Lieutenant John Hunter Monck-Mason
16 Feb 1909 - 1992
In 1941 John married Dorothy Eileen Peacock who was subsequently an ATS Operator. In the 1939 Register the couple were living together and she was recorded with his surname.
He was the nephew of Adrian Monck-Mason who was a Special Duties Civilian Operator.
|Unit or location||Role||Posted from||until|
|Chirnside, Area 17||Area Officer Royal Signals||23 Mar 1942||1943|
|Kent Network, Area 13||Area Officer Royal Signals||1942||1942|
|Harston, Area 14||Area Officer Royal Signals||1942||1942|
|Golding, Area 17A||Area Officer Royal Signals||1942||1943|
|Byfield, Area 15A||Area Officer Royal Signals||Unknown||1943|
The Royal Signals
Commissioned or Enlisted
20 Sep 1941
Radio Company manager
In early 1943 he was in Kent and Sussex as Area Signals Officer.
By March he was in the Southwest undertaking the same role. He appears to have left Auxiliary Units by late 1943.
Promoted War Substantive Captain. Further service not currently known.
3 Dec 1946 Relinquished Commission and granted honorary rank of Major.
(1939) 19 Belgrave Road, Pimlico, City of Westminster, London