These social documents reveal not only sources, nature and frequency of fires, but also they often reveal tenants and owners of properties in and near to Lynsted and Teynham that may be of interest to family researchers.
|Date||Oct 9 & 10th 1934|
|Time of Call||9.30 am|
|Place||A. P. C. M. Murston|
|Description of Premises||Breeze Dump|
|Tenant||A P C M (Associated Portland Cement Manufacturer's)|
|Owner||A P C M (Associated Portland Cement Manufacturer's)|
|Estimated Value of Property at risk|
|Cause of Fire|
|Appliances and men Present||Motor Pump & Brigade|
|How Extinguished. Number of lines of hose used, and C.||800ft|
|General remarks as to damage, and c.||
Pumping 13 hours Stand By 2 Hrs. Oct 9th left Fire Station 9.30 a.m. Arrived 10 a.m. Started pumping 10 am to 4P.M. Left 4.30 PM. Oct 10th left Fire Station 10 am arrive 10.15 Started pumping 10.30 am to 4.30 PM. Left at 7.
|Signed||A E Ferris|
|No 84 of 100|