William Theodore McNab

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Sergeant William Theodore "Mac" McNab
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10 Aug 1912 - 1991
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Later in the war, Berry was commissioned Lieutenant to serve as Assistant Group Commander and MacNab, originally the Patrol Corporal, took over as Patrol Sergeant.

Mac had an official permit to be in possession of the crucial petrol coupons. Mac’s permit confirming his entitlement to be in possession of petrol coupons was signed by Lord Glanusk, the commander of Auxiliary Units. The registration is that of Philip Bartle’s car.

As the Patrol Leader at the end of the war, Mac received stand down letters for each member of his Patrol from his Group Commander Keith Seabrook.

Unit or location Role Posted from until
Chelmsford Patrol Patrol Leader Unknown 03 Dec 1944
National ID
DBPY 129/1

Production and radio engineer

87 Galleywood Road, Chelmsford, Essex
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Marconi works fireman

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Mac's Homemade fighting knife
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Mac's Permit
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Mac’s Marconi’ permit

Hancock data held at B.R.A
1939 Register
Dave McNab