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Belvidere Area WWII Veterans

 
 
Belvidere Area WWII Veterans Marker image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, March 29, 2011
1. Belvidere Area WWII Veterans Marker
Inscription.
Erected As A Lasting Tribute To The Men Of The
Belvidere Area Who Served Their Country In World War II
Abrahamson, Beatrice Alexander, George M. Alfano, James J. Alfano, Joseph F. Alfano, Leon J. Anderson, Charles E. Anderson, Frank R. Andrews, Charles A., Jr. Baker Harry F. Belkin, Joseph W. Bell, Clifford L. Bell, Willard E. Berson, Arthur Berson, Saul Beveridge, Kenneth E. Beveridge, Leslie A. Beveridge, Ralph F. Beveridge, Russell D. Bielert, Leonard Bielert, Leonard L. Bienkowski, Eugene E. Bigley, Vincent J. * Billings, Harry C., Jr. Billings, Warren G. Birnbaum, Samuel Blair, John R. Bonazinca, Paul S. Boober, Delwin E. Bowers, Richard A. Bridgett, Robert P. Brown, Brainerd A. Brown, Stanton P. Buccheri, Francis S. Buccheri, Thomas W. Bunce, George W. Byer, Seymour Cadrain, Robert A. Campbell, Frederick P., Jr. * Campbell, John H. Campbell, Richard Carino, John W. Carino, Joseph J. Carlin, William S. Carlson, Clifford A. Carlson, Paul R.W. Carroll, James Carroll, James J. Carroll, John Casperson, Roland C. Cazzetta, Vincent C. Chester, Louis L. Chester, Martin Chiarenza, Joseph Christenson, Allan C. Christenson, C. Richard Clark, Manuel B. Coats, Robert L. Cochran, George H. Conlin, John L.,
Belvidere Area WWII Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, March 29, 2011
2. Belvidere Area WWII Veterans Monument
Jr. Conlon, Francis J. Convey, Roger W. Coppola, Nicholas F. Corzon, John V. Coscina, Frank J. Cowles, Clifton L. Crouse, Monroe H.D. Crouse, Raymond S.D. Crowley, Joseph, Jr. D'Addabbo, Dominic A. D'Addabbo, Michael P. Dagnall, Harold E. Dagnall, Joseph J. Dahlgren, K. Oscar Dailey, Gerald E. Dailey, John F. Dailey, William J. Day, Arthur S. Day, Robert A. Dennis, George Desena, Paul Didonno, Andrew J. Didonno, Vito Di Loreto, Salvatore Di Pietro, C.J. Dobkin, Harold Donahue, Dillon D. Dorfman, George Dorfman, William B. Dorsey, Robert R. Driscoll, Douglas J. Dunn, Albert D. Dunn, Charles R. Edelstein, Harvard Edstrom, Carl F. Edwards, John Ellsworth, Howard S. Erickson, Richard E. Evans, John L. Feeley, John T. Fichman, Milton Fisher, Herman P. Fitzgerald, Joseph W. Flood, Irene I. Flynn, John J. Francolino, Peter P. Frederickson, Walter I. Gaffney, James J. Gagliardi, Anthony Gagliardi, Carmine Gagliardi, David Gagliardi, Joseph Gardner, James, Jr. Gingras, Arthur Gingras, George Gingras, Raymond * Gingras, William J. * Ginsburg, Hyman Glabau, Donald W. Glabau, Ernest R. Glabau, William E. Gordon, Merwin J. Graff, Herbert Granquist, Nels, Jr. Gravitch, Albert * Greene, James W. Greene, Raymond P. Griffin, John J. Grubstein, John E. Gugel,
Belvidere Area WWII Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, March 29, 2011
3. Belvidere Area WWII Veterans Monument
Charles J. Haines, Robert H. Hanford, Richard L. Harper, Louis E., Jr. Harris, Richard D. Hamilton, William C. Hatch, Donald L. Haugh, Robert J. Hayes, John E. Hayes, Matthew J. Hayes, Robert D. Haze, Edmund S. Haze, Theodore Herskowitz, Sidney J. Hewitt, Carl T., Jr. Hinchliffe, John C. Hine, Albert C., Jr. Hine, Thomas W. Hjerpe, Carl W. Hjerpe, Norman F. Hobart, Merrill S. Hoffman, Leon N. Hoffman, William M. Hollander, Frederic P. Hollfelder, John F. Honeyman, Merton S. Hoppe, Henry R. Horwitz, Raymond Hotchkiss, Gilbert R. Hotchkiss, Laura L. Hotchkiss, William C. Hovanessian, Bagdassar Hull, William G. Hynes, William J. Jackaway, Harry N. Jackson, Eleanor M. Jackson, William H. Jackson, William R. Jartman, Nathan M. Jobert, Arthur H. Johnson, Kenneth I. Johnson, Russell H. Johnson, Samuel A. Jones, Donald A. Jotkowitz, Max Joyner, Ernest H. Kaiser, Harrison J. Kenny, Mary R. Kilfoil, Thomas F. Kitson, John C. Kloskowski, Joseph A. Kochol, Carl Kowalski, Stephen J. * Krakowiak, Henry J. Krom, Edward J. Krom, Milton L. Kufta, Andrew Kufta, August Kufta, William Kulak, Joseph F. Landgren, Robert W. Lang, Harold Lang, Kenneth Lang, Ralph Larson, William Lascinski, Charles Lasher, Edwin B. Latina, Joseph T. Le Cranier, Albert Leone, Paul L.
