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First and Second World War - Army Camps in England

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First and Second World War - Army Camps in England - Part ONE

Ampthill Camp WWII former Royal Ordnance Factory Hostel used by certain Welsh regiments prior to D-Day

Bedford, Kempston Barracks Regimental Depot of the 16th Foot or Bedfordshire Regiment. Built c.1876, used during WWII as a Convalescent Depot

Bedford, Russell Park TF/TE Annual Camp also used during WWI

Bedford, 27 Embankment WWII Bedford Sub-Area HQ

Biggleswade WWI RE Camp

Biscot, Bedford TF/TA Annual Camp, WWI Army Camp

Cardington RAF Initial Training Wing

Dunstable (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army Detachment 'A', 887th Military Police Company Battalion Aviation

Elstow WWI No.2 Infantry Officers' School for the TF

Grange Camp WWII Convalescent Camp located close to Kempston Barracks

Harrowden TF/TA Annual Camp

Haynes Park, Bedford WWI Army Camp

Haynes Park WWI RE Camp

Ickwell Bury WWII Convalescent Hospital

Luton Hoo WWII Convalescent Hospital, HQ Eastern Command (from April 1941)

Melchbourne Park (AAF-572) WWII US Army Ordnance Automotive Depot, 2003rd Ordnance Company & Armament Unit, 2006th Ordnance Maintenance Company, Chemical Warfare Department

Milton Ernest (AAF-506) WWII US Army 8th Air Force Service Command HQ

Oakley WWII AMWD Repair Depot

Old Walden WWII Convalescent Hospital

Popes Meadow, Luton Volunteer, TF Annual Camp

Sandy Possible Army Camp at Sandy Recreation Ground associated with a War Dept Petrol Dump

Sharnbrook (AAF-583) WWII US Army 2107th Ordnance Ammo Battalion, 2nd Ordnance Battalion; 3rd & 4th Ammo Companies

Turvey WWII Army Depot, became a German PoW Camp

Woburn Park WWI RE Camp

Woburn WWII 'Y' Service

Berkshire

Arborfield Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Arborfield Garrison - Poperinghe, Hazebrouck Barracks Originally a Remount Depot dating to 1904. Became an Army Apprentice School in 1939 and home to the REME in WWII

Arborfield Cross (AAF-402) WWII US 9th Air Force Advanced Depot Area Command. 1st Signal Company Wing; 2nd Advanced Air Depot Area

Aldermaston Court (AAF-476) WWII US Army 12th Air Support Command HQ

Ascot Racecourse & Royal Ascot Hotel WWI RFC Depot No.6 Stores Depot

Ascot (AAF-472) WWII US 9th AAF, HQ 9th AF Service Command HQ

Ashdown Park (AAF-544) WWII US 9th Air Force Service Command, 17th Special Service Company

Bampton WWII Basic Training Camp

Bears Rail, Windsor Volunteer/TF Annual Camp, in Windsor Great Park

Bracknell WWII US Army Camp, 2nd, 4th Centre Detachment

Bray Court (AAF-491) WWII US 9th Air Force Engineer Command HQ

Castlemans, Hare Hatch WWII US Army 40th Chemical Laboratory Company

Chapel Row (AAF-421) WWII US AAF 306th Fighter Control Squadron

Crookham Common (AAF-429) WWII US Army 26th Mobile Reclamation & Repair Squadron, HHC, 12th AD Trains; 35th Medical Depot Company, 4th Convalescent Hospital

Didcot, Durnells Farm, Guard, & Station Road Camps WWII RAOC Depot

Dropmore, Taplow WWII Reception & Reinforcement Camp during May 1941, No.5 Canadian Military Hospital

Farringdon WWII US 100th Ordnance Ammunition Battalion. 57th Ordnance Ammunition Company

Grazeley (Green) Camp WWII ROF Camp. PoW camp nearby

Hermitage WWII US Military Hospital constructed of Ctesiphon huts. 8th Field Hospital; 45th Hospital Train & 50th Field Hospital

Highclere, Newbury WWII Reception & Reinforcement Camp used by 4th Division in September 1941

Kingswood Common, Reading WWII US Army Camp (possibly a PoW Camp)

Larkstoke Camp, Wallingford WWII US Army Camp. East of Cholsey

Maidenhead WWII US Army 44th Evacuation Hospital

Milton Depot WWI RFC, No.3 Stores Depot & WWII RAF MU

Milton Depot (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army HQ 825th Engineer Aviation Battalion

Moulsford Manor & ‘Bucklands’ (AAF-511) WWII US 8th Air Force Service Command

Newbury Racecourse
WWII Transit BEF 48th Division Camp (1940) units included: 1st Bucks Battalion of the 4th Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry & 145th Field Ambulance

Pangbourne House (AAF-557) WWII US Army Detachment 'F', 93rd Station Complement Squadron Reinforcement Depot (Special) Records incorrect – stated as in Oxfordshire

Ranikhet, Tilehurst Pre-WWII Camp used by US Army prior to D-Day

Reading, Wantage Hall WWI RFC No.1 School of Aeronautics, No.9 School of Aeronautics

Reading, Brock Barracks Regimental Depot
and home to the Royal Berkshire Regiment from 1878 until 1959

Reading, Tilehurst, Briarwood? (M-400) WWII US Army Camp & D-Day Medical Depot M-400

Remenham (AAF-925) WWII US Army 573rd Signal Air Warning Battalion

Sandhurst Royal Military College
, WWII RE Camp

Smith's Lawn WWII US Army 31st Transport Group, 316th Air Transport Squadron

Sole Common, Boxford (AAF-424) WWII US Army 876th Airborne Engineer Battalion 878th Airborne, No.3 Engineer Battalion

Sunningdale, Ascot Volunteer/TF Annual Camp & WWI Army Camp

Sunninghill Park (North & South Camps) (AAF-472) HQ 9th Air Force (North), HQ 9th Air Force Service Command (South), 4th & 5th Forward Intelligence Unit; 11th Air Support Control Squadron; 15th, 16th, 18th & 19th Vet Detachment

Stanlake Park, Wokingham WWII US Army 459th Signal Construction Battalion

Thatcham (G-45) WWII US Army Camp General Stores Depot G-45, 2nd QM Battalion, 63rd & 65th Medical Depot Company

Wargrave WWII US Army Tented Camp, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Signal Centre Team

Warfield Park Camp, Bracknell
WWII US Army Camp, 2nd Signal Centre Team

Cambridgeshire

Babraham Park, Sawston Pre WWII and WWII Army Cadet Camping Ground

Cambridge First EG Hospital WWII Military Hospital

Cambridge Addenbrooke’s Hospital WWII 97th General Hospital

Cambridge, Binste(a)d ?
WWII Cambridge Area HQ

Cambridge Herschel Road, (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army Detachment 'B', 985th Military Police Company Aviation 1st Bomb Division

Cambridge University Jesus College, St John's College
WWII RAF No.1 Initial Training Wing

Cambridge University, King's College
WWII Cambridge Sub-Area HQ

Cambridge University, New Clare, Pembroke Colleges (2 ITW) WWII RAF No.2 Initial Training Wing

Chrishall Grange (AAF-531) WWII US Army 433rd Signal Construction Battalion HQ Chrishall village is across the border in Essex

Ely WWI RFC 4th Stores Distributing Park

Ely WWII RAF Hospital

Hatley St George Hatley Hall Estate
WWII Army Camp known to be occupied by King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry and 'B' Company 4th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment

Hinxton (nr Duxford) (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 50th Fighter Control Squadron

Histon General Depot G-23 WWII US Army Camp 13th & 64th Medical Depot Company. General Store & Medical Depot G-23

Lords Bridge (AAF-599) WWII US 8th Air Force Service Command, 4th Ordnance Company. Also RAF MU

Milton, Cambridge WWII US Army Camp occupied by African/American soldiers

Sawston (AAF-371) WWII US AAF 66th Fighter Wing HQ

Seorgreen ? also reported as Bucks WWII US Army Advanced Detachment; 30th Infantry Division Artillery

Shudy Camps, Bartlow WWII RE Training Camp

Swaffham Prior WWII Army Camp and Land Army Hostel

Walcot Hall, Barnack
(AAF-372) WWII US Army, 67th Fighter Control Wing / Squadron (In Cambs, but on Lincs / Northants border)

West Fen, Ely TF/TE Annual Camp

Wimpole Park WWII US Army Camp 4th Special Service Company

Yaxley, Peterborough (also Hunts)
WWII Army Camp also used as an Italian PoW Camp
Cheshire

Alderley Edge (AAF number n/a) WWII Army No.14 Liaison Squadron

Altrincham (AAF-533) WWII US Army 2498th QM Truck Company (camp capacity 3,120
personnel) (E2207), 34th & 39th Evacuation Hospital, 17th Replacement Control Depot

Appleton Hall, Stretton
WWII US 168th Station Military Hospital; 16th Hospital Train; 21st Platoon Ship Hospital (834 beds) (E0806)

Arrowe Park, Upton WWII Summer Camp (camp capacity 1,302 personnel) (D7407)

Bidston, Birkenhead Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Bidston Golf Club WWII Summer Camp (camp capacity 1,302 personnel) (D7509)

