Report of the Chief of the Fire Department of the District of Columbia for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1905. Includes listing of casualties to members of the department reported during the year.
Names in this online transcription include Ackerman, Angell, Appanalla, Ashsetter, Auffort, Ball, Barker, Belt, Boss, Bowbys, Bradekamp, Brown, Burke, Carter, Castell, Chianentoni, Clark, Clifford, Coboner, Coleman, Costa, Crankum, Cross, Dante, Davis, Dent, Dipple, Dodge, Donaldson, Drew, Euells, Evans, Fentress, Fieles, Fox, Frazier, French, Gallagher, Gibbins, Gong, Graves, Griffin, Guy, Hall, Hamilton, Hanlon, Heineman, Hendricks, Henry, Hunt, Hurley, Huth, Hyland, Jasper, Kane, Keefe, Kettler, Kiplinger, Kurtz, Larrick, Lavinia, Lee, Leman, Lenman, Leroy, Lewis, Lowe, Lusby, Maguire, Maher, Mahorney, Marco, Mastin, McAuliffe, McInell, McMerny, McPherson, Merrill, Miller, Minnick, Molling, Moore, Moriarty, Mulhall, Muliske, Murphy, Naple, Newton, Nichols, O'Connor, Padgett, Pardee, Parris, Peck, Penney, Powell, Purcell, Raitz, Rassmussan, Reid, Reith, Reynolds, Robertson, Robinson, Rowlett, Saunders, Schalmonskey, Schwanz, Shaffer, Shedd, Sherman, Shipley, Smith, Snooks, Sommers, Sorrell, Steinman, Strickland, Struck, Sullivan, Sweeney, Sylvester, Talbert, Thomas, Thompson, Throckmorton, Toriano, Wade, Waldron, Walker, Ward, Ware, Weinberg, Whalen, White, Wilkerson, Williams, Willig, Willson, Wise, Young.
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