Churchill's British Resistance - The Auxiliary Units

 

Minster Auxiliary Unit Patrol

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Thank you for selecting information on the Minster Auxiliary Unit Patrol and their Operational Base on the Isle of Sheppy. The info and images below have been supplied by CART CIO for Kent, Phil Evans.

The first I.O for Kent was Grenadier Guards Captain Peter Fleming. He was the man responsible for setting up the Units in Kent under the name of the XII corps Observation Unit. In late 1940 he left and a Royal Fusilier Captain Norman Field then took over as I.O. At some point in Normans command he split Kent in two. West Kent came under the command of Captain George MacNicholl and Norman commanded East Kent. In late 1941 Norman was taken away from the Units and George MacNicholl took over as I.O. for the whole of Kent for the rest of the war.

Formed at some point in 1940 part of Isle of Sheppey Group run by Group Leader Lt. William G Johnson.

J W Page - Wall End Farm, Minster
H W J Howard - Barton Hill Road, Minster
H J Howard - Barton Hill Road, Minster
H Martin - Halfway Road, Minster
J I Fulljames - Halfway House, Sheerness

The two Howards from Barton Hill Road, Minster, were father and son.

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Information was kindly given to us by Adrian Westwood.

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