Birkenhead WWII Birkenhead Sector HQ

Blacon, Chester WWII RE Camp, No.5 (Line of Communication) Training Battalion

Bromborough Golf Club WWII Summer Camp US Army, 22nd Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron; 24th Reg Station (camp capacity 2,604 personnel) (D7901)

Chester, 20 Curzon Park WWII Chester Sub-District HQ

Chester Castle Volunteer/TF Annual Camp, WWII Chester Sub-Area HQ

Chester, Queen's Park WWII Western Command HQ. Built c.1937 with underground Battle Headquarters. 4 AA Division HQ

Chester, YMCA Building, Queen's Road WWII West Lancashire Area HQ

Chester, Vicars Cross WWII US Army Camp, 14th & 16th Military Police Criminal Investigation Section; 56th Army Postal Unit

Clatterbridge, Birkenhead WWII Army Camp, US Military Hospital (1,084 beds) (D7804)

Claughton ? TF/TA Annual Camp

Creswell ? WWII US Army Chemical Warfare Depot

Crewe Hall, Sandbach
AAF-542) WWII Reinforcement Camp to be occupied by 5th Division in the event of an Invasion of the UK. US Army Squadron 'K', 17th Replacement & Control Depot (camp capacity 1,680 personnel) (K1975)

Cuddington (AAF-534) WWII US 8th Air Force Service Command

Cuddington No.12 Pioneer Corps Training Centre and Depot, 1946–47

Darfield Hall ? Probably Dorfold Hall WWII Summer Camp (capacity 1,302) (K0973)

Doddington Park WWII Summer Camp , 15th Army; XXII Corps; XXII Corps Artillery (camp capacity 2,604 personnel) (K1767)

Dunham New Park, Altrincham (AAF-533) WWII US Army 2498th QM Truck Company (Aviation) Squadron 'A', 17th Replacement Control Depot (camp capacity 3,120 personnel) (E2008)

Dunham New Park Altrincham WWII US Army Billets 4th ECA Regiment

Eaton, Tarporley WWII Army Camp

Hale (AAF-535) WWII US Army Air Service Command (camp capacity 1,184 personnel) (E2307) 7th Ordnance MM Company

Handforth WWII US Army Supply Squadron, 2nd Air Depot Group

Hankelow Court WWII US Army Camp (camp capacity 1,275 personnel) (K1367)

Holmes Chapel WWII US Army Camp (camp capacity 265 personnel) (K2388)

Hoylake WWII US Army Camp & 56th General Hospital (camp capacity 400 personnel) (D6811)

Knutsford (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 14th Liaison Squadron, 21st Tactical Air Command Summer Camp (capacity 1,302 personnel) (K2199)

Larton ? WWII Army Camp

Ledsham WWII Summer Camp (camp capacity of 1,302 personnel) (J8396)

Lymm WWII US Army Camp (camp capacity 148 personnel) (E1508)

Macclesfield WWII US Army Camp (camp capacity 1,400 personnel) (K3395)

Marbury Hall, Northwich WWII Summer Camp (camp capacity 2,604 personnel) (K1198)

Middlewich WWII US Army Camp (camp capacity 226 personnel) (K1687)

Mobberley Hall WWII Summer Camp (camp capacity 1,302 personnel) (K2199)

Moston Hospital, Chester WWII Military Hospital

Mottram Hall, Prestbury WWII Summer Camp (camp capacity 2,604) (E3500)

Nantwich, Dorfold Hall (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 158th Liaison Squadron (camp capacity 170 personnel) (K1274)

Northwich, Delamere Park, Petty Pool Park & Marbury Hall (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army Detachment YC, 21st Weather Squadron Detachment YC, 40th Mobile Communication Group; 7th TD Group; VIII Corps (camp capacity 1,785 personnel) (K1296)

Oulton Park WWII US Army Camp & Hospital, 199th General Hospital, 16th General Hospital (camp capacity 6,240 personnel) (K0585)

Oxton WWII US Army Camp (camp capacity 500 personnel) (D7708)

Peover Hall, Knutsford WWII US Third Army HQ

Peover WWII US Army Camp 2nd Cavalry Group (camp capacity720 personnel) (K2395)

Pettypool Park WWII Summer Camp (camp capacity 1,302 personnel) (K0893)

Poynton Supply Depot (AAF-571) WWII US Army 571st Station Complement Squadron 2189th QM Truck Company Aviation, 304th Gas Defence Detachment

Queens Park, Chester TF/TE Annual Camp

Saighton, Chester WWII Army Camp. Post WWII No.12 AMPC Training Centre (1949 until 31 July 1950)

Sandbach WWII US Army Camp 1st Provost Ordnance Group

Stockport WWII US Army Camp (camp capacity 1,200 personnel), 3rd QM Battalion

Stockton Heath
WWII US Army 6th Field Hospital (400 beds)

Tattenhall WWII US Army Camp (camp capacity 708) (J9883)

Tatton Park WWII Summer Camp (camp capacity 1,302 personnel) (E2303)

Toft Hall, Knutsford WWII US Army Camp

Tytherington, Macclesfield Pre-WWII TA Annual Camp

Wallasey WWII US Army Camp, 2nd Ordnance Battalion

Cornwall

Blarrick, Crafthole (M3) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp M3

Bodmin Barracks WWII Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry Depot. No.12 Primary Training Centre.

Cornwall Sub-Area HQ

Bodmin, Coldharbour Lane Camp WWII Infantry Training Overflow Camp

Bodmin, Dunkeld WWII US Army Camp, 33rd Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron

Boscaswen Park Camp, Truro
WWII US Army Camp prior to D-Day

Bude WWII Practice Range and Camp

Bude (AAF number n/a) WWII US 9th Air Force, 2nd Ranger Battalion 190th Field Artillery Battalion

Camelford (The Camp) Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Chacewater, Truro WWII US Army Camp

Cleave, Morwenstow WWII Anti-Aircraft Training Camp occupied by US units - now Morwenstow Earth Station

Court Farm, Treligga WWII RN Firing Range & WRENS Camp

Cubert, Camp Penhale WWII US Army Artillery Camp

Devoran WWII US Army Camp & Railhead

Duporth Camp, St Austell WWII Army camp known to be occupied by Indian Army Units, followed by US troops 1st Engineer Brigade prior to D-Day

Enys House, Penryn WWII Dutch Naval College

Falmouth WWII US Army Camp, 23rd Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron

Fowey WWII US Army Storage Facility

Grampound WWII US 190th Field Artillery Group, 50th and 637th Ordnance Ammunition Companies

Gunnislake WWII US Army Camp for African/American soldiers. The camp used requisitioned property such as the Tavistock Hotel, the Town Hall and Church Hall

Holywell (AAF number n/a) WWII US 9th Air Force Service Command

Launceston WWII US Army Camp, Detachment, 8th Medical Supply Depot

Liskeard (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 1360th Military Police Company Aviation, 1366th Military Police Company Aviation; 33rd Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron

Malpas Park, Truro WWII US Army Camp, 29th Infantry Division

Mevagissey, Heligan House WWII US Army Camp, 38th Engineer GS Regiment

Mousehole (AAF-175) WWII US Army Detachment 18th Weather Squadron

Newquay (7 ITW) WWII RAF No.7 Initial Training Wing

Newquay (8 ITW) WWII RAF No.8 Initial Training Wing

Par WWII US Army Camp, 24th Amphibious Tank Battalion

Pendenis Castle Napoleon Fort & Camping Ground (SW8231)

Penhale WWII RA Practice Camp & Range

Pennygillam, Launceston
WWII RE Camp

Penstrase/ Penstraze, Truro WWII US Army Camp prior to D-Day

Perranwell, Penryn WWII US Army Camp

HMS Raleigh (M1) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp M1

Rame (Penlee Point) Napoleon Fort with Camping Ground

Roche WWII US 13th Field Hospital

St Anthony, Falmouth WWI Camping Ground

St Agnes Camp ‘Cameron Estate' WWII US Army Camp for African/American soldiers on St Agnes Head – demolished

St Austell WWII US 501st Medical Collection Company

St Austell, Tregrehan Camp WWII US Army Camp

St Germans, (aka Germains) Bakehouse Camp ? WWII US Army Camp

Scraesdon (M2) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp M2

Shortlanesend WWII US Army Camp

Trebartha, Launceston WWII US Army 29th Signal Construction Battalion

Tregantle (M4) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp M4

Treliske Camp, Truro WWII US Army Camp, 29th Infantry Division

Truro, Polwhele Hospital WWII US Army 8th Field Hospital, 61st Field Hospital
Truro WWII US Army Camp, 33rd Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron 607th QM Graves Registration Company

Wadebridge WWII US Army Camp, 60th Engineer Combatant Battalion, 503rd Engineer Company

Werrington Park WWII US Army Camp & Range near Launceston

Cumbria

Carlisle, 9 The Crescent WWII Carlisle Sub-Area HQ

Carlisle, Eden Hay Cavendish Terrace
WWII Carlisle Sub-District HQ

Carlisle Racecourse WWII US Army Staging Camp used by African/American soldiers only (camp capacity 250 personnel)

Durranhill Camp, Carlisle
WWII Border Regiment Training Camp

Farleton Fell ? Volunteer/TF Annual Camp reported to be in Northumberland, likely to be near Milnthorpe on Lancashire / Westmorland Border

Greenmill, Longtown WWI/WWII Army Camp

Hadrian’s Camp, Houghton, Carlisle WWII RA Camp. Used as US Army Staging Camp (camp capacity 3,300 personnel – white soldiers only and 600 vehicles)

Kendal, 1 Melrose Place WWII Lancaster & Barrow Sub-Area HQ

Lowther Park, Penrith WWII Canal Light Defence School & 35th Royal Tank brigade, 79th Armoured Division

Warcop WWII Tank Gunnery Range

Walney Island WWII Army Camp, described as ‘Clay Beach’, also Moor Tarn Lane, Hilpsford,
and (Rampside, south of Barrow)

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Re: First and Second World War - Army Camps in England - Part TWO

Post by Temujin » Wed May 02, 2018 12:21 pm

First and Second World War - Army Camps in England - Part TWO

Derbyshire

Blackshaw Moor, Buxton Four small dispersed WWII American Army Camps that became PoW Camps including one on Lismore Road & another on the Leek Road.

