National Archives catalogue reference WO 171/1513

 

Abbreviations

652797

A/Ldg

Adjt

Brigade

Comds

Coy

CRE

Det

Div
Fd

Gp

GSO

Indep

Inf

LMG

M/C

MG

MR

MS

MT

OC

"O" Group

OR
Para

Pk

Pl

Pln
RE

Recce

RV

Sqn

X tracks

Map Reference

Airlanding

Adjutant

Brigade

Commanders

Company

Commander Royal Engineers

Detachment

Division / Divisional

Field

Gp

General Staff Officer

Independent

Infantry

Light Machine Gun

Motor Cycle

Machine Gun

Map Reference

Motor Ship

Motor Transport

Officer Commanding

Orders Group

Other Ranks

Parachute

Park

Platoon

Platoon

Royal Engineers

Reconnaissance

Rendezvous

Squadron

Crosstracks

 

 

Month and year: September 1944

 

1st September 1944

Gliders loaded for Operation "LINNET".

 

2nd September 1944

Operation "LINNET" cancelled.

 

3rd September 1944

Coy. stood by to take part in a further operation which was being planned.  Later in the day this operation was cancelled.

 

4th September 1944

Major WINCHESTER attended a planning conference for a further operation at MOOR PARK.

 

5th September 1944

Capts. BINYON, O'CALLAGHAN and HEGGIE, Lts. TIMMINS and WISE and all Pl. Sgts. moved to MOOR PARK for O.C.'s "O" group there.  These personnel were briefed for the next operation.

 

6th September 1944

O.C. and "O" group rejoined the Company from MOOR PARK at BLAKEHILL transit camp.

 

7th September 1944

Transit camp sealed.  Coy briefed for next operation.

 

1700 - Coy less No.2 Pln. moved to HARWELL; 2 Pln. moved to BROADWELL transit camps.

 

8th September 1944

Impending operation postponed 48 hrs.

 

9th September 1944

Operation postponed again 24 hrs and then 48 hrs.

 

10th September 1944

Gliders unloaded.  Operation cancelled.

 

12th September 1944

Coy. moved in afternoon to KEEVIL transit camp.  O.C. and Lt. WISE moved to MOOR PARK for planning conference for next operation.

 

13th September 1944

Majority of Coy. granted 24 hrs leave pass.

 

15th September 1944

Gliders loaded for Coy. less 261 Fd. Pk. and compressor load dets at KEEVIL and these dets at DOWN AMPNEY.  Platoon commanders briefed for operation "MARKET".

 

16th September 1944

All officers and O.R.'s briefed for operation "MARKET".

 

17th September 1944

Place: KEEVIL transit camp

 

0845 - The Coy. less the det of No.2 Pln. flying from DOWN AMPNEY and 2nd Seaborne lift of 20 men left camp for the aerodrome.

 

1020 - Gliders took off from KEEVIL aerodrome for ARNHEM area.

 

Place: ARNHEM area

 

1340 - Coy gliders landed on LZ "Z" (M.R. 652797 HOLLAND 1/25000 sheet 6 N.W.) approx 4 miles WEST of ARNHEM.  All gliders landed safely except for:-

        (a) One of No.1 Pl's personnel glider (No.390), carrying Sgt. OAKEY and 20 O.R.'s, which crashed en route in ENGLAND; all the occupants being killed.

        (b) One glider (No.385) containing jeep and trailer, which failed to arrive having forced landed in ENGLAND en route.

        (c) Major WINCHESTER's glider (No.380), which crashed on landing.  As a result of this crash Spr. HOLDSTOCK was killed and Sgt. PAFFETT and Spr. ROBERTSON both injured in the ankles.  Both glider pilots were shaken by the crash but recovered within hr.

 

1415 - Coy R.V. at SOUTH corner of wood adjoining EAST edge of L.Z. "Z" (M.R. 660792)

 

1430 - Lt. WISE returned to R.V. and Coy having been wounded by M.G. fire from X tracks 400 yds NORTH of WOLFHEZEN HOTEL (M.R. 670795).  Lt. WISE was wounded in both legs, left arm and nose, but no bones broken and still able to walk slowly.

