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Leading Fireman Albert Henry Spiller

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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.

Leading Fireman Albert Henry Spiller

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Leading Fireman Albert Henry Spiller

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Surrey Theatre WW2 bomb

{Symbols for: LFB, AFS London, AFS Mitcham} In memory of eleven London Auxili...

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Stanley Harold Randolph

Stanley Harold Randolph

Auxiliary Fireman Stanley Harold Randolph was born on 23 July 1905 in Islington, a son of James John Randolph (1859-1921) and Eliza Lavinia Maria Randolph née Scott (1869-1938). His father had been...

Person, Emergency Services

War dead non-military, WW2
1 memorial
L. W. G. Wilson

L. W. G. Wilson

Station Officer -  One of two men (with Frederick Mitchell) who gave their lives at Soho Fire Station on 7th October 1940. London Fire Journal gives his name as William Wilson. See Mitchell for som...

Person, Emergency Services, Tragedy

War dead non-military, WW2
1 memorial
Fm. Terence Breen

Fm. Terence Breen

Fireman killed in the Dudgeon's Wharf explosion. Andrew Behan has researched Breen: Fireman Terence Joseph Patrick Breen was born on 19 May 1932 and his birth was registered in Stepney. He was a s...

Person, Emergency Services, Tragedy

2 memorials
Southwark Fire Station, HQ and Training Centre

Southwark Fire Station, HQ and Training Centre

This location has hosted 4 buildings important to the history of the London Fire Brigade.  We’ll tell the story chronologically. In 1777 a new St Saviour’s workhouse, by George Gwilt the Elder, wa...

Building, Emergency Services

2 memorials
Fireman Edward Henry Smith
War dead non-military, WW2
1 memorial