Harry Creed

Harry Creed was a member of Gloucestershire Constabulary from 1912 until 1949

Page from Joiners Book 1912 with an entry for Harry Creed. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9015)
Record of Service. Harry Creed. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9014)
Record of Service. Harry Creed. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9014-1)
Record of Service. Harry Creed. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9014-2)
Record of Service. Harry Creed. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9014-3)
Members of Gloucestershire Constabulary who voluntarily joined the Army. (First World War) H. Creed (67). (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 80)
War service certificate awarded by citizens of Gloucester after the First World War. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 8921)
From Hilary Steel
This photograph was taken to mark the visit of Her Majesty the Queen to Stanway House on 14/8/1922. Officer 2nd from left is Harry Creed. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1554)
From Hilary Steel
Back row left to right: AT Voyce, Police Constables Hayward. Morris, Hyam, Detective Constable Hart, Police Constables Grinnell, Creed, Lodge, Inspectors Williams and AW Hopkins. Front row from left: Deputy Chief Constable Hopkins, Police Constables Willmott, Smith, Dobbs, Gladwell (capt)Crowther, Morse, Hicks Mayor CE Gardner. On the ground Police Constables Greenslade and Hancock. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 8933)
From Hilary Steel
Back row left to right; A. T. Voyce; Police Constables Hayward; Morris; Hyam; Detective Constable Hart; Police Constables Grinnell; Creed; Lodge; Insps Williams; A.W. Hopkins. Middle Row left to right; Deputy Chief Constable A. W. Hopkins; Police Constables Willmott; S. Smith; Dobbs; Gladwell; Crowther; Morse;Hicks; C.E. Gardner, Mayor. Front row Police Constables Greenslade; Hancock. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1283)
Harry Creed and bicycle before 1928 as that was when he was promoted to Sergeant. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 8934-1)
Police Constables Culverwell and Creed (Culverwell joined 22.4.1919 and Creed joined 22.4.1912. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2115)
The Gospel According to St John as issued to Police Forces at the start of World War 2. Issued to Inspector Harry Creed of Cheltenham. Foreword by King George VI. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2049)
Newspaper cutting about the retirement of Inspector Harry Creed. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 8931)
From Hilary Steel
Certificate of service for Inspector Harry Creed. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 8932)
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  • Harry Creed was my Great Uncle his brother was my grandfather.

    Harry was born in Pinchins Cottage Notgrove which is still standing today and has two descendants still living in Notgrove – myself and my brother.

    Nice to see his photographs here and to appreciate his police service record.

    By Anne Newhook (06/03/2019)

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