Joseph Harold Fletcher

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Second Lieutenant Joseph Harold Fletcher
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Biography

Lieutenant Fletcher was likely posted to Auxiliary Units directly after being commissioned. He was in South Wales in 1943, with an office in an empty shop. Bert Davis, one of the small team recalled he was known to the men as “Joe”, and normally operated in civilian clothes. He moved to cover the Southwest Area for the last couple of months of the year. From February 1944 he was in East Anglia.

Postings
Unit or location Role Posted from until
Chirnside, Area 17 Area Officer Royal Signals 1943 1944
Cheviot, Area 11 Area Officer Royal Signals 1944 08 Sep 1944
Bowland, Area 10 Area Officer Royal Signals 1944 08 Sep 1944
Golding, Area 17A Area Officer Royal Signals 1943 1944
Chiswell, Area 12 Area Officer Royal Signals 1944 08 Sep 1944
Ormskirk, Area 9 Area Officer Royal Signals 1944 08 Sep 1944
Harcourt, Ardal 18 Area Officer Royal Signals 1943 1943
Harcourt, Area 18 Area Officer Royal Signals 1943 1943
Bramley, Ardal 19 Area Officer Royal Signals 1943 1943
Bramley, Area 19 Area Officer Royal Signals 1943 1943
Regiment
The Royal Signals
Military number
277951
Commissioned or Enlisted
26 May 1943
Career

Commission in Royal Signals