John Campbell Square image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, March 29, 2011
4. John Campbell Square
Lessing, F. James Lexton, Roman J. Lipman, Maurice E. Lipman, Nathan Litter, Leo D. Loomis, Donald C. Lukas, Joseph Lundin, Rodman N.R. Mackiewicz, Norman Maleynsky, Joseph J. Marholin, Arnold Marholin, Herman Marholin, Maurice Markowski, Leo Marsh, David B. Marsh, John M. Martin, Buell S. Massaro, Dominic V. Matulis, Joseph J. McBain, Robert W. McCarthy, Charles F. McGrail, Joseph A. McGuire, John S. * Mildrum, Charles A. Miller, Richard E. Mix, Irene B. Monkiewicz, Dorothy M. Moore, Richard H. Morelli, Pilade A. Moretti, Guido Morley, Harold L. Morrell, Harold W. Morrell, Ord J. Moseley, John F. Munson, Arthur E. Nagle, Charles H. Nelson, Alvin W. Nelson, Wesley L. Nestor, George J. Nixon, L. Richard O'Day, John P. O'Day, Thomas J. Ohlsen, Allan L. Ohlsen, Donald C. Ohlsen, Theodore G. O'Keefe, John E. Olesak, Frank Olesak, Josef Olesak, Paul Onanian, Harold N. Onorato, James J. Orioli, August J. Orioli, George A. Orioli, Lawrence Ormsby, William Parise, Anthony Parlato, Harry A. Parsons, Hilmer E. Parsons, John Parsons, Roy C. Pascoe, Edith I. Penta, Victor Pepe, Carl J. Pepe, John A. Peruzzi, Angelo Peterson, Raymond G. Peterson, Roy A. Pezzoni, Joseph R. Philippe, Robert C. Pierson, George B. Powers, Edward F. Powers, Richard Powers, Robert D. Pulek, Leo S. Pullen, Richard W. Pullen, Richard W., Jr. Rapp, Robert C. Reynolds, Richard Ripple, Elmer G. Ripple, Roland H., Jr. Roden, George W. Rogala, Victor M. Rogerson, Wesley L. Rones, Fred * Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roseman, Bernard Roseman, Sidney Sadowski, Albin E. * Sawyer, Bertrand K. Schlighting, Ruth Schroeder, Richard J. Schur, William Seledyn. Eugene Settembrino, Umberto Shea, Gertrude Shea, James Skinner, Dwight, Jr. Skinner, Gordon S. Smigrodzki, John Smith, Barton C. Smith, Charles T. Smith, Delbert E. Smith, James F. Smith, Thomas J. Smith, William T. Snyder, Philip R. Solomon, Jack S. Solomon, Louis S. Spalter, Henry Spalter, Samuel Sperry, Morris N. Spurgeon, Robert Srogi, John Starzcyk, George Starzcyk, Stanley Stein, Edward E. Stevens, Charles E., Jr. Stevens, Lester F. Storey, Joseph L. St. Thomas, Edward L. St. Thomas, Robert L. Sulliman, George S. Swanson, Olga C. Taricani, Edwin J. Taylor, John B. Tracy, Robert R. Tucker, Raymond H. Tully, Alfred H. Tykson, Lawrence M. Uryga, Edmund Uryga, Louis Varsell, Earl W. Varsell, Kenneth O. Wade, Calvin T. Wallis, Edwin W. Warzocha, Walter F. Weinberg, Miles D. Westerman, William Whalen, William A., Jr. Williams, Robert C. Yannell, Nunzio Zeigler, Donald D. Zeigler, Edward F. Zeigler, Henry J., Jr. Zeigler, William F. Zink, James R. Zink, Reginald J.
 
Location. 41° 41.08′ N, 72° 46.045′ W. Marker is in New Britain, Connecticut, in Hartford County. Marker is at the intersection of Stanley Street and Hillcrest Avenue, on the right when traveling north on Stanley Street. Click for map. Located in John Campbell Square. Marker is in this post office area: New Britain CT 06053, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Brig. Gen. John Patterson House (approx. 0.3 miles away); Sulliman Memorial (approx. half a mile away); Honored Veterans Walk With God (approx. 0.6 miles away); Lorenzo Deming (approx. mile away); Fairview Cemetery (approx. mile away); I Have A Dream (approx. 0.8 miles away); George Washington Bicentennial (approx. 0.9 miles away); Captain Brian S. Letendre (approx. 0.9 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in New Britain.
 
Categories. War, World II
 
 
Credits. This page originally submitted on , by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page has been viewed 1,526 times since then and 36 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4. submitted on , by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016.
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