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Deputy Marshal Samuel W House

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ROUND-SERGEANT SAMUEL W. HOUSE.

Samuel W. House was born 29 May 1872 in Canada and was once a watchmaker. He was appointed a member of the Police Department on June 10, 1897. May 19, 1899, and received a further promotion on January 29, 1900, when he was made a round-sergeant. Round-Sergeant House is one of the most popular members of the Department and takes a great interest in promoting athletics among his brother policemen. He has been particularly active in organizing baseball clubs and games. As a police officer the round-sergeant is well thought of by his superior officers, and on May 19, 1899; May 22, 1900, and April 19, 1902, he was especially commended by the Commissioners for meritorious and efficient police work.

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Deputy Marshal Samuel W. House

1872 - 29 May 1872 - Samuel W. House was born in Canada where he was once a watchmaker
1897
- 10 Jun 1897 - Joined the department

1899 - 19 May 1899 - He was promoted to Sergeant
1899 - 19 May 1899 - Was commended by the BOC for meritorious and effient police work
1900 - 29 Jan 1900 - Promoted to Round Sergeant
1900 - 22 May 1900 - Was commended by the BOC for meritorious and effient police work
1902 - 19 Apr 1902 - Was commended by the BOC for meritorious and effient police work
1912 - 05 Sep 1912 - Promoted to Lieutenant
1914 - 01 May 1914 - Promoted to Captain
1914 - 14 Aug 1914 - Promoted to Deputy Marshal when Deputy Marshall James Manning retired
1920 - 16 Aug 1920 - Retired from duty

 

 The Baltimore Sun Sat Aug 30 1902 72Click Here or the Above Article for Full Size Article

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POLICE INFORMATION

Copies of: Your Baltimore Police Department Class Photo, Pictures of our Officers, Vehicles, Equipment, Newspaper Articles relating to our department and or officers, Old Departmental Newsletters, Lookouts, Wanted Posters, and or Brochures. Information on Deceased Officers and anything that may help Preserve the History and Proud Traditions of this agency. Please contact Retired Detective Kenny Driscoll. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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How to Dispose of Old Police Items

  If you come into possession of Police items from an Estate or Death of a Police Officer Family Member and do not know how to properly dispose of these items please contact: Retired Detective Ken Driscoll - Please dispose of POLICE Items: Badges, Guns, Uniforms, Documents, PROPERLY so they won’t be used IMPROPERLY.

Copyright © 2002 Baltimore City Police History - Ret Det Kenny Driscoll

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