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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Army, Int Corps, Maj.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Cottage, Hut 6 and Block D(6). Head of Hut 6 Research Section in 1943 and then Chief cryptanalyst of Hut 6.

Sources

1, 2, 7,9, 12,

Babbs Baber Backhouse Bacon Bacon

Joanne L HG Barbara Copeland Dennis Norman Allon Hutt

FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block A(N). Naval Section, Records, later 4, 11 Submarines and Hydrography. 7, 9, 12

ATS, Int Corps, Junior Bletchley Park 1943. Hut 15 and Block G. SIXTA. Commander. WRNS GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian to March 1941; RNVR, Cdr.

Stanmore 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1945, Hollerith 7 operator. Dollis Hill April 1944 - April 1945. Bletchley Park April - October 1945. 7 Worked on Colossus. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Naval Section, various posts, including liaison with Admiralty, retrieving documents from captured shipping, Intelligence Staff Officer (1). Deputy Chairman , TICOM Committee from August 1945. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park 1942. Naval Section. Worked on Italian Navy Hagelin ciphers. Bletchley Park c. 1941 - 1945. Air Section, later Hut 4 and Block A(N) (room 34). Naval Section VI. Linguist in Technical Intelligence. 2, 3N, 7, 9, 11, 12,

Bacon Badrick Baggett Baghino

Pam Joan

Wyman

WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr. RAF, Sqn Ldr.

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

James Angelo

Bagshawe Bahr Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey

S Joyce Ann C Evelyn Margaret IQ Isobel JG KF LW Ronald Hugh Sylvia M

Robertson

Army, Int Corps, Capt. North Africa and Middle East 1942 - 1944. 105 and 101 SWS. ATS, Royal Signals Beaumanor 1943 - 1945. Bishops Waltham 1945. Driver, duties included delivering despatches to Bletchley Park. WRNS Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Air Section. Sandridge from 1940. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G, probably ISOS. CMY and Berkeley Street. Bletchley Park. Military Section. Kedleston Hall and 3 SWS. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park late 1944 - September 1946. Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader, D Watch.

Shackloth Williams Grise

WRNS Army, Int Corps WAAF GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Army, Int Corps. Army, Royal Signals WAAF

Bell

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Bailin Baily Baily Baily Bain Bainain Bainbridge Bainbridge Baines Baird Bairnsfather William A Doris Margaret Suzanne Patricia Isabella GW Betty Agnes Elsie J Jean Barbara Horton Marston Winn Smith Stone Littlewood

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park mid 1941 - August 1945. Blocks D and F, Hut 10. Military Section and JAFO. ATS, Int Corps WRNS WAAF Army, Capt. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. Mr WRNS ATS, Royal Signals

5, 7, 9

Melbourne. FRUMEL. 7 Bletchley Park c. 1941 - Spring 1944. Military Section, SIXTA. Collated 7, 9 information about German radio networks. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1943. Hut 11. Stanmore 1943 - c. May 1945. Bombe operator. Colombo c. May - c. August 1945. Chicksands. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 4, Hut 5, Hut 3 and Block F. Cheadle and Monks Risborough. Probably intercept operator. Bletchley Park November 1942 - December 1944. Mansion, Block E, Commcen. Morse slip reader and Rockex operator. Bletchley Park. Block B. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block A. Naval Section. Clerical duties. 7 7 5, 7, 7 7 7 7

Shennan Littlejohn

Beaumanor May 1942 - May 1943. Intercept operator against German 7 army, air force and police. Forest Moor July 1943 - May 1946. Officer i/c watch. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry. Hampstead August - November 1943. Cairo February - June 1944. Arkley March - June 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park to 1942. Hut 4 and Elmers School, Naval Section, Japanese. Berkeley Street from 1942, probably Diplomatic Section. Bletchley Park September 1942 - June 1945. Computor - engaged in decoding. 7 7 4, 11,

Baker Baker Baker

Anne Arthur Derek BA

Ridley

WRNS Army, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TA, Mrs.

Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker

Betsy May CM CP Cyril John E E ("Betty") EJ EJ Fiona Rosemary Streatfield Gladys Hilda Joyce ("Joy") JM

Mathews

WAAF, Sgt.

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

Brook

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section. WRNS Scarborough 1942 - 1943. Flowerdown 1943 - 1945. Wireless operator. ATS, Int Corps FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF, ACW. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bishops Waltham, Thurso and Chacewater. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion, room 5. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park May 1942 - May 1945. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Stanmore or Eastcote 1942 - 1943. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Cypher office.

Whatler

Hamer

Purser

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Joyce Ethel ME Margarita Mollie Kathleen NI Pat Pat Stewart Rita Helen Robert Charles Aylard

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS, PO Wren. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals WRNS WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr.

Summary of Service
Eastcote September 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park May - October 1945. Probably Hut 7, Japanese naval codes. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block A(N). Naval Section, Japanese. Forest Moor. Intercept Operator. Scarborough December 1944 - August 1945. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park 1945. Naval Section, WT interception co-ordination. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Probably Typex operator. Y Service, intercept operator. Eastcote and Stanmore 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park March 1941 - 1945. One of the first members of the Hut 6 Control Room. Hut 4, Wireless Telegraphy Co-ordination from c. 1944. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6. Bletchley Park December 1943 - August 1945. Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Worked on Japanese codes. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Block F or H, Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Cypher Office, Hut 14, Block E, Commcen Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Probably Y Service. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park July 1941 - 1945. Hut 4, Block A(N), Block D. Naval Section, WT interception co-ordination.

Sources

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

Dean Taylor

Wigens

Baker Balance Balch Balcomb Balcombe Baldi Baldock Baldock Baldwin Baldwin Baldwin Baldwin Baldwin Balen

Sheila VJ Joan E Constance M ED HJ Betty May Mary Ross Daphne Elizabeth Dorothy Gwendolen Barnetta John Peter Robert

Meyler Stevens Nishio

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

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

Turner Glenfield Child Smith

Bletchley Park July 1944 - May 1945. Block D(6). mod. Typex operator 7 decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Flowerdown 1943 - 1944. Colombo 1944 - 1946. Intercept operator. 7 7, 9 2, 4, 7, 9 10 7, 9

Army, Int Corps. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block F and Hut 4. Military Section, Japanese codes. Cpl. Army, Int Corps, Sgt. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1946. Block G, Military Section, SIXTA, Log reader, Block G, Military Section, German police. Japanese indexing. Edited camp newspaper. Chicksands Autumn 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. Mentioned in Despatches for work on German V-weapon programme. Forest Moor 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(3).

Henry

Ball Ball Ball

Albert Dora KB

RAF ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

7 7 4

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Ball Ball Ball Ball Ball Ballard M Marjorie W Muriel RN Sylvia Eileen Geoffrey Smith Paterson

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

Melbourne. FRUMEL. Melbourne. FRUMEL. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Possibly Typex operator. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A(N). FO Civilian, Miss. Australian Army

7 7 7, 9 3N, 4,

Langford

Bletchley Park February 1944 - August 1945. Probably Typex operator 7 in communication centre. 4 Aus SWS 1941, Greece, Crete and Syria. Melbourne and Brisbane 1942 - 1943, Central Bureau. Darwin, New Guinea and Philippines 1943 - 1945, Central Bureau Liaison Officer. Beaumanor November 1942 - May 1945. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator or Morse slip reader. 7

Ballard Balls Balls Balme Balshaw Bamber Bamblett Bamford Bamford Bamforth Banbridge Bancroft Bancroft Banham Banister

Vera Elsie MI Molly Gwendoline MG Auriel M PIM T Ethel Joan L Joyce Mary Kathleen Joyce Donald Marjorie Olive Ursula Stephen Michael Alvin

Fitz-Gerald Stewart

ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RM, 2nd Lt. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss.

7 9 7

Robets

Bletchley Park 1945. Naval Section. 7, 11 Eastcote June 1944 - May 1945. Bombe operator. 7 Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Naval Section, Intelligence Staff Officer (F 11, H Hinsley)'s office. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Forest Moor January 1944 - October 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 6, Block D (6), (JAFO. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1943. Hut 6. 7 7 7 4, 7 7 5, 7, 4, 7 7 2, 4, 7, 9, 12,

Baylam Carter Cumbo Dowell, later Goodall

ATS, Royal Signals ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF Army, Capt. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

White

Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section and Testery. Bletchley Park. Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS. Bletchley Park. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park December 1939 - 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Registration Section, team-leader. Later in Block F, JAFO. OC Bletchley Park Home Guard. Designer of Banister Lists, or Blists, of enemy signals, used in composing bombe menus. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Banks

Jean Morrison

Neal

Bletchley Park July 1943 - May 1945. Block D(6). Registration Room 2, 4, 7, 14 registered and listed incoming German Army Enigma signals. Later shift leader. Bletchley Park. Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Berkeley Street. Y Service. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). 3N, 4, 11 7 4

Banks Banks Bannatyne

RM Raymond Alan Janette S

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

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Banning Bannister Bant Barasch Barbary Barber Barber Barber Barber Barber Barber Barbour Barbour Barclay Bareham Barfield Renee CM Vera Eileen Clarence S BRO Betty Donald Oliver Doris Mabel John Lewis Ruth Gladys John ("Jock") William Pirrie ("Bill") Chris Albert Frederick Betty Claire ("BB") Blade Ellinor

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

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1944. Naval Section. Bletchley Park to 1945. Possibly mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Bletchley Park. US Army Signal Intelligence Service Liaison Officer. Bletchley Park. Block F. Air Section, German. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Chicksands and Beaumanor. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block D. Mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. .

Sources

Burton

7 11 7 7 4, 9 7 7 7

Medcalf Walker

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Block D(3) and Hut 14, Central Signals Registry. Later 4, 7, 12 in Chesterfield Street, probably Communications Security. ATS Army, Capt. Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park Algiers, Malta, Bizerta and Tripoli 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. Probably Berkeley Street early 1943 - mid 1944. Yugoslav and Finnish diplomatic codes. Bletchley Park. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Blocks F and H. Newmanry. Member of Colossus design team. Bletchley Park August 1943 - September 1945. Naval Section, Japanese. Worked on Japanese Navy cipher machines JN 157 and Purple. Bletchley Park August 1939 - May 1940. Naval Section. Singapore, Colombo, Mombasa, Melbourne and Pearl Harbor May 1940 - 1945. Bletchley Park February 1943 1945. Block B, and Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Identified common groups in Japanese signals to assist book builders. 6, 9 7 15 7 7 7, 6, 11, 12

Barfield Barham

C Neil R

FO Civilian, Dr. RN, Lt Cdr

6, 9 1, 12,

Barham

Constance L

Allen

FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

4, 7,

Barham Barker Barker Barker Barker

E Doreen Helen Eileen Joan GL John Allan

FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14, Cypher and Signals Offices. WRNS, PO Wren. WAAF RAAF FO Civilian, Mr. Stanmore October 1942 - August 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, teleprinter operator. 6 WU Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Probably Hut 6 and Block D(6). Maintained Typex and communications equipment.

4, 7, 7 7 7 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Barker Barker Barker Barker Barker Barker Barker Joyce Len MR Marion Maureen Helen Muriel Yvonne Prudence Gillian Kort

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

RN FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Hogg Blackwell FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Colombo 1944 - 1946. Intercept operator Bletchley Park. Block D(3) to late 1944. Naval Section 1944 - 1945. Records. Bletchley Park. Possibly mod. Typex operator. Eastcote and Stanmore to mid 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park from mid 1945. Naval Section.

10, 7 4, 11 7 7, 11

Bletchley Park 1941 - 1943. Adstock Manor and Gayhurst Manor 1943 7 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park October 1939 - c. 1943. Hut 4, Naval Section. Assistant 2, 3N, 4, 9, 12, to Head of Section, Frank Birch in 1941. Cairo from c. 1943. Bletchley Park. Possibly Block E, Commcen. Stanmore 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. 4, 7, 6, 7

Barkle Barley Barley Barlow Barlow

Lilly G I Doreen G GK Joan Mary Joan Shaw Morris

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Hamilton-Deeley WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS WAAF

Hervey Monk

Bletchley Park. Block D(6). 4 Bletchley Park May 1944 - May 1945. Block A. Naval Section, registry. 7, 11 Logged Japanese call-signs. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1943. Probably Hut 8, German Navy Enigma Processing Section. and Block A. Air section, Meteorological Subsection. Decoded German weather reports. Bletchley Park. Designed and installed document conveyor systems. Gayhurst Manor c. 1944 - 1945. I/c WRNS. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block F or H. Newmanry. Eastcote Bletchley Park. Possibly Mansion or Hut 10, SIS Codes. Bletchley Park from 1940. Elmers School. Diplomatic Section. Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 3, log-reader. Probably later in SIXTA. 7, 11

Barlow Barlow Barlow Barlow Barnard Barnard Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes

John William KM Madeleine Maureen Ken DE EL Gilbert Edward H Helen Mary Smythe Fitzgerald Riley

MOW Civilian, Mr. WRNS, 2nd Officer. WRNS WRNS Mr FO Civilian, Lady FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Sgt.

