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Patrolman James Lennon

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Patrolman James Lennon

22 Nov 1935

Patrolman Lennon Dies; Was on the force for 30 years

Turnkey at Northeastern Station Suffered Heart Attack Thursday

Patrolman James P Lennon, member of Baltimore Police Department for 30 years and a Turnkey at the Northern District Police Station for the last fourteen years died early yesterday after a brief illness

Patrolman Lennon's death followed a heart attack he suffered Thursday at 4pm while reporting for duty at his assigned station house. He was 62 Years old.

Survivors including his widow, Mrs. Mary M Lennon; two sons, Corp. James A Lennon, of the United States Marine Corps, and Harry P. Lennon, and a daughter, Miss Regina Lennon.

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End of Watch 22 Nov 1935
City, St. City, St.
Panel Number N/A
Cause of Death Heart Attack
District Worked Northeastern


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