Churchill's British Resistance - The Auxiliary Units

 

Burton Fleming Auxiliary Unit Patrol

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Thank you for selecting information on the Burton Fleming Auxiliary Unit Patrol located in East Yorkshire.

Research into this patrol and its training is ongoing. The information below is published from various sources and is by no means conclusive. If information is not listed below it does not necessarily mean the information is not out there but normally means CART researchers have not found it yet.

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Burton Fleming belonged to Number 1 Group which consisted of Bridlington North, Bridlington South, Burton Agnes, Kilham, Flixton and Wold Newton, Harpham Patrols.

The Area Group Commander was Captain Charles V Colley of Bridlington. Captain Colley was also the Group Commander of No 1 Group. His assistant Group Commander was Lt Neville J Woodward. Group Sgt Clerks were Sgt Jeffrey Horsfield and Sgt William M Jacob. The training W.O. was CSM Frederick K Richardson.

Not currently known.

Sgt George Earnest Pickering JCDH/47/1
Cpl George Boyes JCDH/14/4
Pte Wilfred Alison JCDH/103/4
Pte William Kenneth Wells JCDH/23/6
Other members of the Unit before 1942
Pte Tom Wells  JCDH/23/3
Pte Kenneth Burrell  JCIP/37/3
Pte Alan Harvey   .

Not currently known.

Not currently known.

Not currently known.

Tommy Guns, Later Stenguns, .38 revolvers and FS knives.

Currently unknown



Nominal Rolls at the National Archive.