Description: Martin Sugarman's list.George Isaac Abrahams, 25/2/43, Southampton – Abarham Carason 8/5/41 Liverpool– David Cohen of Grove Rd, Edgware, 3/1/43 - died Isle of Wight (Shanklin) Benjamin Gaidelman 18/7/44 Stoke Newington – John Goldberg 21/11/45 Battersea – Herbert B Golden 11/5/41 from Camberwell – George Goldschmitt/Goldsmith 16/4/41 killed Chelsea, from Finchley – Morris Goldstein 16/4/41 Stepney –Harry Greenberg 8/3/41 Stepney – Emanuel Gush 25/4/42 Exeter - Gilbert Hyman 3/5/41 Liverpool Leslie Walter Joseph Isaacs 16/11/40 Wandsworth –Leslie Alfred Jacobs 3/1/43 killed Isle of Wight Albert Levenson 5/11/41 Mile End Samuel Levy - Bristol 13/4/41 – Margaret Myers Stepney 8/3/41 – Sarah Osterer 17/4/41 Holborn – Jack Raphael Hampstead 20/6/44 Marice Sydney Rose Woodlands Road London, or Redhill, Surrey? Killed Bradford 11/12/43 – Frederick Salkeld Wandsworth 17/10/40 – Israel Schwartzberg Bethnal Green 29/8/43 – Ernest Adam Schneider Stepney 14/10/40 but not buried for a year - body found later in Bunhill Rd, Finsbury – Joseph Leonard Tobias Euston 17/9/40 – Philip Zagerman /Zagarman Stamford Hill 13/1/41–The (AFS) was first formed in 1938 in Great Britain as part of Civil Defence Air raid precautions. Its role was to supplement the work of brigades at local level. The Auxiliary Fire Service and the local brigades were superseded in August 1941 by the National Fire Service.Members of the AFS were unpaid part-time volunteers, but could be called up for whole-time paid service if necessary. This was very similar to the wartime establishment of the police Special Constabulary. Men and women could join, the latter mainly in an administrative role.