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Black Ribbon Charles W. Dakin Black Ribbon

Charles W. Dakin, Captain - January 31, 1906 (#44)
Born in San Francisco in 1871
Appointed to the Department in 1893
Engine Co. No. 4 - 676 Howard Street

Charles W. Dakin

U.S. “MEADE” FIRE
Foot of Folsom

Charles Dakin, Captain Engine Co. 4, died February 1, 1906, of asphyxiation while working at a fire.
During the year the following named widow of a late member of the Fire Department was pensioned under the provision of Article IX, Chapter 7, Section 5, of the Charter, viz:
Mrs. Francis Dakin was granted a quarterly pension of $180.

The 1906 salary of a captain was $1,440 per year.

Black Ribbon Thomas J. Hennessy Black Ribbon

Thomas J. Hennessy - January 31, 1906 (#45)
Engine Co. No. 22 - 1348 10th Avenue

U.S. “MEADE” FIRE
Foot of Folsom

T. J. Hennessy, Hoseman Engine Co. 22, died February 1, 1906, of asphyxiation while working at a fire.
During the year the following named widow of a late member of the Fire Department was pensioned under the provision of Article IX, Chapter 7, Section 5, of the Charter, viz: Mrs. Nellie Hennessy, widow of Thomas Hennessy, Hoseman of Engine Company No. 22.  Pensioned February 1, 1906.  Effective February 1, 1906
Mrs. Nellie Hennessy received a quarterly pension of $150.00
In 1906, Hoseman were paid an annual salary of $1,200.

Dakin and Hennessey Funeral

Extracted from original sources with grammar and spelling as published.

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