Sep 26, 2015 5:31 PM
CONCORD - Some of the Granite State's bravest were honored Saturday after losing their lives decades ago in the line of duty.
The names of three firefighters have been added at the Fallen Firefighters Memorial outside the state fire training facility in Concord.
A ceremony including various speakers and a color guard presentation was held in their honor.
The three deaths were discovered through research.
Two of the fallen, Ernest Robbins and Vernon Eastman, served on the Swanzey Fire Dept. and were killed in 1935.
The name of Roland G. Morrisette of Chester was also added. Morrisette died in 1964.
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