7 7 7 7 7 7 2 9

Creffield

FO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park. 7 FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section, Japanese. 3N FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Bletchley Park, Berkeley Street and Chesterfield Street 1942 - 1945. 4, 7, 11 Naval Section, Japanese, and Cover Management Section at Bletchley Park; probably Diplomatic and Communications Security in London.

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park May 1944 - November 1945,. Probably Block D. mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. . Bletchley Park. Possibly Block E, Commcen. Beaumanor October 1942 September 1945. Intercept operator. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Shenley 1943 - 1945. Forest Moor 1945 - 1946. Special wireless operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block D(6). Registration Room 1. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park. Hut 5 and Block F, Military Section. Bletchley Park April 1943 - October 1945. Hut 7 Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park 1941 - 1942, Hut 11. Adstock Manor 1942 - 1943. Eastcote 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator, possibly later controller. Bletchley Park. Possibly Military Section. Bletchley Park September 1944 - September 1945. Colossus team. Teleprinter and Tunny emulator maintenance.

Sources

7, 9,

Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnett Barnett Barnett Barnett Barnett Barnett Barnforth Barns Barnwell Barr Barr Barr Barraclough Barraclough

Joan M John Christopher Mountfort Joyce Ellen Joyce F ME N NO Nora Kathleen PE Peggy Mary MacDonald Dolan Hanson

WAAF Army, Royal Signals. WRNS ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS ATS, Subaltern. GPO Civilian, Mr.

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

Gray

Cyril DN F GE Kenneth Peter Richard David Joyce John Wintour Baldwin Dorothy FEH Muriel Robert Alan Geoffrey Skevington

Prockter

FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Bletchley Park. S 53 (b) and S 53. Army, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block G. SIXTA. WRNS FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park November 41 - March 43. Naval Section. Colombo from late 1943. RAF, Flt Lt. Bletchley Park April 1940 - 1941. Hut 8, German Navy Enigma Processing Section. .

FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Hut 6,. 7 FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park April 1940 - 1945. Huts 4 and 5 and Block A(N). Naval 2, 4, 7, 9, 11, Section. 12 FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS RSS Civilian, Mr. RAF, Wg Cdr. FO Civilian, Mr; later RAF, Wg Cdr. Bletchley Park Autumn 1944 - Summer 1945. Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park 1944. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Teleprinter operator. Later Naval Section. Radio Security Service, Voluntary interceptor, Belfast. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Linguist and interpreter. Bletchley Park June 1940 - 1942. Hut 3, Duty Officer (Watch Head). 7 4, 11 7 7 7 2, 7, 9, 12

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Barraclough Barral Barratt Barratt Barrett Margaret Anne Elizabeth Gwendolin F Russell G Alan Harry Carrier Ringe

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS WAAF Army, CSM. RAF, Flt Lt. RNVR, Sub Lt

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1944 - 1946. Probably Block A. Plotted German naval movements. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1946. Block A. Air Section, Italian translator, later Japanese indexer

Sources

7, 11 3A, 7

Bletchley Park March 1944 - November 1945. Testery, breaking high- 7, 9 grade German teleprinter ciphers ("Fish"). Bletchley Park Bletchley Park May - December 1945. Probably Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Deciphered and translated Japanese naval messages. 5, 7, 11

Barrett Barrett Barrett Barrington

DN EM Everilde H Patrick William Daines

Dalton

FO Civilian, C V, Miss. Bletchley Park ATS, Int Corps, Cpl. Bletchley Park November 1943 - July 1945. Block F. Indexing, liaison with Naval Section, study of Japanese transport systems. WRNS Stanmore. Bombe operator. FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 10, Block A and Block F, Air Section, Mr. German. Block F, JAFO. Member of Bletchley Park Drama Group. BTM Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1943. Hut 7, Block C. Drayton Parslow 1943 1945. Hollerith maintenance engineer. Sandridge 1944 - 1947. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park end 1943 - 1945. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park 1944. Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park from c. December 1940. Mansion Room 39, possibly General Support Section. Later in Hut 3.

4 7 7 3A, 4, 9, 12

Barron Barron Barron Barrow Barrow Barrow

Arthur William John Sylvia Dorcas Vera GW Jean Kenneth Lancelot Smith Cooper Marchant

7 7 7 11 2, 7, 10,

GPO Civilian, Miss. WAAF RNVR, Sub Lt FO Civilian, Miss. RN, Paymaster Cdr.

Mansfield College Oxford January 1944 - July 1946. Deputy 12 Superintendent, and (from September 1944) Superintendent of GCCS cipher production. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section, Japanese. Cheadle and Dunstable, Intercept operator. Bletchley Park November 1942 - August 1943. Block C, Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1943. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block F, Air Section. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1943. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park October 1939 - c. 1942. Head of German Diplomatic Section. Mansfield College Oxford. Code and Cypher Production Unit. 11 7 7 11, 5, 11, 7 2, 9, 12 4

Barrow Barson Bartell Bartholomew Bartlett Bartlett Bartlett Bartley Barton

R M G ("Bobby") Mary Estelle Denise J AG B Pamela Jean Patricia Marjorie KL

Judd

WRNS WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF, Flt Lt. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Clarke Brown

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Barton Barton-Tales Baseley Basham Bashford Baskerville Basnett Bass Bass Bass Bass Bassett Batch Batch Batchelder Batchelor Batchelor Batchelor Batchelor Batchelor Bate Robert R FRT Evelyn Dorothy Pauline Joyce Derek William Esm Margaret Marjorie Emma Mia Patricia Olive Elizabeth M Henry Percival Ronald George Leonard John Audrey Muriel H Roy JH Margaret PM Annie Sylvia Chance Bedford

Service, Rank or Grade, Title Army. Army, Maj. Cpl. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. GPO Civilian, Mr. Army. WRNS Army, Capt. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, PO Wren.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. GCCS representative at CBB (Central Bureau Brisbane). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Also Mansion (room 26) and Local Defence Officer Hut on ARP duties. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Possibly a driver. Bletchley Park March 1941 - October 1943. Probably Hut 3 and Block A. Teleprinter operator. Beaumanor and Chacewater 1941 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park February 1940 - April 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Analysis of Enigma reporting. Bletchley Park September 1942 - August 1945. Bombe operator. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6, Block D(6) and Block F, JAFO.

Sources

7, 9 12, 10 4, 9, 11 7 7 7 2, 6, 4, 7, 9 7 6, 14 7 2, 4, 7

Sullivan

Sandridge July 1943 - 1945. Wireless operator. 7 Dollis Hill, Stanmore and Eastcote, May 1943 - August 1945. Probably 7 bombe maintenance engineer; Bletchley Park 1943 - 1946. Block G. Log reader, German military police traffic, Japanese indexing. Edited camp newspaper. Wavendon House October 1944 - January 1946. Hairdresser. Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion (room 21). Probably Military Section. 7 7 2, 7, 10

Mansfield College, Oxford. Probably Code and Cypher production unit. 4 Bletchley Park 7 Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section, Japanese. 3N, 11 Bletchley Park September 1942 - June 1944. Gayhurst Manor June - 7 December 1944. Eastcote January - July 1945. Bombe operator, later supervisor. Colombo July - December 1945. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 8, German Navy Enigma Processing Section. . Bletchley Park November 1944 - June 1945. Block D(6). Probably Registration Room, initial sorting of incoming signals, Eastcote and Stanmore 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. 7 9 10 7 7

Pulley

Bateman Bateman Bateman Bates Bates

Hermione MD Maria H Gweneth Mary ("Wendy") Rosemary WatsonSimpson Willcox

WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS WRNS

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Bates Bates Bateson Batey WL Ann Judith John Keith Nicholson

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RN, Lt. Mr. WRNS

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park and Wavendon House. Diplomatic Section. Stanmore 1943 - 1944. Bombe operator. Colombo 1944 - September 1945.

Sources

5, 10, 7 2, 4, 7, 9, 12,

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park July 1940 - October 1945. Hut 6 July 1940 - 1941. Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G July 1941 - November 1945. ISK. Cryptanalyst. Barden Horwood FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, L/Wren Australian Army RSS Civilian, Miss WAAF Bletchley Park 1941 - 1942. Block D(3) and Hut 14, Traffic Office. Bletchley Park January - August 1941. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park June 1944 - July 1945. Blocks F and H, Newmanry, worked on computing settings for Colossus. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Radio Security Service, Voluntary interceptor. Bletchley Park late 1942 - late 1945. Block E, Commcen, wireless operator/Morse slip reader.

Bathgate Batley Batley Batterham Battersby Battersby Battey Battle Batty Battye Battye Baudouin

Peggy Iris Kathleen Violet Brian David Agnes Edna Norah P Violet Rosaleen Margaret Mary DE Audrey Patricia Valerie Roger

4, 7 7 7 6, 7 7 7 5A, 7 7 4 7 5, 7 7, 12, 14

Mountford Giles

ATS, Int Corps, Junior Bletchley Park. Hut 4, Block F and Hut 10. Commander. Dodd ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Cauthery Forest Moor 1943 - 1946. Intercept operator.

Chesterfield Street. Bletchley Park. Teleprinter operator. ATS, Int Corps, Junior Bletchley Park November 1942 - August 1946. Hut 6, Block D(6). Commander. Italian and German ciphers. French Air Force, Capt. Bletchley Park Spring 1940 - c. 1943. Air Section, Italian high grade ciphers. Bletchley Park liaison officer to Free French sigint organisation. To Algiers in 1943. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF RNVR Army, Int Corps, Capt. WRNS FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. WRNS, L/Wren ATS, Int Corps Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 14 Traffic Office, Hut 4 WTC. Also Block F, Air Section, map room. Cheadle and Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Probably Air Section.

Bauman Baumann Bawden Bax Baxendell Baxter Baxter Baxter

M L A (Elizabeth) Muriel Leighton ("Patricia") Charles Roskelly Rodney I S Margaret Alexander Morrison Eileen H Joyce Sybil

4, 7 7

Bletchley Park January - April 1944. Colombo June 1944 - end of war. 7 Translated decoded Japanese naval messages. Bletchley Park. Block G, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1945. Naval Section. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Chinese. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block D(3). Probably Military Index, card index of information on German units and personnel. 5, 7, 9 7, 11 4, 12, 7, 11 7

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Int Corps, Subaltern. Army, Lt. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS WRNS

Summary of Service
Eastcote and Stanmore July 1944 - July 1945. Bombe operator. Dollis Hill, August 1941 - August 1951. involved in testing Tunny emulator and Colossus. Wavendon House. Probably Commercial Section. Bletchley Park January 1943 - early 1946. Hut 4 and Block F. Military Section, Japanese Sub-section. Clerical support, later deciphering. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block A, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park c. 1944 - 1945. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park 1942 - c. 1945. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block F and H. Newmanry, Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Block F or H. Newmanry. Bletchley Park September 1944 - March 1945. Probably Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Arkley. Radio Security Service. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Bletchley Park. Hut 7. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Spanish and Near East. Bletchley Park September 1942 - February 1943. Gayhurst Manor February 1943 - Spring 1945. Stanmore Spring 1945. Bombe operator, later teleprinter operator.

Sources

Baxter
Bay Bayley Baylis

Margaret Frances Gordon Arthur LH Elizabeth Mary

Findlay

7 7 4 7

Thomson

Baynes Baynham Beach Beach Beach Beacock Beacom Beak Beal Beale Beale-Collins

J Peggy K Doris MC Peggy Kathleen Margaret Williams James Cecil Percival G M JM Barbara

Jones Nidd Leftwich

3N, 11 7, 11 7 7 7 7, 11, 7 5, 7, 10 4 4 7

Heath

Carter

Army, Capt. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS

Beales

Gladys Alice Ellen

Roberts

FO Civilian, Miss.

Bletchley Park April 1942 - June 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Probably 7 mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Melbourne. FRUMEL. 109 SWS from January 1944. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Air Section. Bletchley Park October 1940 - 1946. Mansion (room 3) 1940. Hut 10 1940 - 1942. Block A (room 134) 1942 - August 1943. Block F August 1943 - 1946. Air Section, including Luftwaffe tactical codes. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Eastcote and Bletchley Park June 1944 - September 1945. Bombe operator, later in Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Teleprinter operator. 7 7 7 2, 3A, 7, 9

Beamish Bean Bean Beane

A Derek Jessie I

Wright

Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss. Air Ministry Civilian, Miss.

Beanie Beard Beardmore Beare

Zoe Dorothy Constance Muriel Joan

Ginnever Perkins

WRNS ATS, Int Corps WRNS FO Civilian, Miss.