 

1430 - Capt. HEGGIE with two jeeps and 11 O.R.'s (loads of gliders Nos.382 and 383) left Coy R.V. to join Recce Sqn. for the operation against ARNHEM road bridge at prearranged R.V. (M.R. 6470).

 

1500 - Capt. O'CALLAGHAN and No.2 Pl. less one section left Coy. R.V. to capture the railway bridge (M.R. 707764).

 

1510 - Capt. BINYON with No.1 Pl., less det in missing glider, and Lt. TIMMINS with one section No.2 Pl. despatched to capture HOTEL WOLFHEZEN (M.R 672793), which had been appointed as the future coy H.Q.

 

1530 - Coy H.Q. plus No.3 Pl. less det with Capt. HEGGIE left R.V. (at M.R. 660792) for WOLFHEZEN HOTEL.

 

1545 - No.3 Pl, which was leading, held up by M.G. fire coming from S.E. (approx M.R. 668792) after having gone about 600 yds from original R.V.  Lt. STEEL halted column, went forward on a motor cycle to investigate and has not been heard of or seen since.

 

1630 - Coy. H.Q. and No.3 Pl. dug in and established a defensive position protecting the guns a X tracks 500 yds EAST of original R.V. (M.R. 665792)

 

1730 - Message received from Capt. BINYON (from vicinity M.R. 671793) to the effect that he was meeting strong opposition.

 

About 1800 - Lt. TIMMINS shot dead while carrying out a right flank attack on HOTEL WOLFHEZEN.  No. 1864319 Spr. GREIG badly wounded in stomach and L/Cpl TAKLE (No. 1922379) also wounded while trying to fetch in Spr. GREIG (approx M.R. 670795)

 

About 1930 - Capt. BINYON ordered to withdraw his party and that under Lt. TIMMINS to main coy position at X tracks (M.R. 665792)

 

About 1900 - South corner of coy position attacked by stray enemy party with M.G. 42.  Three enemy killed.  Estimated three wounded.  M.G. 42 captured.  Enemy dead identified as HITLER JUGEND.  A relatively quiet night with sounds of heavy fighting from the direction of RENKUM and the Western outskirts of ARNHEM.  No further news from dets under Capts. O'Callaghan and Heggie.  No wireless touch with dets.

 

18th September 1944

Place: ARNHEM area

 

About 1100 - Visit from C.R.E.  News that Recce Sqn operation against the main road bridge round the NORTH of the town had been held up and that Capt. HEGGIE was still with the Recce Sqn, which was staging another thrust from the WEST.  Capt. HEGGIE reports nil casualties.  Lt. WISE and Sgt. PAFFETT despatched to hospital in WOLFHEZEN which is now clear of enemy and held by some Glider Pilots.  A quiet morning.  2nd lift due at 1100 hrs has NOT arrived.

 

1430 - Second lift of gliders arrived.  Amongst them one jeep and trailer glider, which failed to arrive yesterday.  261 Fd Pk Coy det arrived complete with bulldozer.  Heard that Spr GREIG and L/Cpl TAKLE, who were wounded yesterday, had both died at WOLFHEZEN in hospital.

 

1615 - Coy H.Q. and remainder Nos.1 and 3 Pls moved off behind Div to new location in OESTERBEEK mile N.W. of Div H.Q. (M.R. 687784).  Just after starting No.1 Pl. was detached to WOLFHEZEN to destroy 22 enemy guns captured there by 1 A/Ldg Bde.

 

Place: OESTERBEEK area

 

1800 - Coy arrived in new location, took up a defensive position and started to dig in.  A quiet night in OESTERBEEK but sounds of heavy fighting from the direction of ARNHEM road bridge, which is reported as being in our hands.  No word from Capt. O'CALLAGHAN and No.2 Pln.  Lt. Steel still missing.  Wireless working badly and no contacts except with C.R.E. on 22 set.

 

19th September 1944

Place: OESTERBEEK area

 

During the morning Capt. Binyon and No.1 Platoon destroyed 22 enemy guns found in WOLFHEZEN with explosives.  L/Cpl Hallam whose back was hurt by the tail of a glider during its unloading, evacuated to hospital.

