|Unit or location||Role||Posted from||until|
|Rackheath Hall Instation||Operator||21 Sep 1941||1942|
|Hannington Hall, Wiltshire||ATS Staff||15 Mar 1942||26 Jun 1944|
Faculty of Arts 1930-32
King's College, University of London
ATS Section Leader
In 1939 she was a ATS section leader in a General Duties Company with number W/9208.
Awarded Certificate of Good Service 1 Jan 1943.
Beatrice Temple noted in her diary; "Nov 29 1941. On to Ely to see Boitel-Gill (sombre woman, imagine very efficient but never a laugh).
Saturday Jan 31 1942 – on to Norwich Boitel-Gill alone.
Monday March 2 1942
Maj Winterborn at Hannington Hall – going almost at once. Possibility that number of ATS may be cut down to 30. Thinks we should get Boitel-Gill.
Sunday March 15 1942
Letter of protest to Col Beyts. Any connection with previous remarks. Major Petherick leave 17th. – Boitel-Gill arrived at Hannington Hall.
She married Alan Grant on 29 Apr 1943. Beatrice Temple attended her wedding wearing her trademark tartan skirt.