7 7 7, 11, 7

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Bearman Beasley Beasley Beaston Beaton Julia Elizabeth Anne FM AFN Irene May Noakes

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, C II, Mrs. RN, Lt Cdr. Cpl. Lt. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park May 1944 - June 1945. Probably Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park 1940 -1941. Hut 4, Naval Section. Cryptanalyst. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 5. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block A, Naval Section. Plotted German and Japanese ships, submarines, minefields etc from information in signals. Eastcote January 1944 - December 1946. Bombe operator to May 1945. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1943. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Stanmore October 1942 - February 1943. Colombo 1945 - 1946. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block A, Naval Section, Head of NS V, communications and crypto-intelligence. Kedleston Hall 1942 - 1945. Eastcote March - December 1943. Gayhurst Manor December 1943 May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park May - August 1945. Japanese decoding. Probably bombe operator. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Alexandria. Intercept operator. Brisbane. Central Bureau. Bletchley Park Summer 1942 - 1945. Hut 8, Block D(8). Naval Enigma Decryption Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945, Hut 3, Block D(3). Typist, supervised clerical support. Bletchley Park August 1941 - April 1946. Hut 14 and Block E, Commcen, Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park. Bombe operator. Mombasa, Ceylon and Singapore, Japanese ciphers.

Sources

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

Beatt Beauchamp Beaumont Beaumont Beaver Beavis Beavis

Jean Isobel Mary Patricia Everilde John Montgomery Joan Barbara Mary Margaret

Griffiths Leatham Barrett

WRNS WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. Cpl. ATS, Royal Signals WRNS

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

Bostock Graham

Beavis Beck Beck Beck Beck Beck Becket Beckett Beckett Beckett Beckett Beckett

Pat Anne Barbara MEL Stanley Sybil Joan Dorothy J Gladys Kathleen Elsie Margaret Meryl Annie Madge Percy John Harry

Hart Bromage

Brady Cross Lewis

WRNS WRNS WRNS WRNS, L/Wren RN WAAAF FO Civilian, Miss.

7 7 7 11, 7 6, 7 7, 11 7 4, 7, 10 7, 9 7

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Witchell Van Eek FO Civilian, Mrs. WRNS RAF Army, RA, Lt Col.

Beckhough
Beckingham

Chicksands. 7 India 1941 - early 1942, Abbottabad, Training Course. Heliopolis early - 7 late 1942, India and Burma late 1942 - August 1945, WEC Delhi and OC Intelligence School C, Calcutta. Bletchley Park c. 1942 - 1946. Block F, Testery. 7, 9

Charles Fraser

FO Civilian, Mr.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Beckley Beckman Beddington Beddoes Bedford Bedford Beeby Beech Beech AE William Thomas Carol Patricia Jeanne Muriel Rosina ("Spuddy") Terry Oriel Jean Doris Jean Douglas

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS US Army, Maj FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS GPO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Decoder. Bletchley Park to 1945. Hut 9A, Elmers School, Hut 16, Block G. Probably ISK, Abwehr codes and traffic analysis. Eastcote July 1944 - December 1945. Bombe operator. Cupar 1944 - 1946. Wireless operator, undulator reader. Bletchley Park. Possibly SIS Station X. Eastcote May 1944 - July 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block C, Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park August 1944 - June 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Colossus Mk I and Mk II operator.

Sources

Lobb Curry Jones

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

Verkerk Prest Bentick

Beecher-Goater Pamela Avril Beeching Beegan Brenda Mary Margaret

Gayhurst Manor 1944. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park Naval Section 7, 11 January 1945 - February 1946. Eastcote. Bombe operator. 7 FECB, Singapore 1939 - 1941. Bletchley Park February 1942 - August 6, 7 1945. Hut 7 and Block B. Decoded and instructed on Japanese codes. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Hut 8, German Navy Enigma Processing Section. . Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Broadway. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park Block C. Bletchley Park. Military Section. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen, WTC/TA.. Eastcote November 1943 - January 1944. Gayhurst Manor January 1944 - June 1945. Bombe operator. Forest Moor 1944 - 1945. Y operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 15. Air Section. Chicksands 1944 - 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from February 1942. Naval Section. Bletchley Park March 1944 - August 1945. Block F, Testery. Tunny emulator operator. Bletchley Park November 1943 - September 1945. Japanese naval decoding. 7 4 4 11, 7 5 4 7 7 3A 9, 7 11, 12, 7 3N, 7

Court

Beeley Beer Beerman Beesley Beesley Beeston Begg Begg Beighton Beil Beksey Belcher Belfield Bell Bell

Kathleen M ER JE Laurie AFN AG Ann Estella Joan Betty Joan Joyce FB Agnes McLean Betty Foot

WAAF FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, Mr. Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. WRNS ATS, Royal Signals WAAF, ACW WAAF RN, Lt Cdr ATS, Int Corps WRNS

Roots Ellis

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bellairs Bellamy Bellamy Bellamy Bellamy Bellamy Bellchambers Bellinger Bellingham Bellingham Bellingham Bellis Belsey Cara M H Elizabeth Elizabeth K Ernest L Florence Margaret GA John Magnay ("Dinger") Joshua Kathleen Evelyn Margaret Norah Mary Muriel Nan R Ronald SEM Sylvia Guy Betty Margaret Cicely Joan RLG

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

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Hut 14, Hut 4, and Hut16, CMY. CMY Berkeley St. Forest Moor May 1944 - May 1946. Y operator. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park July - November 1945. Research assistant on history project.

Sources

Nawoyski US War Department Civilian, Mr. Abraham FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Mr. RSS Civilian, Mr. Barwell Walton WAAF ATS, Royal Signals WAAF, Sgt. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF WRNS, 2nd Officer. WRNS Army, Lt. Col WRNS, Chief Wren

4, 7, 9 7 7, 9 7

Bletchley Park October 1943 - August 1944. Communications Signals 7, 9 Office. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Whaddon and Middle East from 1939. Radio Security Service, Northern Ireland, Voluntary interceptor. Bletchley Park. Typist. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1942. Teleprinter operator. Hanslope Park 1944 - 1946. DF and intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block F, Testery. Eastcote Chicksands. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Stanmore. Bombe operator. War Office Signals Directorate 1941 - 1944. Planned and managed world-wide Army Wireless Chain carrying Y traffic. 7, 9 7 7 7 7 6, 7 6, 7, 9 7 7 7 3N 5, 7 7 7 7 7 7 4

Savage

Cowdrey Siddall Melman

Clophill Jan 1942 - Nov 1943. Bletchley Park ATS, Royal Signals Forest Moor 1944 - 1945. Y operator against Luftwaffe in Italy. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section. Hut 10, Eastern European Section. Army, Sgt. GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Bletchley Park. Possibly SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Bletchley Park 1940 - c. 1945. Security Officer.

Frank F W James C Jean Teale Jean Teale MJ Jo Joan Winifred

9 14 2, 9, 12 10, Wavendon House from January 1940. Later Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and 2, 4, 9 Block D(3). SOTB Trowbridge January 1942 - January 1943, Douglas January 1943 - September 1945. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7 7, 9 7, 11

Davenport

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Belson Belton Belton Benenson Beney Benham Benham Benison Benjamin Benn Bennet Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett Olive G BM Charles G Peter James George EM Ronald L

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS WRNS, L/Wren RN Army, Int Corps, RSM. RN FO Civilian, C V, Mrs. RN, Lt; later FO Civilian, B III, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RNVR, Capt. WAAF, Sgt. ATS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Alexandria and Italy. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block F, Testery. Cryptanalyst on high-grade German teleprinter codes ("Fish"). Colombo. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 8; Hut 4 and Block A(N), Naval Section. Later in Block F, Latin Section. Bletchley Park. Block A, Naval Section. Also in Block D(3). Bletchley Park 1942. Block A (room 118). Air Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Brisbane. Central Bureau. Colombo. OC Signals Distribution Unit. Bletchley Park from 1941. Block A (room 126). Air Section. Probably Y Service. Intercept operator.

Sources

7, 11 11, 7 6, 7, 12, 14 7 4 3N 4, 5, 7 3A, 9 3N, 6 7 6, 7 3A, 9 7

K Noni R Christine Dorothea Helene Edith M F Edith R ("Benny") Becker Edwards, later Bell

Bletchley Park December from 1939. Hut 3. 6, 7, 9 Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 3, Block D(6). Indexed and translated 4, 7 deciphered German signals. Bletchley Park March 1943 - November 1945. Probably Hut 7. Worked 7, 10, 11 on Japanese Naval Attach book ciphers, Coral(JN20), and JN10 11, 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 4

WRNS, L/Wren

Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett

GM HM Jane KM Leslie James Lyndon Felvus

Gus

FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park from 1939. Hut 3 and Block D(3). ATS, Int Corps, Junior Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Military Section SIXTA. Commander. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, South American.

Army, Int Corps. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 7, 10 FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Hong Kong and Singapore 1939- August 1941. FECB. Bletchley Park 4, 7, 9, 12, Mr. August 1941 - 1945. Block A and Block F. Air Section, later JAFO. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park 1944 -1945. Probably bombe operator to May 1945. Hut 7, 11 7, Naval Section, Japanese May - August 1945. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 4. 4, 7, 10 7 4, 10,

Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett

Margaret Elizabeth Margaret M Muriel Jenny Peggy J

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Bennett Bennett R Ralph Francis

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Army Adviser, later 7, 9, 12, 15 Duty Officer, responsible for Hut 3 ULTRA reporting. Cairo October 1942 - March 1943. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Possibly Block C, Hollerith operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Block F, Testery. 7 Bletchley Park April 1943 - August 1944, Hollerith operator. Knockholt 7 August 1944 - June 1945. Teleprinter operator. 2 4, 7, 7

Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett Benning Bennison Benson

Ruth S Vera Jessie Y Margaret Osla Joseph Kenneth Michael Langton Kathleen Elizabeth Hugh W

Kingston

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss.

ATS, Int Corps, Section Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 3. Leader. Henniker-Major FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF FO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 4, Block A(N). Naval Section. Bletchley Park May 1943 - April 1944. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader.

Bedford late 1943. ISSIS, Japanese course. Bletchley Park 1944. Hut 7, 11 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Colombo 1944 - 1945. Cryptanalyst on Japanese codes JN 20 and JN 25. Bletchley Park July 1944 - August 1945. Block D(3). Air Index. 4, 7

Benson Benstead

Fraser

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

Bletchley Park July 1941 - August 1945. Block A, Naval Section, 3N, 7, 12, German and Japanese naval communications. Head, Central WT party of NS VJ. Chief Intelligence Officer of Naval Section, 1945. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Probably Block A. Naval Section. Colombo 7 1945. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section, Japanese. 7 Forest Moor. Intercept operator. 7 Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Probably Block A. Naval Section. Colombo 7, 11, 14 1945. Bletchley Park from July 1941. Mansion and Hut 4, Naval Section, including maintenance of NS VII Special Intelligence Diary. 3N, 4, 11, 12,

Bentley Bentley Bentley Bentley Bentley Bentliff Benton Bentwich Benwell Bere Berends Beresford Beresford

Brenda Betty Jimmy Mary Louisa Naida Joan Peter George PGR Kenneth C Bruce H Dennis Joan Marjorie Alan Arthur Beatrice Elisabeth Hugh

Lang

WRNS Army, Int Corps. ATS, Royal Signals WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Mr. RN, Midshipman. FO Civilian, Mr. RAAF Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Army, Royal Signals. WRNS

Christie

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11 Bletchley Park September - November 1940. Mansion. Assistant Head 7 of SIS Codes 2 WU and 6 WU. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park June 1942 - June 1943. Hut 7, Hollerith operator. Harpenden and NW Europe. Intercept operator. Flowerdown 1944 - 1946. Intercept operator. 7 7 4, 7 7 7 9,

Street Robertson

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Beresford-Pierse Lilian B Bergan Bernard Berner Berriman Berry Berry Berry Berry Berry Berry Berry Berryman Berryman Berryman Berthoud Berthoud Bertie Bertie Beruldsen Best Best Best Bestrell Beswick John Sidney ("Spike") JM Eileen L Mary Constance Anne Evelyn Georgina J ML Margaret Cynthia Mary Violet Gibbons AFF Flicit ("Flip") PGAJ Celia M Oliver C OR Patricia Sylvia Mary Gertrude ("Beryl") Mary W VM Jeanne Arthur Wilson English Stephenson Cox

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF RAF, Sgt. WRNS WRNS WAAF FO Civilian, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Berkeley Street. Chicksands 1941. Heliopolis 1942. Alexandria, Malta and Italy 1942 1943. Intercept operator.

Sources

4, 7, 10 7

Dodd Rock

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, Bletchley Park September 1944 - August 1945. Probably Hut 7, Naval 7, 11 Section, Japanese. Eastcote late 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen, Wireless operator/Morse slip reader, D Watch. 7 7

Hutchins

Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Communications Statistics Section, typist. 7, 9 Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 4. Heliopolis. Italian codes. Bletchley Park and Whitehall. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park September 1944 - September 1945.Block A, Hut 7. Japanese naval codes. 7 11, 7 7 7 11, 7 4, 11, 3N, 4, 7, 11, 5, 6, 7 2 7 7 7 7 4 7 3N, 4, 7

WRNS Ivey Wills WAAF WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss.

