Taos in Taos County, New Mexico — The American Mountains (Southwest)
Battle of Bataan Memorial
Dedicated to the men of Taos County members of Battery H 200th Coast Artillery who died in the Battle of Bataan or its aftermath 1942
Lt. Gonzales, Reynaldo
Brink, Alfredo D. Trejo, Felipe Luhan, Jimmie Mares, Charles M. Santistevan, Thomas Trujillo, Charles A. Trujillo, Martin
Gonzales, Maclovio Sandoval, Arturo
Coca, Jose L. Cordova, Jose Hopkins, James A. Lucero, Lupe Padilla, Jake J. Gonzales, Telesfor Romero, Richard O. Aragon, Felix Concha, Fernando Cordova, Adonais N. Cordova, Feladelfio Garcia, Manuel J. Lucero, Gustavo Lucero, Jerry Lujan, Jose C. Martinez, Luciano Sandoval, Ambrocio Tafoya, Marcelo Mascarenas, Jose E.T. Cruz, Jose C. Miera, Moํses Mascarenas, Jose L.
In honor of those Taos County men, members of the 200th Coast Artillery who fought at Bataan, 1942
Bond, Dow G. ∙ Boyer, Jack K.
Capt. Vinette, Dallas P.
Boggs, Robert ∙
Mares, George ∙ Martinez, Juan O. ∙ Medina, Roberto ∙ Montoya, Teodoro J. ∙ Montoya, Onofre ∙ Romero, Jose M ∙ Romero, Santana ∙ Sanchez, Steve J. ∙ Trujillo, Armando B. ∙ Demebrera, Valdemar ∙ Garcia, Bud ∙ Garcia, Abedon ∙ Sanchez, Moises ∙ Sisneros, Anselmo ∙ Quirino, Romero ∙ Garcia, Ernesto ∙ Valdez, Eloy ∙ Garcia, Tomas ∙ Martinez, Antonio B. ∙ Vigil, Vicente ∙ Bubem, Ray ∙ Gomez, Vigelio ∙ Santisteben, Gustavo ∙ Montoya, Andres ∙ Romero, Eugenio
Erected by War Mothers Club
Erected by War Mothers Club.
Topics. This memorial is listed in this topic list: War, World II.
Location. 36° 24.426′ N, 105° 34.464′ W. Marker is in Taos, New Mexico, in Taos County. Memorial is at the intersection of East Plaza and South Plaza, on the left when traveling north on East Plaza. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Taos NM 87571, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. Veterans Memorial (here, next to this marker); Padre Antonio Jos้ Martํnez (a few steps from this marker); Historic Taos Plaza (a few steps from this marker); Don Fernando de Taos (a few steps from this marker); Historic Taos (a few steps from this marker); Don Fernando de Taos Plaza (a few steps from this marker); Hotel La Fonda de Taos (within shouting distance of this marker); Old Taos County Courthouse (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Taos.
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