Johnson in Lamoille County, Vermont — The American Northeast (New England)
Town of Johnson World War and Spanish War Honor Roll
Photographed By Steve Stoessel, September 21, 2019
1. Town of Johnson World War and Spanish War Honor Roll
Town of Johnson World War and Spanish War Honor Roll. .
Honor Roll Erected by the Town of Johnson In Grateful Appreciation of the Services Rendered by Her Citizens to Their Country During The World War. 1917-1919. Wallace A. Atwell . ★Howard L. Bailey . Delbert T. Dubray . C. Gordon. Emerson . Mark W. Patch . M. Pearllloyd . George Ryan . Bertron B. Hunt . ★Jason S. Hunt . Harvey B. Baraw . ★Constant E. Emerson . William F. Emery . Harry M. Jacobs . Earl J. Kneeland . Karl W. Kneeland . Ray Kneeland . ★Clifford M. Leland . Ernest J. Mcdonald . Frederick M. McGinnis . Ithamer L. Sweet . William Manchester . John Sweet . ★Leon P. Marcy . James B. Miller . Wilbur L. Barrows . Harry R. Bashaw . Aram A. Bigelow . Ralph W. Stearns . Albert H. Stiles . Clayton B. Stinson . Chester Fairbanks . Erwin W. Fletcher . J. Grover Fletcher . Roland R. Bradford . W. Allen Fletcher . Aldrean N. Boyer . Gailon H. Stinson . Irving Sweet . Eugene Byrnes . Robert S. Fuller . Cleon M. Cleary . Ward H. Cleary . Atwood Fullington . Guy H. Fullington . Lloyd H. Fullington . Cornelius E. Coleman . Walbridge B. Fullington . Gaylord A. Munn . Harold R. Gonya . Ralph H. Sweet . Winifred Sweet . Homer J. Coan . Bradley A. Thomas . Edward C. Dahlke . ★Ralph C. Nye . Richard C. Nye . Ezra W. Paladee . Harold R. Parady . T. Howard Waterman . Gaylord R. Westover . Merle H. Davis . Francis G. Goodrow . Howard P. Hill . Sabin P. Hodges . ★Pearl H. Davis . George D. Whitney . Chester Derby . Frederick W. Derby . Willis R. Hoisington . Lee H. Doty . Harold Wilkinson . Raymond C. Willey . Carrol Patch . Clarence A. Patch . Erle R. Holmes,
Spanish War. Perley U. Mudgett . Glen W. Raymond . C. Albert Leland . Elton C. Holmes . Benjamin Butler . Elmer E. Hill ★Died In Service . This memorial is in Johnson in Lamoille County Vermont
Erected by the Town of Johnson
In Grateful Appreciation of the Services
Rendered by Her Citizens to Their Country
During The World War. 1917-1919
Wallace A. Atwell ★Howard L. Bailey Delbert T. Dubray C. Gordon. Emerson Mark W. Patch M. Pearllloyd George Ryan Bertron B. Hunt ★Jason S. Hunt Harvey B. Baraw ★Constant E. Emerson William F. Emery Harry M. Jacobs Earl J. Kneeland Karl W. Kneeland Ray Kneeland ★Clifford M. Leland Ernest J. Mcdonald Frederick M. McGinnis Ithamer L. Sweet William Manchester John Sweet ★Leon P. Marcy James B. Miller Wilbur L. Barrows Harry R. Bashaw Aram A. Bigelow Ralph W. Stearns Albert H. Stiles Clayton B. Stinson Chester Fairbanks Erwin W. Fletcher J. Grover Fletcher Roland R. Bradford W. Allen Fletcher Aldrean N. Boyer Gailon H. Stinson Irving Sweet Eugene Byrnes Robert S. Fuller Cleon M. Cleary Ward H. Cleary Atwood Fullington Guy H. Fullington Lloyd H. Fullington Cornelius E. Coleman Walbridge B. Fullington Gaylord A. Munn Harold R. Gonya
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Ralph H. Sweet Winifred Sweet Homer J. Coan Bradley A. Thomas Edward C. Dahlke ★Ralph C. Nye Richard C. Nye Ezra W. Paladee Harold R. Parady T. Howard Waterman Gaylord R. Westover Merle H. Davis Francis G. Goodrow Howard P. Hill Sabin P. Hodges ★Pearl H. Davis George D. Whitney Chester Derby Frederick W. Derby Willis R. Hoisington Lee H. Doty Harold Wilkinson Raymond C. Willey Carrol Patch Clarence A. Patch Erle R. Holmes
Perley U. Mudgett Glen W. Raymond C. Albert Leland Elton C. Holmes Benjamin Butler Elmer E. Hill
★Died In Service
Location. 44° 38.179′ N, 72° 41.085′ W. Marker is in Johnson, Vermont, in Lamoille County. Memorial is at the intersection of Lower Main Street W (Vermont Route 15) and Gould Hill, on the right when traveling east on Lower Main Street W. Located in front of the Town Clerks Office. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 293 Lower Main West, Johnson VT 05656, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Credits. This page was last revised on October 9, 2019. It was originally submitted on October 6, 2019, by Steve Stoessel of Niskayuna, New York. This page has been viewed 119 times since then and 13 times this year. Photos:1, 2. submitted on October 6, 2019, by Steve Stoessel of Niskayuna, New York. • Michael Herrick was the editor who published this page.