Nesham

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Hut 4 and Block B, Naval Section, NS II. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion (room 5). Possibly teleprinter or telephone operator. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS Mansfield College Oxford late 1943 - early 1944. Code and Cypher production unit. Gayhurst Manor 1942 - 1943. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1946. Bombe operator.

Gayhurst Manor 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Knockholt. WAAF Bletchley Park. Probably Air Section. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park May 1943 - July 1945. Block A May 1943 - March 1945. Hut 7 March - July 1945. Naval Section, Japanese codes.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Beswick Beryl Cubitt Lawry

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park July 1944 - July 1945. Probably Block A. Naval Section. 4, 7 German manual codes, later researched and indexed captured documents. Bletchley Park. Hut 6, Block D (6). HMS Versatile, North Atlantic, April 1944 - May 1945. Intercept operator. 4 10, 7

Bethell Betsford Bettell Bettington Betts Betts Betts Betty Bevan Bevan Bevan Bevington Bevington Bewley Beynon Beynon Bickerstaffe Bickle Bicknel Bicknell Biddell Biddulph Bide Bidleston Bielby

M GA Alan June Alfred Dorothy Jeanne LJ Frances Ellis Aubrey John Polly Sonia Betty Pam R Arnold Howard ("Ginger") John E E Henry Jim Sally G RL GMR MG Nigela Edna Wilkinson

WRNS GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. RAF FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS RN RAF, Sqn Ldr. Army, Capt. RAF RAF FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS, 2nd Officer

Flowerdown January 1943 - February 1944. Intercept operator. Clophill 7 March 1944 - September 1945. DF operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Typist. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Chicksands. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6. Probably Bletchley Park and Stanmore. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 10, SIS Codes. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 6, Block D(6) and Block F(JAFO). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Flowerdown and Cheadle, 1943 - 1945. Telegraphist (Special Operator) Bletchley Park October 1942-April 1943, Block A, Air Section, RAF Senior Officer Administration. Bletchley Park 1945. Military Wing, Adjutant. Whaddon Hall January 1940 - February 1942. SCU 1. Wireless operator. Cheadle Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Bletchley Park. Hut 11a. Probably OC a watch of bombe operators. 7, 14 7 4 7 7 2, 7 7 7 2, 4, 7, 11, 7 3A, 12, 12 7 7 4, 7 5, 2, 9 4, 7, 10 9, 7

Duguid Twining Duff Birch

Miall

Army, Capt. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 3. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 3, Block D.

FO Civilian, Miss.

Drayton Parslow. Hollerith operator.

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park October 1942 - January 1945. Block A(N) and Hut 7. Naval Section, German Sub-section; from October 1943 headed research on Japanese naval call-signs. RN ATS, Int Corps RAF, Cpl. Alexandria February 1943 - August 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section SIXTA. Bletchley Park early 1942 - August 1945. Block E. Introduced and supervised Morse slip reading facility. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park June 1942 - December 1945. Elmers School. Italian, Balkans and Japanese sections. Bletchley Park and Wavendon House. Cypher Office and Stationery.

3N, 4, 10, 12,

Biggart Biggart

Biggart
Biggins Biggs Biggs Bigwood Bijur Bilbrough Bilby Biles Biles Bill Billington Billington Billinton Bindon Bingham Bingham Bingley

David Mollie W Stephen Alexander J Robert A CEB Joy Audrey William Sheila Margaret Edna John Harvard JEL AM DE William Charles Richard Pamela JV Clare M Wilfred Stella Huguette Annie Phyllis Barrow Russ Ashton Hood Fresco-Corbu Kernick Harrison

7 7, 9 7 7 7, 15 4 3A, 7, 9, 14, 7, 12 7 7 4, 9, 12, 4 4, 7 3A, 9, 12, 7 7 2, 4, 7 4 7 7 7 7

Army, RASC. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WAAF, Sgt. US Army, Lt. WRNS

Bletchley Park from October 1942. Block A (room 107). Air Section. Bletchley Park from August 1943. Block D(6). Air Section. Stanmore 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park or Drayton Parslow. Probably Hollerith operator. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park February 1941 - 1944. Hut 4. Naval Section. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Possibly Block A, NS VI. Worked on captured documents. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. RAF, Sgt. RAF, Sgt. WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RN WRNS ATS, Royal Signals WAAF Bletchley Park. Hut 18 and Block G, ISOS. Bletchley Park from 1942. Hut 10 and Block A, Air Section. Cheadle and Bletchley Park. Air Section, on German codes. Flowerdown 1944 - 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Scarborough, Flowerdown, Southwold and Folkestone 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Scarborough March 1943 - November 1945, detached to Bletchley Park April - July 1944. Eastcote September 1944 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Forest Moor January 1943 - September 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park April 1943 - February 1945. Cook.

Larmour

Binnie
Binning Binns

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

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park September 1939 - 1945. Hut 4 and Block A, Naval 1, 2, 3N, 7, 9, Section. Head of German Naval sub-Sect September 1939 - mid 1941, 12, then Head of Naval Section until end of war. Appointed Deputy Director (Naval Section) (DD(NS)) 1 March 1944. 7 7 4, 12 9 4 7 7 7 4 7, 9 7 7, 11 9 4, 7 4 7 7 4 11, 7 7 1, 2, 4, 7

Birch Birch Birch Bird Bird Bird Bird Bird Bird Bird Bird Birkby Birley Birley Birse Birtles Bisgood Bish Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop

Marjorie Peggy Vera Benedicta D E Freda Gladys Mary Hilda LM Nancy Patricia Mary Barbara J Benjamin J Maxine F EM Jean Jeane Mary G AH Constance Joan Eileen Jean Marguerita Sydney NH Nora Helen P Penelope Beatrice

Manwaring

FO Civilian, Miss.

Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Bletchley Park. Possibly Block D(6). FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park from 1939. Hut 4. Naval Section, Spanish Subsection mid-1940. Later in Intelligence Exchange. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, C V, Miss. ATS, Int Corps WRNS WRNS, L/Wren Army, Maj. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WAAF WRNS, PO Wren FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park Block E, Commcen. Possibly cipher clerk. Shenley, Knockholt, Kedleston Hall, Beaumanor. 1943 - 1945. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Possibly Typex operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 14. Central Signals Registry. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Hut 11. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block F or H. Newmanry. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Block G, Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Block D(3). mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. . Stanmore December 1942 - August 1945. Bombe operator, later PO i/c of 8 bombes. Bletchley Park. Hut 9, probably Administration Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Y Service. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1941. Hut 7. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Mansion, Hut 5 and Block B(N), Naval Section, Italian.

Wilkinson Adamson

de la Falaise

Evans

Taylor Jackson

FO Civilian, C IV, Miss. Bletchley Park, Wavendon House , Berkeley Street and Aldford House. 2, 4, Diplomatic Section, Spanish and South American. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park from October 1940. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. 9 11, 4, 7, 11, 12

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Bishop Bishop Bishop Bishop Bispham Bissett Bittleston Blaber Blachford Blachford Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Blackadder Blackburn Blackburn Blackburn Blackburn Blackburn Blacker Blackford Black-Hawkins Peter Lombardini ("Bish") Vera WIE ZM Elizabeth Mary Gladys F A Nigella Rosalind William Allan Cora Winifred Diana M Elsie Helen S B Ingrid JM James Alexander Edmond Peggy Sheila V IR DG Gladys M K RE RHA Carmen E Noreen Lister

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RN FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Int Corps. Australian Army FO Civilian, Mr. ATS Int Corps

Summary of Service
Windy Ridge. SCU 1.

Sources

7 7 4 7, 11 7 7 4, 7 7 6, 7 12 7 7, 11 7 3A, 4, 9, 7 4, 10,

Jenkins

Bramhall

Bletchley Park Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. cypher office. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Eastcote March 1944 - August 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Typex operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 8 and Block D(8). Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Possibly JAFO. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Office Keeper. Bletchley Park June 1943 - October 1945. Japanese section. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A(N), Naval Section. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Probably Block C, Hollerith operator. FO Civilian, TJAO (E), Bletchley Park. Mansion, Hut 10, Hut 3 and Block F(A), Air Section. Mrs. Block G, SIXTA. ATS, Int Corps FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Air Ministry Civilian, TSAO, Mr. ATS WRNS Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Wavendon House and Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G, ISK. Also in Huts 6 and 9.

Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 8 and Block F. Naval Enigma. Hut 10, 2, 3A, 4, 7, 9, Air Section. Block F, JAFO. 12 Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Newmanry. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Hut 4. Scarborough and Flowerdown. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Block B(N). Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park October 1941 - May 1945. German Book Room. Hut 3, Block D. 7 7 7 4 7 7, 11, 7, 9 9 4 4, 7 4, 7 12,

Glennon FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Cliff WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss.

WAAF, Section Officer. Bletchley Park c. 1941 - 1942. Probably Hut 9. OC WAAFs.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Black-Hawkins Blackman Blackman Blackwell Bladen Blagden Blagg Blagrove Blaikley Blair Blair BlairCunynghame Gladys Elizabeth John L James Ogilvy ("Hamish") Wilkins CD DWW Stella Joan Nancy Violet Ethel Esther June Francis James Edith Gordon Pitt Pember Carney

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Block F, Military Section, German Police. Also SIXTA. Army, Capt. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS, Superintendent. WAAF, Assistant Section Officer. WRNS Bletchley Park . Assistant to the Bletchley Park Local Defence Officer in January 1944 Bletchley Park c. 1941 - 1945. Chicksands. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1944. Telephonist. Probably Adstock Manor, bombe operator. Sandridge. Intercept and teleprinter operator. Walton Hall and Bletchley Park, Hut 11b May 1944 - September 1945. OC all WRNS at Bletchley Park and bombe outstations. Bletchley Park. Block A (room 116). Air Section.

5, 7, 9 12, 7,14, 7 7 7 7 9, 12 3A

Brind

Flowerdown July - October 1943. Colombo January 1944 - November 7, 11 1945.

Army, Capt. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3). 5, 7 Army, Int Corps, Lt Col. London 1940 - July 1941, Traffic Analysis. Beaumanor July 1941 4, 7, 9, 12 early 1942, 6 IS. Bletchley Park early - September 1942, SIXTA. North Africa and Italy September 1942 - May 1944, OC 5 IS. Bletchley Park May - October 1944, GCCS LO to SHAEF. Italy October 1944, GCCS Sigint LO to AFHQ. Richards Birch WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Army. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park and Drayton Parslow 1941 - 1945. Hollerith operator. Gayhurst Manor 1941 - 1943, Stanmore 1943. Bombe operator Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). 11, 7 7 7, 9 4, 7 5 5 7 7 7, 9 7

Blake Blake Blake Blake Blake Blake Blake Blake Blake Blake Blake

DV Dorothy Eileen Joan ("Blakie") George Joan M KMH KN Kathleen Grace Kenneth Legerton Mary V Ruth

ATS, Int Corps, Junior Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section. Commander. Army, Capt. Cook ATS, Royal Signals RAF, LAC. ATS, Int Corps FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section. Hut 5, Security of Allied Cyphers. Beaumanor April 1943 - February 1946. Intercept operator. SCU 1 c. 1943 - 1945. Wireless operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park January - December 1942. Mansion and Hut 3. Typist and clerical support.

Goodwin

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Blakemore Blaker Blampied Blanchard Bland Blandford Blandy Blandy Blane Blank Blashill Blatchford Blayney Blea Bleakley Blease Blenkinsop Blinks Bliss Blomefield Blondell Blood Bloom Bloomer Bloomfield Bloore Bloxham Bluck Blum Blundell Monica F D

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

ATS, Int Corps, Junior Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Block F, Military Section. Block F and Hut 4, Commander. JAFO. WAAF, Assistant Section Officer. Bletchley Park. Block A. Air Section. Bletchley Park. Block A. Air Section. Bletchley Park from September 1943. Probably Block E, Commcen, Typex operator. Gayhurst Manor July 1944 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1944. Probably German translator. Bletchley Park 1943 - May 1944. Hut 10. SIS Codes. Bletchley Park January 1940 - c. 1945. . Hut 6 and Block D(6). . 103 SWS 1942 - 1947. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park from 1940. Elmers School, Diplomatic Section, officekeeper. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park from February 1942. Hut 9. Staff office.. 1 WU and 5 WU. Intercept operator. Beaumanor February 1942 - July 1945. Intercept operator. Stanmore 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Possibly SIS Station X. Bletchley Park and Stanmore. Bombe operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Bletchley Park. Block F. Testery. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Mansion and Hut 8. Berkeley Street. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Forest Moor 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park October 1944 - 1946. Block A. Naval Section. Disseminated naval intelligence, Bletchley Park. Possibly Block F, Testery. Cupar June 1944 - March 1946. Wireless operator.

