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Wilmington Veterans Monument

 
 
Wilmington Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, October 4, 2009
1. Wilmington Veterans Monument
Inscription.
Roll of Honor
Dedicated to Those Who Offered
Their Lives in Humanity’s Defense in
The War of the Nations 1914 – 1918
And in Memory of Those Indicated
Here by Gold Stars, Who Gave Their
* Last Full Measure of Devotion *

Charles E. Allen • Harold G. Allen • Giovanni B. Barufaldi • Peter Barufaldi • Fred Bass • Glenn W. Bassett • John Burtasket • Arthur F. Blaine • * Ernest Boyd • Hiram N. Boyd • Oscar B. Carter • Nick Cassone • Earle E. Colby • Lyndon L. Colby • George V. Corson • Harry E. Covey • Giocomo Cozzaglio • Harold W. Crosier S.A.T.C. • Joe Covelski • Guiseppe Delaini • Allen Doucette • Joseph Edwards • Herbert L. Fowle • Howard S. Farrington • Costanzo Formica • Marcus F. Gorham • Merrill K. Greene • Leslie E. Greene • Clinton M. Hall • Percy W. Haskins • Albert Hogue • Rufus C. Horton • Paul D. Jones • Philip F. Jones S.A.T.C. • Robert D. Johnson S.A.T.C. • Oscar Johnson • Ralph Kirkwood • Rosario Larizza • Chester M. Lavanaway • Joseph F. Lewis • Charles Luther • Julian Laveroski • Albert Little • Harry Leno • Mike Marshall • Ernest May • Patrick G. McCall • Harry W. McGowan • Ralph D. Medbury • Carmelo Minitti • * Harry D. Nelson • Lawrence W. Nelson • Guy E. Nido • Otto Nelson • Albert M. Pierigh • Harold G. Peebles • * Nelson E. Pickwell • Frederick
Wilmington Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, October 4, 2009
2. Wilmington Veterans Monument
J. Robare • Philip Roberge • Dexter H. Round • Ernest St. Pierre • Harry J. Smith • Eugene R. Sullivan • Guiseppe Superchi • Fred Simmons • Alpheus E. Shaw • Louis Tucci • Daniel Titcomb • Ralph B. Titus S.A.T.C. • Frank L. Titus • Lorenzo Tiani • Glenn E. Thomas • Fayette S. Vose • Horace A. Ware • Paul Waskey • Henry Wilcox • Peter Wimmelmann • Leon A. Wheeler • Horace G. Whidden


Navy

Leland L. Andrews • Byron N. Barlow • Archie Case • M. Newton Cuneo • Pliny G. Crafts • Joseph P. Gilbert • Karl P. Haskell • Ray C. Hicks • Walter B. Johnson • Peter H. McCarthey • * Lee W. Wheeler • Leo C. Wilder • Paul Whitman • Leonard Wallace