Buxton WWI Canadian Camp

Derby, Normanton Barracks, Osmaston Road WWII Derby Sub-Area HQ Opened 1899, demolished 1982

Egginton Hall
(AAF-564) WWII REME Workshop used as US Army HQ 1519th QM Battalion Mobile (Aviation). 56th Chemical Maintenance Company, US Army Camp (camp capacity 3,740 personnel) (K7148) Also used WWI

Hardwick, Chesterfield WWII Airborne Training Camp

Hindlow, Buxton
Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Kedleston Hall
WWII 'Y' Service Station

Morton (Sudbury)
WWII US Army Camp (capacity 210 personnel) (K6352)

Osmaston Hall, Ashbourne
WWII Convalescent Hospital & Red Cross Hospital

Sudbury Park (AAF-158) WWII US Army Signal Storage Depot, US 28th Station Military Hospital (834 beds), US Army Camp; 8th Hospital Train; 43rd Hospital Train; 8th AAF Intransit Depot; Disciplinary Centre No.5 (camp capacity 6,240 personnel) (K6352)

Weston-on-Trent WWII US Army, Railway Bridge Training Centre

Devon

Agaton Fort, Plymouth Napoleon Fort and Camping Ground (SX4559)

Ashwick Camp, Tiverton Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Aston ? (possibly Oxfordshire) (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 8th Intransit Depot Detachment G-2

Axminster Hospital WWII US Army, 4th Special Service Unit

Babbacombe (21 ITW), Torquay Norcliffe, Sefton, Oswalds, Trecam, Foxlands & Palermo Hotels WWII RAF Aircrew Recruiting Wing No.21 Initial Training Wing

Bampton WWII US Army Camp prior to D-Day, 3rd Platoon, 30th Special Service Company

Barnstaple Cavalry Barracks

Barnstaple, Fremington Hospital
WWII US Army, 17th Military Hospital Ship

Beaworthy
WWII US Army Camp, 64th Ordnance Ammo Battalion

Bickham Camp Yelverton
WWII US Army Camp

Bideford WWII US Army Ordnance Experimental Depot, 33rd Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron

Bickleigh Plymouth Emergency Hostels Society Camp built 1940 occupied by Free French and Polish servicemen. Became No.27 (RM) Training Battalion in 1945 (SX5262)

Birkleigh ? Plymouth WWII RNC

Blackdown Camp, Bridestowe
Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Blarrick ? (see Cornwall) WWII RM Commando Training Camp

Bodmin Barracks Depot Barracks of Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, WWII ITC, WWII Cornwall Sub-Area HQ

Bodmin (The Camp) Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Bradninch WWII US Army 955th Field Artillery Battalion

Braunton and Saunton WWII US Army pre-D-Day Beach Landing Exercise Area

Brendon Common WWII Gas Training & Firing Practice Range between Porlock and Lynton

Bridgetown Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Bridstowe Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Bridstowe WWII US Army, Military Police Platoon, 29th Infantry Division

Buckfastleigh (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 208th Medical Dispensary (Aviation)

Budleigh Salterton
WWII US Army Camp, 18th AAA Group

Chagford
WWII Army Camp for the Dartmoor Ranges

Chudleigh Knighton
(Pitt House) WWII Army Camp

Churston Ferris WWII US Army, 49th Field Hospital

Cleave
WWII AA Camp & Range (SS2012)

Colyton WWII US 113th Signals R I Company

Cornwood WWII Overflow Camp

Coypool WWII US Army Camp, 55th QM Base Depot Company

Crown Hill, Plymouth Napoleon Fort & Volunteer/TF Annual Camp (SX4859)

Croyde Camp, Ilfracombe WWII US Army Camp

Cullompton WWII Reception & Reinforcement Camp used by 8th Corps in July 1941. RE Initial Training Camp

Dalditch, Budleigh Salterton WWII Royal Marines Camp

Denbury WWII US Army Barracks, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infantry, 4th Division; 45th Air Depot Squadron. Now HMP Channings Wood

Devon Coast Battle Area WWII Torcross, Stokenham, Chillington Sherford, Blackawton,
East Allington, Slapton and Strete All villages evacuated of civilians by 20 December, 1943

East Anstey Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Exeter, Bishops Court WWII US Army Camp, 28th General Hospital

Exeter (Q-134) WWII US Army QM/POL Depot Q-134

Exeter, By-Pass Camp WWII US Army Camp

Exeter, Higher Barracks, Howell Road Higher Barracks built in 1794 for cavalry soldiers.
Originally designed for 15 officers, 180 men and 202 horses. Site now housing
Exeter Mental Hospital WWII US Military Hospital, 6th Field Hospital; 8th Hospital Train
Exeter, Topsham Barracks WWII US Army, Detachment 3rd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron

Exeter, Transit Camp

Fremington, Appledore
WWII Army Camp known to have been occupied in 1940 by 10th Battalion East Surrey Regiment Combined Operations Camp. WWII RM Commando Camp.WWII US Army, 44th Hospital Train

Heathfield, Bovey Tracy
WWII USN Storage Depot for D-Day

Heathfield, Honiton WWII Army Camp used by the ATS. US Army Camp, 8th Infantry Regiment (41 Division)

Holcombe Rogus WWII US 532nd Ordnance HM Company (Truck)

Honiton WWII US Army, 33rd Station Hospital (250 beds), 36th Station Hospital

Honiton, Broomhill Camp
WWII US Army Camp, units of 41st Division

Ipplepen WWII US Army Camp

Ilfracombe WWII US 3423rd Ordnance MAM Company

Ilfracombe, Queen's Court Hotel WWII No.3 AMPC Training Centre (Oct 1940 until Jan 1942)

Ilymouth ? (possibly Plymouth) WWII US Army Marshalling Camp

Instow WWII RN & Combined Operations Training Camp

Ivybridge, Cornwood Camp WWII US Army Camp

Ivybridge Camp WWII US Army Camp

Ivybridge, South Brent Camp WWII US Army Camp, 4th Infantry Division

Keyham WWII RN Barracks built c.1885, took the name HMS Vivid, extended c.1898 & 1905–06. Became HMS Drake on 1 November 1961

Kingsbridge WWII US 326th Ordnance HM Company

Knightshayes Court, Tiverton (AAF-495) WWII US Army 93rd Station, Complement Squadron Reinforcement Depot

Launceston (M-403) WWII US Army D-Day Medical Depot M-403

Liscombe, Ilfracombe WWII US Army Camp

Littlemore, Plymouth ? TF/TE Annual Camp

Lympstone WWII RN Commando Camp (SX9885)

Mardon Downs WWII US Army Camp

Mortehoe WWII US Army Camp, 36th Replacement Battalion

Moretonhampstead, Manor House Hotel WWII Military Hospital

Newton Abbott WWII US Army Camp, 14th Hospital Train; 22nd Infantry Regiment

Newton Abbott, Rawlinson Barracks
WWII US Military Hospital. Aka Denbury. Now HMP Channings Wood

Newton Abbott, Stover Camp WWII US Army Camp & Hospital

North Sway Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

North Tawton WWII US 610th Engineer Dump Truck Company

Okehampton Volunteer/TF/TA Annual Camp WWII Army Camp (SX5893) US Army 177th Ordnance Battalion, 15th Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron 29th Division Artillery

Paignton, Hydro Hotel, Tembani Hotel & Ramleh Hotel, (4 ITW) WWII RAF No.4 Initial Training Wing

Paignton (AAF number n/a) WWII US 9th Air Force Service Command

Paignton (K5) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp K5 (camp capacity 8,000 personnel)

Paignton WWII 440th Engineer Depot Company, 3rd Platoon, 16th Photographic Company Detachment ‘Q’, 607th Quartermaster Graves Registration Company 3rd Platoon

Plasterdown Camp, Plaster Down, Horrabridge WWII US Military Hospital with a camp for African/American Soldiers (site now demolished)

Plumer Barracks, Plymouth Crownhill Barracks Built as Crownhill Barracks c.1892 and enlarged in 1922. Demolished September 1966. WWII US Army Camp

Plymouth WWI 4th Southern General Hospital

Plymouth 'Brooklands' Tamerton Road Plymouth Sub-Area HQ

Plymouth, Brownhill Fort South Western Area HQ. US Army 8th Field Hospital, 61st Field Hospital

Plymouth (G-75)
WWII US Army General Stores Depot G-75

Plymouth Port WWII US Army 54th QM Base Depot Company, 23rd AAA Group

Plymouth, Tregantle Fort WWII US Army Camp, 61st Field Hospital & 29th Infantry Division

