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Edward Jackson

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War Reserve Constable was killed as a result of enemy action over Middleton during World War 2.

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Edward Schofield

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Acting Sergeant Schofield was assisting at a fire at the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company Goods Warehouse on Featherstall Road, Oldham. A wall of the building collapsed and fell onto …

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Edward William Bewsher

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Constable Bewsher was on duty in New Bridge Street, Manchester during the Manchester Blitz. A very heavy calibre bomb, or parachute mine exploded near to his location, and killed him …

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Edwin Leigh

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Sergeant Leigh collapsed and died from heart failure while on foot patrol duty in Stockport.

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Francis Prendergast

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Sergeant Prendergast was the Plain Clothes and Licensing Sergeant for Oldham Borough, and was viewing the remains of the Majestic Club, in Bloom Street, which had been destroyed by fire. …

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Franklyn Baden Wilkinson

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During the Manchester Blitz, Regent Road Police Station, Salford was damaged by a near miss. Constable Wilkinson was killed, as was a Police Inspector. Ten other Police Officers were seriously …

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Frederick Smith

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Constable Smith died as a result of injuries received while stopping a runaway horse and lurry at Rochdale. The lurry was loaded with 20 large containers of vitriol (sulphuric acid). …

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Frederick Victor Hines

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Constable Hines was a Mounted Police Officer. He was on mounted patrol, when his horse bolted and he was thrown from it. He received fatal injuries.

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George Albert

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Police Fireman Albert was firefighting in the Parker Street area of Manchester during the Manchester Blitz, when he was killed by falling masonry that had been thrown up by a …

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George Frederick Baker

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Constable Baker was on duty, in plain clothes, when he arrested a man for playing ‘pitch and toss’ in Yorkshire Street, Salford. Whilst he was taking the prisoner to the …