Captain Christopher C. Sandford
05 Dec 1902 - 27 Feb 1983
Sandford married Lettice Mackintosh Rate (1902-1993) on 7 December 1929 after meeting her on a skiiing holiday in Switzerland. They lived at Eye Manor.
He bought the Golden Cockerel Press in 1933 and developed it into a well known brand in the prewar era, with engraving works from famous artists including Eric Ravillous. After the war he sold the business in 1959 and opened Eye Manor to the public. He was a founding director of the Folio Society.
|Unit or location||Role||Posted from||until|
|Eye Manor, Herefordshire||Intelligence Officer||16 Jun 1941||29 Jan 1942|
|Herefordshire||Intelligence Officer||15 Jul 1941||1943|
|Worcestershire||Intelligence Officer||15 Jul 1941||1943|
|Sir Fynwy||Intelligence Officer||15 Jul 1941||1943|
|Monmouthshire||Intelligence Officer||15 Jul 1941||1943|
The Intelligence Corps
Commissioned or Enlisted
15 Jul 1941
Commissioned 1941, Intelligence Corps. Intelligence Officer Monmouthshire and Herefordshire, using his home at Eye Manor his headquarters.
Eye Manor, Leominster, Herefordshire
Possibly he was commissioned direct from the Home Guard to be Intelligence Officer as happened elsewhere.
The Mercian Maquis, Lowry and Wilks,