Plympton WWII US Army Accommodation, 1st Air Combat Control Squadron (Amphibious), 24th Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron

Puddhaven ? Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Pulhaven ? Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Roborough WWII RN Overflow Camp. US Army, 32 Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron

Saunton Sands, Braunton WWII US Army Camp

Sampford Peverell WWII US Army Camp, 35th Chemical Decontamination Company
Seaton Barracks, Crownhill Built c.1900 with a number of timber huts erected by the Portable Building Co. WWII 303 & 304 Holding Battalion. Re-built 1964 but now demolished
Seaton WWII US Military Hospital, 48th and 62nd General Hospitals

Sidmouth WWII US 3250th Signals Service Company

Smokey Camp, ? Marldon (K4) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp K4 (camp capacity 1,000 personnel)

South Brent (K8) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp K8

South Moulton WWII US 92nd Ordnance MM Company

Start Point (AAF-448) WWII US Army No.738 Signal Air Warning Battalion

Stoke Fleming, Dartmouth WWII closed coastal village forming part of the Devon Battle Area

Stoke Fleming, Matthews Point Manor WWII used by US Army as HQ

Stonehouse, Plymouth
RN Hospital built c.1760 with additions c.1900, 1906, 1926. Closed 31 March 1995

Stover WWII US Army Camp near Newton Abbot

Straddon Fort Napoleon Fort & Camping Ground

Syon Abbey (K7) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp K7, 29th Infantry Regiment

Tavistock, Honeycombe Camp WWII US Army Camp

Tavistock WWII US Army Camp & Accommodation, 29th Infantry Division

Tamerton Foliot Site of Army Camp

Teigngrace WWII US Army 316th Station Hospital

The Nest Holiday Camp, Paignton WWII Coastal Defence HQ

Thorverton WWII US 953rd Field Artillery Battalion

Tiverton (AAF-495) WWII US Army Detachment 'N', 93rd Station Complement Squadron Reinforcement Depot; 4th Infantry Division Artillery; 4th Medical Battalion, 4th Signal Company

Torrington, 'Salterns' South Street WWII Devon Sub-Area HQ

Torquay (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army, 1293rd Military Police Company Aviation

Torquay, Shiphay WWII US 237th and 238th Engineering Battalion D-Day Marshalling Area Camp K3 (5,000 personnel)

Torquay WWII 467th Engineer Company, 3rd Platoon, 1220th Engineer Fire Fighting Platoon, 1602nd Engineer Map ‘D’ det

Uffculme WWII US 17th Field Artillery Observation Battalion

Whitchurch Down WWII US Army Camp, 964th QM Service Company

Willand (Hill) WWII US Army camp at Elmside

Willsworthy WWII RE Camp on Dartmoor Practice Range

Woolacombe and Mortehoe WWII US Army Camp, 142nd Army Postal Unit Bowden Farm was used as a tank practise ground

Woodbury Camp WWI Army Camp near Exeter (see also Dalditch Camp)

Yealmpton WWII Overflow Camp

Yealmpton, Kitley Camp
WWII US Army Camp

Dorset

Ashburton WWII US Army, 7th FA Battalion

Barrow Camp, Wyke Regis
WWII Army Camp occupied by US Army units prior to D-Day (SY 65 77)

Beaminster WWII US 745th Tank Battalion

Beaminster, Parnham Camp WWII US Army Camp 16th Infantry Regiment

Beaminster ? (AAF number n/a) WWII US 9th Air Force, described as Reaminster

Benbow, Blandford WWII US Army Military Hospital 58th General Hospital (1,000 beds)

Bere Regis WWII US Army Camp, 7th Armoured Group

Bincombe (D9) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D9 (camp capacity 2,100 personnel & 220 vehicles)

Blandford Camp, Yard Lane WWI RFC/RAF Depot and Records Office with Recruits Training Wing, Instructional Wing Reinforcements Wing & Records Wing

Blandford WWII RN Camp

Blandford Camp, Anson, Benbow, Cradock, Drake & Evens Lines (Station No n/a) WWII US Military Hospital 6th Hospital Train, 22nd General Hospital, 32nd General Hospital, 34th General Hospital & 53rd General Hospital. US 9th Air Force, 9th Engineer Command

Blandford Camp WWII US Army, 24th Chemical Smoke Generator Battalion, 27th AAA Group, 38th AAA Brigade, 47th AAA Brigade 165th Signals Photo Company (det)

Bournemouth
WWII US Army, 1st General Hospital, 16th Station Hospital, 21st 58th & 59th Hospital Train, 57th Field Hospital

Bournemouth, Carlton Hotel
WWII US Army, 28th Medical Depot Company

Bourton WWII US Army, 60th Chemical Depot Company

Bovington Camp, Allenby Barracks,, Stanley Barracks
WWII/WWII Royal Armoured Corps Initial Training Wing Armoured Fighting Vehicles School HQ & 52nd Training Regiment (SY8389)

Binnegar Hall, East Stoke WWII US Army 26th Infantry Regiment camp, near Wareham
Bradford Down (D12) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D12 (camp capacity 3,300 personnel & 470 vehicles)

Broadmayne Park & West Knighton (D5)
WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camps for US Army African/American Soldiers' Camp D5 (camp capacity 3,000 personnel)

Charborough Park (AAF-432) WWII US Army 1557 QM Battalion

Charminster WWII 19th AA Company Workshops, RAOC

Chickerell WWII US Army Camp, 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Division

Chickerell WWII Army Range & Camp with airfield. Eight beach targets were located between Langton Hive and Moon Fleet House (SY6479)

Dewlish (D1) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D1 (camp capacity 1,800 personnel & 260 vehicles)

Dorchester Depot Barracks Dorsetshire Regiment. WWII US Army, Detachment 28th General Hospital; 65th Infantry Division

Dorchester (Q-324) WWII US Army Depot Q-324 (POL), 31st Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron

Dorchester WWII US Army 165th Signals Photo Company, Det. ‘P’ 6th Engineer Special Brigade, 27th Bomb Disposal Squadron

Dorchester WWII US Army Camp 32nd AAA Group

Dorchester, Cae House ? (D4) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D4 (camp capacity 2,900 personnel & 410 vehicles)

Dorchester, Poundbury Camp (D7) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D7 (camp capacity 3,300 personnel & 480 vehicles)

Dorset Coast Battle Area Area of East Creech/Lulworth & East Holme to the sea including Tyneham. All villages evacuated by 20 December 1943

Downwood (D8) Blandford ? WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D8 (camp capacity 1,500
personnel & 220 vehicles)

Durweston WWII US 3513th Ordnance MAM Company

Gillingham WWII US 554th AAA AW Battalion

Kingston Lacy Park WWII Canadian/US Army 106th General Hospital

Kingston Russell (D10) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D10 (camp capacity 2,400 personnel & 340 vehicles)

Knighton Heath WWII D-Day Army Camp

Lake, Hamworthy WWII Combined Operations Training School Believed to be at Rockley
Langton (AAF-427) WWII US Army 447th Signal Construction Battalion, 448 Signal Construction Battalion

Langton Herring, Kirk Close & Higher Farm WWII Dorset Coast Defence Camp manned by the Essex Regiment

Lodmore (Lodmoor), Weymouth Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Lulworth Gunnery School WWI/WWII RA Camp (SY8381)

Lulworth Park Site of Army Camp (SY8482)

Lytchett Minster (D2) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D2

Marabout, Dorchester WWII Army Camp

Maiden Newton WWII US Army, 55th QM Base Depot, 453rd AA AW Battalion

Martinstown WWII US Army, 5th Engineer Special Brigade

Melbury Park WWII US Military Hospital

Merley, Wimborne WWII US Army Camp for African/American soldiers

Osmington WWII US 1120th Engineer Group

Piddlehinton (Puddletown), D6 Dorchester WWII Army Camp used by 3rd Division as a Reception & Reinforcement Camp in February 1941, US 67th Armed Field Artillery Battalion, D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D6 (camp capacity 3,600 personnel & 510 vehicles)

Poole WWII Combined Operations Training Base US Army, 1st Platoon, 3rd Special Service Unit

Poole Park WWII D-Day Transit Camp

Portland (EAD8) WWII D-Day Embarkation Area EAD8

Reaminster ? (AAF number n/a) WWII US 9th Air Force. Probably Beaminster

St Leonards, Ferndown WWII US Military Hospital

Shaftesbury, Coombe House Hotel (AAF-523) WWII US 8th Air Force Service Command Recuperation Centre. (Aka ‘Flak Shack’) Now St Mary’s Convent

Sherborne WWII Reception & Reinforcement Camp in February 1941

Sherborne, Haydon Park WWII US 228th Military Hospital, 1st Hospital Train

Sherborne Castle
WWII Southern Area HQ

Sherborne Park Camp WWII US Army Camp

Seldown, Poole TF/TA Annual Camp

Shillingstone WWII US 666th Ordnance Ammunition Company

Swanage WWI Military Hospital, 119 beds, hutted

Swanage, Ballard Down WWI Army Camp

Swanage, Kimmeridge Camp & Range WWII US Army, 11th Cavalry Group 783rd Military Police Btn

Wardon Hill, Frome St Quinton WWII US Army Camp & Hospital,Aka Warden Hill

Wareham WWI Military Hospital, 45 beds, hutted

Wareham WWII 279th Ordnance M Company AA

Wareham Field Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

West Lulworth Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

West Moors WWII US Army POL Depot Q-328. Currently Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) Petroleum Centre and Defence Petroleum School

West Parley WWII Canadian Army Camp

Weymouth WWII Dorset Sub-Area HQ

Weymouth, Charlestown (D14) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D14 & Field Hospital

Weymouth (EA7) WWII D-Day Embarkation Area EA7

Weymouth WWII US Army Billets, 25th Chemical Generator Battalion; 26th AAA Group; 50th Field Hospital

Wimborne Minster,Merley Park Camp WWII Reception & Reinforcement, February 1941

Wimborne St Giles TA Annual Camp (1937)

Wimborne (Q-328) WWII US Army Depot Q-328; 38th Station Hospital (250 beds) ?

