Hampshire Auxiliary Unit Members.
This page was last updated at 3:30pm on 19/3/14
We have placed all the Auxiliers we are aware of currently on the patrol reports on the main county page.
This page lists known Auxiliers in the county who cannot be placed currently in a patrol due to a lack of
If you can help please do get in touch with us.
The patrol names for the
west of Hampshire and the New Forest have been identified from National Archives file WO199/3391, but are not
divided by patrol.
The nominal roll gives
the surname, initials, ID card number and address, together with date of birth. The patrols have been arranged
according to the addresses and ID card numbers around known patrol leaders. This means the allocations may not
be completely accurate.
information such as first names and dates of death have been added using the 1911 census, Ancestry.co.uk and
FreeBMD.com. Some men, particularly those from the Ringwood area where there are several patrols, could not be
allocated with any confidence to one patrol or another.
& Members name/s:
Pte. Ronald J
Pte. W J
Mitchell 18/7/1899 Transferred
Pte. Maurice William
12/10/1910 Joined HM Forces, April
Pte. A J
Pte. Albert Edward
14/08/1902 left circa 1942
Attwood 20/7/1896 Posted
8th Bn Hants HG May1943
Pte. Bryan Herbert S
12/12/1913 Nurseryman 1997
Pte. Charles Albert
11/10/1896 Posted to 8th Bn HG
J Mitchell was
transferred to Devon Auxiliary Units when he moved to Newton Abbott in July 1944.
Bryan Guy was a
nurseryman at Belle Vue Nurseries in Ringwood, which still operates today. His daughter was friends with Mary
Probert, daughter of Ringwood “A” patrol leader, but she is fairly sure he was not serving with her
We would be pleased to hear from anyone who has further information about the above men and which Auxiliary Unit
they might have served in.