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Sgt 143 Fitzroy Fred Taylor
Whilst stationed in the Forest of Dean, he was awarded a medal by the Royal Society for the Protection of life from fire, for his actions at the scene of a house fire in Coleford on 22/10/1939. He was also awarded the 'Silver Braid' for gallantry by the Chief Constable, this was a silver ribband only ever issued by Gloucestershire Constabulary and was authorised for wear on the tunics right breast.

Sgt 143 Fitzroy Fred Taylor

Whilst stationed in the Forest of Dean, he was awarded a medal by the Royal Society for the Protection of life from fire, for his actions at the scene of a house fire in Coleford on 22/10/1939. He was also awarded the 'Silver Braid' for gallantry by the Chief Constable, this was a silver ribband only ever issued by Gloucestershire Constabulary and was authorised for wear on the tunics right breast.

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