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Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument

 
 
Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, June 24, 2010
1. Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument
Inscription.
[ left plaque ]
Korea
Ablondi, Bruno Augenblick, Ira Baker, Philip T. Brown, Robert A. Caputo, Louis Cervene, Sam J. Cook, Jr., Henry Wm. De Freese, Samuel W. De Groat, Roland Duhaime, Louis S. Freytag, Peter D. Flotard, Raymond Herring, William Hirshberger, Alex Horn, Charles Keenan, Gregory Laydon, Robert Lucas, William H. Mackey, John R. Mc Grath, Edmund North, Norman P. Osborne, James Smith, James N. Tyrell, Stanley Van Dunk, William

[ center plaque ]
World War II
Abrams, Robert L. Allen, Edward Allison, Walter H. Amory, Edward Andrews, John R. Arrance, Edwin S. Attena, Louis F. Avery, William H. Backelin, Walter Ballard, Charles Barnes, John W. Barrett, Charles W. Bates, Robert T. Baumeister, Raymond Beedon, John W. Bolford, Charles Bollinger, J. Newton Boorman, Stanley H. Boyajy, Henry Bradner, Vincent J. Brown, James Brown, Sylvester O. Jr. Bunting, Wilmar C. Burleigh, Philip T. Burleigh, Richard C. Jr. Byrne, John B. Cameron, Alexander Cardillo, Joseph P. Carnochan, Governeur M. Carnochan, Governeur M. Jr. Christian, Claude Clark, George W. Clark, John H. Coe, Robert W. Collins, John H. Collins, Richard R. Conklin, Robert C. Conlon,
Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument Marker image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, June 24, 2010
2. Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument Marker
William H. Covati, Joseph F. Cox, Howard L. Jr. Crandall, William C. Coyne, William M. Daniels, Joseph D. De Bevoise, William E. Dec, Alexander Delloro, Joseph A. De Longis, Vincent Del Regno, Victor R. De Patto, Louis A. Dick, Frederick W. Dingman, Benny L. Doane, Paul Dornburgh, Edmund Dowd, Robert J. Drab, Alexander Drake, James E. Ducey, John J. Dunn, Herbert B. Ealins, Archie Earl, William S. Easton, John J. Edwards, Donald Edwards, Walter Elenel, Amsy Ellis, Melvin T. Elmendorf, Fred Fairbairn, Seton H. Ferracane, Anthony W. Fournier, Richard E. Frost, Gerald W. Galgano, John J. Galowski, Edward J. Jr. Gassner, Hugh J. Jr. Gdula, Andrew Gere, Edwin E. Goehring, Valentine J. Jr. Goswick, Jesse O. Gotcher, Harold C. Grant, Wallace E. Green, Ralph Greene, Frank A. Jr. Griffin, Daniel J. Grosulak, Peter Hadden, Harold B. Hague, Raymond F. X. Halgren, Alex J. Handelman, Irwin Haring, Bernard F. Harrigan, Gerard J. Harty, Willard Hecht, Frederick Heck, Charles Herdman, Walter L. Higinson, Vaughn L. D. Hirsch, David J. Hoffman, John R. Hogan, Dennis Jr. Hoke, William B. Horn, Robert Huott, William D. Hurd, Donald W. Ingram.Ed L. Jasinski, Vincent Johnson, Clayton L. Johnson, Kenneth E. Johnson, Kenneth R. Jones, James Jones, Louis E. Jordan,
Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, June 24, 2010
3. Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument
Inn front of this monument is the Rockland County Veterans Monument
Edward H. Kearsing, Donald R. Keenan, Richard J. Keleher, Clarence Kelley, John J. Kelley, Leo E. Kelly, Edward L. Kerchman, Theodore Kinsman, William P. Kleiber, Alfred G. Klein, John R. Knight, Howard M. Kwiecinski, John W. Lawrence France, T. R. Jr. Lagois, Fred G. Lang, James W. Langer, Peter Lawrence Polla, Mark O. Lawless, Vincent G. Lawrence, George H. Leonard Clair, Alfred J. Lee, Francis X. J. Lee, Ivan R. Lentz, Robert J. Lewis, Charles R. Linguanti, Vincent S. Lipman, Walter Lovett, Wendell H. Mackey, Joseph F. Jr. Malone, Charles M. Manghu, Dwight Maresca, George M. Marisco, Anthony T. Mc Candless, C. Jr. Mc Cullough, Jack R. Mc Dermott, W. R. Jr. Mc Guire, Russell E. Mc Hugh, Russel Mead, George J. Melnick, John Merrick, William E. Meyer, William A. Milks, Donald Miller, Clarence I. Miller, Robert S. Misch, Anthony Mitchell, Herbert Moran, James T. Morgan, Norman R. Morris, Charles B. Muller, Charles G. Mulrain, Harry Nagle, Eugene J. Nappo, Anthony J. Newell, Roger V. Olofson, Eric T. Ortiz, Robert I. Osborne, James Owen, Arthur J. Paul, Henry C. Jr. Picariello, R. P. Jr. Pilgrim, Howard D. Pinto, George J. Polhemus, Willis Prato, Leo J. Pytlok, Karlo P. Retz, George J. Ritchingo, James W. Roach, Billy Joe Robbins, Harry E. Jr. Rose, George E. Ross, Charles Sr. Ross, Deane L. Rotundo, Lawrence J. Rowan, Ogden W. Russo, William Ryder, Donald J. Samson, Harry Schnell, Harold Schwartz, Israel Scolaro, Peter F. Seyeller, Guy L. Shankey, Joseph I. Shea, Mortimer G. Shuart, Percy W. Silberstein, Henry A. Dr. Simenovsky, Sol Skerry, William H. Slater, Clifford F. Smith, Alexander Smith, Marvin Sneden, Arthur P. Stecz, Joseph M. Steiner, Emanuel F. Steiner, Joseph Stevens, Timothy D. Stoughton, Homer R. Sutherland, Thomas A. Swintek, Walter J. Tasman, Donald R. Taylor, Fred M. Jr. Thompson, George C. Travitz, Harry Tucker, Arthur B. Van Cott, Peter Van Houten, Homer H. Velie, Jack W. Voroniesk, Alexis Vranisky, Joseph P. Warner, Charles H. Weigand, Robert Wenzel, Charles W. Wheeler, Crawford Jr. Wiebicke, Hugo P. Wilding, George H. II Williams, Robert E. Jr. Wilson, Russell A. Wisner, Emanuel Wonzel, Charles W. Wood, Andrew Wysocki, Joseph B. Zeller, Robert F. Zomerowitz, Louis

