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Chelsea Firefighters

Chelsea Firefighters Chelsea Firefighters
Inscription

In memory of twelve London firemen who lost their lives protecting the district of Chelsea in peacetime and war:

{there follows a list of 12 firemen, given under 5 dates, presumable the dates of the fires in which they died. The dates are :
19/10/1904
16-17/4/1941 ("The Wednesday")
11/8/1944
20/12/1944
8/3/1968
For the names see "Subjects Commemorated".}

This plaque is in the same style as others erected by Firemen Remembered, although they are not acknowledged on the plaque itself.

Site: Chelsea Firefighters (1 memorial)

SW3, King’s Road, 264, Chelsea Fire Station

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Chelsea Firefighters

Subjects commemorated Information

World War 2

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Auxiliary Fire Service / AFS

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Fireman Colin Comber

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Fireman Jeremiah Donovan

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Auxiliary Fireman George Eric Goldsmith

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Chelsea Firefighters

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