Submitted Nov. 18, 2000, by: Ruth HOUPT DROZINSKI, firstname.lastname@example.org
"Occupations are not often easy to discern, yet it gives us an insight into the lives of our predecessors. I wanted to submit these names as a way of my thanking all those others who have contributed material that has helped me along in my family research."
(Note: Names are NOT in alphabetical order; instead they are listed
as they appear in the log book. For any given person here, the date
listed is for the FIRST mention of his name. As in the case of Capt. Lucot,
he appears from beginning to end of the log.)
R O S T E R
NAME FORMER OCCUPATION WHEN APPOINTED BORN RESIDENCE
John B. LUCOT, Capt. Iron Worker 02 May 1892 13 Oct 1868 1024 Crucible St.
Georg SYLVIS, Driver Driver 15 Aug 1892 13 Sep 1860 131 Kearage St.
(left service on 26 Nov 1905 and returned on 28 June 1911)
William J. DIEGELMANN, hoseman Iron Fitter 03 July 1919 11 May 1889 1622 Lakewood Ave.
Fredrich L. DUNHOFF, hoseman Motorman 10 July 1916 08 June 1886 209 China St. & 805 Needle St.
Felix McCAFFREY, hoseman Mill Worker 14 Nov 1908 1874 55 McClaim
J. McANDREW, Capt. Mill Hand 04 May 1897 03 Mar 1862 176 S. Main St.
Harry E. SANDERS, Driver Electrician 02 June 1908 13 Jan 1882 2926 Stafford St.
William KNAPP, hoseman Laborer 10 July 1916 08 July 1894 3061 Chartiers Ave.
Sean W. EHRHARDT, hoseman Loborer 01 Jan 1919 19 Aug 1894 441 China St.
Charles J. SMITH, hoseman Order Clerk 08 Aug 1918 07 Nov 1883 40 Greely St.
The following names give limited info but are listed here in the order
they appear in the log book with dates/details as appropriate.
That a person's name appears in the log book does not mean they were a
fireman and where possible, the distinction is made.
If a first name does not appear, none was given in log book; spelling is
as it appears in book, when questionable due to handwriting (?) appears.
Chief R.L. SMITH
Director James MALONE
Louis PONZO, on 15 Feb 1921 (citizen) was involved in automobile accident
then taken to the home of Peter PONZO (citizen)
Charles J. SMITH (says his report is in back of book, but it is not;
can't confirm whether he is a fireman or not.)
Chief BENNETT (or BERNETT)
Capt. BARBIN (replaced Capt. McANDREWS as of 20 Feb 1922)
Thomas J. DURKIN, 02 Mar 1922, transferred to 40 Engine Co. (also on
23 Aug 1927 a phone call was noted that he had suffered a stroke.)
Officer D. G. THOMPSON, 17 Dec 1922 (probably police officer: gave him
2 gals. of gas to move a recovered stolen car to police station)
Battalion Chief William H. KUHLMANN
Deputy Chief Frank LOXTEMAN
Dr. WETZEL - Veternarian (treated the horses - firetrucks were
pulled by horses)
Dr. E.F. WALLER - physician
Albert HERD - transferred to Eng. Co. #1
James J. McMANUS - transferred from Eng. Co. #48
William ELLIOT (fireman)
Howard WILSON (fireman)
Thomas REYNOLDS (fireman, also noted on 30 Sept 1927 that he would retire)
Peter F. MEEHAN (fireman)
Aloysius (or Aloysus?) MILLER (fireman)
Thomas H. THUSSLOW (?)
Superintendent H. ANGLOFF - Bureau of Electricity
F.G. BABJACK - resident of 2511 Carson St.; on 09 Oct 1925 the
firetruck collided with his parked car on Carson St.
Deputy Chief JONES
Bruce WANDLESS - plaster contractor
Mr. MONAHAN - Superintendent of Machine Shop
Frank STEWART (driver, fireman)
James DUNHOFF - on 04 June 1926, this young boy was said to have sent
in Box 3261 (false alarm)
Senior Lt. TULLY promoted to Captain, 22 June 1926
William J. TRIPLETT - replaced H.T. WILSON (who was on suspension)
Mr. HELMISH - tinner, working on roof
T.J. DURKIN (fireman)
W.H. ROBINSON (fireman)
John J. CONNORS (fireman)
Joseph E. SWEARINGEN (?) - demoted from Driver to Hoseman
James DONOVEN - plumber
J.L. AHLBING (?) - Westinghouse Air Brake employee
Director CLARK - Department of Public Safety
McVICKER - badge # 551
Stanley KRANTZ (fireman)
Albert CRAWFORD (fireman)
Mr. VANCE - Superintendent of Carpenters
Herman HELM - repaired water conductor
William MAHAN - Westinghouse Air Brake employee
James A. LIEBERS - Westinghouse employee
W.J. DRISCOLE - American LaFrance employee
Michael J. McCARTNEY (fireman)
O.R. KERRIGAN (fireman)
M. LOCHYNSKY (possibly LOCHZNSKY?) (fireman)
Frank DIXON (fireman)
Frank STEWART - fuel wagon driver
Joseph M. SULLIVAN (fireman)
Robert J. McKEE (fireman)