Private Peter Louis Potter
29 May 1925 - 23 Oct 2019
Peter was Auxilier Walter Potter's son. When one of the Patrol broke his arm badly, Peter was co-opted to join the Patrol as a replacement, but was called up just a couple of months later. He served as a rear gunner on Lancaster bombers.
Peter marched at the Cenotaph in London in remembrance of Auxiliary Units in November 2015.
Peter’s story is recorded in a book by Hugh Frostick, Tales of Peter Potter, which includes his time with Auxiliary Units and in the RAF.
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|Fingringhoe Patrol||Patrol member||Unknown||Unknown|
Little Brier Street
He joined RAF