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Firewoman Yvonne Green

Firewoman Yvonne Green Firewoman Yvonne Green

Erection date: 2004

Inscription

AFS, London.
In memory of auxiliary firewoman, Yvonne Green, who died near this site killed by enemy action on duty with four others as firewatchers at Chelsea Old Church on the night of 16th/17th April 1941.
All five names are remembered together on a memorial stone in the entrance to Chelsea Old Church.
© FR 2004 

Site: Firewoman Yvonne Green (1 memorial)

SW3, Old Church Street, Roper’s Garden

On a plaque inside the church porch Yvonne Green is commemorated with the other, non-AFS, fire-watchers who died the same night.

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

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Firewoman Yvonne Green

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