|Operator||Colonel Oscar Mark Harris D.S.O||Unknown||20 Jul 1944|
|Runner||Roy Hurlston Ferguson||Unknown||07 Jul 1944|
|Runner||Dr Meyrick Yare Paget||Unknown||07 Jul 1944|
The wireless was thought to be concealed within a dugout around the area of Park Lane, off the Main Road in Pinhoe, Exeter. Evidence from a file at The National Archives states Colonel O. M. Harris of Petershayes, Pinhoe, Exeter was involved.
Modern development in the area behind the house means the dugout has most likely been destroyed. Pre-development pictures are here.
Other names that may have been connected with the Station, possibly as runners, include; Roy Ferguson of Polsloe Garage and Dr Meyrick Yare Paget of Spicer Road. This article appeared in the Express and Echo (4 April 2005) which mentions them, though there is some confusion in the article between Operational and Special Duties side of Auxiliary Units. There were no Operational Patrols in the area and their names do not appear on the list of Operational Auxiliers.
TNA ref WO32/21918
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