Wednesday

ROLL CALL

Please contact me by clicking on my name Include email and home address phone number if possible Give dates when in the unit.

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Tomo Tomlinson 1966 - 1968
John (Dinger) Bell 1965 - 1968
William Black 1973 - 1975
Ginger Borrett 1966 - 1968
Billy Budd (HK)
Andy Armitage 1963 - 1966
Colin Armstrong
John (Tich) Atkinson 1963 - 1965
George Birrell 1966 - 1968
Brian Bishop 1966
Wally Baldock 1965 - 1966
William Black (HK) 1973 - 1975
Brian (Topper) Brown 1967 - 1969
Ian Burrows 1968 - 1969
Tom Canning 1967 - 1968
Alan (Nobby) Clark 196-62 (HK), 1962-64 (S'Pore)
Bob (Jake) Corcoran 1965 - 1968
Cider Rod Coram 1963 - 1964
Peter Cotillard 1967 - 1968 (then to 'C' Veh Wksps) 
Trevor Clough 1968 - 1971
Gordon (Jock) Cross 1968
John Cruddas 1968 - 1970 (Hong Kong)
Pete Currie 1965 - 1968
Cedric Denley
Geoff Duff 1965 - 1967
Bill Eden 1967 - 1970
Eddie Edwards 1965 - 1968
Nicholas Edwards 1959 - 1962 (Hong Kong)
George Exelby 1963
Roger Farrow 1968 - 1969
Jack Firth 1965 - 1967
Stuart Freeman 1969 - 1970
Raymond Freeman 1967 - 1969
Mick Fudge 1967 - 1970(deceased 4th March 2012)
Fred Gilbert 1966 - 1968
Tony Grayson
Martin Hobbs 1968
Brian (Taff) Howells 1966 - 1968
Mick Hull
Charlie Hankinson
Alan Jenkins 1969 - 1971
Gordon King 1964
Richard Kirk (deceased) 1969 - 1971
David Lambert 1964 - 1967
Martin Lewis (Died 7 Jan 16 in the Seychelles)
Peter Limb 1964 - 1968
Trevor Lumby 1966 - 1967
Peter Marren 1972/73(Hong Kong)
Charlie McBain 1969
Ian Macpherson
Fred Manning 1966 - 1969
Paul Marchington 1974 - 1977 (Hong Kong)
Ian (Jock) Marshall 1965 - 1968
Colin McKenzie 1967 - 1969
Peter Melia 1967 - 1969
Eric Moat 1967 - 1970
Denis Moon 1965 - 1967
Brian Newby (HK)
Michael Norton 1967 - 1969
Terry O'Shaughnessy 1974 - 1977 (Hong Kong)
Mike O'Neil 1969 - 1971
Jim Parker 1967
Rayland Peace 1963 - 1965
Bill Purcell May 58-Dec 59 (Hong Kong)
Tony Rountree 1968
Steve (Rosie) Rose 1968- 1970
Bill Sayer 1963 - 1966
Roger Shepherd 1968 - 1971
Tony Smith 1967 - 1969
Pete (Stevo) Stevenson 1968 - 1971
Alan Stockton 1965 - 1968
Richard Jack Storey 1970 - 1972
Rodney Stone 1965 - 1967
Barry Sumner 1964 - 1967
Ian Sutcliffe
Wayne Tarmey 1969 - 1971
Ray Theakston 1966 - 1968
Ray Thorp 1967 - 1970
Dave Timperley 1967 - 1968
Ron Tobin 1965 - 1967
Frank Topham 1966 - 1969
Keith Tullett 1967 - 1968 (Deceased)
Colin Turner 1959 - 1962 (Hong Kong)
Luke Walsh
Neville Wareham (REME) 1964 - 1967
David (Dai) West 1960-62(Hong Kong) 1962-63 (Singapore)
Alan Whitely 1962 - 1964
Tom Whitaker 1966 - 1969
John Williams (HK)
Pete Williams
Ken (Scouse) Yeomans 1969 - 1972
Dave Youdle 1963 - 1965








7 comments:

  1. great job tomo and list is growing fast
    hank

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  2. Tony Rountree, (Now using my real name) Tony Robertson-Bruce. Hi Tomo, I did'nt see Chris Elis on the roll.

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    1. Tony, please send me details of Chris Ellis so that I can put him on the Nominal Roll.

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    2. Tony, who was Chris Elis, I am still waiting for his 54 Sqn details so that I can put them on the nominal roll.

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  3. Tomo, thought you might be interested to know I am re-rolling 54 HQ&Sp Sqn to 54 Cdo Sqn tomorrow, another milestone in the 54 history books!

    Regards,

    Al Robinson

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    1. Alan, please send me details of 54 Cdo sqn

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  4. Tommo good job as expected. I noticed the movements in and out of the Sqn in the 60s was a busy time. I wonder why. I was in Tidworth from 63 - 66 prior to going to 54 I never saw that amount of Sappers being moved around. Is this because of the 54 band taking people away from their regular jobs:) lol. When I was due to leave the REs I was in Hohne contenplating whether to sign on for 22. I was full screw then and one day I was talking to an officer and this horse box turned up and this white stallion wad unloaded and this officer who I was to talking to ( no name mentioned to prevent any embaressment ) turned to me and said that the horse belonged to the CO of 32 Armd Regt. Well bugger me if the new CO came out of his office and got on it. Low and behold it was Lt Col Driscoll ex 54 OC. That was it, never extended my career and left shortly afterwards, that bloke was a menace. I heard that he was eventually commited.

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