In Memoriam

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Sir Dawnay Lemon

Who has died aged 92, served as chief constable of the East Riding, Hampshire and Kent police forces; he also made a mark as one of the last men to bowl under-arm seriously. Obituary from The Daily Telegraph.

Former Chief Constable of Hampshire, Sir Douglas Osmond

Died age 91, on the 20th April 2006. Obituary from The Daily Telegraph

P.C. James Dolan

“A 36 year old policeman, P.C. James Dolan, who was married with five children, was killed in a road accident less than 100 yards from the front gate of his home at the Police Cottage, Weyhill, late on Sunday night.”
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October 2001

Chief Constable Peregrine Fellowes

Hanging discreetly on the wall surveying the scene in the “Duke Room” at Netley is a framed photograph of Capt. Peregrine Henry Thomas Fellowes. Few visitors have any knowledge of Capt. Fellowes or his connections with the Hampshire Constabulary, even fewer have any idea of the tragic circumstances of his departure from his position of Chief Constable.
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November 2001

Roll of Honour Trust

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