[ right plaque ]
Vietnam
Ahlmeyer, Heinz Jr Andrews, Walter E. Jr Bates, Robert M. Bauer, Robert E. Berntsen, Robert Brooks, Andre M. Broquist, Stephen A. Brown, Richard C. Brush, Richard B. Burris, Frederick Conklin, Bernard Conklin, Joseph P. Conlin, Peter E. Daniel, Andrew J. De Meola, Raymond W. Dorsey, William T. Faldermeyer, Harold J. Garrison, William L. Gillies, James F. Hagan, Robert A. Jr Hartz, Joseph E. Horton, John M. Jr Jacaruso, Frank Kaufman, Harold J. Keith, Kenneth A. Kernan, Michael R. Kile, John T. Krashes, Harold D. Lifrieri, Paul J. Margro, James A. Morina, Anthony J. Muntz, Gerald D. McGovern, Michael D. Natale, Patrick H. Parker, James E. Paquin, Paul E. Jr Rakentine, Kenneth C. Rose, Lawrence O. Schettig, Robert S. Shellito, Walter C. Spruill, James P. Stonehouse, Alfred L. Trojahn, Darrell C. Turner, William R. Jr Witzel, Robert C. Woodrum, John J.
 
Location. 41° 8.819′ N, 73° 59.409′ W. Marker is in New City, New York, in Rockland County. Marker is at the intersection of South Main Street (County Route 29) and Congers Road, on the right when traveling south on South Main Street. Click for map. Located in front of the Rockland County Court House. Marker is at or near this postal address: 1 South Main Street, New City NY 10956, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 2 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Rockland County Veterans Monument (here, next to this marker); Rockland County Law Enforcement Memorial (within shouting distance of this marker); Rockland County Court House (within shouting distance of this marker); In Grateful Recognition (within shouting distance of this marker); New City World War I Monument (within shouting distance of this marker); Collyer Farm Pond and New City Park (approx. 0.8 miles away); Martinus Hogenkamp Cemetery (approx. 0.9 miles away); Blauvelt Homestead (approx. 1.7 miles away but has been reported missing). Click for a list of all markers in New City.
 
Categories. War, KoreanWar, VietnamWar, World II
 
 
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