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Roxbury in Litchfield County, Connecticut — The American Northeast (New England)
 

Roxbury Veterans Monument

 
 
Roxbury Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, June 14, 2011
1. Roxbury Veterans Monument
Inscription.
The Town of Roxbury
Honors Her Sons & Daughters
Who Served During Times of War

World War I
John Francis Acton Percy Peck Beardsley John Milo Bolt John Grimes Butler Robert Callahan Harold Collins John H. Collins Richard W. Collins John Leo Daly Frank Emerson Francis J. Fanning Sherry E. Fry John Hersey Humphrey II Charles Ray Innous Hubert Oliver Johnson Harry Arthur Larson Dana T. Leavenworth Raymond Leavenworth Joseph Loretz Frank D. Lowitz Michael Mayer Allerton F. Meddaugh Raymond C. Meddaugh William James O'Brien Daniel Michael Ognan * Gregors Peterson Joseph Pokrywka Frank Retallick Thomas Retallick James Nelson Sanford Arthur F. Schmidthausler Charles M. Schmidthausler George J. Schmidthausler Charles Aquire James C. Vallely William Joseph Whalen
World War II
James M. Acton, Jr. * David A. Barker James McK. Beatty Jerome McK. Beatty Harold Beers John J. Berger Murray C. Bernays George W. Booth, Jr. Floyd R. Byington George A. Carlson David C. Clapp * Harold C. Collins Irving Comstock Donald K. Conway Neil H. Conway David D. Doyle Philip T. Coyle, Jr. Raymond D. Cummings George S. DeVoe Herman Peter DeWetter Albert D. Dickinson A. Richard
Roxbury Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, June 14, 2011
2. Roxbury Veterans Monument
World War I Plaque, World War II Plaque, Vietnam War Plaque
Diebold Henrietta Frantze Charles W. Frizzell Robert P. Frizzell Andrew F. Gardella Horace D. Gillette Roger W. Gillette Willis J. Gillette Everhard G. Graham William B. Hurlburt Bronislaw Kerski Arthur H. Larson Jackson M. Lewis * Paul C. MacDonald Zigmund F. Malinowski Charles P. Mathews William P. Mathews Joseph A. Miles Danforth Miller, Jr. Daniel E. Miller Edward R. Murkland Frasier McCann Russell F. McGovern Wilbur A. McIntyre, Jr. Edward T. O'Brien Howard L. Pettit Louis J. Pokrywka Theodore K. Dunn, Jr. Gustaf O. Rehn George F. Sander, Jr. Otis Slinn Donald W. Smith Arthur E. Spargo Douglas W. Spargo Grant Stafford William Stahl Leslie W. Thompson Peter Tripp Henry C. Trowbridge Frederick Van Deusen James F. Wagner John V. Wagner John B. Zealor William F. Zealor

[ north side ]
Vietnam War
Phillipp Bauman Eugene P. Berry Henry C. Booth Jr. Raymond L. Booth Brian W. Caldara Kenneth L. Cover Sanford M. Cser Douglas Cullis Daniel B. Decker George B. Dewey Douglas R. Earl * William F. Ericson, II Sven E. Ersson Cameron G. Gardella Gary W. Gillette Darryl Harrington Fred Harrington Glen Harrington Carl H. Hennen Francis R. Hodges Edward B. Hunter Elmer W. Hunter Michael B. Hurlburt David N. Hurlbut
Roxbury Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, June 14, 2011
3. Roxbury Veterans Monument
Vietnam War Plaque, Civil War Plaque, Revolutionary War Plaque
Garry L. Hurlbut George H. Hurlbut Manfred Lee Jr. James A. Martin Harold M Iller William H. Moyer Peter H. Murkland Timothy J. Nasturwich Roger V. Nelson Edward A. Perkins George W. Perkins Jr. Robert C. Rathburn Hugh J. P. Ripper Jr. James F. Ripper Alford H. Rowley Charles R. Smith Richard W. Solon Douglas S. Temple * Brian E. Tierney William F. Trowbridge Jacques P. Waldorf Donald L. Wheeler Leon H. Wheeler John O. White Jonathan A. White Michael V. White E. Robert Worthington William B. Young