 

About 1100 - Ground strafing attack by enemy fighters.  They were engaged by LMG and small arms fire from all available weapons.  During the late morning, Major Winchester, Capt. Heggie and a party of 6 Sappers visited HEVERDORP flying ferry (MR 686768) and the jetty on the NORTH bank (MR 682768) approx. 500 yds. downstream, with the object of collecting Diesel barges for future bridging operations.  NO serviceable barges were secured.  Cpl. Hey and two sappers brought in 7 O.Rs. mainly of S.Staffs from DRIEL village (MR 6875).  Air re-supply in the afternoon.  Two Stirlings and three Dakotas seen to be shot down.  Towards evening some confusion and much firing from position held by Glider Pilots and Borders 400 yds. north of Coy. position.  Just before dark, approx. 60 O.Rs. of 4 Para. Sqn. and 12 O.Rs. of 1 Para. Sqn. moved into a defensive position in SONNENBERG HOUSE (MR 688785) immediately N.W. of the Coy. position.  1 Sqn. detachment commanded by Capt. George and 4 Sqn detachment commanded by Major Perkins with Capt. Cormie and Lt. N. Thomas.

 

20th September 1944

Place: OESTERBEEK area

 

Re-supply from the air.

 

1100 - During the morning, BORDERS to the NORTH of Coy. position engaged and disabled two enemy tanks.  Early afternoon.  Capt. Heggie and approx. 15 men of No.3 Pln. sent to defend HEVERDORP ferry in a position 500 yds. west of BORDERS position.  Towards evening increasing mortar fire on Coy. position.  Capt. Green, Adjt. R.E. ferried to south bank of river at HEVERDORP ferry by Capt. Heggie's party.  He is being sent to contact 30 Corps which is advancing to our relief.  2nd Army is reported to have reached Nijmegen.  Spr. Wilson, W.H. wounded in legs and arms.  Spr. Williams, C.R. wounded in the foot.  Cpl. Pink reported killed while serving with the S. Staffords in Eastern sector of the perimeter.

 

1400 - Air re-supply.

 

21st September 1944

Place: OESTERBEEK area

 

0600 - Mortar fire opened on coy. position.  More accurate than yesterday's fire.  This mortar fire continued during most of the day.  One Jeep and one trailer destroyed.

 

Approx. 0900 - Capt. Heggie and approx 8 men returned to report that they had had to withdraw from the HEVERDORP ferry just after midnight, when they were heavily attacked.  Spr. Gwilliams killed.  In late afternoon Capt. Heggie and Capt. Wetherill wounded by mortar fire.  The following ORs wounded during the day - Sjt. Telford, Spr. Robertson, Cpl. Raggett, Sprs. Dane and Pedan.  Spr. Morris killed.  In late afternoon two No.18 sets and two Jeeps damaged by mortar fire.  News from C.R.E. that Polish Indep. Para. Bde. Gp. dropped South of the river opposite OESTERBEEK towards dusk.  Re-supply in afternoon.

 

2000 - L/Sjt. Green and approx 12 Sprs. under Lt. Storrs attempted to establish a ferry across the river opposite OESTERBEEK at approx MR 699768 with Recce boats and trailer rafts.  Unsuccessful.

 

22nd September 1944

Place: OESTERBEEK area

 

Heavy mortar fire on coy. position lasted all day.  Spr. KENNEY wounded left shoulder.

 

Approx. 1030 - C.R.E. crossed river at MR 699768 with G.S.O.1 to contact 30 Corps.  Major Winchester acting as C.R.E.  Reported that 2nd Army has linked up with Polish Indep. Para. Bde. Gp.  Following sappers wounded - Beech, Congreve, Martin, Beardall.

 

23rd September 1944

Place: OESTERBEEK area

 

Uneventful day.  Heavy mortar fire all day.  There is a general lack of news of what is happening on the SOUTH bank.

 

1930 - L/Sjt. Lake accompanied party of 20 Sprs. from 1 Para. Sqn. under Capt. Brown which ferried Poles across to the NORTH bank in recce boats at approx MR 693768.

 

24th September 1944

Place: OESTERBEEK area

 

Capt. Binyon reported missing.  He was last seen stalking a tank in the wood NORTH of the coy. position with a PIAT.  Steady mortaring of coy. position all day.

