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George Green

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Police Sergeant Green was assisting in keeping order as a funeral cortege passed Great Clowes Street, Salford. A horse drawn milk cart suddenly set off without its owner, and Sergeant …

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George Hodson

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Constable Hodson was on duty and chasing suspects when he fell, sustaining injuries from which he later died.

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George Howarth

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George Howarth was on duty as a Night Watchman, employed to keep a watch over the streets of Manchester by night, prior to the formation of the Police Force. He …

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George Main

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Constable Main was the observer in a police vehicle being driven along Thornton Street North, Collyhurst, Manchester, when the vehicle was involved in a collision with a van parked on …

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George Wright

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Fireman Engineer Wright was on duty, and had just returned to the fire station at Pollard Street when he collapsed and died from a heart attack.

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Gerard Gaskell

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Constable Gaskell was on duty in Manor Road, Stretford during an air raid. He was killed when a bomb exploded near to his location.

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Graham Roughley

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Constable Roughley was on road patrol duty in Stamford Street, Ashton under Lyne when he swerved to avoid a pedestrian. His vehicle crashed and he was fatally injured.

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Harold Davies

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Special Constable Davies was on duty in Croston Street, Stretford on 22nd December 1940. He was attempting to deal with an incendiary bomb, which exploded causing severe injuries from which …

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Harold Henry

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Constable Henry, a War Reserve Officer, collapsed and died whilst patrolling his beat near to the Pavilion Cinema, in Rochdale. He was taken to Rochdale Infirmary but pronounced dead upon …

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Harry Saul Stables

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Inspector Stables was fatally injured whilst searching a house in Rochdale, on 20th March 1941. A teenager had stolen firearms and ammunition from a local warehouse and hidden them in …