In Lincoln he was billeted with Mr Potts in a house opposite a cinema.
|Unit or location||Role||Posted from||until|
|Royal Signals Support||Royal Signals Support||Unknown||08 Sep 1944|
|Canwick Hall Instation||Area Signals Section||1941||1943|
|Edinburgh Golf Course Instation||Area Signals Section||1943||1944|
|Bachelor's Hall Instation||Royal Signals Support||1941||1941|
|Hume Castle Instation||Area Signals Section||Unknown||Unknown|
Sorting clerk & telegraphist
Joined Auxiliary Units direct from the NCOs Training Battalion Royal Signals in Harrogate.
Initially he was posted to Bachelors Hall and was part of the team setting up the wireless network in Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire.
He then took over at Lincoln as the Corporal, before later moving to Edinburgh as Area Sergeant.
After Auxiliary Units he served with Indian Air Formation Signals and Ceylon Army Signals
In 1999 Stan was interviewed by author John Warwicker. A copy is held at Imperial War Museum, a transcript (edited for clarity) is attached.
Royal Signals Stand Down Photo caption
IWM ref 29468