5, 7, 9 3A 3A 7 7 7, 10 7 2, 4, 7 7 7, 9 7, 11 2, 9 4 4, 12, 6, 7 7 7 11, 11, 7 7 7 6, 7, 7, 9 4 11, 14, 7 7, 11, 7 7

Doreen Jean Helen Thomas Helen Enid Mary M Elizabeth CB David A Marjorie Edith AR MJ Raymond Leonard Jack Ashton Morse Ron Leila Frances KV AJ Rowan Barbara J William William C JI Margaret J Yvonne Sheila Helen Solly Pauline

Brown Reid Lemon Smith

WAAF, ACW. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Army, Royal Signals. US Army. WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. RAAF Army, Royal Signals. WRNS WRNS RN, PO. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS

McGovern

Batchelor

Ambrose Bouyer

Thomas Butterworth

Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS ATS, Royal Signals WRNS

Fletcher

GPO Civilian, Miss.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Blunden Jean Barbara Labrum

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS

Summary of Service
Gayhurst Manor August 1943 - May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park June - December 1945. Probably Naval Section. Japanese callsigns. Wavendon House. Bombe operator. Probably Adstock Manor, bombe operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 8. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1943. Mansion and Block A. Air Section. Cairo 1940 - 1941. Deputy Head of Air Section. March 1942 - August 1943. Little Horwood. SCU 1 and SCU 7. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1943. Possibly Typex operator. Bletchley Park from 1942. Elmers School, Diplomatic Section, Near East. Later in Hut 4, Block A and Hut 7, Naval Section, including Italian and Japanese merchant shipping code JN11. Bletchley Park October 1941 - October 1945. Hut 3, Block D(3) and Block F, Air Section. Messenger, compiler, card indexer.

Sources

7, 11,

Blunt Bluston Blyth Blythe Boaden Boase

Jonella Doris Joan E Avis Joyce Tom Sherrer Ross

Ambler

WRNS ATS, Cpl. WRNS FO Civilian, Mrs. WRNS FO Civilian, Professor.

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

Bodell Bodle Bodley

John Norman Beryl Helen Madeline Elise

Hopper

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

7 7 3N, 4, 7, 9

Bodley Bodley Bodsworth

Margaret P Wilfred ("Body")

FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

4, 7, 10, 1, 2, 3N, 7, 9, 12, 7 2, 7 7 6, 7, 11

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Hut 4, Naval Section, Head Italian, later German, Sub-sections. Washington DC from July 1944 as Staff Liaison Officer to US Navy OP-20-G. Finch WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, Mrs. WRNS Army. WRNS WAAF Bletchley Park June 1943 - end 1945. Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Cottage. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 10, SIS Codes. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1946. Hut 4, then Block A. Naval section,. Supervised typing pool.

Body Body Bogle Bogush Bogush Bolam Bole Boler Bolingbroke Bolitho Bolton Bolton

M Mary Marjorie Linton Anita Muriel Rosalie David K Mary M Helen PM JB AM Olga

Celnik Dindol

Bletchley Park April 1943 - June 1945. Block A. Naval Section. 6, 7, 11 Dollis Hill February - September 1944. Constructed Colossus Mk1 and 7 Mk2. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park August 1939 - mid 1940. Mansion. Secretary. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator. 6, 7, 11 7 11, 7, 9 11, 7

Mathie Smith

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

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park and Wavendon House from 1939. Mansion (room 24), 1, 2, 4, Elmers School and Hut 9A. Diplomatic Section, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and South American. Also in Military Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Possibly JAFO. Eastcote April 1944 - July 1945. Bombe operator. Chicksands 1945 - 1947. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park, Eastcote and Stanmore December 1943 - July 1944. Bombe operator. Colombo from July 1944. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park June 1943 - October 1945. Probably Military Section. Whaddon Hall. Wireless Op. 1944 - 1945. Forest Moor. Intercept Operator. Bletchley Park. CMY. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section Bletchley Park January 1940 - 1945. Block A, Air Section, Head of Fighter, later German, Sub-sections Originator of BMP reports. Bletchley Park. Hut 6, Block D(6). Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block D(6). 109 SWS. Scratby, France and Belgium. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park to 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Block A(N), Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 9. Billeting Office. Beaumanor 1943 - 1944. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1943. Hut 11. Gayhurst Manor 1943 - June 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park January - October 1943. Block C, Hollerith operator. 7, 9 7 7 7 7

Bond Bond Bond Bond Bond

FH Godfrey Rosamond Wensley Stella Judith Doreen Winifred

Jackson Duke Marley

Army. FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS WAAF WRNS

Bone Bone Bone Bonham Bonnar Bonner Bonsall Bonser Bonsfield Bonsor Bonsor Bonus Booker Boon Boone Boone Booth Booth Booth Booth

Edna Mary George Allan Joyce Elizabeth K IW CK Arthur Wilfred ("Bill") Margaret B Ruth Daphne LM James Frank Elsie FG Frank WA BH Eileen Elsie Martha Harry

Galloway

ATS, Int Corps RAF ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, L/Wren RNVR, Lt. Air Ministry Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Army, Royal Signals. WRNS FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Army. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. ATS, Royal Signals WRNS FO Civilian, Miss.

6, 7 7 7 9 11, 5, 11, 2, 3A, 7, 9, 12 4, 7, 9 7 7 4 7 7, 9, 4 7, 9 4 7 7 7 14

David Stewart

Pollard

Watson Earp Lewis

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park January 1942 - June 1945. Hut 9A, Elmers School, Hut 4, 7, 12, 18 and Block G, ISOS. Berkeley Street, Distribution and Reference Section. Translator and emender. Betts WRNS Eastcote January - June 1944. Gayhurst Manor June 1944 - mid 1945. 7, 11 Bombe operator. Bletchley Park from mid 1945. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. JAFO. Cheadle and Waddington November 1940 - May 1942. 276 Signal Wing in North Africa and Italy May 1942 - January 1946. Intercept wireless operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 16 and Block G, ISOS. Chicksands and Beaumanor. Intercept operator. Eastcote to May 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park May September 1945. Typing tapes of intercepts for transmission to USA. Bletchley Park. Mansion, Blocks D and F, Hut 10. Military Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park. Block G , SIXTA and Block F, Latin Section. Bletchley Park. Block F(A), Air Section and Block D(3). Bletchley Park December 1943 - December 1944. Block F or H. Colossus operator. 7 7

Booth

Margaret

Booth Booth

Nat Richard John

FO Civilian, Mr. RAF

Booth Boothby Bootle

Sylvia U Dorothy Jean Dora Patricia

Fynn Shakespeare

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WAAF WRNS

4, 7 7 7

Borkwood Borland Borras Borrill Borthwick Borthwick Bosanquet

JJ Bunny T FM Betty Alisa J C Doris Rosemary Anne Dale Hume Bernard

FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WRNS Army, Capt. FO Civilian, C V, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS WRNS

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

Bletchley Park October 1943 - December 1945. Hut 11. Bombe 7 operator on "Funf" and "Eureka" bombes, processing Abwehr signals. After VE Day worked on Japanese codes. 7, 9 2, 4, 7, 9, 12 7, 10, 7, 9 4, 7 7 7 7

BosanquetBryant Bostock Boston Botsford Bottomley Bottomly Bough Boughton

T W ("Bozy") Vera Jocelyn Daphne Gladys Aileen Lorna M Pamela Ronald Susan Ruth Kerslake

Army, Int Corps, S/Sgt. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1946. Military Section, probably SIXTA, to May 1945. JAFO from May 1945. FO Civilian, TSAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. Mr WRNS Bletchley Park September 1939 - 1945. Hut 4 and Block A(N). Naval Section. Intelligence analysis, especially linguistic. Bletchley Park. Possibly messenger. Bletchley Park from December 1941. Possibly Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Hut 6, Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen. Beaumanor Eastcote August 1944 - May 1945. Bombe operator.

Breach

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Boughton-Lloyd Rosemary Boulding Boult Boulter Boulter Boulton Boulton Boulton Boulton Boulton Bourke Bourke Bourne Bourne Bourne Bourne Bourne-Jones Bourton Bousfield Bowden Wynne LM CM Vera FE June Margaret Lumley Peter Lockwood CJ EP L Anne Dorothy M Keith Albert Phyllis I Dorothy Beatrice Ruth Helen EE Bouch

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS

Summary of Service
Eastcote. Bombe operator

Sources

7 10, 4 4 7 4 7 7 7

Green

Bullen

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

Berkeley Street, Traffic Liaison. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park 1943 - 1944. Block C. Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 14, probably Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Bletchley Park January 194 - August 1945. Colossus wiring. Bletchley Park February 1944 - Spring 1946. Probably Block F and Hut 5. Japanese Military Air code-breaking.

Barnes Morten

5 SWS, Burma, June 1943 - August 1945. Intercept operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, Melbourne. FRUMEL. 7 Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 7, 9 Bletchley Park April1943 - May 1945. 7 Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. 7 Bletchley Park November 1942 - September 1945. Block E, Commcen. 4, 7 Typex operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11, Chicksands, Capel-le-Ferne and Folkestone. Intercept operator. 7 Eastcote November 1943 - May 1944. Bombe operator. Colombo July 7 1944 - November 1945. Bletchley Park. Elmers School Diplomatic Section. Hut 5 and Block B(N), Naval Section. Also in Secretariat of Deputy Director (Service). 2, 4, 9

Clark David

Bowden Bowe Bowen Bowen Bowen Bowen Bower

Margaret Betty Francis George William Ann L Flora E M KHE MK Daphne Rose

Houghton

WRNS

Bletchley Park November 1943 - May 1945. F Block, Newmanry. Head 7, 15 of Watch, organised runs on machines, checked results. 2, 3N, 4, 7, 12, 7, 9 7 5, 9 2, 4, 9 7

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6, Hut 8, Hut 5, Block B and Block F. Naval Section, French, Latin and neutrals. Cryptanalyst. Trimell ATS, Int Corps WRNS Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section, German Police. Hut 10. Bletchley Park from 1940 Mansion and Elmers School. Later in Huts 4 and 5 and Block B, Naval Section. Kedleston Hall 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator.

Brookes

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Bower Bower Bower Bowes Bowler Bowler Bowles Bowman Bowman Bowman Bownas Bowrey Bowring Bowring Kathleen May Margaret Elizabeth NAH Jean Jack C Joan Mary TW Annie Audrey Joan Agnes Geoffrey Anne John Sonia Clary Kelly

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS WRNS

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park December 1943 - October 1945. Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park January - May 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Colossus operator.

Sources

7, 11 7 4 7 7, 14 7 1, 2, 7 7 7 7 7

Lescure

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 9a, ISOS. WRNS Eastcote September - December 1944. Stanmore December 1944 September 1945. Bombe operator. GPO Civilian, Mr. GPO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr WAAF WRNS ATS, Royal Signals Army, Int Corps. WRNS Army, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Chief Technician. Bletchley Park January - May 1945. Fault telephone operator. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1940. Commcen. Telephone operator. Bletchley Park. Possibly Air Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Forest Moor. Intercept Operator. Bletchley Park August 1943 - June 1944. Japanese military codes. Gayhurst Manor September 1942 - August 1943. Bombe operator. Colombo November 1943 - February 1945.

Tacchi

Johnston Schlaeppi

Windeyer

Prentice

Hanslope Park 1943 - 1945. Draughtsman, surveyor. 7 Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 8 and Block D(8). Naval Enigma 4, 7, 9 Decryption Section. Working on "Banburismus" - using sheets of paper and hole punches to assist with bombe menu production. Bletchley Park September 1944 - April 1945. Block H, Colossus operator. 7 4

Bowser Bowsher Bowyer Boxall Boxwell Boyack Boyce Boyce Boyce

Eleanor Marian ("Towser") HE Beatrice Eve William George L MK Beryl Elizabeth Edna Mary Pauline Mary

Haworth

WRNS

FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. Bletchley Park. Hut 9. Finance. Cartwright WRNS

Bletchley Park 1943 - 1943. Probably Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. 7, 11 Worked on decoding Japanese signals. 4, 12,

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Mansfield College Oxford from June 1943. Code and Cypher Production Unit. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Lewis Campbell Cook

Knockholt. 4 Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 11 Bletchley Park December 1944 - August 1945. Probably Hut 7. Clerical 7, 11 work on Japanese naval movements. Bletchley Park March 1942 - 1945. Central Signals Registry and JAFO. 7, 9 Cypher clerk and typist. Bletchley Park May 1943 - September 1945. Block E, Commcen Probably Typex operator. 4, 7

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park August 1944 - July 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Sorted and prioritised incoming tapes for processing on Colossus. . Bletchley Park 1943 - 1944. Probably Block E, Cypher Office. Typex operator in communication centre.

Sources

Boyd Boyd Boyd Boyd Boydstun Boyle Boyle Boyle Boyle Boyles Brabazon Brabbs Brabner Brabyn Brace Brackley Bradbury Bradford Bradley Bradley Bradley Bradridge Bradshaw

Jean Joan John H ("Jock") Robert Hugh Steele

Clappison Nicholson

FO Civilian, Miss.

7 7 7 7

WAAF Chicksands. Teleprinter operator. Army. Arkley September 1944 - 1946. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Aldford House February 1944 - July 1945. Research Section, Cryptanalyst.