• Heroes of the Civil War •
Elliot Adams • Lucius Adams • Albert A. Allard • Edwin R. Allard • Albert Allen • David S. Ballou • William M. Ballou • Hardy G. Barber • James M. Bassett • Nelson Bellows • Charles G. Bemis • Julius Bordo • Charles S. Bowker • Charles S. Boyd • William H. Brown • Alfred S. Bugbee • Amasa W. Burt, Jr. • Dana P. Chandler • Asaph P. Childs • Brainard R. Childs • Jacob Clapper • Francis B.J. Clifford • George A. Coburn • Asa E. Converse • George C. Cooley • George Crawford • Albert L. Crosier • Harland P. Gudworth • Charles W. Cummings • Leonard H. Cummings • Daniel F. Cutting • George W. Davenport • Arthur C. Davis • Oliver
Statue in front of the Pettee Memorial Library. image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, October 4, 2009
3. Statue in front of the Pettee Memorial Library.
[ Inscription ]
In Memory Of
Our Country’s
Defenders.
Davis • Lysander Dennison • Joseph Zeddeo • David Dibble • James R. Dickinson • Henry F. Dix • John F. Dix • George R. Dodge • Joseph M. Edson • Henry O. Estabrook • Samuel S. Estabrook • Sidney J. Estabrook • George W. Farnham • John W. Farnham • Luther Flanders • Charles F. Fox • Martin L. Fox • Moses D. Fox • George W. French • Solomon Gates • Miron Gray • George H. Grimes • Milton C. Handy • Rollin E. Harris • George D. Harvey • Charles C. Haskell • Ephriam Haskell • Newland M. Haskell • Newell F.Haynes • John M. Holland • Frank A. Howell • Linus G. Hubbard • John W. Ingerson • Albert M. Johnson • Lewis H. Lamb • Cyron B. Lawton • Charles P. Leonard • Warren W. Mann • William R. Matthews • Warren E. May • Cyrus Partridge • William R. Peck • Ahaz Pike • Andrew J. Pike • Otis Pike • Michael Powers • Francis E. Ray • Cyren O. Rice • George A. Rice • Thomas Richardson • George Rose • Chandler M. Russell • Willard Russell • Henry D. Searles • John C. Sears • James H. Shippee • Leander L. Shippee • Sylvester D. Smith • Walter W. Smith • Francis W. Stearns • Clark P. Stone • Jason A. Stone • Mason A. Stone • Henry J. Stone • Timothy Sullivan • Lucius Swan • Elmer J. Titus • John H. Tooley • Andrew J. Vose • Henry W. Walker • Henry C. Ware • Jonas P. Ware • Loami A. Ware • Austin H.R. Watson • Chandler F. Wellman • Henry A. Wellman • John Welch • Stephen M. White • Danforth J. Whiting
Watering Trough in front of the Veterans Monument. image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, October 4, 2009
4. Watering Trough in front of the Veterans Monument.
[ Inscription ]
Given in Loving Memory of
Lewis Porter Stone
Dec. 14, 1845 - - - Jan. 8, 1904
1906
• Charles Willis • Stephen B. Wing


• Revolutionary War •
The following persons, then residents of Wilmington, are
Mentioned in General Stark’s official report as being in
Col. William Williams’ regiment at the Battle of Bennington

Asher Alvord • Gao Alvord • Caleb Baldwin • Adnah Bangs • Jedidiah Bassett • Charles Bellows • Abram Boyd • Robert Boyd • Samuel Bridge • Calvin Bill • John Buck • Moses Buck • Samuel Buell • Roger Burchards • Lieut. Timothy Castle • Henry Chandler • Simeon Chandler • Jonathan Childs • Joseph Cook • Jesse Cook • Robert Cook • Barnabas Cushman • Daniel Cutting • Daniel Dickinson • Ozias Dix • Elijah Easton • Warren Esterbrooks • Jesse Fitch • John Fitch • James Flagg • Josiah Flagg • Stephen Forbes • Stephen Foster • Theophilas Foster • Nathan Fox • Watson Freeman • John Gibbs • Andrew Haskell • Thomas Haskell • William Haskell • Jonathan Hastings • Asa Havens • Abraham Haynes • Capt. Jonas Haynes • Reuben Haynes • David Jillson • Jonathan Johnson • Jonathan Lamb • Isreal Lawton • Jonah Lincoln • David Livermore • John Marks • Benjamin Metcalf • Isaac Miller • Capt. Judah Moore • Jesse Mooseman • Reuben Morgan • Samuel Murdock • Joseph Nye • Levi Packard • Dr. Jeremiah Parmalee • Calvin Perry • Daniel Rice • James Smith • Medad Smith • Daniel Stearns • Josiah • Reuben Stearns • Jesse Swift • Ephriam Titus • Samuel Thompson • Col. William Williams • Jeremiah Wheeler • Barni Wing • Jonathan Witt
Dedicated 1924

 
Erected 1924.
 
Location. 42° 52.068′ N, 72° 52.325′ W. Marker is in Wilmington, Vermont, in Windham County. Marker is at the intersection of South Main Street and Beaver Street, on the left when traveling south on South Main Street. Click for map. Located in front of the Pettee Memorial Library. Marker is at or near this postal address: 16 South Main Street, Wilmington VT 05363, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 5 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Crafts Inn (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); Elizabeth Page “Molly” Stark, 1737 – 1814 (about 300 feet away); Wilmington Veterans Memorial (about 400 feet away); 7 West Main Street (about 400 feet away); Lyman House (about 700 feet away); The Norton House (about 700 feet away); Stoyan Christowe (approx. 4.9 miles away); 1857 Schoolhouse No. 6 (approx. 4.9 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in Wilmington.
 
Categories. War, US CivilWar, US RevolutionaryWar, World I
 
 
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