 

25th September 1944

Place: OESTERBEEK area

 

Approx. 0130 - Reported that DORSETS of 43 Inf. Div. carrying out an assault crossing of the river opposite HEVERDORP ferry.

 

Just after first light - C.R.E. returned to Div. H.Q. from South bank.

 

Approx 1100 - Major Winchester reassumed command of 9 Field Coy and returned with orders for withdrawal at 2115 hrs tonight to South of river.

 

1300 - Capt. George, Capt. Cormie & Lt. Thomas briefed by Major Winchester as to method of withdrawal to-night, and shown route to be taken.  Pass word JOHN BULL.  Code word for withdrawal operation "BERLIN".

 

1600 - All ranks of 9 Field Coy briefed for withdrawal.

 

1945 - Major Winchester and 4 Sappers left to tape westerly route of withdrawal.  Coy. put under command of Capt. GEORGE 1 Para Sqn. for withdrawal.

 

2115 - Lt. THOMAS and advance party of 4 Para Sqn withdrew through Coy positions.

 

2127 - Withdrawal of Coy from defended position commenced in parties of approx 15, each under a Sgt. or Senior N.C.O.

 

2230 - First parties of Coy reached river bank SOUTH of church at OESTERBEEK (M.R. 693769) preparatory to crossing the river in assault boats manned by Canadian R.E. units of Second Army.  Some mortaring while parties waiting to embark.

 

26th September 1944

Place: OESTERBEEK area

 

Approx 0100 - Last element of Coy that reached river bank in safety ferried across River RHINE.  Individuals of Coy marched approx 2 miles to the DORSETS in DRIEL, where first aid was rendered and blankets and tea issued.  During the remainder of the night, individuals proceeded independently via MALBURG to a barracks in NIJMEGEN where they were met by 1st Seaborne Lift and fed and accommodated for the next day.  Most of the Coy slept and rested all day until the late afternoon, when it moved to another barracks in NIJMEGEN.

 

27th September 1944

Coy remained in NIJMEGEN and received a new issue of clothing and equipment.

 

28th September 1944

Approx 1130 - Coy moved in M.T. from NIJMEGEN via EINDHOVEN to LOUVAIN.

 

29th September 1944

During the morning, all ranks were given leave to shop in LOUVAIN.

 

1430 - Coy moved in M.T. to BRUSSELS airfield.

 

Approx 1545 - Airborne personnel plus Lt. BROWN and 4 Sappers emplaned in Dakota aircraft for ENGLAND.  1st Seaborne party of 12 Sappers under Cpl. TOLSON left behind to return to ENGLAND by sea.

 

Approx 1830 - Airborne party arrived BLAKESTON HEATH aerodrome, was given a meal and proceeded in M.T. to permanent billets in TATTERSHALL.

 

30th September 1944

Day spent in re-equipping, re-organisation and checking of casualty lists.  Total number of personnel returned and casualties given in Appx "B".

 

 

Appendix

2nd Seaborne Lift War Diary

 

22nd September 1944

Sub Units of 261 Fd Pk, 1st Para Sqn., 4th Para Sqn., H.Q.R.E., 9 Fd Coy R.E. concentrated in CONINGSBY under Lt J. MINTER. R.E.

 

Concentration completed 1400 hrs.

 

Lt. MINTER attended Group "O" group 2100 hrs.

 

23rd September 1944

1st Airborne Div. RE., 2nd Seaborne Lift moved off 0430 hrs for transit camp.  Unit arrived BRENTWOOD transit camp 1600 hrs.  Vehicle casualties 1 m/c.  M.T. drivers left for Vehicle Transit Bark prior to embarkation under command L/Cpl BRIDGE.

 

Unit passengers debussed.

 

Lt. MINTER attended "O" group 2100 hrs.

 

24th September 1944

Lt. MINTER visited TILBURY DOCK 1200 hrs.

 

Unit embarked 1800 hrs motorship EMPIRE GENERAL.

 

27th September 1944

M.S. EMPIRE GENERAL heaved to 5 miles off ARRAMANCHES.