Lawrence C Betty Enser Edward Charles Gurney John A Margaret Dorothea Constance Edith Meriel A Margaret Brenda Isabella JL Margaret A Colin George Reginald CE Donald James James Mitchell Vera Jean Mary

US Army, Tech Sgt Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. 7, 9 WRNS Scarborough and Flowerdown. Probably intercept operator. 7 FO Civilian, TJAO, Sir. Bletchley Park from 1942. Blocks D and F and Hut 10. Military Section, 4, 7, 9, 12 Japanese. FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Lady. WRNS FO Civilian TJAO, Lady. WAAF, Sgt. WRNS ATS, Royal Signals WRNS RAAF Army, Royal Signals. WAAF, ACW Army, Int Corps. Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Air Ministry Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park from 1941. Bletchley Park. Hut 8 and Block D. Gayhurst Manor 1943 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 6, Block D(6). Later in Hut 9, Admin Section. 12 4, 7, 12, 7 4, 7, 12,

Stirling-Aird Bettany Howarth MacNair

Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block F, Air Section. Japanese translator. 7 Japanese course at SOAS 1943. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1944. Bombe operator. Forest Moor 1943 - 1946. Y intercept operator. Eastcote June 1944 - June 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park June - September 1945. Probably Naval Section, Japanese, 1 WU and 6 WU. Intercept operator. Whaddon Hall December 1940 - 1945. SCU1, telephone exchange supervisor. Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen. Bletchley Park January - May 1945. Block F, Testery. Worked on Tunny emulator. Harpenden 1944 - 1945. 1 SWG. Bletchley Park 1939. Mansion. Commcen, Telephone operator. Bletchley Park January 1944 - July 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Heath Robinson and Colossus operator. Bletchley Park. Air Section, Luftwaffe tactical codes. 7 7 7, 11 6, 7 7 2 7 7 1, 7 7 9,

Clapp Stimpson

Pennock

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RN, Paymaster Capt.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park 1939 - May 1945. Mansion, Naval Section in 1939. GCCS Chief Admin Officer c. 1940 - May 1945. Appointed Assistant Director (Admin( 23 February 1942 and Deputy Director (2) (DD(2)) 1 March 1944. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Block D(6). Block G, Military Section, SIXTA.

Sources

1, 2, 7, 9, 12,

Bradshaw Bradshaw Bradshaw

GM Irene M R Margaret Mary Queening

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Int Corps Junior Commander.

4 5, 7, 9

FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park October 1941 - August 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). 4, 5, 7, 9, 12 Mrs. Various duties, including WT Co-ordination and, in March 1945, Traffic Identification. RN Colombo 1943 - 1946. Radio operator. FO Civilian, C IV, Miss. Chesterfield Street. RAF, Flt Lt. WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3) Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 14, Cypher Office. Block E 1944, Head of High Speed Morse Room. Later in JAFO. Also worked at Sandridge, St Albans and Chesterfield Street. 7 4 5, 7, 9 7 11, 4, 7, 9, 12

Brady Brady Bragg Brailsford Brain Brain

Francis John MR R Gerry W Iris HN WR

Braithwaite

Frederick George ("Frank") Lysbeth C KM

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park June 1940 - 1945. Hut 8, Block D(6), Hut 6 Control Room, head in March 1945. Later in Hut 16, Cover Management (Y) and WT Co-ordination. FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. Leigh Watson Barr McKay McCabe Capp WAAF, ACW. WAAF RN, Capt (retd) WRNS WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS, L/Wren. WAAF, ACW WAAF, Sgt. French Army, Capt. Bletchley Park. Hut 16, CMY. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Berkeley Street. Commercial Section, German. Bletchley Park 1942. Block A (room 136). Air Section Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Bletchley Park April - late 1940. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Naval Section, NS IX and NS VII. Bletchley Park Spring 1944 - Spring 1945. Hut 11, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park Spring 1940. Hut 6.

2, 4, 7, 9, 12

Braithwaite Bramble Bramley Branch Branch Brandon Branfoot Branfoot Branford Brannagan Brannan Branston Brant Braquerie

7, 9 7, 9 4 3A 7 1, 12, 7, 9 11, 7, 9, 11 7 7 7 10, 12,

Denise Vivian Belle EI Mary Wanklyn Margaret Catherine Florence Eddie

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Brasch Brass Charles Orwell Constance Esme Patricia Anne Carol Desmond E Isabel JEM John Derrick Rosemary Monica Walter Margaret A Harriet E E Grace B John Gerald Pamela Anne Shaw Esme Shirley LCJ Letitia Sylvia Winifred Eva Yolande Jackson Moslin

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park and Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Head of Mr. Romanian and Italian. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Kemp Sanderson ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Army, Royal Signals. ATS, Int Corps WRNS Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Lady. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF WRNS Army, Int Corps, Capt. FO Civilian, Mrs. ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WAAF Bletchley Park from December 1941. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Bletchley Park August 1942 - 1946. Block E, Commcen, Wireless operator/Morse slip reader. Eastcote May 1944 - June 1945. Bombe operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL. Forest Moor November 1943 - late 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block A(N) and Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Hanslope Park 1945 - 1947. Toolmaker on Rockex encryption machine. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Possibly Naval Section, Japanese. Forest Moor. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park from July 1940. Elmers School, Diplomatic Section French. Later in Hut 8. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Sec, German & French sub. Probably bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bedford. Billeting Officer. Chicksands December 1941 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park July 1943 - November 1945. Block A(N). Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block H, Newmanry. Operator on Colossus VII, VIII Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Block F, JAFO. Berkeley Street. Diplomatic Section, Chinese. Bletchley Park 1940 - May 1942. Hut 6. Forest Moor March 1944 - May 1945. Bletchley Park from January 1940 - March 1942. Elmers School. Berkeley Street from March 1942. Diplomatic Section, Italian. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader.

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

Brassington
Bratt Bravington Bray Bray Bray Bray Bray Braybrooks Brayshaw Brear Brecknock Brecon Bremner Bremner Bremner Brennan Brennan Brennen Brereton Brerton-Smith Brett Brett Brett Brett Brett

Miller

Mercer-Smith Hegarty

Mogielnicki

Kemp

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Brettell Brett-Smith Brett-Smith Brewer Brewer Brewer Brewer Brewis Brewis Brewster Brewster Brice Bridge Bridger Bridger Bridger Bridges Bridges Bridgewater Bridgewater Bridgman Briggs Briggs Briggs Briggs June Mary Hilary John R B Heather Louise J Mavis Anne Ronald Joy Matthew Betty Mollie Ayling Bramble Davies Hinsley

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. Army, Capt. ATS. ATS, Volunteer. WRNS

Summary of Service
Scarborough August 1944 - July 1946. Bletchley Park early 1941 - 1945. Hut 8, Crib Room. Later in Hut 4, Intelligence Exchange and Block D(3). Bletchley Park c. 1945. Probably Block F. Japanese Military Subsection. Beaumanor July 1943 - June 1945. Special wireless operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 5. Gayhurst Manor July 1944 - August 1945, inc Eastcote June September 44. Bombe operator. Various Y Stations. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park September 1943 - 1945. Naval Section, Japanese. Y Service 1943 - 1947. Harpenden, Baldock, Forest Moor, Italy, Austria. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Probably ISK, worked on "Twinn-type" bombes (aka Funf) for decrypting Abwehr Enigma traffic. Bletchley Park August 1944 - June 1945. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 7, Block C. Hollerith operator.

Sources

7 4, 6, 7, 12, 14, 5, 7, 15, 7 2, 9 7 7 7, 11, 7 7 3N, 7, 11 7 7 3A, 4, 9 7 3A, 4, 9 7 11, 7 3N, 7, 12 7 7 7, 12, 14 4, 7, 12, 7

Crouch

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

Reid Muetzel

Daphne Joyce Gladys Florence Musk Daphne E Jack Rowland James MC Joan Mary MJ Anne Bentley P C Kathleen Andrew Galbraith Asa Audrey Ruth Bobby Cox

Air Ministry Civilian, TA, Bletchley Park from 1942. Block A (room 119) and Block F. Air Miss. Section, Italian. RN Alexandria. Intercept operator. Air Ministry Civilian, TA, Bletchley Park. Block A. Air Section, Luftwaffe tactical codes. Miss. WRNS ATS, Int Corps, Subaltern. Bletchley Park Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park end 1941 - June 1945. Hut 6, Block D(6), Block F. Decoding signals on mod. Typex, later in Testery.

Gill

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park August 1942 - 1945. Hut 4, probably Block A, Naval Section. ATS, Royal Signals Army, Royal Signals. Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Miss. Army. Beaumanor to 1946. Intercept operator. Radio Security Service and SCU 3. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1945. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Cryptanalyst. Bletchley Park. Hut 4, Hut 5 and Block A(N). Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Briggs Briggs Briggs Briggs Briggs Briggs Bright Bright Darrell David E Jean Annette Lorna June Margaret Isabel W H ("Bill") ME Richard N Watters Evans

Service, Rank or Grade, Title RAF RAF WRNS GPO Civilian, Miss. WRNS Service FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. RNVR, Lt.

Summary of Service

Sources

Cheadle 1941 - 1942. Despatch rider, delivering to and collecting from 7 Bletchley Park. 276 Signal Wing, Heliopolis and Alexandria. Intercept operator, collecting weather reports. Eastcote. Bombe operator. Sandridge and Brora. Probably intercept operator. Scarborough October 1944 - October 1945. Teleprinter operator. WEC Delhi January 1944 - December 1945. Bletchley Park. Hut 16 and Block G. ISK. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Naval Section III, providing sigint reporting to Mediterranean commands. Member of Bletchley Park Drama Group. 7 7, 9 7 7 7 4 7, 9, 11,12

Brighty Brimicombe Brimley Brimmell Brissenden Brister

WL WM P Jack Henry Doris Alexandra Beryl Francis

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park from 1939. Mansion. Communications Section, statistician. Army, Int Corps, Capt. 1 SWS and 7 SI Coy, Italy. Bletchley Park. Possibly Research. ATS, Volunteer. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 5, Military Section, Italian. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Block G and Hut 18. Military Section and ISOS. Slavonic languages translator.

1, 2, 9 5, 6 2, 9 4, 7, 12

FO Civilian, Mrs. Knockholt March 1943 - February 1946. Slip-reader. 7 FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park c. 1942 - 1944. Hut 9 and Hostel. Billeting office, later 4, 12 hostel superintendent. Member of Bletchley Park Women's Committee. RN, Lt. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS ATS WAAF, LACW WAAF Army, Driver FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WAAF GPO Civilian, Mr. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Hut 10. Scarborough and Flowerdown 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen. Morse slip reader. Stanmore June 1943 - July 1944. Bletchley Park July 1944 - July 1945. Bombe and teleprinter operator,. Bletchley Park February 1944 - July 1945. Block D(3). indexed German personnel and units, after 1 month on Colossus. Bletchley Park August 1944 - August 1945. Wireless Operator/Morse Slip Reader Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block G, Military Section, SIXTA. Traffic analysis on Luftwaffe signals. Bletchley Park from 1940. Guard Room. Driver. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 3. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Block F. Newmanry. 5, 7 7 7 7 7 7 2 2, 4, 9 7 7

Bristow Bristowe Briton

Brittain
Brittain Britton Britton Britton Broad Broadbent Broadbent

RL Patricia Leslie ("Jay") Ruth Catherine Eva Florence Margaret Gladys Hilda Margaret Lovelace R PM Dina Peter K

Baxter Nowill Branney Heyes Jenks

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Broadhurst Broadhurst Dorothy Sidney W Dakin

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

Summary of Service
Flowerdown. Intercept operator. Dollis Hill and Bletchley Park. GPO engineer, assistant to T Flowers. Designed Nightingale, Tunny emulator and involved in Colossus design. Stanmore 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 5. Military Section, Italian. Bletchley Park. Hut 6. Scarborough, Flowerdown and Colombo. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1946. Block D. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park early in war to April 1945. Hut 4, Block A. Naval Section, plotting convoys and U-boats, later work on Japanese reference index. Scarborough. Intercept operator against U-boats. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Knockholt. Bletchley Park from July 1941. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Hut 6 Watch, later Research Section. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 6 or Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Bletchley Park. Hut 10, Block A and Block F(A). Air Section. Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Bletchley Park. Hut 3 and Block D(3).

Sources

7 7, 12

Broadley Brock Brockhurst Brocklesby Bromhead Bromhead

Patricia Joyce EA EJ Mary Beatrice Constance Mary Isobel Mary

Whiteside Liversedge

WRNS ATS, Volunteer. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Parker WRNS Two WAAF Douglas-Morris FO Civilian, TA, Mrs.

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

Brook Brook Brook Brook Brook Brooke Brooke Brooke Brooke

Betty JD PA R Ronald Edgar JB Joyce Beryl Kenneth FM

WRNS Army, Int Corps Army, Int Corps FO Civilian, TA, Mrs FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. ATS, Int Corps ATS, Int Corps RAF, Sqn Ldr. FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs. WRNS WAAF

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

McCulloch

Brooke-Popham Diana Brooke-Rose Christine Frances Evelyn Evelyn HM MH J AF Anne Audrey M

Barton Bax; later Pietrkiewicz; later Brooke

Brooke-Rose Brookes-Smith BrookholdingJones Brooking Brooks Brooks Brooks

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RN, Sub Lt RN, Lt. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss.

