1932 Photo of St. Louis County Deputy Sheriff's standing in front of the old court house. Bottom row far left Chief Deputy Arnold Willimann.
1940 photo of St. Louis County Deputy Sheriff's in front of the old court house.
1945 photo of 5 deputy sheriff's on the show room of Sunset Ford located at Gravois and Lindbergh.
Joe Wohlschlaeger--Mr. Heutel (owner)--Bill Wohlschlaeger--Unk.--Louis Brown--Unk.
Bills retirement badge
St. Louis County
Badges and Memorabilia
St. Louis County Jail Prior To 1876
Sheriff Harold Hoeh congratulating Deputy Sheriff Bill Wholschlaeger on his retirement.
BADGES OF THE DEPUTY SHERIFF'S
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7" brass tag for the Sheriff's Vehicle
belonged to J.O.Sturdy
circus style lettering
belonged to J.Huckey
Special thanks to St. Louis County Chief Deputy Sheriff Laurie Main for her assistance
Louis C. Brown
Badge 380 issued by Sheriff Arnold Willmann in 1943 to Louis Brown. Lou remained on the sheriffs department until he was elected as the Marshal / Chief of Police for Valley Park, Mo. in 1950. He retired from Valley Park in 1986.
Ida James became a deputy Sheriff in 1940 where she was assigned to the jail section. Mrs. James retired from the county in 1960. Her husband, Richard James resigned as the Chief of Police for Valley Park, Mo. in 1937 and joined the sheriffs department as a jailer.
Badge belonged Ann Clark who became a deputy sheriff in the 1940's for St. Louis County, Mo.
Fred Horsfall was born in St. Louis County Mo. on November 11, 1912. He became a St. Louis County Deputy Sheriff in 1959. Fred retired from the county in 1979 and died in October 2005.
Thanks to Kirk Horsfall for the information and items about his father.