[ west side ]
Civil War
Beers, Harmon Booth, Charles F. Booth, Henry A. Bradley, Edson Bradley, Ira S. Bronson, Jeremiah T. Clark, Cyrene M. Dixon, David Fenn, Robert L. Holland, James B. Hull, John D. Hurlburt, Charles H. Hurlburt, Roger L. Judd, Lewis Lake, George Nicholson, Cyrus T. Oviatt, John M. * Patterson, Charles Prindle, Cyrus E. Root, Edward A. Roswell, George Smith, William H. Squier, John J. Squire, Charles T. * Squires, Charles A. Stammer, Warden Thompson, Frederick Tracey, James Tyrell, Charles T. Walker, George R. Walker, William Warner, George W. Warner, Seth Wells, Henry Wells, John Whitehead, Bottsford Woodruff, John A. Wright, Charles Wright, John Booth, Ira M.
Revolutionary
Roxbury Veterans Monument and the Roxbury Center Cemetery image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, June 14, 2011
4. Roxbury Veterans Monument and the Roxbury Center Cemetery
War
Baker, Eldad Baker, John Baker, Phineas Baker, Remember Bates, Elias Beardsley, Thomas Blakesley, Isaac Blakesley, Jonathan Blakesley, Samuel Booth, Ashahel Booth, John Booth, Joseph Botsford, David Brownson, Abijah Brownson, Abraham Brownson, Thomas Buel, David Callahan, Thomas Canfield, Elisha Canfield, Thomas, Rev. Castle, Timothy Castle, William Clark, Benjamin Collins, Edward Down, David Dudley, George Dudley, Nathan Eastman, Azariah Eastman, Benjamin Elderkin, Jedediah Elderkin, Vine Flowers, Nathan Flowers, Nathaniel Frisbie, abiel Frisbie, Asahel Frisbie, Noah Frisbie, Noah, Jr. Gillet, David Hawley, James Hinman, Ephraim Hodge, Philo Hull, Ebenezer Hunt, Isaac, Jr. Hunt, William Hurd, Abner Hurd, Adam Hurd, Curtiss Hurd, Daniel Hurd, David Hurd, David,Jr. Hurd, Isaac Hurd, Lovewell Hurd, Moses Hurd, Noah Hurd, Samuel Hurd, Simeon Hurd, Simeon, Jr. Hurd, Stephen Hurd, Thaddeus Hurlburt, Abraham Hurlbut, Adam Hurlbut, Amos Hurlbut, Gideon Hurlbut, Gideon, Jr. Hurlbut, Joel Hurlbut, John Hurlbut, Robert Johnson, John Johnson, William Lacey, Ebenezer Lacey, Ebenezer, Jr. Lacey, Ezra Lacey, Thaddeus Leavenworth, Amos Leavenworth, David Leavenworth, Ebenezer Leavenworth, Gideon Leavenworth, John Leavenworth, Morse Malary, David Mallory, John Minor, Israel Mitchell, Seth Morehouse, James Newton, George, Jr. Norton, George Norton, George, Jr. Norton, John Austin Norton, William Olds, Aaron Painter, Deliverance Post, Abraham Reynolds, Hezekiah Reynolds, James Blakesley Reynolds, James Rumsey, David Rumsey, Nathan Rusco, Stephen Sherman, John Smith, Nathaniel Smith, Phineas Smith, Richard Smith, Robert Spring, Cato Squier, Thomas, Jr. Squier, Thomas, 3rd Tallman, Ebenezer, Jr. Thomas, Charles Thomas, Charles, Jr. Thomas, Ebenezer Thomas, Isaac Thomas, John Torrance, Joseph Torrance, Samuel, Jr. Torrance, Thomas Torrance, William Treat, Richard Trowbridge, John Wakeley, Abel Wakeley, Abiel Wakeley, Henry Ward, Macock Warner, Benjamin, Dr. Warner, David Warner, Ebenezer Warner, Eliphaz Warner, Gideon Warner, Thomas Warner, Seth Welch, Luke Weller, Thomas Weller, Zaccheus Wheaton, Roswell Woodward, Noah, Jr.
 
Location. 41° 33.735′ N, 73° 18.675′ W. Marker is in Roxbury, Connecticut, in Litchfield County. Marker is at the intersection of North Street (Connecticut Route 67) and Ranney Hill Road, on the left when traveling north on North Street. Click for map. Located in Roxbury Center Cemetery. Marker is in this post office area: Roxbury CT 06783, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 4 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Cadet Charles K. Hodge (within shouting distance of this marker); Roxbury (approx. 0.2 miles away); Col. Seth Warner Monument (approx. 0.4 miles away); Roxbury WW II Veterans Marker (approx. half a mile away); Mine Hill Preserve (approx. 1.3 miles away); The Orzech Family Preserve (approx. 1.3 miles away); Brian E. Tierney Preserve (approx. 2.5 miles away); Bridgewater WW I Memorial (approx. 3.4 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in Roxbury.
 
Categories. War, US CivilWar, US RevolutionaryWar, World IWar, World II
 
 
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