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L.Fm. George Bowen

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War dead non-military, WW2 i

Commemorated on a memorial as being a civilian who was killed in WW2. Includes mercantile marines and emergency services personnel.

L.Fm. George Bowen

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L.Fm. George Bowen

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Rathbone Street WW2 fire station - AFS

This plaque was unveiled on 18 September 2020 at a small memorial ceremony bu...

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Eyre Massey Shaw

Soldier and fire brigade chief. Probably born at Glenmore Cottage, Ballymore, Ireland. After a short military career, he was appointed Chief Constable of Belfast, being responsible for both the pol...

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1 memorial
Walter Henry Childs

Walter Henry Childs

Auxiliary fireman killed in the bomb attack on Henry Cavendish School, Balham. Our colleague Andrew Behan has kindly researched this man: Auxiliary Fireman Walter Henry Childs was born on 27 March...

Person, Emergency Services

War dead non-military, WW2
1 memorial
Thomas John Steward

Thomas John Steward

Member of the ARP/Civil Defence Services - auxiliary ambulance driver. Andrew Behan has kindly provided this research: Thomas John Steward was born on 19 December 1910 in Lewisham, the 4th of the ...

Person, Emergency Services

War dead non-military, WW2
1 memorial
Leonard Roots

Leonard Roots

Fireman killed as a result of an air raid on Old Palace School, Bow, E3 on 20 April 1941. Our colleague Andrew Behan has kindly researched this man: Auxiliary Leading Fireman Leonard Roots was bor...

Person, Emergency Services

War dead non-military, WW2
1 memorial
Auxiliary Fireman Charles Edward Moore

Auxiliary Fireman Charles Edward Moore

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

Person, Emergency Services

War dead non-military, WW2
1 memorial