ed,. Lancing College O.T.C. 1919-23
m. Cherry, 1 child
prev. a trooper in the Calcutta Light Horse, 1927-29; then a Technical Representative in Africa for the Stanton Iron Works of Nottingham.
Address in 1941: The Garden Flat, The Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Postings: 2FPP, 15FPP, 6FPP, 9FPP
"A very hard worker. His cheerful willingness to undertake any job is a great asset in this Pool. Rather over-zealous in command owing to lack of experience."
In Nov-42, "Failure to immobilise his motor-car in Montpellier-walk led to Ernest Maurice Gill, a ferry pilot, of 6, The Park, Cheltenham, being fined £2."
[Resigned 27 Dec 1942, after his third 'at-fault' accident, but he stayed on until 24 Mar 1943]