 

1st October 1944

M.S. EMPIRE GENERAL sailed for U.K. 0900 hrs.

 

2nd October 1944

M.S. EMPIRE GENERAL docked at Tilbury.  Unit disembarked 1800 hrs. and personnel less M.T. drivers taken to Brentwood transit camp.

 

3rd October 1944

Unit transport unloaded and concentrates at Brentwood transit camp 1400 hrs.  Lieut. Minter attended Group "O" group 2200 hrs.

 

4th October 1944

Unit moved off 0600 hrs for Coningsby.  Unit arrived and dispersed at Coningsby 1600 hrs.  Lieut. Minter reported arrived to Major J.C. Winchester 1630 hrs.

 

 

Appendix "A"

to War Diary for September 1944

Loading of Gliders for Operation "Market"

 

nb. Gliders Nos.5 and 6 are Second Lift and contained 261 Field Park Company Detachment. All others are First Lift; Nos. 7 to 11 are No.1 Platoon, 12-16 No.2 Platoon, and 17-21 No.3 Platoon.

 

Load.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

Jeeps.

 

1

1

 

2

1

1

1

 

 

1

 

1

1

 

 

1

1

1

1

 

Trailers, 10 cwt.

 

1

1

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

1

 

1

1

 

 

1

 

 

 

2

Trailers, Compressor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

1

1

 

Motor Cycles, Heavy.

2

 

 

2

 

2

 

1

2

2

 

2

 

 

2

1

1

 

 

 

 

Motor Cycles, Light.

1

1

1

1

 

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cycles.

18

4

4

18

 

4

4

6

18

18

4

18

4

4

18

3

1

 

 

 

 

Crawler Tractor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

Stores, lbs.

200

 

 

200

 

 

 

 

200

200

 

200

 

 

200

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Personnel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

O.C.

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 i/c/

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Platoon Comds, Capts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

Subalterns.

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

O.Rs.

8

5

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

21

21

5

6

4

20

21

5

6

4

20

21

 

 

Appendix "B"

to War Diary for September 1944

List of Casualties on Operation "Market"

 

Killed.  Battle Accident.  17 Sept 44

1869967

Sgt. Oakey, A.F.

2567134

L/S Allan, R.

1991343

Cpl. Clampitt, A.L.

2151435

L/C. Pickburn, E.

1920288

L/C. Burroughs, W.

2116294

Spr. Davies, F.A.S.

2149858

Spr. Carney, R.

14435855

Spr. Beale, J.C.

1572485

Spr. Evans, J.

1912393

Spr. Westfield, J.

2016825

Spr. Godfrey, E.G.

2012349

Spr. Cuthbertson, A.

2140521

Spr. Williamson, J.

1909487

Spr. Calvert, C.

2004067

Spr. Turner, C.

1878111

Spr. Shepherd, E.E.

2115241

Spr. Fernyhough, J.

5962448

Spr. Street

1883270

Spr. Watt, A.

2009013

Spr. Holtham, D.

2573062

Spr. Hall, A.

1868794

Spr. Holdstock, R.

 

Killed in Action

 

 

Date of Death.

5183948

L/Sgt. Ryder J. (Died of wounds)

23 Sept.

2117848

Spr. Lawson, A.

24 Sept.

1881388

Spr. Kelly, J.

23 Sept.

1949070

Dvr. Gwilliams, G.R.

21 Sept.

2075666

Spr. Morris, T.

21 Sept.

1870901

Cpl. Pink, H.

20 Sept.

1922379

L/Cpl. Takle, W.T.

18 Sept.

1864319

Spr. Greig, P.

18 Sept.

935502

S/S/I. Snow.

 

Reported Missing believed P.o.W. (Now Confirmed).

 

 

Date wounded.

1870477

Sgt. Paffett, J.

17 Sept.

1500857

Spr. McAndrews, R.

19 Sept.

2135629

Spr. Dane, E.V.

21 Sept.

1916486

Dvr. Martin, A.W.

22 Sept.

1867233

Spr. Postons, C.

18 Sept.

 

Reported Missing believed P.o.W. in German Hands.

 

 

Date wounded.

2214677

L/Cpl. Hallam, G.