Bletchley Park. Hut 10 and Block D. Military Section and Intelligence Exchange. Bletchley Park. Hut 8, Block D, Block A(N). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Mansfield College Oxford. Code and Cypher Production Unit. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 6. Stanmore. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park March 1944 - May 1945. Block G, ISK. Delivered and filed messages.

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

Bartram

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Broom Broome Broomfield Broster Brotherhood Brothers Brough Brough Broughton Broughton CA Christopher Cynthia Denison Howard Newling Dorothy Edith Enid Caroline JR KR KR Kitty M LM M ("Peggy") Margaret E Margaret R Mary Ethel SF YR EM BE PJ Alexandra Joy Alice Joan Paddy Ronald F CH John William Hampshire Crop Henley Cadwallader

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

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park from 1940. Elmers School, Hut 18 and Block G. ISOS.

Sources

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

Ewins

Army, Int Corps. Bletchley Park November 44 - May 45. Serbo-Croat translator. FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Hut 7, Block C. Hollerith operator. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. Bletchley Park 1941 - c. 1945. Block A(N). Naval Section. NS Reporting Watch December 1941. Head of NS Comms mid-1944. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss.

Carr Barron

Bletchley Park September 1939 - June 1940. Cairo June 1940 - 1943. 1, 4, 7, 9 Aldford House 1943 - 1945. Commercial Section, French. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1944, Drayton Parslow 1944 - 1946, Eastcote 1946 - 1949. 7 7, 11, 5, 2 7, 11 4 7 4, 7 7 7 6, 11 11, 11, 4 4 7 7 7, 9 7, 9 4, 9 4, 7, 10, 7

WRNS Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block F, Military Section, German Police. Army, Royal Signals, Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 5. Military Section. Signm. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, C V, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. ATS ATS, Int Corps Army, Int Corps. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF, Sgt. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(8) Hut 7. Bletchley Park. Block C. Probably Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 7 and Block C, probably Hollerith operator. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1942. Hut 11. Gayhurst Manor and Stanmore 1942 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Hut 7 and Block C. Punched card index Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. Worked on Japanese JN 25 code. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Berkeley Street. Berkeley Street. Bletchley Park January 1941 - May 1942. Hut 8, entered letters from naval Enigma signals on Banbury sheets. Bletchley Park from 1942. Wireless operator. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park October 1942 - January 1946. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Huts 14 and 16. Communications Signals Office. Bletchley Park. Block D(3). Brisbane 1942 - 1945. SLU.

Lacey Blackey

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Broughton Broughton BroughtonThompson Browell Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Margaret Lynette Philip William Margaret SM A Jack AM Anne Annie ("Nancy") Annie Morris Barbara M C Davis

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS, 3rd Officer Army. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. RAAF FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS ATS, Int Corps, Sgt. ATS, Royal Signals WAAF FO Civilian, Miss.

Summary of Service
Flowerdown Autumn 1942 - late 1943. Messenger and Morse slip operator. Commissioned 1943. Colombo 1944 - 1946.

Sources

Mortimer

Harpenden August - October 1945. 7 Bletchley Park August 1944 - July 1945. Block F, Newmanry. Colossus 7 operator. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. 1 WU and 6 WU. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Technical Intelligence: Library Management, Accessions. 9 7 3N,

Dunckley

Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. 7 Bletchley Park August 1942 - October 1945. Hut 3 and Block D. Sorted 7, 9 incoming messages. Beaumanor 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator. 7 Bletchley Park March 1943 - September 1945. Block D(3) March 1943 7, 9 - May 1945. March - September 1945 probably JAFO. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block D(6), Registration Room 1. Blisting - 7, 11, compiling lists of messages used in composing bombe menus. Bletchley Park. Mansion, Hut 7, Hut 5 and Block B(N). Naval Section, Italian. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Cairo. MERS. Bletchley Park. Hut 8 and Block D(8). Hut 9, Billeting Office. Chicksands and Chapel-le-Ferne. Teleprinter operator. Harpenden. 8 SWS. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 3 or Hut 6 2, 4,

Saks Longbotham

Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown

CH CI Catherine Brewis Charles Leonard EE Edna Eric Robertson FM Fred Gordon P HF Iris L J JAC JE King

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WAAF, Sgt. Army, Royal Signals. Army, Lt. GPO Civilian, Mr. RAF Sgt. FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss.

Clarke

Cook

4 7, 11 7 4, 7, 7 7 9 7 Bletchley Park February - June (approx) 1944. Previously Y Service in 7, 9 North Africa and Italy. Worked on Luftwaffe codes. Bletchley Park. Mansion, Hut 8 and Hut 5, Naval Section, French. Bletchley Park February 1942 - January 1946. Hut 7 and Block C. Secretarial and clerical duties, Hollerith operation. 4 7 9 7, 9 10,

Brown
Brown Brown Brown

FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block E, commcen, Morse slip reader. Army, Int Corps, 2nd Lt. Bletchley Park from mid 1943. Military Wing. Cpl.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Brown Brown Brown JM JMY Jack M

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

Air Ministry Civilian, TA, Bletchley Park. Hut 3, Hut10, Block A and Block F(A). Air section. Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block F(JAFO). Army, Int Corps, Lt Col. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 3, including liaison with GHQ Home Forces. Block D, probably SIXTA. GCCS Liaison Officer to SHAEF from October 1944. Henderson Higgs WRNS, L/Wren Bletchley Park December 1943 - September 1945. Hut 7, Naval Section - Japanese. Decoding Japanese signals.

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

Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown

Julia Margaret Kathleen Morgan Ken Kitty Leslie S Louis Frederick M MPH MW Marjory Susan Mary Mary Hedley Nina Olive Agnes McLintock Lawrence PN Pat Peter Peter D Robert Ronald Geoffrey Rosemary Sheena Sidney Cameron Tom

7, 9, 11,

FO Civilian, C III, Miss. Bletchley Park June 1943 - 1945. Hut 7, Probably Block E, Commcen. 7 Morse slip reader. RAAF 2 WU. Intercept operator. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO(D), Bletchley Park from February 1942. Elmers School, Hut 8, Block D(8) Mr. and Hut 7. Naval Section, Japanese. RN Atlantic Waters 1943 - 1945. Colombo 1945 - 1946. HF/DF operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 9, Billeting Office. Cypher Office. Bletchley Park. Hut 8, Block D(8) and Block A(N). Knockholt. Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1946. Possibly Block D(6). Shenley 1942 - 1945. intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Knockholt Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Probably Block F, JAFO, Japanese translation and decoding. Bletchley Park. Block F, Newmanry. Brisbane. Central Bureau. Whaddon Hall and North Africa 1941 - 1946. SCU 1. Bletchley Park. Block D(6), decoding room. Freetown 1942 - 1945. Intercept operator Bletchley Park 1941 - 1946. Hut 7 and Block C. Hollerith machine engineer. 7 7 3N, 4, 9, 12, 7 4, 7, 4, 7 4 7 7 7 7, 9, 7, 11 4 7, 9 7 7 7 7 7 14, 7 7

Scott

FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, TA, Mr. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. WAAF Owen FO Civilian, Miss. Scott ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. Garnet-Lawson FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. ATS, Int Corps Army. GPO Civilian, Mr. RAF WRNS RN, PO. BTM Civilian, Mr.

Brown
Brown Brown Brown Brown

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Brown Brown Vera E Cartwright

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

Summary of Service

Sources

Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section, sorted and collated signals. 7, 11 Bletchley Park October 1941 - March 1942. Hut 4, Naval Section, Spanish. Translating, typing, decoding. Berkeley Street and Aldford House March 1942 - 1945. Diplomatic Section, South America. Possibly Wincombe, intercept operator. Colombo August 1944 - December 1945. Intercept and DF operator. 4, 7,

Verity Frances Montagu Brown ("Bobby")

Brown Brown Browne Browne Browne Browne Browning Browning Brownrigg Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce Low Bruce-Lowe Brudenell Brudenell Bruford Brunstrom Brunton

Walter John William William Mary Dunkley OE Richard Augustine Ruby Amelia Nowakowski

GPO Civilian, Mr. RN

7 7 7 11, 4, 7, 12, 7, 11, 10, 12, 7 7, 9 7 7 9, 1, 2, 7 7 4 7 7 2, 4, 10 7 7 1, 2, 4, 9, 12, 7 3N, 7, 11

ARP Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park 1943 - c. 1945. Driver, including on ambulances. WRNS Bletchley Park. Naval Section. FO Civilian, TSAO, Dr. Bletchley Park March 1943 - June 1945. Block A(N), Naval Section, and Hut 3 WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. RAF WAAF, LAC. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Bletchley Park February - November 1945. Probably Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese, Prioritised Japanese messages. Bletchley Park 1945. Deputy Security Officer. Bletchley Park. Block A. Bletchley Park. Communications Statistics Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Block F, Newmanry, maintenance engineer. Eastcote. bombe operator. Bletchley Park 1930 - 1940. Hut 6. Enigma Research Section. Cheadle. Probably intercept operator. Cheadle c. 1944 - 1945. Intercept operator against Luftwaffe bases and aircraft. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park June 1944 - August 1945. Block F or H, Newmanry. Colossus operator. Bletchley Park April - December 1940. Hut 8. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 3 and Block D(3). Colombo 1942-46. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block F Bletchley Park 1939 - 1943. Huts 4 and 5, Block B(N). Naval Section. Head of German Naval Sub-section 1941 - 1942. Bletchley Park and Eastcote. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section.

Cunningham

Maureen Nan Alan Alberta Carol EDM Jack Jan C MR Pauline A N Desmond Arthur Edna Irene Walter Horace Pamela Jean L

Silson

Robertson

Pritchard Cole

WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RN FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TSAO, Professor. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss.

Crabb

Waugh

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Bruton Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Marjorie DAJ Diana Edgar Henfrey Joan Joyce Eleanor LL LM Iris Edith Lorna Isabel D EM N Elizabeth TG Audrey FW Ian Kenneth George Eileen H Derek H JM Roy S Judy Angell Daniels Newman

Service, Rank or Grade, Title WRNS FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS Army, Royal Signals, Capt. ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Linguist, Mrs.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Bletchley Park. Block A(N). Naval Section. Eastcote June -December 1944. Stanmore December 1944 - July 1945. Bombe operator. Whaddon Hall June 1940 - December 1943. Adjutant, SCU 1. Forest Moor. Intercept Operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - August 1945. Probably Block D, mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 4, Naval Section. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Block A. Naval Section. Teleprinter operator. Stanmore July 1943 - March 1944. Bombe operator. Overseas, possibly Colombo, from April 1944. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block A. Naval Section.

Sources

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

Bryce
Buchan Buchanan Buchanan Buchanan BuchananDunlop Buckeridge Buckfield Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckland Buckley Buckley Buckmaster Bucknall

Rawlinson

FO Civilian, Mr. WAAF RNVR, Lt. WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, Mr. RAAF Army, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss RAF FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. RAF WRNS

Wavendon House from 1940. 2 Bletchley Park c. 1941 - c. 1945. Probably Hut 10 and Blocks A and F, 7 Air Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section, Japanese. 11 Bletchley Park 1943 - 1945. Block H. Newmanry. Colossus operator to 7, 11 c. May 1945. Naval Section c. May - Aug 1945. Bletchley Park from 1940. Office Keeper. 6 WU. Intercept operator. Hanslope Park May 1945 - January 1946. Repair of radio equipment. Bletchley Park. Block G. SIXTA. Stanmore October 1942 - February 1943. Eastcote February 1943 August 1946. Bombe maintenance. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Cheadle 1943 - 1944. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. 2 7 7 7, 9 7 4 7 7

Fitzgerald

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Bucknell Buckoke Bucksey Budd Budd Budd Budd Budd Budd Budd Buegge Bufton Bugden Buhler Bulkeley Bull Bull Bull Betty Yvonne M Ivy May Emma Rebecca Gordon Henry Jean Lilian Joyce Peter Francis Henry Robert George Ruby Kathleen Daisy Agnes JP Bernard Charles Prue Betty Lilian Frank Eric Marie Winifred Miskin Cheshire

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Int Corps FO Civilian, Mrs. Army, Royal Signals, Signm. Miss FO Civilian, Miss. RN FO Civilian, Mr.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Probably Block E, Commcen, Morse slip reader. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Lived in cottage 2. Worked in catering. No 1 SWS 1942 - 1947.Special wireless operator. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1950. Daughter of Robert Budd. Bletchley Park 1943. Italian translator. Colombo. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1950. Lived in cottage 2. Chief Groundsman, also driver and Head of Refreshment Hut (Hut 2). Y Service. Intercept operator. Melbourne. FRUMEL.