Wimborne, Kingston Lacey Hospital WWII US 106th Military Hospital, 7th General Hospital; 8th, 12th, 18th, 26th & 58th Hospital Trains

Winterbourne Abbas (D11) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D11 (camp capacity 2,400 personnel & 340 vehicles)

Winterbourne St Martin (D13) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp D13

Winterbourne Steepleton WWII US Army Temporary Advanced Storage Depot for D-Day, 298th Combat Engineers

Wool WWI Military hospital, 288 beds hutted

Worgret, Wareham TF & WWI Camp

Wyke Regis TF/TA Annual Camp

Yellowham, Dorchester (D3) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp (camp capacity 1,500 personnel & 220 vehicles

Durham

Barford, Barnard Castle WWII Army Camp

Barnard Castle WWII Battle School Camp and Range

Blackfell, Washington WWII Army Camp

Brancepeth, Brandon
WWII No.4 Infantry Training Camp

Brasside / Finchale Abbey WWII ammunition store on Framwellgate Moor

Darlington WWII AMWD Repair Depot

Darlington, Reed Court,7 Harewood Hill ? WWII Northumbrian Area HQ

Deerbolt, Barnard Castle
WWII No.54 Training Regiment Camp

Durham WWII RAF Initial Training Wing

East Bolden WWII Army Camp

Hartlepool Barracks WWI RM Barracks

Humbleton, Barnard Castle
WWII Training Regiment Camp

Ravensworth Park, Gateshead
Volunteer/TF Annual Camp. US Camp WWII

Staindrop, Barnard Castle
WWII No.51 Training Regiment Camp

Stainton, Barnard Castle WWII No.59 Training Regiment Camp

Streatlam Park, Barnard Castle
WWII No.61 Training Regiment Camp

Westwick WWII No.61 Training Regiment Camp

Essex

Ashford Lodge, Halstead WWII US Army Ordnance Depot

Beacon Hill Fort, Dovercourt WWII Searchlight Camp

Beaumont (AAF-148) WWII US Army 12th Air Force HQ

Belhus Park, Aveley WWI Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Belhus Park, Aveley (S4) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp S4

Berechurch, Colchester WWII & post WWII Detention Barracks

Bois Hall, Halstead (AAF-436) WWII US Army Company 'D', 555th Signal Air Warning Battalion

Braintree, White Court Hospital WWII US Military Hospital

Brentford, Warley Barracks (S7)
WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp S7

‘Briggens’, Roydon (Station XIV)
WWII SOE Polish Officers Training School

Burnham-on-Sea WWII 305 Holding Battalion

Bures (AAF-526) WWII US Army 2108th Ordnance Ammo Battalion (Aviation)

Chadwell St Mary & Tilbury (S2)
WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp S2

Chelmsford (AAF number n/a)
WWII US Army Detachment 'D', 1192nd Military Police Company Aviation

Chrishall Grange (AAF-531) WWII US Army 433rd Signal Construction Battalion HQ The Grange is across the border in Cambridgeshire

Clacton-on-Sea
WWII No.4 AMPC Training Centre (Oct 1939 until July 1941)

Coggeshall (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 136th Radio Security Section

Colchester WWI Veterinary Hospital

Colchester Cavalry Barracks
Built c.1863. Not in use

Colchester, La Cateau Barracks Built c.1874 as the Royal Artillery Barrack. Not in use

Colchester, Goojerat Hyderabad, Meeanee Barracks Built 1898–1904, modernised 1960–1970

Colchester, Kirkee, McMunn Barracks Built c.1938 at Reed Hall

Colchester Sobraon Infantry Barracks Built c.1901, demolished 1971, now relocated to Lincoln

Colchester, Roman Barracks Built c.1962. In use

Colchester, Merville Barracks Very recent construction

Colchester, Reed Hall WWI Army Camp. Tented, then wooden huts provided

Colchester
(AAF number n/a) WWII US Army Detachment 'B',1192nd Military Police Company Aviation

Colchester, Cherry Tree Camp Pre WWII camp for 19th Brigade In use post-war but demolished and now a housing estate (Mersea Road)

Colchester, Lexden Camp WWII camp principally using private accommodation, e.g. Holmwood House

Cold Norton (AAF-163) WWII US Army 8th Air Force

Denge / Dengie ? Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Ford Place, Somers Heath WWII D-Day Embarkation Area 'S' HQ & Battle HQ

Hatfield Peverel WWII Transit Camp known to be occupied by the Royal Gloucestershire Hussars

Halstead London Mobilisation Centre with Camping Ground built c.1900

Harlow, Moor Hall Camp WWII US Army Camp, 25th & 34th Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron

Hornchurch WWII New Zealand Battalion Depot

Laindon WWII D-Day Embarkation Camp for Tilbury Docks

Langenhoe Range WWII small Army Range with camp

Little Warley Hall, Nuttys & Great Warley Hall (S6) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp S6
Marks Hall (AAF-160) WWII US Army 4th Bomb Wing HQ

Moreton (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 474th Fighter Group

North Weald London Mobilisation Centre with Camping Ground built c.1900

Orsett Heath, (Golf Course) Grays (S1)
WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp S1

Panfield, Braintree Pre-WWII TA Army Camp

Panfield WWI Army Camp

Purfleet Musketry Camp (S3) (T6)
WWII London District Machine-Gun Training School. DDay Marshalling Area Camp S3 (also another camp called T6 with a capacity of 4,000 personnel 1,000 vehicles)

Purfleet (E6) WWII D-Day Embarkation Area Camp E6

St Chads School, Tilbury? WWII D-Day Sector HQ and Embarkation Area (S & T) E5 HQ

St Osyth (HMS Helder) WWII Combined Operations Training Camp

Saffron Walden (AAF-370) WWII US Army 65th Fighter Wing HQ

Shoeburyness
Coastal Artillery School

Shoeburyness Volunteer/TF RE Camp

Shoeburyness, Campfields WWII Overflow Camp for Shoeburyness

Shortgrove Park, Newport WWII US Military Hospital

Southend WWII US Army, 12th Hospital Train

Southend Bypass WWII Possible Mobilisation Camp

South Ockendon Mental Hospital WWII D-Day 'S' Marshalling Area Field Bakery

Stisted Hall (AAF-171) WWII US Army unknown

Theydon Bois, Hill Hall WWII Army Camp known to be occupied by 1st and 2nd Battalion The Welsh Guards during the Spring of 1940 before leaving for the Hook of Holland

Thorndon Park & South Weald, Brentwood (S5) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp S5, 7th Armoured Division Camp

Thornwood, Epping TE Annual Camp became PoW Camp

Tilbury (S2) D-Day Marshalling Area Camp S2

Tilbury Docks (E5) WWII D-Day Embarkation Area E5

Vange WWII US Army Camp, 34th AAA Group

Wanstead, Royal Wanstead School WWII Royal Corps of Signals, then D-Day Marshalling Area 'T' HQ (Emergency HQ located at Fife Road School)

Weald Park, Brentwood (S8) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp S8

West Ham Greyhound Stadium (T4) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp T4 (camp capacity 2,000 soldiers & 500 vehicles)

Wivenhoe Park WWII Embarkation Camp

Gloucestershire


Adlestrop and Daylesford WWII transit camp used by the 7th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment and 165 Infantry Brigade, Reinforcement Camp for 5th King's Regiment (1941)

Ashchurch (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army General Store Depot G-25. Detachment 'B', 1962nd Ordnance Depot Company (Aviation)

Ashton Keynes (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 826th Engineer Aviation Battalion Wiltshire Border

Aston Down Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Ashton Court, Clifton, Bristol WWII US Army Camp prior to D-Day

Batsford Park, Moreton-in-Marsh WWII HQ Reinforcement Camp. US Military Hospital, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th & 15th Hospital Trains

Bishop’s Cleeve WWII HQ 164th Brigade 1941

Blockley WWII US Army, 29th Platoon Ship Hospital

Bourton-on-the Hill Possible Army Camp (SP1532)

Bourton-on-(the)-Water WWII US Army Camp, 44th Armoured Infantry Battalion

Bristol WWI 2nd Southern General Hospital

Bristol WWII US 1st Army HQ, plus numerous other units

Bristol WWII No.7 Bomb Disposal Company (RE), Bomb Disposal School with RE instructors, US Army 234th Bomb Disposal Company

Bristol, Avonmouth WWII US Army, 6th Field Hospital (400 beds)

