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Barkhamsted in Litchfield County, Connecticut — The American Northeast (New England)
Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial
 
Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial Photo, Click for full size
By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
1. Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial
north side
 
Inscription.
[ north side ]
1776
The Tribute
Of The
People Of Barkhamsted
To The
Memory Of Her Sons
And Daughters
Who Fought To
Establish Defend And Preserve
The Nation
---
Erected 1897

[ lower plaque ]
World War II
Jespersen, Donald Jones, Edward E. Kaiser, Herbert J. Kelly, Harold M. Lauff, John Lavender, Charles Lavieri, Carmine E. Lavieri, Carmine R. LeGeyt, Charles H. Jr. LeGeyt, Henry A. Lemioux, Edgar Lemioux, Girard Loughlin, Bruce P. Lowe, Otto W. Jr. Macker, Harold Messenger, Alfred L. Miller, Gordon J. Miller, Reuben P. Jr. Moore, Robert F. Moringo, Steven Napolitano, Ralph R. Napolitano, William Nimke, Robert W. Parsons, Elmer Parsons, Leon Pastick, Richard Pease, Eudean M. Pease, Kenneth T. Pease, Robert E. Poat, Martin H. Pratt, William S. Raley, Mary L. Ransom, Kenneth M. Reitmeyer, John R. Roberts, Douglas E. Roberts, Laurence H. Jr. Rogers, Sherwood J. S. Jr. Rosati, Maurice S. Rowley, Walter A. Schlapak, Robert L. Schneider, Frank R. Schrey, Gus Slater, Frederick H. Slater, John Slater, Lawson Slater, Mary L. Spafford, Howard E. Sterpka, Michael Sterpka, William Sibley, Carlos R. Ullman, John E. Wilber,
 
Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial Photo, Click for full size
By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
2. Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial
north side lower plaque
 
Frederick Wolfinger, Clifford W. Wright, Chester Wright, Donald Wright, Erwin S. Young, Henry C. III Zilinek, John Zilinek, Milan Zilinek, Victor *

Korean War
Adams, Leland Adams, William H. Baxter, Richard Dietlin, Donald N. Doty, Kenneth W. Eddy, Stephen Hall, John E. Haynes, Floyd V. Haynes, Paul L.

[ west side ]
1812

War Of The Revolution, 1775 – 1783.
Adams, Richard Allen, David Alle, Joel Aleyn, Aaron Aleyn, Peletiah Jr. Andrus, Rehemiah Austin, James Austin, John Balcam, Elias Barber, Abraham Barber, David Barber, Ephraim Barber, Jacob Barber, Reuben Benham, Elias Bishop, Seth Blakeslee, Obed Burwell, Daniel Case, Abner Case, Amos Case, Elijah Case, Elijah Jr. Case, Ezra Case, Humphrey Case, Oliver Case, William Catlin, Abraham Chubb, Alexander Clark, Uzziel Cleveland, Rufus Collins, Nathaniel Cossett, Timothy Crane, Ebenezer Crane, Jeremiah Crane, John Darby, John Elwell, Joshua Frazier, John Ford, Cephas Fuller, Abijah Gaines, Moses Gilbert, Asa Gilbert, Theodore Gore, Thomas Griffin, Ezra Hart, Hawkins Hart, Howkins Hatch, Nathan Hatden, Samuel Hayes, Dudley Hayes, Seth Hays, Zenos Hitchcock, Oliver Hoskins, David Jr.
 
Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial Photo, Click for full size
By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
3. Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial
west side
 
Hough, Caleb Hudson, John Humphrey, Ambrose Humphrey, Solomon Ives, John Ives, Nathaniel Johnson, Jonathan Jones, Benjamin Jones, Benoni Jones, Israel Jones, Samuel Jones, Thomas King, Jonathan Langdon, John Lawrence, Bigelow Lee, David Lewis, Joshua Lewis, Nathaniel Little, William Mallory, Amasa Marsh, John Mentor, Daniel Merritt, Peter Merrill, John Messenger, Abner Messenger, Elijah Mills, Gideon Mintel, James Moore, William Moses, Ashbel Moses, Martin Moses, Seba Munson, Ephraim Munson, Medad Munson, Wait Newell, Riverius Newell, Solomon Norton, John Parker, Benjamin Parker, Benjamin Jr. Phelps, Abijah Pike, James Pike, John Priest, Aaron Priest, Darius Quamino, Humphrey Ransom, Peletiah Rexford, Joel Rexford, William Rice, Samuel Rice, Wait Richardson, Stephen Roberts, Judah Rockwell, John Rogers, Simeon Sanford, Strong Shepard, George Shepard, Joseph Jr. Shepard, Moses Slade, Abner Slade, James Spencer, Thomas Squire, David Tanner, Gideon Taylor, William Tuttle, Charles Tuttle, Hezekiah Upson, Saul Whiting, John Wilcox, Jehiel Willcox, Joseph Wilder, Ephraim Wilder, Gamaliel Wilder, John Wilder, Jonathan Wilder, Thomas Willson, William Wood, David Woodruff, Jonah


