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steve, sgt,lawrence stevenson. 61,margret road walton. story to follow.

dave, sorry for getting your name wrong.just come off night duty.http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_02_2015/post-6733-0-62344000-1424460628.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_02_2015/post-6733-0-83802700-1424460661.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_02_2015/post-6733-0-38878200-1424460713.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_02_2015/post-6733-0-00633300-1424460753.jpg

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A fantastic series of events and outstanding gallantry. I'm sure that there is some further research you could do in respect of the Officers involved. I feel sure that STEVENSON would have received some further award(s) apart from those which you have and which he would have received anyway irrespective of this incident. If you go to the Liverpool Record Office in William Brown Street and look at the Liverpool Watch Committee minutes for the period I am sure that more will be revealed. Archive copies of the Liverpool Echo would also be worth searching. The list of things you can do to put some further "meat" on this excellent group is endless. I would have had no hesitation in buying these medals and I think you did the right thing in doing so. Additional research would certainly add value without a doubt. I for one would be interested in hearing how you get on with that. Thanks for sharing.

 

Best wishes, Dave Wilkinson   

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Rumjar  -  the story makes remarkable reading and having it with the medals must make them quite valuable.  I don't recognise

some of the ribbons  -  are they Liverpool Constabulary awards ?     I think that Dave's advice on further research is very sound - and certainly worth following-up.     We will look forward to further posts.   Mervyn

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