Bristol, Clifton College WWII RASC Officer Cadet Training Unit, US HQ V Corps, First Army command post and signals centre

Bristol (Clifton), 10 Elmdale Road WWI RFC No.5 School of Aeronautics

Bristol, Eastville Park WWII Dunkirk Evacuation Camp

Bristol, Frenchay Hospital WWII US Military Hospital, 2nd and 77th Evacuation Hospitals; 152nd Station Hospital; 289th, 100th, 117th and 52nd General Hospitals

Bristol (G-35) WWII US Army General Stores & Medical Depot G-35

Bristol, Horfield Barracks WWI 3rd AA Group HQ

Bristol, Muller's Orphanage
WWII US Army Depot

Bristol, Over Court Manor, Almondsbury WWII US Army Camp, 2nd Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron (Manor – reputedly haunted – since demolished)

Bristol, Shirehampton WW1 Remount Depot, WWII US Army Camp

Bristol, Sea Mills, Shirehampton WWII US Army Camp 582 / 583rd Port Company

Bristol (AAF-473) WWII US Army 4th QM Battalion, 7th Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron, 11th Ship Hospital, US Army 1512th QM Truck Battalion; 9th AF 21st Weather Squadron, 40th Mobile Comms Sqn (dets)

Bristol, Tithe Barn, High Street
? WWII Bristol Garrison HQ

Bristol, Victoria Park, Bedminster Camp
WWII US Army Storage Depot

Buckland WWII US 501st Quartermaster Railhead Company

Charlton WWII Military US Military Hospital

Cheltenham, Marlborough House ? WWI RFC No.8 School of Aeronautics

Cheltenham (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 47th Liaison Squadron, United States Strategic Air Forces in Europe

Dean Close School Cheltenham ? Pre-WWII Officer Training Corps Annual Camp Stated as being at Farnborough ?

Cheltenham, Imperial Gardens & Queen's Hotel
WWII US Army Camp

Cheltenham Racecourse WWII Reinforcement Camp for 164th Brigade (overflow at Swindon Hall)
Cheltenham WWII US Army, 3rd Medical Dispensary, US Map Depot, 16th Station Hospital
Chipping Campden, Springhill Lodge Camp WWII US Army Camp, 25th Armoured Engineer
Battalion

Chipping Sodbury WWII US 165th Signals Photo Company

Cinderford (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 1st Advanced Air Depot C-903 Area

Cirencester (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 73rd Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron, 560th Quartermaster Railhead Company

Cirencester Park WWII US Military Hospital 40th General Hospital & Polish Displaced Persons' Camp

Cirencester Hospitals WWII US Military Hospital No.1 - 2nd General Hospital, 7th Hospital Train, Hospital No.2 - 25th General Hospital, 160th General Hospital, 15th Hospital Center, 12th & 15th Hospital Train, 160th General Hospital, 15th Hospital Center
Coleford (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 755th Chemical Depot Company, 759th Chemical Depot Company (Aviation)

Cricklade WWII AMWD Repair Depot

Daglingworth, Cirencester WWII US Military Hospital & Transit Camp

Dursley WWII US Army Depot, 1st Medical Depot Company, 3233rd Quartermaster Service Company, 10th Medical Lab, 1st Medical Depot Company, 41st and 67th Evacuation Hospital SM
Ebrington Manor (AAF-498) WWII US Army Detachment 'I', 93rd Station Complement Reinforcement Depot

Falfield WWII US 91st Evacuation Hospital SM

Fairford Park
WWII US Military Hospital, 32nd General Hospital

Filton (AAF-803)
WWII AMWD Repair Depot. US Base Air Assembly Depot AAF 803, 8th Intransit Depot Group

Frampton-on-Severn, Frampton Court
WWII US Army Camp

Great Barrington (AAF-422) WWII US Army 925th and 922nd Engineer Aviation Regiments & US Military Hospital

Gloucester Reservoir Camp, Reservoir Road
WWII Army Camp occupied in 1944 by 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

Gloucester, Robinswood Barracks, Tredworth
Used during WWII by the Royal Signals & the Royal Army Service Corps

Gloucester (AAF-364) WWII US Army 8th Fighter Command

Gloucester WWII US 471st Quartermaster Battalion

Highnam Court WWII Overflow Camp US Army 51st, 291st and 296th Engineer Combat Battalions
Innsworth
Pre-WWII RAF Training Camp used during WWII as WRAF Depot (SO8621)

Lydney (Q-140) WWII US Army Stores Depot Q-140

Lyndhurst ? Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Minchinhampton WWII US Military Hospital, 6th Field Hospital (400 beds), 28th Field Hospital 300 beds), 32nd General Hospital

Moreton-in-Marsh, Over Norton Park
WWII US Army Camp

Northleach WWII US 999th Quartermaster Salvage Collection Company

Northwick Park, Blockley
WWII US Military Hospital, 327th General Hospital became a Polish Displaced Persons Camp

Painswick Park WWII US Army Camp

Parkend WWII US Army Camp

Patchway WWII US 17th Signals Operation Battalion

Pinkney Park, Sherston, Tetbury
WWII US Army 47th QM Group, 308th and 532nd QM Battalions, 207th AAA Group, 452nd AA AW Battalion, Quedgeley WWI I US 309th Quartermaster Railhead Company

Quedgeley (Manor Farm) WWI Convalescent Home & Remount Centre

Sarsden
WWII 165 Infantry Brigade HQ (1941)

Sherston WWII US 626th Engineer Company

Stone WWII US 581st Army Postal Unit

Stowell Park, Northleach WWII US Army Camp, 6th Field Hospital; 4th Hospital Train; 44th Hospital Train; 53rd General Hospital & 58th General Hospital

Stow-on-the-Wold, Maugersbury Camp
WWII US Army Camp, 73rd Tank Destroyer Battalion
Stroud, The Camp TA Annual Camp (1926)

Stroud, Painswick House & Beech Plantation
WWII Two US Army Camps (one camp for African/Americans)

Stroud, Lypiatt Park WWII US Army Camp, 5th Engineer Combatant Battalion

Teddington (possibly Toddington WWII US Army Camp, 2nd Ordnance Battalion

Tetbury, Parkhouse Camp ? WWII US Army Camp, 42b QM War Dog Platoon (Parkhouse Camp was a WWI Salisbury Plain location)

Tetbury, Westonbirt
WWII Army Camp

Tetbury, Westonbirt (AAF-529) WWII US AFSC 1st QM Mobile, Truck Companies. l5th, 6th & 7th Hospital Train; 22nd General Hospital

Tewkesbury (G-25) WWII US Army General Stores Depot G-25

Tewkesbury, Northway House Camp ?

Teddington Camp ? WWII US Army Camps

Tortworth Court TF/TE Annual Camp used in WWII as a US Army Camp, 26th Signal Construction Btn & US 128th Evacuation Hospital SM

Ullenwood, Cheltenham WWII US 62nd General Hospital,110th Military Hospital. Post WWII AA Ops Bunker

Wapley Common (AAF-515)
WWII US 3rd Port Intransit Depot, Base Air Depot Area, 8th AF Intransit Depot Group

Wickwar
WWII US Army, 572nd and 767th Engineer Truck Companies

Williamstrip Park (AAF-550) WWII US Army, 2106th Ordnance Ammo Battalion

Winchcomb(e), Toddington Park Camp WWII US Army Camp, 51st Ordnance Group, 4058th Quartermaster Service Co

Woodland Belt ? WWII US Army Camp, 6th Cavalry Group (Mechanised)

Woodchester
WWII US 486th Ordnance Evacuation Company

Wotton-under-Edge WWII US Army, 15th Ordnance Battalion; 45th Evacuation Hospital SM; 50th Ordnance Bomb Disposal

Yate WWII US 3473rd Ordnance MAM Company

Hampshire

Albany Barracks, Parkhurst Depot Barracks Hampshire Regiment

Aldershot Marlborough Lines BARRACKS, built c,1890. Blenheim Barracks demolished 1965, Lille Barracks demolished 1958, Malplaquet Barracks demolished 1965, Oudenarde Barracks, demolished 1965, Ramillies Barracks demolished 1965, Tournay Barracks Demolished 1971

Aldershot Wellington Lines BARRACKS, built c,1859, Beaumont (South Cavalry Barracks) demolished 1975, Warburg (Cavalry Barracks) demolished 1964, Willems (West Cavalry Barracks) demolished 1964, Waterloo (East Artillery Barracks) demolished 1958, Waterloo (West Artillery Barracks) demolished 1958, Badajos (West Infantry Barracks) demolished 1961, Salamanca (Central Infantry Barracks) demolished 1961, Telavera (East Infantry Barracks) demolished 1959
Aldershot Stanhope Lines BARRACKS, built c,1895, Albuhera Barracks demolished 1960s, Barossa Barracks, demolished 1960s, Buller Barracks demolished 1965, Corunna Barracks demolished 1960s, Gibraltar Barracks (No.1 MT Depot) demolished 1964, Maida Barracks demolished 1971, Mandora Barracks demolished 1970, McGrigor Barracks part extant, Clayton Barracks (built c.1928)

Arnhem Barracks, Bruneval Barracks, Normandy Barracks & Rhine Barracks are named after four famous airborne actions. Barracks built for the 16th Parachute Brigade (site of Albuhera, Corunna & Barossa Barracks)

