. 

Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/77.

HUGHES, J.

Signalman
4034927
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

Signalman Hughes, 1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade Signals was wounded on 23 June 1944 during operations at Normandy, France. 

Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/77.

HURLEY, Thomas, B.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

2 Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association from Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
 
Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 87 (1988).

JAMES, Clifford Vizetelly

Lieutenant (later Major)
174099
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Military Cross (MC)
Mentioned in Despatches
Lieutenant Clifford James, 2 Special Service Brigade Signals Officer, was awarded the Military Cross for gallant and distinguished service during operations in Italy.
Recommendation
Salerno Bay 9-16 Sept. 1943.

JAMESON, Frank

Driver
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Brigade Signal Troop.
11 August 1944 evacuated to hospital from Bois de Bavant, France.
1 September 1944 rejoined 1st Special Service Brigade Signal Troop.
Post war member of the Commando Association residing Newhaven, Sussex.
 

JOHNSON, J.W.

-
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
-

Served in 2  Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association from Filey, Yorkshire..

Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 110 issued March 2000.

JONES, A.T.V.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Whitton, Twickenham.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 7.
 

JONES, Harold

Harold Jones RM
Marine (Acting Temporary Corporal)
Ch X 104562
Brigade Signals
Royal Marines
Military Medal (MM)

Marine (Acting Temororary Corporal) Harold Jones, 4 Commando Brigade Signal Troop, was awarded the MM for "gallantry, determination and great devotion to duty during assault operations at  Walcheren and Flushing whilst attached to No 4 Commando. "

KEELING, R.L.

Driver
Brigade Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Earlswood, Warwickshire.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 7.

KEITH, W.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Kings Park, Glasgow.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 7.

KENNEY, E.

Trooper
Brigade Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Brighton, Sussex.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 7.

KING, Leonard Sydney

Marine (Acting Temporary Corporal)
EX/ 3058
Brigade Signals
Royal Marines
Military Medal (MM)
Corporal Leonard King, Special Service Group Signals RM, was awarded the Military Medal for courage and enterprise in reconnaissance operations.
Recommendation

KIRKHOPE, William Adamson Forbes

Signalman (later Second Lieutenant)
7662003 and 352648
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals & Camerons
Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM)
Signalman Kirkhope, 2 Special Service Brigade Signals, was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal in recognition of gallant and distinguished service in Italy [1].
Recommendation
Gulf of Salerno 13th September 1943

KNIGHT, John E.

Signalman
2598133
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Signalman John Knight, 2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade Signals, was wounded 22 March 1944 during operations in Italy. Post war Secretary of the Birmingham Branch of the Commando Association.
 
Sources

LANCASTER, J.

Corporal
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade

2 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Liverpool.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 7.

LANGTON, R.H.

Signalman
2719401
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

Signalman Langton, 1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade Signals was wounded on 23 June 1944 during operations at Normandy, France. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Liverpool.

LAVIN, P.T.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Northenden, Manchester.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 7.

LEAHY, Arthur John

John Leahy Brigade Signals
Major (later Colonel)
63550
Brigade Signals
Royal Signals
Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
Officer Commanding the Special Service Brigade Signal Troop. 
Service History
5 Commando - July 1940 to November 1940 
3 Commando (raising Special Service Brigade Signal Section) - Nov 1940 to Dec 1940 

LEES, V.

Marine
PO/X120396
Brigade Signals
4 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Marines
4 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Cookridge, Leeds.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 7.
List of RM Commandos provided by RY (former CA Sec and CBF).
 

LEVER, J.

Lance Sergeant
Brigade Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Greenock, Renfrewshire.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 7.

LEWIS, Francis

Signalman
2574102
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Killed in action or died of wounds

Signalman Francis Lewis, 2 Special Service Brigade Signals, died during operations in Italy. The date of his death coincides with Operation Partridge. He has no known grave. Son of William and Mary Lewis, of Liverpool.

LEWIS, Hugh Howell

Lance Sergeant
2585875
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals
Military Medal (MM)
Lance Sergeant Hugh Lewis, 2 Special Service Brigade Signals, was awarded the Military Medal in recognition of gallant and distinguished service during operations at Termoli, Italy. Post war member of the Commando Association from St Mellons, Cardiff.

LEWIS, P.R.L.

Acting Lance Sergeant
2580174
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Lance Sergeant Lewis, 1 Brigade Signal Troop, was wounded on 7 June 1944 during operations in Normandy, France.
1946 Acting Police Inspector resident in Rhodesia.
Post war member of the Commando Association.
 
Sources

MANSON, Alexander Reid

Signalman
14359540
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Died in service
Signalman Alexander Manson, Special Service Brigade Signal Troop, died in the UK.

Son of William Laird Manson and Jessie Reid Manson; husband of Annie Walker Manson, of Wembley Park, Middlesex.

MCGREGOR, A.M.

Signalman
2598341
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Signalman McGregor, 1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade Signal Troop, was wounded on 8 June 1944 during operations in Normandy, France. Post war member of the Commando Association from Inverness.
 
