Liverpool Daily Post 21 July 1916

Report in the Liverpool Daily Post 21st July 1916 regarding the death of Arthur Phillips

"Inspector A. Phillips, a well-known police officer in the New Brighton district for several years, has been killed. He was thirty-five years of age and a native of Malpas, had been in the Cheshire Constabulary for fourteen years, and was promoted from sergeant to inspector at the time of the borough incorporation of Wallasey. When the "Pals" were being formed he joined them with the rank of sergeant, and eventually became a company quartermaster-sergeant. Inspector Phillips, who was a most popular non-commissioned officer, leaves a wife and four children."

Liverpool Daily Post 21st July 1916

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