Aldershot (other) Browning Barracks built 1964 extant, Buller Barracks built c.1969 extant, Duchess of Kent Barracks built c.1969 extant Hammersley Barracks built c.1964 extant, Queen Alexandria's RANC Barracks built 1967 dem.1998, St Omer Barracks built 1971 extant, WWI/WWII

Cambridge Hospital, WWI/WWII Connaught Hospital

Alresford Camp
WWII Army Camp

Alton (Aylesfield House) WWII US Detachment 'E', 93rd Station Complement Squadron Reinforcement Depot

Ampfield, Cramp Moor (C14)
WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C14

Andover (Q-125) WWII US Army Stores Depot Q-125

Andover, Eastover Camp ? WWII US Army Camp

Andover, Hurstbourne Camp ? WWII US Army Camp

Ashley Walk Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Bagshot Moor WWII Army Camp

Barton Stacey, Winchester Camps 'A' to 'D' WWII RE Army Camps – 13th Training Btn RE (Camp 'B'), 85th Chemical Warfare Company, Royal Engineers (Camp 'A' ) during February 1941. 65 Chemical Warfare Company Royal Engineers was also present. No.24 Depot Battalion (Chemical Warfare Training Centre), Elementary Selection Unit, General Service Corps (Camp 'D'). Hampshire (North) Sub-Area HQ

Beaulieu Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Beaulieu, Stubbs Wood, Penerley Camps (B3 & B4) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp B3 & B4 (3,328 personnel & 480 vehicles)

Basingstoke, Oakridge Farm ? WWII Army Camp – possible error, see Sussex

Bassett Wood, Stoneham Golf Course (C11) Bassett Green (C10) WWII Reinforcement Camp for 751 Assault Field Company, HQ 5 Corps Troops, RE & 10th Infantry Brigade (1941). D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C10 & C11 - Canadian Army units (camp capacity 1,000 personnel at C10)

Becombe ? WWII Army Camp

Bedhampton WWII US Army Camp, 29th Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron

Bramshott, Petersfield
WWI Canadian Camp

Bishopstone, Bournemouth ? WWII REME & Tank Assemble Area & Camp prior to D-Day This is possibly a Sussex site near Brighton

Bordon (SU7936) Quebec, St Lucia Barracks etc 1903 Quebec and St Lucia Barracks completed followed by huts from Longmoor (‘A’ and ‘B’ Lines) which formed Guadeloupe & Martinique Barracks. These four barracks each housed an infantry battalion which made up the Infantry Brigade stationed at Bordon. In 1906-7, Louisburg Barracks was built to house two regiments of Artillery. In 1911 the RE lines and stables were built near the Bordon crossroads to accommodate 26 Field Coy RE.
Bordon In 1937 Quebec and St Lucia Barracks were demolished and new brick barracks were
built in their place: these in turn were demolished in 1973 to make way for married quarters. Also in 1937 the building of Havannah Barracks (now Prince Philip Barracks) began, followed shortly by Martinique Barracks (Militia type) to the north. The old hutted Martinique along-side the A325 road was renamed San Domingo Barracks and were demolished in 1967

Botley, Fairlawn ? (A22) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp A22 US Military Hospital (Curdbridge)

Botley, (C3) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C3 south-west of village

Bourley, Aldershot ? WWI Army Camp

Breamore House WWII US Third Army HQ

Breamore (AAF-440) WWII US Army Detachment YA, 21 Weather Squadron

Bramshott Common
WWI/WWII Army Camps used by Canadian units in both world wars WWII North (Camp Ontario), South (Camp Huron)

Bramley, Taylor's Lane Camps, South Camp etc WWI RAOC Depot developed in WWII

Browndown, Gosport WWII RM Camp & Range, current

Brockenhurst 'A' (B7) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp B7 occupied by the 6th Btn, Border Regiment (camp capacity 1,110 personnel & 159 vehicles)

Brockenhurst 'B', Setley Common (B8) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp B8 (capacity 1,110 personnel & 159 vehicles)

Brookheath WWII US Army Camp, 7th AAA Group

Bulford WWI Veterinary Hospital

Burley, Ringwood WWII Army Camp

Bushfield, Winchester (C5) WWII Rest Camp known to have been occupied by US Army 60th Infantry Regiment of the 9th Infantry Division prior to D-Day. D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C5 (camp capacity 2,500 personnel & 430 vehicles)

Bushy Down ? Volunteer/TF Annual Camp (stated to be in Herts)

Cadland Park, Fawley (B1 & B2) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camps B1 & B2 (camp capacity 3,328 personnel & 480 vehicles)

Chandler’s Ford, Cranbury Park Hiltingbury (C6, C7, C8 & C9) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camps C6, C7, C8 & C9 - 85th Chemical Warfare Company, Royal Engineers; 46th Field
Hospital (camp capacity 11,000 personnel & 2,000 vehicles)

Calshot Foreshore (EAB2) WWII D-Day Embarkation Area EAB2

Chilworth, Heatherlands Rd, Upper Bassett
WWII HQ Starfish Site

Chilworth Common (C24) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C24 (camp capacity 1,500 personnel & 215 vehicles)

Chilcomb, Magdalen Camp WWI & WWII Army Camp & Firing Range. WWI 252 bed Military Hospital (hutted)

Comacchio / Eastney WWII Overflow Camp

Cowplain WWII RM Commando Transit Camp prior to D-Day

Collingwood (HMS), Fareham WWII RM Training Establishment

Cove, Morval Barracks WWII Army Camp occupied by BEF units of 51st Highland Division in 1940

Cowdray Park WWII Army Camp for D-Day & ATS Training Camp

Cricket (HMS), Bursledon WWII RN Camp

Crookham, Boyce Barracks (name changed in 1947 to Queen Elizabeth Barracks) This large barracks complex was built in 1938 to house the No.1 Royal Army Medical Corps Depot, who used it until 1962. From 1965 until 1970 it was used by Training Regiments of the Royal Corps of Transport and from 1970 until 2000 it was used by Gurkha Regiments.

Damerham WWII Army Camp

Dean Close School, Farnborough ? Pre-WWII Officer Training Corps Annual Camp Probable error – believed to be in Cheltenham

Denmead & Southwick (A11 &A12)
WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp A11& A12 utilising the Forest of Bere, included Creech House, the temporary HQ for General Eisenhower and Montgomery

East Boldre (B5 & B6) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp B5 & B6. Known to be occupied by 705 Infantry Brigade Company with DUKWs (parked on Beaulieu Heath) (camp capacity 2,220 personnel & 318 vehicles)

Eastleigh
WWI RFC No.8 Stores Distributing Park

Eastmoors ? WWII US Army, 1st Hospital Train, 57th Hospital Train

Elles Barracks, (former Pinehurst Barracks), Farnborough Date of construction 1921 (rebuilt 1929-34). Occupied by the 2nd Battalion, Royal Tanks Corps from 1921–39. WWII 55th RAC Training Regiment Demolished 1970s

Emsworth Common A2 WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp A2

Exbury (EAB2) WWII D-Day Embarkation Area EAB2

Fareham, Droxford Depot ? WWII US Army POL Depot

Farlington WWI Camping Ground close to Farlington Redoubt

Fawley Wood, (Stanswood Bay Hards) Southampton (Shangri-La) WWII D-Day Embarkation Camp for Southampton Docks known to be guarded by the Manchester Regiment

Flowerdown WWI RFC No.1 Technical Wireless School. Also used later by Navy and RAF

Fordingbridge, Hale House Breamore (AAF-440) WWII US Army Camps, VII Corps, XII Corps

Fort Blockhouse (HMS Dolphin) Built c.1714, re-built 1848

Fort Fareham, Portsmouth Built c.1864. WWII Portsmouth Area HQ

Fort Gomer, Gosport
Volunteer TF Annual Camp

Fort Southwick Built c.1870. During WWII it became US and Canadian Forces Combined HQ with a network of underground tunnels underneath the fort. Survey Training Centre, RE
Fort Widley, Fort Nelson Portsdown Built c.1870. Coastal Defence Battery occupied in 1939 by units of 1st Medium Regiment of the Royal Artillery

Frogmore, East Liss Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Funtley (A16) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp A16

Furze Down, nr Martin Site of Army Camp ? (SU0722)

Gosport WWI 5th Southern General Hospital

Gosport, Browndown (A19) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp A19

Gosport, Stokes Bay (EAA4) WWII D-Day Embarkation Area Camp EAA4

Hambledon, Bury Lodge (A10) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp A10

Haslar Hospital Pre-WWII RN Hospital

Havant WWII AMWD Repair Depot

Hazeley Down, Twyford WWI Army Camp - 10th (Service) Battalion (1st Gwent) South Wales Borderers in July 1915. Military Hospital 105 beds, hutted

Headley Down WWI/WWII Army Camps used by Canadian Army units in both world war. Known as Erie Camp from 1941

Hilsea Barracks, Portsmouth (G-65)
Pre-WWII Ordnance Depot (RAOC) and Training Establishment between 1935–38. During WWII Hilsea was an US Army General Stores Depot G-65

Hollom Down Barn TA Annual Camp (1935)

Holmsley, Ringwood Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Horndean, Hazleton Wood (A4) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp A4 known to have been occupied by units of the 3rd Infantry Division including the 92nd (Loyals) Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment

