Captain Cresswell Lee was mentioned in the diary of Senior Commander Beatrice Temple as being newly arrived on 15 Dec 1942. He also appears on a set of Part II Orders dated 22 September 1943. It is thought that he was the Royal Engineers (Works) Officer at Coleshill.
|Unit or location||Role||Posted from||until|
|Royal Engineers' Office||Captain Royal Engineers (Works)||15 Dec 1942||Unknown|
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He as commissioned as Acting Lance-Corporal Lee, having served in the Territorial Army before the war, to have been selected from this rank for Officer training.
Photos show that he had the Bomb Disposal trade badge, although he never talked about this work.
He was the son of Robert and Sarah Helen Lee of Mold, Flintshire, Wales