Sources

MCKERRON, J.

Driver
Brigade Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Aberdeen.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 8.

MCLEAN, Ronald

Signalman
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
1 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association. Honorary Secretary of the London Branch from 1964 onwards for over 25 years.
 
Sources

MCNEIL, Thomas

Lance Corporal
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
2 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association residing Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
 
Sources

Commando Association newsletter 89 (1989).
Addendum to Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 90 (1990).

MCRAE, L.

Corporal
Brigade Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Huntley, Aberdeenshire.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 8.

MOORE, Thomas John

Lance Corporal
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
-

Lance Corporal Thomas Moore served in 1 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association from Poole, Dorset.

Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 110 issued March 2000.
 

MURRAY, James

Lance Corporal
Brigade Signals
Served in 1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association from Ruislip. 
 
Source
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 108 (1999).
 

NORWOOD, A.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

1 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Harrogate, Yorkshire.

Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 9.

OPHER, F.H.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

2 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing New Malden, Surrey.
 
Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 9.

PATERSON, Andrew Gray

Lance Corporal
2587316
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
Died on war service
Lance Corporal Andrew Paterson, Brigade Signals 2 Section, died in a road traffic collision along with two others. Son of Angus and Margaret Paterson, of Springburn, Glasgow; husband of Florence Paterson, of Springburn, Glasgow. [1][2].

PINKNEY, E. Alan

Signalman
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

1 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association from Felixstowe, Suffolk.

Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 85 (1987).

POLLOCK, John, S.

Signalman
14589078
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals
1 Special Service Brigade Signals. Wounded 16 August 1944 Bois de Bavant Normandy. Post war member of the Commando Association from Appleton, Oxfordshire.
 
Sources
Commando Association newsletters 98 and 102.

QUINN, A.B.

Driver
Brigade Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Carrum, Victoria, Australia.

Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 9.

QUINTON, H.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Willowdale, Ontario, Canada.

Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 9.

REEVE, A.F.

Signalman
Brigade Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Middlesborough.

Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 9.

REEVES, William George

Lance Corporal
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade

2 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association from Christchurch, Dorset.

Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 100 (1995).
[Image] CVA Gallery Bde Sigs reunion 16th July 1988.

RICHARDS, L.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

2 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Lewes, Sussex.

Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 9.

RODGERS, John, A.

Acting Temporary Captain
Brigade Signals
-
Captain John Rogers served in Special Service Group Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association from Newcastle upon Tyne.
 
Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 98.

RYAN, C.

Driver
Brigade Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing  Woodkirk, near Dewsbury, Yorkshire.

Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 10.

SANDERSON, B.

Signalman
2381922
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

Signalman Sanderson, 1 Special Service Brigade Signals, was wounded on 6 June 1944 during operations at Normandy, France. 

Source
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/77.

SAXBY, H.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Langwith near Mansfield Notts.

Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 10.

SHAW, J.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

Brigade Signal Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association last known residing Plumstead, London.

Sources
Commando Association Lost Legion List 10.

STOCKWELL, John Neville

Marine
PO/X 3716
3 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Brigade Signals
44RM Commando
Royal Marines
Killed in action or died of wounds
Marine John Stockwell, 3 Commando Brigade Signal Troop, died during operations at Kangaw, Burma. Son of Richard and Bessie Stockwell; husband of Eileen Lilian Ann Stockwell, of Shirley, Southampton.

STOKES, Albert

Lance Corporal
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
2 Brigade Signals. Post war member of the Commando Association from Taunton, Somerset.
 
Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 71 (1980).
 

WALKER, Alan

Lance Corporal
Brigade Signals
4 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
-

Lance Corporal Alan Walker served in 4 Special Service (Commando) Brigade. Post war member of the Commando Association from Camberley, Surrey.

Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 105 issued September 1997.

WALKER, J.E.

Signalman
6097424
Brigade Signals
Royal Corps of Signals

1 Special Service Brigade Signals. Wounded 16 August 1944 Bois de Bavant Normandy.

Sources
War Diary (see Linked Content below).
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/80.

WARWICK, Robert, A.

Signalman
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade

Served 1 Brigade Signals, No.6 Commando, and HOC. Post war member of the Commando Association from Plymouth, Devon.
 
Sources
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 116 (2003).

WOOLNOUGH, Bryan Owen

Bryan Woolnough 2 Brigade Signals
Signalman
2600497
Brigade Signals
2 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals
Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
Served in 2 Commando Brigade Signal Troop. 
Member of the Commando Association.
12 June 1976 Chief Inspector, Metropolitan Police, appointed M.B.E. (Civil Division).
 
Sources

WRIGHT, Duncan

Signalman
2328187
Brigade Signals
1 Special Service (Commando) Brigade
Royal Corps of Signals

Private Duncan Wright, 1 Special Service Brigade Signals, was reported wounded and a prisoner of war on 6 June 1944 during operations in Normandy France.


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