[ lower plaque ]
Korean
 
Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial Photo, Click for full size
By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
4. Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial
west side lower plaque
 
War

Holcomb, Ralph Jackson, Andrew Jones, Charles L. Legeyt, William H. Lodge, Richard * Loew, Robert Madin, Leon E. Moringo, Dominic E. Moringo, Stephen I. Phillips, Gordon J. Roberts, Arba Rowley, Charles I. * Roy, Joseph H. Schaefer, Norman J. Tiffany, Frank B. *
Vietnam War
Bedell, Rush M. Bishop, Mark C. Brunjes, Robert A. Cain, C. Richard Cappabianca, Michael V. Cappabianca, Frank J. Carrozzo, John K. Case, Carl H. III Cutler, Richard D. Day, Donald A. Day, Norman E. Dupont, Albert A. Dupont, Ronald A. Emmons, David R. Fairchild, Bradley A. Fenn, James R. Gagne, George J. Gagne, Marcel L. Gallup, Raymond W. Halsted, Kenneth A. Hart, James H. Heath, Raymond G. Hunt, Larry A. Jespersen, Peter H. Kittredge, Bruce W. Krassner, Scott D. Lavieri, Peter M. Lavieri, Joseph Malchiodi, Peter F., Jr. Messenger, Alan G. Miller, Jerome M. Parsons, David R., Jr. Pease, Judith K. Phillips, Jeffrey M. Puhalski, Thomas D. Pyne, Thomas J. Schoonmaker, William B. Schroder, Todd H. Schultz, Jeffrey W. Stadler, Paul W. Wright, Albert L. Wright, Lyman A., Jr. Yahne, Ernest W.
* Killed In Action


[ south side ]
1846

War of 1812 - 1815
Alford, Roman Allen,
 
Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial Photo, Click for full size
By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
5. Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial
south side
 
Guilford Allyn, Henry Allyn, Matthew Allyn, Peletiah Jr. Alvord, Zenas Andruss, Nehemiah Jr. Barber, David Jr. Bunnell, Joel Burwell, Enoch Burwell, Joseph Burwell, Leverett Burwell, Lyman Butler, Horace Cannon, Elijah Carrington, Stephen Case, Zopher Eggleston, James Griffin, Lomer Hayden, Moses Hays, Gaylord Humphrey, Manna Ives, Jesse Jones, Drayton Jones, Marquis Loomis, Lester Lowcroft, Ric Markham, Jesse Merrill, Newberry Moses, Barnabas Munson, Horace Munson, Russell Payson, William Pike, Harvey Priest, Anson Ransom, Peletiah Jr. Rose, Abner Rose, Francis Rose, Marcus Rose, Parker Shepard, Luther Slade, Joel Squire, Alvin Taylor, Edar Taylor, Steuben Whiting, John Jr.

Mexican War, 1846 - 1848
Armstrong, Joel Betts, George Ford, Alvin E. Hodge, Justin Roberts, John C. Shaw, Thomas Thorp, John M. Wright, Joel

[ lower plaque ]
Additional Names Of Barkhamsted Men, Soldiers In The Various Wars
Obtained Since The Dedication Of The Soldiers Monument Sept. 1897

War of the Revolution 1775 – 1789
Jones, William Clark Kellogg, Eleazer Perkins, Gideon Weed, Dan Tiffany, Timothy Wilder, Elijah
1812 to 1814
Parker
 
Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial Photo, Click for full size
By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
6. Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial
south side lower plaque
 
Noyes
1861 to 1865
Barrett, Andrew Augustus Case, Edward W. Case, Orville Jerome Gilbert, Asa Brace Gorman, Charles R. Hayes, Jerome Jones, Robert Wilcox Kibbee, Amos W. Kibbee, Seth Marshall Messenger, Horace H. Parkington, De Witt Rust, Norman M. Rust, Robert H. Shepard, John J. Snow, Lewis E. Tiffany, Bela Bentley Tiffany, Ephraim E. Woodward, Edgar M.
[ east side ]
1861

War Of The Rebellion, 1861 – 1865.
Alford, Alfred C. Alford, Fayette Alford, Warren Andruss, Franklin Atwater, Franklin J. Austin, Frank Austin, Theodore S. Barber, Theron Beecher, Edwin S. Beecher, Josiah H. Beers, Abel P. Blair, James F. Blair, Samuel M. Bollmon, Charles F. Booth, Elisha S. Jr. Bourke, William Brockway, Marcus Brockway, Theodore Burr, Charles Burwell, Aurelius M. Burwell, Egbert Burwell, George W. Bushnell, Huber Butler, Frank M. Case, Clayton H. Case, Edmund Case, Ellsworth Case, Lowell M. Case, Sheldon E. Cannon, Timothy B. Carter, George T. Carter, J. Warren Castle, Wayne B. Castle, Wilburn Chatfield, Benj. F. Clark, George H. Cleveland, Chester D. Cleveland, Henry E. Coe, Charles P. Coe, Nathan Cook, Albert Cook, Anson Cook, James Cook, Sylvester
 
Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial Photo, Click for full size
By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
7. Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial
east side
 
Cummings, James R. Curtis, George C. Davis, Franklin B. Deming, Watson H. Doolittle, Lemuel Doolittle, Lyman Drake, Hiram Drake, William Dunn, James Eggleston, Augustus Eggleston, George W. Elwell, Isaac Elwell, Joseph Fisk, Wilbur D. Gates, John Goodnow, George H. Griffin, Henry H. Guernsey, Anthony B. Hart, Charles A. Hart, Erastus W. Hart, Noah Hart, William H. Hatden, Nathaniel Hayes, Philip C. Hitchcock, John L. Hodge, Justin Hodge, Kosky Hubbard, Myron N. Hull, Charles Illmenser, George James, Prior L. Jeffrey, Cyrus Jennings, Jeremiah Karr, Peter Kinsella, William Lawrence Fogg, Nelson S. Lee, Bradley D. Lee, Edwin R. Lee, Henry B. Manchester, Jerome Marsh, Gaylord Marshall, James McDonald, Peter Merrill, Albert E. Munson, Horace D. Murphy, John Murphy, Thomas Parkington, George A. Pelton, James E. Perkins, Ruel W. Perry, Albert Phelps, Winthrop H. Pine, Charles H. Ransom, Melville V. Rexford, Henry A. Rice, Eli Rice, Levi Rice, Ruel S. Riley, John Root, George Alonzo Root, Henry B.F. Root, Orlow J. Root, Orville A. Rust, Cyprian H. Rust, Perlin N. Searle, Julius E. Shelley, Philip Squire, Hiram F. Stannis, James W. Tiffany, Orville B. Tiffany, William H. Tucker, William H. Walter, Andrew Weldon, Edwin J. White, Elijah White,
 
Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial Photo, Click for full size
By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
8. Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial
east side lower plaque
 
John J. Whiting, Joseph B. Wilson, Orville Wood, Henry Woodruff, Samuel E.


[ lower plaque ]
Spanish American War
Alford, Alfred C. III Ellison, John King, Charles
World War I
Adams, Julius F. Anstett, Frank Bevins, Frank V. Bevins, Russell L. Bills, Clarence E. Brazee, Charles P. Bunnell, Lester C. Burgess, Majorie Mccoy Church, Orville T. Cole, Forest S. Dew, Thomas B. Ginty, William Jackson, Edward Kibbee, Grant E. King, Charles King, Jessie R. Roberts, Laurence H. Roberts, Theodore W. Sage, Everett Schlapak, Edward Slater, Stephen N. Webster, Levi F. Willard, Rudolph H.
World War II
Adams, Ralph S. Anstett, Arthur E. Anstett, Charles Anstett, Clarence E. Anstett, Frank C. Jr. Anstett, Harry Anstett, Kenneth Anstett, Richard Baranowski, Vincent W. Barclay, James W. Baxter, Stewart Bernier, Earl P. Brady, Bernard J. Brunjes, Robert Buchardt, George Bull, Lawrence Bull, Perle Callahan, John G. Callahan, Robert D. Callahan, William J. Caso, Frederick A. Chatfield, Harry B. Church, Orville T. Church, Raymond B. Curtis, Harold R. Day, Charles L. Day, John D. Day, Robert R. Day, William J. Jr. Gagnon, Arthur J. Godsoe, John E. Hall, James A. Jr.
 
Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial Photo, Click for full size
By Michael Herrick, April 8, 2010
9. Barkhamsted Soldiers Memorial
 
Hall, Robert I. Hancock, Beverly W. Hanken, John L. Henry, Raymond W. Holcomb, Frederick Ingersol, Donald L. Ingersol, Robert E. Ingersol, Stanley N. Jacquier, Donald F.

 
Location. 41° 55.467′ N, 72° 57.935′ W. Marker is in Barkhamsted, Connecticut, in Litchfield County. Marker is at the intersection of Pleasant Valley Road (Connecticut Route 318) and Beach Rock Road, on the right when traveling north on Pleasant Valley Road. Click for map. Located next to the Barkhamsted Center Cemetery. Marker is in this post office area: Barkhamsted CT 06063, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 4 miles of this marker, as the crow flies. Hollow Church Bell (within shouting distance of this marker); Barkhamsted (within shouting distance of this marker); Barkhamsted Center Cemetery (within shouting distance of this marker); Squire's Tavern (approx. 1.6 miles away); New Hartford Remembers (approx. 3.2 miles away); New Hartford Soldiers Memorial (approx. 3.3 miles away); Riverton (approx. 3.8 miles away); Lambert Hitchcock (approx. 3.8 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in Barkhamsted.
 
More about this marker. The Soldiers Monument which was originally erected in 1897 at Barkhamsted Hollow. It was moved to this location at the Barkhamsted Center Cemetery about 1939 when the Barkhamsted Reservoir was built. With a recent update, the names of Barkhamsted war veterans from the Revolution to Vietnam are listed.
 
Credits. This page originally submitted on April 17, 2010, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page has been viewed 2,493 times since then. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. submitted on April 17, 2010, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut.
 
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