18 Sept.

6461773

Spr. Wilson, W.H.

20 Sept.

2155890

Spr. Williams, C.R.

20 Sept.

2037399

Sgt. Telford, J.H.

21 Sept.

1870303

Cpl. Raggett, L.

21 Sept.

1946493

Spr. Beech, A.

22 Sept.

2110273

Spr. Peden, J.

21 Sept.

2116183

Spr. Robertson, G.

21 Sept.

2093358

Spr. Kenny, R.

22 Sept.

2017173

Spr. Beardall, A.

22 Sept.

1896463

Cpl. Leach, K.

23 Sept.

1886771

L/Cpl. Sibley, J.

23 Sept.

1864157

Spr. Saabye, J.

24 Sept.

2006119

Cpl. Ashworth, M.

24 Sept.

1895443

Spr. Brown, J.

24 Sept.

1892470

Dvr. Edwards, W.G.

24 Sept.

2090434

Spr. Andrews, A.

24 Sept.

1983942

Spr. Hillman, J.

21 Sept.

1948281

Spr. May, G.H.

25 Sept.

4193784

Spr. Parry, W.

25 Sept.

2110263

Spr. Milne, D.

Not known.

1867057

Sgt. Gibbons, E. "Sonny"

"

2004083

L/Sgt. Cawood, R.O. "Bob"

"

2077843

Cpl. Cliffton, W.

"

1892883

Cpl. Evans, R. "Bob"

"

1899780

Cpl. Lancaster, A. A. "Albert"

"

2012016

L/Cpl. Bradley, C. "Tom"

"

1873858

L/Cpl. Coward, W.

"

1578944

L/Cpl. Carmalt, H. "Albert"

"

2075438

L/Cpl. Johnson, W.E.

"

2073139

Spr. Cameron, A.

"

5837704

Spr. Quinton, V.C. "Vic"

"

14435606

Spr. Carpenter, T. "Tom"

"

1876270

Spr. Cottle, A.A. "Arthur Alex"

"

2139020

Spr. Close, J.H. "Joe"

"

2090772

Spr. Everett, J. "John"

"

14435314

Spr. Fox, G. "George"

"

2004091

Spr. Hyland, T. "Tom"

"

2152263

Spr. Harvey, R.

"

1876347

Spr. Knight, W.

"

2115530

Spr. Linden, W. "Eddy"

"

2090115

Spr. Paine, F.E. "Frank"

"

1944645

Spr. Robinson, M.W.P.

"

1911244

Spr. Rogers, W. "Bill"

"

6148170

Spr. Trouse, R. "Bob"

"

2126746

Spr. Tunningley, A.

"

2006480

Spr. Turner, R. "Ron"

"

4858665

Spr. Thompson, H. "Harry"

"

2093615

Spr. Turner, A.

"

1876186

Spr. Wilson, C.J.

"

1876910

Spr. Tipler, J. "Jack"

"

2135831

Spr. Parkin, G.

"

2070159

Spr. Cole, A.C.

"

2012021

Dvr. Donoghue, J.

"

1922243

Dvr. Weddell, P. "Phil"

"

1877041

Spr. Shelley, L.F.

24 Sept.

2114205

Cpl. Aldridge, S.

25 Sept.

1867699

Cpl. Wharton, J.

Not known.

2135596

Cpl. Barber, W.E.

"

2113967

L/Cpl. Beveridge, T.

"

2017149

L/Cpl. Hartley, K.

"

1876615

Spr. Coleman, W.

"

1944411

Spr. Duckers, H.

"

1868145

Spr. Howe, F.

"

2124141

Spr. Hudson, G.

"

2058280

Spr. Knight, J.

"

1885661

Spr. Pratt, A.G.

"

2183183

Spr. Ross, J.

"

1875932

Spr. Staniforth, W.

"

1883104

Spr. Reeves, R.

"

2115240

Spr. Turton, B.

"

14435964

Spr. Buckley, L.

25 Sept.

2069925

Spr. Cook, J.

25 Sept.

1990921

Spr. Clarke, W.

21 Sept.

2040246

Spr. Brookes, F.

Not known.

2020170

Spr. Paterson, R.

"