Report on Fund for Salem Firemen

Report on Fund for Salem Firemen

Chief W, O. Arnold, of Salem, Mass., has received $4,728.30 from different fire departments, fire organizations and individuals for the benefit of thirty members of his department who were burned out in the conflagration of June 25. The following is the list of contributors and the amount each donated: Fire departments Wakefield, $200; Hingham, $100; Haverhill. 121; Cambridge. $178; Everett, $220; Marlboro, $175; Newton, $100; Nahant, $500; Waltham, $100; Arlington, $50; Gardner, $50; Peabody, $150; Framingham, $100; Lee, $10; Lynn. $118.20; Gloucester,$219; Somerville,$140; Fitchburg, $100; Winthrop, $100; Springfield, $103.25, and Lenox $25. Firemen’s Relief Associations: Malden, $200; Danvers, $50; Portsmouth, N. H.. $200; Portland, Me., $250; Manchester, Mass., $50, and North Attleboro, $50. Hose Co. No. 3, Beverly, $250; Massachusetts State Firemen’s Association, $200; Massachusetts Permanent Firemen’s Association, $596.25; American and British Manufacturing Company, Providence, R. I., $200; Francis Enos. Salem, $25; David M. Little, Salem, $20; Loren L. Parks, Noank, Conn., $2; cash, $10. Each one of the thirty members of the department, who lost all their possessions in the fire, received $157.61 each. They are Joseph W. Gahagan, Ubalde De Grandpre, Christie W. Flynn, Henry S. Adams, John H. Carter, James F. Ward, Daniel A. Ward, Thomas H. McDonald, Joseph A. Ryno, Adelard St. Pierre, Benjamin Theriault, James L. Hickey, Joseph A. Gagnon, Regin Pelchat, William J. Weston, Thomas P. Fallon, William P. Tobin, Albert F. Narbis, Frederick Oleson, George F. Abbott. Sherman M. Steeve, William H. Pollock, William H. Little, George W. W. Whelton, James Needham, Lewis A. Trembly, Bernard McCormick, Ernest J. April, M. J. Kelleher and E. W. Beckford.

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