Person    | Male  Died 17/4/1941

Auxiliary Fireman Mervyn James Taylor

Categories: Armed Forces, Tragedy

Auxiliary Fireman Mervyn James Taylor

From the Sub Fire Station 6W, Cheyne Place. Died in a fire which took the lives of seven firemen, known as "The Wednesday".

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Auxiliary Fireman Mervyn James Taylor

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Chelsea Firefighters

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Michael Hodge

Michael Hodge

One of five fire-watchers killed on the night bombs fell on Chelsea Old Church and the surrounding area. Aged seventeen and very tall for his age. He was waiting to go up to Cambridge but talking ...

Person, Armed Forces, Tragedy

1 memorial
Royal Air Force

Royal Air Force

Formed 1st April 1918 at Hotel Cecil, 80 the Strand where it had its first headquarters. Motto: Per Ardua Ad Astra, Latin for "Through Struggles to the Stars".

Group, Armed Forces, Aviation

8 memorials
E. Smith, Snr.

E. Smith, Snr.

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces, War Memorial WW1

1 memorial
H. C. E. Freeman

H. C. E. Freeman

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces, War Memorial WW1

1 memorial
Raymond Care

Raymond Care

Colonel Raymond Charles Care was born on 30 March 1918 in Angola, Steuben County, Indiana, USA, the second of the five children of Charles Fleetwood Care (1891-1963) and Francelia Phoebe Care née M...

Person, Armed Forces, War Memorial WW2, USA

1 memorial