Isabella joined the Auxiliary
Territorial Service (ATS), the same branch of the Services as her sister
The Newspaper article below, refers a
marriage to Gunner Robert Caskey (Royal Artillery).
At the onset of hostilities, Bures was
considered of Strategic importance to the Germans with its road, rail
and river crossing.
Their sole purpose was to protect the B1508 river Crossing.
The Battery was under the Command of the Colchester Garrison.
There are reports that one soldier frequently visited Bakers Hall Farm to ride horses, so it not inconceivable other soldiers visited parts of the parish when they were not on duty.
I was unable to find any Military Service
records online for Isabella and Robert.
Ancestry records indicate she later
she married Clifford Duckworth, but I can find no date when this took
Isabella survived the war and died in Blackburn 1995.
According to Cameron Carr, his sister
Elizabeth enrolled in the NAAFI.
NAAFI Information, Link