Sources

7 7, 9 14, 14, 7 7, 14 7 7 7, 9, 12 7 6, 7 4 7, 9 7 7

Park

Australian Women's Army Service

FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). RAF, Sqn Ldr. RAF WRNS FO Civilian, Mrs. Hardy WRNS, L/Wren Bletchley Park 1945. Kingsdown and Capel le Ferne late 1942 - June 1944. Belgium June 1944 - May 1945. Wireless mechanic. Bletchley Park, Wavendon House and Gayhurst Manor. Bombe operator.

Knockholt 1945. Bream transcriber. 7 Bletchley Park, Egypt, Palestine, Italy, Bombay 7 Gayhurst Manor December 1943 - March 1944. Bombe operator. 7, 11, Bletchley Park March 1944 - February 1946. Naval Section. Filing and sorting Japanese naval information. Kedleston Hall, Beaumanor, Forest Moor 1943 - 1945. Teleprinter operator, later wireless operator. Bletchley Park to 1945. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park 1945. Naval Section, NCO i/c teleprinter watch B. Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. 7 7 4, 7 3N, 11, 7

Bull Bull Bull

Marjorie Frances Winifred May Hester F

Haseler

ATS, Royal Signals FO Civilian, Mrs. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WAAF, Cpl. WRNS

Elphinstone

Bullen EMP Buller-Leyborne- Margaret Popham Bulley Bulley Bullock Daphne M W Margaret W Beryl Eleanor

Farebrother Dolan

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. WRNS

Bletchley Park. Naval Section, Japanese. Scarborough 1943 - 1946. Intercept operator. Aldford House.

4, 7, 11 7 7

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

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Bletchley Park 1939 - 1945. Elmers School, Hut 9a and Wavendon House. Diplomatic Section, Spanish and South American. 2 WU, 4 WU and 6 WU. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park. Communications Statistics Section. Bletchley Park. Cottage, Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G. ISK. Bletchley Park. Block A. Air Section. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Block D(3). German book room, linguist.

1, 2, 4, 10, 9, 12, 7 9 4 3A 4, 7, 9,

Bullough Bumfrey Bunbury Bunch Buncombe Bundy Bunker Bunting Burah Burbeck Burberry Burbridge Burch Burch Burchell Burdett Burdett Burge Burgess Burgess Burgin Burgoyne Burgoyne Burham Burke Burke Burke

WE M MTL Margaret M William P Percy Edwin Dinah Nona Margaret KE EPA P Audrey Ethel Lilian Cynthia DEA C H W ("Chips") Beryl J Audrey PK Betty LB Sheila Mary Margaret AC Elizabeth Muriel Griffiths

FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. RAF, Sgt. FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. US Army, Maj. FO Civilian, Mr.

Bletchley Park from September 1943. Hut 6, Operations Officer of US 7, 14 6813 Signals Security Detachment. Bletchley Park 1940 - c. 1943. Commcen. Bletchley Park November 1944 - September 1945. Possibly Hut 7, Naval Section, Japanese. Decoding. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 3. Bletchley Park from 1940. Mansion (room 5). Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Block E, Commcen, Typex operator. Bletchley Park. Possibly Hut 10, SIS Codes. Bedford ISSIS. Bletchley Park. Cypher Office and Hut 16. Berkeley St, Diplomatic Section, Japanese. 2, 7 9, 7, 9, 11, 2, 10, 2 11, 7 7 4 11, 3N, 5, 7 4, 7 7 2, 9 9, 2 7 9, 3N, 4, 7 7, 10

Vermeer

WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF, ACW. WRNS, L/Wren FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss.

Bramham

Waller Clarke

FO Civilian, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. RNVR, Lt. Bletchley Park. Block A(N) Naval Section. Block D(3) FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. Bletchley Park to May 1945. Block C. Hollerith operator. WAAF FO Civilian, Miss. Bletchley Park November 1942 - 1943. Probably Block E, Commcen. Bletchley Park from 1940. Elmers School, later Mansion.

Jackson

GPO Civilian, Mr. Sandridge from 1940. WRNS Eastcote 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Hut 4 and Block A(N). Naval Section. ATS WAAF Bletchley Park. Probably Military Section. Bletchley Park. Probably Air Section.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Burke Burkitt Nancy Geraldine Patricia E Hyman, later Rumpf

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

Summary of Service
Stanmore. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park October 1943 - August 1945. Block D(6). Registration room, initial sorting and recording of messages for cryptanalyst. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Japanese Section. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Military Section, SIXTA. Bletchley Park. Possibly Block A, Naval Section. Trowbridge and Douglas 1942 - 1945. Wireless interception instructor.

Sources

6, 7 4, 6, 7

Burley Burls Burn Burness Burnett Burnett Burnett

FDL Joyce E R ME Effie Clare Dorothy Elizabeth M S

Baxter London

Army, Int Corps FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. ATS, Int Corps FO Civilian, Miss. ATS, Royal Signals. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. RN, Sub Lt. RN, Cdr.

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

Bletchley Park August 1942 - March 1945. Hut 6, Block D. Catalogued 4, 7, 9 enciphered signals, later studied signals for possible cribs. Bletchley Park from 1939. Naval Section. 1, 3N, 11, Bletchley Park August 1939. Singapore and Colombo September 1939 7, 12, - September 1943, Japanese cryptanalyst and translator. Pearl Harbor September 1943 - February 1945, British Naval Liaison Officer to US Fleet Radio Unit Pacific (FRUPAC). Bletchley Park fib - September 1945, Research Section. Bletchley Park August 1943 - January 1944. Hut 7. Japanese 7 translation and code book building. Thereafter to Colombo until end of war. Bletchley Park late 1942 - 1945. Block E, Morse slip reader, D Watch. 7 Algiers until January 1946. 7 7 4, 7, 11, 4 7

Burnett Burnett

MG Malcolm Stuart L ("Bouncer")

Burnett

Maurice

RNVR, Sub Lt.

Burnett
Burnham Burnham Burns Burns Burns Burns Burns Burnyeat Burr

Winifred Wishart Flett Ann Margaret Audrey M H I GM Margaret Bell ("Quagga") Raymond WM Elizabeth Brownlie RTM Hurley

WAAF

WAAF Bletchley Park 1942 - 1946. Possibly Block E, Commcen. ATS, Int Corps, S/Sgt. Bletchley Park. Military Section, SIXTA. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. Bletchley Park. Block A(N) and Hut 7. Naval Section, including Japanese. FO Civilian, TA, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Mr. WRNS, PO Wren. Army, Royal Signals. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park April 1942 - May 1945. Block D(6). Mod. Typex operator, decoding signals using settings found on bombe. .

Cooper

Bletchley Park. Hut 7. 7, 9 Brisbane. Central Bureau. 7 Bletchley Park and Stanmore. Bombe operator. 7 Fort Bridgewoods, Chicksands, Beaumanor, Cheadle and Forest Moor. 7 Intercept operator.

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Burra Burrell Burrill Burrough Burrow RA Pamela Philip T Pauline Mary Jean

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Linguist, Miss. WRNS RAAF FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. WRNS; later FO Civilian, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Hut 3.

Sources

Lee Young

Bletchley Park. Naval Section. 7, 11 Brisbane. Central Bureau. 6, 7 Bletchley Park January 1941 - March 1945. Mansion and Hut 9. Admin 4, 7, 9 Section. Office management, security, transport, billeting. Eastcote early - May 1945. Bombe operator, dismantled machines after VE Day. Bletchley Park c. May 1945 - 1947. Block C. Hollerith operator, Japanese codes. 7

Burrow Burrows Burrows Burrows Burrows Burrows

J AC Bob Daphne M HW Lionel John

FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block C. Probably Hollerith operator. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. FO Civilian, Miss. GPO Civilian, Mr. Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park. Block D(6). Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Bletchley Park. Probably Block D(8). Sandridge from 1940. Bletchley Park late 1942 - 1944. Block F, Military Section, analysis of Japanese material. British Army Staff, Washington DC 1944 - 1945. . 8 SW Section 1943 - May 1945. France, Belgium, Holland Germany, Forest Moor. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945.. Mansion and Hut 5, probably Block F. Military Section. . Bletchley Park. Block D(8). Bletchley Park. Hut 4, Block A(N), Naval Section. Bletchley Park late 1940 - 1943. Hut 3, Special Liaison Party, predecessor of SIXTA. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Hut 11. Stanmore 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. Berkeley Street. Commercial Section . Chesterfield Street. Secretary of Cypher Policy Board. Bletchley Park 1944 - 1945. Naval Section, Japanese cryptography; Merchant Shipping Cypher, JN11 Stanmore 1944 - 1945. Bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Typist. Bletchley Park. Block F or H, Newmanry. Bletchley Park from 1940. Elmers School, Diplomatic Section. Bletchley Park c. 1941 - 1945. Naval Section.

4 4, 7 14 7 2 5, 7, 12

Burrows Burt Burt Burton Burton Burton Burton Burton-Miller Burtonshaw Burtt Bury Busby Bush Bush

Peter W C MB CM AM Diana Staveley Gwendolyn WA Tim R W GAK Pauline Dolores Sylvia Hester Rosamund D Joan Kathleen

Army, Royal Signals. Army, RSM. FO Civilian, TA, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. ATS, Int Corps, Sgt. WRNS FO Civilian, Mr. RN, Cdr. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS McMullen WRNS FO Civilian, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss.

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

Bacon Morcom Walker

Rawlinson

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Bush Bush Bushell Bushell Bushell Bussey Buswell Butchart Butcher Butcher Butcher Butcher Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butters MP PE JM Margery Olive Marjorie Don Ron C H Helen Sarah Bruce Barbara Joan Beryl JM Mollie Bertha Diana R Edward Martin Eunice May JG Mary Theresa W DM Oswald Rudd Prince Hemmings

Service, Rank or Grade, Title FO Civilian, Mrs. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WAAF ATS, Royal Signals, Cpl. US Army. GPO Civilian, Mr. Air Ministry Civilian, TJAO, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. WRNS FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss.

Summary of Service
Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. West Kingsdown and Strete 1940 - 1942. Intercept operator. Beaumanor September 1941 - July 1945. Teleprinter operator. Bletchley Park. Hut 3. Bletchley Park. Probably Hut 14. Bletchley Park 1940 - 1945. Hut 3. Mansion, Hut 10 and Block F, Air Section, Italian and German. Bletchley Park 1942 - 1944. Hut 6 and Block D(6). Bletchley Park 1944 - mid 1945. Hut 11A, bombe operator. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Bletchley Park August 1944 - August 1945. Block D(3). Checked typed-up translations of German signals.

Sources

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

Black

Martin

FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park. Block D(8). 4, 7 FO Civilian, TSAO, Mr. Mansfield College Oxford from early 1942 Probably senior member of 12 Code &Cypher Production Unit WRNS GPO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, Miss. FO Civilian, TJAO, Miss. Bletchley Park 7 Melbourne. FRUMEL. 7 Whitchurch June 1944 - early 1945. Intercept and teleprinter operator. 7 Bletchley Park. Communications Signals Office. 9 Bletchley Park to September 1943. Hut 8. Hut 14 and Block E, Cypher 4 Officer. Hut 9. Also in Secretariat of Deputy Director (Service). Detached to School of Oriental Studies September 1943. 7 4 7 14, 11, 7 4, 7, 9

Butterworth Butterworth Buttery Button Button Buttrum Buxton

Kathleen M Barbara Leslie Norman WA Valerie Florence Joyce Pinion, later Bitter

ATS, Royal Signals. Beaumanor. Intercept operator. FO Civilian, C VI, Miss. Bletchley Park. WAAF, Assistant Section Officer WAAF, Cpl. WRNS FO Civilian, TA, Miss. Bletchley Park 1941 - 1945. Block F. Air Section. Worked on BMP reports on German air defence activity. Bletchley Park. Naval Section. Flowerdown December 1943 - January 1946. Intercept operator. Bletchley Park 1943 - 1946. Hut 4, Cover Management Y. Supervisor co-ordinating coverage by Y stations of Axis diplomatic signals.

Winyard Sayer

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Surname while Forenames or Initials Post-War serving surname, if different Buxton Byatt Bye Byers Bynon Byrne Byrom Byrom GNV D Yvonne John J Frank M HHEJ Muriel

Service, Rank or Grade, Title

Summary of Service

Sources

Sawczuk

Army, Int Corps, Capt. Bletchley Park from 1940. Hut 3. WRNS, L/Wren Bletchley Park. Naval Section. WAAF, ACW. Bletchley Park late 1939 - late 1941. Mansion (ballroom). Communication Section, teleprinter operator. Army. WAAF Service. WAAF, ACW. WRNS Whaddon Hall. SCU 1. Bletchley Park from 1940. Commcen.

2, 5, 9 11, 2, 7

Wright

7 2 7 Bletchley Park. Elmers School, Hut 16 and Block G. ISK. 4 Gayhurst Manor and Eastcote to April 1944. Bletchley Park April 1944 7 - June 1945. Hut 11. Bombe operator.

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