EDWARD C. HAHN was born around 1893. He was appointed to the Camden Police Department in 1922, was promoted to Sergeant in 1923, and to Lieutenant in March of 1943.
Lieutenant Hahn was on duty at the Third Police District headquarters at 27th And Federal Streets, a short walk from his home at 3080 Mickle Street, when he was struck down by a fatal heart attack on April 2, 1944.
He was survived by his wife Minerva, sons Edward J. and William, and a daughter, Florence.
|Camden Courier-Post * April 9, 1930|
|CAMDEN COURIER-POST * DECEMBER 13, 1930|
|CAMDEN COURIER-POST * MARCH 21, 1932|
E. CAMDEN YOUTHS NABBED AS SUSPECTS
East Camden youths were a nested and held "on suspicion" early
yesterday when policemen said they failed to explain satisfactorily why
they were at Twenty-fourth and
Howell Streets at 1:30 a. m.
Sergeant Edward Hahn and District Detective Richard Donnelly made the arrest. The youths gave their names as Charles Bowers, 17, of 1024 North Twenty-sixth street, Henry Allhiser, 17, of 2415 Howell Street, and James Devenney, 17, of 1161 North Thirty-third street. They will be questioned today.
Camden Courier Post
|CAMDEN COURIER-POST - JANUARY 8, 1938|
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Colsey - Ralph
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Frank Evans - Gus Koerner - Edward Hahn - Harry Newton
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