Churchill's British Resistance - The Auxiliary Units


Sunk Island Auxiliary Unit Patrol

This page was last updated at 6:58 am on 1/12/12

Thank you for selecting information on the Sunk Island 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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 The Group consisted of Skeffling, Sunk Island and Withernsea Patrols

Group 6 was Commanded by Captain Harry North Dixon YJBK/869/457 DOB 08/06/1905 a Farmer and Contractor from Sunk Island. The group Sgt Clerk was Sgt George Johnson JCHL/10/1 DOB 06/08/1905 a Tractor Driver of Halsham.

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Sgt John Rodham Wigham      JCHG/31/4 Agricultural Committee Official 01/05/1916
Cpl Charles K Todd YJBK/9675/25 Farmer 28/03/1924
Pte John Alfred Meadley JCHG/18/4 Farm Worker 14/11/1912
Pte Leonard Harrison JCHH/34/4 Tractor Driver 06/10/1914
Pte James Carter Smith JCAN/28/1 Agg Machinery Supt 28/02/1898
Earlier Members of the Patrol:

Pte Robert H Dixon, Pte William Farndale 

The Operational Base has been destroyed.

RAF Patrington was a Radar Station and used for Ground Controlled Interception. Possible shipping movements on the River Humber.

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Nominal Rolls at the National Archive.