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Ketteringham Hall

Military site : non-airfield

300-400 US servicemen were housed in Nissen huts built in what is now woodland next to the Hall.

At one time home to Team Lotus (Formula 1); currently privately owned with a memorial in the grounds.

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  • Hermione Beaber

    Military | Women's Army Corps
    Hermione Beaber was a New Yorker who served with the Women's Army Corps in England, assigned to the 2nd Air Division Headquarters. ...

  • Hilda Berry Sanford

    Military | Major | Women's Army Corps
    Hilda Berry served in the Women's Army Corps in England, assigned to the 2nd Air Division Headquarters. ...

  • Hazel Bliss

    Military | Corporal | Switchboard Operator | 392nd Bomb Group
    Hazel Bliss served as a switchboard operator for 2nd Air Division HQ.

  • Evelyn Cohen

    Military | Women's Army Corps
    From 1954, until her death aged 88, in 2009, Evelyn Cohen was a crucial part of the 2nd Air Division Association. She was instrumental in the creation of the 2nd Air Division Memorial Library in Norwich. See: https://www.b24.net/2ndADA-Newsletters/2009...

  • Irene Dziubinski

    Military | Corporal (5th Grade) | Women's Army Corps

  • James Hodges

    Military | Major General | Commanding General
    Major General James P Hodges served as Commanding General of the 2nd Air Division from 13 September 1942 to 1 August 1944. He retired 30 September 1951. His son, James P Hodges II, served as a fighter pilot with the 56th Fighter Group.

  • Walter Peck

    Military | Brigadier General | Pilot; Commanding Officer | 458th Bomb Group
    BRIGADIER GENERAL WALTER R. PECK ...

  • Emma Utter

    Military | Private First Class | Women's Army Corps
    Emma Utter served with the 2nd Air Division HQ in England. In February 1944, she was part of the WAC unit who christened a B-24 'Pallas Athene'. Emma put the finishing touches onto the new nose art and was one of eleven WACs who were taken on a short...

Revisions

Date Contributor Update
27 September 2014 18:02:17 AAM AAM ingest
Sources

Barry Anderson, Army Air Forces Stations (Alabama, 1985) / Office of History, Headquarters Third Air Force, United States Air Forces in Europe; Installations and USAAF Combat Units in the United Kingdom 1942-1945, Revised and Expanded Edition (February1967, Revised October 1980).
http://norfolksamericanconnections.com/

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