Staten Island in Richmond County, New York — The American Northeast (Mid-Atlantic)
Livingston World War II Memorial
Inscription. In honor of the
By Bill Coughlin, May 21, 2011
1. Livingston World War II Memorial Marker
Men and Women of Livingston
who served our country
in World War II
and in memory of those
who made the supreme sacrifice
Adams, Harold H. Adams, James B. Adams, Kenneth H. Anderson, George A. Anderson, James W. Barbes, John D. Barnes, Roger W. Beagen, John J. Bemis, Frank E. Bemis, Mary Louise Beves, John B. * Beves, Joseph H. Biddinger, Russell L. Bielenberg, Frederick E. Blue, Leonard A. Bowers, Harry F. Bowers, Walter L. Braisted, William A. Brennan, Lawrence P. N. Brennick, Edward J. Buehler, William E. Buttermark, Raymond H. Bux, Frederick W. * Byrne, Robert Hugh Cahalane, John P. Carew, Donald Paul Casey, Joseph Cohen, Walter Colbourne, James Collins, John J. Collins, Thomas F. Colquhoun, Harvey S. Colquhoun, Kenneth R. Connell, James P Jr. Connelly, Frank J. Jr. Conway, Robert L. Conway, Thomas J. Conway, William P. Cosgrove, Bernard T. Costello, William F. Craig, George T. Crane, Gerald J. Crane, John M. Crowley, Francis J. * Curtin, Robert E. DeLaet, Thomas J. Dodd, Charles J. Dooley, John C. Doppe, Lyle Driscoll, John A. Drubel, August C. 3rd Dugan, F. Duncker, Charles A. Jr. Egan, James Donald Egan, Joseph Vincent Ennis, John Lester Evans, Thomas J. Fahy, James J.
Fahy, James T. Ferrie, Charles A. Ferrie, George Ferrie, Thomas Finnen, Eugene E. Finnen, John Harold Finnen, Raymond Finnen, William T. Fogarty, James A. Foley, Arthur Anthony, Jr. Foley, Donald Timrod . Foley, Arthur E. Foley, John E. Foley, Joseph A. Fox, James Joseph Frank, Henry Carl Franklin, Gordon P. Franklin, Homer H. Gannon, Bernard M. Gannon, Frank S. Gargone, Harry Gargone, Vincent J. Giacorse, Anthony J. Gilbertsen, Edward Gleckner, Robert F. Grimm, Gerald A. Grover, Edmund S. Haley, Richard Haughton, Raymond F. Havens, Sanford C. Helberg, John W. Helt, William Henry Higgins, Herbert Hillis, Edward T. Hillis, James J. Hillis, John J. Hogan, Thomas Francis Hogan, Andrew Vincent Hogan, William B. Homer, William J. Horn, William G. Houghton, Bruce R. Houghton, Frank A. Hull, Gordon Jaeger, Herman F. James, John F. Johnson, Arnold G. Johnson, Arvid J. Johnson, Mary G. Johnson, Walter T. Johnson, William J. Johnston, Francis V. Jones, Fred S. Jones, Walter G. Kadin, Stanley S. Kaufman, Arthur Keenan, James P. Keenan, John J. Keenan, Joseph D. Keenan, Thomas J. Keutgen, David G. Keutgen, William A. Kinder, Frederick S. Kinder, Thomas S. Knighton, Walter B. 3rd Konovitz, Lawrence A. Lago, Francisco Lindenberger, Edward M. Lindenberger, Richard
By Bill Coughlin, May 21, 2011
2. Livingston World War II Memorial
W. Loutrel, Robert W. Love, Edward A. Lucia, Basil F. Lyon, Robert P. Lyons, Frank T. Lyons, John J. Lyons, Martin J. Lyons, Thomas J. Mackey, James P. Mackey, Joseph V. Mackey, John W. MacKnight, Charles G. Magnuski, Raymond Magruder, Dorothy T. Maher, James J. Mahnken, Adolph H. Mange, John I. 2nd Mange, Winthrop E. Jr. Margussen, Kaj Svend Marugo, Robert H. Massaro, Frank P. McAloon, Abram J. McAloon, Gerard B. McAloon, Herbert A. McGallion, James J. McGleary, William Meachem, Sydney James Meachem, William L. * Melofchik, Gerald J. Melofchik, Stephen Meredith, Walter L. Mullane, Dennis Jr. Mullane, Harold W. Mullane, Joseph F. Mulligan, Raymond T. Mulligan, William H. Mullusky, Rosemary Murphy, Robert T. Murphy, Walter Jr. Murray, Helene I. Murray, Herbert H. Murray, Edward J. Murray, James H. Murray, Joseph B. Murray, Robert A. Murray, William R. Myers, Robert F. Nigotra, Joseph Nolan, Charles A. Norton, Doris L. Norton, Francis J. Nugent, Harold J. Nugent, Jeremiah J. Nugent, Walter Olsen, Thomas H. Osterwald, Herbert H. Patterson, William J. Petersen, Vincent J. Phillips, Russell Picco, Carl A. Jr. Pitou, Maurice I. Jr. Pitou, Norman Stewart Polard, William S. Popovits, Edward E. Popovits, Rudolph A. Post, William G. Raisch, Henry W. Jr. Reilly, Frank T. Jr. Reinecke, Kenneth Seage Rose, Lyman G. Rose, Mortimer J. Rubenstein, Sol Scalia, Frank Scalia, John Scalia, Salvatore Schecter, Leonard Schell, Harry K. Schrader, George T. Seage, Walter J. Sheehan, James Sheehan, John T. Sheldon, Douglas W. Shilts, Allen Simmilly, Cyrus Squier, Walter J. Stella, Robert E. Stokes, William N. Taverner, Melvin Taylor, James M. Tellefsen, Gordon H. Tellefsen, Stanley Thompson, Frank W. * Thompson, William A. Thompson, Frank X. Thoresen, James A. Tooker, William E. Trancucci, Anthony Trancucci, Carlo P. Trancucci, Salvatore Trismen, Addison R. Tunney, Frank J. Valentine, Fernando B. Vennewald, Harold F. Ward, Daniel P. Ward, Francis J. Wedel, Frederick W. Weeks, Dustin G. Whalen, George P. Whalen, Richard V. Widdecombe, Revell A. Woldt, Arthur Jr. Woldt, George B. Wood, John A. Wood, Vincent J.
By Bill Coughlin, May 21, 2011
3. Marker on Staten Island
Location. 40° 38.722′ N, 74° 6.381′ W. Marker is in Staten Island, New York, in Richmond County. Marker is on Richmond Terrace east of Snug Harbor Road, on the left when traveling east. Click for map. Marker is in this post office area: Staten Island NY 10301, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 2 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. The Pelton House (approx. 0.3 miles away); New Brighton World War II Memorial (approx. 1.2 miles away); St. James Hotel (approx. 1.4 miles away); Burial Place (approx. 1.4 miles away); Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (approx. 1.4 miles away); Five Brothers (approx. 1.4 miles away); Founding of the Dutch Church (approx. 1.4 miles away); Sullivans Attack (approx. 1.5 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in Staten Island.
Categories. • War, World II •
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