CART has names associated with patrols in various villages in South Holland.
These men had underground bases from which, in the event of invasion, they would emerge at night to destroy railway lines and transport. They were given only two weeks’ rations as it was considered a suicide mission.
The Donington names are: Sgt J Sumner. Cpl A Brice, Ptes S Stanhope and G Chapman; Gosberton – Sgt H Stokes, Cpl R Marshall, Ptes J P Smith, A Richardson, H Nadin, W Cooper; Weston – Sgt W Dillworth, Cpl A Stuffins, Ptes F Saul, G Menship, F Hemmant; Holbeach – Sgt H Mills, Cpl T Byecroft, Ptes E Ward, J Dewar, A Forman, J Hill (John Kinder and John Cheer(s); Sutton Bridge – Sgt R Proctor, Cpl R Hill, Ptes R Howes, R Rowell, P Mackinder.