Mortimer Stover- job transfer Brklyn Eagle Oct 3.1901

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Mortimer Stover- job transfer Brklyn Eagle Oct 3.1901 - I I I ; I CONEY ISLAND POLICE CHANGES. Big...
I I I ; I CONEY ISLAND POLICE CHANGES. Big Shakeup in the Precinct, Twenty - eight Men Being Ordered to Other Pields of Work. There was a wholesale shifting of cops at Coney Island this morning and the foro under Captain Driscoll has been depleted to a large extent. Twenty - eight men, including including a sergeant and a roundsman, got their walking papers and this morning they artt on deck in other precincts somewhat removed removed from the seaside bailiwick. There was only one surprise in the shift, that being being Patrolman Thomas Lynch, who was one of the best policemen that Coney Island ever had. He had been doing precinct work during the summer months and made a record record that will be difficult to beat. Ho went to Coney Island when that place was first made a precinct In the former City of Brooklyn. Brooklyn. Only last night he made a good arrest of three mon on the Bowery who had insulted insulted a respectable woman. Tho toughs tried to assault Lynch, but he landed them all in the police station. The men who were transferred are as follows: follows: Sergeant Bernard Cole to the Forty - seventh; seventh; seventh; Roundsman William F. Brennan to tbe Sixty - fifth, John Windhorst, Forty - sixth, Albert Smith, Forty - sixth; Owen Smith, Forty - seventh; Thomas Lynch, Forty - se enth; John Freer, Forty - ninth; William Mo - Cauley, Forty - ninth; John Haven, Forty - ninth; John McHugh, Forty - ninth; Joseph Kane, Forty - ninth; John Gartland, Fifty - f.rst; William Marshall, Fifty - first; Michael Collins, Fifty - first; Patrick J. Sheridan, Fifty - second; Andrew Brown, Fifty - third Precinct; William H. Keighler, Fifty - sixth; Mortimer Stover, Fifty - sixth; John J. O'Nell, Fifty - sixth; William Drinkwater, Fifty - sixth; George Brower, Sixty - seventh; Peter Donnelly, Fifty - ninth; Wells R. Smith, Sixty Sixty Sixty - fifth; Charles Kavanagh, Sixtieth; John Fallon, Sixtieth; William Doyle, Sixty - thirds M. Beatty, Sixty - third; Edward Lynch, Sixty Sixty Sixty - third.

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle03 Oct 1901, ThuPage 6

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)03 Oct 1901, ThuPage 6
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