Horsebridge TA Annual Camp (1935), Houghton Down

Hurst Castle Signal Station RN Camp

Hursley Park, Winchester WWI Army Camp known to have been occupied by 10th (Service) Battalion (1st Gwent) South Wales Borderers in July 1915

Hursley Park, Winchester (C12 & C13)
WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C12 & C13 Primary Training Camp. Units camped here took part in practise landings on Hayling Island. US Army 32nd Evacuation Hospital (camp capacity 4,500 personnel & 640 vehicles)

Ibsley Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Inchmery House, Exbury (STS 63)
WWII Special Training Station 63. Centre for Operation Bardsea
Keogh Barracks, nr Aldershot WWII Military Police Training Centre & RAMC Depot

Kingswood Common Hospital ? WWII US Army, 57th Medical Battalion (There was a US Army camp at Kingswood Common, Reading, Berkshire)

Kingsworthy, Winchester WWII US Army Camp, 49th Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squadron
King’s Somborne ? Furze Down House ? (AAF-563) WWII US Army Detachment 'H', 93rd Station Complement Squadron Reinforcement Depot. Kings Somborne is reported as being in Worcs

Lockerley WWII US Army Temporary Advanced Supply Depot for D-Day

Lymington (EAB3) WWII D-Day Embarkation Area EAB3

Longmoor - Mafeking, Ladysmith Barracks & Fenhurst, Kimberley, Weavers Down Camps etc Army Camp dating from the Boer War with large permanent extensions built pre-WWII
Longmoor, East Liss Volunteer/TF Annual Camp (SU7930)

Leipzig Barracks, Ewshot Common Date of construction 1903 for a brigade of Royal Field Artillery. Now demolished

Ludshott Common WWI/WWII Army Camps used by Canadian Army units in both conflicts. From 1941 known as Camp Superior

Marchwood, Byam’s Camp WWII RN Camp associated with Marchwood Port. Byam’s House is still used by the Military

Melville ? WWII Overflow Camp

Millbrook Park, Southampton WWII D-Day Embarkation Camp for Southampton Docks, US Army 46th Field Hospital

Minley Manor, Aldershot Staff College (Senior Wing)

Minstead, Malwood Castle TA Annual Camp

Morelands Camp ?, Portsmouth WWII Coastal Battery manned by Canadian units

Morn Hill, Winchester TF/WWII Army Camp known to have been occupied by units of the 27th Division in November-December 1914

Mytchett On Hants / Surrey border
– see latter

Nether Wallop (AAF-528) WWII US Army 1520th QM Truck Battalion

Netley Common (C3) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C3 (camp capacity 2,500 personnel & 360 vehicles)

Nightingale Wood, Romsey (C16 & C17) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camps C16 & C17 (camp capacity 3,250 personnel & 465 vehicles)

Norman Court, West Tytherley (AAF-437) also Bentley Wood WWII US Army 52nd AAA Brigade, 9th Air force Defence Command, 52nd AAA Brigade Site straddles Hants / Wilts border
Old Basing Common WWI Remount Depot

Otterbourne (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army 1517th QM Truck Battalion Aviation

Oxney, Bordon Pre-WWI Army Camp

Parkhurst, Isle of Wight WWII Isle of Wight Garrison

Pitt, Winchester WWI Army Camp

Popham (AAF-420) WWII US Army 926th Signal Battalion

Portsmouth, Ravelin House
WWII Portsmouth Garrison HQ

Portsmouth (EAA3) WWII D-Day Embarkation Area EAA3

Ringwood (AAF number n/a) WWII 11th Infantry Brigade, 516 Corps Field Survey Company US Army 1926 Ordnance Company, 2109th Ordnance Battalion,1st Hospital Train, 5th Hospital Train, 8th Field Hospital

Rockford Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Romsey, Remount Depot WWI Remount Depot

Romsey (Stanbridge Earls & Roke Manor) (AAF-503) (G-55) WWII US General Stores Depot G-55, Squadron 'A', 19th Replacement Control Depot 1st Recuperation Centre, (aka ‘Flak Shack’)

Romsey, Broadlands Park (C15) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C15 (camp capacity 1,250 personnel & 180 vehicles)

Romsey, Cramp Moor, South Holmes Copse (C14) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C14 (camp capacity 2,750 personnel & 400 vehicles)

Rowlands Castle, (A1) includes Stansted Park WWII D-Day Combined Operations Marshalling Camp A1

Rushmoor, Aldershot
WWI Army Camp

Royal Victoria Military Hospital, Netley, Southampton Built c.1856 demolished 1963

St Cross Park, The Grange, Winchester WWII D-Day Transit Camp

St Leonards, Ringwood Volunteer/TF Camp (1907)

Saltney (Portsmouth) ?

Sarisbury Court WWI US Army Base Hospital No.40 (800 beds)

Sarisbury, (A18) & Park Gate (A17) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camps

Soberton Heath (A14) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp A14

Southampton Common (C18, C19, C20 & C21)
WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C18, C19, C20 & C21 (8,500 personnel & 1,000 vehicles).12th Hospital Train, 12th Medical Dispensary
Southampton Dock (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army Detachment 112, 8th Air Force Intransit Depot Group; 14th Port, 12th Port of Embarkation, 55th Hospital Train, 62nd, 63rd & 65th Field Hospitals

Southampton Docks (EAC5)
WWII D-Day Embarkation Area EAC5

Southampton, Braemar Lodge, 14 Northlands Road WWII Southampton Garrison HQ

Southampton, Harefield & Moorhill Park ? also Thornhill Park WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camps. camp capacity 1,500 personnel & 210 vehicles at Harefield C1 2,500 personnel & 360 vehicles at Moorhill – C2

Southampton, Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley WWII US Army, 28th General Hospital

Soberton Heath, Fareham WWII Army Camp

Stanhope Lines, Aldershot Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Stockbridge Down TF/TE Annual Camp occupied by the 2nd East Riding Yeomanry in May 1939. WWII US Army Camp, 21st Platoon Ship Hospital

Stokes Bay, Portsmouth School of Electric Lighting

Teg Down, Winchester WWII Army Camp

Tidworth Pennings Volunteer Annual Camp

Tichborne Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Totton (AAF-442) WWII US Army 13th Replacement Control Depot, 9th AF Service Command

Toothill (C22) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C22 (camp capacity 2,000 personnel & 285 vehicles)

Twezeldown, Aldershot Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Upton, Grove Place (C17)
WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp C17

Walhampton House (AAF-558) WWII US Army Detachment 'D', 93rd SCSRD

Waterlooville, The Queen's Enclosure (A5 & A6) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp A5 & A6 used by 2nd Army Reserve Tank Brigade from D-Day to D-Day +17

Waterlooville, Stakes Hill Lodge (A7) WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camp A7

Westbourne, Emsworth Pre & WWII Army Camp known to be occupied by 391 Regiment, Royal Artillery, and 7th Hampshire Auxiliary Territorial Service ATS

Weyhill WWII AMWD Repair Depot

Whitehill, Bordon WWII Canadian Army Camp

Wickham Park (A13, A14 & A15)
WWII D-Day Marshalling Area Camps A13, A114 & A15 occupied by 53rd (London) Medium Regiment Royal Artillery

Winchester, St Swithins Hospital WWII US Army, 38th Station Hospital (250 beds)

Winchester WWII US Army Accommodation, 9th QM Company,9th Signal Company (9th Infantry Division)

Windmill Hill (Luggershall) Volunteer/TF Annual Camp

Winnall Down, Winchester WWI Army Rest Camp known to have occupied by US Army unit 353rd Infantry in July 1918

Winterbourne Dauntsey WWII Basic Training Camp occupied by 982 Chemical Warfare Company during 1940 One source mentions “Finsbury Barracks” ?

Worthy Park ? WWII US Army, 29th Ordnance Bomb Disposal

Hertfordshire

Ashridge Park WWII Army Camp known to have been occupied during 1944 by 'D' Squadron, The 11th Hussars (Prince Albert's Own)

Bishops Stortford (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army Detachment 'B', 887 Military Police Company Aviation

Bushy Down ? Volunteer/TF Annual Camp (possibly Hants)

Bushey Hall (AAF-341) WWII US Army 8th Fighter Command HQ

Colliers End, Ware
US Army Post WWII Camp

Cupid(‘s) Green, Hemel Hempstead WWII REME Basic Training Camp

Hertford, The Barracks WWII Hertford Area & Hertfordshire Sub-Area HQ

Hitchin (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army Detachment 'C', 887 Military Police Company Aviation

Hitchin North WWI RE Camp

Letchworth, Pixmore Avenue WWI RFC Fitters' (Boys) Instructional Establishment

Nascot Lodge, Watford (AAF-549)
HQ Combat Support Wing, 1584th QM Battalion Mobile (Aviation)

North Mimms (aka North Mymms) WWII US Military Hospital, 7th General Hospital, 16th, 17th & 55th Hospital Trains

Panshanger Park WWII Military Hospital

St Albans (AAF number n/a) WWII US Army Detachment 'D', 887th Military Police Company Aviation

St Paul's, Walden Bury ? WWII Convalescent Hospital

Sandridge, St Albans WWII 'Y' Service Station

Shenley WWII Special Wireless Centre

Stanmore (AAF number n/a) WWII American Component, Allied Expeditionary Air Force

Watford WWII US Army, HQ Eastern Base Section, COMMZ, ETOUSA

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