Hampshire

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Overview

The Hampshire Auxiliary Units Patrols can be divided into 10 Groups from lists recorded by Major Malcolm Hancock based at Coleshill House around September 1944. Groups 9 and 10 cover the Isle of Wight.

There were some changes in Patrols and personnel over time and the Group structure did not exist earlier in the war, but it provides a useful way to look at the Patrols.

The Hampshire nominal roll is a simple A-Z address book. The only way to identify which Auxiliers were in what Patrol is by their home address.

Where Patrols are close together there maybe some question over which Patrol the men were part of.

Headquarters

Hampshire had a single Headquarters in use from formation until Stand Down at 1, Brook Street, Bishops Waltham, Southampton

Intelligence Officers (IO)
Role Name Posted from Until
Intelligence Officer Captain John Crosthwaite-Eyre 15 Jul 1940 1941
Intelligence Officer Captain Edward Buxton Clive 15 Oct 1940 03 Feb 1943
Intelligence Officer Major Edward Buxton Clive 04 Feb 1943 27 Sep 1944
Scout sections

The West Hampshire Scout Section was based in the New Forest. Very little is known about the East Hampshire Scout Section.

Map of Patrol locations

Avon Castle Patrol

Baddesley Patrol

Bishops Waltham Patrol

Bishopstoke Patrol

Braishfield Patrol

Brockenhurst Patrol

Buriton Patrol

Burley Patrol

Cadnam Patrol

Chalton Patrol

Chandler's Ford Patrol

Clanfield Patrol

Cosham Patrol

Droxford Patrol

Fordingbridge Patrol

Fritham Patrol

Froxfield Patrol

Hale Patrol

Havant Patrol

Langrish Patrol

Locks Heath Patrol

Lovedean Patrol

Lyndhurst Patrol

Park Gate A Patrol

Park Gate B Patrol

Ringwood A Patrol

Ringwood B Patrol

Ringwood C Patrol

Sherfield English Patrol

Soberton A Patrol

Soberton B Patrol

Somerley Patrol

Southwick Patrol

Swaythling Patrol

Titchfield Patrol

Warsash Patrol

West Tytherley Patrol

Battalion