St. George's Police Barracks - 1964

This photo was supplied to us by Keith Hatfield and was taken at the St. George’s Police Barracks sometime around 1964. It includes:-

Back row (l-r) Chris Fludgate (who later joined the Thames Valley Police), believed Frank Thompson (a Scot and very good golfer), Laurie Jackson (who went on to become an outstanding CID officer, but who died a few years ago) , Not sure?  “Boob” Travis (who left around 1964), Jim Ripley (who lft on the same flight at Keith Hatfield in 1965) Alan Wyatt.

Front row - Keith Hatfield, Sgt Sid Gregory (left around 1964 to go on leave and never returned), Tom O’Sullivan (died a few years ago in Toronto), Alan Holdsworth? and Terry Lambert.

 

 

 

 

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#10 John McQuaid 2016-07-15 10:39
No doubts editor, the chap at the extreme right is (or was), Terry Lambert who went off and gained a pilot's licence somewhere in America. I believe that he died some years back.

Not sure but I believe Terry went off to pilot training at the same time as David Long who
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#9 Terry Bawden 2016-07-11 12:13
I don't know if you received my previous message, But as I remember it, the back row is, Chris Fludgate, Ron Woodhouse, Laurie Jackson, me, John Travis, Jim Ripley, Alan Wyatt, Front Row, Keith Hatfield, Sid Gregory, Tom O'Sullivan, Bob Holdsworth, the last one I thought was Bob O'Shea But I'm not sure. I am still alive a kicking having retired from Surrey Constabulary after 30 years as Inspector in 1996. I am now 76 years old but fit and healthy and live in Farnham, Surrey.

Editors note - Good to hear from you Terry. Not sure if we received your previous message, but many thanks for these answers. It sounds like the only doubtful one is Bob O'Shea.
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#8 Daniel Fludgate 2014-04-19 16:59
I'm one of Chris Fludgate's sons. Many thanks for supplying the photo - it's good to see snippets of my Dad's life in Bermuda. Unfortunately he died in 1992. Would be very interested to hear from those who knew him there with their recollections/s tories please.

Editors note - Many thanks for contacting us Daniel. Will see what we can do. I will check Police Headquarters next week to see what is on our Police Register although it only contains brief details of date of joining, transfers, courses etc.
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#7 John McQuaid 2013-05-17 20:48
Terry Bawden!
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#6 John McQuaid 2013-02-01 14:03
I took that picture which was at St Georges Police Mess circa 1964. All correct recognition except for Robert (Bob) Holdbrook in place of 'Alan Holdsworth'. Bob came out of Derbyshire and married Liz ---- ; I was his best man. She was an Irish girl and worked at HA &E Smiths. I will dig the photos out when I get five minutes. Jim Macmaster was el supremo at St G then. Sitting by the books is Terry [lost it] from Surrey, who was a frequent visitor to .......!
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#5 Davie Kerr 2012-10-12 14:48
And likewise, I'm sure!
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#4 Terry 2012-08-11 17:55
Thank the good Lord there was only one of you Davie.
10-56.........PRC.
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#3 Davie Kerr 2012-07-31 15:45
Useless trivia: I believe that Chris Fludgate was my immediate predecessor as PC56 (my first shoulder number when I came to Bermuda), and I think Dave Gillery had it before him. I was the last PC56, and my old mate Tango Burgess was the last Sgt56!
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#2 Terry 2012-06-08 12:11
Looks like Somerset Mess.
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#1 peter scobey 2012-06-07 08:20
Hi,
Second from the right looks like
Bill Webster who was at st.Georges 1980-85
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