Roll of Honour

This list is designed to stand as a lasting memorial for those who served with the American Ambulance Great Britain during the Second World War. I don’t know of any original personnel records having survived and unless they show up one day this page will be the largest collection of information on those who served. The below list is based on the list of garages open in January 1945, there may be more that I don’t know about and I shall add them if I discover any more! This list is complied with information that I have found out but also with that given to me by relatives of those who served in the American Ambulance. If you know of someone who served please get in touch so I can add their details to this list. It is split into those stations that were run directly by the American Ambulance and those run by the Mechanised Transport Corps on behalf of the American Ambulance. Please scroll down the list to see all the names by station, I hope to update it regularly.


Unknown

A large group of names I know belong to a group where myself or their family don’t know exactly where they served, often it’s vague such as “London”, I’ll include their names here, after this group the roll of honour is split into each individual garage.

  • Miss J.M. Phillips – served 11/1941 until at least 10/1944
  • Miss R. Andrew – served 08/1945 until at least 08/1945 (M.T.C.)
  • Ms Helen Mathilda Katherine Wolff
  • Mrs Bette Starr (M.T.C.)
  • Mrs Jack Miller
  • Miss Winifed Ashford (M.T.C.)
  • Mrs Pat McLeod (M.T.C.)
  • Ms M.B. Wilford

Aberdeen

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Birmingham

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Stoke

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Warwick

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Bristol

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Exeter

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps
  • Mrs Dorothy Helen Daly – killed during air raid 4th May 1942

Edinburgh

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Glasgow

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Kentish Town

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Leeds

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps
  • Ms Shandy Johnson
  • Ms Craig
  • Ms Ruth Robinson
  • Ms Stanford
  • Ms Betty Bacon
  • Ms Peggy Humphries
  • Ms Pat Bishop
  • Ms Jene Frost
  • Ms Sirley Bradford
  • Ms Hilly Smith
  • Ms Elis Fawcett
  • Ms Paugie Sanderson
  • Ms Phyll Cooling (Captain)
  • Ms Chris Haig
  • Ms Elizabeth Hauté
  • Ms Elliot
  • Ms Mason
  • Ms Marge Gasman
  • Ms Blossom Frost
  • Ms Ruth Sinton

Hull

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Sheffield

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Lewisham

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Newcastle

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps
  • Mrs Bevan
  • Miss Vivian Thomas
  • Miss Eleanor Hedley
  • Mrs Dale
  • Miss Gladys Harper

Scarborough

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Headquarters

American Ambulance Great Britain Transport Corps

Brixton

Mechanised Transport Corps

Cambridge

Mechanised Transport Corps

Cardiff

Mechanised Transport Corps
  • Frances Margaret Merrifield served 1940-1941(?)

Swansea

Mechanised Transport Corps

Wrexham

Mechanised Transport Corps

Manchester

Mechanised Transport Corps

Liverpool

Mechanised Transport Corps

Nottingham

Mechanised Transport Corps

Reading

Mechanised Transport Corps

Winchester

Mechanised Transport Corps

Shoreditch

Mechanised Transport Corps

Tunbridge Wells

Mechanised Transport Corps

West Kensington

Mechanised Transport Corps

Headquarters

Mechanised Transport Corps

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