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Battery Chester was a reinforced concrete, Endicott Period 12 inch coastal gun battery on Fort Miley, San Francisco County, California. The battery was named in G.O. 194, 27 Dec 1904, after Maj. James Chester, 3rd U.S. Artillery, a U.S. Civil War veteran, who died 27 May 1903. Battery construction started for emplacements #1 and #2 in 1899, was completed in 1903 and transferred to the Coast Artillery for use 26 Sep 1902 at a cost of $ 165,919.39. Emplacement #3 was started in 1902 and was completed in 1903. All three emplacements were deactivated in 1943. http://www.fortwiki.com/Battery_Chester